Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Calicut

Related Topics

In the News (Wed 19 Jun 19)

  CALICUT - LoveToKnow Article on CALICUT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Calicut is of considerable antiquity; and about the 7th century it had its population largely increased by the immigration of the Moplahs, a fanatical race of Mahommedans from Arabia, who entered enthusiastically into commercial life.
The town was taken in 1765 by Hyder Ali, who expelled all the merchants and factors, and destroyed the cocoa-nut trees, sandal-wood and pepper vines, that the country reduced to ruin might present no temptation to the cupidity of Europeans.
In 1782 the troops of Hyder were driven from Calicut by the British; but in 1788 it was taken and destroyed by his son Tippoo, who carried off the inhabitants to Beypur and treated them with great cruelty.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /C/CA/CALICUT.htm   (576 words)

 Kozhikode - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Calicut is the anglicised form of ‘Kalikut’, Arabic for the Malayalam name Kozhikode.
Calicut Medical College: One of the most prestigious medical institutions in India.
Farook College,Calicut:The only College in Calicut University to be recognised as a Center of Excellence by the UGC and accredited at 5 star level by NAAC
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Calicut   (1247 words)

 Calicut Kozhikode Kerala
Calicut, the most important city of Malabar region of Kerala, was a leading trading centre for spices on the West Coast of India during the medieval period.
Calicut became a mighty seaport, where the Arabs and the Chinese met to exchange the products of west with the east and vise versa.
According to K.V. Krishna Iyer, the rise of calicut is at once a cause and a consequence of Zamorin's ascendancy in Kerala.
www.ashextourism.com /kerala/calicut_kerala.htm   (2284 words)

 A Brief History of CREC
Calicut (renamed as Kozhikode),once the capital of the powerful Zamorins, is an age old commercial town which still maintains its commercial traditions.Its virgin beaches, aquamarine waters and gentle swaying palm trees provide the most salubrious tonic for the mind and body.
southward of Calicut at the mouth of the Chaliyar River, is a small coastal town famous for its country crafts called 'Uru' built by traditional shipbuilders known as Khalasis.
Calicut is well connected to other cities in India by Air, Rail and Road.
members.rediff.com /reccaamumbai/about.html   (744 words)

 Kerala kozhikode, kerala calicut, north kerala calicut tourism, calicut kerala , kozhikode kerala tourism, kozhikode ...
It was the spices and wealth of Malabar that first brought the Arabs, the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Romans, the Portuguese, the Dutch and the English to Kerala.
Calicut (Kozhikode) was then the most important trade center of the Malabar region and the Zamorins who ruled this mighty land were powerful and shrewd.
The beach, 2 km from Calicut (Kozhikode) town centre is along stretch of tree lined sand popular with the local people because of the Lions Club park, the Light House and the two piers - and, of course, the opportunity to enjoy in the evening breeze.
beautifulkerala.com /coco/redcarpet/calicut.php   (1140 words)

 The Hindu : Education Plus Thiruvananthapuram : Calicut University making forays into Gulf
Calicut University is planning to promote affiliated colleges and courses in the Gulf countries in a significant move to open up educational access to expatriate students at an `affordable cost.'
Calicut University is in the forefront of Indian institutions that have started in earnest to compete with their foreign counterparts to attract students in the Gulf region.
Calicut University's move has come at a time when the western universities have been campaigning vigorously to capture the Gulf's educational market.
www.hindu.com /edu/2005/10/11/stories/2005101100260300.htm   (761 words)

 Integrated Development Plan of Calicut City   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Calicut Corporation The Calicut Municipality was first formed in 1866 and later upgraded to corporation in 1961.
The Calicut Corporation with its main office at Beach Road manages the core activities of Corporation area such as water supply, lighting of public areas, roads, health and sanitation aspects.
CWRDM and Calicut Corporation will focus on conducting surveys towards achieving the goal of upgrading physical infrastructure with emphasis on technological solutions and community participation and evolve as well as demonstrate a suitable implementation package based on the results of the survey.
www.tifac.org.in /mature/progupcal.php   (747 words)

 Development of Spatial Information System for Transportation Planning of Calicut Urban Area
The various stages of the work are development of spatial information system of traffic zones and road network, estimation of minimum travel paths, estimation of travel demand though indirect approaches, estimation of link volumes, preparation of desire line diagrams, identification missing links, formulation of alternative road network improvement strategies, evaluation of alternative networks.
Calicut city is situated on the West-Coast of India, at a latitude of 11° 15" N and longitude of 75° 47" E. It is considered as the commercial capital of Malabar Region.
While Calicut is connected to many of the important cities of India by rail, within its own hinterland, the connection is restricted mainly to road network.
www.gisdevelopment.net /Application/utility/transport/ma03170.htm   (730 words)

