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    • 30th Jan 19

      All You Need To Know About Ganga Expressway

      The Uttar Pradesh government on January 29 gave its approval for the construction of the Ganga Expressway, a project which was first announced in 2007. The 600-km, six-lane expressway, which is aimed at providing fast road connectivity between western and eastern UP, is touted to be the world’s longest, once completed. This expansive project will cover 6,550 acre of land and will be constructed by the state government at a cost of Rs 36,000 crore. The expressway will also be equipped to act as an emergency airstrip, too.
    • 23rd Nov 16

      11 Features Of The Agra-Lucknow Expressway

      Running across 10 districts, 236 villages and 3,500 hectares of land, the expressway will connect to the famous Yamuna Expressway via the Agra Ring Road.
    • 9th Dec 16

      Studying The Impact Of Agra-Lucknow Expressway On Real Estate Market

      The Agra Lucknow Expressway opens for public use from December 23, and will be connecting national capital via the Yamuna Expressway. As the travel time will be reduced to six hours from 10 at present, the expressway will be acting as a catalyst for the Noida real estate market. This is expected to impact Noida realty as investors from small cities of Shikohabad, Firozabad, Etawah, Kannauj, Kanpur and Unnao have started showing interest in areas close to expressways.
    • 21st Feb 17

      In Getting Back To Basics Lies The Key To Solving Urban Woes

      India is in the middle of an urban revolution that will change the way we live. More and more people will shift to cities and participate in economic activities, thus doing their bit towards nation building. However, large-scale urbanisation comes with its own set of problems.
    • 18th Apr 19

      5 Heritage Sites That Tower Over Mumbai's High-Rises

      The architectural history of the Maximum City would never be complete without listing its age-old buildings that stand tall in the city landscape, even as new high-rises keep coming up across the city. Most of these heritage structures that stand in the city today were built in the British period and display the Victorian Neo-Gothic, the Indo-Saracenic and Neo-classical architectural styles. Classified as Grade-I, Grade-II A & B and Grade-III, these heritage structures fall under the jurisdiction of the Mumbai Heritage Conservation Committee.
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