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Udupi

 

Udupi, in the south-west part of Karnataka, is the headquarters of the Udupi district. The city is popular along the western coast, located 58 km to the north of Mangalore and 422 km to the north-west of Bangalore. The main languages spoken in Udupi are Tulu, Kannada, and Konkani.

The name Udupi may have been derived from the Tulu name for this city, which is Odipu. There is yet another version which says the name Udupi came by combining the Sanskrit words Udu and Pa, meaning ‘stars’ and ‘lord’. Going by this story, Udupi means the ‘Lord of the Stars’.

Udupi is renowned for its Sri Krishna Temple and attracts a lot of pilgrims and devotees from all around the world. The eight ‘maths’ in Udupi take turn in managing the temple every 2 years. This process of transferring the administration to a different math is celebrated in a grand manner and is called Paryaya which attracts thousands of tourists.

The city is also famous for its cuisine. The chain of Udupi restaurants are found throughout the country. They mainly excel in South Indian delectables.

The poverty rate in Udupi is very low compared to other places in Karnataka. The per capita income of people living here is also high causing progress in terms of infrastructure and real estate development.

Stats and Facts

As per the census report of 2011, the population of Udupi stands at 1,25,350. But the population of the urban agglomeration is 1,65,401
According to the same report, the sex ratio in Udupi is 976 females per 1000 males which is well above the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males
Udupi’s literacy rate is 93.89%
Yakshagana is a famous dance and drama art form practiced fervently in Udupi
Nagaradhane, a form of worshipping the Snake God, is conducted all night long and attracts thousands of people. It includes a special form of dance and music along with huge rangolis and paintings
Kambala, Lagori, cock fight and Chinni-dandu are the rural spectator sports of this place
There are many famous beaches along the coast of Udupi like Malpe, Kaup, Maravanthe, and Othinane
St. Mary’s island is a popular tourist destination in Udupi. It can be reached through Malpe beach by boats

Agriculture and Fishing Industry

The agriculture sector of Udupi contributes significantly to its economy. Previously, rice and coconut were the main trade. But now, there are nuts and cashews being grown as well
Karnataka Milk Federation in Manipal, which comes under the Udupi district, has farmers procuring milk. They have their own dairy processing plant. Milk is being procured and processed by private entrepreneurs as well, contributing to the overall economy of Udupi
Fishing is a major occupation in Udupi. Both deep sea fishing and inland fishing are popular in the city. Most fishing activities are mostly carried out at Malpe. The Arabian Sea is a major source for the fishing industry in Udupi
Small-scale industries are also present in good numbers. They are mostly engaged in the manufacturing of coconut oil, cashew nuts and red clay tiles, also known as Mangalore tiles

Connectivity

Udupi has a very good road network and is well connected to the major cities nearby. Two national highways – NH-66 (which was earlier NH-17) and NH-13 pass through the city. It is connected by NH-66 to major cities like Mangalore, Murudeshwara, Karwar, Kochi, Goa, Madgaon, Mumbai and Ratnagiri. The NH-13 connects Udupi to other places like Shimoga, Bijapur, and Chitradurga
Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has buses plying within the city as well as to other major cities in Karnataka like Bangalore, Mangalore, Bijapur, Hubli, Shimoga and Mysore
Udupi Railway Station is 2 km from the main Udupi town. It lies along the Thiruvananthapuram-Mumbai railway route and comes under the administration of the Konkan Railways. Udupi is well connected to cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, Rajkot, Delhi, and Ahmedabad by direct trains. Kundapura Railway Station is the nearest major railway station
The nearest access Udupi has to an airport is the Mangalore International Airport, which is located at Bajpe, 55 km from Udupi. All the major cities in India and abroad are well connected by regular flights. The Vajra Volvo buses connects the airport and Mangalore. Volvo bus services are also available between Udupi and Mangalore at regular intervals
The intra-city transport in Udupi is mostly by city buses that frequently ply throughout the city. Both government and private buses offer convenient modes of transport. Apart from buses, auto-rickshaws can be used to travel within the city, too

 

All Localities in Udupi

Santhekatte,Manipal,Hayagriva Nagar,End Point Road,Brahmagiri,Kallianpur,Ambalpadi,KM Marg,Kinnimulki,Indrali,Shanthi Nagar,Kunjibettu,Karkala,Gopalpura,Marpalli,Malpe,LOCALITY,Kadekar,Bailoor,Korangrapady,Brahmavar,Alevoor,Maruthi Veethika,Padubidri,Kapu,Badanidiyoor,Chitpady,Kundapura,Udyavara,Adi-Udupi,Katapady,Kolalagiri,Kaup,LOCALITY,Saligrama,Hiriadka,Parkala,Baindur,Mattu,Bantakal,Tenkabettu,Hemmadi,Nittur,Tonse West,Uppoor,Basrur,Kukkikatte,Hejamadi,Achalady,Perampalli,LOCALITY,Shirva,Uchila,Barkur,Airody,Kuthpady,Bailur,Doddanagudde,Thenkpete,Tenkanidyoor,Athradi,Kollur,Kidiyoor,Kalsanka,Tekkatte

Udupi

 

Udupi, in the south-west part of Karnataka, is the headquarters of the Udupi district. The city is popular along the western coast, located 58 km to the north of Mangalore and 422 km to the north-west of Bangalore. The main languages spoken in Udupi are Tulu, Kannada, and Konkani.

The name Udupi may have been derived from the Tulu name for this city, which is Odipu. There is yet another version which says the name Udupi came by combining the Sanskrit words Udu and Pa, meaning ‘stars’ and ‘lord’. Going by this story, Udupi means the ‘Lord of the Stars’.

Udupi is renowned for its Sri Krishna Temple and attracts a lot of pilgrims and devotees from all around the world. The eight ‘maths’ in Udupi take turn in managing the temple every 2 years. This process of transferring the administration to a different math is celebrated in a grand manner and is called Paryaya which attracts thousands of tourists.

The city is also famous for its cuisine. The chain of Udupi restaurants are found throughout the country. They mainly excel in South Indian delectables.

The poverty rate in Udupi is very low compared to other places in Karnataka. The per capita income of people living here is also high causing progress in terms of infrastructure and real estate development.

Stats and Facts

As per the census report of 2011, the population of Udupi stands at 1,25,350. But the population of the urban agglomeration is 1,65,401
According to the same report, the sex ratio in Udupi is 976 females per 1000 males which is well above the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males
Udupi’s literacy rate is 93.89%
Yakshagana is a famous dance and drama art form practiced fervently in Udupi
Nagaradhane, a form of worshipping the Snake God, is conducted all night long and attracts thousands of people. It includes a special form of dance and music along with huge rangolis and paintings
Kambala, Lagori, cock fight and Chinni-dandu are the rural spectator sports of this place
There are many famous beaches along the coast of Udupi like Malpe, Kaup, Maravanthe, and Othinane
St. Mary’s island is a popular tourist destination in Udupi. It can be reached through Malpe beach by boats

Agriculture and Fishing Industry

The agriculture sector of Udupi contributes significantly to its economy. Previously, rice and coconut were the main trade. But now, there are nuts and cashews being grown as well
Karnataka Milk Federation in Manipal, which comes under the Udupi district, has farmers procuring milk. They have their own dairy processing plant. Milk is being procured and processed by private entrepreneurs as well, contributing to the overall economy of Udupi
Fishing is a major occupation in Udupi. Both deep sea fishing and inland fishing are popular in the city. Most fishing activities are mostly carried out at Malpe. The Arabian Sea is a major source for the fishing industry in Udupi
Small-scale industries are also present in good numbers. They are mostly engaged in the manufacturing of coconut oil, cashew nuts and red clay tiles, also known as Mangalore tiles

Connectivity

Udupi has a very good road network and is well connected to the major cities nearby. Two national highways – NH-66 (which was earlier NH-17) and NH-13 pass through the city. It is connected by NH-66 to major cities like Mangalore, Murudeshwara, Karwar, Kochi, Goa, Madgaon, Mumbai and Ratnagiri. The NH-13 connects Udupi to other places like Shimoga, Bijapur, and Chitradurga
Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has buses plying within the city as well as to other major cities in Karnataka like Bangalore, Mangalore, Bijapur, Hubli, Shimoga and Mysore
Udupi Railway Station is 2 km from the main Udupi town. It lies along the Thiruvananthapuram-Mumbai railway route and comes under the administration of the Konkan Railways. Udupi is well connected to cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, Rajkot, Delhi, and Ahmedabad by direct trains. Kundapura Railway Station is the nearest major railway station
The nearest access Udupi has to an airport is the Mangalore International Airport, which is located at Bajpe, 55 km from Udupi. All the major cities in India and abroad are well connected by regular flights. The Vajra Volvo buses connects the airport and Mangalore. Volvo bus services are also available between Udupi and Mangalore at regular intervals
The intra-city transport in Udupi is mostly by city buses that frequently ply throughout the city. Both government and private buses offer convenient modes of transport. Apart from buses, auto-rickshaws can be used to travel within the city, too

 

All Localities in Udupi

Santhekatte,Manipal,Hayagriva Nagar,End Point Road,Brahmagiri,Kallianpur,Ambalpadi,KM Marg,Kinnimulki,Indrali,Shanthi Nagar,Kunjibettu,Karkala,Gopalpura,Marpalli,Malpe,LOCALITY,Kadekar,Bailoor,Korangrapady,Brahmavar,Alevoor,Maruthi Veethika,Padubidri,Kapu,Badanidiyoor,Chitpady,Kundapura,Udyavara,Adi-Udupi,Katapady,Kolalagiri,Kaup,LOCALITY,Saligrama,Hiriadka,Parkala,Baindur,Mattu,Bantakal,Tenkabettu,Hemmadi,Nittur,Tonse West,Uppoor,Basrur,Kukkikatte,Hejamadi,Achalady,Perampalli,LOCALITY,Shirva,Uchila,Barkur,Airody,Kuthpady,Bailur,Doddanagudde,Thenkpete,Tenkanidyoor,Athradi,Kollur,Kidiyoor,Kalsanka,Tekkatte

Udaipur

 

Udaipur is a city in Rajasthan. It’s a municipal corporation and also the administrative headquarters of the district bearing the same name. Several major cities of Rajasthan, such as Jaipur, Kota, and Alwar, are located within a few hundred kilometers from Udaipur. In fact, because it’s situated in southern Rajasthan, it’s only 250 km away from Ahmedabad.

Historically, Udaipur was the capital of the Mewar kingdom in the former Rajputana Agency. Maharana Udai Singh II founded the city in 1553, which happened to be the last capital of the Mewar kingdom. This element of history is reflected in Udaipur’s architecture and, to some extent, in the culture. The several Rajput-era palaces in this historic city stand as a testimony to this fact.

Udaipur is affectionately called either the City of Lakes or the Venice of the East. It has 5 major lakes, including Pichola Lake, Fateh Sagar Lake, and Rangsagar Lake, and some other minor ones as well. There are several palaces, too, that are lined up against the lake frontiers, reminding visitors of Venice. Some of these palaces have now turned into luxury hotels, responding to the huge tourism industry in the city.

Stats And Facts

As per the provisional reports of Census India 2011, the population of Udaipur is 4,51,735. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 4,75,150.

The same reports indicate a sex ratio of 925 per 1000 males and child sex ratio of 869 per 1000 boys in the city. Both these numbers are below par in terms of the national averages.

The average literacy rate of Udaipur is 90.66%. The average male and female literacy rates are 95.56% and 85.39%.

A tributary of the Berach River, Ahar River flows in the north-east of the city.

Udaipur is the sixth-largest city in Rajasthan.
The most commonly used languages in Udaipur are Mewari, Hindi, and English.
The most prominent religion in Udaipur is Jainism. Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, and Sikhism are also practiced here.
Tourists from across India and abroad visit Udaipur to soak in the place’s pleasures. The best time to visit the city is from September to March.

Agriculture And Tourism

Agriculture leads the pack, with maximum contribution to Udaipur’s economy.
Barley, Wheat, Maize, Jowar, Pulses, and Gram are some of the principal crops grown here. The cash crops tobacco and cotton are also grown in this region.
Udaipur has 2 crop seasons, June/July to September/October and October/November to March/April, during which time the corresponding crops are harvested. The main source of irrigation is wells and tanks.
Tourism is also flourishing in Udaipur, with several attractive places of visit, including City Palace, Monsoon Palace, Jag Mandir, Lake Palace, Bharatiya Lok Kala Mandal, and Gulab Bagh and Zoo.

Connectivity

Udaipur is connected to other major cities in India by air through the Maharana Pratap Airport, located just 22 km east of the Udaipur city. There are daily flights to such cities as Jaipur, Delhi, Mumbai, and Jodhpur. One will have to hire a taxi in order to travel from the airport to the city.
There are direct trains from Udaipur to other major cities across the state and the country, including Alwar, Ajmer, Jaipur, Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Indore, and Ahmedabad. Some of the luxury trains running in the north, such as Royal Rajasthan on Wheels, Palace on Wheels, The Indian Maharaja, and Maharaja Express also stop at Udaipur.
Udaipur connects to Delhi and Mumbai, and all the cities lying along this stretch and nearby, through the Golden Quadrilateral National Highway, NH-8. The East-West Corridor, which stretches from Silchar, Assam to Porbandar, Gujarat intersects the Golden Quadrilateral highway and even shares a common stretch from Udaipur to Chittor.
One can travel within the city using any of the several transportation means, such as taxi, car on rental, horse-carts, auto-rickshaws, and cycle on rental.

 

All Localities in Udaipur

Hiran Magri,Badgaon,Lake Palace Road,Fatehpura,Bedla,Titrdi,Nathdwara Road,Bhuwana,Saheli Nagar,Sector 9,Airport Road,Shobhagpura,Dabok,Keshav Nagar,Bhupalpura,Sector-8,Chitrakoot Nagar,Sundarwas,Bari,Bedwas,Sector-11,Balicha,Sector-14,LOCALITY,Matabari,Pratap Nagar,Brahmpuri,Umarda,Barodiya,Madri,Sector-3,Ambamata,Rampura,Savina,Mavli,Ganesh Nagar,Kapasan,Malla Talai,Keora Kalan,Salumbar,Sector-6,Gudli,Sukher,Sakroda,Manva kheda,Debari,Chandesara,LOCALITY,Sector-5,Vallabhnagar,Pahada,Sector-17,Ashok Nagar,Shakti Nagar,University road,Mahaveer Colony Park,Barapal,Nada Khada,Ganesh Ghati,Dakan Kotra,Eklingpura,Sector-4,Bhinder,Jawahar Nagar,Shavri Colony,Sector-13,Silawatwari,Subhash Nagar,Eklavya Colony,Rishabhdev,Transport Nagar,LOCALITY,Naharmagra,Bhopalpura,Panchwati,Rao Ji Ka Hata,Chand Pole,Lakadwas,Gandhi Nagar,Sajjan Nagar,Pichola,Fatehnagar,Gorela,Jaisamand Road,Kaladwas,Semari,Gayariawas,Iswal,Central Area,Shyampura Kalan,Chamanpura,Zinc Park,Kavita

Thane

 

Thane is a city in Maharashtra. It’s the administrative headquarters of a district called Thane, and resides in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The Thane creek, at the head of which the city lies, also characterizes its location. The creek starts at the Ulhas River and culminates in the Arabian Sea. The city has a part of its area on the mainland across the Thane creek, while the rest of it is located on the Salsette Island.

Thane is regarded as Mumbai’s elder sister, as a part of the Thane district, from Mulund to Sion, is given to Mumbai for the latter’s future development. It’s also popularly known as the Lake City, because it features as many as 35 lakes within its precincts. The Masunda Talao, also called Talao Pali, is among the most beautiful lakes in the city. Besides being a tourist attraction, the lakes are a source of water for both Thane and Mumbai.

Historically, Thane is a very important city. On 16 April 1854, it was the destination station for India’s first ever train, which had started its brief journey at Boribunder, today called Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, located in Mumbai. This ushered in the Railway Age in Asia.

Stats And Facts

The population of Thane, as per the provisional reports of Census India 2011, is 18,18,872. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 1,84,14,288

The sex ratio in the city, according to the same reports, is 882 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, on the other hand, is 900 per 1000 boys. Both these figures are below the national average

The average literacy rate in Thane is quite impressive, at 91.36%

Originally, Thane was called Sristhanaka, which translates as the place where Lord Ganpati resides

Until the year 1739, when Marathas captured it, Thane was an important trading center
The Thane creek, a river stream flowing from Ulhas River to the Arabian Sea, splits the city into two parts, which are connected by a rail bridge and two road bridges
Thane is home to the Upvan Arts Festival, held at the picturesque 15-acre Upvan Lake area. Over 200 artists from across different fields get a platform to showcase their work and talent

Manufacturing Sector

Thane has a large industrial base, with a significant part of the city acting as a home to both big and small industries
The industrial areas in the city mostly host engineering, electrical, chemical, and textile industries
Some of the prominent industrial areas are Wagle estate; Thane-Belapur road, or Trans Thane Creek; and Ghodbunder road
The manufacturing sector still contributes 40% of the total income earned by the Thane Municipal Corporation
The major companies that have manufacturing units in Thane are Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Glaxo, Cadbury’s, Nicholas Parimal, Clariant, and Vidyut Metallica

Connectivity

The nearest airport to Thane is in Mumbai, called the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. The distance is 36 km, which is a drive that will anywhere from 45 to 75 min, depending on the traffic
Thane is well connected with other major cities in India, as it’s a train station for many of the trains leaving Mumbai for other cities in different states. It’s also a major railway station of Mumbai Suburban Railway, and is well connected with the neighboring suburbs through the Central and Trans-Harbor Line Suburban railway network
Thane is well connected to the entire suburban network by road. For example, it connects to Borivali through the 6-laned Ghodbunder road. Thane connects to the southern cities via NH 4, which runs from Mumbai to Chennai, connecting Pune and Bangalore on the way
Bus service is available within the city, thanks to the several local, public players in operation, including Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST), Thane Municipal Transport (TMT), and Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT)

 

All Localities in Thane

JK Gram,Kapur Bawdi,Manpada,Mumbra,Uthalsar,Wagle Industrial Estate,Ghodbandar,Shree Nagar,Vasind,Anu Nagar,Majiwada,Lal Bahadur Shastri Road,Ghodbunder Road,Kasarvadavali,Kolshet Road,Panch Pakhadi,Pokhran Road No. 1,Vartak Nagar,Eastern Express Highway,LOCALITY,Charai,Waghbil,Savarkar Nagar,Balkum,Diva,Kalwa,Naupada,Thane West,Patlipada,Thane East,Brahmand,Azad Nagar,Vishnu Nagar,Vasant Vihar,Teen Hath Naka,Hiranandani Estate,Owale,Bhayanderpada,Kopri,LOCALITY,Khopat,Dhokali,Shilphata,Jambli Naka,Pokhran Road No. 2,Louis Wadi,Daighar Gaon,Khidkali,Usarghar Gaon,Desai Village,anand nagar,Kasheli,Khardipada,Mogarpada,Talav Pali,Padle Gaon,Runwal Nagar,Kolbad Road,Samata Nagar,LOCALITY,Parsik Nagar,Kharegaon,Manisha Nagar,Ram Maruti Road,Ghantali,Gokul Nagar,Vrindavan Society,Shreerang Society,Oswal Park,Badlapur,Bhiwandi,Dahisar,Agasan,Pale Gaon,Ambivli,Kalyan Shilphata Road,Shahapur

Thane

 

Thane is a city in Maharashtra. It’s the administrative headquarters of a district called Thane, and resides in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The Thane creek, at the head of which the city lies, also characterizes its location. The creek starts at the Ulhas River and culminates in the Arabian Sea. The city has a part of its area on the mainland across the Thane creek, while the rest of it is located on the Salsette Island.

Thane is regarded as Mumbai’s elder sister, as a part of the Thane district, from Mulund to Sion, is given to Mumbai for the latter’s future development. It’s also popularly known as the Lake City, because it features as many as 35 lakes within its precincts. The Masunda Talao, also called Talao Pali, is among the most beautiful lakes in the city. Besides being a tourist attraction, the lakes are a source of water for both Thane and Mumbai.

Historically, Thane is a very important city. On 16 April 1854, it was the destination station for India’s first ever train, which had started its brief journey at Boribunder, today called Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, located in Mumbai. This ushered in the Railway Age in Asia.

Stats And Facts

Stats And Facts

The population of Thane, as per the provisional reports of Census India 2011, is 18,18,872. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 1,84,14,288

The sex ratio in the city, according to the same reports, is 882 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, on the other hand, is 900 per 1000 boys. Both these figures are below the national average

The average literacy rate in Thane is quite impressive, at 91.36%

Originally, Thane was called Sristhanaka, which translates as the place where Lord Ganpati resides
Until the year 1739, when Marathas captured it, Thane was an important trading center
The Thane creek, a river stream flowing from Ulhas River to the Arabian Sea, splits the city into two parts, which are connected by a rail bridge and two road bridges
Thane is home to the Upvan Arts Festival, held at the picturesque 15-acre Upvan Lake area. Over 200 artists from across different fields get a platform to showcase their work and talent

Manufacturing Sector

Thane has a large industrial base, with a significant part of the city acting as a home to both big and small industries
The industrial areas in the city mostly host engineering, electrical, chemical, and textile industries
Some of the prominent industrial areas are Wagle estate; Thane-Belapur road, or Trans Thane Creek; and Ghodbunder road
The manufacturing sector still contributes 40% of the total income earned by the Thane Municipal Corporation
The major companies that have manufacturing units in Thane are Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Glaxo, Cadbury’s, Nicholas Parimal, Clariant, and Vidyut Metallica

Connectivity

The nearest airport to Thane is in Mumbai, called the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. The distance is 36 km, which is a drive that will anywhere from 45 to 75 min, depending on the traffic
Thane is well connected with other major cities in India, as it’s a train station for many of the trains leaving Mumbai for other cities in different states. It’s also a major railway station of Mumbai Suburban Railway, and is well connected with the neighboring suburbs through the Central and Trans-Harbor Line Suburban railway network
Thane is well connected to the entire suburban network by road. For example, it connects to Borivali through the 6-laned Ghodbunder road. Thane connects to the southern cities via NH 4, which runs from Mumbai to Chennai, connecting Pune and Bangalore on the way
Bus service is available within the city, thanks to the several local, public players in operation, including Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST), Thane Municipal Transport (TMT), and Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT)
Thane Civic Administration

Thane is one among the 15 tehsils in the Thane district. It’s also one of the 5 sub-divisions in the district, formed for administrative purposes
The Collector, who is an IAS officer, heads the entire Thane district, and is therefore responsible for the city as well
The municipal body in Thane is called Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC). The area under TMC has 65 electoral wards. The corporation has 130 elected representatives plus 5 nominated representatives
The corporation also has 9 administrative wards called Prabhag Samittees
Thane Infrastructure

The infrastructure in Thane has been up to the mark, generally, but there is a lot of scope for development, considering that the population in the region is continuously increasing.

Road, rail, and air transport infrastructure is, of course, excellent. The expressways and the railway networks link the city to other major cities across India. As the vehicular population is rising at a rapid pace, city is planning development projects in terms of flyovers, bridges, and road widening.

When it comes to power, the city has just enough power capacity to meet the needs of its residents. The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) is, therefore, taking measures to achieve self-sufficiency in power. For example, TMC has made it mandatory for all buildings to install a solar water heating system.

All in all, there is a need for a sea of change in infrastructure development in Thane, and that aspect is being reflected in the measures taken by the TMC and the state government.

Infrastructure Projects

Name Of The Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Kapurbavdi Flyover

Majivada Junction, Ghodbunder Road

Apr-14

The motorists traveling from Mumbai to Ghodbunder road will be immensely benefitted by the construction of this flyover. It will ease the traffic congestion in the city as well.

Sea Link Connecting Bhayandar With Naigaon

Naigaon, Bhayandar, Vasai, and Panju Island

Under Development

The sea link will drastically reduce the time taken to travel from Bhayandar to Naigaon, from over an hour to 10 minutes.

Mumbai Trans Harbor Link

Sewri, Thane Creek, Chirle Village, and Navi Mumbai

2019

This sea link will help commuters travel to Thane much quicker. It will stretch from Mumbai to Navi Mumbai, significantly reducing travel time.

Construction of Elevated Road Along NH 3

Thane, Bhiwandi

Under Development

This 22-25 km long elevated road link will help decongest the massively populated Thane-Bhiwandi Bypass Road.

Thane Real Estate

The realty sector in Thane is encouraging, as over an average of 50 new residential projects in Thane are being developed across the many localities in Thane
The city is especially a dream destination for homebuyers, as apartments are available for sale in several different budget brackets
With the tertiary sector now coming into its own in Thane, there is an increase in the need for, say, IT professionals. This is causing migration of people from other cities. Obviously, the developers are witnessing this trend and coming up with new commercial and residential ventures
The gradual shift from manufacturing to the tertiary sector in Thane is causing many large industries to vacate large tracts of land. This is resulting in more and more space being available to real estate builders and developers for launching new projects in Thane
Some of the prominent developers in the city are Hiranandani Group, Vijay Group, Lodha Group, Rustomjee, and DB Realty

 

All Localities in Thane

JK Gram,Kapur Bawdi,Manpada,Mumbra,Uthalsar,Wagle Industrial Estate,Ghodbandar,Shree Nagar,Vasind,Anu Nagar,Majiwada,Lal Bahadur Shastri Road,Ghodbunder Road,Kasarvadavali,Kolshet Road,Panch Pakhadi,Pokhran Road No. 1,Vartak Nagar,Eastern Express Highway,LOCALITY,Charai,Waghbil,Savarkar Nagar,Balkum,Diva,Kalwa,Naupada,Thane West,Patlipada,Thane East,Brahmand,Azad Nagar,Vishnu Nagar,Vasant Vihar,Teen Hath Naka,Hiranandani Estate,Owale,Bhayanderpada,Kopri,LOCALITY,Khopat,Dhokali,Shilphata,Jambli Naka,Pokhran Road No. 2,Louis Wadi,Daighar Gaon,Khidkali,Usarghar Gaon,Desai Village,anand nagar,Kasheli,Khardipada,Mogarpada,Talav Pali,Padle Gaon,Runwal Nagar,Kolbad Road,Samata Nagar,LOCALITY,Parsik Nagar,Kharegaon,Manisha Nagar,Ram Maruti Road,Ghantali,Gokul Nagar,Vrindavan Society,Shreerang Society,Oswal Park,Badlapur,Bhiwandi,Dahisar,Agasan,Pale Gaon,Ambivli,Kalyan Shilphata Road,Shahapur

Visakhapatnam

 

Often called the ‘Jewel of the East Coast’, Vizag is a port city located at the southeast coast of India. It’s, in fact, the third-largest city on the east coast of the country. The city is the administrative headquarters of the district of Visakhapatnam, another name for the city, in Andhra Pradesh.

Vizag is situated amongst the hills of the Eastern Ghats. While resting in these hills, the city faces the mighty Bay of Bengal. Just like Goa in the west, Vizag contains many pristine beaches and picturesque areas. Climate-wise, the humidity in this city remains quite high because it lies by the sea. The temperatures don’t alter much throughout the year. The location of the city and its climate, therefore, attract tourists all year round.

Vizag is an industrial city. Besides a major steel plant, it hosts many other heavy industries owned by the state. It also has the country’s oldest shipyard and India’s largest naval base – INS Kalinga. Health-tourism is an industry in the making in the city. This industrial scenario attracts migrant workers from all across the country.

Stats And Facts

The population of Vizag, as per the provisional reports of the Census 2011, is 17,30,320

The population of Vizag, as per the provisional reports of the Census 2011, is 17,30,320

The city’s sex ratio is above the national average at 977 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio, although not impressive, is still well above the national average at 959 per 1000 boys

The average literacy rate as per Census 2011 in the city is 82.66%

Demographically, Vizag is diverse. There is a rich concentration of Oriya, Punjabis, Marwaris, Bengalis, Malayalees, and Tamils. The local language, however, is Telugu

Buddhist influence has loomed large over the city’s history with so many relics like ancient Buddhist monuments suggesting the rule of a Buddhist empire far back in time

Vizag, also known as Visakhapatnam, is also referred as the ‘City of Destiny’, ‘Coromandel Coast’, ‘Goa of the East Coast’ and ‘Steel City’

Vizag – Bustling Industrial Sector

Vizag is an industrial powerhouse, despite the fact that it was traditionally a fishing town. Today, both industry and fishing co-exist in their respective spheres
The international port in the city contributed greatly to the development of the steel, petroleum and fertilizer industries
Some of the industrial giants whose factories and units are located in Vizag are Hindustan Shipyard Ltd., Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Bharat Heavy Plate and Vessels Ltd., and Visakhapatnam Export
Vizag is also a hub for the export of iron ore and other minerals. The surrounding states are mineral-rich regions and these are transported by rail or road and then exported to countries like China
The Economic Zone in the city houses prominent industries such as Reliance, Birla and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd

Connectivity

Vizag is connected by air through the Visakhapatnam airport. Daily flights connect the city to important domestic cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi and Kolkata and international cities like Singapore and Dubai
The city is connected by rail to various cities across the states of India. The Visakhapatnam Railway Station is on the Chennai Central-Howrah station route. To improve the train service in the city, a suburban railway station called Duvvada railway station is being developed into a satellite hub
The NH 5, a national highway that is part of the Golden Quadrilateral project, connects Vizag with other major Indian cities. Cargo transport occurs through this system. The city roads also connect the residents to different towns and cities in Andhra Pradesh
The residents use Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) buses to travel around the city

 

All Localities in Visakhapatnam

Lawsonsbay Colony,Madhurawada,Chinnamushidivada,VIP Road,Balayya Sastri Layout,Maharani Peta,Paradesipalem,Desa Pathrunipalem,Bheemili,Gopalapatnam,Jonnada Road,Rajapulova Junction,Marripalem,Pravada,Gandigundam,Palacherla,Dopperla,Juttada Road,40 Feet Old NH-5 Road,Paravada,Pendurthi,Ganapathi Temple Road,Uplands,Narasimhanagar,Waltair Uplands,Ramachandra Nagar,Sheela Nagar,Madhura Nagar,Bowdara Road,Endada,Rushikonda,Beach Road,Agnampudi,Assam Gardens,Pedda Waltair,Murali Nagar,Kakani Nagar,Resavani Palem,Allipuram,Dondaparthy,Akkayyapalem,Siripuram,Prahaladapuram,Venkojipalem,KRM Colony,MVP Colony,Krishna Nagar,Gokhale Road,Viman Nagar,Gajuwaka,LOCALITY,Paanduranga Puram,Pithapuram Colony,Kommadi,Zilla Parishad,Town Kotha Road,Kurmannapalem,Amalapuram,Daba Gardens,R.K. Beach,Kancharapalem,Kirlampudi Layout,Ram Nagar,Guntur,Sujatha Nagar,Visalakshi Nagar,Vijayanagar,TSN Colony,Sivajipalem,Suryabagh,Dasapalla Hills,Sagar Nagar,East Point Colony,Akkireddypalem,Simhachalam,Thatichetlapalem,Majjivalasa,Kothavalasa,Anakapalle,Subba Raju Layout,Naidu Thota,Thagarapuvalasa,Dwaraka Nagar,NH-5,Maddilapalem,Santhi Nagar,Chinna Waltair,Hitech City Road,Susarla Colony,Sriharipuram,Sankaramatam Road,Jaggarajupeta,Duvvada,Bheemunipatnam,Pudimadaka Road,Jyothinagar,Annavaram,Purna Market,NH-43,Vizianagaram,Avasomavaram,LOCALITY,Yelamanchili,Tallapalem,CBM Compound,Asilmetta,Gambhiram,HB Colony,Vadlapudi,Tungalam,Atchutapuram,Pulaganipalem Road,Vepagunta,Madhavadhara,Bucchirajupalam,Gidijala,Arilova,Visveswarayya Nagar,Korada,APHB colony,Shanti Nagar,NAD Kottha Road,Railway New Colony,Lalitha Nagar Colony,Anandapuram,Isakathota,Lankelapalem,Chaitanyanagar,Madduturu,Bheemili Road,Achutapuram Road,Peda Narava,Seethammadhara,Rambilli,Rajeev Nagar,Pedagadi,Mamidipalem,Seshadrinagar,Marikavasala,Kondakarla Ava,Venkatapuram,Alamanda,Resapuvanipalem,Padmanabha Nagar,Chodavaram,Sabbavaram,Uppada,Soldier Pet,One Town,Sontyam,Pothinamallayya Palem,Seethamma Peta,LOCALITY,Kantakapalle,Aruku Road,Chippada,Revidi,Sundar Nagar,Kailasapuram,Payakaraopeta,Narsipatnam,Pedagantyada,Pinagadi,Nad Junction,Kapuluppada,Araku,Pedda Gadhili,Tallavalasa,Jagadamba Junction,Adarsh Nagar,Port Area,Iruvada,Boyapalem,Bhogapuram,Auto Nagar,Gollala Yendada,Mopada,Ayinada,Gudilova,Amanam,Dakamarri,Dasullapalem,Pusapetarega,Gokivada,Hanumanthavaka,Malkapuram,Polipalle,Regupalem,Aripaka,Kasimkota,Chandrayyapeta,Gollapalem,Nagavaram,Sankaram,Koduru,Pedamusidivada,Sanghivalasa,Geddapeta,Tattabanda,SR Puram

Vijayawada

 

Vijayawada is the third-largest city in Andhra Pradesh. It’s the commercial capital of the state, with well-established and growing agricultural and industrial transportation sectors. The city is also culturally rich and politically active. The global management consulting firm McKinsey & Company’s flagship business publication, McKinsey Quarterly recognized Vijayawada as a Global City of the Future.

Vijayawada was an important center during the rule of the Vishnukundina Empire in the 5th and 6th centuries. Later, it became Eastern Chalukya’s headquarters. The city, therefore, comprises temples and monasteries built during the period; for instance, Vijayawada has 5 rock-cut cave-temples built by the Badami Chalukyas in the 7th century. There is a Buddhist monastery in the city as well. These ancient relics typically attract tourists from within the country.

