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  • 8th Jan 19

    All You Need To Know About Mumbai-Nagpur Super Expressway

    The Rs 49,247-crore project announced by the Devendra Fadnavis government is being developed by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation. With eight lanes, the 701-km super expressway has been designed to have vehicles running at a speed of up to 150 kilometre per hour (km/h) on flat terrain and up to 100 km/h on the mountainous terrain. These speeds will help the commuters travel from Mumbai to Aurangabad in four hours and another four hours to reach Nagpur.
  • 30th Oct 18

    How To Convert Agricultural Land For Residential Use

    Under the provisions of the law, agricultural land could only be used for agricultural purposes. To use it for a purpose other than that i.e. residential, commercial or industrial, the owner has to seek an approval from authorities concerned and change the “land use”. In most states the authority to grant land use lies with the revenue department. An obligatory charge, which varies from state to state, must also be paid by the person who is seeking of conversion of land use.
  • 31st Jul 18

    Likely Risks If You Live Near An Airport

    Investing in a perfect location may help you reap gains but it is advisable to take note of governmental sanctions and health hazards before you park your money.
  • 20th Jul 18

    Pune Is The Noisiest In Maharashtra, Says Report

    According to a recently published report by the National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (Neeri), honking is one of the most problematic causes of noise pollution in most of the cities in Maharashtra. A survey done by the institute also suggests that Pune is the noisiest city in Maharashtra as it records considerably higher than the prescribed limit of decibel levels in many areas.
  • 6th Nov 17

    SC Demands Details From Centre On Waste Management Rules In Cities

    India generates about 60 million tonnes of solid waste in a year which has been a major source of several diseases such as Malaria, Dengue and Chikungunya. Recently the Supreme Court sought details from the Centre on steps taken to implement Solid Waste Management rules across the country, citing lack of waste management as the cause for several vector-borne disease related deaths. The number of deaths has increased in states like West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Maharashtra. The core solution focuses on organized garbage and waste management at source, particularly in housing societies and commercial establishments.
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