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  • Originally Posted by NCRguru
    Visited the site today, things seem to be picking up. I just hope it continues and we finally get our flats. I almost got pessimistic by reading this thread and comments made by some members. On a different note, a friend of mine is looking for a GC Flat. Any suggestions on price and resale would be highly appreciated.


    Can you provide a few details like which towers you visited and what changes you saw in labour mobilisation (if any)
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  • Originally Posted by Bharatiya
    Layouts, sanctioning, construction and final safety approvals to build Airport will take 5-10 years. And even before that land acquisition for Airport alone will take a long time.

    In BEST case scenario, Jewar Airport will only be ready by 2027.


    Agree. I don't think the infrastructure was a major issue in any case. I think it's just an intent + ability issue. Intent is suspicious, and ability is very limited if not zero.
    Deliveryof my flat has been promised in the Oct-Nov time range. No external factors can help jp finish this.
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  • This news can open a can of worms for those who benefited from land acquisitions by past UP government :

    http://m.timesofindia.com/city/noida/probe-into-maya-era-land-acquisition/articleshow/59293032.cms
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  • http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Delhi/centre-gives-wings-to-international-airport-in-jewar/article19143093.ece


    Centre gives wings to international airport in Jewar

    Special Correspondent
    New Delhi, June 25, 2017 00:07 IST
    Updated: June 25, 2017 10:16 IST
    Noida International Airport likely to be operational within six years, will be built to handle 30-50 million passengers per year

    A second airport in the National Capital Region (NCR) will become a reality in the next five years as the Centre gave its nod to develop a “world class” international airport in Greater Noida’s Jewar region in UttarPradesh.

    The clearance for the long-pending airport project was given by the Ministry of Civil Aviation’s Steering Committee, which met on Friday. The panel gave its nod after taking inputs from the Airports Authority of India (AAI), the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the Defence Ministry, the Finance Ministry and the NITI Aayog.
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    The Noida International Airport will be built to handle 30-50 million passengers per year over the next decade, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said.

    The airport is aimed at easing the burden on Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), which is expected to reach its peak capacity of handling 109 million passengers in the next seven years.

    The new airport for Delhi-NCR will be at par with the Mumbai airport, which handles around 45 million passengers annually at present. The airport will be built in two phases, with the first phase expected to be operational “in five-six years,” Civil Aviation Secretary R. N. Choubey said.

    The first phase of the new airport will see flight operations from one runway and one terminal with a potential to handle around 20-25 million passengers.
    Flight Path

    2002: The Mayawati government proposes setting up of a greenfield airport at Jewar
    2004-2009: The Union Cabinet, under the then UPA government, refers the proposal to a Group of Ministers. The proposal is put on the back burner
    2012: The Akhilesh Yadav government scraps the plan and proposes a new airport site between Agra and Mathura
    2016: The UP government revives the plan and sends a formal proposal for site clearance to the proposed ‘Noida International Airport’ at Jewar
    2017: The Yogi Adityanath government asks for fresh technical evaluation report on Jewar airport

    “The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority has notified an area of 3,000 hectares. The first phase will be developed on 1,000 hectares. We expect an investment of ₹ 15,000-₹ 20,000 crore investment,” Mr. Raju said.

    The airport will be built on a public-private partnership model with the GMR-led Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), which currently operates IGIA, getting the Right of First Refusal (RoFR) at the time of bidding for the Noida International Airport, the Minister added.

    According to the Operation Management and Development Agreement (OMDA) that GMR signed with its IGIA partner, AAI, the former will have the RoFR in case an airport is built within 150 km of the existing one. In the case of the Navi Mumbai airport, the GVK-led Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL), which won the bid to run the airport, also had a RoFR due to an existing airport at Mumbai.

    Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha said the new airport at Jewar will be “like an aerotropoliswith an airport at the centre and a whole host of economic activities clustered around it”.

    “It will become a hub for the pharmaceutical industry, the education sector, tourism, and also for electronic manufacturing. Samsung and others are already building their manufacturing facility very close to this area. This airport will provide a massive boost to economic activity to the NCR and in western UP,” Mr.Sinha added.

    He said the new airport will also provide seamless domestic and international connectivity to western U.P. with Noida, Agra, Mathura, Meerut, Vrindavan, Moradabad and Bulandshahr likely to serve as the catchment area for the airport.