 Calicut- the glory of past Grandeur
Calicut Airport, at karipur, 23 km from the city, operates Indian Airlines flights to Mumbai and Sharjah in the Middle East.
After the 13th century Calicut grew in importance as a port and the capital of the powerful kingdom of the Samoothiris or the Zamorins, as they were called by the Portuguese.
The beach, 2 km from Calicut town centre, is a long stretch of tree-lined sand popular with the local people because of the Lions Club Park, the light house and the two piers–and, of course, the opportunity to soak in the evening breeze.
www.keralaatbest.com /calicut.htm   (609 words)

 Calicut India, Calicut Tours, Travel to Calicut, Holidays in Calicut, Tour Packages Calicut
Calicut or Kozhikode is situated in the south Indian state of Kerala on the southwest coast of the Arabian Sea.
The district extends from latitude 11°15' N to 75°49' E. Basking in the idyllic setting of the serene Arabian Sea on the west and mesmeric peaks of the Wayanad hills on the east, this district has all the required ingredients to fascinate a tourist.
Calicut is connected to all the major cities of India through rail link.
www.eholidaysindia.com /cities/calicut.htm   (857 words)

 Rediff On The NeT Travel: Fast facts on Calicut: How to get there. What to see. What to eat.
Calicut is a town where the best food is available in the nook-and-cranny roadside stalls.
Calicut is popular for its local handicrafts such as rosewood and buffalo horn carvings, coir products and miniature snake boats.
Calicut was a port popular with Muslim traders who came there to buy cardamom and pepper.
inhome.rediff.com /travel/may/29cali2.htm   (931 words)

 Calicut, the traditional capital of Northern Kerala
Kozhikode, formerly called Calicut was the traditional capital of Northern Kerala under the Samuthiri rule.
Vasco da Gama landed at Calicut (Kappad - 16 KM from the city) in 1498, becoming the first European to reach India by the sea route around the southern cape of Africa.
A bustling city and commercial capital of Malabar, Calicut, has an International Airport, University, Medical College and prestigious Indian Institute of Management and National Institute of Technology to its credit.
www.calicut.net   (141 words)

 Taj Hotels - Calicut
The city of Calicut (now, Kozhikode), on the Northern coast of Kerala, is redolent of the days when the Portuguese held sway over this part of the state.
The town was once one of India’s finest and busiest ports, and an integral part of the international spice trade.
Even today, Calicut plays an important role in the international spice trade, as vast quantities of pepper and other spices are shipped from the port city.
www.tajhotels.com /cities/Calicut   (225 words)

 Calicut diocese   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The extent, therefore, of the diocese may be described as the whole of the former Malabar district up to the Ponnani river, part of Palghat district and the area of the watershed of Walluvanad Taluk, with the addition of the present Hosdurg Taluk to the north.
Mainly due to the steady influx of information from Travancore and Cochin, the total Catholic population had risen by 1953 to 91,384 of which 17,217 were Latins and the rest Syrians.
Maxwell V. Noronha as the Bishop of Calicut, who took charge of the Diocese on September 8, 1980, the administration of the Diocese passed into the hands of the Diocesan clergy.
www.cbcisite.com /Calicut.html   (321 words)

 WHO South-East Asia Region: Calicut, India: a model for delivering palliative care
The challenges facing palliative care in this part of the world are similar to those in many developing countries: lack of healthcare infrastructure, lack of resources, lack of awareness about palliative care, complex requirements to obtain morphine, and a widely dispersed patient population with advanced cancer.
In spite of these circumstances, the Calicut project has achieved measurable success and has been designated a WHO demonstration project.
The Calicut clinic was designated a WHO demonstration project in 1996.
www.whocancerpain.wisc.edu /eng/11_2/calicut.html   (790 words)

 TIMEasia.com: Asian Journey 2001
On the morning of my last day in Calicut, Mayan brings the happy tidings that the Zamorin has agreed to see me. This is the direct descendant of the King who welcomed Zheng He's fleet.
His condition, fittingly, mirrors Calicut's: he isn't poor, just comfortably middle class, drawing a small government pension and traveling occasionally in his honorific capacity as chairman of a trust that manages some ancient temples.
This might be the home of any Calicut family with a father or son in Dubai or Doha.
www.time.com /time/asia/features/journey2001/india3.html   (1328 words)

 Taj Residency Calicut, India
The Taj Residency at Calicut is a business hotel located in the historically significant spice trading town and sea port of the Malabar Coast.
Calicut has a spice trading history that goes back to 40 BC and today exports pepper, arecanut, cardamom and other spices to Europe, America and Japan.
The Taj Residency is located on a landscaped area of 4.75 acres and is a ten minute walk from Calicut beach.
www.asiatravel.com /india/hotels/calicut/tajresidency/tajresidency.html   (242 words)

