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Tech27 launches Inspectron in India
KOZHIKODE: Tech27 Systems Ltd, a software solutions provider in Kozhikode, has launched its latest product, Inspectron, in India. Shreyas Koliyot, managing director, Tech 27, told The Hindu that Inspectron was being launched in Indian market after three years of successful implementation in the European energy industry.

Inspectron is designed to enable any industry to improve efficiency, productivity and cost-savings.

It is a powerful web-enabled inspection and reporting database system built with state-of-the-art technology software languages and programming protocols that can be customised to suit any specific situation or format.

The system incorporates the use of hand-held computers to allow paperless and instant reporting directly from the worksite through wireless technology. Aruna Sunderrajan, former Secretary, Information Technology, who is now Country Head for a UN project in Bangalore, lauded Tech27 for launching a product which she said was an event that always marked a milestone on the history of any IT enterprise.

"Indian IT industry has not developed many products. It has been doing body-shopping, generally speaking. Tech27 has launched a product. It is indeed a big achievement," Ms Aruna Sunderrajan, who piloted the State's Akshaya project and similar IT initiatives in Kerala as IT secretary to the Government, said at the launch function held at Taj Residency in Kozhikode.

Mr. Koliyot, a computer engineer from Aberdeen University in Scotland, said he got little support from his colleagues in the IT firm in UK where he was employed when he announced a proposal to set up business in Kozhikode.

But he had gone ahead with his plans since he was determined to prove that Kerala is the right place for IT industry. "Kerala produces sufficient trained manpower. It is the right place for an IT unit," says Mr. Koliyot.

A native of Kozhikode, Mr. Koliyot was doing only what senior members of his family had done in the past. Koliyot group, as his family business is known locally, had made its debut, setting up a grocery store on December 14, 1914 near YMCA on Kannur Road. Since then it has diversified into other business such as trading, manufacturing, plantation, retailing, construction.

Tech27 Systems, founded in 2002, has made a mark as a market leader in developing bespoke mobile and wireless application software.

The company's areas of expertise include mobile application development aimed PDA and Tablet PC, RFID applications; SAP development and integration; WiFi based asset tracking and advanced e-document management.

Tech 27 has started to diversify into product design, operational concept development and 3D-animation. Its expertise in the field of multimedia are in product design and development, virtual reality, character modelling and texturing, set modelling and texturing, special effects, 2D and 3D animation, engineering animation and architectural walk through.
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Project reports on roads presented





KOZHIKODE: Mayor M. Bhaskaran has said that the City Corporation will take steps to get funds from the Union Government to improve city roads.

The Mayor was addressing a meeting where the Kozhikode City Roads Improvement Project prepared by the Public Works Department and another project prepared by the Centre for Integrated Rural and Urban Studies (CIRUS) were presented on Friday.

Sabu K. Philip, consultant, Kozhikode City Roads Improvement Project, presenting the project said that 13 roads and two flyovers were proposed under phase I and II of this project at a total cost of Rs.400 crore. Consultancy study for the projects was carried out by a New Delhi firm. The third phase would cover work on seven roads. The entire project would be submitted for funding under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM).

The three roads under Phase I are the coastal road from West Hill Link (Butt Road) to Meenchanda, mini bypass from Meenchanda to West Hill, and the road from Mananchira to Vellimadukunnu. The flyovers are at Arayidathupalam and Eranhipalam.

The CIRUS report said that if the Corporation prepared a project for roads in the city, it could be submitted for Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns, which had a corpus fund of Rs.5000 crore.

The project report of the CIRUS, which did a study on widening of Palayam-Franscis Road as directed by the Calicut Development Authority, said the existing 12-metre road would be widened to 24 metres. The issue of 180 tenants and 85 owners of buildings and shops on both sides of the road have to be tackled.
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Pantaloon Retail opens fashion store


BANGALORE: Pantaloon Retail India, which opened its first Pantaloon fashion store in Bangalore at Sigma mall, Cunningham Road, has plans of opening 16 more stores by June 2006, to take the total to 30 across the country. Rakesh Biyani, Director, Pantaloons, said that there were 14 stores operating presently with investments up to Rs. 10 crores on each. Pantaloons would also be opening shortly in Mangalore, Belgaum, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Vishakapatnam, Coimbatore, Kochi and Calicut. Brands such as John Miller, Lombard, Bare Denim, F, Akkriti, Ajile, Trishaa, Honey, Annabelle and Chalk will be part of the festive collection.
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PEN GROUP RETAIL PLANS

On the retail front, Pen Group plans to develop a chain of 30 'Treasure Hunt' retail showrooms across Kerala in Kochi, Kozhikode, Thiruvananthpuram, Thrissur and Aluva.