Stats and Facts

The population of Vijayawada, as per the provisional reports of the census 2011 is 10,48,240. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 14,91,202

Vijayawada registers a sex ratio of 997 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, on the other hand, is 951 per 1000 boys

Vijayawada registers a sex ratio of 997 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, on the other hand, is 951 per 1000 boys

The average literacy rate recorded in the city is 82.59%

Literally meaning The Place of Victory, Vijayawada is located on the banks of the river Krishna

Toys are extensively manufactured in Vijayawada, and Chromite is mined in the vicinity

Agriculture and Small-Scale Industries

Agriculture is a major part of Vijayawada’s economy. The soil in the region is fertile, and the river Krishna is a source of water for agricultural activities
Rice, sugarcane, and mango are the major crops grown in and around Vijayawada
Besides agriculture, Vijayawada is also known for its hardware, iron, automobiles, and garment industries. In fact, Vijayawada is one of Asia’s largest automobile industry hubs
Vijayawada’s GDP, as measured back in 2010, was $3 billion. The GDP projection for the city is $17 billion by 2025
The industrial estate in Kondapalli houses over 800 industries. The region also houses a gas-based LANCO power plant and Vijayawada thermal power project

Connectivity

The domestic airport in Vijayawada is located 19 km from the city, at Gannavaram. The flights that cater to this airport connect Vijayawada to major Indian cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad, Delhi, Chennai, and Mumbai
The biggest Indian railway junction, Vijayawada Junction lies along the Chennai-Delhi and Chennai-Howrah rail routes. These are prominent rail routes that connect Vijayawada to other major cities located both up north and down south. The central government has assigned Vijayawada Junction with the A-1 status
The National Highways NH 5, NH 9, and NH 221 easily connect Vijayawada to the rest of the country by road. Travel to places outside the city is catered to by the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) buses. Some private bus operators, too, provide bus service to travel outside the city
The APSRTC also operates the Local Public Bus Transit buses, which are a public means of travel within the city. A new Bus Rapid Transit System, with dedicated bus corridors, is also in the pipeline
Within the city, one can use motor-driven auto-rickshaws and manual-driven cycle-rickshaws, besides public transport.

 

All Localities in Vijayawada

Poranki,Moghalrajpuram,Gannavaram,Tadigadapa,Ramavarapadu,Vanukuru,Gollapudi,Satyaranayana Puram,Bandar Road,Ashok Nagar,Kesarapalle,Patamata,NH-9,Edupugallu,Kanuru,Kankipadu,Gunadala,Nuzividu,Labbipet,Suryaraopeta,Gudavalli,Pedda Avutapalle,Bharathi Nagar,LOCALITY,LIC Colony,Ayodhya Nagar,Mallikarjunapeta,Akunuru,RTC Colony,Mangalgiri,Gangur,Jupudi,Vinchipeta,Bhavanipuram,Auto Nagar,Mylavaram,Sri Ramachandra Nagar,Penamaluru,Nunna,Tulasi Nagar,Jayaprakash Nagar,Telaprolu,Sriram Nagar,Ayyappa Nagar,Currency Nagar,Prasadampadu,Vidhyadharpuram,LOCALITY,Islampet,Kokkirapadu,Kanchikacherla,Surampalli,Benz Circle,Pottipadu,Veterinary Colony,Eluru Road,Agiripalli,Chittinagar,Governorpet,Ibrahimpatnam,Krishna Lanka,Machavaram,Christurajupuram,Srinivasa Nagar Bank Colony,Adavinekkalam,Rama Krishna Puram,Kandulapadu,Tarapet,Payakapuram,Nidamanuru,Ajit Singh Nagar,LOCALITY,Ramalingeswara Nagar,Nandigama,Konduru,Sanath Nagar,Enikepadu,PNT Colony,Madhura Nagar,Jaggayapeta,Pamarru,Tadepalli,Kedareswar Pet,Punadipadu,Eluru,Vijayawada Guntur Highway,Komaravolu,Undavalli,Kondapalli,Kruthivennu,wynchipet,Jakkampudi,Vaddeswaram,Chevitikallu

Ujjain

 

Situated on the eastern bank of the Kshipra River, Ujjain is an antiquated city in India’s Malwa district. The city, today is an integral part of Madhya Pradesh, and is the regulatory faction of the Ujjain District and Ujjain Division. There is much to show in the viewpoint of India’s long history; Ujjain has stood with incredible imperativeness in India’s battle for supremacy. With incredible religious emphasis, Ujjain ranks equal to Benaras, Kanchi, and Gaya. Vaishnavism, Saivism, Jainism, and Buddhism have discovered a special bond with this city.

The old city lies towards the northwest of the city, close to the river Kshipra. The southeast part of the city is fashioned in a more modern look, with commercial enterprises and shopping complexes. Some of these are Globus Commerce Academy, Rishi Nagar shopping Complex, Shehnai Garden, I T Park, Saurabh Industries, Soybean Plant, and Pawas Beauty Point.

Political significance is compounded by the investment element of Ujjain being situated on the epicenter of the main trade link between the north, south and west. In turn, this helps Ujjain in achieving a cultural splendor of its own, which is at par with other Indian cities.

Stats And Facts

The population of Roorkee, as per the provisional reports of the Census 2011, is 515,215.

The population of Roorkee, as per the provisional reports of the Census 2011, is 515,215.

The city’s sex ratio is above the national average, at 942 per 1000 males. Although, the child sex ratio is considerably lower – 921 girls per 1000 boys.

The average literacy rate of Indore is gradually increasing with the current rate at 85.55%.

Ujjain is famous for the Mahakaleshwar temple, one of the 12 jyotirlingas in India, and an exceptionally holy spot for the Hindus.

Trade And Commerce

Present-day Ujjain is an immense agricultural and textile trade hub. The fertile plains of Ujjain get electrical power from the Gandhi Sagar Dam on the Chambal River.
The district has ample fertile soil to produce wheat, legumes, cotton, pulses, poppy and sorghum. Oilseed milling, cotton ginning, and milling, hand weaving and the manufacture of metal ware, tiles, confectionery, hosiery, batteries, and strawboard are the thriving industries in Ujjain.
In the suburb of Bherugarh, also called Bhairavgarh, dyers and printers use hand-carved teak and vegetable dyes to print classical designs and patterns on bed sheets, mats, hangings, tapestries, and cotton saris.
A large percentage of the city’s populace thrives on wholesale and retail trade and commerce. The city functions as a regional wholesale bazaar for food grains and other goods. It also serves as a market center for agricultural produce such as wheat, pulses, maize, soybean, oilseeds and rice – cultivated in remote rural areas.
Ujjain also functions as a distributing center for cement and minerals, iron and steel, drugs and medicines, agriculture equipment, ready made garments and textiles fertilizers, petroleum products and forest produces such as timber.
The industrial areas within the city are Maksi Road and Dewas Road.

Connectivity

The closest airport to Ujjain is the Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport of Indore, which is located 55 km from the city.
Along with Indore and Dewas, Ujjain is among the three most important centers in this region. Bhopal Ratlam broad gauge railway line passes through it and the NH-3 is only 35 km away. Besides these national connections, there are many state level highways linking it to the major regional and state centers.
The city is well connected by roads and railways with important urban centers and is connected by a broad gauge railway to Bhopal, Indore, Dewas, Nagda and Ratlam and by a meter gauge line to Indore, Badnagar and Ratlam.
There are two major bus terminals. One is at Dewas gate which is near to the railway station and the other is at Nanakheda.

 

All Localities in Ujjain

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Vadodara

 

Situated on the fertile plain between the Mahi & Narmada Rivers, the city of Vadodara is the third most populated city in Gujarat after Ahmedabad and Surat. The city is divided by the Vishwamitri river, which divides it into two physically distinct regions, eastern and western. While the eastern bank of the river houses an older portrait of Vadodara like street bazaars, shanty buildings and a myriad of temples, the west has seen an emergence in well-planned residential infrastructure, efficient business districts, and a variety of shopping malls.

Vadodara industrial growth runs from Ahmedabad to Vapi, through the golden corridor. The city has emerged as one of India foremost industrial centers with an industry massively dominated by chemicals, pharmaceuticals, machine tools, and cotton textiles.

It was in 1962, with the establishment of Gujarat Refinery that many large-scale industries like the Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Limited (IPCL), Gujarat State Fertilizers and Chemicals (GSFC), and Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Limited (GACL) set up base at Vadodara, encouraging a large number of small enterprises, thus contributing to its industrial spurge.

Vadodara is also home to the Vadodara Stock Exchange (VSE) and is becoming a vision of the Confederation of Indian Industry, with an emerging IT sector and other developing projects. The rapid growth of industrialization definitely sees Vadodara as a magnet for not only local entrepreneurs, but within Gujarat and the rest of India in the future.

Stats And Facts

Stats And Facts

The population of Vadodara, as per the provisional reports of the census 2011, is 13,94,952.

The city sex ratio is below the national average, at 923 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio is also below the national average at 856 girls per 1000 boys.

The average literacy rate of Vadodara is impressively higher compared to Vadodara District 78.92% with 92.73%, as per the provisional reports of the Census 2011.

The jurisdiction of Vadodara city covers urbanized areas of around 15-20 km2, on the northern side of the city.
The official language of Gujarat is Gujarati, but Marathi, Hindi and English are also widely used in this culturally diverse city. There is a presence of many Indian communities that have an active identity in the city, and together with the heritage of the locals, contour Vadodara into a cosmopolitan blend.

Vadodara – Powering The Industrial Sector

Vadodara has seen the growth of industrialization at an early age. The Alembic Pharmaceuticals was the first modern factory established in the city in 1907. This gave spurge to many companies like Sarabhai Chemicals and Jyoti. In 1962, there were 288 factories employing 27510 workers. This trend of industrial activity gave birth to a spurt in the industrial sector, especially with the establishment of the Indian Oil Corporation Limited and the Gujarat Refinery.
Through the years, factors like product demand, raw material availability, financial and material resources by the government and private entrepreneurs and skillful mobilization of workers, have all contributed to Vadodara being one of India top industrial centers today.
Large-scale industries such as Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Limited, Gujarat State Fertilisers & Chemicals, Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Limited have all found sanctuary within the welcoming hands of Vadodara.
Other large-scale public sector units include Heavy Water Project and Gujarat Industries Power Company Limited.
The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor passes through Vadodara, making it the ample destination hotspot for attracting industrial investments.

Connectivity

Vadodara is served by the Vadodara Airport, located northeast of the city. The city has air connectivity with Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad. There are plans for an International Airport in the near future.
A wing of the Western Railway zone of Indian Railways, the Vadodara Railway Station is Gujarat busiest junction with around 150 trains passing on a daily basis. Traveling to most of the parts of India from this junction is possible as Vadodara has five railway stations namely Vishwamitri, Bajwa, Vadodara Junction (BRC), Makarpura, and Pratapnagar. Vadodara is also home to India largest Electric Locomotive Shed housing several WAP-4, WAP-5, WAM-4, and WAG series of Indian Locos.
National Highway NH-8 connects Delhi and Gandhinagar with Ahmedabad to Mumbai, passing through the city. The Indian National Expressway 1 also connects to Ahmedabad. In the near future, this Expressway aims to extend to the south, from Vadodara all the way up to Mumbai.
Buses, auto-rickshaws and taxis are the most preferred and efficient modes of transport throughout the city. Private bus operators, VTPL run over a hundred buses along the roads of Vadodara reducing two-wheeler traffic and helping people with safe, convenient and cheap transport service.

 

All Localities in Vadodara

Gotri,Bhayli Road,Tarsali,Gorwa,Waghodia,Vasna,Vasna Road,Padra Road,Akota Road,Sama-Savil Road,Ellora Park,VIP Road,Productivity Road,Alkapuri,Siddharth Nagar,Maneja,Harni Road,Kalali,Sevasi,Race Course,Sun Pharma Road,Ajwa Road,Dabhoi Road,Nizampura,Manjalpur,Karelibaug,Pratapgunj,Fatehgunj,Akota,Gotri Road,Subhanpura,Mandvi,Makarpura,Airport Harni Main Road,Chhani Jakat Naka,Vasna-Bhayli Road,LOCALITY,Waghodia Road,Ranoli,Sama,Dashrath,Bil-Chapad Road,Jambuva,Vadsar,Harni,Atladara,Chhani,New Sama Bhadran Nagar,Parda Road,Sayaji Park Society,Kendranagar,Chipad,Halol,Sayajigunj,Kalali Road,Karadiya,Bajwa,Laxmipura,New VIP Road,Mahapura,Bill Road,Nani Bapod,Jaspur,Vemali,Vadodara-Anklav Road,Nandesari,Asoj,Sokhda,Ravaliya Mahudevegon,Manjusar,Tandalja,Khanpur,New Sama,LOCALITY,Undera,koyali,Padra,Mujar Gamdi,Bhayli,Umeta,Ramwadi,Talsat,Sherkhi,New Karelibaug,Suryanagar,Darshali,Jambubet,Bapunagar,Vadodara-Halol Highway,Bakrawadi,Wadi,Warasiya,Vishwamitri,Shukla Nagar,Saiyed Vasna,Nagarwada,Moghul Wada,Diwalipura,New Alkapuri,Rasulabad,Shiyabaug,Sangma,Jetalpur road,New Sama road,Harinagar,Samta,Karjan,Vijay Nagar,Kapurai Village,Chokshi Bazar,LOCALITY,Panchvati,Kevdabaug,Soma Talav,Dabhoi,Dandia Bazar,Dumad,Raopura,Pratham Upvan,Madhavpura,Muj Mahuda,Danteshwar,Somnath Nagar,Sankarda,Haripura,Jarod,Navapura,Lalbaug,Kishanwadi,Kodarvaya,Ratanpur,Sankhyad,Khatamba,Old Padra Road,Puniyad,Sultanpura,Alamgir,Vadiwadi,Atladra Padra Road,Fatehpura,Waghodia-Dabhoi Ring Road,Bill-Chansad Road,Jetalpur,Limdi,Jeasnpura

Valsad

 

Valsad is a city and a municipality in the Valsad district of the Indian state of Gujarat. It is known for its handloom cloth, dyes, bricks, and pottery, and also has a castor-oil extraction industry.

Typically an industrial base, Valsad is home to industries such as chemical, textile, and paper and pulp. As one of many minor ports of Gujarat, Valsad exports cotton and silk fabrics, grain, timber, tiles and molasses. It also boasts of the largest petrochemical complex in the country.

Geographically, the city is located along the Gulf of Khambhat (Cambay), south of the city of Surat. The union territories of Daman and Dadra & Nagar Haveli, considered as important tourist destinations, are located near Valsad.

Though the size of Valsad city is quite small, it has a variety of educational facilities. It is home to many schools providing excellent English education as well as a host of Gujarati medium schools.

Valsad is served by national and state highways and lies on the main line of the Western Railway.

Valsad is served by national and state highways and lies on the main line of the Western Railway.

Stats and Facts

The population of Valsad city, according to national Census 2011, is 1,14,987. Its urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 1,70,235

As per the 2011 Census reports, Valsad has a sex ratio of 950 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, however, is below par, standing at 877 per 1000 boys
The same reports indicate an impressive average literacy rate in the city, at 92.70%
Valsad was formerly known as Bulsar or Bulsad
The major horticulture crops being produced in the district of Valsad are mango, banana, chiku, cucurbits, and sugarcane
Tithal Beach is a major tourist attraction in the coastal region of Valsad
Gujarati and Hindi are the main languages
The climate here is moderate throughout the year and the region experiences a tropical monsoon climate. The weather is not extreme, as is the case with other regions in Gujarat, making Valsad a preferred location among tourists

Economy and Industrial Profile

Valsad is an industrial base for sectors such as chemicals, textiles, and paper & pulp industries, with horticulture industry witnessing a major boom in recent times
Vapi, a major industrial center in Valsad, has over 300 medium and large-scale industries
A number of private conglomerates are present in Valsad, including Wyeth, Welspun Polyesters India Ltd., Gujarat Heavy Chemicals Ltd. (GHCL), Raymond, Sun Pharmaceuticals, United Phosphorus and Pidilite
Software services have also been growing rapidly in this region with quite a few software companies setting up operations
Some of the major investments in the past decade were in the textile, chemical, and paper & pulp industries helping the economy substantially
Tourism is another major industry that contributes to the economy of this place. The city of Udawada is an important tourist destination in the Valsad district for the Parsi pilgrims, due to the presence of the Fire Temple, a World Heritage Site

Connectivity

Valsad is connected by NH 8 and Gujarat State Highway 183 to the major cities across India
It is well connected by rail to all major cities in India. The city has a rail terminus for the Mumbai-Ahmedabad line and Mumbai-Delhi line of the Western Railways
The nearest major airport to Valsad is Surat Airport, which is located 117 km away

 

All Localities in Valsad

Udvada,Pardi,Abrama,Kosamba,Zinnat Nagar,Dhobi Talao,Dharampur,Atul,Sudha Nagar,LOCALITY,Mograwadi,Ghimsa Kankariya,Mustak Nagar,Raghuvanshi Nagar,Khergam,Sarodhi,R.M.Park,Dungri,Rajan Nagar,LOCALITY,Nana Taiwad,Shanti Nagar,Chhipwad,Sanjan,Chanvai,Gundlav,Ramji Tekra,Nandawala,Lilapore,LOCALITY,Yogeshwar Nagar,Tithal,Nankwada,Umbergaon,Kapadia Chal,Magod

Patna

 

Patna is the capital city of the Indian state of Bihar. The ancient city was earlier known as Pataliputra. It lies on the banks of the river Ganges and is around 35 km long and 17 km wide.

The city is famous for its many pilgrim centers for the Hindus, Buddhists and Jains, which attracts many tourists. Guru Gobind Singh, the last Sikh Guru was born in Patna, making it a sacred place for the Sikhs. Patna was also the ancient capital of the Magadhan Empire.

Patna is known for being the city with the highest population in the state and the second highest in the whole of East-India. This ancient city is famous for being a centre of learning and fine arts, attracting many students. The city is ranked just after Delhi when it comes to the ease of starting a business, according to the World Bank survey of 2009. Patna is an administrative and industrial centre of Bihar.

Stats and Facts

As per the census report of 2011, the population of Patna Urban Agglomeration stands at 2,046,652.

According to the same report, the sex ratio in Patna is 881 females per 1000 males, which is below the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males.

Patna’s literacy rate is 84.05%, according to the census of 2011.

The per capita gross district domestic product is the highest in Patna compared to other places in Bihar.

Patna ranks 21st in the list of the fastest growing cities in the world and is at the 5th place in India for the same, according to the City Mayor’s foundation.
The rivers Gandak, Punpun and Sone run through the city limits of Patna.
Vaishali, Nalanda, Rajgir, Gaya, Pawapuri and Bodhgaya are the sacred cities for most pilgrims who visit Patna.
The Lok Nayak Jayaprakash International Airport in Patna is ranked 21st in the list of the busiest airports in India.

Agriculture And Fishing Industry

The agriculture sector contributes majority of economy in Patna. Patna is the center for agricultural trade, which mainly involves the export of grain, sesame, sugarcane and rice.
More than one-third area used for sowing is used to grow rice. Other crops like maize, wheat and pulses are also grown. Vegetables and watermelons are grown in the Diara belt, which are also a source of income for the city.
Patna has many rivers, ponds and streams, which makes it ideal for a fishing industry. Patna therefore is well known for its fishing grounds and is one of the best we have in India. The spawns of cattla, hilsa and rehu are much in demand, contributing significantly to the economy of the city.
There are sugar mills in and around the city and is an important contributor to Patna’s economy.
The growth of the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) industry and the Green Revolution business has given the economy of Patna a great boost. The city saw sustained economic growth in the year 2011.

Connectivity

Patna is connected to most of the major cities in India through railways. It has six main stations, which are Patna Junction, Gulzarbagh Station, Patliputra Junction, Rajendranagar Terminal, Danapur Station, and Patna Sahib Station. There are many express and passenger trains plying between Patna and other important surrounding places like Gaya, Biharsharif, Islampur, Jehanabad, and Rajgir.
The Lok Nayak Jayaprakash Airport is a restricted international airport at Patna. It’s well connected to most major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Ranchi, Bangalore, Srinagar, Pune, Chennai, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, and Goa.
Many major national and state highways pass through the city of Patna, providing good connectivity to other surrounding cities. The national highways NH-19, NH-31, NH-30, and NH-83 surround this city. The Bihar State Tourism Development Corporation and the Bihar State Road Transport Corporation have several luxury buses, which service people who want to travel to the neighboring cities.
Patna also has connectivity to places like Haldia, Allahabad, and the state of Jharkhand through the National Waterway 1 (NW-1).
The intra-city transportation in Patna is mainly through auto-rickshaws. There are buses and local trains as well to cater to the needs of the people. BSRTC (Bihar State Road Transport Corporation) runs city buses on all the prominent routes of Patna. There are horse-drawn trams and radio cabs available for travel as well.

 

All Localities in Patna

Nageshwar Colony,Bailey Road,Kankarbagh,Boring Road,Exhibition Road,New Patliputra Colony,Kadamkuan,Ghrounda,Anandpuri,Fraser Road Area,Kidwaipuri,Rajendra Nagar,Anisabad,Samanpura,Punaichak,Lohanipur,Keshri Nagar,Jagdeo Path,Digha,Budha Colony,Danapur Road,Gardanibagh,Patliputra Road,North Sri Krishna Puri,Vijay Nagar,Indira Nagar,Hanuman Nagar,Khajpura,Lalji Tola,Kankarbagh Road,Mithapur,Haji Ganj,Chajju Bagh,Ashok Nagar,Sri Krishna Puri,Rajapur,LOCALITY,Rupaspur,Ashiana-Digha Road,Ganga Vihar Colony,Raja bazar,Haroon Nagar,Phulwari Sharif,Khagaul Road,Danapur-Khagaul Road,Patel Nagar,Patliputra Colony,Paijawa,Gola Road,Sheikhpura,Saguna More,Sabzibagh,Shastri Nagar,Jakkanpur,Shivpuri,Muhammadpur,Sri Krishna Nagar,Ramjaipal Nagar,Pahari,Chitrakut Nagar,Jai Prakash Nagar,Chhoti Pahari,Hajipur,Sultangunj,Kumhrar,Ashiana Nagar,Kurthoul,Indrapuri,Bhogipur,Lalbagh,Rajbansi Nagar,Bihta,Kanhauli,LOCALITY,Parsa,Gopalpur,Rajeev Nagar,Punpun,Lodipur,Muhammadpur Korji,Alampur Gonpura,Sadikpur,Sadhnapuri,Yarpur,Begampur,Kurji,Beldari Chak,Bairiya,Patna – Bakhtiyarpur Road,Khagaul,Chitragupta Nagar,Muradpur,Chitkohra,Rukanpura,Bahadurpur,Ramkrishan Nagar,Bakerganj,Ranipur,Janipur,Patna – Gaya Road,Machhua Toli,Dulhin Bazar,Shikarpur,North Shastri Nagar,East Lakshmi Nagar,Sonepur,Danapur,Sipara,Painal,Naubatpur,LOCALITY,Maranchi,Gaurichak,Khusropur,Barh,New Azimabad Colony,Mahavir Nagar,Golambar,Rampur,Mahatma Gandhi Nagar,Maner,Mainpura,Tripolia,Kautilya Nagar,Karanpura,Taregana,Sandalpur,Dhanaut,Shivala Par,Kothwan,Pareo,Jalalpur,Kidwaipur Postal Colony,Bakarganj,Bakhtiarpur,Sarai,Chiror,Barepur,Mahuabagh,Lakhna,Shorampur,Parmanandpur,AG Colony,Beur

Rajkot

 

Rajkot is the fourth-largest city and administrative headquarters of the Rajkot district in the Indian state of Gujarat. One of the largest urban agglomerations in India, Rajkot is one of the fastest developing cities in the world.

Rajkot is famous for its textile, silk embroidery, jewelry and watch parts manufacturing industries. It is also well known for its casting and forging industries. Apart from these, the city is well known for textile printing units that produce silk sarees and cotton salwar suits.

Geographically, Rajkot is located in the Saurashtra region and lies on the banks of the rivers Nyari and Aji. Bhavnagar and Surendranagar in the east, Jamnagar in the west, Kutch in the north, and Junagadh and Amreli in the south surround the district. The strategic location of the city makes it one of the leading industrial centers of Gujarat.

Rajkot is also a popular tourist destination and home to many historical landmarks like Jubilee Garden, Mohandas Gandhi High School, Watson Museum and Lang Library. The city of Rajkot has top-notch education facilities and a booming real estate market.

Stats and Facts

The population of Rajkot city, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 national census, is 12,86,995. Its urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 13,90,933

As per the same reports, Rajkot has a sex ratio of 905 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, however, is below par, standing at 828 per 1000 boys

The same reports indicate an average literacy rate in the city is 88.82%
Rajkot has a sister city called Morbi
The region is well known for its Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), like automobile parts, light engineering, brass parts and foundries
Gujarati and Hindi are the primary languages spoken in Rajkot
The city was founded by Thakore Sahib Vibhoji Ajoji Jadeja in 1620
Rajkot is the place where Mahatma Gandhi spent the early years of his life
The city of Rajkot is home to an international cricket stadium called Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium
Rajkot experiences a tropical wet and dry climate

Economy and Industrial Profile

Rajkot is an industrial base for sectors such as jewelry, textiles, silk embroidery and watch parts. The automobile industry has been witnessing a major boom in the recent times
A number of private conglomerates are present in Rajkot, including Macpower CNC Machines Pvt. Ltd., Jyoti CNC Automation Pvt. Ltd. and Atul Auto Ltd
There are 500 foundry units in Rajkot, owing to the casting requirements of the local diesel engine industry
Software services have also been growing rapidly in this region, with many new multinational software companies and call centers setting up their operation and development centers
Tourism is another major industry that contributes to the city’s economy

Connectivity

By air, Rajkot connects to Mumbai and intermittently to Ahmedabad, served by Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and other carriers
Rajkot has an extensive network of roads and is equipped with state and private transport buses. Through the national and state highways, Rajkot is connected across India
Rajkot Railway Station, also known as Rajkot Junction, is the main railway station in the city of Rajkot. The city has frequent trains to Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Coimbatore, Kochi, Bhopal and other cities

 

All Localities in Rajkot

Kalawad Road,Sadhu Vasvani Road,Mavdi,Airport Road,Karansinhji Road,Raiya Road,Sardar Nagar,Arya Nagar,Shroff Road,150 Feet Ring Road,Nana Mava,Mavadi Plot,Ranchhodnagar Society,Nirmala Road,Jalaram 2,Madhapar,Maruti Nagar,Opp Sarda Baug,Near A G Office,Yogi Nagar,LOCALITY,Jankalyan Society,Panchvati Main Road,Jagnath Plot,Amin Marg,Nana Mava Road,Indraprasth Nagar,Morabi Road,Morbi Road,Ghanshyam Nagar,Univesity Road,Gondal Road,Shastri Nagar,Ramkrishna Nagar,Mota Mava,Motavada,Vardhman Nagar,Pipaliya,Radhika Park,Gundasara,Bhakti Nagar,LOCALITY,Kothariya,Junction Plot,Sadar,Kishan Para,Bajrang Wadi,Saurashtra Kala Kendra,Dhokaliya,Kuvadva road,Shapar,Prahlad Plot,Supedi,Dhebar road,Jasdan,Dhoraji,Gandhigram,Gundavadi,Panchsheel Wadi,Kotecha Nagar,Sadguru Nagar,Munjka,LOCALITY,Vaishali Nagar,Chandreshnagar,New Thorala,Old walled City,Hadamtala,Railnagar,Wankaner,Gavliwad,Ratanpar,Vavdi,Jala Ram Nagar,Jetpur,Golden Park,Rama Krishan Nagar,Kangsiyali,Ishvariya,Ghanteshwer,Rajkot – Morbi Highway,Samrat Industrial Area

Raipur

 

Raipur is the capital city of Chhattisgarh. Prior to the formation of this state, it was located in Madhya Pradesh. Geographically, it’s an important city in the country considering that the land to the north of the city merges with the Chhota Plateau region and the River Mahanadi flows to its south-east.

Raipur is an important city even in the historical context. The district of Raipur, which shares the same name as the city, was considered to be under the Maurya Kingdom in the past. In the early days, the seat of the Haihaya Dynasty Kalchuri kings was also at Raichur. In addition, the Satwahana kings ruled Raipur during the 2nd and 3rd centuries. Today, one can see the ruins of the ancient sites in the southern part of the city. This attracts plenty of tourists from across India and abroad.

The city is, however, gradually molding into a modern city. The infrastructure is well maintained and the transport connectivity is excellent. The real estate sector is positively gaining momentum while infrastructure development activities are taking the front seat.

Stats and Facts

The population of Raipur Municipal Corporation, as per the Population Census of 2011, is 785,829 while the urban populace is 10,10,087

The population of Raipur Municipal Corporation, as per the Population Census of 2011, is 785,829 while the urban populace is 10,10,087

The average sex ratio in Raipur is 946 per 1000 males. On the other hand, the child sex ratio is 929 per 1000 boys

The average literacy rate in Raipur is 86.90%

Raipur is the capital of Chhattisgarh, a new state formed in the year 2000 after it was carved out of Madhya Pradesh

The Kalchuri King Ram Chandra founded Raipur in the 14thcentury AD

Agricultural Processing and Industry

Traditionally, Raipur is known for its agricultural processing industry. It’s even called the Rice Bowl of India for the variety of rice cultivated in the region. There are over 800 rice milling plants
A large variety of agricultural and forest products are also transported to other states in India
Now, with change in time, Raipur has become a strong industrial hub, with industrial presence in steel, power, coal, aluminum and plywood sectors
Raipur is India’s largest iron and steel market
Connectivity

Raipur is well connected by all common modes of transport
The city’s airport, Swami Vivekananda Airport, is located just 15 km away from the city center. This airport is connected to most other major Indian airports and operates 38 flights daily. It’s the second busiest airport in central India after Nagpur
Raipur is connected to many major cities, including Mumbai, Chennai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bhopal, Jaipur, and Ahmedabad, through the Indian railway network. It lies directly on the Howrah-Nagpur-Mumbai line. There are as many as 7 suburban railway stations in Raipur
There are as many as 5 national highways, namely NH 6, NH 43, NH 200, NH 217 and NH 12A connecting Raipur to various other cities. The Asian Highway, AH 46 also passes through Raipur
Raipur City Bus Limited (RCBL) provides a bus service for intra-city travel. 32 of the 40 buses in operation are low-floor Tata Starbuses. Tuk tuk and auto-rickshaws are also popular modes of transport for traveling within the city

 

All Localities in Raipur

Baronda Saddu,G E Road,Dhamtari Road,Hirapur,Amlihdih,Gondwara,Mowa,Tatibandh,Harshit Nagar Road,Urkura,Kota,Birgoan,New Shanti Nagar,Deopuri,Telibandha,Gudhiyari,Mathpurena,Shankar Nagar,Vidhan Sabha Marg,Saddu,Purena,Daldal Seoni,Avanti Vihar,Moudhapara,Abhanpur,Shatabi Nagar,Heerapur,Bilaspur,Mahaveer Nagar,Urla,Pahanda,New Rajendre Nagar,Shivanand Nagar,LOCALITY,Sejbahar,Hirpur Road,Amleshwar,Kishanpur,Mujgahan,Tikrapara,Raipur,Byron Bazar,Professors Colony,Patan Kumhari Road,VIP Road,Dunda,LIC Colony,Baloda Bazaar Road,Shailendra Nagar,Siltara,Ring Road,Bhatapara,Pachpedi Naka,Mandir Hasaud,Sarona,Naya Raipur,Mahadeo Ghat Road,Civil Lines,Gayatri Nagar,NH 6,Labhandih,Vishal Nagar,Avani Vihar,Simga,Nardaha,Samta Colony,Amlidih Main Road,LOCALITY,Mohba Bazar,Tilda,Bhatagaon,Mana,Changorabhata,Shrinagar,Patel Para,Devendra Nagar,Tagore Nagar,Gurumukh Singh Nagar,Jugesar,Kachana,Lalpur,Anupam Nagar,Indravati Colony,Bhanpuri,Santoshi Nagar,Pacheda-1,Amanaka,Jawahar Nagar,Lakhe Nagar,kumhari,Shri Ram Nagar,Kabir Nagar,Janta Colony,Donde Khurd,Umar Poti,Nayapara,DDU Nagar,Moti Nagar,Shyam Nagar,Rajeev Nagar,RDA Colony,LOCALITY,Dumartarai,Sector-4,Budera,Doongaji Colony,Kota Colony,Lakholi,Jivan Vihar,Purani Basti,Sunder Nagar,Pandri,Fafadih,Govind Nagar,Sai Ssimran City,VIP Colony,Rajim,Panchsheel Nagar,Bajinath Para,Boriyakhurd,Sanjay Nagar,Maragondanahalli,Budhapara,Arang,Kathadih,Boria Kalan,Khamardih,Kosrangi,Sondongari,Khuteri,Tulsi,Kandul

Ranchi

 

Ranchi is the capital city of Jharkhand, the state that was formed only in the year 2000. This city has the second-largest population in the state, and was earlier the center of the Jharkhand movement for creating a new state. The name Ranchi is derived from ‘Archi’, which is the previous name of an Oraon village. Archi changed to Rachi, which eventually became Ranchi. This city is geographically in the south area of the Chota Nagpur plateau.

Ranchi is also called the ‘City of Waterfalls’. Since this place came to be known as a hill station during the British times, Ranchi has seen a quick growth in population and industrialization. These factors influenced the change in weather patterns and increase in average temperature. The city has now lost its status of being a hill station, but is still a favorite choice for investments in the industrial sector.

After obtaining the status of a state, Jharkhand saw a sudden increase in population in Ranchi and other major places in the state. With more employment opportunities, and openings in offices and banks, many people have migrated to Ranchi.

Ranchi is now famous for being a Tier-III city with the highest employment generation, according to a study by ASSOCHAM.

