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मुंडका - बहादुरगढ़ वाया टीकरी बॉर्डर
लंबाई : 11 किलोमीटर
स्टेटस - डीपीआर शहरी विकास मंत्रालय और हरियाणा सरकार को अक्टूबर के आखिरी सप्ताह में सौंप दी गई
प्रस्तावित स्टेशन - मुंडका इंडस्ट्रियल एरिया , घेवरा , टीकरी बॉर्डर ( दिल्ली की तरफ ), मुंडका इंडस्ट्रियल एस्टेट , बस स्टैंड , सिटी पार्क ( हरियाणा )
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- What are the current rates of Plots in Bgarh ? Rates must rise with the news of MetroCommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by guesswhoWhat are the current rates of Plots in Bgarh ? Rates must rise with the news of Metro
In HUDA Sectors it varies from 16000/- per sq.yards to 35000/- per sq.yards, depending upon the locations of Sectors sizes of plots & proximity to NH-10. This was what I heard through words of mouth last time in October 2011. Bahadurgarh Bypass is also on the verge of completion and Metro is also coming, so definitely it's going to be good deal at present rates.
Still looking for updates on current prices in HUDA Sector No. 9 and 9A:bab (35):CommentQuote0Flag
- Nearest IT SEZ from Bahadurgarh is 11.0 kms
The construction of the hub (by Delhi State Industrial Development corporation Ltd.), to be spread over an area of 150 acres, will start within nine months. The initial work on an IT park in Baprola for knowledge-based industries has also been completed. The park, to be spread over an area of 77 acres, will be built at an investment of Rs 1,200 crore. It is expected to provide direct employment to one lakh people and indirect employment to around two lakh people
Proposed Baprola IT SEZ is about 12.0 kms from Bahadurgarh via najafgarh.
Proposed non polluting Manufacturing Unit at Rani Khera is about 8 to 12.0 kms form Bahadurgarh from two different routes via Nasirpur and Tikri Border respectively:)-
For full details refer below..
- Delhi Metro can connect Bahadurgarh in 3rd Phase only..
Certainly a good news for Bahadurgarh Real Estate Market ...
.......... मुंडका से हरियाणा के बहादुरगढ़ (11.5 किलोमीटर) तक अपने तीसरे चरण वर्ष 2015-16 के अंदर ही मेट्रो सेवा शुरू करने में सक्षम है। ...........
For more details refer the IREF post below...
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- Get Set Go... Super tall buildings near Bahadurgarh
It is a Good news.....
Planning for construction of super tall buildings in near future on Bahadurgarh side of Delhi. These super tall buildings will have no height restrictions !!! These are planned in the N Zone of Delhi, these area includes Mundka and Kanjhawala along National Highway No. 10.CommentQuote0Flag
- Bahadurgarh to come closer to Faridabad
Friday, 16 December 2011
In a major bonanza to commuters from NCR cities, the Urban Development Ministry on Thursday signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Haryana Government for the extension of Central Secretariat to Badarpur Line to YMCA Chowk in Faridabad. The high-profile meeting was presided over by the Minister of Urban Development, Kamal Nath with Chief Minister, Haryana, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, and officials from Haryana Government and Delhi Metro rail corporation (DMRC). The 13.8-km-long elevated stretch to Faridabad will have nine stations — Sarai, NHPC Chowk, Mewala Maharajpur, Sector 27A, Badkal Mor, Old Faridabad, Ajronda, Faridabad New Town and YMCA Chowk.
The corridor will be the extension of the current Violet line to Faridabad and will run on the standard gauge. According to sources, the approval for the corridor was already at a mature state, with almost all agencies having given its approval. Meanwhile, the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA) has already taken a decision to hand over land to DMRC for setting up of nine Metro stations between Badarpur and YMCA Chowk in Faridabad.
The same meet approved the alignment of the11 km Mundka to Bahadurgarh Metro line with six stations. The move is likely to benefit thousands of daily commuters in the NCR, especially between Haryana and the rural Delhi. With the approval, the number of stations on the Green Line will reach nine. The MoU was signed a day after the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) passed the Detailed Project report (DPR) of the corridor and sent it to the State Transport Authority (STA) for its nod.
