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Old February 14th, 2012, 07:42 AM   #601
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Here is an excerpt from an article i read, the CMD of supertech says that supernova is getting a decent response. I do not know how true it is but, if it is the case, then I guess supernova will definitely see the light of day very very soon!!

'Back home, Supertech has Supernova in Noida, a mixed-use development building, and is planning to come up with more. The first three floors will be commercial and thereafter residential. Multiplex major PVR has acquired space already. Talks are on with MNCs who are interested in buying space in office building right next. “We have sold 600 units of the total 1,500 residential units,” said R K Arora, CMD, Supertech.'

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Old February 26th, 2012, 01:37 PM   #603
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I dont think this project has been posted before?

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Noida homebuyers fear SP may junk Mayawati projects


NOIDA: Noida, a destination of affordable housing and infrastructure, is keeping its fingers crossed on the return of Mulayam Singh Yadav. Will the SP chief's policies and his need to kill Brand Mayawati seal its fate? Or will Akhilesh be a sobering influence? Residents recall how in 2004, Mulayam had dissolved the district and stalled many projects, leading to clashes.

The already troubled housing sector - plagued by faulty land acquisition policies - is dreading a setback. The fate of 200,000 flats to be built in Noida Extension now hangs by a thread. Any change of stance by the government in Supreme Court will be terrible news for builders and buyers. The farmers may renegotiate yet again.

The outlook on infrastructure projects is grim too. Yamuna Expressway is ready but with toll, speed and security undecided, it's a non-starter. And the townships planned along the expressway may just remain on paper. The builders of the expressway, Jaiprakash Associates Ltd, must be particularly worried because of their proximity to the BSP chief.

In 2004, the SP government had disbanded the district and stalled various projects, thereby slowing down the pace of development. With the party back in power, residents of Noida and Greater Noida are in a quandary regarding the future of these projects.
"The progressive outlook of SP scion Akhilesh Yadav has made us optimistic that developmental work will continue," said Vikram Kasana, president, Evergreen Federation of RWAs, Greater Noida. "However, given the SP's past record, things seem bleak," Kasana added.

Noida residents are even less upbeat about the SP storming to power. "The party had given a bad name to Noida the last time it ruled the state. Though it may claim to be back in a new avatar, we aren't sure how things will pan out," said N P Singh, president, Federation of Noida RWAs.

Besides the Rs 11,000-crore Yamuna Expressway project, other ambitious projects initiated by the BSP include the extension of Delhi Metro routes to Greater Noida and Noida Extension. The Metro line which is already functional till City Center in Sector 32 is to be extended till Sector 62. A 3.9 km route has been proposed between Botanical Garden in Noida and Kalindi Kunj. The cost of the Metro projects stands at Rs 11,000 crore.

In January 2010, a helipad was proposed to be constructed in Sector 128 but only the project site has been finalized till now. Work on Noida City Center - being developed on a multiple land use model across sectors 32 and 25 A - began last year after prolonged delay. The Center will boast of hospitals, banks, entertainment spaces and IT offices.

The fate of the first elevated road, which will run above the Shahdara drain, also remains uncertain. The plan was approved in May 2011. The BSP government had also given the go-ahead to Ganga water projects in Noida and Greater Noida, estimated to cost around Rs 500 crore. The construction of three underpasses, scheduled to start in December 2011, is yet to begin. The upgradation of the Bodaki railway station at a cost of Rs 130 crore has also been stalled. The 400 MW power project of Noida Power Company Limited (NPCL), estimated at Rs 2000 crore, was awaiting environmental clearance from the state government when elections were declared.