Big real estate ambitions indeed from a small publishing company!


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Calicut & Kochi to host retail shows


Kochi, Sept 25: The Hyderabad-based business media firm, VIN Media, is organizing tradeshows and business sessions on technology adoption in Kochi and Calicut in November.
Being organised with an objective to showcase and educate small and medium retailers the advantages of technology adoption in streamlining retail business processes, cut costs and give better customer experience, the Retail Tech Shows are scheduled on November 15 and 16 in Calicut and November 24 and 25 in Kochi.
According to VIN Media, Not only that conventional retailing is declining, the small and medium retailers in Kerala, like their counterparts in other parts of the country, are also being challenged by large organised retailers setting up stores in all major cities and towns in the state. One of the proven survival strategies for small and medium retailers in this fiercely competitive retail business is adopting and using Information Technology to run their stores.
While big retailers in India have a strong IT backbone, Small and medium retailers are also realizing the importance IT and it advantages, feels Vinod Menon of VIN Media. IT is about enabling the retailer to serve his customers better and for customers, it's about getting faster, quality services and getting the fun out of shopping.
One of the favourable factors in adopting retail technology is availability of cost effective retail technology solutions developed by small technology companies in India. These companies have developed tailor retail solutions for the small and medium retailers. The commonly used retail technologies by retailer are point of sales machines & solutions, barcode solutions and retail software and related technologies.
For small and medium retailers to successfully adopt IT, it is essential that they investigate and understand IT and explore the right technology
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Natpac suggests steps for road development By Our Staff Reporter
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KOZHIKODE, APRIL 11. A report on Road Development and Traffic Operation plan for Kozhikode city, prepared by the National Transportation Planning and Research Centre (Natpac) in September 2004 and submitted to the City Corporation, has stressed that transportation and urban environment are linked with each other.

The study says that demand for transportation in Kozhikode has increased with urbanisation and increase in the number of motor vehicles plying on the roads. It also leads to traffic congestion on the roads, said N. Vijayakumar, Natpac team leader.

The resources for development at the disposal of the Corporation and other agencies are limited. So, in order to improve transportation facilities, compatibility should be maintained between the demand and supply of transport facilities within the town and environs.

Some of the improvement proposals include the shifting of existing bus stops to a minimum of 50 to 75 metres from the junction for smooth flow of traffic. The bus stops, which could be shifted are those at East Nadakkave on NH 212, MCC Bank on Kallayi Road, Pushpa Junction on Madhavan Nair Road, Chalappuram near the post office and Meenchanda on Bypass Road.

Setting up railing barriers and zebra crossings at Eranhipalam, East Nadakkave, MCC Bank, Pushpa junctions, guardrails at areas such as Malabar Christian College, Idiyankara HSS on Francis Road, West Nadakkave Government Girls High School are the other suggestions mentioned in the report.

Encroachments by roadside vendors at Palayam bus stand, English Church, I.G. Road, Bank Road-Mananchira footpath and Kallayi-Vattakinar Road should be avoided. The report stresses that the existing transportation facilities be utilised in an optimal manner.

A similar NATPAC study, `Comprehensive Traffic and Transportation Planning exercise,' was conducted in for Kozhikode in 1980-81.

The objective is to formulate short-term measures for traffic improvement and long-term road development plan.

The average journey speed with delay on National Highway 17, Indira Gandhi Road, Beach Road and Ram Mohan Road was found to be above 35 km an hour. It was between 30/34 km on the National Highway 212, Karaparamba-Kakkodi Road and Court Road.

On the arterial roads such as M.M. Ali Road, Pavamani Road, Malabar Christian College Road, YMCA Cross Road, Rajaji Road and Cherooty Road the journey speed during the peak hour was less than 20 km an hour.