Stats and Facts

As per the census report of 2011, the population of Ranchi stands at 10,73,440. However, its urban agglomeration has a population of 11,26,741

According to the same report, the sex ratio in Ranchi is 920 females per 1000 males, which is around the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males. The sex ratio, however, has increased from what it was in 2001

Ranchi’s literacy rate is 88.49%, according to the census 2011
Ranchi has many waterfalls like Dassam Falls, Jonha Falls, Panchghagh Falls, Hundru Falls, and Hirni Falls
The river Subarnarekha flows through the city. This river along with its tributaries forms the local river system in Ranchi
The National Institute of Foundry and Forge is the only foundry institution in India is located in Ranchi
Ranchi was under the rule of the Munda Rajas in the ancient times
The 34th National Games took place in Ranchi in the year 2011

Mineral Industry

Ranchi is known as the ‘Manchester of the East’ because it’s abundant in mineral resources. This industry contributes to almost 18% of the national mineral production and contributes significantly to the economy of Ranchi
Ranchi is endowed with natural beauty and a scenic environment due to its hilly topography, which attracts tourists. In addition, the many beautiful waterfalls in this city are a major attraction, which also contributes to the city’s economy

Ranchi is a city in the Ranchi district, which comes under the 250 most backward districts in India. Therefore, this city receives funds from the BRGF (Backward Regions Grant Fund) program

Connectivity

Ranchi is connected with the major cities in India via railways. Apart from the main Ranchi Railway Station, there are other stations in this city like Hatia Station, Namkom Station, and Tatisilwai Station. Ranchi has trains connecting to cities like Delhi, Jaipur, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Hyderabad, Jammu, Surat and many others
Ranchi has its own airport namely, the Birsa Munda Airport. It has direct flights to cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Jammu, Chennai, Goa and Kolkata. There is a new international terminal at Ranchi spreading over 19,676 sq. m., with a capacity to manage 200 international and 500 domestic passengers at a time. It has taken off the load from the Kolkata airport
The road connectivity of Ranchi is excellent. National Highways NH-23 and NH-33 pass through Ranchi. Jharkhand State Road Transport Corporation buses ply from Ranchi, connecting it to other places in Jharkhand. There are Bihar Road Transport buses that run from Ranchi to important cities in Bihar like Patna and Gaya
The intra-city travel occurs mainly through auto-rickshaws and cycle rickshaws. Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) runs around 150 city buses in Ranchi

 

All Localities in Ranchi

Bariatu Road,Getlatu,Hatia,Kanke Road,Jagarnathpur,Tatisilway,Tupudana,Argora,Namkum,Kumhar Toli,Ranibagan,Nagratoli,Morabadi,Harihar Singh Road,Upper Chutia,Indrapuri Colony,Main Road,Lalpur Chowk,Doranda,Radium Road,Kusai Colony,Shukla Colony,Ashok Nagar,Firayalal,Pithiyatil,Hinoo,NH:33,LOCALITY,Karamtoli Chowk,Patel Nagar,Harmu Housing Colony,Khatanga,Kokar,Arsande,SOSO Village,Gandhi Nagar,Lalpur,Kadru,Circular Road,Bijupada,Kanke,Nayatoli,Jamuari,Hesag,Hazaribag Road,Ratu Road,Kanka,Ohdar Village,Khelgaon,Samlong,Hardag,Pundag,Angara,Delatoli,Ring Road,LOCALITY,Dhurwa,Jhiri,Kathalkocha,Upper Bazar,Ormanjhi,Tikratoli,Nagri,Pandra,Adarsh Nagar,Mesra,Hindpiri,Murangtoli,Gosaintola,Lowadih,Oyna,Vikash Nagar,Sector-2,NH-33,Amitha Nagar,Sector-3,Mandar,Dwarikapuri,Bariatu,Sarhul Nagar,Barganwa,Pahartoli,Patratoli,LOCALITY,Masibari,Rajadera,Ahirtoli,Itkithakurgoan,Prem Nagar,Irba,Muri,Kantatoli,Bara Ghaghra,Hochar,Bargain,Deepatoli,Vijay Nagar,Harmu,Kathal More Road,Soso,Sidroll,Hatma,Gitilpiri,Kishoreganj Chowk,Jai Prakash Nagar,Janiyar Nagar,Booti More,Chuttu,Kumhariya

Roorkee

 

Located in the Haridwar district of Uttarakhand, Roorkee sits upon a flat terrain surrounded by the grandeur of the Himalayas from the East and North East. A city and seat of the Haridwar Municipal Corporation, it rests on the banks of Ganges canal, between Dehradun and Delhi. It also has been the headquarters of the Bengal Sappers (Bengal Engineer Group) since 1853.

In 1900, Roorkee started the manufacture of survey and nautical instruments for the Thomason College of Civil Engineering, now known as IIT Roorkee. Later, it moved on to the manufacturing of compasses, levels and other surveying instruments. Ever since Uttarakhand got it’s state status, Roorkee has grown into an industrial powerhouse with over 100 industries and corporate houses under the State Industrial Corporation of Uttarakhand. Apart from many business and service centres, Roorkee also has many advertising agencies also providing electronic, print, outdoor and online media services.

Stats and Facts

The population of Roorkee, as per the provisional reports of the Census 2011, is 2, 89,478

The city’s sex ratio is below the national average, at 847 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio follows the same trend with 832 girls per 1000 boys

The average literacy rate of Indore is gradually increasing with the current rate at 84.29%

The average literacy rate of Indore is gradually increasing with the current rate at 84.29%

With a population of 2, 89,478 inhabitants, Roorkee is the third largest Municipal Corporation in the state of Uttarakhand, after Haridwar and Dehradun

Hindi, Urdu and Punjabi are the three main languages spoken here

Roorkee Economy – Striving Industrial Sector

Hilly and inaccessible terrain, lack of connectivity, gaps in infrastructure, non-availability of raw materials and limited access to markets all contributed to the economic backwardness of Uttarakhand region in the late 90’s. The main objective for the creation of the state of Uttarakhand was to ensure rapid growth in the economic-industrial sector in the coming future
To counter attack the slow growth, the State government announced The New Industrial Policy in 2003. This allowed private participation in the tapping of natural resources while promoting integrated Industrial Estates in Uttarakhand. As a result, Roorkee has emerged as an attractive industrial destination in India
While Roorkee is known for its manufacturing sector in nautical and mathematical instruments, the government is planning a massive revival of traditional industries like handicrafts, handlooms and khadi industries
Due to the rich abundance of flora and fauna, there has been an emergence of many other industries in Roorkee like biotechnology, agro based and food industry, floriculture and forest based industry
Successful industrial development lies in infusing investments and state-of-art technology. To achieve this – specific industrial projects will be constituted for technology transfers and foreign investments. Also cooperation is being sought after from Apex industry associations, private industries, and UN industries like UNIDO and UNDP to promote investments from non-resident Indians
Today there are 75 big, small survey and drawing instrument units which are into production of instruments worth crores of rupees annually
With the export-oriented industry expecting a boom, the annual export of the industries of Roorkee is expected to touch a whopping Rs. 70 crore mark
There are several reasons why investment in Roorkee is a good option. The Udyog Mitra is a state facilitated body set up by the State government serving as a consultative mechanism between the government and private industries to create an industry friendly environment. The government also announced a Concessional Industrial Package to encourage private participation. Adding on, there is a dedicated land bank for allocating land for projects across the district
Roorkee also has the potential for being the hydro-powerhouse of the nation as only 9% of it’s total potential has been tapped till now. Apart from state provided incentives, healthy climate and a pollution-free environment have made Roorkee a hot spot for future development

Connectivity

The closest airport to Roorkee is the Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport. But due to it’s lack of services the New Delhi International Airport is a preferred choice located just 200 kms away
Using the train system is the easiest way to get to Roorkee. The Roorkee city station is located coming in the Northern Railway region, and connects to most of the Indian cities on a daily basis
Several buses run from various cities in North India and pass through the main bus depot on NH-58 in Roorkee
Vikram Auto Rickshaw and cycle rickshaws are the most common ways to get around the city. Walking is recommended in the old parts of the city

 

All Localities in Roorkee

Civil Lines,Delhi Road,Main Hardiwar Road,IIT Roorkee,Bhagwanpur,NH-58,Chand Puri Nagar,LOCALITY,Rajendra Nagar,Dhandera,Ramnagar,Mooldaspur,Paneyala Chandapur,Landhaura,Dehradun Road,LOCALITY,Nehru Nagar,Purani Tehsil,Preet Vihar Colony,Ganesh Pur,Adarsh Nagar,Solani Puram,Bajuheri,LOCALITY,Chow Mandi,B.T. Ganj,Bhagirath Kunj,Salempur Rajputan

Surat

 

Surat, the second-largest city in Gujarat, is one of the fastest growing tier-II cities in India. It is also the administrative capital of the Surat district. Ranked among the largest urban agglomerations in India, the city is a hub for numerous sectors of economy, most notably the diamond, textile and silk industries. For this reason, Surat is also known as the Diamond City, Textile City and Silk City of India.

Besides diamond and textile units, the other major industries thriving in the city are information technology, education and healthcare.

Geographically, Surat lies on the banks of the Tapti River. It is surrounded by the Bharuch and Narmada districts in the north, the Navsari and Dang districts in the south and the Gulf of Cambay in the west. Surat experiences a tropical Savanna climate which is strongly influenced by the Arabian Sea.

The presence of a strong industrial sector in Surat invites an influx of migrants from across the country. Affordable prices, convenient public transport, serene ambience, excellent education facilities, great employment and self-employment potentials and entertainment facilities have contributed to Surat’s booming real estate market.

The presence of a strong industrial sector in Surat invites an influx of migrants from across the country. Affordable prices, convenient public transport, serene ambience, excellent education facilities, great employment and self-employment potentials and entertainment facilities have contributed to Surat’s booming real estate market.

Stats and Facts

The population of Surat, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 Census, is 4,462,002. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 4,585,367

As per the Census 2011 reports, Surat has a sex ratio of 758 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio is 813 per 1000 boys
The average literacy rate in the city is 89.03%
The city of Surat was previously known as Suryapur
Surat ranked 8th in India with a GDP of $40 billion in fiscal year 2011-2012
The city accounts for 90% of the world’s total rough diamond cutting and polishing and 99.99% of India’s total rough diamond cutting and polishing
The city of Surat ranks as the 3rd cleanest city in India

Diamond and Textile Industries

The city is known for its diamond and textile industries
Surat is the largest manufacturer of clothes in India. Apart from producing world-class synthetic textiles, Surat is also known for producing silk
The Federation of Surat Textile Traders Association (FOSTTA) is an association of textile processing units of the Surat Textile Market
Surat has become an important center for industrial growth in India. Reputed companies like Ultratech, ONGC, Reliance Petrochemicals, Torrent Power, and Shell have set up their manufacturing units here
Some of the important brands of India like Vimal and Garden have also set up manufacturing units in Surat

Connectivity

By air, Surat connects to major Indian cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Chandigarh and Amritsar. The Surat Airport is located just 11 km from the city and the recently constructed terminal can handle 240 passengers on an hourly basis
The city is connected to National Highway 8 through a 16-km connector highway. National Highway 6, also known as the Surat–Kolkata Highway, passes through the city and connects it to Dhule, Amravati, Nagpur, Raipur, Sambalpur, Kharagpur and Kolkata. Through the national and state highways, Surat is connected across India
Surat can be easily reached by rail as well. The Western Railway zone and the Central Railway zone connect Surat to the major cities in India

 

All Localities in Surat

Piplod,Athwalines,Surat Dumas Road,Ghod Dod Road,City Light,Vesu,Katargam,Adajan,Althan,Canal Road,VIP Road,Varachha,Kharwar Nagar,Rander Road,Rander,Navagam,Hazira – Adajan Road,Vishnu Nagar,Bhimrad,Dahin Nagar,Jahangir Pura,Bhestan,Saroli,Parvat Gam,Anand Mahal Road,Bardoli,LOCALITY,Pal Gam,Mota,Vishal Nagar,Olpad,Athwa Gate,Udhna,Amroli,Palsana,Dindoli,Palanpur Gam,Sachin,Pankaj Nagar,Jahangirabad,Sagrampura,Mota Varachha,Maroli,Parvat Patiya,Mahindra Pur,Godadara,Saniya Hemad,Khodiyar Nagar,Nanpura,Athwa,Kapodra,Gothan,Kamrej,LOCALITY,Salabatpura,Majura Gate,Kadodara,Laskana,Patel Nagar,Pandesara,Limbayat,Gopipura,Mughal Sarai,Rustampura,Bamroligam,Begampura,Kim,Kosamba,Kadodara Nagar,Bhatar,Shahpore,Kumbharia Gam,Nana Varachha,Mahuva,Chowk Bazar,Sayan,Haripura,Mahadev Nagar,Vidhey Nagar,Umarwada,LOCALITY,New City Light,Tadwadi,Punagam,Sima Nagar,Karamala,Mandvi,Dabholi,Magob,Limla,Shakti Nagar,Palanpur Jakatnaka,Pasodara,Nanavat,Narthan,Vareli,Dumas,Navsari Road,Narotam Nagar,Hazira,Uttran,New City Light Road,Ichchhapor,Ambanagar,Masma,Mosali

Madurai

 

One of South India’s great temple towns, Madurai is the administrative headquarters of the Madurai district in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Due to its antiquity and great historical importance, Madurai is also referred to as the Athens of the East.

Madurai is a key industrial and educational hub in Tamil Nadu. The city is home to various textiles, automobile, chemical, rubber, and granite manufacturing industries. Having developed as a tier-II city for information technology (IT), quite a few software companies have started operations in Madurai.

Geographically, the city of Marudai lies on the flat and fertile plain of the river Vaigai, southeast of the Western Ghats. Clay loam is the main soil type in Madurai, while red loam and black cotton types are also prevalent in the outer regions of the city.

The strong industrial sector in Marudai attracts many people from across the country. The location of the city and the presence of a large number of schools, colleges, offices, and hospitals make Madurai a great place to live in. Therefore, there is a constant demand for housing and land in Marudai.

Stats And Facts

The population of Madurai, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 census, is 10,16,885. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 14,62,420.

As per the census 2011 reports, Madurai has a near-ideal sex ratio of 997 per 1000 males. The city also boasts of an impressive child sex ratio of 956 per 1000 boys.

The same reports indicate a remarkable average literacy rate in the city, at 91.42%.
The city of Madurai is known by many names, including Koodal, Naanmadakoodal, Malligai Maanagar, and Thirualavai.
The region has rich black soil, which is the primary cause for the flourishing agriculture scene in the region.
Madurai is one of the few rubber-growing areas in South India with many rubber-based industries being based in the city.
One of the ancient cities of India, Madurai ranks top among historical places in Tamil Nadu.
The city is constructed in the shape of a lotus and hence, it is often called the Lotus City. It is also called as the Temple City due to the large number of temples located in the region.

Agriculture, Textiles, And Tourism

Although Madurai is chiefly an agrarian society, the textile and tourism industries have been contributing significantly to the local economy.
Madurai has a thriving flower industry. Jasmine is a case in point. It is exported to Middle East where they are mostly used in perfumes.
Software services have also been growing rapidly in this region. Reputed companies like Honeywell Technologies, HCL, Satyam, Oracle, and many others are located here.
The government of Tamil Nadu has proposed two IT-Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in the city of Madurai.

Connectivity

By air, Madurai connects to major Indian cities like Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Kolkata, and international destinations like Sri Lanka and Dubai. Air India, SpiceJet, and Jet Airways are the carriers that operate from Madurai. The Madurai Airport is located just 12 km from the city.
Four National Highways, namely NH-7, NH-45B, NH-208, and NH-49, pass through the city. The state highways passing through the city are SH-33, SH-72, SH-72A, SH-73, and SH-73A. Through the national and state highways, Madurai is connected across India.
Madurai has excellent rail connectivity. It holds the distinction of being the second largest revenue division in Southern Railway after the Chennai division. A number of super fast trains from Madurai connect to most major cities in India like Bengaluru, Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad, Coimbatore, Vijayawada, Calcutta, Nagpur, and Bhopal.

 

All Localities in Madurai

Velmurugan Nagar,South Veli Street,Alagar Kovil Road,Kochadai,Milakaranai Village,Dindigal Highway,Andalpuram,Bye Pass Road,Uthangudi,Sathamangalam,P.T.Rajan Road,Vilangudi,KK Nagar,Avaniyapuram,Alagappan Nagar,Anaiyur,Othakkadai,Anna Nagar,Kodaikanal,Chittampatti,Mattiuttavani,Natham Road,SS Colony,Ponnmeni,Kodikulam,Nayakkanpatti,Periya kodakovil,Kidaripatti,Mukkampatti,Virataipathu,Mappalayam,Durai Samy Nagar,Vishwanathapuram,LIC Colony,Thirunagar,Bibikulam,Thai Moogambigai Nagar,Visalakshipuram,LOCALITY,Karumathur,T.Kallupatti,Solaipatti,Chokikulam,Kunnathur,Sathya Sai Nagar,Sellur Road,TVS Nagar,NH 45B,Melakkal Road,NARAYANAPURAM,Nagamalai,Vasanth Nagar,Minukkampatti,Villapuram,Puliyankulam,National Highway-7,Karuppayurani,Surya Nagar,Tirumangalam,Kallikudi,Manalur,Umachikulam,JEMI Balaji Nagar,Alanganallur,Kappalur,Silaiman,K Pudur,Krishnapuram Colony,Velvarkottai,Kadachanendal,Sikandar Savadi,Anuppanadi,Vandiyur,Perungudi,Usilampatti,Vadipatti,Paravai,LOCALITY,Ayyanar Puram,Gomathipuram,Rajapalayam,Maistry Street,Ellis Nagar,Madakkulam,P and T Nagar,Pasumalai,East Veli Street,Thiruppalai,Tiruppuvanam,Pudhu Thamaraipatti,Mahatma Gandhi Nagar,Koodal Nagar,Thirumohur,Arapalayam,Pasingapuram,Balarangapuram,Sammattipuram,Thiruparankundram,Athikulam,Gayathri Nagar,Nilakottai,Thasildar Nagar,Kalavasal,Nedungulam,Arumbanur,Thathankulam,Palangantham,Tallakulam,Iyer Bungalow,Periyar,Kallandhiri,Anbu Nagar,Melur,Sholavandan,Melamadai,Lakshmipuram,LOCALITY,Narimedu,Lourdhu Nagar,Nalukulam,Bama Nagar,Simmakkal,Thoppur,Chatrapatti,T Pudupatti,Thanakkankulam,Rajakambeeram,Aaviyur,Goripalayam,Kulamangalam,Valayankulam,Vilachery,Vadivelkarai,Subramaniapuram,S Alangulam,Kannanenthal,Ramaond Reserve Line,Chinna Chokkikulam,Thenpalanji,Pottapalayam,Poovanthi,Thathaneri,Shakti Nagar,N M Sivanathan Nagar,Doak Nagar,Shenoy Nagar,Panthadi,Kovilappangudi,Palamedu,Karuppaiahpuram,Kalai Nagar,Samayanallur,Mallampatti,Valar Nagar,Yeliyar Pathi

Mangalore

 

The chief port city of Karnataka, Mangalore is an important city of the south. It’s the administrative headquarters of the Dakshin Kannada district of Karnataka. Its proximity to Bangalore also makes it an attractive destination. It’s for this reason that many major industrial players are now setting shop in this important city.

Mangalore’s envious location, placed between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats, invites plenty of tourists throughout the year. So besides being a rising hot spot for industries, the city is also a tourist magnet, thanks to the lush greenery, calm surroundings, and the pristine beaches located here. Naturally, there’s a consistent demand for temporary stays in addition to commercial property.

Mangalore is set to see a rapid increase in the fulfillment of infrastructure development projects in the city. Already, an increasing number of domestic and multi-national corporations are being established here. Some of the prominent players that have already established offices in the city are MphasiS, Infosys Technologies, Ultratech Cement, and Syndicate Bank, Karnataka Bank, and others. The rise in demand for commercial property in Mangalore is natural.

Stats And Facts

The population of Mangalore stands at 4,84,785, according the provisional reports of the Census 2011. The urban/metropolitan population is 6,19,664

The sex ratio in Mangalore is tilted in favor of females, at 1014 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, on the other hand, is 930 per 1000 boys

Mangalore’s average literacy rate as per Census 2011 is 94.03%

Several different languages are spoken in Mangalore, including Kannada, Konkani, Tulu, and Beary basse (Beary language)

The characteristic geographic features of Mangalore are freshwater streams, coconut palms, and rolling hills
In a survey conducted by the Urban Development Ministry, Mangalore stood 8th in the list of the cleanest cities in India

Primary Sector And Port-Related Activities

75% of India’s coffee exports and a bulk of its cashew nuts are imported through the Mangalore port
The tropical timber used to make furniture, is imported from South-east Asia. The imports are received at this port city
The Mangalore roof tiles, made of red clay and baked, are popularly used as roofs through India
Besides tiles and cashew nuts, the coffee and beedi rolling cottage industries are strong in Mangalore
The fishing and boat building industry is huge in this city. Mangalore was initially developed as a fishing town
Some of the prominent industries in Mangalore are Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd., Kudremukh Iron Ore Company Ltd., and Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd
Eight SEZs have been approved for establishment in and around Mangalore by the Government of India

Connectivity

Mangalore can be reached by all forms of popular transport. There are several domestic flights to major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Kochi and flights to international destinations like Dubai, Kuwait, Muscat, Abu Dhabi, and Bahrain. The Mangalore International Airport is situated 20 km away from the city center, at Bajpe
The city is well-connected by rail. There are 2 major railway stations in the city, Mangalore Central and Mangalore Junction, and two others, Surathkal and Udupi, lie near the city. Mangalore is connected to Mumbai by Konkan Railway and to major southern cities like Trivandrum and Chennai via Southern Railway
Mangalore is connected by a vast network of highways. A total of 4 highways pass through the city, namely NH 66, NH 48, NH 13, and NH 234
A number of private operators offer bus service for traveling within and beyond the city limits. Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) and the Dakshina Kannada Bus Operators Association (DKBOA) are the key players.

 

All Localities in Mangalore

LOCALITY,Ranipur,Balmatta,Konchady,Kankanady,Mary Hill,Kodailbail,Valencia,Kottara,Kadri,Bejai,Ullal,Kavoor,Subhash Nagar,Bolar,Upper Bendoor,Jeppu Market Road,Alake,Vas Lane,Kulashekara,Mangala Nagar,Attavar,Pandeshwar,Marnamikatte,Surathkal,Urva,Kuloor – Ferry Road,Bajpe,Derebail,Lalbhag,Mallikatte,LOCALITY,Shaktinagar,Shivabaugh,Sturrock Road,Nanthoor,Gandhi Nagar,Derlakatte,Ashok Nagar,Kinnigoli,Konaje,M.G Road,Kotekani,Talapady,Bendoor,Kalpana Road,S.L Mathias Road,Kudroli,Moodabidiri,Kulai,Lalbagh,Thokottu,Mukka,Vittal,Krishnapura,Vyasa Nagar,Yeyyadi,Mulki,Kateel,Manipal,Bejai-Kapikad Road,Neermarga,LOCALITY,Bondel,Maroli,Hoige Bail,Kotekar,Bunder,Vamanjoor,Uppinangadi,Padil,Kodikal,Padubidri,Pumpwell,Jeppinamogaru,Yekkur,Nandi Gudda,Bikarnakatte-Bikarnakatte-Kaikamba,Katipalla,Hampankatta,Ganjimutt,Belthangady,Kudupu,Pavoor,Muduperar,Sullia,Haleyangadi,Tenkayedapadavu,Paduperar,Arkula,Ujire,Kannur,Addur,LOCALITY,Narimogru,Thumbe,Natekal,Bantwal,Kaikamba,Puttur,Ladyhill,Kenjar,Kolnadu,Kolambe,Subrahmanya,Chilambi,Hosabettu,Ammunje,B.C Road,Pakshikere,Shiva Nagar,Farangipate,Adyar,Kuntikan,Amtady,Chennaithodi,Saripalla,Padukodi,Shimantoor,Mudipu,Mannagudda,Kapikad

Mohali

 

Mohali is a city situated adjacent to Chandigarh, the common capital of the northern Indian states Punjab and Haryana. In later half of 2012, it was named after Sahibzada Ajit Singh, the eldest son of Guru Gobind Singh, and called Ajitgarh. Today, it’s famously a part of the Chandigarh Tricity, the two other cities being Chandigarh and Panchkula.

Besides being a city in Punjab, Mohali is also the administrative district of the state. Initially, it didn’t have any unique element in its city planning. The city of Mohali was designed based on the successful plan of Chandigarh’s. The city, just like it neighbor was divided into identical sectors of size 800x1200m.

Starting from the 1980s, however, a new development pattern began to emerge in the city. The Punjab Urban Planning and Development Authority played a stellar role in the development activities in Punjab. Now, the Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) has taken over the mantle of development.

Today, the rich investment opportunities offered by the city attract an increasing number of outsourcing IT organizations. And that’s opening up the real estate sector in the city to people and organizations from across the country and abroad.

Stats And Facts

The population of Mohali, according to the provisional reports of the Census India 2011, is 1,46,104. The urban/metropolitan population is 1,76,152

As per the same reports, Mohali has recorded a sex ratio of 911 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio is 886 per 1000 boys. Both these numbers are below the national average

Mohali’s average literacy rate is excellent, at 93.22%. This is well above the national average literacy
Initially, Mohali was built as extension of Chandigarh, because of the housing strain experienced in the latter. Although Mohali has been overshadowed by its more popular neighbor for much of its past, it’s now opening up as an attractive destination for IT organizations

Tertiary Sector

Mohali is fast growing into a house for multinational corporations from across the country and abroad
Infosys has its development center located in the city. International giants like Philips, Dell, and Semiconductor Complex Limited also make their presence felt in Mohali
Quark Inc., a Denver-based firm has created QuarkCity, a city replete with all the necessities of modern life, besides the obviously massive residential complex. It’s expected that this project will create 25,000 direct and 1,00,000 indirect jobs. The QuarkCity also features a Special Economic Zone (SEZ)

Connectivity

Mohali doesn’t have an airport and train station of its own. To reach Mohali, one traveling by air or rail needs to get off at Chandigarh and then proceed to Mohali. Chandigarh is well connected by rail and air to all the major cities across the country, and so reaching Mohali is never a problem
The city is also very well connected by road. It’s just a 4-5 hour drive from New Delhi, connected, for most part, by the NH 1. Popular mode of transport in this region is the cab, or of course any car. The route is quite scenic
The Sector 43 bus terminus in Chandigarh serves Mohali. Although located in Chandigarh, the terminus is situated just 2 km from Mohali. All buses to Punjab and Haryana stop here. The Sector 17 bus terminus has buses moving to and from Delhi

 

All Localities in Mohali

LOCALITY,Old Kalka Road,Sector 127,Sector 56,Sector 116,Lalru,Sector 57,Sector 115,Sector 66-A,Sector 111,S.A.S Nagar,Sector 66,Sector 110,Sector 114,Sector 113,Sector 126,Sector 109,Sector 79,Sector 60,Sector 61,LOCALITY,Mullanpur,Sector 91,Chandigarh-Ropar Road,Sector 70,Sector 85,Sector 112,Banur,Sector-125,Sector 117,Sector 98,Kurali,Kharar-Banur Road,Sector 68,Sector-100,Sector-80,Sector-74,Sector-65,Sector 64,Sector 86,LOCALITY,Sector 121,Sector 71,Sector 59,Sector 53,Sector 88,Sector 67,Sector-123,Sector 97,Sector 105,Sector 108,Sector 104,Sector 107,Sector 118,Sector 62,Sector 63,Sector-76,Sector-106,Sector-69,Sector-103,LOCALITY,Sector-73,Sector-54,Sector-77,Sector-82,Khera,Balongi,Sector-122,Sector-99,Aerocity,Bhabat,Sector-58,Sector-124,Phase-9,Kharar – Landran Road,Kharar-Kurali Highway,Dera Bassi,Aerocity Road,Sector 74 A

Mysore

 

Situated at the base of Chamundi Hills, Mysore is the third-largest city in the state of Karnataka. It was known as the Princely State of the British Empire for 148 years before which it was the much larger Kingdom of Mysore. It is only 130 kilometers from Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, and is home to the Mysore Palace.

Mysore is a thriving business hub with Infosys already headquartered here and property developers like Sobha Developers, Brigade Group etc. launching sizeable properties. More companies have opted to move here because of the availability of affordable skilled labor.

In terms of infrastructure, Mysore depicts an old-world charm but projects slated for the future, like the Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor, will drastically improve connectivity and encourage developmental projects within the city. The real estate sector is gaining momentum because of its versatility in adapting to an urban city while retaining its small-town quality.

Stats and Facts

The population of Mysore is 8,87,446 according to the provisional reports of the 2011 Census. The urban population, however, is 9,83,893.

The population of Mysore is 8,87,446 according to the provisional reports of the 2011 Census. The urban population, however, is 9,83,893.

As per the Census 2011 reports, Mysore has a perfect sex ratio of 1000 per 1000 males. Although, the child sex ratio is 945 per 1000 boys.

The average literacy rate in the city is 86.84% of which female literacy is 83.73% and male 89.96%. The total number of literates is 7,02,896.

The city of Mysore is also known as Mahishuru, meaning the home of Mahishasura who was a demon king believed to have ruled over the city in days of yore. A goddess called Chamundeshwari who has a temple named after her, atop the hill, defeated him.

Mysore is abundant with lakes and lies between the Cauvery and Kabini rivers. It also has rich national parks and a zoo.

The city has a moderate, semi-arid climate, making it very pleasant to live there. This can be attributed to the fact that it has the third-richest forest cover in Karnataka.
In Business Today’s 2011 Gallup survey, Mysore was ranked the fifth best city to conduct business in and also the second cleanest city.

Information Technology and Industrial Sector

Traditionally, Mysore has been involved in cottage industries like weaving, sandalwood carving, bronze work and the production of silk, lime and salt.
It is the second-largest software exporter in Karnataka, close on the heels of Bangalore. In the financial year 2009–2010, the city contributed Rs 1363 crore to Karnataka’s exports.
It has two industrial estates and six industrial areas. The prominent areas are Belagola, Belwadi, Hebbal (Electronic city) and Hootagalli. These are populated by Wipro, Theorem, BEML, J.K. Tyres, L & T and many more.
Infosys has built one of the world’s largest corporate training centers for IT professionals while Wipro has established its Global Service Management Centre here.
Besides new economy companies, other major players like Reid & Taylor, TVS and Nestle have also set up manufacturing units here.
The government of India has recognized Mysore as number one among the 20 Tier II cities of India.
The tourism has emerged as the current major industry of the city because of the rich cultural heritage and well-conserved national parks it offers. Yoga-related health tourism has also been on the rise in recent years.

Connectivity

The Mandakalli Airport, also known as Mysore Airport, connects to major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Goa, Chennai, Ahmedabad and Hyderabad. The airport is located just 10 km from the city.
Mysore Junction railway station is well connected to many key cities in India like Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Jaipur, Bengaluru and many others by South Western Railways. The Shatabdi Express is one of the fastest trains to serve this station which offers free Wi-Fi facilities.
Mysore is connected by road to Tamil Nadu and Kerala via NH 766, and to Bangalore by State Highway 17.
The Mysore City Transport Corporation, Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation and other private agencies provide ample bus services both between cities and within the city.
Auto-rickshaws are another cheap means of transport within the city. Tongas are also seen around Dasara festival.

 

All Localities in Mysore

LOCALITY,Sriramapura,Hebbal,Yadavagiri,J P Nagar,Mahadevapura Road,Nanjangud Highway,Bannur Road,T Narasipura Main Road,Hunsur Road,Kuvempu Nagar,Shivaji Road,Beechanakuppe,Jayalakshmipuram,Lakshmipuram,Gokulam,Siddhartha Layout,V. V. Mohalla,Vijayanagar,Ramanuja Road,Adipampa Road,Kalidasa Road,Chamrajpura,Hinkal,Chamarajapuram,Brindavan Extention,Sayyaji Rao Road,Ramakrishna Nagar,Madagalli,Airport Road,Jettihundi,Vontikoppal,Dattagalli,Bogadi,Krishnarajasagara,KC Layout,Basavanahalli,Mirza Road,LOCALITY,Devanuru,Palahalli,Bangalore Road,Pragathi Nagar,Chamundipuram,Saraswathipuram,Gangothri Layout,Rajeevnagar 2nd Stage,Udayagiri,Rajendra Nagar,Nazarbad,Jayanagar,Rajarajeshwari Nagar,Metagalli,Shakti Nagar,Vivekananda Nagar,Bogadi Road,Kergalli,Aravinda Nagar,Ittige Gudu,Mogarahalli,Ilavala Hobli,Vidyaranyapuram,Roopa Nagar,Elivala,N.R Mohalla,Kesare,Ashokpuram,KRS Road,Heggadadevankote,Devaraja Mohalla,Niveditha Nagar,Rammanahalli,Bilikere,Alanahalli,Shyadanahalli,Hootagalli,LOCALITY,Tilak Nagar,TK Layout,JSS Layout,RS Naidu Nagar,Sharadadevi Nagar,BEML Nagar,Gaddige,Nadanahalli,Bettadapura,Rajiv Nagar,Halladakallahalli,Periyapatna,Somanath Nagar,Naganahalli,Mandi Mohalla,Kalyanagiri,Yaraganahalli,Utanahalli,Bannimantap,Huyilalu Road,Naguvanahalli,Ramachandra Agrahara,Bandipalya,Krishnamurthy Puram,JC Nagar,Alanahalli Layout,Kurubara Halli,Vishweshwara Nagar,Madapura,Sathagalli Layout,Vinayakanagara,Marase,Kuppaluru,Kanakadasa Nagar,Nagawala,Gayathripuram,Hosahundi,LOCALITY,Jyothi Nagar,Rajajinagara,RT Nagar,Shankara Nagar,Srinagara Layout,Dadadahalli,Huskur,Nanjangudu,Tirumakudalu Narasipura,Kote Hundi,Jantagalli,Rangasamudra,Halalu,Hadajana,Kadakola,University Layout,Hanchya,Gejjagalli,Thaluru,Doddakaturu,Murudagalli,Bannur,Varuna,Kundanahalli,Yelwala,Kenchalgaud,Bogadi 2nd Stage North,Malavalli Mysore Road,Bugathagalli,Vajamangala,Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel Nagara,Sathgalli,Jattipalla Kanakapura Ring Road,Railway Layout

Nagpur

 

The largest city in central India, Nagpur is a rapidly growing metropolis. It’s one of India’s most industrialized cities, besides being the 13th largest urban agglomeration and the 13th most populous city in India.

During the winters, Nagpur is the seat of the annual winter session of the Maharashtra state assembly. Politically, it’s an important city as it lies in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra and forms its commercial and political center.

Famous for the Nagpur Orange and being a major trade center for oranges cultivated in the region, Nagpur is also called the Orange City. It also has a lush cover of green, which often helps it rank highly among cities in environmental preservation.

Fruit and greenery aside, infrastructure development in Nagpur is on the rise. The Multi-Modal International Cargo Hub and Airport at Nagpur is a major development project in the pipeline. In the Nagpur real estate segment, the MIHAN project, construction of a residential zone extending across 40 sq. km., holds plenty of promise.

Facts And Figures

The population of Nagpur as per the provisional reports of Census India, 2011 stands at 2,405,421. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 2,497,777.

Sex ratio in Nagpur is 961 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio is 921 per 1000 boys. Both sex ratio and child sex ratio are above the national average of 940 per 1000 males and 914 per 1000 boys, as per the Population Census of 2011.

