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Federal Bank plans own premises in Kozhikode

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KOCHI: The Aluva-based Federal Bank plans to construct its own multi-storied building in Mavoor Road, Kozhikode. The foundation stone for the proposed building will be laid by Mr K.P. Padmakumar, Chairman, during a function on December 13.

The new building will house the bank's Regional Office, Mavoor Road branch and proposed currency chest, a release said.

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