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tgblog Jun 14 2014

Kachiguda – On the Other Side of Charminar

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Kachiguda is an old suburban locality of Hyderabad, which is renowned for its major railway station called the Kachiguda Railway Station. It is located north of the Musi river, beyond which areas of Malakpet and Charminar are located. The area has been named after a community called Kachi, which still inhabit the surrounding areas. The area is located at a distance of 29 km from the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) and 8 km way from the famous Care Hospital in Banjara Hills. The Secunderabad and Nampally Railway stations are located at the distances of 7 km and 5 km […..]

tgblog Jun 09 2014

Dilsukh Nagar

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Dilsukh Nagar is a part of the new area of Hyderabad which happens to be close to the old quarters of the city viz. Charminar, Ghansi Bazar and Malakpet. The area is renowned for being both commercial and residential at the same time. Once a part of the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad, it was subsequently merged with the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC). The area is on the banks of the historic Musiriver. The neighbourhood is in close proximity with the famous and major Kachiguda Railway Station (5 km), Secunderabad Railway Station (13 km) andNampally Railway Station (8 km). The […..]

tgblog Jun 09 2014

Jayanagar

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Jayanagar, one of the oldest localities in Bangalore City, known for its lush green surroundings and Victorian-style houses, speak volumes of its former glory as a prominent and much sought-after area of old Bangalore. Some say that the name Jayanagar, meaning Victory City, symbolises the Mysore king’s name, Jayachamraja. When this neighbourhood was formed in 1948, many tree saplings were planted throughout the vicinity. This stands testimony to the massive trees found today on either side of Nanda Talkies Road, providing shade on the stretch of the road converging at South End Circle. This locality was the first well-planned area […..]

tgblog Jun 09 2014

Marathahalli: The IT Passage

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Marathahalli, a burgeoning neighbourhood in Bangalore, prides itself as the confluence of the IT passage—Whitefield and Electronics City. This neighbourhood got its name after a fighter aircraft, called Marut, crashed in the area. Halli in Kannada signifies village. Earlier, a nondescript area; Marathahalli is now a leading choice for IT professionals and expats in the city, thus adding to its cosmopolitan allure. The frenetic rise of housing complexes, office buildings and shopping malls have undoubtedly compromised on the green space, but it is soon turning out to be one of the preferred residential choices for locals as well because of […..]

tgblog May 31 2014

Electronic City

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Electronic City, a well known name with both the tech savvy and the layman, has become a huge Information Technology and Industrial area. With the birth of IT in Bangalore, there was a need to have an area dedicated extensively for the sole purpose to making Bangalore a Silicon Valley of India. There are many IT and ITES companies spread widely across its vast area of 332 acres. This area is divided into Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III. The conceptualization of an IT Hub in Anekal taluk was formulated by R.K. Baliga, the first chairman and managing director […..]