The approved six stations include Mundka Industrial Area (MIA), Ghevra, Tikri Border, Delhi Mundka Industrial Estate (MIE), Bus Stand and City Park in Haryana. The new corridor is the extension of the current operational Green Line to Bahadurgarh. The extension is clubbed under the Metro phase III construction and is expected to be completed by the year 2016. A Delhi Metro Rail corporation (DMRC) spokesperson said, “Deviating from the trend of corridors in phase III construction, which will be mostly underground, the extension of the Green Line (Kirti Nagar to Mundka) will be entirely elevated. It will give a boost to the thousands of commuters from the Delhi Border and Bahadurgarh to the city.”
Sources in the Delhi Government informed that the projected cost of the Green Line Corridor is pegged at Rs 1,900 crore, of which 80 percent will be funded by the Haryana Government and the rest 20 percent by the Central Government. The calculation comes to Rs 180 crore from the kitty of the central Government and the remaining Rs 720 crore falling in the Haryana Government’s kitty. The development comes two months after DMRC submitted the updated DPR to the MoUD and the Haryana Government in the last week of October.”
Work on the lines is expected to be undertaken by 2012 as a part of the Delhi Metro’s phase III construction. The spokesperson added, “We have placed an order for additional rolling stock for the line. The Delhi Metro phase III project will have more than 1,800 coaches by the year 2016. Projecting the needs, additional 60 coaches will be required for the Faridabad Line and 32 more coaches will be required for the Green Line ext.
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- Decks cleared for IIT-D campus in Haryana
More National Level Infrastructural Development related to Education is required in Haryana. A good move in Bahadurgarh Rohtak Belt of Haryana along National No. 10.
NEW DELHI,Sep 15, 2011: The proposal to set up a second campus of IIT-Delhi in Haryana was cleared by the IIT council on Wednesday. The proposed 'Extension Centre', spread across 100-acre, would have advanced research facilities. Haryana offered to provide land free of cost for this project. Sources said the centre could come up in Bahadurgarh or its adjoining areas so that it remains close to the capital.
Though there were reports of the state being keen to take the centre to Rohtak, it has not found favour since the city is far away from the national capital. "We are assessing where such a chunk can be easily acquired for the institute," said a senior official of the Haryana government.
Surendra Prasad, director, IIT-Delhi, said, "We were just waiting for the IIT council to approve the second campus before we could zero in on any location. Since the council has now given a go-ahead, we will start working on finalizing a good location."
Established in 1961, the IIT-Delhi campus in Hauz Khas has the smallest area - 320 acre - as compared to other IITs. A second campus was in the offing for the last many years and even Greater Noida was once being considered as an ideal place.
Rohtak MP Deepender Singh Hooda, who attended the meeting, said setting up of IIT Extension Centre would set new benchmark in the development of educational infrastructure in the state. Haryana recently got institutions like Indian Institute of Management, a central university, a National Defence University and Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology. The state has 21 universities and about 1,286 institutions of higher education.
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- Govt keen to extend metro from Mundka to Bahadurgarh: Hooda
New Delhi, Dec 26 (PTI) Haryana government is keen to extend Delhi Metro line from Mundka to Bahadurgarh, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today said and expressed unhappiness over road connectivity between the national capital and the neighbouring state.
Hooda said this project had been discussed by the Empowered group of Ministers in August and it was agreed that the construction of this project would be done in the supplementary part of Metro Phase III.
"The cost of the Delhi portion would be borne by the Delhi government and the cost of the Haryana portion would be borne by Haryana Government," Hooda said addressing a workshop of the National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) here today.
"I would earnestly request the Government of India as well as the Government of Delhi to extend their full support for an early execution of the project," he said.
Hooda also said the improvement of road connectivity between Delhi and National Capital Region (NCR) towns was of "paramount importance."
The Haryana Chief Minister listed four Road projects which he said had not been accepted by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA).
Among projects that need to be expedited, he listed road between Sonipat Education city and North Delhi and a Northern periphery road in Gurgaon and Dwarka.
"The existing road links are grossly inadequate," he said.
