Gachibowli is a suburb of Hyderabad, Telangana, India, located in the Serilingampally mandal of the Rangareddy district. It is situated about 5 km away from HITEC City, another IT hub. It has a vast area and is dotted with rocky surface and hillocks all around.
Sky Line of Gachibowli From ICICI Bank Towers
|District||Ranga Reddy District|
|• Official||Telugu, Urdu English|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
500 032, 500075
|Lok Sabha constituency||Chevella (Lok Sabha constituency)|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Serilingampally (Vidan Sabha constituency)|
Hospitality has been introduced in this area by Ista group of hotels and Indus Palm hotel. The region is also being developed as an international business hub, by the Real estate giant Tishman Speyer, with its signature waverock buildings. Other hotels that have come up recently in Gachibowli are
Education and researchEdit
Apart from the IT industry, Gachibowli is also a sports hub. Some of the best stadiums in the city are located here including the Swarna Telangana State Sports Complex, the GMC Balayogi Stadium, the Gachibowli Indoor Stadium, a hockey stadium and an aquatics complex. The Military World games, World badminton championships were conducted at Gachibowli. A golf course with natural rock formations has come up there recently. Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy is also located in Gachibowli.
Gachibowli is well connected by roads to another IT hub – HITEC city, and also to the rest of the city. TSRTC buses – No.216, No.217 connects Gachibowli to Mehdipatnam, Koti, and the major city centers. The closest MMTS train station is Lingampally railway station. The Outer-Ring Road connects Gachibowli to the International airport at Shamshabad. A metro train service is also being planned in Hyderabad, which would provide better connectivity in the city and will be another public transport.
Government of Telangana and Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC) Launched She Shuttles Bus Services in Hyderabad for women employees in the IT corridor in the Cyberabad area was launched on 29 June 2015.
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