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Missing Security Guards: Greater Noida Authority ToThe Greater Noida Authority has decided to impose a heavy penalty on security agencies whose guards are found missing from their duty sites. About 10-15 per cent of the monthly contract fee that the authority pays to private security agencies will be deducted in case security guards fail to stick to their area of operation.
Are You A Property Broker From Greater Noida? CloseMakaaniQ talks about Greater Noida real estate market, which holds thousands of residential properties in an affordable price range of Rs 2,500-4500 per sq ft.
Looking For Property On Rent In Greater Noida? ConsiWith new developments, Greater Noida is becoming a popular destination for investors as well as those seeking property on rent. Many migrants from across cities come and work in offices of various national and international organisations and look for an accommodation close by. To fulfill the demand of these property seekers, many localities have multiple renting options available. If you are also looking for localities where you can find plenty of affordable properties for rent, here is a list you could refer to.
Littering In Noida Drains? Be Ready To Pay FineThe Noida authority has decided to impose fines between Rs 500 and Rs 5,000, on those who dispose of waste into the city drains. During an inspection, it was found that of the 14 existing drains in the city, a 17-kilometre irrigation drain from Ashok Nagar in Delhi to Sector 168 near the Yamuna is the worst-affected. The city spends around Rs 140 crore annually on waste disposal, and had been taking some waste management measures with the help of NGOs and RWAs.
Audit Shows Banks Going Cold Behind Noida Builders'The ongoing audit exercise by global consultancy Currie & Brown on behalf of the Noida Authority shows only two of 15 builders might have diverted money collected from buyers to employ it elsewhere. When a large number of homebuyers approached Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath last year over delayed projects, most of them suspected fund diversion was the key reason behind developers failing to meet completion scheduled. There are about 94 stuck residential projects in Noida, in which about 78,000 people have invested.