Hooda also asked the DMRC to reconsider his government''s proposal to connect Sonipat-Kundli Multi-Functional Urban complex with the Delhi Metro, a request it had turned down earlier saying it was not viable
Govt keen to extend metro from Mundka to Bahadurgarh: Hooda - PTI -
Great going carry on ....
- Hooda urges NCRPB to consider funding of projects
CHANDIGARH:The Chief Minister of Haryana Chief Minister, Bhupinder Singh Hooda on Tuesday urged the National Capital Region Planning Board (NCRPB) to consider funding of various projects relating to water supply, solid waste management, roads, improvement of street lights in City Development Plans of all 26 Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) falling in the NCR sub-region of Haryana.
The Chief Minister who was speaking in a workshop on Strategies for Development of metro centres,regional centres,counter-magnet Areas in NCR in New Delhi, said that development plans of these Urban Local Bodies have been prepared by Haryana givernment.The financial gap to meet the present infrastructure deficit in these 26 ULBs has been estimated at Rs. 2776 crore.He said that the state government, with the support of NCRPB, has commissioned a study for preparation of sub-regional Plan of Haryana on the lines of Regional Plan-2021 and the final report was being processed.The development plans of remaining eight towns were being finalized.
Referring to the development of two important projects of Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS),namely, Delhi- Gurgaon- Rewari-Alwar and Delhi-Panipat which are being developed on prioritybasis in Haryana, Hooda requested the Ministry of Urban Development to implement these projects as National projects and provide 100 per cent funding for them.The alignment of both these corridors has been approved 'in-principle' by the State Government and the NCR Planning Board. The cost of Delhi-Gurgaon-Rewari-Alwar Corridor alone works out to Rs.25150 crore (including land cost) for a stretch of 158 kms. The RRTS project are highly capital intensive and Haryana Government with its limited resources will not be able to bear such costs, he added.
He said that Haryana government has also taken a very bold initiative of the development of an intra-city Metro system in Gurgaon in PPP mode. The project is Likely to be commissioned by March 2013. The entire cost is being borne by the developer. As a matter of fact, the concessionaire is sharing a part of the revenue with the Government of Haryana. The preparation of the Detailed Project Report of Metro link between Gurgaon and Indira Gandhi International Airport through High Speed Metro Rail has also been undertaken. The feasibility study of Metro link between Sector 56 Gurgaon and Sikanderpur, connecting the main Delhi-Gurgaon Metro Rail line, is being taken up by HUDA for approximately 6.5 km length.
Hooda said that in view of the expanding network of Metro Rail is in and around Delhi. The State Government has also made special efforts to develop the transport infrastructure, both through MRTS and improved road connectivity between the National Capital Territory of Delhi and the adjoining towns in Haryana, namely, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Bahadurgarh and Sonipat-Kundli.The extension of Delhi Metro up to HUDA City Center, Gurgaon was completed in June, 2010. The project of extending Delhi Metro from Badarpur to YMCA Chowk, Faridabad has also been approved by Government of India and is likely to become operational by August, 2014 at a total cost of Rs. 2494 crore. Out of this, Rs.1588.6 crore will be borne by Government of Haryana. The preparation of the Detail Project Report for extending this link from YMCA Chowk to Ballabgarh has also been taken up by the Government with the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited.
He said that the state government was keen to extend the Delhi Metro from Mundka (Delhi) to City Park of Bahadurgarh in Haryana. This project was discussed by the Empowered Group of Ministers in its meeting held on August 9,2011 and it was decided that the construction of Delhi portion would be taken up in the supplementary part of Metro Phase-III and the cost would be borne by Delhi Government. The cost of Haryana portion would be borne by Haryana Government. He urged the Government of India as well as the Delhi Government to extend their full support for an early execution of this project.
He said that the state government also has a plan to connect Sonipat-Kundli Multi Functional Urban Complex with Delhi Metro. The DMRCL was requested to prepare the detailed project report but they have returned Haryana’s request with the observation that the project is unviable. He urged that the matter be reconsidered.
