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    • 17th Oct 17

      4 Reasons To Buy Property In Gurgaon Sector 65

      MakaaniQ on what makes Sector 65 at the Golf Course Extension Road a perfect choice for investors as well as homebuyers.
    • 19th Nov 18

      Delhi Metro's Blue Line Extension To Noida Sec 62 To Open In January

      Soon, people working in Noida Sector 62 won’t have to rely on auto-rickshaws and hired cabs for commuting as the Delhi Metro’s Blue Line extension from Noida City Centre to Noida Sector 62 and Electronic City will get operational by January next year. At present, only Delhi Transport Corporation-run buses and private autos are available for public transit in the area. The same is true of several areas of Ghaziabad that lie close to Sector 62.
    • 22nd Jan 18

      3 Noida Localities Where Renting Options Are Aplenty

      Renters in Noida are able to get exactly what they like without having to burn a hole in their pocket. Unlike, say, Delhi, one would have to be content with an old unit that comes for a premium rent. Unlike, say, Gurgaon, you would not have to pay a bomb to be able to enjoy world-class amenities. Little wonder then that more and more people opt for Noida for rental options. If you are one of those, we are going to tell you where exactly to find your perfect rented home faster.
    • 3rd Jun 16

      How Will NH-24 Expansion Change The Face Of NCR?

      The work to expand the highway is under way, which will give a fillip to the housing sector in the area.
    • 14th Dec 18

      Developers, Buyers In Bengaluru Worried Over New NGT Norms

      On December 6, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) had issued orders to ban construction activities up to 75 metres from the boundary of stormwater drains (SWDs), also referred to as rajakaluves. Aimed at preserving the Bellandur and Agara lakes that have become highly polluted, the decision by NGT implies serious trouble for those structures that have been built, following the old buffer zone rules. As per earlier NGT regulations, a buffer area of 50 metres for primary stormwater drains, 35 metres for secondary ones and buffer area of 25 metres for tertiary drains has been allowed. Karanataka government will file an appeal, seeking review of the recent ruling.
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