GNoida Formula One (F1) Budha Circuit: On fast track

Sebastian Vettel wins inaugural Indian Grand Prix (please read below articles )

Final Position/Result

Below links have fabulous videos of 1st lap on the track after its completion. The track looks so good that it would do India a great proud.

Following links have some of the best photographs ever taken for Greater Noida Budha Circuit- Don't miss them

Would you like to see eye-catching  3D of this fantastic F1 track- refer below link for official preview video of the F1 track

Greater Noida F1 Track- Fantastic Preview 3D


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Noida-Greater Noida Expressway : Express development

Noida expressway is a realty hotspot

The 23km-long Noida-Greater Noida Expressway is turning into a hotspot for realty development.
Considering the fastpaced development of infrastructure along the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, developers, realtors and property professionals are all upbeat about the future prospects of real estate in this emerging hot location.
The six-lane Noida-Greater Noida Expressway connecting with the 165km Yamuna Expressway promises to put property in these twin real estate hotspots of the NCR on a fast track. Special economic zones (SEZs), hotels, and commercial and residential complexes coming up on the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway offer great scope for strong and sustained growth for all real estate segments. Read more…

Noida crime control plan to cost 380 cr


Rs 380-crore security plan for Noida to check crime graph

Noida, Feb 2 (PTI) A Rs 380-crore security and surveillance plan for Noida and other areas of Gautam Budh Nagar district, reeling under a rising crime graph, was appproved today which includes installing CCTV cameras.
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Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC): Biggest project of free India





DMIC corridor Map

Why India may see several ‘little Singapore’ smart cities in 5 years

18 Aug 2014

The government has already initiated concrete steps to implement Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s promise of building 100 ‘smart cities’ – eco-friendly cities which use innovative Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for efficient delivery of public services and infrastructure.

PM Modi’s pet idea of building 100 ‘smart cities’ would need massive financial resources and technological prowess. For both these prerequisites, India will have to look up to foreign countries. Many countries have expressed their interest towards this endeavour of the new Indian government.

The Modi government has allocated Rs 7,060 crore (a little over $1.1 billion) in its maiden union budget to kickstart the smart cities project.

Singapore has emerged as a major foreign player in the Indian scheme of things in this context.

The government plans to deliver three smart cities by 2019, all of which will be part of the larger project called Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC). These smart cities, scheduled to be completed by 2019, are Dholera, Shendra-Bidkin and Global City.

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Faridabad: Kalindi Kunj bypass revived

PWD plans elevated stretches for Kalindi bypass

Ruhi Bhasin, TNN, Jan 30, 2011, 05.33am IST

NEW DELHI: The Kalindi bypass might now be constructed with some of its stretches elevated on the lines of the Barapullah road, according to Public Works Department (PWD). The project conceptualized in 2002 landed in trouble over issues such as land acquisition and construction near the riverbank. The civic body claims that the elevated stretches will be the answer to all these problems. PWD is also looking at re-alignment of the proposed stretch and will soon hire a consultant to prepare a feasibility report.
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Indian cities with good demand for office office

7 cities soaked most office space in '10


MUMBAI: The top seven cities in the country absorbed 32 million square feet of office space in 2010, stated an India Office Market View report by global property consultant C B Richard Ellis, which was released on Monday. The report covers Grade A and Grade B office space rentals and market movements across the national capital region (NCR), Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune and Kolkata.

Mumbai, NCR, Bangalore and Hyderabad led the country in space absorption.

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130 M Expressway and Ghaziabad Link Road update

Greater Noida farmers agree to not obstruct link road work

TNN | Dec 26, 2012, 02.11 AM IST
GREATER NOIDA: The Greater Noida Authority has claimed that it has resolved all problems obstructing completion of the eight-lane link road to Noida following a meeting with farmers of Greater Noida (West). Work on the delayed link road, slated to provide signal-free connectivity to Noida, Delhi and Greater Noida, will resume at once and the project will be completed by April next year, Authority officials said.

On Monday, a committee of the Authority led by OSD Yogendra Yadav met farmers of Devla, Khairpur Gurjar and Maicha villages to sort out their grievances. Even though the Greater Noida Master Plan 2021 was approved by the NCR Planning Board earlier this year paving the way for all stalled development work in the region, these farmers have been opposing the Authority's decision to resume work on the 130m road. Farmers had been saying that unless the Authority disburses enhanced compensation, allots 10% developed plots, and carries out rural development work, they will not allow any development work.

