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Old Posted Feb 22, 2007, 9:52 AM
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Chennai airport has proved to be a money-spinner for the Airports Authority of India from among the 21 airports run by it in South India during 2005-06.

The latest official data shows that the airport reported a profit of Rs 191.61 crore during the year under review

Bangalore was the second most profitable airport in South India having reported a profit of Rs 121.05 crore, while Hyderabad occupied the number three spot with a profit of Rs 73.27 crore. The other airports reporting a profit include Cochin International Airport Ltd (Rs 20.75 crore), Kozhikode (Rs 14.04 crore) and Thiruvananthapuram (Rs 2.65 crore).
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/...2001641000.htm
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Tata Housing Green Acres

Another national player,no highrises though.
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Resting on a sprawling expanse of over 30 acres, Green Acres is the largest housing development underway in Ernakulam. Right in the heart of the city, Green Acres is situated on the proposed Marine Drive Extension along the beautiful backwaters.
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Old Posted Feb 22, 2007, 10:00 AM
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Waaaww 673 ACRES --- 38 Million SqFt , Amazing . I guess once Fully developed this will be the biggest in kerala . Great going Kochi.
Once LDF goes out , Kochi will rise like anything. Many developers hold land in kochi , But they are afraid of the Comunist people , thats why they are remaining silent.
There is nothing much govt can do to stop the development. 673 acres of land already purchased near Nedumbassey (Parakkadavu, to be exact). Actually only sanction required from govt will be SEZ status.

Out of the 673 acres around 100-200 acres will be for residential puposes (probably the largest residential complex that is). This is what their residential plans say. The rest will be for IT and other commercial ventures on close to 500 acres.

This may even outsmart Shobha Hitech city plans. That's a dream take-off for Kochi.
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Ani, That's a great find !!
I have been hunting for TCG homepage for quite a long.
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Just a week after FAR-rubbish thrown to dustbin, already a flurry
of launches - that too many 20+ towers
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Recent highrise launches - repeat from lost thread

Abad Blue Chip, Kakkanad - 20 floors


Skyline Imperial Gardens, Kaloor - 21 floors


Cheloor El Dorado, Kakkanad - 17 floors


Alliance Pride, Edappally - 15 floors


Alliance Prim Rose, Aluva - 15 floors

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Oracle beefs up presence in India

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Oracle has completed the first phase of expansion into 17 of India's high-growth cities. This brings the company's total Indian offices to 23 cities.

"As we rapidly extend our geographic reach across India, we are empowering more and more Indian organizations with technology to better compete in the global market," said Krishan Dhawan, managing director for Oracle India. "Together with our growing network of over 400 certified channel partners, we provide local expertise and support to help companies better manage their IT infrastructure and business."

Over the last 10 months, Oracle expanded its presence in the Indian cities of Pune, Ahmedabad, Coimbatore, Kochi, Vishakhapatnam, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Indore, Lucknow, Nagpur, Bhubaneswar, Surat, Jalandhar, Guwahati, Nashik, Goa and Raipur. This adds to the company's already strong presence in the metro cities of Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata.
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Pantaloon Retail plans to invest Rs1,000 crore in Kerala

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Pantaloon, he said, is developing a mall of more than 4,00,000 square feet in Kochi, at an estimated cost of Rs170 crore. It will be completed in the next 18 months!!


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TECOM officials to hold talks with Achumama tommorrow.

http://manoramanews.manoramaonline.c...6580&BV_ID=@@@!!!!!!
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Pantaloon Retail plans to invest Rs1,000 crore in Kerala


Great news Pramod.....
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Central nod for JNNURM water supply scheme

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KOCHI: The Union Government has sanctioned the first phase of the water supply scheme for the city from Muvattupuzha River.

The Rs.201-crore project is aimed at supplying 100 million litres of water a day to areas including Chellanam, Kumbalangi, Kumbalam, Navy and the Port area.

Announcing this at a Corporation council meeting on Friday, Mayor Mercy Williams said that the scheme was one of the first projects to be sanctioned for the city under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) initiated by the Union Government for developing basic infrastructure facilities for a number of cities.
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Tecom is coming again for discussions regarding Smart City project
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Panampilly Nagar boom, another view


Which is that tower standing close to the rail line, anyone ? Looks very tall !!
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