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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 SurajBisht
    how long one read newpaper? 1 hr
    Ok you see news on TV for 2 hrs -
    TV power - 200 watt (on mains so no diesel required)
    only 400 watt in a day @rate Rs 4/KW, it cost less than Rs 2.

    Electricity will be produced by water (renewal energy), so I am guessing not impacting nature.

    But tree are very important for environment and nature balance. Hope you got my point

    few respectable people also complains lot about concrete jungle, no greenery. This can be start point to stop it.

    Forget it yaar, lets discuss main issue here.

    Thanks,
    Suraj

    hehehe

    Power supply to this region is from thermal power plant, not hydro. :D
    during power cuts, power comes from DG which runs on diesel.:D

    living in concrete jungle and talking about greens
    sahi hai boss
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  • Originally Posted by manmohan975
    6-8 month back on Croma Yahoo group I have seen a mail mentioning that 3500 newspaper is getting distributed in Crossing. Considering few are not taking paper and few are taking 2-3 papers by now it will be defiantly 4500 - 5000.



    Originally Posted by Pradyot1315sqf
    Bhai kya kahna chahte ho, CR ki 1/3 gentry aisi hai ki wo news paper tak nahi leti hai............

    aap CR ko support kar rahe ho yaa ...............



    Originally Posted by SurajBisht
    Save paper, save trees. Why one need newspaper (print media), when there are lots of new channels and online media, with updated/latest news

    but how you know this, are you a vendor in CR?

    Thanks,
    Suraj


    Bisht ji, kool down. itnaa garm kyo ho rahe ho. Ye data to Manmohan975 ka hai.
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  • Originally Posted by dkppatiala
    Surajbhai..Bashers do not comment on DG case important victory....


    Victory, seriously....

    Can you please on which point, marked red went into Ansal/CR favor.

    With due respect, how can you expect SC bypass it's own 1996 order that too given in interest of India's defence (marked Magenta), above that Hindon is now becoming primary air base for defence of Delhi. Hindon Air Force Station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    (FYI: GNN's SWM has no-objection from Hindon Air Base, so does SLF Sector 123 Noida, if that makes you happy.)


    HC rejects pleas to halt construction of solid waste management plant - Indian Express

    Ansal Properties, Crossings Infrastructure penalised Rs 10 lakh each; court says Dundahera project is of public importance

    The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday rejected a slew of petitions, filed by private developers and other individuals, seeking to stop construction of a solid waste management plant (SWMP) in Dundahera village of Ghaziabad. The court criticised them for delaying the project by five years.

    The court also slapped a fine of Rs 10 lakh each on two major petitioners, Ansal Properties Infrastructure Limited and Crossings Infrastructure Private Limited, besides asking them to bear the escalated cost of the project. The fine will have to be deposited by the petitioners to the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation (GMC).


    The court held that the project was of public importance and the petitioners had been misleading it by filing frivolous petitions.

    The court also cancelled the notification for acquisition of 34 acres of land in Dundahera (within which the 14 acres for the SWMP was also shown as included) on the grounds that it was done at the behest of private developers in connivance with the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) to change the land use of the village in the Master Plan of Ghaziabad-2021.

    The SWMP was proposed to be constructed as part of a central government policy, subsequent to a Supreme Court order of 1996, in which it was said that all cities having air bases should have better disposal of garbage to avoid problems of careless disposal of garbage, which leads to bird hits.

    The site in Dundahera was to cater to the Hindon airbase and other surrounding areas in scientifically disposing of garbage and work had begun in 2005.


    The petitioners, who had been allotted land by the GDA for constructing integrated townships, had tried to convince the court that the plot of 14 acres, where the proposed SWMP was supposed to be constructed, was marked for "residential" purposes and not for SWMP. The court rejected their contention after going through the facts and records placed before it.

    Passing the order, a division bench of Justice Sunil Ambwani and Justice K N Pandey said the petitioners had gained unfair advantage by invoking the jurisdiction of the courts, which had passed various interim orders earlier.

    They misled the court in believing that the construction of the SWMP was against public interest,'' the court noted.

    It said that even after the land use was changed, they managed to get the land (proposed for the SWMP) included in their detailed project report and lay-out plan, as if the land belonging to Nagar Nigam was transferred to them.

    Further, the court noted that the Ansal Properties even sold the land to other persons creating third party interests.