Nagpur’s average literacy rate is 93.13%. Literacy rates in males and females are 96.16% and 89.99% respectively.
The city has a strong education base, with over 8,600 engineers, 1,000 MBA students and 800 MCA students graduating every year.
Gond King Bakht Buland Shah of Devagad founded Nagpur in 1702 AD.
It was made the capital of the central province under British Raj in the 19th century.
Today, Nagpur’s real estate landscape perfectly blends the old world charm with the modernity of the present times.
Besides the oranges, Nagpur is also famous for its cotton production.
Nagpur has also been called the Tiger Capital of India because of the large number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks situated in and around the district.
In March 2013, ABP News, in its Best City Awards Survey, pronounced Nagpur as the best city to live in India. It was proclaimed as the greenest city, and one with the best public transport and healthcare services.

Industrial Sector

The Butibori industrial area, which is the largest industrial area in Asia, forms the backbone of Nagpur’s economy.
Synthetic polyester yarn is the major produce in the Butibori industrial area.
The prominent industrial companies in Nagpur are KEC, Hyundai Unitech, ACC Nijon Casting Limited, Videocon Washing Machine plants, and major textile units.
The Hingna Industrial Estate located to the west of the city, hosts as many as 900 small and medium-scale plants, including Bajaj Auto Group, Mahindra and Mahindra, Vicco Laboratories and Ajanta Toothbrushes.
Nagpur is rich in natural resources, therefore mining is a major activity in this region. One of Coal India’s eight fully-owned subsidiaries, Western Coalfield Limited has its head office in Nagpur.

Connectivity

Nagpur connects to major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad, and to prominent international cities like Sharjah, Doha and Bangkok through the Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport. The airport is situated just 7 km from the city center.
Being centrally located, Nagpur is connected to the four major Indian metropolises, Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi and Kolkata by road as well. A total of 160 trains are known to halt at Nagpur.
Two major national highways, Hajira-Kolkata (NH 6) and Kanyakumari-Varanasi (NH 7) pass through the city. Nagpur also lies at the junction of two Asian highways, AH43 and AH46. The Nagpur-Aurangabad-Mumbai expressway is a new state highway, which significantly reduces the distance travelled through NH 3 and NH 6.
The Nagpur metro rail project has already been sanctioned by the state government. The project will be executed by Nagpur Metro Transport Co Ltd (NMTCL), which is formed under the Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT).
Nagpur Mahanagar Parivahan Ltd. (NMPL) is responsible for providing public transport in the city. It has a fleet of 470 low-floor StarBuses, of which are 88 low-floor MiniBuses and 382 low-floor 50-seater StarBuses.

Nagpur Civic Administration

Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) is responsible for the civic administration in Nagpur. It works in partnership with Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) and develops and maintains civic infrastructure and new urban areas.
The corporation is headed by the Mayor of the NMC.
The city of Nagpur is divided into 13 talukas and 1874 villages. There are 13 panchayat samitis, 778 gram panchayats, 10 nagar parishads and 1 katak mandal.
The city is divided into 10 zones comprising 145 wards. A corporator heads each ward.
Nagpur has 59 police stations and 121 police outposts.

Nagpur Infrastructure

Although Nagpur is a Tier II city, its urban infrastructure is comparable to many of the Tier I cities. The excellent IT infrastructure in Nagpur, besides its convenient geographic location, has made it one of the favorable IT destinations in the country. Recognizing this, the city’s development plans indicate a shift in focus to the creation of ICT infrastructure. There is a lot of potential, therefore, in terms of IT, ITES and healthcare services.
The water supply system in Nagpur is robust. The per-capita availability of water in Nagpur is high as well, at 200 lpcd. The city is moving towards 100% availability of water on every day of the week. A water and energy audit process has been planned for this purpose. Plans for the reuse of water in Nagpur are underway.
Defining measures are being taken to manage solid wastes. An NGO initiative called Swatchata Doot Aplya Dari – translates in English as ‘sanitation worker at your doorstep’ – is a door-to-door scheme for solid waste management. Approximately 75% of all waste is collected through this scheme.
Infrastructure Projects

Name of the Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Multi-Modal International Passenger and Cargo Hub Aircraft (MIHAN)

The Vidarbha region

Under Development

The project has two parts – convert existing airport into a major cargo hub that meets international standards and the development of a Special Economic Zone in the south of Nagpur.

Nagpur Metro Rail

Sitabuldi, Mihan, Butibori

Dec-16

A rapid transit system, the metro rail will traverse 25 km, from Sitabuldi to Butibori via Mihan

Meghdoot Project

Meghdoot, New Nagpur

Under Development

Development of a modern township

Capitol Heights

Rambagh (and the southern parts of the city)

2014

Construction of 352 flats, multiplex, shopping mall, and other amenities and facilities

Ultra Mega Power Project

Maharashtra Industrial Development Construction (MIDC) area, Nagpur

Completed

Two 300 MW units have been commissioned, providing a total power output of 600 MW

Mahindra Satyam’s IT Development Center

Multi-modal International Cargo Hub and Airport (MIHAN) Special Economic Zone (SEZ)

Phase I operations likely to begin by March 2014

An investment of INR 80 crore is being made on developing a 1000-seat capacity in the development center

Nagpur Real Estate Market

End-users dominate the real estate market in Nagpur.
Nagpur’s real estate is fueled more by the city’s residents, as there is no visible migration pattern to Nagpur from other cities. Although some areas like Zafar Nagar witness NRI inflows from Dubai.
Short-term rental housing in Nagpur spurts whenever a Test or One-Day International cricket match is played in the city. The international stadium in Nagpur is a tremendous asset to the rental housing market.
Because of the presence of large industrial units in the MIDC industrial area, residential housing in the area is impacted. For those looking to enter the manufacturing sector, industrial plots are made more easily accessible.
Mall culture in Nagpur hasn’t taken off as yet. The residents choose to spend more time in gardens, which are abundant in Nagpur.
Some of the prominent real estate agencies in the city are The Raj Green Land Consultancy, Gigeo Real Estate and The Trans Techno Construction Private Ltd.
Famous building companies in the city are Bharadwaj Builders and Developers Private Limited, Pioneer Infrastructure Company Private Limited and Aren Builders and Promoters.

 

All Localities in Nagpur

Nashik

 

Situated on the banks of Godavari, Nashik is one of the most important cities of northern Maharashtra. It’s the third-largest urban area of Maharashtra, just preceding the Mumbai Metropolitan Region and the Pune Urban Region. Nashik is, in fact, the fourth most populous city in Maharashtra. It has had its moment of pride when it was declared the sixteenth fastest growing city in the world by a report of the City Mayors Foundation.

Owing to the city’s industrial, social, political and cultural importance, Nashik has been shortlisted as an investment region in the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) for the Igatpuri-Nashik-Sinnar circle. It is also a pilgrimage city for many Hindus and is one of the four locations that host the Kumbh Mela Festival.

Nashik is the highest producer of grapes in India, along with onions, because of which it’s called the “Wine capital of India”. Famous for its religious and historical significance, it is located on the banks of Godavari, which is one of the most prominent rivers in India. This vibrant city known for its picturesque surroundings, pleasant climate and greenery certainly sees itself as a major player in the coming future for top market investments.

Stats and Facts

The population of Nashik, as per the provisional reports of the Census 2011, is 1,562,769 with a 22% increase in the last decade

The city’s sex ratio is below the national average, at 895 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio has drastically fallen to 855 per 100 males

The average literacy rate of Nashik saw a significant jump in 2011 with 90.97%

Nashik – Striving Industrial Sector

As of 30th November 2011, Nashik district had six approved Special Economic Zones covering an area of 1,275 hectares
Investment in industrial units have grown more than 100% and employment by 20% making Nashik an outperformer from other cities in Maharashtra in terms of investment and MIDC units
Out of all the globally recognized wineries in Maharashtra, Nashik has the majority. Also many liquor manufacturing factories, such as Sula Wines, Pernod-Ricard and United Spirits Ltd have set up their factories here. Today, grapes are a major export commodity to the Europe, Asia and Middle East
Other prominent clusters in Nashik include raisin making, engineering, silver ornaments and the famous Paithani saree. There is a scope for various other industries such as fruit processing, agro-based products, animal-based products and forest-based products
The government of India sees great potential in the Nashik cluster. Various government schemes are expected to strengthen the SMEs in areas covering technology, national and international cooperation, marketing and capacity building international certifications
The Hindustan Aeronautics Limited aircraft manufacturing plant, which is located 16 km from Nashik,employs a large number of people residing in Nashik with a 7000-employment rate
Manufacturers who have set up plants in the Nashik MIDC area include: Crompton Greaves, Bosch India, Atlas Copco, Mahindra and Mahindra, IBP, GlaxoSmithKline, CEAT, Thyssenkrupp, Epcos, Schneider Electric, ABB, L&T, Jindal Steel, Lear Corporation, Siemens, Kirloskar, Coca Cola, Shalimar Paints and Cipla
The Indiabulls Power Ltd Sinnar and the Nashik Thermal Power Station are the two thermal power plants powering Nashik. Also, Suzlon energy has set up base in Sinnar generating wind power for Nashik

Connectivity

Nashik is served by the Ozar Airport, located 24 km from the city. There are plans to upgrade the airport to international standards, including a new passenger terminal. Nashik is also served by the Gandhinagar Airport that sports a humbler runway
The Nashik Railway Station is of prominence to the Central Railway as it generates a high amount of revenue. Nashik is directly connected to various major cities in India like New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Kanpur, Nagpur and Guwahati. According to the Rail Budget recently, Nashik plans to get rail connectivity to Pune and Indore
Nashik is located on the intersection of two major national highways – the Mumbai-Pune Highway and the Mumbai-Agra Highway. There are numerous other state highways that offer excellent connectivity to Nashik. Apart from inter-state connectivity, the city has reliable and modern road infrastructure
There are three bus stations in Nashik, namely, Mahamarg bus stand, Nashik Bus Sthanak at Thakkar bazar, and CBS. These services are available for travelling to major cities in and around states. Maharashtra Road Transport Corporation, Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation and Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation all operate in and out of the city
A metro railway project called the Greater Nasik Metro has been proposed to connect neighboring areas within Nashik like Ozar, Deolali, Igatpuri and Nashik city
Nashik Civic Administration

In 1982, the Nashik Municipality and other civic bodies combined to form the Nashik Municipal Corporation that today administers the Nashik district. Nashik is also the headquarters of the Nashik Revenue Division of Maharashtra
The Deolali Cantonment Board is a separate civic body for Deolali, which is a part of the Nashik urban agglomeration
The District Collector carries out the administration of the Nashik district. He also supervises other government bodies in the area. The Balwantrai Mehta Committee facilitates the development of administration in rural areas. The Zilla Parishad, Gram Panchayat and the Panchayat Samiti head the district level

Nashik Infrastructure

The city, in terms of infrastructure, is relatively in a formidable situation. The city is a highly sustainable source for quantitative and qualitative water as it resides near the rivers Godavari and Darnana
Storm water management is major issue in Nashik as three major rivers and several nalas flow through the city. Apart from proposing storm water pipe-drains, river canalization and nala training, the MNC has made it mandatory for new constructions in the city to install rainwater harvesting systems
Unlike many other Indian cities, where garbage floods infrastructure, the daily refuse in Nashik is collected through a door-to-door solid-waste collection system. A plant has been set near Pandav Leni by the Nashik Municipal Corporation to process the garbage and convert it into compost
A total of 1974 km of roads exist within Nashik’s network. The MNC has proposed an investment of Rs. 605 crores towards a hike in new roads, road widening, parking, street lightning and other improvements. Plans of setting up a mass rapid transit are being proposed for the near future
Infrastructure Projects

Name of The Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Floating Bridges

Nashik

Proposed

Plans to construct temporary pontoon bridges over the Godavari to facilitate devotees during the Kumbh Mela.

Nashik Phata Flyover

Nashik-Pune

Completed

Two-tier flyover crossing Pavana river and rail overbridge, signal free zone that is capable of handling 50-60 vehicles per second.

Ozar Cargo Airport

Nashik

Completed

India’s first cargo designated airport plans to relieve Mumbai’s 40,000-tonne cargo-a-month congestion by at least 20%.

Maitreya Greens

Upper Nashik

Under construction

Residential-cum-commercial project spread across 10 acres with 7.5 lakh built-up sq. ft. Six towers with 12 stories are in the proposed plans as of now.

Nashik Real Estate Market

With a number of new industries setting up base in Nashik, the present real estate market trend has made it a hotspot for property investment
Real estate developers are coming up with a myriad of exclusive residential projects in Nashik, in localities that that were once considered unfit for residential purposes
Govind Nagar and Indira Nagar are a lucrative option for buying a house as they are upcoming areas registering demand in property due to their close proximity to IT districts. Pathardi Phata recently saw the launch of the Ekta Greenville project and as a result, a spate of construction activity has followed. These areas are efficient for people who commute between Mumbai and Nashik on a daily basis
The House Tax Policy of Nashik is one of the lowest in the countries. Therefore, investment in Nashik encourages the investor to achieve a greater profit from rental income
In all it has to offer peaceful civic life, affordable prices, residential plots, ready-to-occupy premises, cosmopolitan ambience, convenient public transport systems, high employment numbers and leisure facilities like multiplexes, Nashik can be seen as the next suburban hub to Mumbai

 

All Localities in Nashik

Navi Mumbai

 

Navi Mumbai lies on the west coast of Maharashtra. It is situated in the eastern trans-harbour of Mumbai. The city was developed as a new urban township and satellite city of Mumbai in 1972. It is also the largest planned city in the world. The main purpose for building the city was to decongest the city of Mumbai.

Navi Mumbai covers 150 km of the total 720 km of the Konkan coast. There are totally 86 villages covering 39,400 acres within Navi Mumbai limits.

CIDCO had created 14 nodes/townships in Navi Mumbai. They are Vashi, Sanpada, Airoli, Ghansoli, Nerul, Kopar Khairane, CBD Belapur, New Panvel, Kamothe, Ulwe, Kalamboli, Dronagiri, Kharghar and Taloja. Each node is further divided into sectors.

CIDCO planned and constructed the railway stations in the city and developed the nearby areas. The Vashi bridge was opened in 1973 for the residents of Vashi, Nerul and CBD Belapur. The Sion-Panvel Expressway was built to reduce commuting time from Sion to Panvel.

The commissioning of a wholesale agricultural produce market in Vashi and building of a commuter railway line between Mankhurd and Vashi in 1992led to a very high population and economic growth.

Navi Mumbai has a vibrant industrial activity in the regions of Mahape and Taloja. The last decade has seen a steady growth of IT/ITeS sectors as well. The satellite city has seen a high growth of residential development in the last 5 years.

Demographics:

According to census data, the city has seen a huge migration of population from the Island city of Mumbai (54.6%) . It also attracts population from other suburbs of Mumbai and Maharashtra (28.9%). There is a small population from outside Maharashtra that has settled here (0.7%).

According to 2011 consensus, the population in Navi Mumbai is 1,119,477 and its urban population is 18,414,288. The sex ratio in the city is 1000:831. The average literacy rate of the city is 91.57% out of which, 95.05% are males and 87.33% are females.

Employment Opportunities

Navi Mumbai has a buzzing manufacturing activity in the state owned industrial estates. The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) areas in Taloja and Mahape have several SMEs. Taloja has several companies such as Asian Paints, Exide Batteries and Asahi Glass.
There are several IT/ITeS companies and software parks making their way into the satellite city such as Reliance group, Patni Computer Systems, TCS and Mastek. The next decade is expected to see a market domination by the IT/ITeS sector.
Most of the employment opportunities in the city is on the stretch of the Thane-Belapur road. The areas of Airoli, Mahape, Rabale, Turbhe, Vashi, Jui nagar and Belapur are locations that have ample office spaces and have good employment opportunities.

Connectivity

The Mumbai suburban railway is the most prominent mode of public transport in Navi Mumbai. This connects most regions of Navi Mumbai to the main city of Mumbai and Thane. The most important railway stations are Vashi, Belapur, Panvel and Nerul. Panvel is the only mainline station as well as the busiest railway station in Navi Mumbai. A new broad gauge line has been made functional between Panvel and Karjat. There are currently three express trains that use this line.
The Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT) and Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) provide bus services throughout Navi Mumbai, Mumbai and other areas of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). There are regular BEST AC Kinglong and NMMT AC Volvo buses running between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.
Navi Mumbai has the most advanced port in India: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) in Nhava Sheva near Uran industrial area. It is well connected to roads and handle 65% of the country’s container traffic.
The Navi Mumbai International Airport is proposed in Kopra-Panvel area. This is expected to decongest the air traffic in Mumbai. The airport will be built through Public Private Partnership (PPP). The airport is expected to be completed in 2017.
Navi Mumbai civic administration

The Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) was formed in 1991 to maintain some of the developed nodes. Local self-government in Navi Mumbai started on January 1 1992. Under this, NMMC was handed nine of the total 25 nodes of Navi Mumbai project area. These nodes are Vashi, Nerul, CBD Belapur, Kopar Khairane, Turbhe, Airoli, Ghansoli, Sanpada and Digha. The municipal commissioner and a mayor head NMMC.
The City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) was created on 17 March 1971 for developing and maintaining the city. When Navi Mumbai was created, CIDCO was the only authority that maintained and developed the city.
There are 64 electoral wards in Navi Mumbai. Each has an elected corporator.
Infrastructure projects:

Name of the project

Impact areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Navi Mumbai Metro Network

First line connects Belapur, Taloja,Pendhar, Khande. Will connect micro-markets of Khandeshwar, Kharghar and Kalamboli

Expected in early 2014

Will be developed in three phases. Covers 21.45 km. Implemented by CIDCO. Will improve connectivity within the zone

Suburban Train Network

Connects Nerul, Seawood and Uran

Expected in 2016

Line will be 27 km long. The zone will witness significant improvement in connectivity.

Mumbai Trans-Harbour Link

Will connect Navi Mumbai and Island city via Nhava and Sewri.

Work yet to be commissioned. Commissioning expected in 2013

Will reduce travel time between these zones. Southerm stretch from Uran to Ulwe to be biggest beneficiaries.

Navi Mumbai International Airport

Kopra, Panvel, Ulwe

Phase 1 expected to be operational in 2017.

Will significantly reduce congested air traffic in Mumbai. Will also significantly increase economic and real estate activity in Navi Mumbai

Residential real estate market in Navi Mumbai

Navi Mumbai is primarily an industry and investor driven market. Due to rapid growth of industrial activity post 1990, it has also emerged as a favorite location for end buyers.
Since 2007, 87,055 houses have been launched here. Out of them, 65,400 units have been absorbed. The year 2010 saw the highest number of launches (approx. 28,240). However, soaring property prices put a dent on affordability post 2010. This increased the unsold inventory by 25% during the third quarter of 2012. Taking notice of this, developers have brought down the number of launches since then.
Navi Mumbai witnessed few new project launches in September 2013. Developers have held back on new launches primarily due to cautious market sentiments owing to rising inflation and economic situation. Some of the localities that have witnessed this slowdown include Ulwe, Panvel, Kamothe, Kharghar, Dronagiri and Khandeshwar.

 

All Localities in Navi Mumbai

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Navi Mumbai

 

Navi Mumbai lies on the west coast of Maharashtra. It is situated in the eastern trans-harbour of Mumbai. The city was developed as a new urban township and satellite city of Mumbai in 1972. It is also the largest planned city in the world. The main purpose for building the city was to decongest the city of Mumbai.

Navi Mumbai covers 150 km of the total 720 km of the Konkan coast. There are totally 86 villages covering 39,400 acres within Navi Mumbai limits.

CIDCO had created 14 nodes/townships in Navi Mumbai. They are Vashi, Sanpada, Airoli, Ghansoli, Nerul, Kopar Khairane, CBD Belapur, New Panvel, Kamothe, Ulwe, Kalamboli, Dronagiri, Kharghar and Taloja. Each node is further divided into sectors.

CIDCO planned and constructed the railway stations in the city and developed the nearby areas. The Vashi bridge was opened in 1973 for the residents of Vashi, Nerul and CBD Belapur. The Sion-Panvel Expressway was built to reduce commuting time from Sion to Panvel.

The commissioning of a wholesale agricultural produce market in Vashi and building of a commuter railway line between Mankhurd and Vashi in 1992led to a very high population and economic growth.

Navi Mumbai has a vibrant industrial activity in the regions of Mahape and Taloja. The last decade has seen a steady growth of IT/ITeS sectors as well. The satellite city has seen a high growth of residential development in the last 5 years.

Demographics:

According to census data, the city has seen a huge migration of population from the Island city of Mumbai (54.6%) . It also attracts population from other suburbs of Mumbai and Maharashtra (28.9%). There is a small population from outside Maharashtra that has settled here (0.7%).

According to 2011 consensus, the population in Navi Mumbai is 1,119,477 and its urban population is 18,414,288. The sex ratio in the city is 1000:831. The average literacy rate of the city is 91.57% out of which, 95.05% are males and 87.33% are females.

Employment Opportunities

Navi Mumbai has a buzzing manufacturing activity in the state owned industrial estates. The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) areas in Taloja and Mahape have several SMEs. Taloja has several companies such as Asian Paints, Exide Batteries and Asahi Glass.
There are several IT/ITeS companies and software parks making their way into the satellite city such as Reliance group, Patni Computer Systems, TCS and Mastek. The next decade is expected to see a market domination by the IT/ITeS sector.
Most of the employment opportunities in the city is on the stretch of the Thane-Belapur road. The areas of Airoli, Mahape, Rabale, Turbhe, Vashi, Jui nagar and Belapur are locations that have ample office spaces and have good employment opportunities.

Connectivity

The Mumbai suburban railway is the most prominent mode of public transport in Navi Mumbai. This connects most regions of Navi Mumbai to the main city of Mumbai and Thane. The most important railway stations are Vashi, Belapur, Panvel and Nerul. Panvel is the only mainline station as well as the busiest railway station in Navi Mumbai. A new broad gauge line has been made functional between Panvel and Karjat. There are currently three express trains that use this line.
The Navi Mumbai Municipal Transport (NMMT) and Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) provide bus services throughout Navi Mumbai, Mumbai and other areas of Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR). There are regular BEST AC Kinglong and NMMT AC Volvo buses running between Mumbai and Navi Mumbai.
Navi Mumbai has the most advanced port in India: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) in Nhava Sheva near Uran industrial area. It is well connected to roads and handle 65% of the country’s container traffic.
The Navi Mumbai International Airport is proposed in Kopra-Panvel area. This is expected to decongest the air traffic in Mumbai. The airport will be built through Public Private Partnership (PPP). The airport is expected to be completed in 2017.

 

All Localities in Navi Mumbai

LOCALITY,Mahape,Rabale,Shiravane,Turbhe,Apta,Parsik Hill,Khanda Colony,Dronagiri,Navade,Khalapur,Bonkode,Shedung,Ghansoli,Ulwe,Taloja,New Panvel,Panvel,CBD Belapur,Nerul,Kharghar,Kalamboli,Seawoods,Kamothe,Airoli,Sanpada,LOCALITY,Khandeshwar,Kopar Khairane,Uran,Vashi,Rasayani,Pen,Mumbai Pune Express Highway,Nhava,Roadpali,Palm Beach Road,Juinagar,Karanjade,sector 8A,sector 11,Talavli,savoli,sector 26 Vashi,Sector 19,Tembhode,sector 50,sector 50 New,sector 15,sector 19 (shahbaz village),sector 20,Sector 6,LOCALITY,sector 7,Sector 10 ( Kopra),Sector 12,sector 13,sector 20 Kharghar,Sector 27 Kharghar,sector 30 Kharghar,sector 34 Kharghar,Sector 35 Kharghar,Sector 21 Kharghar,Sector 15 Kharghar,sector 19 Kharghar,Sector 27 – Kharghar,sector 36 Kamothe,Sector 18 Kamothe,Sector 21 Kamothe,Sector 22 Kamothe,Sector 25 Khandeshwar,Sector 19 Ulwe,Sector 21 Ulwe,Sector 18 Ulwe,Sector 17 Ulwe,sector 5 Ulwe,Sector 02 Ulwe,Sector 09 Ulwe,LOCALITY,Sector 08 Ulwe,Vichumbe,Palaspa,Dighe,Nevali,Koproli,Bonshet,Garpoli,Akurli,Chouk,Rohinjan,Nilje Gaon,Kalundre,Shil Phata,Chipale,Shilottar Raichur,Nere,Usarli Khurd,Valap,Adai,Umroli,Chirle,Dhansar

Noida

 

Constituted under the Uttar Pradesh Industrial Development Act of 1976, Noida – a city managed by the New Okhla Industrial Development – was set up to promote industrial growth in the area. Today, it’s one of Asia’s largest industrial townships which is well planned, well connected, integrated and the modern industrial city in India.

Noida is located in the Gautam Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh. It enjoys an extraordinary location as it lies 20 km away from Greater Noida, the district headquarters, and New Delhi, the nation’s capital. Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh is only 457 km away from it.

From the beginning, Noida was meant to act as a push towards urbanization. The trend continues today with excellent infrastructure in the city. The Yamuna Expressway, Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and DND Flyover are just some of the infrastructural marvels in the city. Noida also has a Film City that houses several news channels, media organizations and institutes offering media education.

Stats and Facts

The population of Noida, as per the provisional reports of the Population Census of 2011, is 6,42,381

Noida’s sex ratio stands at 822 per 1000 males which is well below the national average. The child sex ratio is better at 877 per 1000 boys

The average literacy rate in Noida is 88.58%

Since Noida was set up on 17th April, every year this day is celebrated as Noida Day

Noida has the highest per-capita income in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Delhi
The city ranks 17th in the list of the cleanest places in India. Gurgaon and Faridabad, the two other cities in NCR are ranked 87th and 217th suggesting the vast difference within the region
Key projects in Noida are BOP Oh My God, Amrapali Aurum Towers, Ace Golfshire, Logix Blossom County, ACE Parkway, Logix Blossom Greens, Logix Blossom Zest, Ajnara Belvedere, Antriksh Golf Address, Ajnara Ambrosia, Supertech The Romano, Amrapali Crystal Homes, Mahagun Manorial, ATS One Hamlet, Mahagun Manorial, Mahagun Mezzaria.

Information Technology

Noida is a major hub for multinational corporations that outsource Information Technology (IT) services
The Special Economic Zone (SEZ) along the Yamuna Expressway in Sector 135 hosts many prominent IT players such as Accenture, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Genpect
Some of the major IT service outsourcing firms located in Noida include Headstrong, Sapient, Dex Consulting, HCL, Wipro, IBM, Adobe Systems, Samsung and Patni Computers
The Software Technology Park, established by the Government of India to promote the software industry, is also located in Noida

Connectivity

Noida doesn’t have an airport of its own. The nearest airport, the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport in Delhi, is just 26 km away
There is no railway station in Noida that directly connects it to other cities. However, Ghaziabad and Anand Vihar railway stations are close by. Old Delhi Railway Station and New Delhi Railway Station are the major stations located nearby from where one can reach almost any place in India
The Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, DND Flyway, connecting Noida to Delhi, and Yamuna Expressway, connecting Noida to Agra via Mathura, are the three major expressways in Noida
Noida comes on the Delhi metro circuit and connects to New Delhi, Connaught Palace, Akshardham Complex and IP Estate
Bus services offered by Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) and private operators are among the best means of travel within the city. Auto-rickshaws, taxis and cycle-rickshaws are other modes of transport within the city

 

All Localities in Noida

LOCALITY,Sector 10,Sector 11,Sector-12,Sector-14,Sector 15A,Sector-15,Sector-16 A,Sector 16,Sector-17,Sector 18,Sector-19,Sector-20,Sector-21,Sector 22,Sector-24,Sector-25 A,Sector 25,Sector-26,Sector 27,Sector-28,Sector 29,Sector 2,Sector 30,Sector 31,Sector-32,Sector 33,Sector-34,Sector-35,Sector 36,Sector 37,Sector-38,Sector-39,Sector 3,Sector-40,Sector 41,Sector 43,Sector-44,Sector-45,Sector-48,Sector-49,Sector-4,Sector-50,Sector-51,Sector-52,Sector-53,LOCALITY,Sector-55,Sector-56,Sector-57,Sector 58,Sector 59,Sector 5,Sector-60,Sector-61,Sector-62,Sector-63,Sector-64,Sector-65,Sector 6,Sector-71,Sector 7,Sector 80,Sector-81,Sector-83,Sector 8,Sector 9,Sector-47,Sector-70,Sector 82,Sector-93,Sector-168,Sector-113,Sector-78,Sector-128,Sector-119,Sector-16 B,Sector-76,Sector-75,Sector-96,Sector-137,Sector-107,Sector-134,Sector-129,Sector-93 A,Sector-143,Sector-151,Sector-122,Sector-74,Sector-120,Sector-133,Sector-94,LOCALITY,Sector-104,Sector-121,Sector-150,Sector-117,Sector-77,Sector-135,Sector-108,Sector-46,Sector-1,Sector 86,Sector-66,Noida Greater Noida Expressway,Sector-100,Sector-162,Sector 132,Sector-118,Sector-79,Sector-116,Sector-112,Sector-93 B,Sector 23,Sector-72,Sector-73,Sector-92,Sector-110,Sector-124,Sector-105,Sector-126,Sector-42,Sector-106,Sector-131,Sector-163,Sector-165,Sector-143 B,Sector-125,Sector-127,Sector-130,Sector-167,Sector-166,Sector-164,Sector-161,Sector-159,Sector-158,Sector-157,Sector-156,LOCALITY,Sector-155,Sector-154,Sector-153,Sector-152,Sector-149,Sector-147,Sector-146,Sector-145,Sector-144,Sector-143 A,Sector-136,Sector-142,Sector-97,Sector-98,Sector-99,Sector-88,Sector-138,Sector-67,Sector-68,Sector-69,Sector 84,Sector 85,Sector-87,Sector 89,Sector-90,Sector-91,Sector-95,Sector-101,Sector-102,Sector-115,Sector-123,Sector-140,Sector-141,Sector-148,Sector-160,Sector-14 A,Sector-62 A,Sector-94 A,Sector-140 A,Noida-Greater Noida Link Rd,Dadri Road,Sorkha,Sector-167 B,Garhi Samastpur,Chhajarsi Colony

Kolkata

 

Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal and former capital of India, is a commercial, educational and cultural hub of the country and the most important metro in East India. The port of Kolkata is the oldest operating port in the country that was operational even during World War II.

The real estate sector in the city grew by leaps and bounds towards the end of the 20th century with tremendous rise in investments during the same period. As Kolkata is one of the primary metros of India, the real estate sector is lively, with infrastructure projects driving demand in the market.

The city is a benchmark for modernity in India, but it has also retained much of its old world charm. North Kolkata boasts of 19th century architecture and some of the cultural hallmarks of the city. At the same time, there are many businesses and IT hubs throughout the city including Kolkata’s own Software Technology Park.

Stats and Facts

According to the provisional results of the 2011 national census, Kolkata Municipal Corporation has a total area of 185 sq. kms. While the total population was almost 4.5 million. This brings the population density to a little over 24,000 people per square kilometre. The total population of the urban agglomeration, which includes the urban and suburban areas, is a little over 14 million.

The sex ratio (number of females for each male) of Kolkata is 928 including agglomeration and 899 without agglomeration. The child sex ratio is relatively higher at 946 including agglomeration and 930 without agglomeration.

As of 2010, the crime rate in the city was well below the national average of 187.6 crimes per 100,000 at 117.3. This was the lowest crime rate among India’s largest cities.

The average literacy rate in the Kolkata metropolitan area is 88.33%, as per the provisional results of the 2011 census. Of this, the male literacy rate is 90.93% and the female literacy rate is 85.53%.

Kolkata has the highest number of married women using some form of contraceptive, at 77%, as of the last national family health survey.
At $150 billion, the city has the third highest Gross Domestic Product among Indian cities, right behind Mumbai and New Delhi.
The first newspaper in India – The Bengal Gazette – started publishing here in the year 1780.
Kolkata has a total of 8 sister cities, including Jersey City in the USA, Naples in Italy, and Incheon in South Korea.

The Information Technology Sector

The IT sector in Kolkata is one of its key economic drivers, and has grown at a rate of up to 70% in 2006, which was double the national average at that time. The main influencer for the IT sector in Kolkata has been West Bengal’s IT policy, which was announced in the year 2000.
Sectors III and V in Bidhannagar, otherwise known as Salt Lake City, are the IT hubs of Kolkata and an estimated 1.2 lakh people are employed in the offices located here.
Some of the companies that have their offices in the city include Tata Consultancy Services, Deloitte, Capgemini, Genpact, Lexmark, HCL, IBM, and HSBC.

Connectivity

The Port of Kolkata is India’s only major river port. The Shipping Corporation of India operates freight services to ports in India and other parts of the world, including Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar islands.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, the largest airport (1670 acres) in Eastern India, connects Kolkata to other cities and countries by air. It is one of the two international airports in West Bengal.
The city is part of the largest highway project in India, the Golden Quadrilateral, which connects it to other major cities like Chennai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and Bengaluru.
Howrah and Sealdah are the two major railway stations in the city that connect it to other parts of the country. And the Circular Rail system encircles the whole of Kolkata.
National Highway 34 also runs through Kolkata and is 261.5 kms in length.
The city’s underground railway system – Kolkata Metro – is India’s oldest underground mass transport system. It runs for a total distance of 25.135 kms and was constructed from 1972 to 2010.
Kolkata is the only city in India to have a tram network. The network is administered by the Calcutta Tramways Company and is restricted to certain areas in the city.