Entrepreneurs are also apprehensive about the future of industrial development in the district. "I hope the new government will be more enthusiastic about industrial development and improve the law and order situation," said Vipin Malhan, president, Noida Entrepreneurs' Association.
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I hope that not just these projects, the SP will initiate a number of other projects, particularly in public transport and complete them all. Particularly, making it easy to commute from Noida-Greater Noida-Ghaziabad to Delhi and between the three regions as well as within them. Extension of the Vaishali Metro line will make a difference along with Metro to G. Noida but has to be backed up with new buses within the cities along with more emphasis on walk to work and walk to school. The UP government-this is sounding a bit unrealistic-should seriously look at walk to work/walk to school as a concept in new urban development.
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In greener pastures
Greater Noida's Jaypee Resort woos India Inc
R Pallavi Edition: March 4, 2012



The smoke and noise conjured up on the capital's traffic-laden roads fade away as you steer your way through Noida, and then onto its 'greater' counterpart. In a matter of 15-odd minutes, the scene outside your window transforms from a concrete carnival of malls, universities and housing societies into quiet stretches of green disturbed only by occasional landmarks. Welcome to a sub-city with its eyes set on the future.

If DLF's skyscrapered Gurgaon conjures up images of a raucous Singapore, Jaypee Group's Greater Noida resembles Dubai. It is unprecedented, offers abundant opportunities, and embodies futuristic urban planning, a phenomenon still uncommon in India. In its teething stage, the city creates a lasting impression with its gradually morphing development plans. A relaxed environment that's ideal for fostering business deals and a calm backdrop that can spark energy in tired teams, the Jaypee Greens Golf and Spa Resort at Greater Noida is poised to become India's next big business offsite.


Crystal chandeliers add a dash of glitz to Jaypee's plush banquet halls.
It is situated next to Jaypee's Sports City, which houses the Buddha International F1 circuit and a planned cricket stadium with a capacity of more than one lakh. Given its location, the five-star resort is almost destined to draw crowds from across the world. In fact, you can schedule your offsite on a sporting weekend and book a corporate box at any of these venues in conjunction to your hotel reservation and maximise your stay. This is also your access card to the after-parties that follow. For instance, guests who flew down to watch India's first Grand Prix last year, also enjoyed performances by international music icons Lady Gaga and Edward Maya at the LAP lounge set up on the premises.

Another obvious vantage point, by virtue of its location, is its proximity to the Agra expressway. The idea of getting to the Taj Mahal after a smooth ride across 185km sells like hot cakes. This is only beaten by Jaypee's helicopter excursions to Agra. Here, small groups can be flown into the historic city's Jaypee Palace Hotel, given a VIP tour of the Taj and Fatehpur Sikri and be brought back in style. With a contemporary spin on traditional motifs, the décor is designed to appeal to expats and Indians alike.

The de-cluttered wood and marble interiors are replete with Buddha installations, sometimes life-sized and sometimes in tiny candle stands. There are Indian elements dispersed everywhere. Be it lantern-like chandeliers, quirky cane furniture, palatial doorways and stone cascading waterfalls, or just the herbal lemon-ginger fragrance diffused in the hallways around the resort. The quintessential pre-requisite of a good offsite is a functional set of business facilities. With banquets touched up with exotic flowers, sparkling wines and dreamy satin upholstery, Jaypee dispels all signs of boredom and monotony from conferences and conventions.

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The Imperial, New Delhi offers a more centralised option for businessmen who want to conduct meetings in the capital. If time is at a premium head to their brand new business centre, One Imperial Place.

A Royal Retreat The Imperial is New Delhi's only heritage hotel. Overlooking a pool flanked by greens, the business centre urges you to step out for a cool cocktail or a massage on the deck after work.

Corporate Quotient The three boardrooms can fit 10-12 people each and are equipped with white boards connected to TVs, electronic meeting tables and video conferencing infrastructure that connects upto four locations simultaneously. The service also includes secretarial staff. Website theimperialindia.com
To begin with, the three large halls with a seating capacity of up to 300 people are equipped with projectors, surround sound and digital screens. These can be opened up to form one pillar-less hall with a capacity of more than 1000 people. Unlike destination off-sites on beaches and hill stations, the weather is hardly as favourable. But, the garden stretches amidst undulating greens, colourful fountains and manmade ponds and serves as a picturesque backdrop for meetings over spring-brunches and fall-dinners.

