TBC firms at Kaloor stadium to be shifted ahead of FIFA U-17 cup

 InfoPark Kochi chief executive officer Hrishikesh Nair said steps have been initiated for shifting the companies based at the Technology Business Centre (TBC) on the premises of the Internatio

Published: 17th September 2017 01:06 PM  |   Last Updated: 17th September 2017 01:06 PM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

KOCHI: InfoPark Kochi chief executive officer Hrishikesh Nair said steps have been initiated for shifting the companies based at the Technology Business Centre (TBC) on the premises of the International Stadium, Kaloor, to Cherthala Infopark, Infopark campus at Kakkanad and suitable places nearby in the wake of the FIFA U-17 World Cup matches to be held in Kochi in October. 


“We have also organised necessary commutation arrangements for these employees to Cherthala Infopark,” he said. “TBC being a government entity, we thought GCDA might have assumed there may be no security concerns and therefore did not intimate us on this development. This was the reason for not informing the companies in the Technology Business Centre on time. However, we have taken the necessary action.”“We are committed to ensuring smooth movement of the companies based at TBC,” he said.

Closure of shops: HC to pass interim order
Kochi:
The Kerala High Court will on Monday pass an interim order on the petition filed by 46 persons running business establishments in the commercial complex in the Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium in Kochi. The plea was filed challenging the order issued by the Greater Cochin Development Authority to close down the shops till the FIFA under 17 Football World Cup matches are over.

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