    "The filing of the repeated writ petitions beginning from March 2006, in which interim orders were passed by this court, delayed the construction of SWMP for more than five years and on which about 50 per cent of the total grants of Rs 12.76 crore was utilised. We thus find it appropriate to direct M/S APIL and Crossing Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd to bear the escalated cost of the project," the court said.

    The GMC will set up a committee to calculate the additional costs of the project post-escalation. "By any conservative estimate, the escalation would not be less than 20 per cent of the original cost of the project. We, therefore, direct M/s APIL and Crossing Infrastructure Pvt. Limited to deposit Rs 1 crore each with Nagar Nigam, Ghaziabad to be spent by it in the increased cost of the project," the court said, adding that if the cost exceeded Rs 2 crore, then the two companies would share the increased costs.

    The petitioners also tried to convince the court that an alternative site for the SWMP was ear-marked near Dasna jail.

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  • Are bhai news why we are streching this news paper thing ... everybody is having choice to get update for what is happening in this world .. news paper / TV / WEB .... waise TV and WEB are sources for instant live news and news papers just tell you what happened yesterday

    I am receiving news paper daily on my door step (does not matter where do I live) per bhai most of time I read news online once reach office ;)

    Different people can have there seperate POV so let it be and please do not go off topic
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  • Originally Posted by cookie
    hehehe

    Power supply to this region is from thermal power plant, not hydro. :D
    during power cuts, power comes from DG which runs on diesel.:D

    living in concrete jungle and talking about greens
    sahi hai boss


    Thanks cookie,

    you are right, CR is taking direct power from Dadri plant which is thermal based. Greenery ki kahin se to start karegein yaar.

    We are happy that we are on living in concrete, jungle mein to jaanwar rehte hai :)
    but it seems animal are not letting us leave peaceful here as well, keep bugging us

    Thanks,
    Suraj
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  • Originally Posted by FieldWorker


    Victory, seriously....

    Can you please on which point, marked red went into Ansal/CR favor.

    With due respect, how can you expect SC bypass it's own 1996 order that too given in interest of India's defence (marked Magenta), above that when Hindon is now becoming primary air base for defence of Delhi. Hindon Air Force Station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    (FYI: GNN's SWM has no-objection from Hindon Air Base, so does SLF Sector 121 Noida, if that makes you happy.)


    HC rejects pleas to halt construction of solid waste management plant - Indian Express

    Ansal Properties, Crossings Infrastructure penalised Rs 10 lakh each; court says Dundahera project is of public importance

    The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday rejected a slew of petitions, filed by private developers and other individuals, seeking to stop construction of a solid waste management plant (SWMP) in Dundahera village of Ghaziabad. The court criticised them for delaying the project by five years.

    The court also slapped a fine of Rs 10 lakh each on two major petitioners, Ansal Properties Infrastructure Limited and Crossings Infrastructure Private Limited, besides asking them to bear the escalated cost of the project. The fine will have to be deposited by the petitioners to the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation (GMC).


    The court held that the project was of public importance and the petitioners had been misleading it by filing frivolous petitions.

    The court also cancelled the notification for acquisition of 34 acres of land in Dundahera (within which the 14 acres for the SWMP was also shown as included) on the grounds that it was done at the behest of private developers in connivance with the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) to change the land use of the village in the Master Plan of Ghaziabad-2021.

    The SWMP was proposed to be constructed as part of a central government policy, subsequent to a Supreme Court order of 1996, in which it was said that all cities having air bases should have better disposal of garbage to avoid problems of careless disposal of garbage, which leads to bird hits.

    The site in Dundahera was to cater to the Hindon airbase and other surrounding areas in scientifically disposing of garbage and work had begun in 2005.


    The petitioners, who had been allotted land by the GDA for constructing integrated townships, had tried to convince the court that the plot of 14 acres, where the proposed SWMP was supposed to be constructed, was marked for "residential" purposes and not for SWMP. The court rejected their contention after going through the facts and records placed before it.

    Passing the order, a division bench of Justice Sunil Ambwani and Justice K N Pandey said the petitioners had gained unfair advantage by invoking the jurisdiction of the courts, which had passed various interim orders earlier.

    They misled the court in believing that the construction of the SWMP was against public interest,'' the court noted.

    It said that even after the land use was changed, they managed to get the land (proposed for the SWMP) included in their detailed project report and lay-out plan, as if the land belonging to Nagar Nigam was transferred to them.

    Further, the court noted that the Ansal Properties even sold the land to other persons creating third party interests.

