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The 5 New layouts proposed by the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) around the City has generated tremendous interest among the public. The objections to the proposal too are pretty high. With the final notification for the Kempegowda Layout all set Read More...
A fresh legal battle is brewing in the contentious Bangalore Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC) Project as some of the landowners have now sought a compensation amounting to over Rs. 120 crore from top bureaucrats for “fraudulently” acquiring Read More...
Minister for Infrastructure and Tourism G. Janardhana Reddy said the Cabinet has cleared a proposal on the construction Rs. 1,100-crore International Convention Centre (ICC) near the international airport at Devanahalli on public private partnership. Read More...
Like it or not. This is how the Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRC) would be starting the New Year: Demolitions. But the “destruction” is only to give the City its most sought after infrastructure: the Metro rail. And the first building Read More...
New Delhi , India, June 06, 2007 - The Union Minister of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways Thiru T.R.Baalu, has said that his Ministry is working in right earnest on the 250 Kms Bangalore Ring Road project. During a meeting with the Chief Minister Read More...
­The value of hardships varies from Rs. 24,000 to Rs. 6.5 lakh. Tenants will be paid shifting charges and inconvenience allowance. BANGALORE: The 1,500-odd families which will lose their residential or commercial property for the proposed metro rail Read More...
9,178 acres of land to be acquired in 10 villages. Committee to be set up to oversee rehabilitation activities. BANGALORE: Tipped to be a unique land acquisition package that promises to make the land losers a part of development process, the land compensation Read More...
The two townships coming up in Bidadi (Karnataka) are being treated differentially. Reason: One is public sector, the other is private. The BMRDA is building a 9,684-acre township covering six villages and one grazing land at Bidadi. No studies including Read More...