Traffic volume


The analysis of traffic volume showed that of the 91,726 vehicles, more than 36 per cent were two-wheelers followed by cars and jeeps (22.4 per cent). Goods vehicles including goods autos comprised 16 per cent
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KOZHIKODE: Mayor M. Bhaskaran has said that the City Corporation will take steps to get funds from the Union Government to improve city roads.

The Mayor was addressing a meeting where the Kozhikode City Roads Improvement Project prepared by the Public Works Department and another project prepared by the Centre for Integrated Rural and Urban Studies (CIRUS) were presented on Friday.

Sabu K. Philip, consultant, Kozhikode City Roads Improvement Project, presenting the project said that 13 roads and two flyovers were proposed under phase I and II of this project at a total cost of Rs.400 crore. Consultancy study for the projects was carried out by a New Delhi firm. The third phase would cover work on seven roads. The entire project would be submitted for funding under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM).

The three roads under Phase I are the coastal road from West Hill Link (Butt Road) to Meenchanda, mini bypass from Meenchanda to West Hill, and the road from Mananchira to Vellimadukunnu. The flyovers are at Arayidathupalam and Eranhipalam.

The CIRUS report said that if the Corporation prepared a project for roads in the city, it could be submitted for Urban Infrastructure Development Scheme for Small and Medium Towns, which had a corpus fund of Rs.5000 crore.

The project report of the CIRUS, which did a study on widening of Palayam-Franscis Road as directed by the Calicut Development Authority, said the existing 12-metre road would be widened to 24 metres. The issue of 180 tenants and 85 owners of buildings and shops on both sides of the road have to be tackled.

It was totally unfair that Calicut was left out from JNNURM. Hope this will be rectified.
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PEN GROUP RETAIL PLANS

On the retail front, Pen Group plans to develop a chain of 30 'Treasure Hunt' retail showrooms across Kerala in Kochi, Kozhikode, Thiruvananthpuram, Thrissur and Aluva.

Big real estate ambitions indeed from a small publishing company!


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Interesting, Sanju. There is "treasure hunt" opened on MG Road couple of years back. Didn't know it was Pen group's !!
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ya i have seen it...dude now i am at kochi and used to pass thru the front of it..pen group has baught a building at bank road juntion to convert it into treasure hunt..i have seen ad's in kozhikode addition of news papers..the building is goin to be really impressive...
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kozhikode is not so called one million plus city tats y it was excluded...
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RAPID URBANISATION has called for the urgent need for stringently imposing the provisions of parking rules in Kozhikode city.

Crunch


Just like any other metros, civic authorities here are also facing the challenge to solve the acute space crunch in the city. Property boom and increase in vehicular population have contributed to this aspect.

Corporation officials say that property builders and real estates have been asked to comply with parking rules during construction.

However, the vertical growth of the city within its jurisdiction of 82 square kilometres is compelling officials to be sterner in dealing with the offenders.

Mandatory provision


"Commercial establishments have been asked to adhere to the mandatory provision of creating parking spaces for customers," says an official at the Town Planning Department.

Earlier, commercial establishments did not bother much about providing parking space to customers. Spaces for off-street and on-street parking were then readily available. Now the situation is totally different, they say.

Ground floors


Usually apartments stick to the provisions so as to market their units even if these are constructed is in the heart of the city. Ground floors are usually converted into parking spaces for all the allottees, he says.

However, officials admit that one of the major problems is the narrow roads in the city. Vehicular population alone cannot be sole factor to the space crunch in recent times. But it has to be mentioned that the rate of growth of vehicles is 12 per cent to 15 per cent in a decade. On an average there are 70 to 80 motor vehicles for every 1,000 person.

Density


Interestingly, the population density in the inner city area is 5,280 persons per sq.km. while it is 2,486 persons per sq.km. in the outer fringes of the city, as per the figures of the 2001 Census.

Average traffic


As per a study conducted in the city, the average daily traffic flow was 50,000 vehicles per day at Mankavu Junction-Arayadathupalam section of Mini Bypass and 15,000 vehicles on Francis Road. Peak-hour traffic varied at inner and intermediate city road sections.

