Delhi • Real Estate News

AAP government seeks probe against Sheila Dikshit over unauthorized colonies

Written by Jayanta Wednesday, 05 February 2014

( 0 Votes )The move comes after the President sought Delhi government’s comments on the report of the Lokayukta in which Justice Manmohan Sarin in November 2013 had ruled that granting of provisional certificate for regularisation of unauthorised colonies in 2008 by Dikshit was done to gain political mileage in the elections. During the subsequent...
 

Revive dying Yamuna wetlands to purify water: Experts

Written by Jayanta Tuesday, 04 February 2014

( 0 Votes )NEW DELHI: Once a desolate spot, Yamuna Biodiversity Park has now become a favourite haunt of bird-watchers. The park has been welcoming hundreds of migratory birds from Siberia, Europe and the Himalayas every year, but this year, hundreds of Red-crested Pochards have been sighted in the park. Scientists credit the successful restoration of the...

Facing flak, DDA to offer only completed flats in new scheme

Written by Jayanta Saturday, 01 February 2014

( 0 Votes )New Delhi: The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) seems to have learnt from its past mistakes and has promised to offer only ready to move in flats in its future projects. The DDA will soon launch its new 2014 housing scheme. The authority had faced a lot of criticism for providing incomplete flats that lacked even basic facilities like water and...
 

Work on parallel bridge at Okhla Barrage to start in February

Written by Jayanta Saturday, 01 February 2014

( 0 Votes )NOIDA: The Noida Authority is set to start work on a six-lane bridge, parallel to the existing Okhla Barrage, this month bringing a sigh of relief to thousands of commuters who travel between Delhi, Noida and Faridabad. Technical bids for the project are to be finalized on February 3, while financial bids will be decided a week later. According to...

Market cautious but optimistic

Written by Jayanta Friday, 31 January 2014

( 0 Votes )NEW DELHI: Land pooling policy once implemented is expected to strongly impact the real estate market. With the policy already in practice in Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, experts—from academicians to real estate consultants—praise it on paper but are cautious in absence of any independent study. “There have been too many issues with acq...
 

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