 

All Localities in Kolkata

LOCALITY,Agarpara,Alambazar,Alipur Road,Anandpur,Andul Road,Ariadaha,Ashok Nagar,Badartala,Bagbazar,Baghajatin,Baguiati,Bally,Ballygunge,Bamangachi,Bandel,Bansdroni,Bara Bazar,Barisha,Barrackpore,BT Road,Baruipur,Batanagar,Beck Bagan,Behala,Belgachia,Belgharia,Beliaghata,Belur,Bhadreswar,Bijoygarh,Birati,Biren Roy Road West,Boral,Bowbazar,Budge Budge Road,Canning,Chandannagar,Chandni Chowk,Chetla,Chitpur,Chowringhee,College Street,Dakshindari,B B D Bagh,Dankuni,Dasnagar,Dhakuria,Dhapa,Diamond Harbour Road,Domjur,Dum Dum,Dum Dum Cantt,Dum Dum Park,Dum Dum Road,Dunlop,Elgin,Entally,G.T. Road,Ganguli Bagan,Garden Reach,Garfa,Garia,Gariahat,Ghusuri,Golf Green,Golpark,Dharmatala,Haltu,Harish Mukherjee Road,Hastings,Hati Bagan,Hatkhola,Hazra Road,Hindustan Park,Hooghly,Howrah,Ichapur,Jadavpur,James Long Sarani,Jessore Road,Jodhpur Park,Joka,Jorabagan,Jorasanko,Kaikhali,Kalighat,Kalikapur,Kalitala,Kalyani,Kanchrapara,Kankurgachi,Kasba,LOCALITY,Kashipur,Kazipara,Keshtopur,Khardaha,Khidirpur,Konnagar,Krishnapur,Kudghat,Kustia,Lake Gardens,Lake Market,Lake Town,Liluah,Machuabazar,Madhyamgram,Maharsi Debendra Road,Mahatma Gandhi Road,Maheshtala,Maidan,Majherhat,Mullick Bazar,Maniktala,Metiabruz,Mominpore,Mukundapur,Nabapally,Nadia,Nagerbazar,Naihati,Naktala,Narendrapur,Narkeldanga,Netaji Nagar,Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Road,New Alipore,Nimta,Noapara,Paikpara,Panchashyar,Panihati,Park Circus,Park Street Area,Parnasree Pally,Paschim Putiary,Patipukur,Phool Bagan,Poddar Nagar,Prince Anwar Shah Road,Purba Barisha,Purba Putiari,Purna Das Road,Rabindra Sarani,Raghunathpur,Roy Bahadur Road,Raja Rammohan Roy Sarani,Raja Subodh Chandra Mullick Road,Rajarhat,Rajarhat Road,Rajdanga Gardens,Rash Behari Avenue,Rathtala,Regent Estate,Regent Park,Rishra,Sahapur,Salkia,Salt Lake City,Santoshpur,Santragachi,Sarat Bose Road,Sarsuna,Satgachhi,Sealdah,Selimpur,Serampore,Shibpur,Shobhabazar,Shyam Nagar,Simla,Sinthee,Sodepur,Southern Avenue,Subhasgram,Tala,Taltala,Tangra,Taratala,Teghoria,Thakurpukur,Tikiapara,Tiljala,Tiretti,LOCALITY,Titagarh,Tollygunge,Topsia,Ultadanga,Uluberia,Uttarpara,VIP Road,Vivekananda Sarani,Madurdaha,E.M. Bypass,EM Bypass,Baidyabati,Garcha,Ramchandrapur,Panditya Road,Bondel Road,Buroshibtalla,Patuli,Burdwan Road,Bantala,Hatiara Road,Bhowanipore,Brahmapur,Kona Expressway,Ghuni,South End Park,Golaghata,Rabindrapally,B L Saha Road,Nayabad,Haldia,Dakshineswar,Alipore,Srinagar,Bakultala,APC Road,Chinar Park,Laskarpur,Malancha Mahi Nagar,Bablatala,Harinavi,Gobra,Kamalgazi,Rajpur Chowhati,Singur,New Barrakpur,New Town Action Area-I,Rajpur Sonarpur,Raja Ram Mohan Roy Road,Rekjuani,Pailan,Beniapukur,Kamarpukur,Subhash Nagar,Khariberia,New Town Action Area-III,Mandirtala,Amtala,Bikramgarh,East Kolkata Township,Atapara,Tagore Park,Baranagar,Chowbaga,Sector 3,Berunanpukhuria,Barasat,Raichak,Picnic Garden,Champahati,Sector V,Ajoy Nagar,Maslandapur,Sakher Bazar,Narayanpur,Arambagh,Sarat Chatterjee Rd,Ramgarh,Hasnabad,Mankundu,Amtala-Baruipur Road,Muchipara,Ghosh Para Road,Nandi Bagan,Rabindra Nagar,Sreerampur,Champdani,Samali,Sripur,Purbalok,Makardaha,Bishnupur,LOCALITY,Ramrajtala,Hridaypur,Ganganagar,New Town Action Area-II,Bongaon,Bangur,Habra,Bakkhali,AJC Bose Road,Basirhat,Beniatola,Telipukur,Nazirabad,Kamdahari,Bagmari,Ram Bagan,North Dum Dum,Parui Mauza,Bhawanipur,Dhamua,Kulerdari,Andharmanik,Duttapukur,New Garia,Rasapunja,Jharkhali,Tegharia,Hatiara,Haringhata,Karimpur,Chakdaha,Sonarpur,Prince Anwar Shah Road Connector,Kalikapur-New Town,Kalikapur Rajpur Sonarpur,Maula Ali,Godkhali,EM Bypass Connector,Purbachal,Rash Behari Ave Connector,Khanna,BBT Road,Pansila,Halisahar,Julpia,Birlapur,Malancha Bazar,Durga Nagar,Cossipore,Hazra,Haridevpur,Jalkal,Rajpur,Feeder Road,Sankharipota,Raypur,Bakhrahat Road,Bibirhat,Budge Budge,Bonhooghly,Putuapara,Rahara,Jagatipota,Bedibhawan,Palta,Bidhanpally,Bankra,Pandua,Jawpur,Michael Nagar,Guptipara,Jagatdal,Bidhannagar,VIP Nagar,Mahishgote,Raja Bazar,Panpur,Kheyadah,Chingrighata,Bhatpara,Bow Barracks,Gaighata,Garulia,Kamarhati,North Barrackpur,Panchpota,Sukanta Pally,South 24 Parganas,Mahamaya Tala,Naoabad,Paschim Barisha,Hindmotor

Lucknow

 

Lucknow, the multicultural city is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh state in India. During 18th and 19th centuries the city flourished as cultural and artistic capital of North India. Popularly known as “The city of Nawabs”, Lucknow was land of rule for many great historical kings. The city is located in the Awadh region and is the second largest city within the states of north India. The city has warm humid climate throughout the year with average rainfall. Lucknow has well connected multiple modes of public transport.

 

All Localities in Lucknow

LOCALITY,Gomti Nagar,Faizabad Road,Vibhuti Khand,Aliganj,Kursi Road,Sitapur Road,Nishat Ganj,Cantonment,Sushant Golf City,Amar Shaheed Path,Jankipuram,Kanpur Road,Alamnagar,Mahanagar,Vikas Nagar,Hasanganj,Hardoi By Pass Road,Hazratganj,IIM Road,Sultanpur Road,Kalyanpur West,Aishbagh Road,Purseni,Mohibullapur,Charbagh,Vrindavan Yojana,Mohanlalganj,Civil Lines,South city,Indira Nagar,Sharda Nagar,Chinhat,Ashiyana,Sikanderpur Khurd,Nirala Nagar,Thakurganj,Raebareli Road,LOCALITY,Telibagh,Rajajipuram,Vasant Kunj,VIP Road,University Road,Deva Road,Bijnor Road,Sisandi,Sector B,Gosainganj,Balaganj,Banthra Sikander Pur,Nagram Road,Triveni Nagar,Bakshi Ka Talab,Bangla Bazar,Adil Nagar,Kanausi,Kalli Pashchim,Daliganj,Naka Hindola,Alambagh,Husainabad,Balmikinagar,Saadatganj,Yahiyaganj,Madiyava,Qaiserbagh,Omaxe City,Para,Alinagar Sonhara,Dubagga,Wazirganj,Khurram Nagar,Aminabad,Kundari Rakabganj,Mohmmadpur Majara,LOCALITY,Husainganj,Amausi,Chowk,Krishna Nagar,LDA Colony,Kakori,Fazullaganj,Gulistan Colony,Asharfabad,Sarojini Nagar,Preeti Nagar,Sanjay Gandhi Puram,Butler Colony,Kamta,Lalkuan,Old Labour Colony,Rajendra Nagar,Khadra,Siwlar,Tiwaripur,Naubasta Kala,Khujauli,Takrohi,The Mall Avenue,Itaunja,Devariya,Faridi Nagar,Kumhrava,Sector-H,Jankipuram Extension,Malihabad,Anora Kala,Viraj Khand,Madwana,Paliya,Nilmatha,Bhagu Khera,LOCALITY,Bharavara,Transport Nagar,Arjunganj,Shaheed path,Maunda,Lalbagh,Mubarakpur,Lonapur,Kalyanpur East,sarfaraz ganj,Rabindra Palli Colony,Shivaji Puram,Jail Road,Malhaur,Kathigera,Wazirbagh Mohallah,New Hyderabad,Katra Bizanbeg,Mohan Road,Ahiran Khera,Anora,Nigoha,Bhokapur,NH-230,Chandralok,kabir pur,Rasoolpur Sadat,NH24B,Ahmamau,Lolai,Banshigarhi,Jankipurm Vistar,Kalyanpur,Gomti Nagar Extension

Ludhiana

 

Ludhiana is the largest city in the state of Punjab that doubles as a city and a municipal corporation. The city was created as a part of the Lodi dynasty and was initially known as Lodi-Ana, which means ‘the Lodi’s place’.

The city was brought under British control via the doctrine of lapse, in 1835. However, the city has moved far past its colonial roots and, today, it is a hub for industrial activity in North India.

With the bolstering of Ludhiana’s infrastructure and many projects set for completion between 2014 and 2016, the city is witnessing steady real estate growth.

Stats And Facts

As per the provisional data from the census of 2011, Ludhiana has a total population of 16,13,878. It is the most populous city in the state of Punjab, closely followed by Amritsar

The sex ratio of Ludhiana is 845 females for every 1,000 males in the city. The child sex ratio, on the other hand, is at 871 female children under the age of 6 for every 1,000 male children of the same age

The average literacy rate in the city is 85.38%, where male literacy rate is 88.35% and female literacy rate is 81.85%

In the year 2009, the World Bank ranked Ludhiana as the city with the best business environment in India

Ludhiana is Asia’s largest bicycle manufacturer, with over 50% of the country’s bicycle consumption of 10 million being manufactured here
60% of India’s tractor parts are produced in Ludhiana and so is a large portion of auto and two-wheeler parts
The World Cup finals for the game Kabbadi have taken place in Ludhiana twice. Both these finals were played in the Guru Nanak Stadium in Ludhiana

Small-Scale Industries

The city of Ludhiana is a hub for industrial activity in the north, and small-scale industries are the key economic driver of the city
Ludhiana has a Chamber of Industrial and Commercial Undertakings. The organization is not affiliated with the government and operates without profit. It is industry managed, and has been playing a crucial role in Punjab’s development
The city has made its mark in the apparel industry as well, for its woolen sweaters and cotton t-shirts. Most top Indian woolen apparel brands are based here, like Octave, Miss Grace and Duke, and Monte Carlo
Ludhiana is one of the world’s biggest producers of sewing machines. Precision equipment and hand tools are another specialty of this region

Connectivity

Ludhiana is connected to the national capital, Delhi via air, and there are daily flights between the two cities
The city is mainly connected within the state and outside it by buses. The inter-city bus services are run by private bus operators as well as the state-owned Punjab Roadways
National Highway 1 connects Ludhiana to major cities like Delhi, Amritsar and Jalandar. And National Highway 95 connects the city to Chandigarh and Ferozpur
The Ludhiana City Bus Services Limited operates buses within the city. The buses are mainly the relatively recently-introduced Tata Marcopolo low-floor buses
There has been a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Ludhiana and Delhi for the construction of a dual-corridor Ludhiana Metro transit system
Taxis, cycle rickshaws, and auto-rickshaws make up the remaining modes of transport within the city

 

All Localities in Ludhiana

LOCALITY,Pakhowal,Jandiali,Sahnewal,Ranjit Nagar,Basant City,Industrial Area A,Manna Singh Nagar,Shastri Nagar,Model Town,Pakhowal Road,Sector-39A,NH-95,NH 1,Bhai Randhir Singh Nagar,Prakash Colony,Ferozepur Road,Mullanpur,Dhandra Road,Rajguru Nagar,Basant Avenue,Sector-39,Dugri,Sita Nagar,Rishi Nagar,Haibowal Kalan,Jamalpur Colony,Civil Lines,Dal Bazar,Master Colony,Miller Ganj,Gobindgarh,LOCALITY,Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar,Mundian Khurd,Khanna,Subhash Nagar,Kakowal Village,Sarabha Nagar,Preet Nagar,Machhiwara,Sahibjada Ajit singh Nagar,Hargobind Nagar,Salem Tabri,Model Gram,Tagore Nagar,Tibba Road,Doraha,Lohara,Shaheed Karnail Singh Nagar,Shimlapuri,Sunder Nagar,Alamgir,Jagraon,Mattewara,Bajrah,Isher Nagar,Jaipura,New Gagandeep Colony,Meharban,Guru Arjan Dev Nagar,Ghumar Mandi,Field Gunj,Jammu Colony,LOCALITY,Jodhan,Rahon road,Ayali Khurd,Maler Kotla Road,Parbhat Nagar,Jawaddi Taksal,New Vijay Nagar,Sher Singh Colony,New Shiv Puri,Jawaharnagar,Tajpur road,New Janta Nagar,Raikot,Focal Point,Sector-32A,Gill road,Friends Colony,Dhandari Kalan,Guru Amar Das Colony,Shivpuri,Harbans Pura,Moti Nagar,Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar,Kabir nagar,Pritam Nagar,New Shimlapuri,Naulakha Garden Colony,Jodhewal,Aggar Nagar,New Kitchlu Nagar,Shivajinagar,LOCALITY,Krishna Nagar,Harcharan Nagar,Giaspura,Kitchlu Nagar,New Kartar Nagar,Gaddowal,Rattan,Urban Estate Dugri,Kidwai Nagar,Maya Nagar,Tharike,Karabara Basti,Sherpur,Bulara,Mohar Singh Nagar,Churpur,Phullanwal,Samrala,Islam Ganj,Sham Nagar,Thakkarwal,Sidhwal Canal Road,South City,Mundian Kalan,Lalton Kalan,Ramgarh,karimpura,Hussainpura,Jugiana

Indore

 

Regarded as the commercial capital of the state, this 15th century riverside village has come a long way. From commerce, finance, media, art, research, technology, and education, Indore has aggressively exerted its significance in Madhya Pradesh.

Over the years, Indore has established itself as a strong industrial base, with the help of its satellite townships, Pithampur and Dewas. Many privatization initiatives like the country’s first toll road and private telephone network (Airtel) has seen Indore at the forefront of liberalization. With well-developed infrastructure, transport facilities, and cheap labor, the city is also regarded as the educational capital of central India. It is the only city in India that has an IIT as well as an IIM, ensuring a regular inflow of skilled professionals.

Prosperity has been kind to this city, as it nests upon rich black soil, making Indore the fourth largest cotton textile industry in India. Indore is also home to the Madhya Pradesh Stock Exchange. Apart from having the reputation of being a financial, industrial, and textile hub, Indore is also an excellent tourist district. It’s neighbour, Mandu, a city of palaces and lakes, is a hot-spot for tourists.

With a booming financial, trading, and industrial sector, Indore defines its own blend of history and rapid future modernization. It is this blend that has made Indore’s real estate market, the most expensive in the state.

Stats And Facts

The population of Indore, as per the provisional reports of the census 2011, is 2,167,447.

The city’s sex ratio is above the national average, at 928 per 1000 males. Although, the child sex ratio is still below the national average – 901 girls per 1000 boys.

The average literacy rate of Indore saw a significant jump in 2011 with 80.87% compared to 75.15% of 2001.
Ethnically diverse, the Indore metropolitan area contains the highest total Marathi population of any M.P. city. It is also home to the large Jain community outside Gujarat and Rajasthan. Hindi linguistic sub-groups contribute majorly to the population in the city followed by Marathi, Punjabis, Sindhis, Gujaratis and others.
Indore is ranked as the home to the highest number of billionaires in the state.
Indore has the highest percentage of constant foreign migrants among Indian cities.

Indore – Striving Industrial Sector

Cotton textiles are the city’s major product. However, with its decline over the years, iron and steel, chemicals, and machinery have been the forerunners for the manufacturing sector.
Indore has one of the largest transshipment centers for truck transport that plays a huge advantage in inter-city industrial trade.
Apart from the textile industry, Indore has industries in oil seed extraction, confectionery, paper and straw board, factories for asbestos products, RCC pipes and poles, machine tools and accessories, electrical machinery and appliances, electronics goods, bicycles and ready-made garments etc.
Well known industrial houses have opened factories and plants in Indore like Hindustan Motors, Kinetic Honda, Prestige Group, Cipla, Onida Saka. These are just few of the many flourishing companies present in the Indore industrial complex.
Pune-based Indian multinational, Bharat Forge Limited envision to increase their initial investment of 150 crore on 68 acres of land to 1000 crore by 2016.

Connectivity

The Devi Ahilyabai Holkar International Airport serves Indore, 8 km from the city. It is the busiest airport in the Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, and serves as the nerve centre for international cargo. The airport has operating services back and forth from Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Kolkata.
The Indore Junction is an A-1 grade railway station with revenue of more than Rs. 50 crore. Indore is directly connected by rail to the majority of metro cities in India. In the Railway budget of 2009, Indore’s main railway station was listed for a major upgrade.
The national highway NH-3 (Bombay-Agra Road) and NH59 (Indore-Ahmedabad Road) passes through Indore and there are daily bus services from Indore to Mumbai, Jaipur, Gwalior, Bhopal, and so on.
Atal Indore City Transport Services Ltd, a PPP scheme, operates buses and radio taxis in the city. The buses, designated as City Bus, operate on 36 Routes, with around 170 bus stop stations. The Indore BRTS is a bus rapid transit system under construction, as of 2012, where the BRTS will have its designated lane network to ease traffic congestion on the busy roads of Indore.

 

All Localities in Indore

LOCALITY,Rau Pithampur Road,Manglia,AB Road,Piplyahana,Mayakhedi,AB Bypass Road,Indore Bypass Road,Manik Bagh Road,Mahalaxmi Nagar,Vijay Nagar,Veer Sawarkar Nagar,Alok Nagar,Manbhavan Nagar,Vandana Nagar,Tilak Nagar,Telephone Nagar,Race Course Road,Ring Road,Shri Nagar Extension,Khandwa Road,Niranjanpur,Old Palasia,MOG Lines,Anoop Nagar,Kalindi Midtown,MR-10,Greater Brijeshwari Annexe,Rangwasa,Khajrana,Vaibhav Nagar,Rajwada,New Palasia,Vishnupuri Colony,Nihalpur Mandi,Agra-Bombay Bypass,Nipania,Sai Kripa Colony,Bengali Square,White Church Colony,MG Road,MR-11,Sula Khedi,Kalindi Kunj,Sarvsampanna Nagar,Bicholi Road,Manoraman Ganj,Rala mandal,LOCALITY,Nainod,Mhow,Manishpuri,Sukliya,Joshi Guradiya,Shivnagar,Simrol,Super Corridor,Palakhedi,Bhicholi Mardana,Sneh Lata Ganj,Lokmanya Nagar,Hatod,Sarv Suvidha Nagar,South Tukoganj,Girdhar Nagar,Scheme No 54,Rajendra Nagar,Ujjain Road,Shivmoti Nagar,Krishi Mandi,Talawali Chanda,Rau-Dewas Bypass,Nagda,Maksi,Sarangpur,Pachore,Pardesi Pura,Datoda,Scheme 94,Jhalaria,Scheme 140,Panchderiya,Pipliya Kumar,DDU Nagar,Geeta Nagar,Shivaji Nagar,Vidur Nagar,Tulsi Nager,Indra Puri Colony,Nagar Nigam,Murai Mohalla,Azad Nagar,Tejpur Gadbadi,Dwarkapuri,Raj Mohalla,Dewas Naka,LOCALITY,Goyal Vihar,Sadar Bazar,Dhar Road,Goyal Nagar,Gandhi Nagar,Jawahar Marg,Kalani Nagar,Smruti Nagar,Mari Mata Square,Scheme No 51,Limbodi,Vallabh Nagar,Bijalpur,Sudama Nagar,Silicon City,L I G Colony,Navlakha,Paraspar Nagar,Gumasta Nagar,Vaishali Nagar,Patni Pura,Anurag Nagar,Sanwer,Brijeshwari Annexe,Nanda Nagar,Musakhedi,Industrial Estate,Pithampur,Malhar Ganj,Lasudia Mori,Scheme No 71,Triveni Colony,Sanchar Nagar Main,Surya Dev Nagar,Rau,Bulandshahr,Palsikar Colony,Shri Ram Talawali,Subhash Nagar,Chhatribagh,New Rani Bagh,Ravi Shankar Shukla Nagar,Sangam Nagar,Depalpur,Silver Park Colony,Scheme No 114,Palda,LOCALITY,Rambag,Jabran Colony,Chhoti Gwaltoli,Scheme No 103,Bhawrasla,Scheme No 134,Kamla Nagar,Bada Bangarda,Noorani Nagar,Krishnodaya Nagar,Anand Nagar,Chhavni,Dudhia,Sanvid Nagar,Hasalpur,Kordia Barda,Banganga,Pigdambar,Shramik Colony,Ambedkar Nagar,Kanadia road,Maharaja Tukoji Rao Holker Cloth Market,Barfani,Shri Ram Nagar,Lalaram Nagar,Rajmahal Colony,Gadi Adda,Indira Gandhi Nagar,Mirjapur,Paliya Haidar,Manavta Nagar,Harnya Khedi,Vindhyanchal Nagar,Morod,Panchvati Colony,Chhatrapati Nagar,Agrasen Nagar,Hathipala,Shripuram,Sapna Sangita Road,Shivampuri colony,Devguradia,Deoguradia,Bhatkhedi,Tirupati Nagar

Jaipur

 

Jaipur is the biggest city and the capital of the state of Rajasthan. It’s commonly known as the ‘Pink City’ of India. The city was founded in 1727, on 18th November by the ruler of Amber, Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. And the name of the city was inspired by Maharaja Jai Singh himself.

The city is well-planned, and perhaps the most well planned pre-modern Indian city. It is well divided, with a regular network of streets. It’s also known for being a popular tourist destination in India, due to the rich culture found here, as well as the presence of a world heritage site: Jantar Mantar.

A fascinating aspect of Jaipur is that it is planned according to Vastu Shastra. The city was an opportunity for its founder to plan an entire city based on Hindu architectural theory.

Stats And Facts

As per the provisional data from the census of 2011, Jaipur has a total population of just over 3 million people. The total land area of the Jaipur urban area is 485 sq km, of which 94 kms is part of the green zone or ecological zone. According to 2011 census data, the density of Jaipur is a little over 6,500 people per sq. km. Jaipur is also the tenth largest city in India, according to the same census.

The number of females for every thousand males in Jaipur, i.e., the sex ratio, is at 898. The child sex ratio, however, is lower than the overall sex ratio, at 854 female children for every 1,000 male children.

As per Köppen climate classification, Jaipur’s climate is semiarid. It gets most of its rainfall during the monsoon period in between June and September. The temperature can range from as low as 15 degrees Celsius to 40 degrees

According to a survey conducted by a travel magazine called Conde Nast Traveller, Jaipur was the 7th best tourist city in Asia, as of 2008. It was featured along with the likes of Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing, and Kyoto

The average literacy rate in Jaipur, as per the 2011 census, is at 84.34%. When segregated in terms of gender, the male literacy rate is 90.61% while the female literacy rate is 77.41%
Jaipur was originally built within walls and its shape was based on an eight-part Mandala (Hindu symbol), which was known as the ‘Pithapada’

The Tourism Sector

The tourism sector is a major employer in Jaipur and is considered the main economic driver, as the administration has put down driving this sector as a major focus of the 2025 city development plan
Jaipur is part of the Golden Triangle, a tourist circuit that also includes Delhi and Agra
The administration is mobilizing separate plans like the eco-tourism plan, heritage development plan, and conservation and tourism development plan for the promotion of the tourism industry in Jaipur
A lot of the tourism in Jaipur is due to its historic significance. The Jantar Mantar, an observatory, is a world heritage site
Jaipur is famous for its palaces as well. Rambagh Palace, Mubarak Mahal, Chandra Mahal, and Moti Doongri are some of the popular tourist attractions of the city

Connectivity

The Jaipur international airport is located in the satellite town of Sanganer. The airport is 10 kms from the centre of the city. In the year 2010, the Jaipur international airport flew 255,704 international passengers and 1,267,876 domestic passengers. Flights from the Indira Gandhi international airport are normally diverted to this airport whenever there’s heavy fog
National highways 8, 11, and 12 pass through Jaipur district, connecting it to the cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Bikaner, Agra, Kota, and Baran District
Inter-state bus services are operated by Jaipur City Transport Services Limited. The service runs a total of over 300 low-floor and regular buses. The major bus depots in the city are at Vaishali Nagar, Sanganer, and Vidyadhar Nagar
The Bus Rapid Transit Service is a modern service that is set up by the Jaipur Development Authority, Jaipur City Transport Services Limited, and Jaipur Nagar Nigam, in conjunction. Phase 1 of the project involves two corridors: Sikar Road to Tonk Road, and Ajmer Road to Delhi Road
Jaipur Metro Rail is an intra-city transport project that holds a record for being the fastest to conduct a trial run. Its completion date is set at early 2014

 

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Jaisalmer

 

Jaisalmer is nicknamed ‘The Golden City’ and is a town in Rajasthan. It is located a little under 600 km from the state capital, Jaipur, and was once known as Jaisalmer State. The entire town is situated on a ridge made of yellowish sandstone crowned by a majestic fort. The fort contains the Jaisalmer palace and multiple Jain temples.

The town is located at the heart of Thar Desert, and is the administrative headquarters of Jaisalmer district. Many houses and temples in Jaisalmer have been sculpted by hand and exude a kind of beauty that’s unique to the place.

Jaisalmer this soundpronunciation (help·info), nicknamed “The Golden city”, is a city in the Indian state of Rajasthan, located 575 kilometres (357 mi) west of the state capital Jaipur. The town stands on a ridge of yellowish sandstone, and is crowned by the ancient Jaisalmer Fort. This fort contains a royal palace and several ornate Jain temples. Many of the houses and temples of both the fort, and of the town below, are built of finely sculptured sandstone. The town lies in the heart of the Thar Desert (the Great Indian Desert) and has a population, including the residents of the fort, of 78,000. It is the administrative headquarters of Jaisalmer District. Jaisalmer was once the capital of Jaisalmer State.

Jaisalmer is named after Rawal Jaisal, a Bhati ruler who founded the city in 1156 AD.[1] Jaisalmer means the Hill Fort of Jaisal. Jaisalmer is sometimes called the “Golden City of India” because the yellow sandstone used throughout the architecture of both the fort and the town below, imbues both with a certain golden-yellow light.

Location

It is the largest district of Rajasthan and 3rd largest district by territorial region in the country, hugged on the west & south-west by the Pakistani border. The length of the international border attached to Jaisalmer District is 471 km (293 mi). It is located 790 kilometres away from the national capital Delhi.

Geography and climate
Jaisalmer, being an arid desert region, is prone to extremes in terms of temperature. The temperature varies greatly from day to night in both summer and winter. The maximum summer temperature is around 49 °C (120 °F) while the minimum is 25 °C (77 °F). The maximum winter temperature is usually around 23.6 °C (74.5 °F) and the minimum is 5 °C (41 °F). The average rainfall is 209.5 millimetres (8.25 in).[2] Highest ever recorded temperature was 50.0 °C (122.0 °F);[3] the lowest ever recorded temperature being -5.9 °C (21.4 °F).[4] Temperatures of up to 52.4 °C (126.3 °F) have been recorded near the international border close to Pakistan, but standard conditions of this temperature recording remain unverified.[5]

Economy
Tourism is a major industry in Jaisalmer.

The Government of India initiated departmental exploration for oil in 1955–56 in the Jaisalmer area.[6] Oil India Limited discovered natural gas in 1988 in the Jaisalmer basin.[7]

Musicians and dancers are also a major cultural export from Jaisalmer to the rest of the world. Merasi (formerly Manganiyar, a derogatory term meaning “beggar”[8]) musicians have played the world over, and Queen Harish,[9] the dancing desert drag queen, has toured the world over and has featured in international movies.

Jaisalmer is also known for its leather messenger bags, made from wild camels native to the area.

 

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Jalandhar

 

Jalandhar is a city in the north-western Indian state of Punjab. Believed to be the oldest city in Punjab, Jalandhar today, is a highly industrialized center and India’s foremost producer of world-class sports equipment.

Geographically, Jalandhar is located between the fertile agricultural land of the Beas and Sutlej rivers, creating a good market for agricultural products. Other products manufactured in this region include leather goods, textiles, and wood products.

Jalandhar has witnessed a steep incline in the real estate market in recent times owing to the rate of urbanisation and also because of the ease of connectivity through both roadways and railways to all the major cities in the region including Delhi. The growth of the real estate market can also be attributed to the concentration of Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) who are heavily investing in this fast developing sector of Jalandhar.

Stats And Facts

The population of Jalandhar, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 Census, is 8,62,196. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 8,73,725

The population of Jalandhar, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 Census, is 8,62,196. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 8,73,725

As per the Census 2011 reports, Jalandhar has a sex ratio of 883 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio is lower, standing at 867 per 1000 boys.

The same reports indicate an average literacy rate in the city, at 85.46% with male literacy rate at 87.97% and female literacy rate at 82.63%

The city of Jalandhar was formerly known as Jullundhar

The city has the highest number of hospitals in India

Jalandhar Cantonment is one of the oldest cantonments in India, the construction of which was started in 1848
Jalandhar is also known as the sports city of India. Sports materials manufactured here are exported to various countries
The city is one of the biggest centers of the vernacular press in India
Jalandhar’s climate is characterized by hot and dry summers and wet and humid monsoons

Industrial Sector

Jalandhar ranks second in India in the rate of urbanisation. The reason for this is the fast-growing industrialisation
Industrial production of sports goods, which began on a small scale during the late 40s, has grown at an impressive rate. Now, Indian sports goods are exported to different countries
The sports goods industry, being labour intensive despite inadequate capital and technology, has reached a stage where it is reckoned as a major cottage industry
Jalandhar is also known for manufacturing good quality auto parts. Several units supply auto parts to the original manufacturers of automobiles
Besides these, Jalandhar is also home to many rubber goods industries and industries dealing with surgical instruments

Connectivity

The closest airport to Jalandhar is Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport at Amritsar, situated 75 km away. The airport is well connected to other cities of the country by regular flights, and also to international destinations like Birmingham, Dubai, and Doha
Situated on the Grand Trunk Road, a major road junction, Jalandhar has a large network of bus services to different parts of the country
Jalandhar City Railway Station, which is on the Delhi-Amritsar railway line, is connected with direct trains to major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Nagpur, and Puri

 

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Kanpur

 

The city of Kanpur is the largest city in Uttar Pradesh. Located on the banks of the holy river Ganges, this place has received a lot of attention from the ancient times. Kanpur is the administrative headquarters of the Kanpur division and the Kanpur Nagar District.

The name of the city, Kanpur is said to be derived from Kanhiyapur, which means the ‘Town of Kanhaiya’, which changed to Cawnpore during the British rule, gradually transforming to Kanpur. Yet another version suggests that the name comes from Karnapur, which means the ‘Town of Karna’.

The city is famous as the Leather City because it houses tanneries, which are among the largest and the best available in India. Kanpur is also renowned as the ‘Manchester of the East’. Having been a major centre of India’s industrial revolution, Kanpur is now well known for being a prominent centre for industrial and commercial activities.

Stats and Facts

As per the census report of 2011, the population of Kanpur stands at 34,70,334.

As per the census report of 2011, the population of Kanpur stands at 34,70,334.

According to the same report, the sex ratio in Kanpur is 860 females per 1000 males, which is below the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males. The sex ratio, however, has increased from the previous counting that occurred in 2001.

Kanpur’s literacy rate is 72.80%, according to the census of 2011.

In the whole of North India, Kanpur is the largest industrial city. Kanpur was ranked 75th in a list of the largest cities in the world.

The first Indian Institute of Technology was set up in Kanpur. Kanpur is prominent center of education having institutions like IIT Kanpur, HBTI, GSVM Medical College, Sugar Institute and many private engineering colleges. Kakadeo is center of coaching for various competitive examinations.

Kanpur is straddled by two important rivers, Ganga and Yamuna.
The city finds place in the mythological tale of Ramayana.

Economy: Leather and Textile Industry

Kanpur is known for its production and export of leather, which bagged it the name Leather City. The leather industry contributes highly to the economy of Kanpur. This city is the economic capital of Uttar Pradesh. It boasts of the highest GDP in the state and is only after Delhi in the whole of northern India.
Though the number of textile industries has decreased in Kanpur over the years, it still contributes significantly. The presence of many textile mills in Kanpur resulted in it being known as the Manchester of the East.
Other products like fertilizers, two wheelers, chemicals, soaps, hosiery, pan masala and engineering industries are present in Kanpur, adding to the growth of the prosperous economic conditions of the city.
The largest Indian tanneries are located in Kanpur, which formed the base for the industrial sector in Kanpur during the British rule. Although the number of tanneries is decreasing due to the pollution factor, it continues to be a major contributor.

Connectivity

The city of Kanpur is well connected to major cities like Delhi, Agra, Allahabad, Varanasi, Lucknow, Indore, Bhopal, and Ghaziabad. Many National Highways pass through Kanpur like NH-2, NH-25, NH-86, and NH-91.
The city has its own Inter State Bus Station (ISBT), also known by the names Shaheed Major Salman Khan Bus Station and Jhakarkati Bus Station. There are other prominent bus stations like Chunniganj Depot, Kanpur Central MS Depot, Azad Nagar AC Bus Depot, and Fazalganj Bus Depot, which have buses plying back and forth within the different places in Uttar Pradesh.
Kanpur has train connectivity to most of the important cities in India like Delhi, Chennai, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, Pune, Surat, Nagpur, Jaipur, and Srinagar. The city has 18 railway stations, Kanpur Central being the main and largest station under North Central Railways.
The airport at Kanpur has flights that connect the city to Delhi and Kolkata only. To reach other major cities, the nearest international airport is located at Lucknow, around 80 km from the city.
The intra-city transport takes place mainly through buses. Buses run by the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM) connect most places within the city frequently. The Kanpur Upnagariya Parivahan Seva runs buses that connect Kanpur to the suburban towns and surrounding districts.

 

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Kolhapur

 

Kolhapur is located in the south western part of Maharashtra state. Kolhapur, as we know it is famous for Kolhapuri chappals. Despite that, Kolhapur is also famous for Wrestling and has one of the largest wrestling stadiums called Khasbaug wrestling stadium. Kolhapur has a pleasant climate with not much of rains and not much of humidity. There are many large scale mechanical industries in Kolhapur. The main languages spoken is Marathi. Kolhapur is well connected to other major cities through bus, rail, airways. It is at a distance of 3 km from Chattrapati Shahu Maharaj Terminus and 8 km from Kolhapur Airport near Ujlaiwadi.

