Infra: Govt Moots New Metro Rail Between Noida-Greater Noida

Infra: Govt Moots New Metro Rail Between Noida-Greater Noida

The Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday announced that a 29.5-km Metro rail route will come up between Boraki and Noida City Centre to link Noida and Greater Noida.
Chief Secretary Jawed Usmani said the new Metro route has been necessitated to decongest the city roads, increase connectivity and smoothen traffic. Work on the proposed line was likely to be completed by 2017, he said.
He also said that a total of Rs.5,000 crore would be spent on the ambitious Metro rail link.

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Infrastructure: 12th Auto Expo Sold Out As Carmakers Come In Full Force

Infrastructure: 12th Auto Expo Sold Out As Carmakers Come In Full Force

The Expo has been moved out of Pragati Maidan in New Delhi to a much larger venue at Greater Noida.

Auto Expo is India’s largest and most influential auto show. It not only brings together the leaders of the automotive industry under one roof, but also serves as a launch pad for some of the most awaited cars coming our way. The 12th edition of the Auto Expo will take place from February 5 next year and carmakers, it seems, cannot wait to spread the interest and enthusiasm of their latest offerings to the public.

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Infrastructure- Huge Boost To Yamuna Expressway Region

Infrastructure- Huge Boost To Yamuna Expressway Region

GREATER NOIDA: In an effort to expedite development of areas falling on both sides of the Yamuna Expressway, the Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority officials held a review meeting on Friday. During the meeting, status of power and other infrastructure projects and farmer issues related with land acquisition were discussed. Time-frames for completion of several projects were also fixed.

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Infrastructure- Rains Turn Into A Boon For Birds

Infrastructure- Rains Turn Into A Boon For Birds

GREATER NOIDA: The rains that replenished the Yamuna have also served to increase the water levels at the Surajpur wetland in Greater Noida. Before 2009, the bird sanctuary was nothing short of a filthy, polluted pond, serving as a garbage dump for nearby villages. But today, it’s a thriving eco-system and an important breeding site for a number of endangered birds such as the Sarus Crane. Experts say that the black-necked stork, another threatened species, is also expected to start breeding in the coming years.

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Infrastructure- New Races For India’s U-20 Hopefuls

Infrastructure- New Races For India’s U-20 Hopefuls

NEW DELHI: After deciding to scrap their support races at the Formula One Indian Grand Prix, JK Tyre have started off with their innovative campaigns to offer exposure to the young racers in India. For the Formula BMW series for under-20 drivers, which replaces their Asia Series, the management hopes to get a go-ahead for a race on the street circuit in Srinagar. As of now, they are awaiting for security clearance from the sport’s world governing body, FIA, to stage the event on the circuit which runs around the Dal lake.

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