Besides a bunch of meeting rooms for small groups of 10-12, there's a fully-equipped business centre on the ground floor. Here, the nitty-gritty's of corporate gatherings, like last minute faxes, burning discs and lamination can be sorted out with secretarial support. Your watercooler moments are given a fun spin with espressos from the Coffee Bar, cookies and cakes from the Bakers' Studio and limited edition Cuban stogies from Churchill, the resort's classic, woody humidor.

Golf has always run parallel to corporate networking and nothing quite comes close to a friendly putting session at the country's first championship golf course. Designed by Australian golf veteran Greg Norman, Jaypee's 18-hole golf course stretches over 7,347 yards and features 14 lakes and bunkers reminiscent of Melbourne's classic Sand Belt course.


Thailand-based Six Senses Resorts and Spa has set up its first Indian branch at the Jaypee Resort
After you're done exploring the fairways and wild grasses of this expanse, rush your worn out self to the resort's spa district for a golfer's massage. Like all other spheres, this one too has an element of novelty attached to it. The first Indian branch of the world-renowned wellness chain, the Six Senses, has hammams, meditation caves and a herbal garden. The Raw Food restaurant at the spa schools you in the dietary science of veganism, should you be so inclined, although it also features light meat and fish dishes. Most massages centre on stress relief and detoxification, the two utmost necessities of corporate travellers. A good way to bolster team spirit and improve concentration would be a collective enrollment for the tai-chi and pilates classes held at the spa every morning just before you begin work.

The upscale set up has an impressive spread of cuisines. Typically, corporate getaways are held over a weekend and Jaypee's different dining options allow you to indulge in diverse flavours. Paatra dishes out fiery Indian delicacies like achaari jhinga and bhutte ki seekh and desserts like ananas-e-paatra, an infusion of spicy pineapple and vanilla ice-cream. Here, a sommelier will pair local breads and curries with the right wines. This uplifts the traditional north Indian fare you find here into a gourmet experience.

Diners who want a more international meal can head to Ano Tai and La Brezza. The former will put you in an Oriental mood with its low seating, overbearing Buddha installations and live cooking of Thai, Japanese and Chinese. The latter creates fresh Italian offerings. Here, you can watch the staff cut herbs from a plant straight into your tomato and basil soup, crush fresh pepper onto your ravioli and sprinkle olive oil and balsamic.

At Jaypee, you feel like an active part of a progressive landscape, one that thrives on infrastructure development and results in unmatched comforts and luxuries. These are the exact attributes India Inc wants its business to mirror.
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Old March 9th, 2012, 12:34 PM   #608
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These SP F*cks better not shut any projects!!
They are vindictive towards the district. They better realize that there are 10000 times the number of non farmers(than farmers) working and earning in Noida and if they cancel allotments, they're just bringing a bad name to the district which is a cash cow for UP and they need not pretend that they are anti corruption as they themselves were an absolutely corrupt third class party when they were in power last time!

I hope that the BJP mla will prevent this rubbish from happening and when most of the farmers are fine with the compensation they do not need to sadistically open these cases just to create fire. If anything, they should work towards an amicable solution without causing any hindrance to the construction activity!
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Oh $hit.. !! My investments are in trouble if the above article is true
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Varun & Jennoida:

Let's hope for the best. I was wishing for Noida-G.Noida to become an international destinaton but now I don't know. Fingers crossed.
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These SP F*cks better not shut any projects!!
They are vindictive towards the district. They better realize that there are 10000 times the number of non farmers(than farmers) working and earning in Noida and if they cancel allotments, they're just bringing a bad name to the district which is a cash cow for UP and they need not pretend that they are anti corruption as they themselves were an absolutely corrupt third class party when they were in power last time!

