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February 24th, 2013
Kochi Corporation Draws Flak for Delay in Augmenting Infrastructure

Prominent stakeholders of the Kochi Metro are peeved at Kochi Corporation’s apathy in readying infrastructure for streamlining traffic, despite the metro’s work set to begin in a few months’ time. The traffic restrictions imposed for an unspecified period to widen the Town Hall-Kacheripady stretch has further intensified the demand for readying alternative routes for motorists. Read More