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I am starting this new tread since a number of projects in CR are approaching the final 6 months of completion. Mahagaun recently paid penalty cheques to all the owners in Mascot for any delay .

Dumping ground issue is out of Dundaheda now and this has come in several news papers now .
NH 24 widening is sanctioned and tender is floated.Does any one have any thing to add .

I am an owner in Mahagun mascot project and am an end user. Would like to see a useful flow in information in this thread for the benefit of all .

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  • Originally Posted by dkppatiala
    Cancellation of Coal Blocks is the worst decision taken by SC.They have put big question mark on power sector. There were numerous companies that have invested crores on these coal blocks & were in advance stage of implementation..

    SC's confusion is clear from their decision itself. they have scrapped all the Coal Blocks but for 46 Blocks where some work has been done they have asked the developers to answer within 6 months...

    Why the hell 6 months is required..I am sure this can be answered within a month..

    Why don't they want to pick up pace...

    Not answer but vacate in 6 months.
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  • Plus never rule out dumping ground issue. If the only reason we are ruling it out is because of the adjacent population of shahberi, cr or gnw than I would suggest everyone to have a look at Ghazipur landfill.
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  • Originally Posted by vermbharat
    Not answer but vacate in 6 months.

    My mistake..I had heard that on Focus TV..Naveen Jindals interview..

    But Still Coal Block decision is not correct ...
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  • Originally Posted by vermbharat
    Plus never rule out dumping ground issue. If the only reason we are ruling it out is because of the adjacent population of shahberi, cr or gnw than I would suggest everyone to have a look at Ghazipur landfill.

    anybody who is ruling out on DG..is doing that on his or her own risk...

    It can surely come...
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  • Originally Posted by vermbharat
    Plus never rule out dumping ground issue. If the only reason we are ruling it out is because of the adjacent population of shahberi, cr or gnw than I would suggest everyone to have a look at Ghazipur landfill.

    Let us call that Solid waste Management Plant..(Not Dumping ground)
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  • General V.K. Singh's visit to GH-7

    General V.K. Singh's visited Gh-7 & Crossings Republik...

    Within first 4 months it was his second visit..His wife also accompanied him..

    He has assured that all concerns shall be taken care..
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  • Originally Posted by vermbharat
    Plus never rule out dumping ground issue. If the only reason we are ruling it out is because of the adjacent population of shahberi, cr or gnw than I would suggest everyone to have a look at Ghazipur landfill.


    My dear friend nobody is ruling out possibility of SWMP as the matter is pending in the court and anything can happen but assigning our individual probability to it and I had made the point clear that it will(if it all beocme reality)not only affect CR but also Ansals, Greno west and shahberi(the most). I still believe even in case of adverse SC verdict the execution will be another big challenge.

    p.s. This is my personal opinion
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  • I pray it should not come, but if worse come worse, as discussed it can come. Dumping ground but in solid waste management form. What potential risks involved in it....I could see following only

    No hills of garbage like DG, but trucks traffic additional with unpleasant looks and garbage might be on road , sometimes.

    About bad smell not sure, how much area it can affect, but stored garbage could generate foul smell in humid weather

    Some unwanted birds max to max could be seen sometimes

    Rest I heard SWMP are usually covered ones .....
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  • There should not be any question over Judiciary, No doubt it take time but there are other factors
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  • Croma Dussehra Mela

    3rd Croma Dusshera Mela is going on at CR. Few Pics attached. this year the show & the arrangement has again improved & CR residents are enjoying it immensely
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  • Festive Atmosphere & lighting at CR during Navratra

    Glimpses of GH-7 Lighting & Puja Pandal
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  • Garba at Gh-7

    Similar Functions are being organised in other societies too
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  • Will it effect CR favorably "UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav clears City Centre to Sector 62 metro"

    UP clears Metro to Greater Noida - The Times of India.


    NOIDA: Metro connectivity in Noida received a big push on Tuesday with UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav clearing two major routes — a 29.7 km line from Noida City Centre (Sector 32) to Greater Noida, and another 6.7-km stretch from City Centre to Sector 62.

    The City Centre-Sector 62 link is a Rs 1,816 crore project while the Noida-Greater Noida route is estimated to cost Rs 5,064 crore. Both are expected to be complete by 2017. At a cabinet meeting in Lucknow, Akhilesh authorized Noida Authority chairman and CEO Rama Raman to set up a special purpose vehicle called Noida Metro Rail Corporation and to enter into a memorandum of association and article of association with the company.

    The UP government has also appointed DMRC as the turnkey consultant for putting both long-awaited projects on track.

    The approval granted to Metro extension in Noida on Tuesday is the second in three months granted by UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav. In June, he had approved the 3.9 km, Rs 845-crore Botanical Garden-Kalindi Kunj Metro link.

    Officials said the cost of the City Centre-Sector 62 line will be shared on an 80-20 basis between UP government and Centre. The Noida-Greater Noida line, on the other hand, will be funded by the two authorities.



    The City Centre to Sector 62 line will touch NH-24, and will benefit people commuting within Noida and also going to Ghaziabad. It will provide connectivity to sectors 32, 34, 35, Hoshiarpur, sectors 51, 52, 71, Greater Noida Extension Marg, Sarfabad, sectors 60, 61, 62, 63 and NH-24.

    The proposed route will have six elevated stations at sectors 34, 52, 59, 61, 62 and Electronic City (NH-24, Ghaziabad border). These new stations on the extended route will benefit commuters on both sides of NH-24 and also provide a solution to the traffic congestion faced along this path. This route is expected to be completed within 36 months once construction starts.

    The Noida-Greater Noida Metro track will have 22 stations, of which 13 will be constructed on ground while seven will be elevated. Two stations at Knowledge Park-I and Sector Delta-1 in Greater Noida are planned for future expansion.

