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Expressway projects to be completed in three years
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Centre sets 3-year deadline to complete stalled expressways

NEW DELHI: Eyeing elections in Delhi, Centre has set a deadline of three years to complete the Eastern and Western Peripheral Expressway, which aim to decongest Delhi roads. The Centre's decision has come after a delegation of all seven Delhi MPs ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Gadkari's idea: Dredge the Yamuna, use earth for buildings

Summary The MPs demanded that work be expedited on the eastern and western peripheral expressways, both vital for easing congestion in the city. Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways and Shipping Nitin Gadkari on Wednesday said his ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Government to fund EPE

July 2014 The government after failing to get private players to build the Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) during the past six years, is now set to fund the project by itself. The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways will soon move a ...
 ASAPP2 months ago Centre to fund e-way project  Times of India2 months ago

After private sector's no show, government to fund eastern peripheral expressway project

To push widening of the Gurgaon-Jaipur highway stretch, bankers have been asked to submit their plan to replace the present developer before the August 23 deadline. NEW DELHI: After failing to get private players to build the eastern peripheral expressway ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Govt to fund eastern peripheral expressway project  Economic Times2 months ago

‘Expressways must be completed in 2 years’

Nitin Gadkari To decongest the national capital, Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari has directed officials to expedite the work of Eastern and Western Peripheral Expressways. The Centre’s decision came after a delegation of all seven Delhi MPs along ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

No bidders yet for Rs 6,500-crore Delhi-Meerut expressway project

Although five private players had filed a request for qualification (RFQ) for the 73-km, Rs 6,500-crore Delhi-Meerut expressway, none have come forward with requests for proposal (RFP). FE had earlier reported that lack of investor interest has ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Cabinet may clear Delhi-Meerut expressway  Times of India1 month ago

Several highway projects bite the dust as government sets ambitious target

As Narendra Modi government has fixed an ambitious target of building 30km of highways everyday — 10km more than what the UPA government had set but miserably failed to achieve — there are alarm bells ringing in the ministry of road transport ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago
Millennium Post

Decongesting Delhi

The Centre's decision has come after a delegation of all seven Delhi MPs on Wednesday met minister for road transport and highways, Nitin Gadkari where officials of PWD and NHAI were also present. Delegation also demanded an elevated corridor ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago Decongest Delhi roads, BJP MPs urge Gadkari  ProKerala.com1 week ago Decongest Delhi roads BJP MPs urge Gadkari  New Delhi News.Net1 week ago
Accommodation Times

Ahmedabad the new real estate investment destination

By Accommodation Times News Services Ahmedabad, straddling the river Sabarmati, is the largest city of Gujarat. Also known as Amdavad, it is now the administrative center and seventh largest agglomeration in India with a population of ...
 Accommodation Times1 month ago
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