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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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  • There is some movement planned on coming weekend against STP, My idea is to do some plantation in STP area in month of July/august(rainy season) and declared it as a Lohiya Park (favourite name to SP government)
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  • Originally Posted by sscorpio
    There is some movement planned on coming weekend against STP, My idea is to do some plantation in STP area in month of July/august(rainy season) and declared it as a Lohiya Park (favourite name to SP government)

    Along with some statues.
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  • Originally Posted by sscorpio
    There is some movement planned on coming weekend against STP, My idea is to do some plantation in STP area in month of July/august(rainy season) and declared it as a Lohiya Park (favourite name to SP government)


    But than be ready to face the next government....:)
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  • Originally Posted by nealigarh
    Along with some statues.

    Lets have faith in SC …….. and if that doesn’t listen to us then lets go to “ Prabhu kripa” ...Make a Temple there and then No government can dare to dump any garbage there… easy...
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  • STP and SWTP are not synonyms ... pls take care
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  • May things identified, met RWA guy who was in that lift, yes I agree Mahagun was bad in lifts maintenance, which is improving now, since last 1 month no more accidents reported.
    Power situation as per locals is better, just 4 to 6 hours power cut, much better than Gurgaon where it goes beyond 8 to 10 hours.
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  • Originally Posted by pratts
    Lets have faith in SC …….. and if that doesn’t listen to us then lets go to “ Prabhu kripa” ...Make a Temple there and then No government can dare to dump any garbage there… easy...


    DG, STP, SWTP what its all about. Can someone please throw some light
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  • Originally Posted by pnkajchamoli
    May things identified, met RWA guy who was in that lift, yes I agree Mahagun was bad in lifts maintenance, which is improving now, since last 1 month no more accidents reported.
    Power situation as per locals is better, just 4 to 6 hours power cut, much better than Gurgaon where it goes beyond 8 to 10 hours.


    Hello

    Which part of Gurgaon you are talking about, where there is 8-10 hours power cut? I live in Gurgaon.

    Itni lambi lambi na chodho:bab (59):
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  • Originally Posted by cookie
    Hello

    Which part of Gurgaon you are talking about, where there is 8-10 hours power cut? I live in Gurgaon.

    Itni lambi lambi na chodho:bab (59):


    Cookie Sir, I live in Gurgaon only. Not every part is DLF phase V, gurgaon is full with middle class areas (like sector 10 etc) power crisis are much more in gurgaon than Ghaziabad. 18 ghante tak ka power cut hota hai gurgaon mein, please check last year clippings, jale pe namak hai no water ghaziabad has ganga water supply, not like dry gurgaon.
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  • Once landowners, now they are security guards

    though to share this story... a learning lesson about how greed ruins one's life

    GURGAON: They once owned the land where swanky highrises have come up in this corporate hub adjoining the national capital. Injudicious use of the money they earned from developers has now seen many of them working as security guards in those very buildings.

    "Illiterate or less-educated farmers are now working as private security guards or driving autos to earn their livelihood," said Omprakash Yadav, president of the Kisan Sangharsh Samiti farmers' organization.

    "I got more than Rs 2 crore by selling nearly three acres of agricultural land at Sihi village, now Sector 83-84. I purchased six acres in a village in Mahendergarh district, built up a 'kothi' (bungalow) and bought a SUV," Kanwar Yadav, 48, said.

    "I never thought that money would finish one day. I had to sell my SUV after one and a half years. Now I am working as a private security guard in a building on my own land," he added.

    His story is similar to that of many farmers who once owned land on the stretch between Gurgaon and Manesar. About 90 per cent of the farmers from these villages sold their agricultural land to private builders either out of fear or willingness or greed.

    Mahesh Yadav, 34, quit his job as a Haryana Police constable a few years ago when he received more than Rs 1.5 crore by selling land. "He used to celebrate and give parties on the birthdays of his family members. Once he organized a party to celebrate the birthday of his pet. He drove a Mahindra Scorpio for two years. Now, he works as the driver of a private vehicle," said an elderly resident of Sikanderpur village.

    Mahender Singh, 50, received close to Rs 4 crore by selling nearly five acres of land in July 2008. After buying 10 acres of cultivable land in a village near Dharuhera in the adjoining Rewari district, he bought a Mitsubishi Pajero. After 18 months he replaced it with a Tata Safari that he sold in early 2012 and now drives a Maruti Swift.

    "My seven-member family survives on the little rent that comes from my plot in Gurgaon city. I had never thought it would come to this," Mahender Singh said.