 

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Kolkata

 

Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal and former capital of India, is a commercial, educational and cultural hub of the country and the most important metro in East India. The port of Kolkata is the oldest operating port in the country that was operational even during World War II.

The real estate sector in the city grew by leaps and bounds towards the end of the 20th century with tremendous rise in investments during the same period. As Kolkata is one of the primary metros of India, the real estate sector is lively, with infrastructure projects driving demand in the market.

The city is a benchmark for modernity in India, but it has also retained much of its old world charm. North Kolkata boasts of 19th century architecture and some of the cultural hallmarks of the city. At the same time, there are many businesses and IT hubs throughout the city including Kolkata’s own Software Technology Park.

Stats and Facts

According to the provisional results of the 2011 national census, Kolkata Municipal Corporation has a total area of 185 sq. kms. While the total population was almost 4.5 million. This brings the population density to a little over 24,000 people per square kilometre. The total population of the urban agglomeration, which includes the urban and suburban areas, is a little over 14 million.

According to the provisional results of the 2011 national census, Kolkata Municipal Corporation has a total area of 185 sq. kms. While the total population was almost 4.5 million. This brings the population density to a little over 24,000 people per square kilometre. The total population of the urban agglomeration, which includes the urban and suburban areas, is a little over 14 million.

The sex ratio (number of females for each male) of Kolkata is 928 including agglomeration and 899 without agglomeration. The child sex ratio is relatively higher at 946 including agglomeration and 930 without agglomeration.

As of 2010, the crime rate in the city was well below the national average of 187.6 crimes per 100,000 at 117.3. This was the lowest crime rate among India’s largest cities.

The average literacy rate in the Kolkata metropolitan area is 88.33%, as per the provisional results of the 2011 census. Of this, the male literacy rate is 90.93% and the female literacy rate is 85.53%.

Kolkata has the highest number of married women using some form of contraceptive, at 77%, as of the last national family health survey.

At $150 billion, the city has the third highest Gross Domestic Product among Indian cities, right behind Mumbai and New Delhi.
The first newspaper in India – The Bengal Gazette – started publishing here in the year 1780.
Kolkata has a total of 8 sister cities, including Jersey City in the USA, Naples in Italy, and Incheon in South Korea.

The Information Technology Sector

The IT sector in Kolkata is one of its key economic drivers, and has grown at a rate of up to 70% in 2006, which was double the national average at that time. The main influencer for the IT sector in Kolkata has been West Bengal’s IT policy, which was announced in the year 2000.
Sectors III and V in Bidhannagar, otherwise known as Salt Lake City, are the IT hubs of Kolkata and an estimated 1.2 lakh people are employed in the offices located here.
Some of the companies that have their offices in the city include Tata Consultancy Services, Deloitte, Capgemini, Genpact, Lexmark, HCL, IBM, and HSBC.
Connectivity

The Port of Kolkata is India’s only major river port. The Shipping Corporation of India operates freight services to ports in India and other parts of the world, including Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar islands.
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, the largest airport (1670 acres) in Eastern India, connects Kolkata to other cities and countries by air. It is one of the two international airports in West Bengal.
The city is part of the largest highway project in India, the Golden Quadrilateral, which connects it to other major cities like Chennai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and Bengaluru.
Howrah and Sealdah are the two major railway stations in the city that connect it to other parts of the country. And the Circular Rail system encircles the whole of Kolkata.
National Highway 34 also runs through Kolkata and is 261.5 kms in length.
The city’s underground railway system – Kolkata Metro – is India’s oldest underground mass transport system. It runs for a total distance of 25.135 kms and was constructed from 1972 to 2010.
Kolkata is the only city in India to have a tram network. The network is administered by the Calcutta Tramways Company and is restricted to certain areas in the city.
Kolkata Civic Administration

The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) oversees the infrastructure development of the city’s wards – a total of 141. These wards are divided among 15 boroughs which have an elected councillor each from among their councillor committees.
KMC has a mayor, deputy mayor and ten other elected members through whom all the function is discharged.
The KMC takes care of drainage, water supply, sewerage, sanitation, street lighting and solid waste management.
Development of the metropolitan areas of the city are taken care of by the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA).
The KMDA comprises of an eleven member board that consists of elected representatives and bureaucrats who are nominated.
The day-to-day functions of the KMDA are under the control of the Chief Executive Officer, who is a senior Indian Administrative Services officer.
Kolkata Infrastructure

Kolkata’s infrastructure growth started in the 19th century with emergence of the industrial sector. British companies, thereafter, heavily invested in the city’s infrastructure. The next big spurt in the city’s development was the surge of investments in the year 2000. This led to the establishment of multiple hotels and shopping malls in the city and now Kolkata is one of the infrastructural marvels of the country.

The healthcare infrastructure in Kolkata is worth mentioning as it has 48 government hospitals and over 300 private medical establishments as of 2010. The number of hospital beds for every 10,000 people in the city is above 60 – higher than the national average which is below 10.

Major infrastructure projects in the Kolkata Metropolitan Area are undertaken by KMDA.

Infrastructure Projects

Name Of The Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Hooghly Riverfront Beautification Project

Hooghly Riverfront Areas

Under Development

An initiative by the state government to restore the former glory of the city’s riverfront.

Trans Municipal Scheme For Drainage Congestion

Khardah, Dum Dum, Panihati

Nearing Completion

This project will clear up drainage congestion in the targeted areas.

Rejuvenation Of Dalhousie Square – Roll Out Phase I

Bow Bazaar, Bow Barracks

Completed

The rejuvenation is an initial phase and the complete beautification of this heritage site is yet to be commissioned.

24×7 Water Supply

All

In Progress – Yet To Be Fully Commissioned

Kolkata has an ongoing infrastructure project for 24×7 water supply throughout the city.

Trans Municipal Solid Waste Management

Bansberia, Bally, Budge Budge, North Barrackpore, Garulia, Kamarhati etc.

In Progress

The solid waste management infrastructure project is for 10 municipal towns in Kolkata, and will greatly increase the quality of life in the city.

Parama Island – Park Circus Flyover

Gobra, Topsia, Tangra, Park Circus, Parama Island

Delayed

This will be the largest flyover in Kolkata, and will significantly clear up traffic afflicted areas once it is complete.

Tallah-palta Dedicated Transmission Main

All areas served by the water supply system

Completed

Increased treated water supply to Tallah Pumping Station from Palta Water Works has improved the water supply conditions in Kolkata.

Kolkata Real Estate Market

Year-on-year the Kolkata real estate market has grown by 11%
Infrastructure projects like the metro rail have heavily affected the demand for property in Kolkata even affecting per square foot prices.
Developers are offering discounts and cash back due to the existence of unsold residential stock.

 

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Goa

 

Goa, the smallest state in India, is located in the Konkan region of the Western Ghats. It is bordered by Karnataka in the east and south and Maharashtra in the north. It attracts tourists in large numbers, both from within the country as well as abroad. The main attraction here are the sandy beaches, the mix of Indian and Portuguese architecture, and the laidback lifestyle.

Historically, the state was a trade magnet. Traders from the West would halt at the west coast of India, especially Goa. The Portuguese traders landed here in 1510. After defeating a ruling Bijapur sultan, the Portuguese established a permanent settlement in what is today called Old Goa. Today, the state still exhibits Portuguese influence especially in culture and architecture.

Over the last few years the real estate development in Goa has increased. The state attracts more than just tourists. Many HNI (high net worth) individuals have realized that since the property prices in Goa are cheaper than those in some of the central areas in Mumbai and Delhi NCR, investing in property in the state is lucrative.

Stats and Facts

The population of Goa, as per the Census report of 2011, is 14.59 lakhs

Sex ratio has increased to 973 per 1000 males, as per the Census 2011 report, from 960 per 1000 males, which was the sex ratio as per the same report published in 2001. The sex ratio in Goa is higher than the national average sex ratio which is a positive sign

According to the Population Census report of 2011, the average literacy rate in Goa is 88.70%. This is an increase of 6% in comparison with the literacy rate figure in the Census report of 2001

The state of Goa was established on 30th May, 1987 when it was carved out of the Union Territory of Goa, Daman and Diu

Panaji is the capital city; although the largest city in the state is Vasco da Gama
The official language of Goa is currently Konkani. Till 1961, the official language here was Portuguese
There are only two districts in Goa – North Goa and South Goa
The National Commission on Population ranked Goa right on top for the best quality of life in India

Tourism and Mining

Goa is the richest state in India with its GDP being two-and-a-half times the GDP of the country. The primary drivers of the economy in the state are tourism and mining
The state accounts for 12.5% of all the tourist inflow to India. The pristine beaches, cultural festivals, Goan cuisine and ancient churches are major attractions for tourists
During the tourist season, the population in Goa almost doubles with the tourist population almost equaling the population of the local citizens
The second biggest industry in the state is mining. Iron ore, manganese, clay, bauxite, and magnesium are among the minerals available in the state. Since this industry operates on a very large scale, it’s a source of employment for thousands of people in the state
The important mines are mostly located in the eastern and northern parts of Goa with the Marmagao Port handling the majority of these mines

Connectivity

Goa can be reached by air through the Dabolim airport in Vasco da Gama. There are regular flights to UAE, Kuwait, Doha, Sharjah, apart from the important connections in Western Europe, Africa, and USA. The charter flights connect Goa to Russia, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Germany. The domestic airlines connect Goa to all major Indian cities including Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Pune and Ahmedabad
Indian Railways connects Goa to all the major Indian cities through different trains. Both the Konkan Railway and the South Western Railway run one rail line each in Goa. The major cities on the west coast are connected by the former while the latter connects Vasco da Gama to Hubli and Belgaum in Karnataka
Highways connect Goa to many important cities located both to its north and south. The traffic is, however, mostly to and from Pune and Mumbai. National Highways like NH 4A and NH 17 pass through the state
Inter-city travel is done mostly by hiring cars and two-wheelers. There are several trusted car rental agencies. Buses are another popular means of travel, primarily, because they are a very cheap mode of transport.

 

All Localities in Goa

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Greater Noida

 

Greater Noida is a city located in the Gautam Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh. It lies in the National Capital Region (NCR) and is situated at a distance of 48 km from New Delhi. It’s also located adjacent to Noida, one of Asia’s largest industrial townships.

The city was established as recently as 1991 with the aim to fulfill the aspirations of the growing population and economy of the NCR. Right from its inception, Greater Noida was developed as a planned and world-class city. As a result, the city boasts of enviable infrastructure ranked among the very best in the country.

Greater Noida enjoys a strategic and favorable location. It is well connected with major towns and cities within and beyond the NCR. It is, therefore, an excellent industry destination and attracts plenty of businessmen and service professionals from across the country.

Stats and Facts

The population of Greater Noida, as per the provisional reports of the Population Census of 2011, is 1,07,676

The average sex ratio in the city is 836 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, on the other hand, is 823 per 1000 boys

The average literacy rate, as per the Population Census of 2011, is 86.54%

The Indian Grand Prix is held in the city at the Buddh International Circuit. The inaugural race was held on 30 October 2011

As part of the Commonwealth Games, the Time Trial cycling event was held at the Noida-Greater Noida expressway
Key projects in Greater Noida are Gulshan Bellina, Amrapali Verona Heights, Amrapali Riverview, Amrapali Tropical Garden, Amrapali Adarsh Awas Yojna, Solitairian City Blue, Amrapali Verona Heights, Amrapali Terrace Homes, amrapali leisure valley.

Electronics and Information Technology

Similar to its neighbor Noida, Greater Noida is also an IT (Information Technology) hub
Both domestic and foreign multinational corporations have set up offices in Greater Noida. They’re typically located in IT parks, present in large numbers in the city
Some of the prominent players in IT and electronics already operating in the city are Hotline Appliances, Delphi, Videocon, L.G. Electronics, Moser Baer, and Daewoo Electronics
Besides electronics and information technology, Greater Noida is home to a number of news organizations and media houses. Hindustan Times is the major media organization in the city

Connectivity

Greater Noida is strategically located within the National Capital Region (NCR). Because of its proximity to Delhi, it’s well connected to both national and international markets
The nearest airport to Greater Noida, the Indira Gandhi International Airport, lies in Delhi, which is just a one-hour drive away
The railway stations nearest to Greater Noida are at Ghaziabad and Anand Vihar. These can be reached within an hour
An 8-lane expressway connects Greater Noida to Noida and Delhi. The National Highway (NH) 24 also passes by from near the city. The road infrastructure, therefore, easily connects Greater Noida to Jalandhar, Amritsar, Gurgaon, Ludhiana, and Ghaziabad
The Greater Noida corridor is earmarked for the expansion of the Delhi Metro, to make travel within and around the city easy

 

All Localities in Greater Noida

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Gurgaon

 

Gurgaon, popularly known as Millennium City, lies at around 35 km from Delhi. It is located in Gurgaon district in the Indian state of Haryana and is also included under the National Capital Region (NCR).

Earlier, Gurgaon was known as ‘Guru Gram’ which means “Village of the Guru”. From ancient history, it is learnt that the land was first owned by the legendary rulers Pandavas and Kauravas, who later presented it to Guru Dronacharya.

Leading Indian automobile manufacturer Maruti Suzuki India Limited had set up a manufacturing plant in Gurgaon in 1970s. Following this, the city started witnessing tremendous growth.

Though Gurgaon has been witnessing rapid urbanization, it has still been facing some issues like lack of proper infrastructure and utilities, frequent power cuts and rising crime.

There are over 25 shopping malls in Gurgaon, of which DLF’s ‘Mall of India’ is the biggest. The city has been witnessing growth in all the sectors including residential, commercial, retail, office, institutional, hospital and industrial. Similar explosive growth has been witnessed for Gurgaon real estate and property in Gurgaon.

Gurgaon has several architecturally significant buildings in a wide range of styles and from distinct time period. There are more than 1000 residential skyscrapers in Gurgaon.

Key projects in Gurgaon are Olympia, DLF Privana, Vatika Xpressions, Godrej 101, Eldeco Accolade, Ireo Uptown, ILD Arete, Supertech Hill Crest Floors, Central Park III Independent Floors, Ashiana Mulberry, Supertech Hill Town, Emaar MGF Palm Terraces Select, SS Group Plots, Central Park III Independent Floors, ILD GSR Drive, Vipul Aarohan, Anant Raj Estate Plots, Supertech Azaliya, Supertech Scarlett, M3M Merlin, Orris The Blue Lagoon, M3M Sierra, Ireo Victory Valley, M3M Escala, Tata Raisina Residency, M3M Latitude, Vatika Xpressions, Ireo The Grand Arch, Central Park III Independent Floors, Raheja Ayana Residences, Vatika Gurgaon 21, Tata Primanti Villas, Tata Primanti, Central Park III The Room, Gurgaon 99, Godrej 101, Raheja Revanta Surya Tower, Orris Carnation Residency, M3M Urbana One Key ResiMents, Orris Aster Court Premier, Ashiana Mulberry.

Top builders in Gurgaon are DLF Group, Sobha Limited, Omaxe Construction Ltd, Ansal API, Unitech Limited, Godrej Properties Limited, Parsvnath Developers Ltd, Eldeco Infrastructure, Mahindra Lifespace Developers, Vatika Group.

Top builders in Gurgaon are DLF Group, Sobha Limited, Omaxe Construction Ltd, Ansal API, Unitech Limited, Godrej Properties Limited, Parsvnath Developers Ltd, Eldeco Infrastructure, Mahindra Lifespace Developers, Vatika Group.

Demographics:

The population estimates for Gurgaon, as per 2011 India census, stands at 876,824, of which 54.24% are males and 45.76% females.

The population under the age of six is 108,623, with 58,842 males and 49,781 females, making child sex ratio 846.
Gurgaon has a good literacy rate. The number of literates is 662,696 with 373,164 males and 289,805 females. The effective literacy rate of population aged 7+ is 86.30 of which the male rate is 89.54 and the female rate 82.46.
New job opportunities and cosmopolitan culture of the city attracts younger generation. The current child population shows that in the next 10-15 years, there will be a huge rise in the number of working population.

Economic growth factors

Gurgaon is currently a leading financial and industrial center of India. It is a prime hub of multinational companies, software companies, telecom companies, call centers, shopping malls, multiplexes and skyscrapers. It is a home to nearly 250 Fortune 500 companies. This has led to huge jump in Gurgaon real estate.
Gurgaon has emerged as the city with third highest per capita income in India.
The city is among the most important offshoring centers in the world. It houses Indian corporate headquarters of many leading international companies like American Express, Microsoft, IBM, Coca-Cola, etc.
IMT Manesar is a fast growing industrial town which is in vicinity of Gurgaon. It is being called as ‘New Gurgaon’ by some of the developers since the area is witnessing huge growth. It has provided employment to over 100,000 people.
The city offers a large number of employment opportunities. With Gurgaon emerging as a hub for IT and IT-enabled services, several high-income jobs were created. Apartments, Flats and Villas in Gurgaon are in oversupply due to boom in Gurgaon Real estate.
Gurgaon is also notable for its real estate growth, which brought in a spur in the entire economy. Many renowned real estate developers have set up their companies here.
Reliance Venture and Haryana government are set to establish a multi-product special economic zone (SEZ) in Gurgaon. Japanese companies like Mitsubishi and Panasonic are given large contracts to set up manufacturing and logistics facilities for the special hundred square kilometers economic zone. This ambitious project is likely to create another 1.5 million new jobs in Gurgaon.

Connectivity

Gurgaon has excellent connectivity to Delhi through the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, which forms a part of the National Highway 8. One can also reach Delhi through the Expressway and Mahatma Gandhi Road (Ring Road) or through the Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road.
Through the NH-8, which is also a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project Gurgaon is well-connected to other cities including Jaipur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Mumbai and other parts of the country.
The city is connected to various parts of the NCR through roads including NH-8, Sohna Road, Pataudi Road, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, Golf Course Extension Road, Faridabad Link road and Jhajjar Road.
Dwarka Expressway, also known as Northern Peripheral Road (NPR), will connect Dwarka with NH-8 at Kherki Dhaula and will pass Pataudi Road.
The connecting roads to New Delhi have been broadened to clear the traffic bottlenecks. The eight-lane toll expressway is also being extended to smoothen the traffic from and towards Delhi. This good connectivity has further increased the property prices for Gurgaon Real estate.
The city is located at less than 20 km from Indira Gandhi International Airport and has easy connectivity too.
Gurgaon is also connected to Delhi and other suburbs via Delhi Metro. But metro is not much preferred by commuters as the areas connected by the network are limited with only five metro stations in the city.
Rapid Metro Rail Gurgaon has also become functional from November 14 boosting the transport system of the city.

 

All Localities in Gurgaon

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Guwahati

 

Guwahati is a city in the north-eastern state of Assam. It lies on the banks of the mighty Brahmaputra river and at the foothills of the Shillong Plateau. Owing to its location, the city is a natural hotspot with several rare animals and birds either residing here or regularly visiting it, making tourism a significant contributor to its economy.

Besides being an important region for wildlife, Guwahati is a major commercial, educational, political and cultural center of the east and especially the north-east. Several reputed educational institutes such as Gauhati University and the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati are situated here. The city’s view on various political matters also holds great importance for the region. In addition, the city is a cultural hotbed.

Owing to the city’s multi-dimensional nature and great diversity, the nature of development in Guwahati is multi-faceted. In fact, it’s currently one of the fastest developing cities in India and displays plenty of promise for its residents, both in terms of infrastructure and real estate development.

Stats and Facts

The population of Guwahati, as per the provisional reports of the census 2011, is 9,63,429. The metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 9,68,549.

Guwahati’s sex ratio stands at 918 per 1000 males while the child sex ratio is 1009 per 1000 boys.

The average literacy rate in Guwahati is 91.11%, of which female and male literacy rates are 89.16% and 92.89% respectively.

The city of Guwahati has had several names in the past. Pragjyotishpura and Durjaya were its names during the rule of the Kamrup kings. In recent times, it was called Gauhati. Now, the city is called Guwahati, a name made up of two words; ‘guwa’ means areca nut and ‘hat’ means market.

Guwahati has the largest tea auction market in India.
The Kamakhya temple, dedicated to goddess Kamakhya and located in Guwahati, lies at the center of Assamese life and culture.
Guwahati is at the center of the rich Assamese culture. The Bihu and Sattriya are the beautiful classical dance forms of Assam. A number of fairs and festivals are also held in grand celebration. Some of them are Ambubachi Mela, Brahmaputra Beach Festival, Bihu, Holi and Durga Puja.

Trade and Commerce

Guwahati hosts the Maniram Devan Trade Center, a trade center responsible for the promotion of trade and commerce in Assam.
The city has the Guwahati Stock Exchange (GSE). Currently, 290 companies are listed in the GSE.
When it comes to trade and commerce, Guwahati is the mainstay of North-East India.
Guwahati is also at the center of major wholesale distribution in addition to being the retail and marketing hub.
The Assam tea is the major commodity under auction at the Guwahati Tea Auction Center, which is one of the largest tea trading centers in the world.
The retail and real estate sectors have been flourishing in Guwahati. The city hosts big retail players such as Big Bazaar, Wills Lifestyle, Van Heusen, Pantaloons, Westside, Levi’s Strauss and Co. and so on.

Connectivity

Guwahati has very good air connectivity with most of the major airlines providing their services at the Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport. Located just 20 km west of the city center, the airport has airlines offering direct flights to Delhi, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai and other major Indian cities.
Guwahati junction is the major railway station in the city. It is also the headquarters of the Northeast Frontier Railway zone of the Indian Railways. The city is serviced by two other railway stations, Kamakhya Junction and New Guwahati (for freight services). Guwahati is well connected to major cities like Bengaluru, Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Patna, Hyderabad and Chennai.
Two national highways – NH 31 and NH 37 – connect Guwahati to the surrounding states and cities. Bus services are provided by both the government-run Assam State Transport Corporation (ASTC) and private operators. The popular buses operating in the city are luxury coaches and night supers, operating overnight.
Guwahati is connected by road to the other regions of the northeast by the Inter State Bus Terminus (ISBT).
The transport of cargo, and tourist and passenger vessels from and to Guwahati occurs through the National Waterway-2 (NW-2).
ASTC and private operators offer bus services to the different areas within the city. Trekker services, rickshaws and three-wheeler auto-rickshaws are the other popular means of traveling within the city by road.

 

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Gwalior

 

Gwalior is a prominent city in the state of Madhya Pradesh, famous for its historical significance. The location of this city is strategic in India’s Gird region. It’s famous for its fortresses – many kingdoms in the past used this place as their centers. Presently, Gwalior comes under the National Capital Region.

The name of the city is said to be derived from the name of a sage called Gwalipa. He requested a prince, Suraj Sen to build a wall around the hill in order to keep the wild animals away from the other sages while they performed their yajnas. The Gwalior Fort in the city attracts many tourists from India and abroad.

Gwalior is a metropolitan city. It’s called the tourist capital of Madhya Pradesh. A few other names include the City of Scindia, the City of Rishi Galav, and Tansen Nagari. It’s located to the south of Agra, just 319 km from Delhi, the national capital, and 423 km away from Bhopal, the state capital. Gwalior belongs to the Gwalior district and the Gwalior division. This city lies amidst the major commercial and industrial zones of its neighboring districts.

Stats And Facts

The population of Gwalior, as per the census report of 2011, stands at 10,69,276.

According to the same report, the sex ratio in Gwalior is 879 females per 1000 males, which is below the national average sex ratio of 940 females per 1000 males.

Gwalior has a literacy rate of 74.74%, according to the census of 2011.

The city houses India’s only Border Security Force Academy.

Morar Cantonment in Gwalior is a major Indian Army Cantonment. It also has an Indian Air Force station.
NRIITM, IITM, and IITTM in Gwalior are the prominent universities situated here.
Gwalior is among the largest cities in Central India.
The Tomaras, the Mughals, and the Marathas under the Scindias have ruled Gwalior.
The temple in Gwalior is the first place where the number zero was written in the world.
Gwalior is the fourth city in India to have a dedicated cycle track.
The narrow gauge tracks in Gwalior are the narrowest in India.

Tourism And Processing Industry

The tourism industry in Gwalior contributes majorly to the economic growth of the city. There are numerous places here, which attract tourists from every part of India and across the world. Gwalior Fort, Teli ka Mandir, Gurudwara, Sun Temple, The Rock-Cut Jain Sculptures, Maharaj Bada, Gopachal Parvat, Tomb of Rani Lakshmibai, Vivsvaan Mandir, Jai Vilas Mahal, Shyam Vatika, and Tansen’s Tomb are some of the many places that attract tourists.
Apart from tourism, the processing industries spread across various sectors contribute to Gwalior’s economy. The dairy, chemical, and textile industries in the city are important.
Apart from these, there are other manufacturing industries as well. Some of the companies that have their units in Gwalior are SRF, Cadbury, Ranbaxy Laboratories, Surya Bulbs, J. K. Tyres, and Siya Ram.
There are small-scale and handicraft industries in Gwalior that add to the city’s economy in a small way.

Connectivity

The railway connectivity of Gwalior is very convenient and connects the city to most major Indian cities. The Gwalior Junction is the main railway station in the metro area of Gwalior, which falls under the Jhansi division of North Central Railways. There are five tracks intersecting at this junction from Agra, Jhansi, Shivpuri, Bhind, and Sheopur Kalan.
The city of Gwalior falls on the main lines between Delhi and Mumbai, and Delhi and Chennai. It’s connected to all major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru, Bhopal, Hyderabad, Pune, Indore, Agra, Ujjain, Jabalpur, Kochi, Jhansi, Jaipur, Thiruvananthapuram, Lucknow, Kozhikode, Kollam, and Jamshedpur every day.
Birlanagar, Rairu, Sithouli, Ghosipura, Moti Jheel are some other stations in Gwalior. This city also is a stop on the route of the luxury trains like the India on Wheels, and the Maharaja Express.
Gwalior is well-connected to major cities in India via different state and national highways. The National Highway 75 passes through Gwalior, which connects it to Jhansi to the south. Whereas the National Highway 3 (NH-3), which is also called Agra-Bombay National Highway, connects it to Shivpuri and Agra, and Mathura.
Bus services connect Gwalior to most prominent cities in the neighborhood. Roadways can easily reach cities like Bhopal, Delhi, Agra, Jhansi, Jhabalpur, Morena, Dholpur, Bhind, Jaipur, Datia, Etawah, and Indore.
Gwalior has its own airport called Gwalior Airport or Rajmata Vijya Raje Scindia Vimantal. There are flights to Mumbai, Indore, Bhopal, and Jabalpur, run by Air India and Ventura Airconnect.
The intra-city transport in Gwalior comprises the public transport system. It is made up of auto-rickshaws, taxis, tempos, and microbuses. Gwalior City Buses are run by the municipal corporation of Gwalior, which runs on some select routes in the city. Apart from these, Blue Radio Taxis are also available. Gwalior also has a cycle track stretching across 35 km in the city.

 

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Haridwar

 

Haridwar, ‘Gateway to God’ for many religious people, is a city in the state of Uttarakhand. With the holy river Ganges entering North India at Haridwar, the city is also well known as Gangadwara. This city is also called as Hardwar by the followers of Lord Shiva (Har), as opposed to Haridwar, popular among the followers of Vishnu (Hari).

Haridwar is considered to be one of the seven holiest places in India according to Hindus. The Kumbhmela is conducted in the city once every 12 years and it attracts millions of pilgrims and devotees from all across India. Tourists from across the world visit Haridwar especially during this time. Apart from its religious importance, Haridwar is also a paradise for people who love nature. It presents a beautiful model of Indian culture and civilization.

Being the largest city in the Haridwar district, it’s also the headquarters. The city has gradually moved beyond its popularity as a religious destination with its fast developing industrial estate. This has been a great advancement, creating job opportunities for the native people.

Stats and Facts

The population of Haridwar, as per the census report of 2011, stands at 2,25,235. But its urban agglomeration has a population of 3,10,562.

The population of Haridwar, as per the census report of 2011, stands at 2,25,235. But its urban agglomeration has a population of 3,10,562.

According to the same report, the sex ratio in Haridwar is 874 per 1000 males, which is well below the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males. There is, however, a definite increase in sex ratio from the previous counting that occurred in 2001.

Haridwar has a literacy rate of 84.99% as per the 2011 census. The average literacy of Haridwar district saw an upward trend from 63.75% to 73.43% with respect to the census of 2001.

Ganga is a major river flowing through Haridwar.

Haridwar is vulnerable to earthquakes, landslides, floods and drought. It is also subjected to a lot of man-made disasters such as industrial hazards, fire, stampede, communal riots, accidents, forest fire and terrorist attacks.

Haridwar finds a place in the mythical tale of Samudra Manthan. According to that, this city is one of the 4 places where drops of the elixir of immortality, also called Amrit, were dropped.
The famous Rajaji National Park is in the Haridwar district.

Tourism Industry

Tourism contributes largely to Haridwar’s economy. People from all over the world visit this place to take a look at authentic Indian culture and traditions.
The Kumbh Mela is a mammoth event conducted once every 12 years. It attracts people from all walks of life, both from the religious and tourism perspective. Additionally, this city is the first stop to visit other sacred places like the Char Dham, which brings in millions of pious people to the city.
The city hosts religious festivals like Kavad Mela, Ganga Dashara, Somvati Amavasya Mela, and Gughal Mela, bringing together around 2 to 2.5 million people.
Haridwar is well known for imparting excellent cultural education. Institutions like the Gurukul Kangri University and the Dev Sanskriti University contribute to the economy of the city in the education sector.
The University of Technical and Industrial Education located nearby, also contributes to the economy.
The rapid development seen in the industrial sector, mainly due to the activities of the State Industrial Development Corporation of Uttarakhand (SIDCUL) and Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), is playing a significant role in contributing highly to the city’s economy.

Connectivity

Haridwar is well connected to the surrounding cities by road. The national highway NH-58 between Delhi and Mana Pass passes through Haridwar and connects the city to the surrounding cities like Meerut, Ghaziabad, Roorkee, Badrinath and Muzzafarnagar. Additionally, NH-74 starts from Haridwar and makes it convenient to reach out to places like Kashipur, Nagina, Kichha, Bareilly and Pilibhit.
The Haridwar Railway Station links the city to all the main Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Puri, Bhubaneshwar, Thiruvananthapuram and Kochi.
Haridwar can be reached by air domestically, by landing at Jolly Grant Airport. It is in Dehradun and lies at a distance of 35 km. The other international airport nearby is the Indira Gandhi International Airport at New Delhi.

 

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Hyderabad

 

Hyderabad lies in the south-west part of the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is the capital and the largest city in Andhra Pradesh. It is the fourth most populour city and the sixth most populous urban agglomeration in India. Hyderabad can be classified into five zones – North, South, East, West and Central.

Sultan Muhammad Quli who belonged to the Qutub Shahi dynasty was the founder of the city. He named the city Bhagyanagar after his beloved wife, Bhagyamati, in 1590. However, after entering the royal household, she embraced Islam and was rechristened Hydermahal. Consequently, the city got its second name, Hyderabad.

Hyderabad is also known as Cyberabad (Cyber city) considering that it is a renowned global center for Information Technology. City of Pearls is another sobriquet by which the city is known by as it has a flourishing industry engaged in the pearl trade. Besides, it was also the only global trade center of diamonds, until the 18th century.

Hyderabad has contributed substantially to the growth of the Indian economy. The city houses the largest number of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in the country. Some of the major industrial sectors of Hyderabad are the traditional manufacturing sector, the Knowledge sector that includes the IT sector, and the Tourism sector. The Service sector is also an important contributor to the economy of the state.

Compared to most other cities, the real estate sector of Hyderabad has remained stable over a period of time. Hence it is considered an important realty destination for affordable housing. 80% of the realty demand of the city is end-user driven. Some of the important public sector companies in Hyderabad are Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC), Hindustan Machine Tools Limited (HMT), Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), Indian Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Limited (IDPL), Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). Besides, the pharmaceutical and electronic indusries, established in the city in the 1970s are also booming industries, lending the city the nickname ‘Gateway to South-central India’ due to their strategic location.

Top builders in Hyderabad are Lodha Group, Prestige Group, DLF Group, Brigade Group, Emaar MGF Land Limited, Mantri Group, Salarpuria Sattva Group, Indiabulls Distribution, Jain Housing, Aparna Constructions.

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Demographics:

The population of Hyderabad was pegged to be 6,809,970 as per the 2011 census, which makes it the fourth most populous city in India. It is expected that the population of the Hyderabad Metropolitan area would be approximately 10 million by the end of 2013.

The population of the Hyderabad Urban Agglomeration is around 7,749,334, which makes it the sixth most populous urban agglomeration in the country.

The population density is around 18,480/square km.
A majority of the population consists of migrants from other parts of the country, which is approximately 24% of the total population.

Information Technology:

Hyderabad comes immediately after Bangalore with regards to the number of IT companies that have been established here. Emphasis has been given to development of the IT sector in the city since the 1990s. Many software companies, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) firms and firms providing technological and knowledge services have been set up in the city.
Currently, there are more than 1300 IT/ITeS companies established in the city, contributing 15% of India’s and 98% of Andhra Pradesh’s exports in the IT/ITeS sectors. Some of the major IT companies that have been established in Hyderabad include Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, Accenture, Oracle, IBM, Verizon, Google, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Microsoft, Amazon, Capgemini, Cognizant, Genpact, Dell etc.
Large-scale investments have been made by constructing various IT campuses across the city to facilitate the growth and development of companies investing in the growth of the IT sector of the city. The HITEC City (Hyderabad Information Technology Engineering Consultancy City) is a major technology township that has been developed as the center of the information technology industry in the city. It consists of various campuses and phases, as well as residential areas for IT professionals, convention centers and malls. Besides, there are other areas like Gachibowli and Kondapur, which focus on the IT sector.