    In the meeting, the U.P. government assured that it will provide multi-modal transport connectivity to the new airport by extending metro rail connectivity from Greater Noida to Jewar, Mr. Choubey said.

    After the Centre’s nod, the onus will be on the U.P. government to prepare a techno-economic feasibility report for the project within a year, and acquire land for it.

    “During the meeting, representatives of the U.P. government have confirmed to us that farmers are quite willing to provide land for airport development on a negotiated settlement basis, so there may not be any need for forcible land acquisition,” Mr. Choubey said.

    He said that the land parcel identified by the U.P. government is mainly agricultural land, so rehabilitation will not be a major issue since it is not inhabited land.


    has notified an area of 3,000 hectares. The first phase will be developed on 1,000 hectares. We expect an investment of ₹ 15,000-₹ 20,000 crore investment,” Mr. Raju said.

    The airport will be built on a public-private partnership model with the GMR-led Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), which currently operates IGIA, getting the Right of First Refusal (RoFR) at the time of bidding for the Noida International Airport, the Minister added.

    According to the Operation Management and Development Agreement (OMDA) that GMR signed with its IGIA partner, AAI, the former will have the RoFR in case an airport is built within 150 km of the existing one. In the case of the Navi Mumbai airport, the GVK-led Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL), which won the bid to run the airport, also had a RoFR due to an existing airport at Mumbai.

    Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha said the new airport at Jewar will be “like an aerotropoliswith an airport at the centre and a whole host of economic activities clustered around it”.

    “It will become a hub for the pharmaceutical industry, the education sector, tourism, and also for electronic manufacturing. Samsung and others are already building their manufacturing facility very close to this area. This airport will provide a massive boost to economic activity to the NCR and in western UP,” Mr.Sinha added.

    He said the new airport will also provide seamless domestic and international connectivity to western U.P. with Noida, Agra, Mathura, Meerut, Vrindavan, Moradabad and Bulandshahr likely to serve as the catchment area for the airport.

    In the meeting, the U.P. government assured that it will provide multi-modal transport connectivity to the new airport by extending metro rail connectivity from Greater Noida to Jewar, Mr. Choubey said.

    After the Centre’s nod, the onus will be on the U.P. government to prepare a techno-economic feasibility report for the project within a year, and acquire land for it.

    “During the meeting, representatives of the U.P. government have confirmed to us that farmers are quite willing to provide land for airport development on a negotiated settlement basis, so there may not be any need for forcible land acquisition,” Mr. Choubey said.

    He said that the land parcel identified by the U.P. government is mainly agricultural land, so rehabilitation will not be a major issue since it is not inhabited land.


    has notified an area of 3,000 hectares. The first phase will be developed on 1,000 hectares. We expect an investment of ₹ 15,000-₹ 20,000 crore investment,” Mr. Raju said.

    The airport will be built on a public-private partnership model with the GMR-led Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), which currently operates IGIA, getting the Right of First Refusal (RoFR) at the time of bidding for the Noida International Airport, the Minister added.

    According to the Operation Management and Development Agreement (OMDA) that GMR signed with its IGIA partner, AAI, the former will have the RoFR in case an airport is built within 150 km of the existing one. In the case of the Navi Mumbai airport, the GVK-led Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL), which won the bid to run the airport, also had a RoFR due to an existing airport at Mumbai.

    Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha said the new airport at Jewar will be “like an aerotropoliswith an airport at the centre and a whole host of economic activities clustered around it”.

    “It will become a hub for the pharmaceutical industry, the education sector, tourism, and also for electronic manufacturing. Samsung and others are already building their manufacturing facility very close to this area. This airport will provide a massive boost to economic activity to the NCR and in western UP,” Mr.Sinha added.

    He said the new airport will also provide seamless domestic and international connectivity to western U.P. with Noida, Agra, Mathura, Meerut, Vrindavan, Moradabad and Bulandshahr likely to serve as the catchment area for the airport.

    In the meeting, the U.P. government assured that it will provide multi-modal transport connectivity to the new airport by extending metro rail connectivity from Greater Noida to Jewar, Mr. Choubey said.