I hope that the BJP mla will prevent this rubbish from happening and when most of the farmers are fine with the compensation they do not need to sadistically open these cases just to create fire. If anything, they should work towards an amicable solution without causing any hindrance to the construction activity!
Couldn't agree more.
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you need to get attuned to this sad reality - NOIDA is probably the biggest cash cow UP has. SP wants to milk this cow - and it will ! Its not a rational, progressive party - and you can expect this to grow worse as time passes
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NOIDA, viewed from the golf course station

Recent pictures (25 Feb) taken from the golf course metro station. A fair bit of construction activity can be seen at the fringe of the city. Although, I cannot identify these projects (presumably apartments/institutional buildings), save for Celeste.

1. Pointing SOUTH-WEST (Celeste)



2. Pointing SOUTH


3. Pointing SOUTH-EAST


4. Pointing EAST
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Naive - Let's Not Be !

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you need to get attuned to this sad reality - NOIDA is probably the biggest cash cow UP has. SP wants to milk this cow - and it will ! Its not a rational, progressive party - and you can expect this to grow worse as time passes


Development issues rule politics in emerging India. Not ultaa-paltaa.

Some bashers bash BSP, others SP or Congress, even BJP !!!

Let's not be so naive. Everyone, not even the SP cannot stop or hijack development. Smartly, SP is throwing it's hat in the rink of developmental politics.

Politicos just show up for ribbon cutting, coconut smashing and lot's of picture opportunities. The agenda is set by Global polit-economics.

Development is basically World Bank, IMF, EU Japan and internal accrual funded. Dubai, Singapore and Mauritius are gateways to Bombay, Delhi, Madras & Calcutta. Other cities fend for themselves like Bangalore, Pune, Chandigarh and even there FDI shows up. Bang., Pune, and places like Coimbatore or Kanpur have industries basically catering to India and Global outsourcing. Hyderabad was independently rich, remember the Nizam. This is trickling down to all other places. Eg. newly formed Uttarakhand, or Chattisgarh went from tourism and military-border industry and rip-&-roar mining to much industrialization in 10-15 yrs. flat .

To wit SP may end up boosting development in UP and therefore Noida too, even if by 'bungling'. 'Milking' also implies development :no crook: .

Development will modernize SP, NOT SP will overturn development.
De-industrialising Noida is not SP's cuppa tea; nor is it politically savvy.
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As per my guess the multi-storey buildings at the end of the last picture are the developments coming up at Noida extension!
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Noida housing scam: BSP cleared

all allegations part of election propoganda. SP can stop a project only if they find some irregularity / illegality in bidding or some other process.

http://www.financialexpress.com/news...eared/923024/0

Mehrotra, who is retiring on March 16, has conveyed to the government that he is closing the investigation as he “could not find any lack of transparency or point of corruption” in the allotment of about 38 lakh square metre of land to private builders under the group housing scheme.

His decision, coming right before the SP government is set to take over, has brought relief for many officials.

Two similar complaints were filed by Vikas Gupta, a resident of Gautam Budh Nagar, and Kirit Somaiya, BJP secretary, in October last year, alleging anomalies and lack of transparency in the allotment of 72 housing plots in the fiscal 2009-10 and 2010-2011.

In his eight-page closure report marked to Mohinder Singh, Noida Chairman, the Lokayukta has expressed “satisfaction” over the explanations given by Singh and Greater Noida CEO Rama Raman. Lokayukta has also made remarks of senior IAS officer Balwinder Kumar on the complaints the basis of his report.

