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THE WORLD CLASSICAL TAMIL CONFERENCE 2010, COIMBATORE

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The World Classical Tamil Conference 2010, Coimbatore.

 

The World Classical Tamil Conference 2010 will be held from June 23 to 27 in Coimbatore.

Coimbatore is the Manchester of South India and popular for textile and engineering works as well as Education. One of the most industrialized cities in India .Apart from Textiles Coimbatore is the place for Foundries; there are more than 500 foundries in Coimbatore. Coimbatore ranks among top cities in the manufacturing of Induction Motors and Submersible pumps.

The preparation for this event is going on at a rapid pace and all the inspection by officials and ministers have been completed. The President of India, Pratibha Patil will inaugurate the function. The Tamil Nadu (TN) CM, M. Karunanidhi, as well as foreign delegates and Tamil scholars will be present on this occasion.

Codissia Trade Fair Complex where the World Classical Tamil Conference is scheduled to be held is fully prepared with all arrangements. The government of TN has widened the road for parking areas in Anna International Airport, Chennai at an estimated of Rs 32 crores. There would be no screening of delegates/visitors for A (H1N1) influenza said the minister.

The chief minister of TN advised the party men to carry the conference symbol, banners portraying scenes from Sangam literature, portraits of Tamil kings and poets aesthetically, without causing any hindrance to the public, to please the lakhs of residents and visiting scholars and to showcase the history and Tamil language and culture.

In a special arrangement, the TN tourism development corporation (TTDC) will introduce hop-on hop-off bus services in Coimbatore city for a week to cash in on the World Classical Tamil Conference, June 23-27. The bus will cover CODISSIA, Saradhamba temple, Koniamman temple, botanical garden, Maruthamalai temple, Perur temple and railway station. The fare per person would be Rs.250.

During the event the educational institution will remain closed from June 23-27, 2010 and cover the leave up to 27 due to Sunday as they will house the delegates and other visitors to the conference. The National Highway 67 and other roads are repaired and broadened with an estimate of 95 crores. In Chettipalayam – Podanur – Nanjundapuram – Ramanathapuram road have been repaired for a distance of 12 km at Rs. 10.15 crore. The widening of Tiruchi Road, NH 67 from Chinthamanipudur to Stock Exchange for a distance of 8 km at Rs.16 crore work projects has been done. This event cost approximately Rs 125 cr.

For this conference the student and teacher are volunteers and for that they have been issued identity cards for the care of foreign delegates, the vehicle pass has been prepared and the lodges and restaurants have been booked for the conference. The minister of food supplies minister V. Velu inspected the venue for the conference, and inspected the food courts and the kitchen for mass preparation of food and security measures for any emergency.

For medical service on the eve of World Classical Tamil conference, about 25 ambulances of 108, have been reserved, of which, the Health Minister M.R.K. Panneerselvam said, 13 ambulances were already available in Coimbatore, and every private hospital was given approx 50 beds each for the treatment of delegates. A medical helpline (Phone number 2211000) would be available during the conference.

The ‘Semmozhi Poonga’, the park being set up on 45 acres at Rs. 20 crore, and above all the Musician A.R. Rahaman has composed the theme song for the World Classical Tamil conference.
More than 50 statues of ancients Tamil kings and warriors have be made and will be on procession on the first day eve and its motive is to depict the history of ancient Tamil literature. Coimbatore City is waiting and welcomes all Tamil delegates and leaders from around the world for the conference.

 

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