    After the Centre’s nod, the onus will be on the U.P. government to prepare a techno-economic feasibility report for the project within a year, and acquire land for it.

    “During the meeting, representatives of the U.P. government have confirmed to us that farmers are quite willing to provide land for airport development on a negotiated settlement basis, so there may not be any need for forcible land acquisition,” Mr. Choubey said.

    He said that the land parcel identified by the U.P. government is mainly agricultural land, so rehabilitation will not be a major issue since it is not inhabited land.


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  • It would be nice for inabitants and investors in this region , if this airport gets built. Property prices should be positively affected in the long run. I have multiple investments in Noida and Greater Noida, which I plan to hold for the long run, as part of my portfolio, so I will certainly be happy if all of this happens. However, while brokers will certainly start hyping up property prices immediately, there is no change in fundamentals today and the average investor is not going to be able to exit at any higher a price immediately. Over the longer term , this should be supportive, especially for YEIDA and Greater Noida, if the plans are actually executed, though.

    Most major international airports tend to be in the less fashionable parts of a city where land is cheap and poorer sections of society live. So, one should maintain perspective on what this means for the region. Assuming everything goes perfectly, it will be comparable to the likes of Palam , Newark, Jamaica in Queens or Hounslow, none of which is a particularly desirable address. You can read my posts on the airport thread for detailed views, but the bottom line is except for brokers who can be involved in the flash deals the real estate lobby to "prove" that prices are going up, most investors will not be able to sell at higher prices in the short term.

    For JP investors , this news is a trap. They have a very short window of weeks to do anything to save their investments. If they get distracted and complacent on this news, which will have zero impact on the ground, they will lose even the small hope they have of ever getting their homes completed.
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity


    For JP investors , this news is a trap. They have a very short window of weeks to do anything to save their investments. If they get distracted and complacent on this news, which will have zero impact on the ground, they will lose even the small hope they have of ever getting their homes completed.


    Do u know

    1. JAL is guarrantor for debt of JIL.... resolution AGM MAY-13

    2. JAL has successfully restructured its debt and is spared from any action.

    3. Manoj gaur is personal guarrantor for debt of JIL

    I guess the reason why still JIL is being taken to NCLT is because RBI has placed operational restrictions on IDBI bank ( lead banker ) due to which IDBI bank is unable to extend required support for restructuring JPI debt...
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  • Originally Posted by bhuwan


    Do u know

    1. JAL is guarrantor for debt of JIL.... resolution AGM MAY-13

    2. JAL has successfully restructured its debt and is spared from any action.

    3. Manoj gaur is personal guarrantor for debt of JIL

    I guess the reason why still JIL is being taken to NCLT is because RBI has placed operational restrictions on IDBI bank ( lead banker ) due to which IDBI bank is unable to extend required support for restructuring JPI debt...

    Half knowledge is more dangerous than no knowledge.
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  • Airport...Hahaha...airport is here
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity

    Half knowledge is more dangerous than no knowledge.


    Misleading the people after knowing the truth is called fraud.
    तू कर ले हिसाब अपने हिसाब से, ऊपर वाला करेगा हिसाब अपने हिसाब से.......Fear God n dont make people's mind fearful.
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  • GMR and GVK — have expressed a keen interest in setting up the international airport in Jewar.



    The Union civil aviation ministry on Saturday gave an in-principle approval for the site in Jewar. The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA), which has the mandate to acquire land for development, had in 2016 notified 3,000 hectares of agricultural land for the project. The land falls between Yamuna Expressway and river Yamuna. There are around 40 old villages in this area, farmers of which farmers own the 3,000 hectares identified for the project.

    “In the first phase, we will acquire 1,000 hectares,” Dr Prabhat Kumar, chairman of YEIDA, said.

    The obstacle limitation survey (OLS) conducted in June, before the site clearance, identified the issues — relocation of around 10 villages and other obstacles that are in the way of the runway — in the first phase of the project, for which 1,000 hectares are required.

    “Two companies dealing in aviation sector — GMR and GVK — have expressed a keen interest in setting up the international airport in Jewar. Therefore, we believe that the project will be developed at a record speed. It took 20 years for the Mumbai (Navi) airport to be developed, but with the smooth land acquisition and farmers’ cooperation, we aim to get all necessary clearances, including environmental ones, by 2019 for the first phase,” said Kumar.
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    • Yamuna Expressway authority asks government for dedicated team to handle Jewar airport

      YEIDA has demanded a dedicated provincial civil service (PCS) officer for this project.


