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NPR, NPR Group, Sector 88, Gurgoan
March 15 2012 , 07:57 PM   #1
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One more thread on NPR. Good

If number of iref posts were to determine popularity, This area would have been the #1 area of Gurgaon by miles !
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LOL. If u read the contents of most of the posts, u would not say so !!!!!!!!!!

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One more thread on NPR. Good

If number of iref posts were to determine popularity, This area would have been the #1 area of Gurgaon by miles !
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Yes, it does & bites real hard .

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Infra comes first and than comes residential accommodation- but here every thing is reverse. True that every builder is leisurely delaying construction here because there is no sign of development. NPR and neharpaar surprisingly have similar tone.
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Does this mean I should stay away from investing in this area? Or I can wait because there won't be much price hike in near future?
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They couldnt even finish 10% of the work that were supposed to by March '12 And last time I checked there were parts on this NPR that were under litigation. So unless there is some sort of compromise/ruling in the matter I see little point in considering investing in that area, unless you have some budget constraints.
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They couldnt even finish 10% of the work that were supposed to by March '12 And last time I checked there were parts on this NPR that were under litigation. So unless there is some sort of compromise/ruling in the matter I see little point in considering investing in that area, unless you have some budget constraints.
As per my understanding

If land is acquired 50 % of work is completed ..
so 14 km worth land acquired out of 18 kms .. that itself makes the project around 30 - 35 % complete

If 3 out of 5 layers of road on 14 km is completed i am not sure how does that amounts to only 8 % of completion

I think the reporter has assigned a weight of 80 % to the bituminous layer only while its reverse if you see it technically

Around 80 % of costs go into till the stage the road has reached .. top layer is just around 17 % - 20 % of total cost

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