"Devla and Khodna Khurd villagers had been demanding development work in the area and we have already begun construction of roads, laying down new sewer networks, building schools, installing streetlights, etc in these areas. Similar development work will be undertaken in eight more villages," said an Authority official.

"The abadi matters and disbursement of compensation cheques too will be completed soon," he said.

The 130m-wide link road is being constructed between Parthala Khanjarpur in Sector 122 of Noida and Sirsa-Kasna in Greater Noida. Work has remained stalled for over a year due to the land row.

Greater Noida Authority CEO Rama Raman had met farmers and held special camps last month to sort out the matter, but in vain.

However, the Authority claims that with the rural development work already on in some villages, the villagers have agreed to not obstruct the work on the link road any more.
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Yamuna Expressway: Menace of Traffic Demons


Yamuna-Expressway-Map-with-New-Township-Location; Satellite Image of Yamuna Expressway at Starting Point near Pari Chowk

Infrastructure Development Along Yamuna-Expressway-KM wise Map

Map-Showing-Exit to Agra from Taj Expressway

Yamuna-Expressway-Details and Safety-Aspects

Yamuna-Expressway-Opening in Jan 2012-News

NH24-to-Yamuna Expressway-via-Noida Sec 78

E-way haven for speed demons: Non-functional cameras fail to check speeding on Yamuna Expressway

By Kumar Vikram

PUBLISHED: 22:34 GMT, 9 September 2012 | UPDATED: 00:40 GMT, 10 September 2012

Driving on the wide, signal-free Yamuna Expressway can be a delight. But over-speeding presents a major hazard for the people travelling on the 165-km stretch – especially when the system installed to check the menace does not work properly.

The expressway that connects Greater Noida and Agra was thrown open to the public on August 9.

Greater Noida police officials say they are unable to prosecute speed offenders because the communication system and cameras installed for the purpose fail frequently.

Offenders often go scot free because the police are unable to issue challans thanks to glitches in the system

One is legally allowed to press the accelerator up to the speed of 100 km/hour on the expressway, however, many vehicles have been found driving in excess of 125 km/hr, they said.

Giving an instance, a police official posted at a check post on the expressway said they noticed a car speeding at over 120 km/hr on Tuesday.

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Greater Noida Metro- Status

Greater Noida Metro Route





Greater Noida Metro-Route-Stations


Noida-Greater Noida metro extension to be open by March 2017

The said extension, that will be an extension of two lines, namely Dwarka Sector 21-Noida City Centre and the upcoming Noida-Noida Sector 62 stretch, will comprise 21 stations.

By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: December 18, 2015 8:35 pm

The 30-km long elevated Noida-Greater Noida metro extension is likely to be thrown open by March 2017, months ahead of its deadline, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation chief Mangu Singh said today.

Singh made the comments at an event to mark the installation of the first ‘U-girder’, horizontal segments on which metro tracks are laid on elevated sections, of this upcoming corridor.

Singh expressed hope that in view of the “fast pace” of construction, it “should be possible” to open this section for the public a few months before the schedule.
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High prices n weak demand impact realty firms

Growth of realty firms reined in by high prices, weak demand

Home sales have dropped in what’s traditionally been the strongest quarter for property sector

14 Jan 2011

Growth of most real estate companies in the December quarter remained muted on the back of higher pricing, weak demand and delayed project approvals.

Residential volumes declined in what is seasonally considered to be the strongest quarter that’s typically boosted by festive sales, said analysts.

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Underground parking near Noida metro stations

Noida Authority is planning to construct underground parking near metro stations. This would ease pressure on the key roads due to un-authorised parking done by residents on the side of the road. The underground parking would be two storied and the construction would start in 2011

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Realty could slow down due to price and interest rates

10 Jan 2011

Housing demand to slow down on higher price and mortgage rate

New Delhi, Jan 10 (PTI) Housing demand is likely to slow down due to higher prices and increased home loan rates in the current year, rating agency Fitch said today.
"The higher prices combined with the increase in interest rates on mortgages in 2011 is likely to slow down growth in the residential segment," Fitch said in a report referring to demand and sales.
After a huge slump in 2009, real estate sales zoomed on in 2010, driven by pent-up demand for homes, particularly in the affordable housing segment. The trend was witnessed throughout the country.
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Tips on finding right property broker

 Jan 11 2011

Get your broker to earn his commission

Brokers are supposed to provide a host of services, apart from just showing you a house. Before signing the cheque, ensure they deserve i

Think of buying a house and it’s not just the price of the property you need to consider. There are other big-ticket expenses such as paying the stamp duty and the brokerage. Striking a property deal without a broker is difficult. But the broker’s responsibility doesn’t just stop at introducing the owner and the buyer. Though the unorganized real estate sector leaves the responsibilities of the broker unclear, a broker’s job doesn’t end until you have moved into an undisputed, clean house.