Connectivity:

The city connects other parts of Andhra Pradesh as well as neighbouring states through important roads like AH-43, NH-9, NH-7 and NH-202.
The Hyderabad International Airport, also known as the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, is located at Shamshabad, 25 km south of the city.
The Hyderabad Deccan Railway Station, also called the Nampally Railway Station, is located at Nampally, just 3 km from the city center. The Secunderabad Railway Station, located 7 km north of the city center at Secunderabad, is another important railway station in the city. Besides there is also the Lingampally Railway Station located at Serilingampally, 25 km west of the city center.
The city is also well connected through the sub-urban rail system or Multi-Modal Transit System (MMTS), providing first-class commuter travel. It has been developed as a joint venture between the Government of Andhra Pradesh and the South-Central railway.
The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) operates a fleet of bus services covering the length and breadth of the city. It is the state owned road transport corporation of Andhra Pradesh which maintains its autonomy with regards to the road transport service of the city.
The proposed Hyderabad Metro Rail is coming up in two phases. Phase I, being developed along three corridors, covering a total distance of 71 km, is expected to be operational by March, 2015.
Hyderabad Civic Administration:

The Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) manages the civic administration and infrastructure of the city, across 18 circles, covering 150 municipal wards. The GHMC was formed in 2007 by the merger of the Municipal Corporation of Hyderabad (MCH) with 12 municipalities of Hyderabad, Medak and Ranga Reddy districts, together covering a total area of 650 sq km.
The Hyderabad Metropolitan Development Authority (HMDA) is the urban planning authority of Hyderabad. It was formed in 2008 by expanding the Hyderabad Urban Development Authority (HUDA). The entire area of the GHMC as well as its suburbs comes under the purview of the HMDA. It extends to 54 Mandals across 5 districts, covering a total area of 7,100 sq km. It is the second largest civic urban development area in India, after Bangalore Metropolitan Region Development Authority (BMRDA). Besides coordinating the development activities of the GHMC and the suburban municipalities, it also manages the administration of the Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewage Board (HMWSSB), the Andhra Pradesh Transmission Corporation (APTC) and the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC).
Infra Projects:

Name of the project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Metro Phase I

Connects areas across the city along three corridors (71 km)

March, 2015

World’s largest PPP project costing over 17,000 cr

Remaining part of the ORR

33-km corridor connecting Shamirpet to Pedda Amberpet

July, 2014

Easy connectivity between NH-9, NH-7, NH-4 as also state highways,IRR, RRR, Int airport; dev of satellite townships

Hussain Sagar Lake and Catchment Area Improvement Project (HCIP)

Khairatabad, Himayath Nagar, Begumpet, Ramgopalpet

Ongoing; was last expected to be completed by March, 2013

Maintain water balance, improve water quality, improve lake env, potential for eco-tourism

Development of Inner Ring Road

Corridor between Reti Bowli to Uppal

End of 2013

50-km city arterial road for traffic de-congestion

Residential real estate market in Hyderabad:

The residential realty market which witnessed a prolonged slump since 2009 due to various factors like the global recession as well as the political uncertainty surrounding the bifurcation of the state is going through a gradual phase of recovery at the moment.
There has been a marked preference for multi-storey apartments in varying price ranges depending on the purchasing power of the buyer. Many areas on the west of Hyderabad like Gachibowli, Hitech City, Kukatpally, Madhapur and Chandanagar have seen increased demand due to their proximity to the IT hub, as well as other factors like excellent connectivity, good infrastructure facilities, and availability of residential property in Hyderabad at affordable prices etc.
Since Hyderabad has a sizable population of migrants, particularly IT/ITes professionals, the rental housing market is very prominent in the city.
As per the demand-supply trend in 2013, for residential apartments in Hyderabad, there is a supply of around 40,000 units, while the current absorption rate is only 28,000 units, thereby resulting in a surplus of 12,000 units.

 

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Hyderabad

 

Hyderabad lies in the south-west part of the South Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is the capital and the largest city in Andhra Pradesh. It is the fourth most populour city and the sixth most populous urban agglomeration in India. Hyderabad can be classified into five zones – North, South, East, West and Central.

Sultan Muhammad Quli who belonged to the Qutub Shahi dynasty was the founder of the city. He named the city Bhagyanagar after his beloved wife, Bhagyamati, in 1590. However, after entering the royal household, she embraced Islam and was rechristened Hydermahal. Consequently, the city got its second name, Hyderabad.

Hyderabad is also known as Cyberabad (Cyber city) considering that it is a renowned global center for Information Technology. City of Pearls is another sobriquet by which the city is known by as it has a flourishing industry engaged in the pearl trade. Besides, it was also the only global trade center of diamonds, until the 18th century.

Hyderabad has contributed substantially to the growth of the Indian economy. The city houses the largest number of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in the country. Some of the major industrial sectors of Hyderabad are the traditional manufacturing sector, the Knowledge sector that includes the IT sector, and the Tourism sector. The Service sector is also an important contributor to the economy of the state.

Compared to most other cities, the real estate sector of Hyderabad has remained stable over a period of time. Hence it is considered an important realty destination for affordable housing. 80% of the realty demand of the city is end-user driven. Some of the important public sector companies in Hyderabad are Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC), Hindustan Machine Tools Limited (HMT), Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL), Indian Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Limited (IDPL), Electronics Corporation of India Limited (ECIL), Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). Besides, the pharmaceutical and electronic indusries, established in the city in the 1970s are also booming industries, lending the city the nickname ‘Gateway to South-central India’ due to their strategic location.

Top builders in Hyderabad are Lodha Group, Prestige Group, DLF Group, Brigade Group, Emaar MGF Land Limited, Mantri Group, Salarpuria Sattva Group, Indiabulls Distribution, Jain Housing, Aparna Constructions.

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Demographics:

The population of Hyderabad was pegged to be 6,809,970 as per the 2011 census, which makes it the fourth most populous city in India. It is expected that the population of the Hyderabad Metropolitan area would be approximately 10 million by the end of 2013.

The population of the Hyderabad Urban Agglomeration is around 7,749,334, which makes it the sixth most populous urban agglomeration in the country.

The population density is around 18,480/square km.
A majority of the population consists of migrants from other parts of the country, which is approximately 24% of the total population.

Information Technology:

Hyderabad comes immediately after Bangalore with regards to the number of IT companies that have been established here. Emphasis has been given to development of the IT sector in the city since the 1990s. Many software companies, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) firms and firms providing technological and knowledge services have been set up in the city.
Currently, there are more than 1300 IT/ITeS companies established in the city, contributing 15% of India’s and 98% of Andhra Pradesh’s exports in the IT/ITeS sectors. Some of the major IT companies that have been established in Hyderabad include Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, Accenture, Oracle, IBM, Verizon, Google, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Microsoft, Amazon, Capgemini, Cognizant, Genpact, Dell etc.
Large-scale investments have been made by constructing various IT campuses across the city to facilitate the growth and development of companies investing in the growth of the IT sector of the city. The HITEC City (Hyderabad Information Technology Engineering Consultancy City) is a major technology township that has been developed as the center of the information technology industry in the city. It consists of various campuses and phases, as well as residential areas for IT professionals, convention centers and malls. Besides, there are other areas like Gachibowli and Kondapur, which focus on the IT sector.

Connectivity:

The city connects other parts of Andhra Pradesh as well as neighbouring states through important roads like AH-43, NH-9, NH-7 and NH-202.
The Hyderabad International Airport, also known as the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, is located at Shamshabad, 25 km south of the city.
The Hyderabad Deccan Railway Station, also called the Nampally Railway Station, is located at Nampally, just 3 km from the city center. The Secunderabad Railway Station, located 7 km north of the city center at Secunderabad, is another important railway station in the city. Besides there is also the Lingampally Railway Station located at Serilingampally, 25 km west of the city center.
The city is also well connected through the sub-urban rail system or Multi-Modal Transit System (MMTS), providing first-class commuter travel. It has been developed as a joint venture between the Government of Andhra Pradesh and the South-Central railway.
The Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) operates a fleet of bus services covering the length and breadth of the city. It is the state owned road transport corporation of Andhra Pradesh which maintains its autonomy with regards to the road transport service of the city.
The proposed Hyderabad Metro Rail is coming up in two phases. Phase I, being developed along three corridors, covering a total distance of 71 km, is expected to be operational by March, 2015.

 

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Chittoor

 

Chittoor is one of the municipal corporations located in Andhra Pradesh, India. It is well connected to major cities like Bangalore and Chennai. Chittoor is surrounded by Anantapur district from northwest, Cuddapah from north, Nellore from northeast, Vellore from south and Karnataka state from southwest. Some of the noted personalities of Chittoor include, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan- former president of India, Prathap C. Reddy, Chairman of Apollo Hospitals, Nara Chandrababu Naidu, former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N.Kiran Kumar Reddy, Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh to name a few.

 

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Coimbatore

 

The second largest city in Tamil Nadu, Coimbatore is one of the fastest growing tier-II cities in India. Ranked among the largest urban agglomerations in India, the city is a hub for several different sectors of economy, most notably the flourishing textile industry. For this reason, Coimbatore is also referred to as the textile capital of South India or Manchester of the South.

Coimbatore is, however, not just a hub for textile units. The other major industries flourishing in the city are information technology, software, education, manufacturing, and healthcare.

Geographically, Coimbatore lies in the rain shadow region of the Western Ghats. It borders the Palakkad district of Kerala and has the mountain ranges of the Western Ghats surrounding it on the west and north. The river Noyyal, too, runs through Coimbatore. The city is also an entry and exit point for visiting the picturesque hill station Ooty. And with such environs, Coimbatore enjoys a pleasant climate throughout the year.

The strong and resilient industrial sector in Coimbatore invites a lot of people from across the country. The climate and the location of the city are such that it’s conducive for people to have a pleasant stay. There is, therefore, a stable demand for housing and land in Coimbatore.

The strong and resilient industrial sector in Coimbatore invites a lot of people from across the country. The climate and the location of the city are such that it’s conducive for people to have a pleasant stay. There is, therefore, a stable demand for housing and land in Coimbatore.

Stats And Facts

The population of Coimbatore, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 Census, is 10,61,447. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 21,51,466

As per the Census 2011 reports, Coimbatore has a near-ideal sex ratio of 999 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, 963 per 1000 boys, is also impressive, especially in comparison with many other cities
The same reports indicate an impressive average literacy rate in the city, at 91.74%
The city of Coimbatore is also known as Kovai
The region has rich black soil, which is the primary cause for the flourishing agriculture scene in the region
The very earliest textile mills were established in the Coimbatore district in the year 1888
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has placed Coimbatore in the 4th place among Indian cities in investment climate
Tholon, the advisory firm for global outsourcing and research placed Coimbatore in 17th spot in the esteemed list of top global outsourcing cities
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Textiles And Engineering

The city is called the Manchester of the South because of the rich textile industry, supported by the large-scale producing of cotton
Coimbatore leads the way globally in terms of concentration and the amount of textile activity
Some of the prominent textile centers of learning and research are also located here. Notable names are South Indian Textiles Research Association and the Southern Regional station of the Central Institute of Cotton Research
There are centers specializing in weaving, spinning, knitwear, and powerlooms as well
Software services have also been growing rapidly in this region. Exports had risen by 90% from the previous year in 2009-10
Reputed companies like Tata Consultancy Services, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Robert Bosch GmbH, and Dell, and many others are located here
Some of the prominent industries in Coimbatore are Bosch, L&T, Lakshmi Machine Works, Revathi Equipment Ltd., Air MAK, Shanthi Gears, and others
The city also hosts two Special Economic Zones (SEZs), Tidel Park Coimbatore and the Coimbatore Hi-Tech Infrastructure. Five more SEZs are in the pipeline

Connectivity

By air, Coimbatore connects to major Indian cities like Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, and Kolkata, and international destinations like Singapore and Sharjah. The Coimbatore International Airport is located just 15 km from the city
Three National Highways pass through the city. NH 209, NH 67, and NH 47, the one that connects Salem to Kanyakumari. Through the national and state highways, Coimbatore is connected across India
Just like by road, Coimbatore can be easily reached by rail. Broad gauge trains connect the city to anywhere in Tamil Nadu and India. The important railways junctions in the city are Coimbatore Junction, Coimbatore North Junction, and Podanur Junction
Coimbatore city comprises 6 major arterial roads. There are many major bus stations that connect residents across the city

Coimbatore Civic Administration

Headquarters of the Coimbatore district, the city of Coimbatore is a municipal corporation
The city has 5 administrative zones, with each zone featuring 20 wards. The zones are North, South, East, West, and Central
Elected directly, a councilor represents a ward. Councilors from each zone elect the Deputy Mayor
The Mayor is directly elected by the city’s voters
The corporation is responsible for the provision and upkeep of basic services like roads, water, and sewage
A Corporation Commissioner heads the executive wing of the corporation
There are 18 Police stations in the city, with a Commissioner heading the Police force

Coimbatore Infrastructure

Coimbatore has excellent transport infrastructure, especially because of the presence of such a large industrial base. The economy being primarily industrial in nature, the real estate infrastructure has also remained strong and resilient.
Education and healthcare services in Coimbatore are also quite impressive. The district especially is the education hub of South India, what with a whole array of schools, colleges, and universities located here. The same can be said the massive network of hospitals in this region. The city is also a major center of medical tourism.

 

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Cuttack

 

Cuttack is the second-largest city and former capital of the Indian state of Odisha. It is commonly known as the commercial capital of Odisha with a large number of business and trading houses located in and around the city. Famous for its silver filigree work, Cuttack is also known as the Silver City.

Geographically, the city of Cuttack is situated at the apex of the Mahanadi River Delta and is 28 km north of the capital of Orissa, Bhubaneswar.

The city is also the second-largest hub for textiles in eastern India, after Raipur. Believed to have the largest GDP among all cities in Odisha, Cuttack is home to large business houses and a wide array of industries ranging from steel, ferrous alloys and logistics to agriculture, textiles and handicrafts.

Besides several industries, Cuttack is also home to many educational institutes, sports facilities and the famous Oriya Film Industry. Along with Bhubaneshwar, Cuttack has become a real estate hotspot especially because of its strategic importance in the economy of Odisha.

Stats and Facts

The population of Cuttack, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 census, is 6,06,007. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 6,58,986

As per the census 2011 reports, Cuttack has a near-ideal sex ratio of 997 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, however, is 916 per 1000 boys

The same reports indicate an impressive average literacy rate in the city, at 91.17%
The city of Cuttack is also referred to as the Millennium City and the Silver City
The official language of Cuttack is Oriya. Other widely spoken languages include Hindi and English
The city is famous for its Dussera festival celebrations
· The city of Cuttack experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The hottest month in Cuttack is May with temperatures reaching a maximum of 40°C

Economy and Industrial Profile

The district of Cuttack comprises a wide range of industries ranging from steel, ferrous alloys and logistics to agriculture, textiles and handicrafts
Currently, there are 11 large-scale industries in and around Cuttack including steel, alloys, fireclay, power, automobile and so on
The country’s largest producer of ferrous alloys, Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys (IMFA) is located at Choudwar, Cuttack
The city is also home to traditional industries like textiles and handicrafts along with a number of medium and small scale industries
Agro-based industries in Cuttack are involved in the production of crops, vegetables and fruits
Cuttack also has two of the biggest wholesale commodity markets of the state, at Malgodown and Chatrabazaar, catering to the entire state

Connectivity

The nearest airport to Cuttack, the Biju Patnaik Airport, is located in the state capital of Bhubaneswar. Through Bhubaneswar, it is connected by air to major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, Visakhapatnam, Nagpur, and Hyderabad
Cuttack is covered by an extensive network of roads. A part of the Golden Quadrilateral project, the national highway NH-5 passes through the city and runs from Chennai to Kolkata. The city also has one of the largest bus terminuses in India, with thousands of government and private buses plying to hundreds of destinations every day
Situated on the Howrah-Chennai mainline of the East Coast Railway, the Cuttack Railway Station is an important station. Owing to this Cuttack enjoys good rail link to all parts of the country especially for transportation of industrial cargo as well as passenger service through super-fast express trains

 

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Cuttack

 

Cuttack is the second-largest city and former capital of the Indian state of Odisha. It is commonly known as the commercial capital of Odisha with a large number of business and trading houses located in and around the city. Famous for its silver filigree work, Cuttack is also known as the Silver City.

Geographically, the city of Cuttack is situated at the apex of the Mahanadi River Delta and is 28 km north of the capital of Orissa, Bhubaneswar.

The city is also the second-largest hub for textiles in eastern India, after Raipur. Believed to have the largest GDP among all cities in Odisha, Cuttack is home to large business houses and a wide array of industries ranging from steel, ferrous alloys and logistics to agriculture, textiles and handicrafts.

Besides several industries, Cuttack is also home to many educational institutes, sports facilities and the famous Oriya Film Industry. Along with Bhubaneshwar, Cuttack has become a real estate hotspot especially because of its strategic importance in the economy of Odisha.

Stats and Facts

The population of Cuttack, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 census, is 6,06,007. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 6,58,986

As per the census 2011 reports, Cuttack has a near-ideal sex ratio of 997 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, however, is 916 per 1000 boys

The same reports indicate an impressive average literacy rate in the city, at 91.17%
The city of Cuttack is also referred to as the Millennium City and the Silver City
The official language of Cuttack is Oriya. Other widely spoken languages include Hindi and English
The city is famous for its Dussera festival celebrations
· The city of Cuttack experiences a tropical wet and dry climate. The hottest month in Cuttack is May with temperatures reaching a maximum of 40°C

Economy and Industrial Profile

The district of Cuttack comprises a wide range of industries ranging from steel, ferrous alloys and logistics to agriculture, textiles and handicrafts
Currently, there are 11 large-scale industries in and around Cuttack including steel, alloys, fireclay, power, automobile and so on
The country’s largest producer of ferrous alloys, Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys (IMFA) is located at Choudwar, Cuttack
The city is also home to traditional industries like textiles and handicrafts along with a number of medium and small scale industries
Agro-based industries in Cuttack are involved in the production of crops, vegetables and fruits
Cuttack also has two of the biggest wholesale commodity markets of the state, at Malgodown and Chatrabazaar, catering to the entire state

Connectivity

The nearest airport to Cuttack, the Biju Patnaik Airport, is located in the state capital of Bhubaneswar. Through Bhubaneswar, it is connected by air to major cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, Visakhapatnam, Nagpur, and Hyderabad
Cuttack is covered by an extensive network of roads. A part of the Golden Quadrilateral project, the national highway NH-5 passes through the city and runs from Chennai to Kolkata. The city also has one of the largest bus terminuses in India, with thousands of government and private buses plying to hundreds of destinations every day
Situated on the Howrah-Chennai mainline of the East Coast Railway, the Cuttack Railway Station is an important station. Owing to this Cuttack enjoys good rail link to all parts of the country especially for transportation of industrial cargo as well as passenger service through super-fast express trains

 

All Localities in Cuttack

LOCALITY,Bidanasi,Tulsipur,Masik Patna Colony,Buxi Bazaar,Jagatpur,Link Road,Nakhara,NH-5,Naraj,Mahidharapara,Bhabadeipur,Nimpur,Chaudwar,Poparada,LOCALITY,Gopalpur,Madhu Patna Colony,Phulnakhara,Municipal Colony,Shelter Road,Ring Road,Sutahat,Badambadi,Ranihat,Trisulia,CDA Sector-11,Taili Pada,Kandarpur,Mahanadi Vihar,LOCALITY,CDA Sector-8,Uttamapur,CDA Sec-10,Netaji Nagar,Nuapatna,Bidyadharpur,Urali,Naya Bazaar,Sartol,Sikharpur,Siba Bazar,Tangi,Rajendra Nagar,Mangalabag,LOCALITY,Oriya Bazaar,Biribati,Banki,CDA Sector-7,CDA Sector-6,Padmapur,CDA Sector-9,Chhatra Bazar,Banara,Patapur,Salipur,Jhinkiria

Delhi

 

Delhi, also known as the National Capital Territory of India, is the capital of the country. It is India’s only city-state that envelops other cities such as Noida, Greater Noida, Gurgaon, Alwar, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and other nearby cities and towns. Delhi is now the world’s second most populous city and the largest Indian city in terms of area. Property in Delhi is one of the most expensive in the country.

Surrounded by the states of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh and located on the banks of the river Yamuna, Delhi is a major commercial center of the north. It has a rich and diverse history, spending most of its time as a capital under the rule of various kingdoms and empires. It has been rebuilt several times during its history and has had an altering geographical boundary. For this reason, it is called the city of cities.

Delhi real estate has witnessed rapid progress in infrastructure and development. The city has excellent and improving connectivity. Certain industries such as IT, Knowledge Process Outsourcing, and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) have shown tremendous growth over the last few years creating new employment opportunities for the city’s growing population.

Stats and Facts

The population of Delhi, as per the Census report of 2011, stands at 1.68 crores.

The population of Delhi, as per the Census report of 2011, stands at 1.68 crores.

According to the same report, the sex ratio in Delhi is 868 per 1000 males, which is well below the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males. There is, however, a definite increase in sex ratio from the previous counting that occurred in 2001.

Delhi has a literacy rate of 86.21%, according to the Census of 2011. This number indicates an upward trend since literacy rate stood at just 81.67% during the release of the previous Census report in 2001.

Yamuna is a major river flowing right through Delhi.

Delhi is vulnerable to earthquakes as it lies in India’s seismic zone-IV.

It finds a place in the mythical tale of Mahabharata, as it was the site of ancient Indraprastha, the capital of the Pandavas.
Although Delhi is a union territory, it closely resembles a state because it has a legislature, executive council of ministers headed by a Chief Minister and a high court.
Key Projects in Delhi are Vanshi Capital Paradiso, Vertical Ripple Residency, Gemstar Home 2.
Most popular Delhi real estate searches are flats in delhi, 1 bhk flat in delhi, plots in delhi, 2 bhk flat in delhi, flats for rent in delhi, 3 bhk flats in delhi.
Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Noida.
The Tertiary Sector

The tertiary sector is the largest contributor to the Delhi’s gross State Domestic Product (SDP), at 70.95%, as confirmed by the Economic Survey of Delhi 2005-06.
Key service industries comprising this sector are IT and telecommunications, banking, tourism, media, and hotels. Real estate and health & community services are also important to Delhi’s economy.
The city attracts considerable foreign investment, thanks to the availability of skilled labor and the large consumer market in the city. Property in delhi has seen good chunk of this investment overtime.
Delhi’s prominence as a trade center is also noteworthy. It’s favored by being located in the trade route extending from Punjab to the Gangetic plains.

Connectivity

The domestic and international travelers can reach Delhi via air through the Indira Gandhi International Airport. IGI Terminal 3 is regarded as one of the world’s largest buildings. With 35 million passengers using the airport during 2012-13, Delhi IGI airport is among the busiest in South Asia.
Delhi is the headquarters of the Northern Railway. It’s an important junction for Indian railways. Old Delhi, New Delhi, Anand Vihar railway terminal, Nizamuddin and Sarai Rohilla are the five prominent railway stations in the city.
Delhi has excellent road connectivity through five National Highways – 1, 2, 8, 10, and 24 connecting it to all the major Indian cities. It’s connected to Gurgaon by the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway and to the neighboring industrial town of Faridabad by The Delhi-Faridabad Skyway. The Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and the DND Flyway are the other roads connecting Delhi to the neighboring towns.
The city has a rapid transit system in the form of Delhi Metro which connects it to Noida, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, and Faridabad. Delhi Metro was India’s first modern public transportation system and led the way for many other such projects to be unfurled.
Delhi Civic Administration

The National Capital Territory of Delhi comprises 9 districts, 3 statutory towns, the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC), and the Delhi Cantonment Board (DCB); 59 census towns, 27 tehsils and 300 villages.
The five local municipal corporations in Delhi are NDMC, DCB, East Delhi Municipal Corporation, South Delhi Municipal Corporation and North Delhi Municipal Corporation.
The city-state hosts the Delhi High Court, the Supreme Court of India and other subordinate courts.
For administrative purposes, Delhi is divided into 9 police zones comprising 95 local police stations.
The Parliament of India, Rashtrapati Bhavan is also situated in Delhi.

Delhi Infrastructure

Infrastructure development in Delhi has been occurring at a rapid pace. The result is that it’s attracting multinational corporations (MNCs) from across the globe. Right from connectivity to healthcare, infrastructure in Delhi has been moving positively.

Primary infrastructure like new roads, bridges, flyovers and healthcare facilities are being developed and maintained quite regularly. The educational infrastructure of Delhi has always been remarkable, thanks to the network of top-notch colleges and universities to choose from. Delhi Real estate has benefited from the growth of this infrastructure.

The Delhi Master Plan 2021 contains major government proposals intended towards revamping architecture including extension of existing commercial areas in the city and constructing new multistoried buildings. This will give boost to Delhi real estate.

Infrastructure Projects

Name Of The Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Delhi-Faridabad Elevated Expressway Project (NH-2)

Delhi to Haryana at Badarpur

Completed on November 29, 2010

The expressway caters to a very high traffic volume and reduces travel time by over 40 minutes.

Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor

Regions lying on the route from Delhi to Mumbai and covering states Delhi-NCR, U.P., Haryana, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Maharashtra

2019

An industrial zone spanning six states across India is being developed. A major expansion of industry and infrastructure will take place in the states along the route of the corridor.

Delhi-Meerut Expressway

Delhi, Meerut, Haridwar, Dehradun

Commuters will be able to travel from Delhi to Meerut in 45-60 minutes. The time required in traveling to Haridwar and Dehradun would also reduce by an hour.

Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure Project

Delhi

Under Development

This project will help keep a check on illegal construction. Encroachments and unauthorized constructions can be easily monitored and detected through this system.

Delhi Real Estate

The Delhi real estate market boasts of world-class infrastructure and is one of the largest job creating clusters. Therefore, it constantly attracts investments.
The realty segment in Delhi is largely end-user driven. The end-users typically comprise businessmen and service class professionals.
The Delhi micro-market is witnessing ample redevelopment projects. Independent villas and row houses in delhi have a strong presence and the concept of builder floors is prevalent.

 

All Localities in Delhi

Adarsh Nagar,AIIMS,Ajmeri Gate,Alipur,Anand Parbat,Anand Vihar,Arjun Nagar,Ashram,Asian Games Village Complex,Azad Nagar,Azadpur,Babarpur,Badli,Bapa Nagar,Barakhamba Road,Bawana,Begumpur,Ber Sarai,Bhagwan Das Road,Bharat Nagar,Bhikaji Cama Place,Bhogal,Bijwasan,Brahmpuri,Budh Vihar,Burari,Chaman Vihar,Chanakyapuri,Chandni Chowk,Chawri Bazar,Chhatarpur,Chirag Delhi,Civil Lines,Connaught Place,C R Park,Dabri,Daryaganj,Defence Colony,Devli,Dhaula Kuan,Dilshad Garden,Dwarka,Dwarka Sector-1,Dwarka Sector-10,Dwarka Sector 11,Dwarka Sector 12,Dwarka Sector 13,Dwarka Sector 14,Dwarka Sector 15,Dwarka Sector 16,Dwarka Sector 17,Dwarka Sector 18,Dwarka Sector 19,Dwarka Sector 20,Dwarka Sector 22,Dwarka Sector 23,Dwarka Sector 27,Dwarka Sector 3,Dwarka Sector 4,Dwarka Sector 5,Dwarka Sector 6,Dwarka Sector 7,Dwarka Sector 8,Dwarka Sector 9,East Of Kailash,Fatehpur Beri,Gagan Vihar,Gautam Nagar,Geeta Colony,Ghazipur,Ghitorni,Gokalpur,Golf Links,Gole Market,Govindpuri,Govindpuri Extension,Greater Kailash I,Green Park,GTB Enclave,G T B Nagar,Gujranwala Town,Gulabi Bagh,Gulmohar Park,Hari Nagar,Hauz Khas,Nizamuddin,Inder Enclave,Inderlok,Inderpuri,Indraprastha Estate,Indraprastha Extension,Jahangir Puri,Janakpuri,Jangpura,Jasola,Jhandewalan,Johripur,Jor Bagh,LOCALITY,Kailash Colony,Kalkaji,Kamla Nagar,Kapashera,Karkardooma,Karampura,Karawal Nagar,Karol Bagh,Kashmiri Gate,Katwaria Sarai,Keshavpuram,Khajoori Khas,Khan Market,Khanpur,Khureji,Lado Sarai,Lajpat Nagar,Lakshmi Bai Nagar,Lal Kuan,Lodi Colony,Madangir,Madanpur Khadar,Maharani Bagh,Mahavir Enclave,Mahipalpur,Maidangarhi,Malviya Nagar,Mandawali,Mandi House,Manglapuri,Mangolpuri,Mayapuri,Mayur Vihar,Mayur Vihar Phase 1,Mayur Vihar Phase 2,Mayur Vihar Phase 3,Mehrauli,Model Town,Moti Bagh,Moti Nagar,Mukherjee Nagar,Mundka,Munirka,Najafgarh,Nangloi,Naraina,Narela,Navjeevan Vihar,Nawada,Neb Sarai,Nehru Place,New Ashok Nagar,New Friends Colony,Nirman Vihar,Okhla,Pahar Ganj,Palam,Pandav Nagar,Paschim Vihar,Patparganj,Pira Garhi,Pitampura,Pragati Maidan,Preet Vihar,Punjabi Bagh,Pushp Vihar,Rajouri Garden,Ramesh Nagar,Rithala,R K Puram,Rohini,Rohini Extension,Rohini Sector 1,Rohini Sector 10,Rohini Sector 11,Rohini Sector 12,Rohini Sector 13,Rohini Sector 14,Rohini Sector 15,Rohini Sector 16,Rohini Sector 17,Rohini Sector 18,Rohini Sector 19,Rohini Sector 2,Rohini Sector 20,Rohini Sector 21,Rohini Sector 22,Rohini Sector 23,Rohini Sector 24,Rohini Sector 25,Rohini Sector 28,Rohini Sector 3,Rohini Sector 30,Rohini Sector 32,Rohini Sector 4,Rohini Sector 6,Rohini Sector 7,Rohini Sector 8,LOCALITY,Rohini Sector 9,Sadar bazar,Sadiq Nagar,Safdarjung Enclave,Saket,Sarai Kale Khan,Sarai Rohilla,Sarita Vihar,Sarojini Nagar,Satbari,Savita Vihar,Savitri Nagar,Sheikh Sarai,Shadipur,Shahdara,Shakarpur,Shakti Nagar,Shalimar Bagh,Shastri Park,Seemapuri,Soami Nagar,Sonia Vihar,South Extension Part 1,South Extension Part 2,Sukhdev Vihar,Sultanpuri,Sundar Nagar,Tagore Garden,Tilak Marg,Tilak nagar,Timarpur,Tis hazari,Trilokpuri,Tri Nagar,Tughlakabad,Uttam Nagar,Vasant Kunj,Vasant Vihar,Vasundhara Enclave,Vigyan Vihar,Vikas Kunj,Vikas Puri,Vinod Nagar East,Vinod Nagar West,Vishal Enclave,Vivek Vihar,Wazirabad,West Enclave,Yamuna Vihar,Yojana Vihar,Yusuf Sarai,Vaishali,Loknayakpuram,Mayur Vihar Phase 1 Extension,Rohini Sector 29,Dwarka Sector 16 B,Laxmi Nagar,Shastri Nagar,Kirti Nagar,Dwarka Sector 28,Kanjhawala,Kakrola,Dera Mandi,Ashok Vihar,Dwarka Mor,Dwarka Sector 2,Dashrath Puri,Bindapur,Dwarka Sector 19B,Rohini Sector 27,Dwarka Sector 26,Panchsheel Park,Seelampur,Rohini Sector 35,Jharoda Majra Burari,Batla house,Akshar Dham,Aya Nagar,Dwarka Sector 21,Chhawla,Rajender Nagar,Chokhandi,Delhi Cantoment,Patel Nagar,Wazirpur,Subhash Nagar,Bhajanpura,Siri Fort,Kalindi Kunj,Badarpur,Siraspur,Ganesh Nagar,Harsh Vihar,Balbir Nagar,Rani Bagh,Mukundpur,Krishna Nagar,Sangam Vihar,LOCALITY,Malka Ganj,Lawrence Road,Jamia Nagar,Sainik Farm,Vijay Vihar,Gandhi Nagar,Fateh Nagar,Khirki Extension,Pulpahladpur,Roop Nagar,Sant Nagar,Bali Nagar,Raja Garden,Jhilmil Colony,Matiala,Rohini Sector 34,Raj Nagar,Razapur Khurd,Tilangpur Kotla,Bhalswa,Vishnu Garden,Qutub Vihar,Prem Nagar,Dwarka Sector 16 A,Nilothi,Kalyan Vihar,Sultanpur,Bakhtawarpur,Chittaranjan Park,Sidhartha Nagar,Kidwai Nagar,Adchini,Karala,Ashok Nagar,Bahapur,Bakkar Wala,Hastsal,Mustafabad,Sri Niwaspuri,Sunlight Colony,Freedom Fighter Enclave,Vijay Nagar,Greater Kailash II,Greater Kailash III,Alaknanda,Kalu Sarai,Panchsheel Enclave,Goyla Village,Mansarover Garden,Dakshinpuri,Sagar Pur,Shakurpur,Kondli,Jaitpur,Rohini Sector-36,Deenpur,Rohini Sector-37,Daya Basti,Gopalpur Village,Rangpuri,Khera Kalan,Nangal Raya,Singhu,Mithapur,Dwarka Sector 24,Ranhola,Rohini Sector 38,Kair,Sawda,L Zone,Ranjeet Nagar,Dummy,Village Mandoli,Mohan Garden,Neeti Bagh,Shanti Niketan,Safdarjung Development Area,Green Park Extension,Hauz Khas Enclave,Uday Park,Mandi Hills,Ranaji Enclave,Central Secretariat,Swasthya Vihar,IP Estate,Akbarpur Majra,Ansari Nagar East,Chittaranjan,India Gate,Lodi Road,New Mustafabad,Qutabgarh,Shakur Basti,Tagore Garden Extension,Jhuljhuli,West End Colony

Delhi

 

Delhi, also known as the National Capital Territory of India, is the capital of the country. It is India’s only city-state that envelops other cities such as Noida, Greater Noida, Gurgaon, Alwar, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and other nearby cities and towns. Delhi is now the world’s second most populous city and the largest Indian city in terms of area. Property in Delhi is one of the most expensive in the country.

Surrounded by the states of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh and located on the banks of the river Yamuna, Delhi is a major commercial center of the north. It has a rich and diverse history, spending most of its time as a capital under the rule of various kingdoms and empires. It has been rebuilt several times during its history and has had an altering geographical boundary. For this reason, it is called the city of cities.

Delhi real estate has witnessed rapid progress in infrastructure and development. The city has excellent and improving connectivity. Certain industries such as IT, Knowledge Process Outsourcing, and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) have shown tremendous growth over the last few years creating new employment opportunities for the city’s growing population.

Stats and Facts

The population of Delhi, as per the Census report of 2011, stands at 1.68 crores.

The population of Delhi, as per the Census report of 2011, stands at 1.68 crores.

