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Mangaluru: Foundation stone laid for South India's tallest tower ‘Westline Signature’


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Daijiworld Media Network-Mangaluru(JD)

Mangaluru, Sept 18: The foundation stone and brochure release ceremony of the proposed tallest tower in South India, 'Westline Signature' was held at Nanthoor, opposite to Sandesha Kala Pratistana on Saturday, September 17.

The in-charge minister of Dakshina Kannada B Ramanatha Rai along with the member of parliament unveiled the structure of the prestigious project of the Westline Builders while the dignitaries released the brochure of the building later on.

Speaking on the occasion Ramanatha Rai said “Nanthoor is developing as part of the city and a lot of development has to be done in this part. Soon the DC office too will come up in Padil which is very close to Nanthoor. I am sure this building will not only increase the beauty of this place but set very high standards of constructing buildings in the city"

MLA of the Mangaluru South constituency JR Lobo said "If someone questions that whether this building is the need of the city, I say yes. With this building we set a platform for world class infrastructure. As Mangaluru is developing rapidly and qualifies to become the second IT hub, buildings like this are required."





















































Speaking on the occasion Rajya Sabha MP Oscar Fernandes said "The thought of constructing such a great structure, that too next to the highway, is itself a great achievement. Mangaluru has always been an educational and banking center. This building not only enhances its beauty but also gives it a special place in the infrastructure map of the country."

Former minister Krishna J Palemar in his address said "Along with the builders efforts, the support from the government is also necessary in constructing this building. The state government along with the corporation must provide necessary infrastructure so that it does not disturb the existing set up."

Proprietor of Westline builders Nasir Mohideen welcomed the gathering while UT Zulfikar rendered vote of thanks. Sahil Zaheer compered the program.

Former education minister BA Moideen, former MP Ibrahim, S M Rasheed of SMR group, Blossom Fernandes and others were present at the occasion.

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'Westline Signature' South India's tallest tower set to launch in Mangaluru 


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  • ron rodrigues, mangalore

    Sun, Sep 18 2016

    surprised how the fire brigade gave approval!long live tall buildings! politicians are enjoying the limelight, knowing very well that they won't be in office when the building gets completed!

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [17]

  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Sep 18 2016

    Mangalore leads ...

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  • TRUE INDIAN, IXE

    Sun, Sep 18 2016

    MINI BURJ KHALIFA.

    Reply Report Abuse Agree [15]

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