Interestingly, Kozhikode has lent its English name, Calicut, to `calico', the fine variety of handwoven cotton cloth said to have originated from this place.
Against the backdrop of bitter rivalries between local rulers began a period of unbroken strife among foreign powers for the domination of the trade in Malabar.
Today, Kozhikode is an important trading centre for timber and tiles, and hunting ground for that famous delicacy Calicut halwa.
www.cs.cmu.edu /afs/cs/usr/vipin/www/kozhikode.html   (796 words)

 city information of calicut, kerala, india   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Up north in Kerela, the cool backwaters of Calicut (Kozhikode) lie waiting to be discovered.
Access into Calicut is easy with flights operating daily from Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, and from Madurai on all days except Mondays.
By road or rail Calicut is 5 hrs away from Cochin.
www.jetairtours.com /ccj.htm   (269 words)

 Calicut constituency, Kerala, indian elections, indian elections 2004, forthcoming indian elections, elections in india
Calicut constituency, Kerala, indian elections, indian elections 2004, forthcoming indian elections, elections in india
Calicut (Kozhikode) in Kerala, once the capital of the Zamorins and a major trade and commerce centre, was the most prominent region of Malabar in the past.
Today, Calicut is a major trading centre for timber and tiles, and hunting ground for that famous delicacy Calicut halwa.
www.indian-elections.com /kerala/calicut.html   (172 words)

 Atul Chitnis : Off to Calicut, missing Phenom gigs :(
I am off to Calicut this evening, to speak at the NIT FOSS Event there tomorrow.
I have never been to Calicut before, though my connection with the place goes back a few years - friend Nikhil Datta and Manish Bhalla did their MBAs there at the IIMK, and while Nikhil was there, he "infected" the place with Linux, which has been going strong ever since.
Nikhil will also be in Calicut (total coincidence) while we are there, for some alumni association meet.
atulchitnis.net /diary/showentry/273   (250 words)

 The Calicut Medical Journal
Calicut Medical Journal provides hyperlinks to related resources on the web including full text references.
Calicut Medical Journal is published exclusively online.All content will be openly and freely accessible.
Calicut Medical Journal upholds the policy of Open Access to Scientific literature.
calicutmedicaljournal.org   (188 words)

 M2 Presswire: Lok Sabha -- User's fee at Calicut airport.@ HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
User's Development Additional Fee (UDAF) is being collected from International embarking passengers at the rate of Rs.
The UDAF will be in force till the interest required to be paid on the loan raised from HUDCO is fully recovered.
Calicut airport has not been granted as a point of call to any foreign airlines.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:77002577&refid=ip_encyclopedia_hf   (167 words)

 Tsunami News for Calicut, India
The 2005 projected population for Calicut, India is 443,103
Defending champions Calicut University with a contingent of 35 athletes, including 14 men...
IA flight IC-597 was scheduled to leave Mumbai airport at 4 pm, land in Goa, then in Calicut and finally...
danger.mongabay.com /earthquake/2004/Calicut.html   (205 words)

 Carthik Sharma » NIT Calicut   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
NIT Calicut, Formerly known as REC Calicut, is one of the Government of India run Technical Institutions, another of which is NIT, Warangal.
The article mentions that there is a huge digital library resource available to the public, with a lot of e-books, at NIT Calicut.
Calicut is in Kerala, and it feels nice to hear that NIT Calicut (any NIT for that matter) is making waves!!
carthik.net /blog/vault/2003/03/13/nit-calicut   (177 words)

 Location (National Institute Of Technology Calicut)
Set in a picturesque landscape at the foothills of the Western Ghats, National Institute of Technology Calicut (NITC) is located about 22 kilometers north-east of Calicut City.
National Institute of Technology Calicut is one of the premier national institutions for technical education in India.
CREC was born in September 1961 as the ninth of its kind and the first one to be established during the Third Five Year Plan period.
www.nitc.ac.in /nitc/sp/main/about_us/index_ab.jsp   (202 words)

 The Hindu : Sport / Basketball : Calicut and Madras in final
Last year's runner-up Calicut University and Madras University, with two wins each in the semi-final round robin league, will clash for the title in the last match in the South Zone inter-University (men's) basketball tournament here.
On Friday, while Calicut beat Anna 96-72 for its second win, Madras crushed Bangalore 81-25 for its second win.
The results: Calicut 96 (Manoj 26, Kiran M.Abic 35) bt Anna 72 (Sri Prakash 17, Venkatesh 25); Madras 81 (P.Kumar 16, Amarnath Gopi) bt Bangalore 25 (Sanat 10).
www.hinduonnet.com /2004/10/16/stories/2004101610351800.htm   (138 words)

 The Medical College Calicut Network
The Calicut Medical College was established in 1957 as the 2nd medical college in Kerala.
It is affiliated to the University of Calicut and serves 2/5 of the population of Kerala.
THe Medical College Calicut Network is an UNOFFICIAL website created and edited by Dr.Vinod Scaria.
www.mccal.com /profile.html   (466 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.