Delhi • Real Estate News

Monument conservation project stuck

Written by Jayanta Wednesday, 05 March 2014

( 0 Votes )NEW DELHI: A project for the conservation of 16 unprotected monuments is stuck due to lack of funds. With no government now in power in Delhi, officials say clearances for Phase II of the project—conceived by Delhi government’s archaeological department and Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (Intach)—could take several mon...
 

Water bodies victim of buck passing

Written by Jayanta Monday, 03 March 2014

( 0 Votes )NEW DELHI: Delhi government’s poor documentation and conservation of water bodies is well-known. But when new water bodies are identified, even those are not preserved because nobody seems to know which agency is responsible for its upkeep. Two water bodies in Dhulsiras village near Dwarka, that are not on government’s records because...

Over 5,000 DDA flats unallotted

Written by Jayanta Thursday, 27 February 2014

( 0 Votes )New Delhi: Residents of Delhi may be waiting for Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to offer new flats, but there are about 5,970 flats lying vacant in the city. These vacant flats are in various categories, including high income group (HIG), middle income group (MIG), low income group (LIG), self financing scheme (SFS) and economically weaker...
 

Infra development in new legal colonies comes to standstill

Written by Jayanta Tuesday, 25 February 2014

( 0 Votes )UNFULFILLED PROMISES Work has lost its steam because of political turmoil, technical issues Development work in the 1,000-odd regularised colonies has almost come to a standstill, all because of the political turmoil in the city over the past two months. The work to provide basic amenities to lakhs of people of living in these colonies had started...

Toll-free ride will make business boom, say industrialists

Written by Jayanta Sunday, 23 February 2014

( 0 Votes )GURGAON: Industry honchos have described the removal of toll on the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway as a game-changer that will financially benefit thousands of commuters. “The removal means every commuter who drives from Delhi to Gurgaon will save Rs 30,000 annually, including in toll and fuel cost borne during the wait at the toll. Other than...
 

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