East Delhi- IGI Rd on cards

East Delhi-IGI Rd on cards

Rahul Chhabra, New Delhi, Sept 3, 2014, DHNS:

Barapullah Road may be extended till airport, NH-8

Travelling from east Delhi to the airport and the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway in the west could be reduced to just a zip thorugh.

Impressed by the success of the elevated Barapullah Road over a drain, the Delhi government is studying the feasibility of extending the signal-free road between Sarai Kale Khan and INA up to the airport and the Delhi-Gurgaon Highway – a part of the National Highway 8 going upto Jaipur.

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Skyscrapers of Delhi- NCR

Supertech Launches 'Supernova' at Sector 94, Noida


After the successful launch of North India's tallest residential development, North Eye, Supertech Limited has announced the launch of yet another one of its kind, grandeur project, 'Supernova', which is North India's biggest mixed-use development spread across 5 million sq. ft. of area. The project has five towers amongst which 'Spira' – The Iconic Tower is India's tallest mixed-use development having 80 floors which stand at 300 meters.

Supernova being a mixed use development project has residences, service apartments, hotels, shopping malls, office spaces and recreational centers. The benefit of mixed use development redefines Supernova as an epicenter. The project unveils opulence, luxury and elegance, with the world class luxurious modern conveniences.

On the occasion of the launch of Supernova, Mr. RK Arora, Chairman & Managing Director of Supertech Limited said, "With the dream of providing a world class architectural masterpiece, we are launching this spectacular project, which has five state-of-the-art world class towers including the India's tallest mixed use development that has 80 floors, which stands 300 meters high".
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Gurgaon or Noida: Best Satellite Town of Delhi-NCR

F1 powers Noida as Gurgaon hit with perils of rapid, unplanned growth

Arati R Jerath and Prabhakar Sinha, TNN Nov 16, 2011, 12.06pm IST

The poor cousin from Mayaland never looked this close to eclipsing the Millennium City, which is now an urban sprawl with a creaking infrastructure. Rapid unplanned growth has been Gurgaon's bane, while Noida rides the twin advantages of better planning and competent trunk infrastructure.

The unveiling of the state of-the-art Formula One racing track in Greater Noida and the world-class Yamuna Expressway leading up to it have sent a frisson of concern coursing through Gurgaon on Delhi's southern border.

Suddenly, there's a buzz about the poor cousin from the east side. Almost overnight, the badlands of Mayawati Pradesh have transformed into a Shanghai miracle with a scale and quality of construction not seen before in India. And it's threatening to put swanky Gurgaon in the shade.

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India`s First Private Metro: Gurgaon- RMGL to start from 2013

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Map-Sikandarpur-Sec 56-Rapid Metro Gurgaon Extension


Foundation stone laid for Gurgaon rail extension

04 Oct 2012 ⋅ by J. Kumarin Rail News, Rail Projects0 Comments

Chief Minister of Haryana Bhupinder Singh Hooda has laid the foundation stone for the extension of the Rapid Metro Gurgaon.

The proposed 7km South Extension of Gurgaon metro, once operational, will run from Sikenderpur station of Delhi Metro to Sector 56 in Gurgaon.

The public private partnership (PPP) project implemented on DBFOT – design Build Finance Operate and Transfer – mode will be developed with an investment of $41.18 million, which will be funded out of mix of debt and equity.

Construction work is expected to start by January 2013 and is scheduled to be completed by July 2015.

The route will have six stations and 12 trains are planned, each with three cars – both phases – for 15 minutes trip time with 2-4 minutes headway.

Land required for the project along road meridian will be made available by the government of Haryana.

The structure proposed is a double track standard gauge elevated viaduct along the road median. The structure will be designed to match the existing environment of the millennium city.

