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No Further Expansion, Will Improve Present Form Of GAfter a meeting which was attended by real estate developers active in the City of Malls on April 12 in Chandigarh, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said his government had divided the city into four zones to carry out the development work to achieve that specific target. The move, the CM claims, has benefited the city -- various projects are under the final stages of completion.
Delhi Metro Won't Offer Overnight Service, Says PuriAccording to Housing Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, the Delhi Metro will not offer overnight services since that time is used for the maintenance of trains.
Get Ready To Pay More For Water In NoidaIf you live in Noida, the national capital region’s common hub of information technology and affordable housing, get ready to pay more for water. While the charges have been increased by up to 10 per cent for low-income group flats and 80 villages, rates have been increased by up to 25 per cent for residential, industrial, institutional and commercial categories. Bills generated from April 1, 2018 would reflect the hiked rates.