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Old Posted Feb 17, 2007, 2:41 PM
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Which is that building at the extreme left?


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Old Posted Feb 18, 2007, 8:38 AM
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This is cochin corporation office construction site.Pramod, I think U mean rightside building...

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Nice pics,Deepak!!!The building i asked about is the yellow one to the left of Namaste appts .

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Nice pics,Deepak!!!The building i asked about is the yellow one to the left of Namaste appts .
Its Abad's Marine Plaza
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Old Posted Feb 18, 2007, 1:16 PM
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Chk out Kochi in google earth.Looks like google has updated Kochi's map.
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Chamber offers help for land acquisition

KOCHI: The Kerala Chamber of Commerce and Industry has offered to help the State Government in conducting negotiations for land required for the proposed Metro rail project in Kochi.

http://www.hindu.com/2007/02/17/stor...1722240300.htm

The metro rail project is gaining momentum.
That's interesting . Kochi Metro looks set for a smoother sail.
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Vankarath Business Towers, Palarivattom.


They have hiked the building to 14 storeys now and it is construction works are nearing
completion.
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Ground Breaking Ceremony of Kochi LNG Terminal at Puthuvypu in Kochi

This news is from Petronet LNG's website...

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The ground breaking ceremony for the LNG terminal at Kochi was held on Monday the 29th January, 2007 at the site of Puthuvypu island in Kochi. The ceremony was attended by the local MPs, MLAs, State Govt. ofifcials and senior ofifcials of Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation and Cochin Port Trust etc.

The project consists of a Jetty, 2 storage tanks and the regasification facilities – unloading arms, two full containment type LNG tanks, vaporization system, utilities and off-site facilities. The gas will be marketed by IOCL, GAIL and BPCL and supplied in the States of Kerala, Tamil Nadu & Karnataka through a pipeline being laid by GAIL. The LNG Receiving and Regasification Terminal at Kochi would satisfy the enormous demand of natural gas for power, fertilizers, petrochemicals & various other industries in the Southern States. The company has completed various pre-project activities including clearances from statutory authorities.
The work for the boundary wall for 32 hectare of the project site has been awarded and will begin soon. The company has already received the EPC bids for the construction of the LNG terminal at Kochi and the work would be awarded by the end of March, 2007. The LNG Terminal will be commissioned by June, 2010.

The Company has identified consumers in and around Kochi for utilization of regasified LNG. All the pre-project activities including various on-shore and off-shore surveys / investigations, preparation of Detailed Feasibility Report and Basic Engineering Package, Mathematical and Physical Modeling Studies, Terrestrial and Marine Environment Impact Assessment Studies have been completed.

The Company has received Environment Clearance from the Ministry of Environment & Forest, New Delhi.
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Deepak!!
Thats good news.Now lets keep our fingers crosssed for the Gail's 7000 crore regassification and gas cracker plant.
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Delhi-Kochi-Delhi non-stop Indian flight from Feb 18
Pioneer News Service | New Delhi

National carrier Indian will offer a second flight between Delhi and Kochi from Sunday. The new flight would be a non-stop flight in both directions reducing the flight time from five hours to just three hours, an Indian release said. This is the first time air travellers in the country would have a direct non-stop connection between Delhi and Kochi.

The A319 flight IC 465/466 will operate on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, from Delhi and Kochi. IC 465 will depart Delhi at 1630 hours and reach Kochi at 1940 hours. The return flight IC 466 from Kochi will leave at 2020 hours, arriving at Delhi at 2330 hours. This would be in addition to the existing daily morning A320 flight IC 165/166 on the Delhi-Kochi sector via Mumbai, the release said.

As per the 'very special fares' being offered by Indian, an introductory one-way fare of Rs 3,000 (taxes and levies extra) besides the other attractive fares like unchecked fares and spot fares are available. Indian operates over 300 flights everyday to connect a large network of 54 domestic and 18 international destinations, with a fleet of 74 aircraft.
A correction, Paramount started first ever non-stop Delhi service from Kochi in 2005.
But Paramount has withdrawn from North India later on.
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Old Posted Feb 19, 2007, 12:26 PM
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Metrorail project would be a reality before the end of my term-Achumama

http://manoramanews.manoramaonline.c...6580&BV_ID=@1@

PS:-Achumama made this announcement today.After an exhillarating ride aboard the train of DMRTC with its chief Sreedharan.

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Really a glad news pramod,.. but present plan is from Aluva to Pettah only. It must be extended upto Tripunithura from Petta and upto Nedumbassery or Angamaly from Aluva..
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Seaport Airport Road and Technopolis...

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Old Posted Feb 19, 2007, 11:56 PM
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Ultimately the metro should have the following lines:

On a priority basis, the following should be the "roadmap"(sic) for the metro

1. Aluva-Pettah (Current project)
2. Kakkanad-Palarivattom to link up
3. Angamaly-Aluva extension
4. Pettah-Thiruvankulam extension
5. Kakkanad-Infopark-Irumbanam-ambalamedu extendion
6. Kacheripadi-Vypin-Paravoor
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Old Posted Feb 20, 2007, 7:47 AM
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You have missed Perumbavoor-Aluva link and Ernakulam-Eloor(Udyogamandal) link.The coop should also see if its feasible to establish an undersea link b/w vypeen,vallarpadam and Ernakulam.But the badly designed overbridge of north and south ( the major bottlenecks) are the ones which require immediate redressal.

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