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NCR-Delhi to stop new plots scheme

बंगला हुआ पुराना, हाईराइज का जमाना

किरणपाल राणा नवयुग मार्केट
एनसीआर में कोठी – बंगले की चाहत रखने वालों के लिए बुरी खबर है। एनसीआर प्लानिंग बोर्ड एक ऐसी पॉलिसी पर काम कर रहा है , जिसके तहत मकान बनाने के लिए प्लॉट नहीं मिल सकेंगे। लोगों को ग्रुप हाउसिंग में फ्लैट लेकर ही रहना होगा। बोर्ड की यूपी सेल के चीफ कोऑर्डिनेटर एस . के . जमान के अनुसार , घरों की बढ़ती डिमांड और घटती जमीन के मद्देनजर ऐसा किया जा रहा है। बताते चलें कि केंद्रीय शहरी विकास मंत्री कमलनाथ ने भी हाल ही में दिल्ली में हाईराइज बिल्डिंगों की वकालत की थी।

यह है समस्या : एनसीआर प्लानिंग बोर्ड की सर्वे रिपोर्ट के के मुताबिक , गाजियाबाद में हर साल औसतन 1.97 लाख लोग नए मकानों की डिमांड करते हैं। जीडीए , आवास – विकास परिषद और यूपीएसआईडीसी इस जरूरत को पूरा करने के लिए काम करती हैं। हालांकि तीनों विभाग डिमांड पूरी नहीं कर पाते हैं। 2005 में प्रदेश सरकार ने पॉलिसी बदलकर हाउसिंग डिवेलपमेंट में प्राइवेट सेक्टर को भी मौका दिया। इसके बाद नई समस्या खड़ी हो गई। मकान बनाने के लिए बढ़ती जमीन की मांग के एवज में खेती की जमीन कम हो रही है। पिछले 5 साल में खेती की करीब 16 हजार एकड़ जमीन रेजिडेंशल यूज के लिए किसानों से ली गई। अब खेतों को बचाने के लिए बोर्ड नई पॉलिसी तैयार करने में जुटा है।
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Where to buy Real Estate? Query Corner

Where to buy real estate?

Published on Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 13:00 |  Source :

Updated at Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 22:47  

With prices and interest rates always on a high, real estate has been a hot topic since over a year now. However, when necessity dawns and buying is inevitable, the next big question that lingers on your mind is "Where should I buy?" offers you experts' advice on this and many other queries.

Below is a verbatim transcript of Knight Frank India's national director of residential agency Anand Narayanan's exclusive interaction with users.

Q: Hi, I want to buy a plot on Gurgaon Dwarka Expressway at Rs 40000 per yard. What do you think would be the return after five years?

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Delhi loses out to Gurgaon, Noida

Delhi loses out to Gurgaon, Noida
Hindustan Times
New Delhi, April 06, 2011

For aspiring migrants, it’s no longer ‘Dilli Chalo’. Driven by a booming services business, Gurgaon and Noida have emerged as the new centres of attraction. According to Census 2011, Delhi’s four satellite towns — Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad and Faridabad — registered rapid population increases duri
ng the last decade even as the Capital’s population growth rate nearly halved from the previous decade.
Although Gurgaon and Noida lead the pack, Faridabad and Ghaziabad, too, continue to draw migrants in large numbers. What’s more, experts say this shows Delhi is following the trends visible in other large metros around the world.
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Home prices dip on tighter liquidity

Metro home prices take a dip on tighter liquidity

The vision of owning a house is slowly getting clearer for buyers as residential real estate prices are beginning to see the promised correction on the back of hardening interest rates and poor transaction volumes.

Real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle India (JLL) says newly-launched residential projects are recording an average 15% lower prices, especially in Delhi and Mumbai ? markets witnessing oversupply in many pockets.

The higher the prices, more the correction, with Gurgaon, Greater Noida, Navi Mumbai and Bangalore as prime examples, where prices jumped 30-35% last year.

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Is buying land a good investment?

A plot of land can offer better returns in the long term compared with built property, but purchasing it can be problematic if you are not vigilant.


    For 32-year-old Sumana Chatterjee and her husband Sumitro Mukherjee, 33, it was a fruitful end to house hunting when they bought a plot of land in Vadodara, Gujarat. However, a few months after paying the full amount, the couple was shocked when they received a stop work notice from the court on the construction of their bungalow. “We found that there was another claimant for the land and that the property was under litigation,” says Chatterjee.
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Gurgaon: A preferred investment destination

Gurgaon is North India’s corporate destination


From a little known sleepy town of the yesteryear’s to becoming a major IT destination, Gurgaon has come a long way. Today,it is home to corporate offices of major MNCs and IT companies in the country.

One of the most important drivers for this prolific development is its geographical proximity to the nation’s capital,Delhi. Delhi has a ready pool of talent as many from the neighbouring states come into the capital either for higher studies or in search of jobs.What also triggered Gurgaon’s growth was the availability of land therefore affordable office space and excellent roadways.

