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June 9th, 2007
Constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 1800 crore, the KMP Expressway will have facilities like a trauma centre, helipad, parking lots, refilling stations, refreshment centres, police stations, a car wash and the usual recreational facilities. And what with the government laying emphasis on developing the region as an education hub, interest has also been evinced by a number of multinationals from the IT, ITES and education sectors.
The plan is to set up top-class universities in the 2,000 acre Rajiv Gandhi Education University with an emphasis on IT, Biotechnology and Nanotechnology.
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