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The KIMS Hospital welcomes you in a spectacular 350-seat lecture hall at the top of a 15-story building with a beautiful panoramic view of the history and the present of Hyderabad.

Hyderabad is the 4th largest city in India, the capital of Telangana state. It is an extraordinary destination abundant in traditions and very rich in modernity. It is also called the City of Pearls and appears to be a trading pearl of India indeed. Moreover, it is a worldwide hub of information technology and biotechnology and a home for a thriving start-up ecosystem, all critical ingredients of image-guided neurointerventions. The flavor of this destination is completed by the Hyderabadi people, which are extremely friendly and hospitable.

Moreover, visitors enjoy not only the 400 years old Heritage Monuments and World Famous Architecture such as Charminar mosque but also Stunning Landscapes, Lakes, Amusement, Water and National Parks, Museums, World’s Largest Film Studio Lake, Resorts, and much more. The world’s tallest statue of Gautam Buddha in the lake’s center is one of the city’s biggest highlights. CEOs of corporate giants such as Satya Nadella from Microsoft Corporation and Shantanu Narayen from Adobe Systems also originated here. Therefore, finding a spot in the world deserving hosting SIGN 2024 more than Hyderabad isn’t easy.

Hyderabad can also be an excellent gate to the most populous country in the world–India, the seventh-largest country by area. India has an ancient origin and enormously rich history, with a bold look into the future. Going further, India brings people to their knees with a profound spirituality. Therefore, there is no surprise that India is a great tourist magnet. It will also likely capture an inborn curiosity of scientists and clinicians to celebrate the feast of image-guided neurointerventions.

More information about Hyderabad 1. History: Hyderabad has a rich and fascinating history, ruled by several dynasties, including the Nizams. The city is home to many historical monuments and landmarks, such as the Charminar, Golconda Fort, and the Chowmahalla Palace, which attract tourists worldwide. 2. Tourism: Hyderabad, apart from Charminar, Golconda, and the Chowmahalla Palace, is home to many tourist attractions. Ramoji Film City is the largest film studio complex in the world and has been certified by the Guinness World Records. The Statue of Equality near the airport is the second tallest sitting statue in the world. India’s largest musical floating fountain at Tank Bund in the heart of the city is a view not to be missed. 3. Pharma: Contributing to more than 40% of the bulk drug production in the country, Hyderabad has been named the “Bulk Drug Capital of India” and “Vaccine Capital of the World.” 4. Technology: Hyderabad is home to some of the largest multinational technology companies in the world, including Microsoft, Amazon, and Google, and it has a vibrant start-up ecosystem as well. The city has a strong pool of talented software developers and engineers, and the government has proactively created a favorable business environment for the technology sector. In recent years, Hyderabad has also seen significant growth in areas such as fintech, healthcare IT, and gaming, among others. The city is well-connected, with a robust infrastructure and a high quality of life, making it an attractive destination for companies and professionals. Hyderabad has a thriving start-up ecosystem, with numerous accelerators, co-working spaces, and incubators supporting the growth of young companies. 5. Food: Hyderabad is known for its unique and delicious cuisine, particularly its biryani, a spicy and flavorful rice dish made with meat or vegetables. The city is also famous for its haleem, a slow-cooked meat and lentil stew, and its sweets, such as double ka meetha and qubani ka meetha. 6. Culture: Hyderabad has a vibrant and diverse culture, with a mix of Hindu and Muslim traditions. The city is known for its traditional arts and crafts, such as Bidriware and Kalamkari, as well as its music and dance forms, such as Kuchipudi and Qawwali. 7. Education: Hyderabad is home to several prestigious educational institutions, including the Indian School of Business, the International Institute of Information Technology, and the University of Hyderabad. These institutions attract students from all over the country and the world, making Hyderabad a hub of education and research.

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