Unlike Bengaluru which was a pure IT destination, the advantage Gurgaon had was the presence of other industries. This provided a ready market for the IT companies. The government too was very proactive in seizing the opportunity that presented and transforming it into a success story.

It offered IT companies an excellent infrastructure and other necessary assistance to help them set up shop there. Gurgaon has capitalized its strengths well and in the past 10 years acquired a momentum of its own which is commendable. Nonetheless,how growth happens tomorrow is a consequence of what is done today.

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Gurgaon hospitality boosted

19 Feb 2011

Business boosts Gurgaon hospitality

Gurgaon initially gained prominence as an outsourcing centre for major international companies that found it cheaper to locate their back-end operations in India due to the availability of high-quality but cost-effective employee resources. GE Capital initiated this trend and was the first multinational company to enter Gurgaon in 1997.

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Property Trend: Slump ahead?

Update 14 Feb 2011

The Bubble May be Set To Burst Again

Property prices in major Indian cities, including Mumbai and New Delhi, are set to slump by as much as 30% in the next three-six months as rising interest rates and tighter lending norms have led to a sharp drop in demand for homes.

"Softening in prices would begin in a month or two if sales continue to be low," said Adhidev Chattopadhyay, an analyst at Mumbai-based Edelweiss Securities Ltd. A Credit Suisse note on 19 January forecast that property sales in India may decline unless prices are cut 10-30%.

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New (South) Gurgaon: new growth centre


Gurgaon realty has always been centred on the Golf Course road and the M-G road. The attraction offered by the former is the mixed development of high specifications both in the residential and commercial segment while the latter has been popular on account of the malls and also for its connectivity to the NH-8.

With saturation setting in along these locations, developers have now focussed their attention on the Golf Course Extension Road and the Northern Peripheral Road. In early 2008, prices were in the range of Rs 3,000 a square foot. That has risen since then and today, projects command a price of Rs 6,000 and above per sq ft.

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Gurgaon bus terminus to come at Khusarpur

MCG nod for Khusarpur bus terminus

GURGAON: The transport departments much touted project to build bus terminuses in the city has got a push as the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) gave its green signal for one of the projected sites, Pawla Khusarpur, after a survey of more than a dozen locations. However, three other locations chosen by the transport authorities would require a clearance from the forest department before further development.

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IFFCO Chowk (Gurgaon) – Dwarka- IGI Airport Metro link status


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DMRC not game for route change

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times
Gurgaon, August 13, 2012

The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has ruled out any change in the route plan of the proposed high-speed Metro line connecting Iffco Chowk in Gurgaon and IGI Airport. The DMRC has also no plans to add new stations on the line.

The DMRC will soon submit the revised detailed

project report (DPR) to the Haryana government, said a senior DMRC official.

"We are in the last stages of finalising the DPR and hopefully submitting it to the state government in a week or two," he added.

It's a serious blow to Old Gurgaon residents who have been demanding a change in the proposed alignment.

"We will launch an agitation if the government fail to address our demand," said Ashok Taneja, a resident of old Gurgaon.

On February 3 this year, the DMRC had submitted the project report of the 12-km long high-speed Metro route with three metro stations in between IGI Airport and Iffco Chowk to the state government.

Under pressure from Old Gurgaon residents, the district officials raised some reservations to the project, saying the proposed link would serve no purpose to a large number of people living in the old city, or in the west side of the expressway.

The district officials suggested some changes: Divert the proposed route from Palam Vihar towards Rajiv Chowk along Atul Kataria and Sheetla Mata roads. Old Gurgaon residents had given representations to Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda twice.

The DMRC said the Haryana government should plan other routes to cater to the needs of Old Gurgaon residents.