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Where to invest in 2011 ?

Expensive Real Estate Markets are Due For A Correction

But prudent investors will find plenty of opportunities in premium and redevelopment projects

by T Surendar | Jan 7, 2011

In late November, soon after environment minister Jairam Ramesh gave the green signal for Mumbai’s second airport, property prices around its location shot up by 20 percent. This was the same area that, even six months ago, real estate consultants and analysts were advising investors to stay away from. They reasoned that the prices had run up way too quickly. Today, the same professionals are recommending buying select properties in the same area at higher prices.
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NCR-Delhi: Property trend for 2011

Property prices to rise in next one year, then correct: NHB

PTI, Jan 5, 2011, 06.21pm IST

NEW DELHI: Housing regulator, NHB, which is awaiting USD 500 million loan from the World Bank for low cost housing, today said property prices would rise in the next one year, but that would result in correction in these rates in all the metros subsequently. "In the next one year, property prices would be moving northwards which will create a dampening impact on demand, resulting in correction of prices," NHB Chairman R V Verma told reporters on the sidelines of Skoch summit.
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Things to check before buying farmland, sr citizen or retail space

3 property deals that need extra thought


Though they are attractive, there are risks and restrictions involved. Know them before you buy. The real estate market witnessed a buying/selling frenzy in 2006-07 and the beginning of 2008. Foreign direct investment, introduced in 2005, had settled in by then and prices were up 40-50% the actual values. In some cases, prime properties were sold 10 times in a month. For buyers, any property became worth buying. An upcoming apartment in a distant suburb, a vacant plot, a redevelopment project or commercial or agricultural plots, buyers saw investment opportunities everywhere.

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NCR-Delhi attracts FDI

Over 50% of FDI went to Maharashtra, NCR‎ in H1 FY'11

Press Trust of India, December 27, 2010 (New Delhi)

Maharashtra and the National Capital Region accounted for over 50 per cent of foreign direct investment inflows into the country during the first half of 2010-11, says the latest Industry Ministry data. Maharashtra attracted the maximum foreign direct investment (FDI) of about $2.67 billion (Rs. 12,275 crore) during April-September, 2010, accounting for 34 per cent of the total FDI in the country during the period. Delhi's National Capital Region (NCR), including parts of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, received $1.96 billion (Rs. 8,961 crore) of FDI during the period. NCR accounted for 20 per cent of the total FDI in the country. During the period, India attracted $11 billion of FDI, the data said. According to experts, the good infrastructure of states like Maharashtra and Delhi made them more attractive FDI destinations than states with poor roads and power facilities.

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NCR-Delhi: Realty Trend for 2011

Residential market looks up

DHNS, 31 Dec 10

What defines this year in terms of real estate? The RBI seeing red over the teaser home loan regime, its move to tighten the flow of 'easy money' into the real estate market or the residential sector spearheading recovery of market economy…DH Realty looks back.

A good year for residential sector, not a full recovery for the commercial sector, status quo in terms of Bangalore’s infrastructure…That has been the story of the year gone by for the real estate sector.

According to a survey by, “the year 2010 can be considered a mixed year for the Indian real estate sector. The industry displayed some positive signs of revival with homebuyers and investors coming back to the property market on the back of a higher consumer confidence and the promise of sustained GDP growth. This lead to hardening of the property prices in the beginning of 2010. The home prices moved up at a brisk pace during Oct 2009 to March 2010. The sudden and steep rise in prices created a fear in the mind of the genuine homebuyers and they adapted a wait and watch approach during the second half of 2010.”

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Noida-GNoida Society Flats: Registry deadline of 15 March 11

Update 29 Dec 10,


If you hold a society flat in Noida-Greater Noida or anywhere in in GB Nagar, get ready to complete registration of your flats by 15 March 11. This deadline had been given by SC that has given a decision in favour of govt authorities.

For more info, refer below article

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No Toll on Greater Noida Expressway ?

‘No toll’ for G Noida e-way

28 Dec 10

Relief is in the offing for thousands of vehicles which use the 24-km-long Noida-Greater Noida Expressway every day. The state government may let the link road remain toll-free. Early this year, the government had issued a notification, saying a toll plaza would be set up on the highway (near Amity University) next year.

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