    "The filing of the repeated writ petitions beginning from March 2006, in which interim orders were passed by this court, delayed the construction of SWMP for more than five years and on which about 50 per cent of the total grants of Rs 12.76 crore was utilised. We thus find it appropriate to direct M/S APIL and Crossing Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd to bear the escalated cost of the project," the court said.

    The GMC will set up a committee to calculate the additional costs of the project post-escalation. "By any conservative estimate, the escalation would not be less than 20 per cent of the original cost of the project. We, therefore, direct M/s APIL and Crossing Infrastructure Pvt. Limited to deposit Rs 1 crore each with Nagar Nigam, Ghaziabad to be spent by it in the increased cost of the project," the court said, adding that if the cost exceeded Rs 2 crore, then the two companies would share the increased costs.

    The petitioners also tried to convince the court that an alternative site for the SWMP was ear-marked near Dasna jail.



    Have you gone out of senses, the order you are posting here is from HC on Aug 31 2011, its wake up time.
    Its now 2013 and SC just yesterday gave the order which is posted on last 2-3 pages.

    Kindly check first, don't live in 2011 its 2013, its almost 1 and 1/2 year......where you have been and your DG.

    Thanks,
    Suraj
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  • Originally Posted by FieldWorker


    Victory, seriously....

    Can you please on which point, marked red went into Ansal/CR favor.

    With due respect, how can you expect SC bypass it's own 1996 order that too given in interest of India's defence (marked Magenta), above that when Hindon is now becoming primary air base for defence of Delhi. Hindon Air Force Station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    (FYI: GNN's SWM has no-objection from Hindon Air Base, so does SLF Sector 121 Noida, if that makes you happy.)


    HC rejects pleas to halt construction of solid waste management plant - Indian Express

    Ansal Properties, Crossings Infrastructure penalised Rs 10 lakh each; court says Dundahera project is of public importance

    The Allahabad High Court on Tuesday rejected a slew of petitions, filed by private developers and other individuals, seeking to stop construction of a solid waste management plant (SWMP) in Dundahera village of Ghaziabad. The court criticised them for delaying the project by five years.

    The court also slapped a fine of Rs 10 lakh each on two major petitioners, Ansal Properties Infrastructure Limited and Crossings Infrastructure Private Limited, besides asking them to bear the escalated cost of the project. The fine will have to be deposited by the petitioners to the Ghaziabad Municipal Corporation (GMC).

    The court held that the project was of public importance and the petitioners had been misleading it by filing frivolous petitions.

    The court also cancelled the notification for acquisition of 34 acres of land in Dundahera (within which the 14 acres for the SWMP was also shown as included) on the grounds that it was done at the behest of private developers in connivance with the Ghaziabad Development Authority (GDA) to change the land use of the village in the Master Plan of Ghaziabad-2021.

    The SWMP was proposed to be constructed as part of a central government policy, subsequent to a Supreme Court order of 1996, in which it was said that all cities having air bases should have better disposal of garbage to avoid problems of careless disposal of garbage, which leads to bird hits.

    The site in Dundahera was to cater to the Hindon airbase and other surrounding areas in scientifically disposing of garbage and work had begun in 2005.

    The petitioners, who had been allotted land by the GDA for constructing integrated townships, had tried to convince the court that the plot of 14 acres, where the proposed SWMP was supposed to be constructed, was marked for "residential" purposes and not for SWMP. The court rejected their contention after going through the facts and records placed before it.

    Passing the order, a division bench of Justice Sunil Ambwani and Justice K N Pandey said the petitioners had gained unfair advantage by invoking the jurisdiction of the courts, which had passed various interim orders earlier.

    They misled the court in believing that the construction of the SWMP was against public interest,'' the court noted.

    It said that even after the land use was changed, they managed to get the land (proposed for the SWMP) included in their detailed project report and lay-out plan, as if the land belonging to Nagar Nigam was transferred to them.

    Further, the court noted that the Ansal Properties even sold the land to other persons creating third party interests.

    "The filing of the repeated writ petitions beginning from March 2006, in which interim orders were passed by this court, delayed the construction of SWMP for more than five years and on which about 50 per cent of the total grants of Rs 12.76 crore was utilised. We thus find it appropriate to direct M/S APIL and Crossing Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd to bear the escalated cost of the project," the court said.

