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All About Madurai's shopping malls, textile showrooms, furniture marts etc.,
 #9135  by maduraiguy
 April 2nd, 2013, 1:27 pm
madurakarenda wrote:^^ Well said. You missed some more brands like METRO, SONY, Vasan Eye Care, Dr. Govindarajan, Adidas, ibaco, sting, Samsung, Panasonic, Royal Enfield, Piaggiot, TATA Motors, etc. and many more.
^^

MK... KTM Bike showroom, Blaack Forest Cake shop (2nd Outlet)...... ;)
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 #9172  by Modern Vampire
 April 4th, 2013, 12:48 pm
chinna chockikulam is also got a heavy number of outlets(i.e. basics,ind.terrain,c.polo,suxuz,dell,meghayal,etc.) above all it got the no.1 mall in madurai.The whole road looks more beautiful in night except power cut times(lol)....its growin day/day...
also the alagar kovil road from outpost to g.p signal...its really amazin to ride here...one of the roads in mdu where u really have to drive faster....it makes u to do so....take a drive & comment frnds....i luv g.p....
 #9179  by madurakarenda
 April 4th, 2013, 9:49 pm
@Modern Vampire : After making that road as one way, it has really facilitated easy riding but the commuters toward Azhagarkovil are in real chaos.

@King of Madurai : Blaackforest is near the over bridge in BP Road (near Jeyam theater)
 #9368  by Sundar
 May 3rd, 2013, 2:48 pm
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Kolattam is where fun meets weekends, where shopping meets amusement and where luxury meets convenience in so many splendid ways. Kolattam located adjacent to Golden Lotus in Madurai is the ultimate retail therapy destination that brings together the magic of shopping, a 6 screen multiplex, unlimited entertainment and global cuisine in a truly international mall styled ambience. Kolattam is a brand new high for the residents of Madurai.
 #9391  by Sundar
 May 14th, 2013, 10:41 am
Big Bazzar building has been SEALED by Madurai Corporation!

Vishal Mall may be their next target!
 #9400  by Sundar
 May 16th, 2013, 5:02 pm
The Madras High Court bench here has sought a counter affidavit from the Madurai Local Planning Authority (LPA) on a petition filed by a private company challenging the sealing of the multi-storied Big Bazaar outlet in Madurai. N.K.Ashok, deputy manager of Future Value Retail Limited, filed the writ petition at the court stating the building that was sealed was taken on lease by him on the assurance of Jeyam Velmurugan Associates, the owner of the building, that the Madurai City Municipal Corporation granted approval to the building plan in 2008.

On May 7, 2013, the LPA issued a notice to the petitioner asking him to vacate the building within 24 hours, he said. The petitioner claimed that he gave a request to the LPA seeking 30 days time to vacate the building, but the building was sealed on May 9.

The LPA had issued the impugned notice on May 7 without verifying with Jeyam Velmurugan Associates if they obtained approval to construct the building, the petitioner contended.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp ... 719735.ece
 #9402  by Sundar
 May 16th, 2013, 5:47 pm
Retail giant 'Big Bazaar' has approached the Madras High Court (Madurai Bench) seeking direction to the Madurai local planning authority (LPA) to remove the seal which was put on its complex situated in Kalavasal in Madurai.

The member secretary of Madurai LPA Anshul Misra who is also the district collector of Madurai, visited the complex on May 9 and sealed the entire complex of Big Bazaar as the complex (stilt + six floors) was constructed by violating the building norms.

Seeking relief from collector's action, Future Value Retail Limited's deputy manager, legal (south zone) N K Ashok has filed writ petition. In the petition, it was stated that the building was taking on lease from one Jeyam Velmurugan Associate of Madurai in January 19, 2010. And it was assured by the land owner that the entire building was constructed according to the approved plan and that there was no deviation or violation of any rules in it. Besides, the company has engaged more than 200 employees and has stocks to an extent of Rs 3 crore, the petitioner contended.

While the company is in lawful occupation, the Madurai LPA sent notice on May 7 stating that the construction had not been approved and that no planning permission was obtained to construct the building in the said property. Consequently, the company was required to remove all the objects in the building within 24 hours, the petitioner stated.

The petitioner also said that till May 7, the company was not aware of any notices and legal processes initiated by the authority against the land owner (Jeyam Velmurugan Associate). "The notice has been issued without verifying the authority's own records under which they have given permission to the landowner to construct the building. Besides, they sealed the building without giving opportunity to the company to put forth its submissions. The authority's act is a violation to the natural justice. Hence, the LPA's notice should be stayed and the seal should be removed," the petitioner prayed.

When the matter came up before the division bench comprised of Justices M Duraiswamy and T Raja, the additional advocate general (AAG) K Chellapandian denied the claims of the company. He told the court that prior notice was given to the concerned person regarding the violation.

Following it, the division bench directed the AAG to file counter to the writ petition and posted the matter to next week.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city ... 078688.cms
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