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The Bangalore Development Authority on October 25 recovered 44 acres and 15 guntas of its land worth Rs 250 crores in a major land-recovery operation in Kothnur village of Bangalore South taluk. This is a record of sorts in the BDA's history in terms Read More...
Here is a good news to all those poor farmers and NRI Investors: Land grabbers, many of whom went scotfree all this while, may now end up behind bars for laying their hands on prime government land.The jinxed A T Ramaswamy committee report on encroachments Read More...
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...
Provident Housing, a fully-owned subsidiary of the Bangalore-based Puravankara Group, is learnt to have bought a 62-acre land parcel in the outskirts of Bangalore. The deal is believed to have been struck for a value of Rs 150 crore. A person involved 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...
Bangaloreans, particularly the poorer ones, will benefit the most by Wednesday's cabinet decisions. With the Lok Sabha elections in mind, the government announced a bonanza for slum dwellers and illegal building owners. Following the implementation Read More...
At a time when most industrialists are reeling under the recession effect, the Yeddyurappa government has charted a programme to bring back their smiles. The cabinet meeting on Wednesday decided to allow private companies or trusts to buy agricultural Read More...
In Hongasandra and Singasandra villages of Bommanahalli, primarily agricultural land belts, you will not find a single piece of land that has been transacted legally. Hamlets around Bangalore stretching over 1,000 acres to 1,500 acres have not been converted Read More...
The Devanahalli IT park is raining returns even before it's open. Farmers here are cashing in on their land and at least one will finally buy his long dreamt-of BMW car. The monetary compensation of Rs 62 lakh per acre, finally agreed upon at the 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...
Even the previous Coalition Government about 1 year back had announced the same thing, which brought cheers to thousands of middle class families, but after all the drama the government failed, and brought a blanket on this issue, now with the New Government Read More...
BPL Group has sold a 10.5-acre land parcel on Old Madras Road in North-East of Bangalore for Rs 70 crore to Bangalore-based real estate developer Brigade Enterprises. According to a statement from Brigade, it purchased the land parcel through an auction Read More...
The 'main roads' of Devapala, Arudi and Singenahalli villages, bordering Gowribidanur taluk, Bangalore Rural district, are virtually nonexistent. It's tough even for a bullock cart to navigate these roads. The value of dry agricultural land 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...
In a decision that could have far-reaching consequences, the Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) on Thursday informed the Karnataka High Court that it would allot small dimension sites (20 x 30 and 30 x 40) to all those who had made part payments for Read More...