Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday April 9, 2013
A builder who failed to start a Greater Noida residential project on time has landed in trouble as a consumer court in New Delhi has directed him to pay compensation of Rs.3 lakh and refund the over Rs.49 lakh cost of a flat to a complainant.
Press Trust of India | Friday September 21, 2012
Noida Authority demolished several unauthorised constructions spread across 25,000 square metre land worth Rs 500 crore in two villages along the Greater Noida Expressway on Thursday.
Press Trust of India | Friday May 25, 2012
A Division Bench comprising justices Sunil Ambwani and Aditya Nath Mittal while asking the Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) to "return the land" in Surajpur village under Dadri Pargana of the district to the petitioners, also ru...
NDTV Correspondent | Saturday November 26, 2011
The Supreme Court on Wednesday agreed with the Allahabad High Court which said 156 hectares in the Shaberi Village in Greater Noida had been taken from farmers for industrial projects, but was actually being sold to commercial developers for high-profitable apartment complexes. The SC also impose...
Anant Zanane | Friday October 21, 2011
In a setback for the Uttar Pradesh government in the Greater Noida land row, the court has ordered the return of land to farmers in three villages - Deola, Shahberi and Asadallapur.
NDTV Correspondent | Friday October 21, 2011
The fate of housing projects on nearly 5000 hectares of land in the National Capital Region (NCR) hangs in balance as the Allahabad High Court is scheduled to give its verdict today on the 491 petitions against land acquisitions in Noida and Greater ...
Agence France-Presse | Tuesday October 4, 2011
The farmers say that they have not been adequately compensated for the land that was given to race organisers to build the $350-million circuit in Greater Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi.
Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday September 11, 2011
Farmer leader Manvir Singh Teotia, who led a farmers' agitation against land takeover in Bhatta-Parsaul village in Greater Noida in May, is on a fast in Dasna jail since September 6, his wife said on Saturday.
Indo-Asian News Service | Monday August 8, 2011
A day after Greater Noida administration and farmers of Patwari village reached a consensus on the land acquisition issue, farmers from about 20 nearby villages on Sunday termed the settlement a "conspiracy" and demanded that the enhanced compensation agreed upon be doubled.The farmers organised a m...
Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday August 7, 2011
The Greater Noida authority and agitating farmers of Patwari village in Uttar Pradesh on Saturday amicably settled issues related to land acquisition, with the administration raising the compensation rate, an official said.The Greater Noida authority has agreed to pay an additional compensation of R...
Mid-Day.com | Wednesday July 27, 2011
For home buyers in Noida Extension things just got worse. With the Reserve Bank of India hiking key rates by 50 basis points yesterday, home loans will get costlier. Also, the Allahabad High Court on Tuesday gave an option to farmers to reach an out-...
NDTV Correspondent | Tuesday July 26, 2011
The Allahabad High Court hearing several petitions of farmers in Noida Extension and Greater Noida today slammed the Uttar Pradesh government for behaving in an irresponsible manner.
NDTV Correspondent | Saturday July 9, 2011
Even as Rahul Gandhi took up the farmers' fight to save their land land against Mayawati's land acquisition plans, the Supreme Court struck down the acquisition of 156 hectares in Noida extension as illegal.The Supreme Court agreed with the Allahabad High Court which said 156 hectares in the Shaberi...
Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday July 6, 2011
Home buyers were worried about their investments after the Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a lower court order quashing the acquisition of 156 hectares of farmland in Greater Noida for housing projects, even as builders assured that the money was safe.According to officials, the builders who were ...
Press Trust of India | Tuesday July 5, 2011
The Supreme Court today slammed the authorities for taking advantage of the "colonial law" on land acquisition to divest farmers of their prime agricultural land benefitting the rich and paying "pittance" to common men.The apex court said a "sinister campaign" has been launched by various state gove...