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- Originally Posted by cyberjunkieInfosys to set up unit in Uttar Pradesh - The Hindu
This is agaiin bogus repeat publicity. land for the sam has already been purchased by infosys several months back, in sector 85.CommentQuote0Flag
- This news is for cabinet approval of registery charge waived facility to Infosys..Lands are already allocated by Authority.CommentQuote0Flag
- Ok. Let's hope something comes up soon. It would be a positive development for the regionCommentQuote0Flag
- Infosys going to setup campus in Sec 85 but that will take 3-5 years from nowCommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by akkispeaksInfosys going to setup campus in Sec 85 but that will take 3-5 years from now
the news article mentioned 35000 jobs .. that's quite a size, looks rather oversized for a singlecompany at a location like Noida, that might give a bit of boost to the rental market as Infy thrives on freshers,which sure won't buy soon, but rather rent out. Or maybe Infy is investing in land, as they have got a huge cashpile .. or is it the Sikka effect .. waqt hi batayega ..CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by bittuc123the news article mentioned 35000 jobs .. that's quite a size, looks rather oversized for a singlecompany at a location like Noida, that might give a bit of boost to the rental market as Infy thrives on freshers,which sure won't buy soon, but rather rent out. Or maybe Infy is investing in land, as they have got a huge cashpile .. or is it the Sikka effect .. waqt hi batayega ..
They got land for almost free and didnt use huge cashpile. Welcome to UP.CommentQuote0Flag
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Noida body to pass on Rs. 1,800-cr burden to property owners - Hindustan Times
Noida body to pass on ` 1,800-cr burden to property owners | GroundTruthsCommentQuote0Flag
- Authority get land from famers @850/sqm and then sell it to 50,000/sqm.
And then it has been proved in Court that land acquisition is void and should pay 64% more so in this situation they are planning to shift that burden to general public.
God knows where the difference between 50,000 and 850 goes.
They just want to construct an road again and again to get their commission.CommentQuote0Flag
- Both unitech and jp buyers are awake
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- Achche Din for office space as TCS leasing 920k sq ft office space in NCR
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Achche Din for office space as TCS leasing 920k sq ft office space in NCR - The Economic TimesCommentQuote0Flag
- buy one get one free by jp on yew!!CommentQuote0Flag
- Originally Posted by anjali2010buy one get one free by jp on yew!!
Have JP started selling oil , soap or shampoo over yew stall :-)CommentQuote0Flag
- Noida, Gr Noida may become India’s first smart cities
Purusharth Aradhak,TNN | Aug 15, 2014, 05.32 AM IST
NOIDA: The twin cities in UP may become India's first smart cities, if everything goes as per plan. This is according to Noida and Greater Noida Authorities chairman Rama Raman.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government may have just announced the development of 100 new smart cities in its first budget last month, but Raman told employees of the Noida Authority on Thursday that 70% of the parameters have already been achieved by Noida and Greater Noida. He also asked the employees to cooperate with him to help meet the twin cities rest of the parameters.
"From Independence Day, the Noida Authority is offering residents a citizens' portal. It is a big move towards making Noida as smart city of the country. Now Noida will get Ganga water supply. But, a lot still needs to be done in offering quality public transport facility and in terms of metro line expansion. We are also working on the concept of recycling the garbage of the city," Raman told TOI.
"Noida is only city in the country that has laid down sewage and drainage network in its 82 villages. The twin cities also has wide roads, hospitals, parks, Formula One track and metro connectivity," he said.
Raman said that the Authority's idea "is to become eligible for the central government's fund earmarked for a smart city".
"These two cities deserve a smart city fund because we have already developed 70% of the facilities in past three decades. If we manage to get Rs 1,000 crore from the Centre, then we will invest that money into building even better infrastructure, including metro," he added.
- TOI has became fakingnews.comCommentQuote0Flag