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Mumbai Metro Line-IV To Get Operational By 2021The Mumbai Metro Line-IV has been planned as a fully elevated corridor with 32 stations from Wadala near south Mumbai and Kasarvadavli near Thane West via Ghatkopar and Mulund. There are plans to extend the line by 2.7 kilometres to Gaimukh. The 32.32-kilometre Metro corridor has an estimated cost of Rs 14,549 crore and is expected to be completed by 2021.
All You Need To Know About Mumbai Metro's Line VThe Line V of the Mumbai Metro will connect Kapurbawdi in Thane West to Kalyan via Bhiwandi. Being constructed at an estimated cost of Rs 8,416 crore, the corridor spans a total length of 24.9 kilometres with an interchange facility with Line IV from Kapurbawdi junction. An elevated corridor, the project is expected to improve Mumbai-Thane connectivity while increasing employment opportunities and creating growth centres. Some localities which are expected to benefit from the project include Nilje, Bhiwandi and Kalyan. The project is expected to be completed by 2022.
SC Asks Jaypee To Deposit Rs 600 Cr; Buyers Demand NOn July 4, the SC pronounced some relief to the ailing company and offered a concession. Jaypee will now have to pay Rs 600 crore to refund homebuyers post which the apex court has assured that it would ask the National Company Law Tribunal at Allahabad to expedite the case and decide on revival or restructuring.
5 Interesting Facts About Hyderabad's HITEC CityHITEC City is one of the top real estate destinations in the city which means capital appreciation is a given. However, over the last few years, the property market here has remained stable registering a slight increase in values. Data with PropTiger.com show that in April 2013, the average capital value of a property (apartments only) in HITEC City was Rs 4,200 per square foot (sqft). By August 2017, the values have risen marginally and stand at Rs 4,825 per sq ft.
Here's Why Delhi Is Losing Out On Its Fun QuotientThere is no dearth of entertainment options in Delhi. In fact, the fun quotient is doubled owing to the strategic placement of two popular entertainment hubs - Gurgaon and Noida, with Delhi. Khan Market, a bustling retail destination and plush locality in south Delhi, attracts hordes of shoppers and tourists. However, the national capital is seen losing its sheen as a fun city. Why so?