    Ramesh, 38, has a similar story. After getting nearly Rs 80 lakh in 2006, he purchased some agriculture land in Rewari district, opened a hardware store and bought a Hyundai Santro car. By 2011, he closed the store, sold the Santro, and now he drives a three-wheeler of his own.

    Omprakash, 40, of Rampura village now works as the assistant of a sub-contractor, building flats on the land in Sector 82 that includes five acres that were once his.

    "I had an emotional attachment with my land, but I sold it because there was a strong rumour that the government would acquire it," Omprakash said.

    "Many of the semi-illiterate farmers and their families, in the absence of proper guidance and experience, got into the habit of overspending without generating proper sources of regular income," Anurag Bakshi, a former Indian Revenue service (IRS) officer, said.

    "They insisted on buying costly cars and building a bigger house than their neighbours'. There would be competitions in hosting lunches to which hundreds of villages were invited. They spent blindly on their marriage ceremonies," Bakshi added.

    And one day, the money just ran out, leaving them high and dry.
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  • Originally Posted by nilabh9
    though to share this story... a learning lesson about how greed ruins one's life

    GURGAON: They once owned the land where swanky highrises have come up in this corporate hub adjoining the national capital. Injudicious use of the money they earned from developers has now seen many of them working as security guards in those very buildings.

    "Illiterate or less-educated farmers are now working as private security guards or driving autos to earn their livelihood," said Omprakash Yadav, president of the Kisan Sangharsh Samiti farmers' organization.

    "I got more than Rs 2 crore by selling nearly three acres of agricultural land at Sihi village, now Sector 83-84. I purchased six acres in a village in Mahendergarh district, built up a 'kothi' (bungalow) and bought a SUV," Kanwar Yadav, 48, said.

    "I never thought that money would finish one day. I had to sell my SUV after one and a half years. Now I am working as a private security guard in a building on my own land," he added.

    His story is similar to that of many farmers who once owned land on the stretch between Gurgaon and Manesar. About 90 per cent of the farmers from these villages sold their agricultural land to private builders either out of fear or willingness or greed.

    Mahesh Yadav, 34, quit his job as a Haryana Police constable a few years ago when he received more than Rs 1.5 crore by selling land. "He used to celebrate and give parties on the birthdays of his family members. Once he organized a party to celebrate the birthday of his pet. He drove a Mahindra Scorpio for two years. Now, he works as the driver of a private vehicle," said an elderly resident of Sikanderpur village.

    Mahender Singh, 50, received close to Rs 4 crore by selling nearly five acres of land in July 2008. After buying 10 acres of cultivable land in a village near Dharuhera in the adjoining Rewari district, he bought a Mitsubishi Pajero. After 18 months he replaced it with a Tata Safari that he sold in early 2012 and now drives a Maruti Swift.

    "My seven-member family survives on the little rent that comes from my plot in Gurgaon city. I had never thought it would come to this," Mahender Singh said.

    Ramesh, 38, has a similar story. After getting nearly Rs 80 lakh in 2006, he purchased some agriculture land in Rewari district, opened a hardware store and bought a Hyundai Santro car. By 2011, he closed the store, sold the Santro, and now he drives a three-wheeler of his own.

    Omprakash, 40, of Rampura village now works as the assistant of a sub-contractor, building flats on the land in Sector 82 that includes five acres that were once his.

    "I had an emotional attachment with my land, but I sold it because there was a strong rumour that the government would acquire it," Omprakash said.

    "Many of the semi-illiterate farmers and their families, in the absence of proper guidance and experience, got into the habit of overspending without generating proper sources of regular income," Anurag Bakshi, a former Indian Revenue service (IRS) officer, said.

    "They insisted on buying costly cars and building a bigger house than their neighbours'. There would be competitions in hosting lunches to which hundreds of villages were invited. They spent blindly on their marriage ceremonies," Bakshi added.

    And one day, the money just ran out, leaving them high and dry.

    Guys

    May I know why you guys are posting irrelevant news in this thread?
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  • Originally Posted by cookie
    Guys

    May I know why you guys are posting irrelevant news in this thread?


    I agree Cookie bhai mine post was very much relevant about power crisis in gurgaon
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  • Originally Posted by pnkajchamoli
    I agree Cookie bhai mine post was very much relevant about power crisis in gurgaon

    I don't know about sector-10 in Gurgaon so won't comment , But where I live there is not more than 4 hours power cut at present.

    By the way, "LAL kua" mein kitnein ghantein power cut rehatha hai?
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  • what is lal kuan?
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  • Originally Posted by pnkajchamoli
    what is lal kuan?

    area of Ghaziabad
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