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Gurgaon Shankar Chowk- Golf Course Road signal-free


16 लेन की सड़क का काम शुरू

Story Update : Wednesday, September 19, 2012     12:01 AM


गुड़गांव। दिल्ली-गुड़गांव एक्सप्रेस वे के शंकर चौक से लेकर सेक्टर 56 चौक के बाद आठ किमी की दूरी तक बनने वाली 16 लेन की सड़क और अंडरपास के साथ फ्लाईओवर का काम शुरू कर दिया गया है। इस काम को 30 माह के भीतर 457 करोड़ की लागत से किया जाना है।
इस काम के लिए हुडा की ओर से कार्यकारी अभियंता करतार सिंह को नोडल अधिकारी बनाया गया है। इस रोड पर रोजाना दिल्ली, फरीदाबाद व गुड़गांव के एक लाख से अधिक वाहन गुजरते हैं। चालकों को ढाई साल तक यहां ट्रैफिक समस्या से जूझना पड़ेगा। इस प्रोजेक्ट में सड़कों को आठ लेन से 16 लेन बनाने के साथ ही छह प्वाइंट पर अंडरपास और एक फ्लाईओवर का काम होना है। शंकर चौक फ्लाईओवर के सर्विस रोड पर, गेट वे टावर, सिकंदरपुर चौक, आरबीएस चौक, सेक्टर 42 चौक, गोल्फकोर्स रोड पर अंडरपास बनने हैं। एमजी रोड के द्रोणाचार्य स्टेशन के पास से सिकंदरपुर चौक तक बाइपास रोड पर फ्लाईओवर बनना है। इस संबंध में एसीपी ट्रैफिक रवींद्र तोमर ने बताया कि साइबर पार्क शंकर चौक से बनने वाले प्रोजेक्ट की जानकारी उनके पास है। सबसे पहले सड़कों को चौड़ी कर डबल लेन करने का प्रस्ताव है। अंडरपास के निर्माण के दौरान निकलने वाले ट्रैफिक के दबाव को कम करने के लिए समय पर निर्णय लिया जाएगा। उधर, हुडा की ओर से इस प्रोजेक्ट के लिए तैनात नोडल अधिकारी कार्यकारी अभियंता करतार सिंह ने बताया कि प्रोजेक्ट निर्माण के दौरान इस बात का खयाल रखा जाएगा कि गुजरने वाले वाहनों को किसी तरह की परेशानी न हो।

16-lane corridor to be linked to Rapid Metro
Deevakar Anand, Hindustan Times
Gurgaon, June 29, 2012

Conceived around four years ago, the much-awaited Rs. 600-crore Huda-DLF sector road is expected to be completed within the deadline of September 2014 despite the delay, an official said on Thursday. The 8.3-kilometre road that will allow signal-free travel from the Delhi-Gurgaon toll plaza to Golf Course Road will be constructed by June 2014, said S Roy, vice president, DLF corporate communications.
Construction major IL&FS has been awarded the contract for the 16-lane road which will reduce the travel time on the stretch from 30 minutes presently to seven minutes.

"The road will cater to approximately 15 lakh commuters, including corporates and residents," said DLF officials. The road extends from Gateway Tower on NH-8 to the end of Sector 55-56 and is designed to accommodate higher traffic volume.
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Reliance to Exit Haryana SEZ

Reliance Industries mulling to exit Haryana SEZ project

S.P.S. Pannu

New Delhi

January 17, 2012    

Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) appears to be pulling out of the its special economic zone (SEZ) project near Gurgaon as the company is in the process of informing the Haryana government that it is ready to hand back 1,400 acres of land allotted to it for setting up the venture.

RIL's Haryana SEZ was being set up through a special purpose vehicle (SPV) in which RIL had a 90 per cent stake while the Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corp Ltd (HSIIDC) held the remaining 10 per cent as sweat equity.
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Gurgaon- No Power Cuts from 2013?

State to set up gas-based power plant in F’bad

KAITHAL: The Haryana government is planning to set up a 1,500 MW gas- based power plant in Faridabad to serve the energy needs of the NCR region, including Gurgaon.

Chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said that efforts are on to make the state self-reliant in power by 2012.
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Gurgaon Eway (NH-8) widening


Spots identified for flyovers, underpasses

Dhananjay Jha, Hindustan Times
Gurgaon, February 17, 2012

The stakeholders of the Delhi-Gurgaon expressway have identified points to set up facilities such as cloverleaves, underpasses and flyovers.  A recent high-level meeting of National Highway Authority of India (NHAI), Huda, Delhi-Gurgaon Super Connectivity Ltd, zeroed in on Shankar

Chowk as the spot for setting up a cloverleaf flyover.

Officials also agreed to build a flyover or an underpass between Shankar Chowk and Iffco Chowk, while an underpass is likely to come up at Hero Honda Chowk.

However, the officials of the stakeholder bodies are yet to thrash out the crucial cost-sharing issue. There has not been any meeting of minds on this issue so far.

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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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