Some of the points in the complaints and the Lokayukta’s findings are:

z Lack of transparency in bidding process and allotment of plots: The Lokayukta found that the advertisement of each scheme was placed in at least four national newspapers. Bid forms were sold through different banks and each scheme was open for at least

21 days.

z Allotment of 73 group housing plots at Rs 8,131 crore against the market rate of Rs 16,000 crore: Balwinder Kumar told the Lokayukta that there is no comparison between DM circle rate and rates fixed for a housing scheme. While DM Circle rate is mainly for assessment of stamp duty on the registration of properties, here the rates are defined keeping acquisition, development and maintenance of the plots in mind. The Lokayukta concluded, “While the reasoning by Balwinder Kumar is based on document and facts, the complainant has no basis to arrive at the figure of Rs 16,000 crore.’’

z Builders were given allotment after depositing 5 per cent of the bid amount and possession was given after depositing another 5 per cent. For the remaining amount, they were given 36 months’ time: The Lokayukta said that there was a fall in demand during the time period of allotments due to recession. To overcome this, a policy was formed whereby possession was given after taking 10-per cent deposit, and the allottees were given the facility to deposit the rest in 24 months.
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Wave to invest Rs 4,000 cr in Noida township

Wave Infratech, the realty arm of Ponty Chadha's Wave Group, today said it will invest Rs 4,000 crore to develop the first phase of the 152-acre township in Noida and the company does not see any impact on the project with change of government in Uttar Pradesh.

The integrated mixed-use project would be developed on the land the company had won last year through an auction for about Rs 6,500 crore after outbidding Amrapali and The 3C Company.

"We are launching Wave City Centre in Noida which will be a city within a city with world-class amenities," Wave Infratech Joint Managing Director Manpreet Singh Chadha said.

When asked whether the project would be affected after change in the political scenario in UP as the company is perceived to be close to Mayawati, Chadha said: "We have been doing business in UP from the last 60 years. We do not envisage any problem."

The land has been registered and the company expects to get all the necessary approvals to start the development of the project within few weeks, he added.

On the project cost, Chadha said the company would invest Rs 4,000 crore to construct the first phase of township covering about 50 acres of land.

"We will fund this investment from internal accruals, advances from customers, debt and private equity," he added.

Giving details about the township, Chadha said the total size would be 40 million square feet, of which the company would develop 9.5 million square feet in the first phase to be delivered by 2016.

In the first phase, the company will develop 1,400 housing units with a starting price of over Rs 1 crore, 900 studio apartments, 370 high street shop condominiums, two hotels comprising 400 rooms, a shopping mall covering 2 million square feet of area and 1.8 million square feet of office area.

The entire township will have 3,000 hotel rooms in various categories and 43,000 car parking facilities.

Wave Infratech is developing other realty projects in Noida, Ghaziabad and Mohali.

Besides real estate, the Wave Group is into sugar, liquor and entertainment businesses.

The premises of Ponty Chadha were today searched by the Income Tax Department in February and at locations in Delhi in connection with alleged tax evasion.

Wave Infratech had said that widespread rumours and wrong information have been circulated to tarnish the image of the group with "malafide intention".
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Interesting that a group known to be close to the BSP does not seem to be worried. Wonder why.
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Airbus to help set up pilot training centre in Noida



Airbus Industries, the French aircraft maker, will establish a pilot training centre in Noida, near New Delhi. The company signed an agreement with CAE Simulator Training here today.

The facility will train up to 5,000 pilots and maintenance crew annually. The CAE Simulator Training is a join venture between InterGlobe and Canada's flight simulator company, CAE. The agreement was inked on the opening day of the 5-day India Aviation-2012.

The centre will be fully operational by 2013, making it one of the biggest training facilities of its type in the region. Noida will be Airbus' second Indian pilot training facility, in addition to the Airbus Training India centre (ATI) which was opened in Bangalore in 2007.

The new facility will be spread over a 3.5-acre site and initially house up to six full-flight simulators, with a capability to expand to eight simulator bays. Focus will be on using multimedia classrooms, computer-based training for commercial aircraft pilots .

Programmes will also be offered for maintenance technicians, Dr Kiran Rao, Airbus Executive Vice-President - Sales and President Airbus India, said in a release. Mr Rahul Bhatia, Group Managing Director, InterGlobe, said, “Airbus and CAE's participation in this initiative will give the much needed impetus to meet the talent needs of the civil aviation community.
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