07 Sep 2011
The Noida Authority is all set to put pressure on the builders and flat buyers in Patwari Village of Noida Extension.
27 Jul 2011
The Allahabad High Court’s directives on Tuesday gave some breather to the Greater Noida Development Authority (GNIDA) and the builders. It may come as a relief to the builders and the authority, who can try for out-of-court settlement with the farmers, but the situation has turned gruesome for those who have invested in the disputed region.
14 Dec 2011
After facing difficulties over land acquisition row, flat buyers in Greater Noida are set to face new hurdles in acquiring their dream homes following delay in approval of Greater Noida Master Plan 2021.
18 Jan 2013
With land prices skyrocketing in the NCR, the common man cannot even dream of owning a house which is one of the most common needs.
11 Dec 2011
The long-pending Metro expansion plan till Noida Sector-62 has finally got nod from the authorities. Besides benefitting many commuters, the move would also work as a metro bridge between Ghaziabad and Delhi.
05 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Low-cost airline SpiceJet has launched a pre-paid card scheme for its frequent fliers, offering them rewards points on purchase of products and services through the airline's website as well as online/offline shopping through its retail partners.
30 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Lok Sabha today extended the term of the joint committee of Parliament examining the contentious land bill till the last day of the Winter session amid protests by the Opposition.
20 Sep 2011
Taking into consideration the delay in disbursal of the bunch of cases filed in connection with land acquisition in Noida Extension, the Allahabad High Court has decided to conduct hearing over the petitions of the farmers on a day-to-day basis from Tuesday.
26 Nov 2015
New Delhi: CBI is likely to seek extension of police custody of media baron Peter Mukerjea in the Sheena Bora murder case. Sources in the agency said Peter's remand is necessary because he has been 'evasive' and 'not cooperating' with the agency.
16 Mar 2016
New Delhi: The Joint Committee of Parliament examining the contentious land bill was today granted a sixth extension of its term for over four months on grounds that several states are yet to furnish details to it on a clause relating to compensation.