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  • 25th Mar 19

    Registration For DDA Housing Scheme 2019 Now Open

    The Delhi Development Authority has announced the second phase of its housing scheme for 2019. The DDA in this phase will auction over 18,000 in the low-income, middle-income and high-income group categories in Delhi’s Vasant Kunj and Narela. The registration of these homes will start from March 25 and will end on May 10. The draw of lots for the scheme will be held in May-June while the allotment of the apartments will start in July.
  • 9th Mar 19

    Documents Required For Getting A Green Signal From MCD

    A look at the documents a developer has to submit to the MCD to get his building plans approved.
  • 8th Mar 19

    Work Set To Start On 5-Km Delhi Stretch Of Dwarka Expressway As Gadkari Lays Foundation Stone

    Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari, Arun Jaitley and Sushma Swaraj on March 8 laid the foundation stone of a five-kilometre stretch falling under Delhi. This new corridor will offer seamless connectivity between the two cities and decongest the traffic, besides bolstering real estate opportunities in the surrounding localities.
  • 7th Mar 19

    Cabinet Approves 3 Corridors Under Delhi Metro Phase-IV

    The Union Cabinet on March 7 approved Phase-IV of the Delhi Metro, paving the way for the construction of three new corridors, including the Mukundpur-Maujpur corridor, the RK Ashram-Janakpuri West corridor and the Aero City-Tughlakabad corridor. The combined length of these corridors will be 61.679 kilometre, spanning 46 Metro stations, 17 underground and 29 elevated. To be constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 25,000 crore, the three corridors take the Metro deeper into the national capital, improving connectivity while at the same time reducing traffic congestion.
  • 6th Mar 19

    Delayed For A Decade, RTR Flyover Still Struggles For Attention

    The Raja Tula Ram Flyover was proposed as a two-carriageway stretch but got converted into a single-lane flyover in 2009 due to objections raised by the residents calling it a constant source of ‘noise pollution’. While the single-carriageway flyover created further traffic bottlenecks, a parallel road was finally proposed in November 2014 which has already missed five deadlines. Now, the latest deadline has been set to June 2019 for which the Public Works’ Department is racing against time.
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