High volume


High-traffic volume is exerting pressure on the narrow urban roads causing frequent congestions and accidents. Annual daily traffic in the range of about 20,000 to 55,000 passenger car units was observed in the inner city, 32,000 to 50,000 in intermediate city roads and 5,000 to 15,000 on roads in the periphery of the city.

Major junctions on Mavoor Road, Rajaji Road, Pottamal, Chevayur, Mankavu, Meenchanda , Karaparamba and Eranhipalam are experiencing parking problems.

Major corridors


Palayam, the urban section of NH 17, Francis Road, Railway Station Road, Mananchira and Pavamani Road are major parking demand corridors in the central part of the city. Shopping complexes and wholesale markets have generated more demand for on-street parking for passengers and goods vehicle at the market areas. At the same time the non-availability of off-street parking at residential and commercial areas leads to a frequent traffic blocks.

Suggestions have now come up to improve the inter-city traffic road corridors and intra-city traffic corridors. Apart from construction new roads and improving existing ones, Kozhikode Corporation is also taking steps to establish new bus terminals at West Hill, Medical College and Vellimadukunnu.

Master plan


As per the new master plan of the city road overbridges have been proposed at Bhatt Road and Fourth Gate. Likewise projects have been envisaged for mass transport system, area development scheme at Stadium Junction, Satellite Township at Kunnamangalam, restructuring the Palayam subway to pedestrian subway-cum-shopping mall and greening the arterial corridors.

Kozhikode Mayor M. Bhaskaran says that multi-level parking has become a necessity in view of the increasing demand for parking spaces in the city. Promotion of off-street parking will help reduce the congestion. Private land owners will be encouraged to offer facilities for off-street parking.

Construction of multi-storeyed parking lots at Muthalakulam, Palayam, Mananchira, Mankavu and Arayadathupalam and re-routing the buses would help in making more spaces in the city.

Developers


But most essentially property developers have to abide by the rules in making their own parking facilities.

Housing boom has immensely contributed to urbanisation in a big way in Kozhikode city, which accounts for over 40 per cent of the urban population in the district. Long-term measures have to be adopted with commercial establishments mushrooming in residential areas.







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KERALA STATE ROAD TRANSPORT CORPORATION

Bus Terminal & Shopping Complex at Calicut

Project Profile

Location
The proposed location of the project is the site along Mavoor Road at which the present Bus Station is situated.

The Project

The proposed project is envisaged to accommodate all the required facilities of the present Bus station in addition to the future needs and other infrastructural facilities required for the smooth functioning of the Bus station. The Bus station is design as a model project with all facilities and 800 finishes to the math the recent developments in international projects. Since the project is located in the highly commercial area of Calicut. The project in envisaged to utilised the commercial important to make the projects financially feasible. The space buildable below and above the Bus terminals were fully utilized for providing commercial spaces, Parking facilities etc within the permissible limits of the Kerala Building rules.

Cost of Project
The approximate cost of the project comes to Rs. 27 cores including all finishing works.

Time of Completion
The time of completion of the project in the 12 months from handing over the sight for execution. However the contract will be framed in such a way that the required space will be partially handed over so as to open the bus terminal before the end of the year since the Bus station is located at the lower part.

Mode of Execution
The commissioning of the project will be on B.O.T basis with full investment at reasonable terms. The agencies has to be properly pre-qualified to ensure the creditability and capacity for handling the project.
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A master plan for development

Steps have been initiated to gear up Kozhikode to assume the status of a metro. Biju Govind analyses the master plan drawn up by the civic authorities as part of the initiative.
EVER SINCE Kozhikode began to shed its tag of an overgrown town and looked forward to being a metropolis in North Kerala, the civic authorities have been confronted with the problem of inadequate space for infrastructure development of the city.

But now a master plan for the city, drawn up last month, gives a glimmer of hope to the authorities concerned to utilise space in a pragmatic way, rationalise land use, strengthen transportation systems and chalk out new infrastructure development methods for future generation.

Corporation officials say that the focus is on regional spatial strategy, local development framework and development control. This involves greater attention to improve spatial qualities, socio-economic aspects, environmental awareness and urban governance.