    The GMC will set up a committee to calculate the additional costs of the project post-escalation. "By any conservative estimate, the escalation would not be less than 20 per cent of the original cost of the project. We, therefore, direct M/s APIL and Crossing Infrastructure Pvt. Limited to deposit Rs 1 crore each with Nagar Nigam, Ghaziabad to be spent by it in the increased cost of the project," the court said, adding that if the cost exceeded Rs 2 crore, then the two companies would share the increased costs.

    The petitioners also tried to convince the court that an alternative site for the SWMP was ear-marked near Dasna jail.


    But this is high court verdict made in 2011. i have already read that. The case is now in supreme court and no decision has been made till now....
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  • Originally Posted by negi2013
    But this is high court verdict made in 2011. i have already read that. The case is now in supreme court and no decision has been made till now....


    Agreed, that's why I said show the "Victory Part". Do not lose the context, please.

    As of now it's in appeal in SC, with no relief in any of the areas marked "Red".

    Also do read the link to Hindon Air Base on wikipedia and relate it to the 1996 SC order, you will get the picture. Sector 123, is right next to Residential sectors (builders of course), if SLF can come there, with no Defence importance, you can decide what will happen on Ansal/CR area.

    Just note : I do not respond to those who indulge in personal attacks.
    This river of insight flows in one direction and it does not care for low beings making noises.


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  • Originally Posted by cookie
    hehehe

    Power supply to this region is from thermal power plant, not hydro. :D
    during power cuts, power comes from DG which runs on diesel.:D

    living in concrete jungle and talking about greens
    sahi hai boss

    Living in best of places in ncr and talking about third grade cr sahi hain boss.

    For day in and day out spreading negativity and fighting on each forums sahi hain boss.

    I have never seen u supporting the under dogs.

    U live in gurgaon and have investment in greater noida so poore ncr be baare mein maje lete raho.

    Kaise kar lete ho yeh sab.

    Sorry for getting personal.
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  • Originally Posted by dkppatiala
    Living in best of places in ncr and talking about third grade cr sahi hain boss.

    For day in and day out spreading negativity and fighting on each forums sahi hain boss.

    I have never seen u supporting the under dogs.

    U live in gurgaon and have investment in greater noida so poore ncr be baare mein maje lete raho.

    Kaise kar lete ho yeh sab.

    Sorry for getting personal.

    Bhai

    I am sorry but I never said CR is 3rd grade in fact I always say and still saying CR is good for end-use.

    we start finding issues when we think the price we pay for something, really worth it or not.
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  • Originally Posted by FieldWorker


    Agreed, that's why I said show the "Victory Part". Do not lose the context, please.

    As of now it's in appeal in SC, with no relief in any of the areas marked "Red".

    Also do read the link to Hindon Air Base on wikipedia and relate it to the 1996 SC order, you will get the picture. Sector 121, is right next to Residential sectors (builders of course), if SLF can come there, with no Defence importance, you can decide what will happen on Ansal/CR area.

    Just note : I do not respond to those you indulge in personal attacks.



    "Victory part" is People are living in CR from last 2 years without DG and will continue in future also :)

    Note: I reply to few nonsense comments also
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  • Originally Posted by cookie
    Bhai

    I am sorry but I never said CR is 3rd grade in fact I always say and still saying CR is good for end-use.

    we start finding issues when we think the price we pay for something, really worth it or not.


    Hi Friend,

    I again want to listen your logic, that how a place is only and only good for end user and nothing else. can you elaborate? common sense says things are correlated, a place good to live is also good for investment.

    Thanks,
    Suraj
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  • I miss those days when we had per posts unlimited smileys on IREF.

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  • Fieldworker ji up environmental board has not given the noc.no work will happen on dg.

    Why this selective amnesia.a very very bad attempt to cover your goof up.

    We can discuss yesterdays judgement.

    To make bashers happy dg is still on par lagta hain atleast 3 saal phir kuch nahi hoga.
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  • Re-read, again again, until you get it.

    Originally Posted by FieldWorker


    Agreed, that's why I said show the "Victory Part". Do not lose the context, please.

    As of now it's in appeal in SC, with no relief in any of the areas marked "Red".

    Also do read the link to Hindon Air Base on wikipedia and relate it to the 1996 SC order, you will get the picture. Sector 123, is right next to Residential sectors (builders of course), if SLF can come there, with no Defence importance, you can decide what will happen on Ansal/CR area.

    Just note : I do not respond to those who indulge in personal attacks.
    This river of insight flows in one direction and it does not care for low beings making noises.




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