He pointed out the significance of improvement of road connectivity between Delhi and CNCR towns adding that Haryana government has been requesting for development of additional road links. He said that Prime Minister had constituted a High Powered Committee under the Chairmanship of Member Secretary, Planning Commission to explore the possibility of additional road links. This committee has endorsed the need for creation of these links. He pointed out that some of the links have not yet been accepted by the Delhi Development Authority.
These included road connecting Mehrauli-Gurgaon road with Andheria Mor-Mahipalpur road near Nelson Mandela road T-junction; 75 metres road connecting Gurgaon with Nazafgarh road;80 metres wide new road link between Education City, Sonipat and North Delhi;development of road link between Northern Periphery Road (NPR) in Gurgaon and Dwarka in Delhi, as already shown in the Zonal Development Plan K-II. The State of Haryana has already commenced the construction work of this important road. The DDA and Delhi Government should also expedite the construction of the road-link falling in Zone K-II, he added.The Chief Minister pointed out that these links cannot be developed until and unless the Delhi Development Authority makes necessary provisions in the Zonal Development Plans of the respective zones of Delhi Master Plan. The NCR Planning Board has also supported Haryana Government in this regard.
He strongly suggested that for major projects, support in the form of grant-in-aid should be provided by the NCR PlanningBoard. Some of the projects in Haryana requiring financial support include projects of metro connectivity, orbital rail project, additional road links between Delhi and Haryana, and affordable housing.The NCR Planning Board is providing long-term soft loans at an interest rate of 8.25 per cent per annum for infrastructure projects in the NCR through State agencies for sewerage, water supply and roads projects. The loan for power projects is, however, being provided at an interest rate of 9.5 per cent per annum. He urged that since power is also a basic and equally critical infrastructure, the Board should provide long-term soft loans for power projects at par with other basic infrastructure projects.
Hooda pointed out that the quality of water flowing to Haryana State from Delhi in river Yamuna is highly polluted. The level of pollutants in Yamuna as it enters Delhi is below 3.0 milligram per liter Bio Chemical Oxygen Demand (BOD). But at Okhla Barrage when it leaves Delhi and enters Haryana, it ranges between 9-28 mg per liter BOD. The Delhi government must ensure that the water discharged by Delhi in the river is within the accepted limits, he added.
About commitment of Haryana Government to the development of NCR as per Regional Plan-2021, he said that Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) Expressway is being developed on Built‑ Operate-Transfer (BOT) basis with the estimated project cost of Rs. 1200 crore excluding the cost of land for a 135.65 km stretch. The state government has acquired the land measuring 3813 acres and handed it over to the Concessionaire for the project. This expressway would considerably reduce the intensity of traffic to and from Delhi.
In orders to promote planned development along the Kundli-Manesar Palwal Expressway (KMP) corridor in the NCR, the state government has prepared the KMP Expressway Global Corridor Plan. This plan envisages development of theme cities with world-class infrastructure. Some of these theme cities include the Rajiv Gandhi Education City at Sonipat, Bio Science City, Medi City, Cyber City, Fashion City, Entertainment City, World Trade City, products City, Leisure City and Dry Port City.
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- Yokohama Rubber to Construct New Tire Plant near Delhi, India
Tokyo - The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd. announced today that it would construct a passenger car-tire plant in the state of Haryana adjacent to Delhi, India. As the first phase, the company plans to begin operating the plant at an annual production capacity of 700,000 tires from July 2014. The total investment in construction of the plant is approximately 4.4 billion yen. In April 2008, Yokohama Rubber signed a contract with Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited, of India, to acquire a business site of 25 acres in the Corporation’s Industrial Estate Bahadurgarh. But construction of the tire plant has been postponed due to recession caused by the Lehman shock and some other factors.
Yokohama Rubber will construct the new tire plant as the production base of Yokohama India Pvt. Ltd., established in April 2007, as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Yokohama Rubber. Since July 2007, Yokohama India has been selling passenger-car tires for the replacement tire market through its own sales network. The company is making an effort to expand sales by creating an image of a high-grade brand tire through placing an emphasis on high performance and high quality that characterize Yokohama-brand tires.
