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Barapullah Road Phase II, III Set To Make Commute EaBarapullah Road Phase II and III will make the commute easier between east and south Delhi. The stretch when operational would start at Mayur Vihar Metro station and would end at Aurobindo Marg and INA Market. The total commute time from east Delhi to airport will come down to 40 minutes. The corridor would also connect NH-24 and NH-8, providing a signal-free ride to the commuters plying towards south Delhi.
Delhi Corporations Intensify Action Against EncroachAfter a demolition drive in Asola on March 14 and in Mehrauli on April 12, the South Delhi task force recently carried out a drive in Adhchini. Forty-year-old shops and a room that was found to be encroaching were razed. Not just these places, in March, the Delhi Traffic Police were able to remove encroachments from 32.5 km of roads in the national capital.
Noida Authority Announces Budget For 2018-19, FocuseThe Noida authority announced a budget of Rs 4,350.11 crore for the year 2018-19 on April 26. With a reduction of Rs 3,720 crore from the last year’s Rs 8,070 crore, the authority still hopes to have a surplus of Rs 37.19 crore. It is aiming to garner revenue worth Rs 4,337.3 crore through lease rent, property transfer fee, land sale, builder land dues, water bills, etc. It announced the allocation for the elevated road project over Shahdara drain. Besides increasing the rate of one-time lease rent, the civic body took decisions on paying guest policy and renting of plots.
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.