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      • 9th Apr 18

        Affordable Housing Hubs Of Noida, Ghaziabad Getting Dirtier

        Noida and Ghaziabad crossed the 300 mark as particulate matter-10 (PM10) levels touched a high on March 28. The situation was likely to prevail in the days to come, said experts.  According to another report by the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board, six cities in India’s most populous state have nearly four times the PM10 level against the permissible limit. In this list of 24 cities where an air quality check was conducted in February, Ghaziabad leads this pack while Lucknow and Kanpur are listed at the second and third place, respectively.  Noida occupies the fourth place.
      • 31st Mar 18

        State-Run NBCC to Build Affordable Homes

        While plans are underway to get on-board the National Building Construction Corporation to efficiently manage seized properties of defaulters, the state-run firm has also unveiled its plan to lend a helping hand to the government in meeting its housing-for-all-by-2022 target. Media reports say the NBCC plans to build over one lakh affordable housing units across major states of the country in the next five years. The total cost of carrying out the project is pegged at Rs 10,000 crore. The company might start work on such projects this year itself.
      • 12th Apr 18

        To Make Delhi 'World Class', DDA Presents Over Rs 8,000-Cr Budget

        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.
      • 6th Mar 18

        State Approves Construction In Aravali, Environmentalists Concerned

        Faridabad civic authority has finally issued a letter of intent to farmhouses and banquets that have come up in Aravali, side-lining the court orders that ban the construction in the natural conservation zone and restricts all types of commercial and industrial activity in the area.
      • 9th Apr 18

        Gurgaon Circle Rates Hiked By 15%

        In a move that is likely to help authorities meet the twin objectives of generating more revenues and equalising the differences in rates in various sectors, the Gurgaon district administration has hiked circle rates by up to 20 per cent, for the second time in two months. The revised circle rates come into effect from April 9. It was on February 12 when circles rates were revised in Gurgaon after a gap of four years.
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