      At present, YEIDA has a chief executive officer, an additional CEO and an officer on special duty, besides other lower level staff.(HT File Photo)

      Updated: Jun 25, 2017 21:51 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      A day after the civil aviation ministry gave the green signal for an international airport to be set up in Jewar, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) on Sunday decided to form a dedicated team for handling the project.

      “The civil aviation ministry’s green signal means that the real challenge has just started. It is just the beginning; we need to put in a lot of hard work to fast-track this project. However, to do that, we need a dedicated team because we do not have adequate personnel for the special project at present. I have written for to the government for the formation of a dedicated team,” said Dr Prabhat Kumar, chairman of the Yamuna Expressway and the Greater Noida authorities.

      Kumar also holds the charge of the commissioner for Meerut division.

      YEIDA has demanded a dedicated provincial civil service (PCS) officer for this project. “I have already requested the chief minister for a dedicated PCS officer, supported by a team of tehsildars and other officials, to be put in place immediately for the project,” said Kumar.

      At present, YEIDA has a chief executive officer, an additional CEO and an officer on special duty, besides other lower level staff.

      “I have also requested the UP board of revenue to provide us with a team of tehsildars because we need to acquire 1,000 hectares for the first phase of the project. We need to deal with thousands of farmers. Therefore, we need a dedicated team to ensure smooth land acquisition,” said Kumar.
      YEIDA will play a crucial role as it is tasked with acquiring agricultural land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019.

      “Once we acquire the land and prepare it for the project, we will get environmental clearances. Subsequently, we will get an in-principle approval for the project from the civil aviation ministry. Right now, the ministry has given us the in-principle approval for the site. My target is to get all necessary approvals and prepare the land for setting up the project by 2019,” said Kumar.

      The UP government had set up YEIDA on April 24, 2001, to build the 165 km Yamuna Expressway, set up industries and develop urban areas along this road. However, the authority’s plan to house 35 lakh people by 2031, as per its master plan, is yet to pick up pace.



      Around 2.5 lakh hectares in 1,187 villages of six districts — Gautam Budh Nagar, Bulandshahar, Aligarh, Hathras, Mathura and Agra — have been notified under YEIDA. However, in the last 15 years, no major industry, except yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali food park and five mobile phone manufacturers, has set up base
      At present, YEIDA has a chief executive officer, an additional CEO and an officer on special duty, besides other lower level staff.(HT File Photo)

      Updated: Jun 25, 2017 21:51 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      A day after the civil aviation ministry gave the green signal for an international airport to be set up in Jewar, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) on Sunday decided to form a dedicated team for handling the project.

      “The civil aviation ministry’s green signal means that the real challenge has just started. It is just the beginning; we need to put in a lot of hard work to fast-track this project. However, to do that, we need a dedicated team because we do not have adequate personnel for the special project at present. I have written for to the government for the formation of a dedicated team,” said Dr Prabhat Kumar, chairman of the Yamuna Expressway and the Greater Noida authorities.

      Kumar also holds the charge of the commissioner for Meerut division.

      YEIDA has demanded a dedicated provincial civil service (PCS) officer for this project. “I have already requested the chief minister for a dedicated PCS officer, supported by a team of tehsildars and other officials, to be put in place immediately for the project,” said Kumar.

      At present, YEIDA has a chief executive officer, an additional CEO and an officer on special duty, besides other lower level staff.

      “I have also requested the UP board of revenue to provide us with a team of tehsildars because we need to acquire 1,000 hectares for the first phase of the project. We need to deal with thousands of farmers. Therefore, we need a dedicated team to ensure smooth land acquisition,” said Kumar.
      YEIDA will play a crucial role as it is tasked with acquiring agricultural land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019.

      “Once we acquire the land and prepare it for the project, we will get environmental clearances. Subsequently, we will get an in-principle approval for the project from the civil aviation ministry. Right now, the ministry has given us the in-principle approval for the site. My target is to get all necessary approvals and prepare the land for setting up the project by 2019,” said Kumar.

