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Gurgaon Civic Authority Cracks Down On Squatters, IlAfter Delhi, the illegal constructions in Gurgaon has come under the scanner of civic authorities as major drives are being conducted across the town to remove squatters and encroachments from the streets and the residential colonies. In a recent move, three enforcement teams from the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) removed illegal occupants from 11 areas in the city which includes Sadar Bazaar, Jacobpura, Rajiv Chowk, Sohna Road, Subhash Chowk, Tikri village, sectors 40, 44, 45, Silokhra and Sikanderpur. These encroachments were also causing congestion on arterial roads.
Gurgaon Circle Rates Hiked By 15%In a move that is likely to help authorities meet the twin objectives of generating more revenues and equalising the differences in rates in various sectors, the Gurgaon district administration has hiked circle rates by up to 20 per cent, for the second time in two months. The revised circle rates come into effect from April 9. It was on February 12 when circles rates were revised in Gurgaon after a gap of four years.
To Make Delhi 'World Class', DDA Presents Over Rs 8,The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has pegged its Budget Expenditure for the financial year 2018-19 at over Rs 8,000 crore. To turn the national capital into a "world-class city" through various projects, the DDA would spend Rs 3,633 crore on building houses and shops, Rs 765 crore on land acquisition, Rs 2,348 crore on land development and Rs 1,286 crore on establishment.
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.