trichy airport terminal

Trichy terminal will be ready by April 2023

Trichy Airport undergoing up-gradation to offer better services Trichy Airport terminal will be an energy-efficient building with sustainable features New Delhi. 02 May 2022: Airports Authority of India has undertaken the expansion work of Trichy Airport which includes the Construction of a New Integrated Passenger Terminal Building, a new Apron, an Air Traffic Control (ATC) Tower, and up-gradation of Airside facilities to cater for the growing passenger traffic and reduce congestion during peak hours at the airport. Trichy Airport: Total cost of the new terminal building According to a press release from the Ministry of Civil Aviation, the new terminal building being constructed at the cost of Rs.951.28 Crores has been designed to process 2900 passengers during peak hours. Equipped with 48 check-in counters and 10 boarding bridges, the terminal will be an energy-efficient building with sustainable features. With an area of 75000 sq m, the new terminal building has been designed as an iconic structure of dynamic and dramatic building form with a majestic roof. The interiors of the building reflect the colours and culture of the city through materials and textures in a contemporary manner. The intuitive form of the new terminal will create a unique architectural identity in the southern region and will add a new dimension to the terminal design. Strong references to the local culture and traditional architecture will be expressed by the building’s architecture. Arriving and departing passengers will sense this identity and reference to the place. The airport expansion project also includes a new apron, associated taxiways, and an isolation bay to make the airport suitable for Multiple Apron Ramp systems i.e. five wide-body (Code E) or 10 narrow-body aircraft (Code C). Other than this, the construction of a Control Room, supporting Equipment Rooms, Terminal RADAR, RADAR simulation, Automation facilities, VHF, AAI offices and Meteorological offices are also part of the project. The project also includes a four-lane elevated access road connecting the Terminal Building to the city. According to the press release, more than 75% of the construction work for the terminal building is completed and the project will be ready by…

MURL National Seminar Demands Repeal of All Repressive Laws

MURL National Seminar Demands Repeal of All Repressive Laws

Chennai, 19 September 2021: The Movement against UAPA and other Repressive Laws (MURL) has organized a National Seminar on REPRESSIVE LAWS UNDER BJP REGIME on Saturday, 18th September 2021 evening from 4:00 to 6:30 pm at Madras Reporters Guild,  Chennai.   The programme was attended by hundreds of activists. The seminar called upon all sections of the society, especially those groups targeted by the present BJP government, to fight together for the repeal of all repressive laws.  Movement Against UAPA and Other Repressive Laws (MURL) is a joint platform of activists and groups for mobilizing public opinion against these laws. MURL aims to extend support to the innocent victims of these draconian laws due to political vendetta. The seminar was part of series of activities by MURL to strengthen the efforts towards repealing all repressive laws like UAPA, AFSPA, PSA, Sedition Law, NIA Act, PMLA, & NSA which are grossly misused to suppress the voices of dissent. The Seminar was moderated by Adv. A. Mohamed Yusuff, Central Committee Member, MURL. Welcome note was given by Sadique Qureshi (Coordinator, MURL).   Introductory Speech delivered by E.M. Abdul Rahiman, Vice Chairperson, MURL.   Prof. A. Marx, Chair Person of NCHRO and State President of MURL, Tamilnadu, Mr. Gurmeet Singh Juj (Punjab), Adv. K.P. Mohamad Shareef (Central Committee member, MURL), Mr. Ashish Gupta, (Delhi) Adv. Bavani Ba. Mohan, State President of NCHRO, Mrs. Pallibi Ghosh (Assam), Mr. Rajesh Ningthoukhongajam rights activist from Manipur, Adv. A. Yusuff (Central Committee member MURL) etc spoke in the seminar.  Vote of thanks was given by Kasali Meeran (Secretary Taminadu MURL). E.M. Abdul Rahiman in his introductory speech said that the government is suppressing the voices of the people who are raising their voice against the policies of the government. The people who have been arrested and kept under trial under these oppressive laws have only very few convictions. These oppressive laws are against the people, against the country and against the Constitution. Now not only Muslim minorities are becoming victims of these repressive laws but other groups like journalists, human rights activists and all those who are raising their voice…