    Starting from Noida City Centre in Sector 32, the proposed Metro corridor will head towards Greater Noida via stations in sectors 50, 51, 78, 101, 81, Dadri Road, 83, 85, 137, 142, 143, 144, 147, 153 and sector 149 in Noida. It will enter Greater Noida through Knowledge Park-II and traverse Pari Chowk, Sector-Alpha 1 and 2, before terminating at Depot Station proposed near Knowledge Park-IV in Greater Noida. The entire Metro alignment is proposed to be elevated.

    "As Noida and Greater Noida urbanize at an unprecedented pace, we want to improve transport systems between the two cities," said Noida CEO Rama Raman. "The need is to put in place an effective and flexible community transport system. We will continue to push for approvals on all pending Metro route extensions like the 66 km route between Greater Noida and Indira Gandhi International airport and the 20.6 km Metro rail route between Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway, with the relevant authorities and soon put them on track, too," Raman said.

    Officials said that though planned much earlier, the change of guard in UP resulted in the Metro extension from City Centre station to Sector 62 being put on hold. Finally, in April 2013, the UP government gave an in-principle approval to the proposed route.

    The Metro link between Noida and Greater Noida was first proposed in 2010 and received a go-ahead from the ministry of urban development in April 2014. The ministry had also cleared DMRC's appointment as a consultant for the project on a turnkey basis.

    "We have completed all formalities for the MoU to be signed with DMRC," Raman said. "We will now schedule a meeting with DMRC and fix a date at the earliest for inking on the dotted line for both routes," he added. "Construction will start as soon as we make the payment," he added.
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  • looking at the timing(during festive season) of this piece this looks to be paid news. The same news is appearing third time in last one an half year. Do not believe unless a MOU is signed between DMRC and UP govt and actual work starts.
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  • Originally Posted by Srihari2012
    UP clears Metro to Greater Noida - The Times of India.


    NOIDA: Metro connectivity in Noida received a big push on Tuesday with UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav clearing two major routes — a 29.7 km line from Noida City Centre (Sector 32) to Greater Noida, and another 6.7-km stretch from City Centre to Sector 62.

    The City Centre-Sector 62 link is a Rs 1,816 crore project while the Noida-Greater Noida route is estimated to cost Rs 5,064 crore. Both are expected to be complete by 2017. At a cabinet meeting in Lucknow, Akhilesh authorized Noida Authority chairman and CEO Rama Raman to set up a special purpose vehicle called Noida Metro Rail Corporation and to enter into a memorandum of association and article of association with the company.

    The UP government has also appointed DMRC as the turnkey consultant for putting both long-awaited projects on track.

    The approval granted to Metro extension in Noida on Tuesday is the second in three months granted by UP chief minister Akhilesh Yadav. In June, he had approved the 3.9 km, Rs 845-crore Botanical Garden-Kalindi Kunj Metro link.

    Officials said the cost of the City Centre-Sector 62 line will be shared on an 80-20 basis between UP government and Centre. The Noida-Greater Noida line, on the other hand, will be funded by the two authorities.



    The City Centre to Sector 62 line will touch NH-24, and will benefit people commuting within Noida and also going to Ghaziabad. It will provide connectivity to sectors 32, 34, 35, Hoshiarpur, sectors 51, 52, 71, Greater Noida Extension Marg, Sarfabad, sectors 60, 61, 62, 63 and NH-24.

    The proposed route will have six elevated stations at sectors 34, 52, 59, 61, 62 and Electronic City (NH-24, Ghaziabad border). These new stations on the extended route will benefit commuters on both sides of NH-24 and also provide a solution to the traffic congestion faced along this path. This route is expected to be completed within 36 months once construction starts.

    The Noida-Greater Noida Metro track will have 22 stations, of which 13 will be constructed on ground while seven will be elevated. Two stations at Knowledge Park-I and Sector Delta-1 in Greater Noida are planned for future expansion.

    Starting from Noida City Centre in Sector 32, the proposed Metro corridor will head towards Greater Noida via stations in sectors 50, 51, 78, 101, 81, Dadri Road, 83, 85, 137, 142, 143, 144, 147, 153 and sector 149 in Noida. It will enter Greater Noida through Knowledge Park-II and traverse Pari Chowk, Sector-Alpha 1 and 2, before terminating at Depot Station proposed near Knowledge Park-IV in Greater Noida. The entire Metro alignment is proposed to be elevated.

    "As Noida and Greater Noida urbanize at an unprecedented pace, we want to improve transport systems between the two cities," said Noida CEO Rama Raman. "The need is to put in place an effective and flexible community transport system. We will continue to push for approvals on all pending Metro route extensions like the 66 km route between Greater Noida and Indira Gandhi International airport and the 20.6 km Metro rail route between Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway, with the relevant authorities and soon put them on track, too," Raman said.

    Officials said that though planned much earlier, the change of guard in UP resulted in the Metro extension from City Centre station to Sector 62 being put on hold. Finally, in April 2013, the UP government gave an in-principle approval to the proposed route.

    The Metro link between Noida and Greater Noida was first proposed in 2010 and received a go-ahead from the ministry of urban development in April 2014. The ministry had also cleared DMRC's appointment as a consultant for the project on a turnkey basis.

    "We have completed all formalities for the MoU to be signed with DMRC," Raman said. "We will now schedule a meeting with DMRC and fix a date at the earliest for inking on the dotted line for both routes," he added. "Construction will start as soon as we make the payment," he added.

    Instead of 12 kms..Nearest Metro will around 10 kms..that's it...

    CR will benefit if Metro reaches Noida Extension ...
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