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Purvanchal Expressway Moves A Step Closer To RealityThe Uttar Pradesh government has approved various proposals submitted by shortlisted builders for different packages of the expressway. These projects will be implemented in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) model. The expressway will be constructed between capital Lucknow and Ghazipur connecting interior and semi-developed towns of the state.
Lucknow Metro Crosses 10-Lakh Mark, Realty Along TheIn merely 70 days into its operations, the Lucknow Metro crossed the 10-lakh mark in terms of ridership on November 15. Some of the passenger-centric provisions, including free Wi-Fi for smart card users, water, toilets, disabled-friendly infrastructure, toll-free helplines, etc., have made it popular among daily commuters. MakaaniQ on how the Metro rail project along with other regulatory reforms will give a fillip to the city's property market.
Want Prime Property In Lucknow? Head Towards AP SenFrom Rs 3,000-4,000 per square foot (psf) in 2012, property prices at AP Sen Road have gone in the range of Rs 5,000 to Rs 7,500 psf now. Those searching for spacious residential properties offering quality living can find good deals at AP Sen Road within the range of Rs 1-2 crore. While developers are offering various kinds of housing configurations, the demand is inclined more towards 2BHK apartments.
A Peek Into India's Most Expensive Billionaire HomesIndia is home to as many as 101 billionaires, making it the fourth highest number in the world. Most of these super-rich personalities own some expensive properties, which of course come with all the luxuries of the world, and have a jaw-dropping price tag. Here we list seven such billionaire homes in India.
Indian Cities That Are Free From Air PollutionA recent report published by Greenpeace India listed 280 Indian cities ranked according to their particulate matter (PM10) levels. Among many cities in north India which have dangerously high PM10 levels, the national capital was at the top spot. Hassan in Karnataka has consistently appeared among the least polluted cities in India with a PM10 level of 26 microgram per cubic metre (µg/m3). Few cities in Kerala, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, West Bengal, Meghalaya and Chhattisgarh managed to scrape through with PM10 levels lower than the annual permissible concentration of 60 µg/m3 set under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).