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August 16th, 2007

Punjab Cabinet approves 210 acres for Knowledge City in Mohali

Abstract:
The Punjab Cabinet today approved the transfer of 210 acres of land in Mohali for the ambitious 'Knowledge City' project to be undertaken with central government assistance.

Three national levels institutes----Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, National Institute of Nanotechnology and National Institute of Agri-Food Biotechnology would be set up in this 'Knowledge City'.

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newkerala.com

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