In 2011, sales of new cars reached approximately 3 million cars in India. In 2020, the market is expected to exceed 7 million cars to grow into the third largest car market in the world. Along with this move, the local tire market also is expected to grow at a steady pace. Yokohama Rubber plans to proactively take this as a business opportunity and upgrade its business model from "sale of imported products" to "local production/consumption".
The Industrial Estate Bahadurgarh located approximately 40 kilometers west of Delhi, the largest commercial district in India, and some 45 minutes from Delhi International Airport with a highway to be improved within 2012. Many other benefits of the location include nearby Haryana State University of Technology expected to become a supplier of excellent human resources.
Outline of the new tire plant (first phase)
Operator： Yokohama India Pvt. Ltd.
Name： Yokohama India Private Limited Bahadurgarh Plant
Area size： Approx. 25acres（99,922.5 square meters）
Product： Radial tires for passenger cars
Production capacity： 700,000 tires a year
No. of employees： Approx. 350（Planned number of all employees of Yokohama India）
Operation： To begin in July 2014
Total investment： Approx. 4.4 billion yen
Corporate Information|THE YOKOHAMA RUBBER CO., LTD.
- Omaxe North Avenue I - Bahadurgarh: Apartments and Villas
Omaxe North Avenue I - Bahadurgarh: Apartments and Villas, about 45 kms from Connaught Place, New Delhi along National Highway No. 10, Delhi-rohtak Road :
- Originally Posted by DesignerOmaxe North Avenue I - Bahadurgarh: Apartments and Villas, about 45 kms from Connaught Place, New Delhi along National Highway No. 10, Delhi-rohtak Road :
Nice pics... Good job done !!!
- Corono Arcade, NH-10, Bahadurgarh
Corono Arcade, under construction commercial project on NH-10, Bahadurgarh near Shyam Ji Complex.....
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- Centre to conduct feasibilty study on Delhi-Hisar high speed train
It's time to get infra along National Highway No. 10 (Delhi-Rohtak Road) ; Hooda factor is really strong till now
Monday, April 30, 2012 - 20:30
By Punjab Newsline
CHANDIGARH: Union Urban Development Minister Kamal Nath today said that the feasibility study for the high speed train on Delhi-Bahadurgarh-Rohtak-Hisar track would be conducted under the Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS). He also announced that Mundka to Bahadurgarh and Dwarka to Najafgarh routes for Delhi Metro have been approved.
Kamal Nath was responding to the demands made by Congress MP Deepender Singh Hooda in Parliament today during the discussion on demand for grants. The Union Minister directed the officers to take feasibility study under the RRTS.
Earlier while speaking in the Parliament, Deepender Singh Hooda said that the feasibility study of high speed train on the Delhi-Bahadurgarh-Rohtak-Hisar route should be approved. He said that the RRTS on Delhi-Panipat and Delhi-Meerut route has already been approved.
Hooda demanded three metro routes on Mundka-Bahadurgarh, Dwarka-Nazabgarh-Badli and Jahangirpuri-Kundli. The Minister said that the Mundka-Bahadurgarh and Dwarka-Nazabgarh have been approved.
Hooda said that NCR contribute to 20 per cent of the national GDP, so the priority should be given on infrastructure development in the NCR area. He said that during the commonwealth games, the whole focus was on Delhi and we should now focus on NCR. He urged the Minister to increase the allocation of NCR Planning Board to 500 Crores in the 12th Plan period. He said that Central allocation to NCR Planning Board has decreased over years. He also urged for providing adequate manpower in the NCR Planning Board.
Hooda said that the Delhi Government should bear the cost of Metro line from Mundka to Tikri border. If Haryana Government has to bear the cost of the Metro line in the Delhi state, then it should be renamed as Haryana Metro, he added. He said that the norms of 50:50 costs sharing between centre and state should be followed for future projects. He said that the uniform formula should be adopted. Haryana Government was left with no option other than bearing 80 per cent cost of the Faridabad metro project.
Hooda demanded that the Panchkula should also be included in the JNNURM package for Chandigarh UT. He said that the Chandigarh region included Mohali and Panchkula. He urged that Rs 6000 crore package for Panchkula is pending and it should be cleared at the earliest.
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