      The UP government had set up YEIDA on April 24, 2001, to build the 165 km Yamuna Expressway, set up industries and develop urban areas along this road. However, the authority’s plan to house 35 lakh people by 2031, as per its master plan, is yet to pick up pace.



      Around 2.5 lakh hectares in 1,187 villages of six districts — Gautam Budh Nagar, Bulandshahar, Aligarh, Hathras, Mathura and Agra — have been notified under YEIDA. However, in the last 15 years, no major industry, except yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali food park and five mobile phone manufacturers, has set up base
      At present, YEIDA has a chief executive officer, an additional CEO and an officer on special duty, besides other lower level staff.(HT File Photo)

      Updated: Jun 25, 2017 21:51 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      A day after the civil aviation ministry gave the green signal for an international airport to be set up in Jewar, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) on Sunday decided to form a dedicated team for handling the project.

      “The civil aviation ministry’s green signal means that the real challenge has just started. It is just the beginning; we need to put in a lot of hard work to fast-track this project. However, to do that, we need a dedicated team because we do not have adequate personnel for the special project at present. I have written for to the government for the formation of a dedicated team,” said Dr Prabhat Kumar, chairman of the Yamuna Expressway and the Greater Noida authorities.

      Kumar also holds the charge of the commissioner for Meerut division.

      YEIDA has demanded a dedicated provincial civil service (PCS) officer for this project. “I have already requested the chief minister for a dedicated PCS officer, supported by a team of tehsildars and other officials, to be put in place immediately for the project,” said Kumar.

      At present, YEIDA has a chief executive officer, an additional CEO and an officer on special duty, besides other lower level staff.

      “I have also requested the UP board of revenue to provide us with a team of tehsildars because we need to acquire 1,000 hectares for the first phase of the project. We need to deal with thousands of farmers. Therefore, we need a dedicated team to ensure smooth land acquisition,” said Kumar.
      YEIDA will play a crucial role as it is tasked with acquiring agricultural land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019.

      “Once we acquire the land and prepare it for the project, we will get environmental clearances. Subsequently, we will get an in-principle approval for the project from the civil aviation ministry. Right now, the ministry has given us the in-principle approval for the site. My target is to get all necessary approvals and prepare the land for setting up the project by 2019,” said Kumar.

      The UP government had set up YEIDA on April 24, 2001, to build the 165 km Yamuna Expressway, set up industries and develop urban areas along this road. However, the authority’s plan to house 35 lakh people by 2031, as per its master plan, is yet to pick up pace.



      Around 2.5 lakh hectares in 1,187 villages of six districts — Gautam Budh Nagar, Bulandshahar, Aligarh, Hathras, Mathura and Agra — have been notified under YEIDA. However, in the last 15 years, no major industry, except yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali food park and five mobile phone manufacturers, has set up base
      At present, YEIDA has a chief executive officer, an additional CEO and an officer on special duty, besides other lower level staff.(HT File Photo)

      Updated: Jun 25, 2017 21:51 IST

      By Vinod Rajput, Hindustan Times
      A day after the civil aviation ministry gave the green signal for an international airport to be set up in Jewar, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) on Sunday decided to form a dedicated team for handling the project.

      “The civil aviation ministry’s green signal means that the real challenge has just started. It is just the beginning; we need to put in a lot of hard work to fast-track this project. However, to do that, we need a dedicated team because we do not have adequate personnel for the special project at present. I have written for to the government for the formation of a dedicated team,” said Dr Prabhat Kumar, chairman of the Yamuna Expressway and the Greater Noida authorities.

      Kumar also holds the charge of the commissioner for Meerut division.

      YEIDA has demanded a dedicated provincial civil service (PCS) officer for this project. “I have already requested the chief minister for a dedicated PCS officer, supported by a team of tehsildars and other officials, to be put in place immediately for the project,” said Kumar.

      At present, YEIDA has a chief executive officer, an additional CEO and an officer on special duty, besides other lower level staff.

      “I have also requested the UP board of revenue to provide us with a team of tehsildars because we need to acquire 1,000 hectares for the first phase of the project. We need to deal with thousands of farmers. Therefore, we need a dedicated team to ensure smooth land acquisition,” said Kumar.
      YEIDA will play a crucial role as it is tasked with acquiring agricultural land for the project. Also, the authority has decided to get environmental clearances for the project by 2019.

