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Health Dept To Levy Fine On Noida Developers FailingAfter the Noida authorities, in April, advised homebuyers and tenants in the city to make sure they do not live in units that are mosquito infected, the health department of Gautam Budh Nagar has come out with a directive for all gated communities, offices and hospitals to inspect the properties for presence of mosquitos. These structures, after the check, will have to issue an undertaking stating they would take action to prevent mosquito breeding sites.
#WorldEnvironmentDay: Noida Seeks Rs 433-Cr AssistanIn a recent study by a mobile application brand, launched last month in Paris, breathing in Noida’s air is equivalent to smoking 9.2 cigarettes a day. This makes Noida the world’s most polluted city. In order to curb the rising pollution levels, the UP pollution control board has in a letter to Union environment ministry sought an assistance of Rs 433 crore. The assistance will be used for upgrading infrastructure that could help bring down pollution levels in Noida and Greater Noida.
Noida Administration To Auction Property Of BuildersReal estate developers in Noida who owe money to the city authority and the administration stand to lose their assets with the Gautam Budh Nagar Administration deciding to auction them to recover dues. In a drive that would be launched on May 15, the city administration would also go after individuals and contractors also as it attempts to recover dues to the tune of Rs 227 crore.
All You Need To Know About Mumbai Metro Line-IThe commissioning of Line-I of the Mumbai Metro Project not only eliminated travel woes for Mumbaikars but gave a boost to the property prices in several micro-markets of the city. The elevated corridor connects the locality of Versova in the west to Ghatkopar in the east with a total of 12 stations covering 11.4 kilometre. Here is all you need to know about the Line.
Noida Builders' Unsold Flats May Be Given To AgitatiThe unsold inventory lying with Noida builders might be given to farmers as compensation, if the suggestions of the Noida district magistrate are accepted by the Uttar Pradesh government. In a letter to the state chief secretary, Gautam Buddh Nagar District Magistrate BN Singh has suggested that the three development bodies in the region should make use of the unsold flats and commercial establishment of developers to compensate farmers who have been staging frequent agitations owning to a long delay in getting compensation.