Transport system

Transportation has been given due emphasis in the master plan, which includes developing inter-city traffic road corridors, intra-city traffic corridors, constructing new city roads and bus terminals, road over bridges and junctions. Improvements have been proposed in the railways and waterways.

One of the proposals is strengthening and widening the Madhavan Nair Road from Pushpa Junction to Pokkunnu and further extension to Pantheerankavu on National Highway Bypass and constructing a coastal highway from Kozhikode to Kochi.

Ambitions


Constructing an East-West Axis Road from Vellayil to Kunnamangalam via Malabar Christian College Cross Road-Chevayur and Mayanad is another ambitious project for streamlining intra-city traffic corridors.

Bus terminals have been proposed at West Hill, Medical College and Vellimadukunnu in the master plan. Other road transport development projects envisaged are introducing mass transport system, restructuring existing subways, greening arterial corridors and re-routing bus services in the city.

Drainage


Completion of the Kozhikode Drainage Project has also been given importance with the rise in households in the city in the last several years.

This includes laying of pipeline for about 100 km, a treatment plant at Karimanappalam using suitable technology and setting up four major pumping stations.

Reconstructing existing drain on the sides of main roads in town, covering them with RCC slabs to serve as footpaths, constructing sewer-cum-storm water drains and lining the natural drainage canals with cement concrete have been proposed.

Water resources


Watershed management; rainwater harvesting and localised water supply schemes are other projects. However, officials stress on the need for maintaining and conserving water sources such as tanks, ponds and dug wells existing in various regions.

Only with the completion of the multi-crore Japan Bank for International Cooperation -aided drinking water project can Kozhikode city hope to solve the acute drinking water shortage, they say.

Power supply


Another aspect is improving the existing power situation in the city. Priority has been given to constructing a ring main system of 29 11-kV rings and sub rings with 64 feeders and a new sub-station at Vellayil with 200 distribution transformers. Modifying the 220-kV substation at Nallalam, enhancing the capacity of 110- kV Sub-station at Vydyuthi Bhavan and converting the 110-kV single circuit line from Chevayur to 110 kV Substation at West Hill to 110-kV double circuit line are new proposals in the master plan.

Regarding waste management, standalone treatment plants on the beach and sides of Canoly Canal have been proposed.

Volunteers


Utilising the services of the Kudumbasree volunteers in the door-to-door collection of garbage and operating the treatment plant at Njeliyanparamba to its full capacity have also been drawn up for making improvements in this category.

Another major proposal is implementation of a Shelter Upgradation Programme for 79 identified slum areas in four phases.

Shelter upgradation


Three slum areas will be improved in the first two years, 23 in the next five years, 30 in another five years and 23 in the last phase of the programme.

Projects on tapping the tourism potential of the city, improving urban governance through e- initiatives, preparing a contour map for sewerage system and flood control and defining and proclaiming green belts have also been included in the master plan for the development of Kozhikode.
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Sathyam Cinemas, which has two multiplexes in Chennai and was the first theatre in the country to deploy Hollywood-standard digital cinema, are also expanding. Sathyam will add 18 more screens (three multiplexes) across Chennai and Cochin with an investment of Rs 30 crore in 2008. The company is also scouting for four-five more sites in Chennai besides venturing into cities like Madurai, Coimbatore, Trichy and Calicut.Albeit Kiran Reddy, managing director, Sathyam Cinemas, believes that “content will always have the upper hand”. He also believes that the synergies and savings are essentially local. For expansion across cities means setting up separate offices and replicating media costs. “Globally too, the best local theatre, like a restaurant, tends to have the highest collections and it doesn’t matter if it is part of a chain,” he says.

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Satra Properties acquires property at Calicut
Source: IRIS (08 November 2006)

Satra Properties India has entered into an MOU for acquisition of property at Calicut, Kerala for the plot size of one acre.

This MoU will be for a consideration of Rs 180 million (approximately) and will involve land that offers potential to construct a shopping mall, thereby generating a saleable area of about of 1.5 lakh sq ft. Permission to provide a multiplex under the proposed project name of `Calicut Gallaria` is also to be available.

Recently the company declared an interim dividend of 10% (Re 1 per share) for the year 2006-07.

The board also reviewed the amalgamation of the company with Om Housing Company.
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