Thiruvananthapuram: The state-of-the-art twin tower of one million sq. ft built-up area, the third phase of Technopark, is nearly ready for inauguration. The twin towers have been named Aanamudi and Ponmudi after the two mountain peaks in the state. Allotment of space has begun, and 40 companies have taken up space in the new facility. Some of the prominent firms that will be operating from the new tower are HCL, Oracle and CapGemini.
One floor in the two towers, which are spread across 92 acres within the Special Economic Zone, is being readied as a Smart Business Centre, at a cost of Rs 3 crore. It would be equipped with ready-to-use office facilities. The new facility also has an exclusive bowling alley, an incubation centre, a conference hall, a bank, an ATM, a cafeteria, a gym, a swimming pool, shopping malls and food courts.
"Technopark phase III was undertaken with an investment of Rs 292 crore and is expected to create about 40,000 direct and indirect employment opportunities. The new buildings are also considered to be Asia's largest buildings to get Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design gold rating from the Indian Green Building Council for energy efficiency," said Technopark CEO K.G. Girish Babu.
Technopark senior business development manager M. Vasudevan said that enquiries have been flowing in from ITES firms, and there is overwhelming demand for office space in the area. "With the commissioning of the third phase, the total area of Technopark will be
12:22 PM, Nov 22, 2012
New Delhi: Thirteen people have been arrested in connection with the violence that took place in Delhi's residential area of Mayur Vihar Phase III on Sunday night. Two cases of arson, rioting and looting have also been registered. A probe has been ordered into the incident in which one person died and many including 15 policemen were injured. Three people have suffered bullet injuries, but the police denied firing saying...
06:09 PM, Sep 03, 2012
New Delhi: Delhi's residential area of Mayur Vihar remained tense on Monday morning following mob violence on Sunday night. One person died and many including 15 policemen were injured in the clashes. Three people have suffered bullet injuries, but the police denied firing saying only tear gas was fired. Firing by miscreants to create panic has not been ruled out. Two police posts, six public transport buses and six private...
07:57 AM, Sep 03, 2012