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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Residents of Dwarka oppose DDA's Plans to develop Megacities

The Dwarka Forum - a collective of residents from residential complexes and the Dwarka Kshetra Gram (DKGK), a group of 20 villages have asked the DDA to put on hold its expansion plans, keeping in mind the depleting water table and shrinking water sources. These residents have joined forces to oppose Delhi government’s move to add five new townships to the city. "Dwarka does not even get half of the water that it should. Villages around Dwarka are dependent on tube-well water. There is no piped-water from the Delhi Jal Board for them and they are forced to use unfit tube-well water. It is impractical to increase the city limits," said Mr. Diwan Singh, a member of the Dwarka Forum.

manish said...

The government has proposed the setting up of mega townships in North Delhi, South of Vasant Kunj, in Nangloi between Rohtak Road in the North and Dwarka in the West, in Najafgarh area and in North-West Delhi between Rohini and Haryana.

Manish said...

Here is List of tallest buildings in India:-
The Imperial, Mumbai - 60 Floors
Ashok Towers 1, Mumbai - 53 Floors
Planet Godrej Mumbai, 51 Floors
Shreepati Arcade, Mumbai - 45 Floors
RNA Mirage, Mumbai - 41 Floors
Belvedere Court, Mumbai - 40 Floors
Oberoi Spas, Mumbai - 40 Floors
Kalpataru Heights, Mumbai - 39 Floors

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