      “Once we acquire the land and prepare it for the project, we will get environmental clearances. Subsequently, we will get an in-principle approval for the project from the civil aviation ministry. Right now, the ministry has given us the in-principle approval for the site. My target is to get all necessary approvals and prepare the land for setting up the project by 2019,” said Kumar.

      The UP government had set up YEIDA on April 24, 2001, to build the 165 km Yamuna Expressway, set up industries and develop urban areas along this road. However, the authority’s plan to house 35 lakh people by 2031, as per its master plan, is yet to pick up pace.



      Around 2.5 lakh hectares in 1,187 villages of six districts — Gautam Budh Nagar, Bulandshahar, Aligarh, Hathras, Mathura and Agra — have been notified under YEIDA. However, in the last 15 years, no major industry, except yoga guru Baba Ramdev’s Patanjali food park and five mobile phone manufacturers, has set up base
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  • Originally Posted by aONEinvestor
    GMR and GVK � have expressed a keen interest in setting up the international airport in Jewar.



    The Union civil aviation ministry on Saturday gave an in-principle approval for the site in Jewar. The Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA), which has the mandate to acquire land for development, had in 2016 notified 3,000 hectares of agricultural land for the project. The land falls between Yamuna Expressway and river Yamuna. There are around 40 old villages in this area, farmers of which farmers own the 3,000 hectares identified for the project.

    �In the first phase, we will acquire 1,000 hectares,� Dr Prabhat Kumar, chairman of YEIDA, said.

    The obstacle limitation survey (OLS) conducted in June, before the site clearance, identified the issues � relocation of around 10 villages and other obstacles that are in the way of the runway � in the first phase of the project, for which 1,000 hectares are required.

    �Two companies dealing in aviation sector � GMR and GVK � have expressed a keen interest in setting up the international airport in Jewar. Therefore, we believe that the project will be developed at a record speed. It took 20 years for the Mumbai (Navi) airport to be developed, but with the smooth land acquisition and farmers� cooperation, we aim to get all necessary clearances, including environmental ones, by 2019 for the first phase,� said Kumar.

    Shame on you for posting misleading headline and selective news. This is the original news story you have selectively copied from :

    http://m.hindustantimes.com/noida/villages-to-be-relocated-for-setting-up-jewar-airport/story-3nQUFBAyBKOxNcGh78pdxJ.html

    You conveniently forgot to mention the villages and ancient temples and mosques that will have to be relocated.

    Btw, both GVK and GMR are heavily indebted and trying to reduce and restructure their debt. If either of them gets into this unviable airport, they will be the next JP.

    No company would like to see the Jewar airport fail more than GMR since they have made massive investments in Delhi airport under the assumption that they will operate a monopoly.

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  • Land Acquisition mein hi 5-10 sal lag jayenge.
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    • NamoDya2 years ago
      The land has been notified years back. There are no pending cases, just payment
  • Originally Posted by Truenity

    Shame on you for posting misleading headline and selective news. This is the original news story you have selectively copied from :

    http://m.hindustantimes.com/noida/villages-to-be-relocated-for-setting-up-jewar-airport/story-3nQUFBAyBKOxNcGh78pdxJ.html

    You conveniently forgot to mention the villages and ancient temples and mosques that will have to be relocated.

    Btw, both GVK and GMR are heavily indebted and trying to reduce and restructure their debt. If either of them gets into this unviable airport, they will be the next JP.

    No company would like to see the Jewar airport fail more than GMR since they have made massive investments in Delhi airport under the assumption that they will operate a monopoly.



    It's funny indeed. Most of corporates in India have huge debts, even GOI has fiscal deficit. You will declare any n everyone bankrupt as per ur convenience. Its strange why a bankrupt company like GVK was awarded development of navi Mumbai airport ! GMR has monopoly on Delhi aviation n they need jewar project to maintain that. Relocation of several old structures is of course a given n not a big deal in a project of this magnitude. Land is not going to be a problem as huge chunk is already acquired by previous govts.Modi n Yogi need to showcase a major project in UP n will leave no stone unturned to complete this project !
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