Monday, March 27, 2006

NRN pats CM, says City will bounce back

NRN pats CM, says City will bounce back
Deccan Herald

The Indian Disabled League Blind regaled the audience with popular Kannada and Hindi film numbers like Baa re, baa re and Chalte, chalte.

“I am very impressed with the new chief minister. He is making the right moves and he is well intentioned. I have no doubt that he and his team will make Bangalore a better city and Karnataka, a better state,” Infosys Technologies’ Chief Mentor N R Narayana Murthy said here on Sunday.

“He (Chief Minister H D Kumaaraswamy) is proactive and interested in creating more job opportunities in IT sector. I am grateful to the government for approving the Infosys proposal to acquire land at Sarjapur. We will soon buy land through KIADB, at market rates. We are looking at around 845 acres,” he said after inaugurating e-Choice, a new optical and mobile showroom in Banashankari, Bangalore.

The government has reportedly given the green signal to the Infosys proposal to acquire around 845 acres of land to set up a Rs 1,500-crore software development park.

Regarding Bangalore’s infrastructure, he said, with the chief minister keen on solving the existing problems, things are bound to move in the positive direction.


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