According to the same report, the sex ratio in Delhi is 868 per 1000 males, which is well below the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males. There is, however, a definite increase in sex ratio from the previous counting that occurred in 2001.

Delhi has a literacy rate of 86.21%, according to the Census of 2011. This number indicates an upward trend since literacy rate stood at just 81.67% during the release of the previous Census report in 2001.

Yamuna is a major river flowing right through Delhi.

Delhi is vulnerable to earthquakes as it lies in India’s seismic zone-IV.

It finds a place in the mythical tale of Mahabharata, as it was the site of ancient Indraprastha, the capital of the Pandavas.
Although Delhi is a union territory, it closely resembles a state because it has a legislature, executive council of ministers headed by a Chief Minister and a high court.
Key Projects in Delhi are Vanshi Capital Paradiso, Vertical Ripple Residency, Gemstar Home 2.
Most popular Delhi real estate searches are flats in delhi, 1 bhk flat in delhi, plots in delhi, 2 bhk flat in delhi, flats for rent in delhi, 3 bhk flats in delhi.
Ghaziabad, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Noida.
The Tertiary Sector

The tertiary sector is the largest contributor to the Delhi’s gross State Domestic Product (SDP), at 70.95%, as confirmed by the Economic Survey of Delhi 2005-06.
Key service industries comprising this sector are IT and telecommunications, banking, tourism, media, and hotels. Real estate and health & community services are also important to Delhi’s economy.
The city attracts considerable foreign investment, thanks to the availability of skilled labor and the large consumer market in the city. Property in delhi has seen good chunk of this investment overtime.
Delhi’s prominence as a trade center is also noteworthy. It’s favored by being located in the trade route extending from Punjab to the Gangetic plains.

Connectivity

The domestic and international travelers can reach Delhi via air through the Indira Gandhi International Airport. IGI Terminal 3 is regarded as one of the world’s largest buildings. With 35 million passengers using the airport during 2012-13, Delhi IGI airport is among the busiest in South Asia.
Delhi is the headquarters of the Northern Railway. It’s an important junction for Indian railways. Old Delhi, New Delhi, Anand Vihar railway terminal, Nizamuddin and Sarai Rohilla are the five prominent railway stations in the city.
Delhi has excellent road connectivity through five National Highways – 1, 2, 8, 10, and 24 connecting it to all the major Indian cities. It’s connected to Gurgaon by the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway and to the neighboring industrial town of Faridabad by The Delhi-Faridabad Skyway. The Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and the DND Flyway are the other roads connecting Delhi to the neighboring towns.
The city has a rapid transit system in the form of Delhi Metro which connects it to Noida, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, and Faridabad. Delhi Metro was India’s first modern public transportation system and led the way for many other such projects to be unfurled.

 

All Localities in Delhi

Adarsh Nagar,AIIMS,Ajmeri Gate,Alipur,Anand Parbat,Anand Vihar,Arjun Nagar,Ashram,Asian Games Village Complex,Azad Nagar,Azadpur,Babarpur,Badli,Bapa Nagar,Barakhamba Road,Bawana,Begumpur,Ber Sarai,Bhagwan Das Road,Bharat Nagar,Bhikaji Cama Place,Bhogal,Bijwasan,Brahmpuri,Budh Vihar,Burari,Chaman Vihar,Chanakyapuri,Chandni Chowk,Chawri Bazar,Chhatarpur,Chirag Delhi,Civil Lines,Connaught Place,C R Park,Dabri,Daryaganj,Defence Colony,Devli,Dhaula Kuan,Dilshad Garden,Dwarka,Dwarka Sector-1,Dwarka Sector-10,Dwarka Sector 11,Dwarka Sector 12,Dwarka Sector 13,Dwarka Sector 14,Dwarka Sector 15,Dwarka Sector 16,Dwarka Sector 17,Dwarka Sector 18,Dwarka Sector 19,Dwarka Sector 20,Dwarka Sector 22,Dwarka Sector 23,Dwarka Sector 27,Dwarka Sector 3,Dwarka Sector 4,Dwarka Sector 5,Dwarka Sector 6,Dwarka Sector 7,Dwarka Sector 8,Dwarka Sector 9,East Of Kailash,Fatehpur Beri,Gagan Vihar,Gautam Nagar,Geeta Colony,Ghazipur,Ghitorni,Gokalpur,Golf Links,Gole Market,Govindpuri,Govindpuri Extension,Greater 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Durgapur

 

Durgapur is a city in the Burdwan district of the Indian state of West Bengal. Designed by Joseph Allen Stein and Benjamin Polk, this industrial township is one of the most industrialized cities in eastern India and is home to one of the largest industrial units in the state.

Geographically, Durgapur lies on the banks of the river Damodar and is close to largest coalfields in the Ranigunj-Dhanbad area. Amongst the faster growing cities in West Bengal, Durgapur is known for its integrated steel plants such as the very famous Durgapur Steel Plant. For this reason, the city of Durgapur is referred to as the Steel City.

However, Durgapur is not only famous for the production of steel but also for its rice fields and is considered to be one of the largest production zones of the country.

The industrial sector in Durgapur attracts a lot of people from across India. Thanks to the swift development in segments like infrastructure, industry, IT and ITES firms and education, Durgapur has seen a sharp growth in the real estate market.

Stats and Facts

Stats and Facts

The population of Durgapur, as per the provisional reports of the 2011 census, is 5,66,937. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 5,81,409.

As per the census 2011 reports, Durgapur has a sex ratio of 926 per 1000 males.

The same reports indicates an average literacy rate in the city at 87.84%.

Durgapur Steel Plant, one of the integrated plants of Steel Authority of India Limited, is located here.
Durgapur is home to a large number of electronic media houses next only to Kolkata and Guwahati.
Nilkontha Mukherjee, a famous poet and musician of 18th century was from Durgapur.
The official language of Durgapur is Bengali. Other widely spoken languages include Hindi and English.

Strong Industry Presence

The city is called the Steel City because of the rich steel industry. The famous Durgapur Steel Plant, one of the integrated steel plants of Steel Authority of India Limited, has played a historically important part in the industrial development of India.
Besides steel, the city also manufactures bricks and tiles, coal-mining machinery, and coke gas.
The city of Durgapur is a distribution point for hydroelectric power generated by the dams on the river Damodar.
The district is home to the first fertilizer plant in West Bengal.
Small industries in the region include cutlery, clay image making, cart-making, dairy, gold and silver smithy, lime making, leatherwork, carpentry and so on.
Software services have also been growing rapidly in this region with many IT companies investing in the city.

Connectivity

The nearest international airport to Durgapur is Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport which is 175 km away. Being the largest airport in Eastern India, the airport connects Kolkata to other cities and countries.
National Highway 2 (NH-2), also known as the Grand Trunk Road, and State Highway 9 (SH-9) pass through the city jurisdiction. National Highway 60 (NH-60) also connects Durgapur with Orissa and South India.
Just like by road, Durgapur can be easily reached by rail. The city is well connected to almost all major places of Bengal and also to various cities in India.

 

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Chennai

 

Chennai, was popularly known as Madras till 1996, is the 4th (largest) metropolitan city of India. It’s located on the Coromandel Coast and serves as the capital of Tamil Nadu state. Chennai was named from Chennaipatanam which got its name from the ruler of this region Dhamara Chennapa Nayukudu. Chennai is known as the gateway of the south. The rapid growth in economy and industrial activities has led to the migration of loads of people from different parts of Tamil Nadu and India.

Demographics:

The provisional population census of 2011 count says that the population of Chennai is 8,696,010 with a density of 204 per hectare. It experiences a rapid rise in population due to the natural increase and also the higher rate of in-migration. The population growth rate is 7.77 % in the year in the last decade.

Connectivity:

Chennai is connected by golden quadrilateral system of highways. It s connected to the other parts of India by NH-4 linking Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore in the west, NH-5 joining Buwaneshwar in the east, NH-45 also known as the GST road connecting Trichy and NH- 205 terminating at Mandapalle in Andhra Pradesh. It has two main railway terminals Chennai Central and Chennai Egmore. Further it’s connected by LRT from different parts of the city. The new metro project CMRL is also being constructed with two corridors linking the city’s different parts. The city is connected by two ports, Chennai port and Ennore port. The Chennai port is the second busiest container hub in India. The Chennai international airport located at Meenampakkam on GST Road.

Economy:

Chennai s economy is well balanced between manufacturing and service sector diversified into automobile, software, healthcare, hardware manufacturing and financial service industries. It is expected to grow to 100 million dollars economy by 2025. This is 2.5 times higher than the existing. Chennai s Tidel Park is the largest IT park built in Asia. Number of software companies have their offsets here with some having Chennai as their main base like Infosys. BMW and Ford also have their offices in Maraimalai Nagar which is a satellite town in suburbs of Chennai.

 

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Chandigarh

 

Chandigarh is a union territory and the capital city for the states of Punjab and Haryana. It is internationally renowned for being a showcase of architecture and also for being the first planned city in India, post-independence. As a result, Chandigarh real estate is thriving on the supply side, with planned housing projects widely prevalent.

The city has been designed by one of the pioneers of modern architecture, Le Corbusier. Other architects that were involved in the planning of Chandigarh were Jane Drew, Pierre Jeanneret and Maxwell Fry.

Stats And Facts

Chandigarh has a total population of 10,55,686, as of the provisional population data of Census India in 2011, and a total land area of 114 square kilometres. The population density as of 2011, is over 9,000. Of this, the female to male sex ratio skirts the 800:1000 range.

The literacy rate in Chandigarh is well above the national average, and has stayed above the 80% mark. As of the 2011 census, 86.7% of Chandigarh’s population is literate.

The literacy rate in Chandigarh is well above the national average, and has stayed above the 80% mark. As of the 2011 census, 86.7% of Chandigarh’s population is literate.

The city also has a low percentage of the total population dwelling in slum areas, when compared to benchmark cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad. This reflects a development of the real estate and housing markets in Chandigarh through public as well as private projects.

Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park Phase-I is a special economic zone and it has put Chandigarh on the international business scene, with IT companies like Infosys, Net-Solutions, Virsa, Taurusagile and IBM setting up shop there in the first year.

The University of Frazer Valley, Wayne State University and the Design Institute of Milan are some of the internationally acclaimed universities that want to set up base in Chandigarh.

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Tertiary Sector

The tertiary or services sector is the top sector in Chandigarh.
This sector contributed almost 77.14% of the city’s Gross State Domestic Product in the 2004-05 period, as per data from the Confederation of Indian Industry.
The trading, hotels and restaurant industry is the fastest growing industry in Chandigarh, contributing 29.85% to the GSDP during 2007-08.
Not far behind, the banking and Chandigarh real estate industry contributed 21.39% to the GSDP during 2007-08.
Since Chandigarh is the capital of two states, it has a booming banking sector, with 255 bank offices in the year 2006-07.

Connectivity

The Chandigarh Airport connects the city to other major cities in India, and a new international terminal is being constructed.
The Chandigarh Railway Network is a part of the Northern Railway zone of the Indian Railway network, and it links the city to major regions in the country. This has lead to a good appreciation for property in Chandigarh.
NH 21, which starts at the Punjab Mohali town border and goes up to the Haryana border, passes through Chandigarh.
Bus transport is operated from the Inter State Bus Terminals that are located in sectors 17 and 43 of the city.
As per a Study on Traffic and Transportation Policies and Strategies in Urban Areas in India, by the Ministry of Urban Development, the public transport accessibility index of Chandigarh is higher than that of Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chennai and Delhi.
The Chandigarh Transport Undertaking’s fleet stands strong at 517 buses, with 100 buses having been added under the JnNURM scheme.
Chandigarh’s metro rail project is set to be completed by 2018

 

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Chandigarh

 

Chandigarh is a union territory and the capital city for the states of Punjab and Haryana. It is internationally renowned for being a showcase of architecture and also for being the first planned city in India, post-independence. As a result, Chandigarh real estate is thriving on the supply side, with planned housing projects widely prevalent.

The city has been designed by one of the pioneers of modern architecture, Le Corbusier. Other architects that were involved in the planning of Chandigarh were Jane Drew, Pierre Jeanneret and Maxwell Fry.

Stats And Facts

Chandigarh has a total population of 10,55,686, as of the provisional population data of Census India in 2011, and a total land area of 114 square kilometres. The population density as of 2011, is over 9,000. Of this, the female to male sex ratio skirts the 800:1000 range.

Chandigarh has a total population of 10,55,686, as of the provisional population data of Census India in 2011, and a total land area of 114 square kilometres. The population density as of 2011, is over 9,000. Of this, the female to male sex ratio skirts the 800:1000 range.

The literacy rate in Chandigarh is well above the national average, and has stayed above the 80% mark. As of the 2011 census, 86.7% of Chandigarh’s population is literate.

The city also has a low percentage of the total population dwelling in slum areas, when compared to benchmark cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Hyderabad. This reflects a development of the real estate and housing markets in Chandigarh through public as well as private projects.

Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Technology Park Phase-I is a special economic zone and it has put Chandigarh on the international business scene, with IT companies like Infosys, Net-Solutions, Virsa, Taurusagile and IBM setting up shop there in the first year.

The University of Frazer Valley, Wayne State University and the Design Institute of Milan are some of the internationally acclaimed universities that want to set up base in Chandigarh.

Popular properties in Chandigarh are: flats in chandigarh, 1 bhk flat in chandigarh, plots in chandigarh, 2 bhk flat in chandigarh, flats for rent in chandigarh, 3 bhk flats in chandigarh.
Tertiary Sector

The tertiary or services sector is the top sector in Chandigarh.
This sector contributed almost 77.14% of the city’s Gross State Domestic Product in the 2004-05 period, as per data from the Confederation of Indian Industry.
The trading, hotels and restaurant industry is the fastest growing industry in Chandigarh, contributing 29.85% to the GSDP during 2007-08.
Not far behind, the banking and Chandigarh real estate industry contributed 21.39% to the GSDP during 2007-08.
Since Chandigarh is the capital of two states, it has a booming banking sector, with 255 bank offices in the year 2006-07.

Connectivity

The Chandigarh Airport connects the city to other major cities in India, and a new international terminal is being constructed.
The Chandigarh Railway Network is a part of the Northern Railway zone of the Indian Railway network, and it links the city to major regions in the country. This has lead to a good appreciation for property in Chandigarh.
NH 21, which starts at the Punjab Mohali town border and goes up to the Haryana border, passes through Chandigarh.
Bus transport is operated from the Inter State Bus Terminals that are located in sectors 17 and 43 of the city.
As per a Study on Traffic and Transportation Policies and Strategies in Urban Areas in India, by the Ministry of Urban Development, the public transport accessibility index of Chandigarh is higher than that of Bangalore, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chennai and Delhi.
The Chandigarh Transport Undertaking’s fleet stands strong at 517 buses, with 100 buses having been added under the JnNURM scheme.
Chandigarh’s metro rail project is set to be completed by 2018
Chandigarh Civic Administration

The Municipal Corporation of Chandigarh came into being on 24th May, 1994 when the Punjab Municipal Corporation Act was extended to Chandigarh. The MCC takes care of the water supply, drainage, fire wing, sewerage, sanitation and property tax.
The Chandigarh Housing Board was formed in 1976 when the Haryana Housing Board Act was extended to the union territory of Chandigarh. It is responsible for the construction of the urban housing for the city.
The Chandigarh Industrial & Tourism Corporation takes care of the tourism and related industries.
As mentioned earlier, the Chandigarh Transport Undertaking is responsible for public transport within the city.
Chandigarh Infrastructure

Being a planned city, Chandigarh’s infrastructural growth has been steady. And due to this growth, it ranks first in India in terms of the Human Development Index, e-readiness as well as the quality of life. Chandigarh real estate is impacted by this due to the availability of basic amenities across the city, meaning investors as well as home owners have a solid infrastructural setup to rely on.

Infrastructure Projects

Name Of The Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Tech Park Phase-I

New Indira Colony, Subhash Nagar, Nava Vadaj

Completed

123 acres of land anchored by Infosys

Rajiv Gandhi Chandigarh Tech Park Phase-II

Kishangarh, Adarsh Nagar

Under Development

Includes a IT habitat being constructed under the PPP model

Conversion of bitumen roads to RCC roads

All

Under Development

A long term measure to improve road infrastructure

Chandigarh International Airport

Behlana, Tribune Colony, Hallo Majra

Dec-13

International flight facility has been installed in Chandigarh airport

Nehru Centre For Performing Arts

Sector 34

Under Development

State of the art convention centre set up to promote Chandigarh as a M.I.C.E. destination

Botanical Garden

Sarangpur, Rehabilitation Colony, MC Dhanas

Completed

75 species of medicinal trees and 55 species of medicinal herbs planted on 176 acres of land

Chandigarh Metro Phase-I

Jan Marg, Mohali, Panchkula, Sarangpur, Mullanpur

2018

Chandigarh metro will have 16 trains running, each of 4 coaches

Chandigarh Solar Project

All

Under Development

Chandigarh is set to be converted into a solar city

Chandigarh Real Estate

Apartments, townships and residential complexes quickly on the rise in Chandigarh, thereby good inventory of property for sale in Chandigarh is available.
Residential projects in Chandigarh are being set up by big names like Eldeco, DLF, Omaxe, Parsvnath and Unitech.
Presence of other realty giants like L & T, Mirage Infra and Godrej Properties in the commercial projects space.
2 BHK apartments in Chandigarh can be bought at 1,200 to 6,000 rupees per square foot while plots prices vary between 7,000 and 70,000 rupees per square yard, as of 2013.

 

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Chennai

 

Chennai, was popularly known as Madras till 1996, is the 4th (largest) metropolitan city of India. It’s located on the Coromandel Coast and serves as the capital of Tamil Nadu state. Chennai was named from Chennaipatanam which got its name from the ruler of this region Dhamara Chennapa Nayukudu. Chennai is known as the gateway of the south. The rapid growth in economy and industrial activities has led to the migration of loads of people from different parts of Tamil Nadu and India.

Demographics:

The provisional population census of 2011 count says that the population of Chennai is 8,696,010 with a density of 204 per hectare. It experiences a rapid rise in population due to the natural increase and also the higher rate of in-migration. The population growth rate is 7.77 % in the year in the last decade.

Connectivity:

Chennai is connected by golden quadrilateral system of highways. It s connected to the other parts of India by NH-4 linking Mumbai, Pune and Bangalore in the west, NH-5 joining Buwaneshwar in the east, NH-45 also known as the GST road connecting Trichy and NH- 205 terminating at Mandapalle in Andhra Pradesh. It has two main railway terminals Chennai Central and Chennai Egmore. Further it’s connected by LRT from different parts of the city. The new metro project CMRL is also being constructed with two corridors linking the city’s different parts. The city is connected by two ports, Chennai port and Ennore port. The Chennai port is the second busiest container hub in India. The Chennai international airport located at Meenampakkam on GST Road.

Administration:

Chennai’s city administration is governed by Chennai Corporation that was established in the year 1688. The region of Chennai is divided into north, south and central Chennai with its jurisdiction extending to 426 sq. km. CMDA, Chennai metropolitan development authority has jurisdiction spread over 1,192 sq.km which includes the peripheral areas of Chennai like OMR, GST roads.

Economy:

Chennai s economy is well balanced between manufacturing and service sector diversified into automobile, software, healthcare, hardware manufacturing and financial service industries. It is expected to grow to 100 million dollars economy by 2025. This is 2.5 times higher than the existing. Chennai s Tidel Park is the largest IT park built in Asia. Number of software companies have their offsets here with some having Chennai as their main base like Infosys. BMW and Ford also have their offices in Maraimalai Nagar which is a satellite town in suburbs of Chennai.

Infrastructure Projects:

Connectivity

Description

Expected Completion

Outer Ring road 1

Vandalur- Nazarathpet- Nemilicherry

The six lane highway is expected to decongest the3 city road by connecting the GST road with Chennai Bangalore highway and NH 205

2014

Outer Ring road 2

Nemilicherry- Nallur- Minjur

Will connect NH 205 with the Chennai-Kolkata highway and TPP road at Minjur through a six-lane highway

2016-2017

Chennai Metro Corridor I

Washerpet-Chennai Central station- Chennai Airport

Will enhance the connectivity between Chennai Airport and Central Chennai Via Guindy

2015

Chennai Metro Corridor II

Chennai central station- Anna nagar- Vadapalani- St. Thomas Mount

Will connect the heavy traffic route between city centre and St. Thomas Mount

2015

Chennai Monorail Corridor i

Vandalur- Velacherry

Better connectivity for Vandalur and thambaram with City centre via Velachery

2016-2017

Chennai Metro Corridor II

Poonamalle- Kathipara

Will connect west chennai via Porur

2016-2017

Chennai Metro Corridor III

Poonamalle- Vadapalani

Enhance connectivity of Poonamalle as vadapalani is also a node on metro corridor II

2016-2017

Chennai Real estate market

Chennai s residential properties is experiencing a steady growth in terms of price supply and absorption. Chennai s real estate shows a price appreciation of 7 % every year. The peripheral areas of Chennai namely properties in OMR, GST, Maraimalai nagar experience a rapid growth phase. Areas like Guindy, Rajiv Gandhi Salai, Velachery, Taramani are expected to have a huge demand for residential unit supply due to the lack of land in the centre of the city. Commercially Guindy, Perungudi and Velachery are the micro markets that are going witness the hype due to the upcoming malls and other social infrastructure. The major changes are due to the fact that large number of MNCs and over 500 other companies have their bases set up in chennai. This drives a major demand in quality office space for IT, automobile and manufacturing companies. Around 45,162 properties for sale in Chennai. The real estate market in Chennai is distributed around 80% residential, 17 % commercial and 3% of retailing. The high end side rental commercial places are in T.Nagar, Nungampakkam and Anna nagar. The rent in these micro markets are 90 rupees to 115 rupees per sq.ft.

 

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Agra

 

Located on the banks of the river Yamuna, Agra is a city in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. While the national capital Delhi lies 200 km to its north, the state capital Lucknow is located 363 km to its east.

Agra is a major tourist spot on the world map. One of the wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal is situated here, and attracts great number of tourists from across the globe. Other major tourist attractions in the city are the Fatehpur Sikri and Red Fort, which along with the Taj Mahal are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Nationally, Agra lies on the Golden Triangle tourist circuit, with Delhi and Jaipur completing the triangle.

Historically, Agra was a very important city. It was the capital of Hindustan under the Mughal rule. Three of the great Mughal emperors, namely Akbar, Jahangir, and Shah Jahan ruled from Agra until Shah Jahan shifted his capital to Shahjahanabad (Delhi).

Even today, Agra is still a very important city on the map, mainly for its historical significance and tourism.

Stats And Facts

As per the provisional reports of census 2011, the population of Agra stands at 15,74,542. The metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 17,46,467.
Agra registers a sex ratio of 853 per 1000 males. And the child sex ratio is 772 per 1000 boys.
The average literacy rate in Agra stands at 63.44%. The female and male literacy rates are 58.54% and 67.67%.
The city of Agra is the administrative headquarters of the Agra district.
Hindi, Urdu, and English are the primary languages spoken here.
Agra was referred to as Agrevana in the epic Mahabharata.
Hinduism, Islam, and Jainism are the major religions practiced here.
The important festivals celebrated in Agra are Eid-ul-Fitr, Diwali, Eid-ul-Adha, Taj Mahotsav, and Muharrum.

Economy of Agra: Agriculture, Industry, and Tourism

The economy of Agra is primarily agriculture-based. Wheat, Paddy, Bajra, and Mustard are the major crops.
Industry is a strong contributor to Agra’s economy, accounting for 40% of the total economy.
Approximately 7000 small-scale industry units are known to operate out of Agra. Iron foundries are popular, and the automobile industry is well established.
As a city that houses one of the wonders of the world, the Taj Mahal, and a host of other historical monuments, tourism brings in significant revenue for the city.

Connectivity

Agra Airport, also known as Kheria Air Force Station, is a public airport and air force military base serving the city of Agra. Air India caters to this airport and has flights to Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, and Khajuraho.
Agra has an outstanding connectivity by rail. It lies on the central train line between Delhi and Chennai as well as Delhi and Mumbai. Numerous trains, such as Bhopal Express, Tamil Nadu Express, Gondwana Express, Jabalpur-Jammutawi Express, connect Agra to most of the major cities across the country. Direct rail connectivity also exists to eastern Indian cities like Kolkata. Three railway stations serve Agra.
Agra is a strategically located city with respect to road connectivity. Agra connects to as many as six highways in the country, with three national highways and one expressway originating from Agra. The major roads are NH-2 and the Yamuna Expressway. Four major bus stands, namely Idgah Bus Stand, Inter State Bus Terminal (ISBT), Taj Depot, and Ford Depot connect Agra to other major cities in India.
The local transport comprises buses operated by the Agra Nagar Nigam, rickshaws, auto-rickshaws, and tongas.

 

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Ahmedabad

 

Once known as the Manchester of the East for its flourishing textile industry, Ahmedabad is a rapidly growing metropolitan city. Its located to the West of India, in the state of Gujarat. Lying on the banks of the historic river Sabarmati, its the seventh largest metropolitan area and the fifth largest city in India.

Ahmedabad real estate, as a sector, is an investors market. Among the several real estate projects lined up in the near future, Ahmedabad will see the towering presence of 22-storeyed residential skyscrapers in the coming year.

Despite the significant number of modern infrastructure projects approved for the city, Ahmedabad still retains the old world charm. Thanks to its rich historical heritage, the city still hosts traditional Persian architecture. The Ahmedabad real estate landscape, therefore, is a melting pot of the old and new.

Stats And Facts

Stats And Facts

Going by the provisional reports of Census India 2011, the population of Ahmedabad, as of 2011, stands at 5,570,585. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 6,352,254.

The sex ratio for Ahmedabad is 897 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio is 853 per 1000 boys. In comparison, the sex ratio of the country is 940 per 1000 males and the child sex ratio is 914 per 1000 boys, according to the Population Census of 2011.

The average literacy rate is 89.62%. The male and female literacy rates are 93.96% and 84.81% respectively.

Of all the cities that have a population exceeding 1 million, Ahmedabad has the lowest crime rate. For that reason among others, the Times of India ranked Ahmedabad as the best city to live, in 2012. In the same year, the market research firm IMRB called it the best mega-city. Ahmedabad was rated as the fastest growing city in India, by the Forbes magazine. In the year 2010, Forbes magazine featured an article that ranked Ahmedabad third in the list of next decades fastest growing cities in the world.
With the river Sabarmati having played such a crucial role in molding the city past and present, the Amdavad Municipal Corporation (AMC) has initiated the Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project. Its aimed at improving the environment conditions in the region and providing slum rehabilitation for the slum dwellers living at the river bank.

The Industrial Sector

Ahmedabad is a strong industrial base for sectors like textiles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and drugs, and agro and food processing industries.
The district of Ahmedabad contributes up to 60% of the total industrial productivity.
Arvind Mills, the world-famous company that processes denim for jeans globally, and Ashima Group, Indias leading 100% cotton fabric manufacturers, are situated in the city.
Besides the textile industry, Ahmedabad has a thriving pharmaceuticals and chemicals industry. Torrent Pharmaceuticals and Zydus Cadila, two of the biggest Indian pharmaceutical companies, are situated here.
The corporate headquarters of the detergent and chemical manufacturer, Nirma Group and the leading export trading company in India, Adani Group are situated in the city.

Connectivity

The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is situated only 15 km from the city center. From the railway station, the airport is situated just 8 km away.
One of the six operating divisions of the Western Railway, Ahmedabad connects to other major cities and all towns in Gujarat. The city main terminus is the Ahmedabad Railway Station, locally called the Kalupur Station.
The National Highway 8 connects Ahmedabad to Mumbai, Delhi and Gandhinagar. National Expressway 1, which is a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project, connects Ahmedabad to Vadodara.
The AMTS (Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Service) and the BRTS (Bus Rapid Transit System) buses form the network of public transport in Ahmedabad. The bus service is in operation from 6am to 11pm every day.
Presently, AMTS has 750 buses in operation.
The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy awarded BRTC with the Sustainable Transport Award in 2010 for reducing carbon emissions and making the service more accessible to the residents.
Ahmedabad Civic Administration

Administrative headquarters of the Ahmedabad district, Ahmedabad is administered by the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC). The AMC was established under the Bombay Provincial Corporation Act, 1949, in the year 1950. The corporation is headed by the Mayor.
The elected wing of the AMC comprises 4 statutory authorities, namely the Standing Committee, General Body, School Board Committee and Transport Committee. The other committees include the Water Supply and Sewerage Committee, Town Planning Committee and Tax Committee.
The residents of the city elect 192 municipal councilors through a popular vote. The elected councilors then elect the Mayor and Deputy Mayor of the city.
The city contains 64 wards in 5 zones.
The sub-urban areas of the city are administered by the Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA).
Two Members of Parliament represent Ahmedabad in the Lok Sabha, and 19 members of the Legislative Assembly for the Gujarat Vidhan Sabha.
Ahmedabad Infrastructure

It is common knowledge, even in international circles, that Ahmedabad pays special attention to the development of infrastructure. It was, in fact, the first city in India to execute the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model in development projects.
Ahmedabad has a strong foundation in basic infrastructure, especially the water supply system. The city has had a system of organized water supply, right from the 19th century days. Even today, the two sources of water surface and ground are being managed effectively. Commissioning of water sources has taken place as recently as 2004.
The power sector in Ahmedabad is also on solid ground. Its one of the few cities that have a privatized power sector. Torrent Power Ltd. is the company that generates and distributes power in the city. And for electricity, Ahmedabad banks on one of the oldest and well operated power stations in the country, Torrent Power thermal power station.
The focus of the city development authority, Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority has now shifted towards facilitating social infrastructure projects.
Infrastructure Projects

Name Of The Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Metrolink Express for Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar (MEGA)

Gandhinagar and Ahmedabad cities

Jul-17

Broad gauge-based mass-transit rail system, connecting Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar

National Highway Development Program, Phase – V

Kishangarh, Udaipur and Ahmedabad

Under Development

Six laning of the four-lane highway stretching from Kishangarh in Rajasthan through Udaipur to Ahmedabad in Gujarat

Development of Ring Road

Rajkot, Vadodara, Himatnagar and Gandhinagar

Under Development

The length of the 60-m Ring Road will be 76 km.

Housing For EWS (Economically Weaker Section)

Nandanvan, Gokul, Varjnagari, Murlidhar, Vastrapur, Sardarnagar,
Ranip,
Gopal,
Vrajvihar and
Giridhar

Under Construction

A total of 10,000 houses will be constructed under this project.

Construction of ITI Building

Memnagar

Under Development

The ITI will provide industrial training for women

Storm Water Disposal System &
Lake Development

Under Development

Lakes will be developed, and the different lakes will be interlinked through underground pipelines

Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project

The Sabarmati riverfront

Under Development

Environmental improvement, social upliftment and urban rejuvenation are the project targets.

Ahmedabad Real Estate Market

The real estate market in Ahmedabad has always been impressive. Its likely that the same will hold in the coming years.
There is been a tremendous supply side growth in the overall housing market, especially in the luxury housing segment.
The real estate market in Ahmedabad is investor-centric. This drives the developers and sellers to respond to the demand through discounts and offers.
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Localities

E-Governance Measures

Stamp Duty 5%
Property Registration 1%
In Ahmedabad, the Amdavad Municipal Corporation (AMC) levies property tax. The tax rate is INR 16 per square meter on residential properties and INR 28 per square meter on non-residential properties.
The Gujarat Water Supply and Sewerage Board is responsible for ensuring sustainable water supply in the state of Gujarat, including in Ahmedabad.
Slums and Chawls up to 25 sq. m. Nil
Residential property up to 50 sq. m. Rs 100
Residential property with area ranging from 50 sq. m. to 100 sq. m. Rs 200
Residential property with area over 100 sq. m. Rs 300
Bungalows, Tenements, and Raw Houses with area over 200 sq. m. Rs 1500
Industrial unit and factory, besides manufacturing and processing unit Rs 400
All other non-residential property Rs 600
All non-residential property with area exceeding 150 sq. m. Rs 1500
The Amdavad Municipal Corporation has taken ample e-governance measures that make the lives of the city residents convenient. People can visit the corporation website to pay such taxes as the property tax. Other services that people can access through the website include marriage registration, license, professional tax, birth and death registration, and so on.

 

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Ahmedabad

 

Once known as the Manchester of the East for its flourishing textile industry, Ahmedabad is a rapidly growing metropolitan city. Its located to the West of India, in the state of Gujarat. Lying on the banks of the historic river Sabarmati, its the seventh largest metropolitan area and the fifth largest city in India.

Ahmedabad real estate, as a sector, is an investors market. Among the several real estate projects lined up in the near future, Ahmedabad will see the towering presence of 22-storeyed residential skyscrapers in the coming year.

Despite the significant number of modern infrastructure projects approved for the city, Ahmedabad still retains the old world charm. Thanks to its rich historical heritage, the city still hosts traditional Persian architecture. The Ahmedabad real estate landscape, therefore, is a melting pot of the old and new.

Stats And Facts

Going by the provisional reports of Census India 2011, the population of Ahmedabad, as of 2011, stands at 5,570,585. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 6,352,254.

The sex ratio for Ahmedabad is 897 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio is 853 per 1000 boys. In comparison, the sex ratio of the country is 940 per 1000 males and the child sex ratio is 914 per 1000 boys, according to the Population Census of 2011.

The average literacy rate is 89.62%. The male and female literacy rates are 93.96% and 84.81% respectively.

Of all the cities that have a population exceeding 1 million, Ahmedabad has the lowest crime rate. For that reason among others, the Times of India ranked Ahmedabad as the best city to live, in 2012. In the same year, the market research firm IMRB called it the best mega-city. Ahmedabad was rated as the fastest growing city in India, by the Forbes magazine. In the year 2010, Forbes magazine featured an article that ranked Ahmedabad third in the list of next decades fastest growing cities in the world.

With the river Sabarmati having played such a crucial role in molding the city past and present, the Amdavad Municipal Corporation (AMC) has initiated the Sabarmati Riverfront Development Project. Its aimed at improving the environment conditions in the region and providing slum rehabilitation for the slum dwellers living at the river bank.

The Industrial Sector

Ahmedabad is a strong industrial base for sectors like textiles, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and drugs, and agro and food processing industries.
The district of Ahmedabad contributes up to 60% of the total industrial productivity.
Arvind Mills, the world-famous company that processes denim for jeans globally, and Ashima Group, Indias leading 100% cotton fabric manufacturers, are situated in the city.
Besides the textile industry, Ahmedabad has a thriving pharmaceuticals and chemicals industry. Torrent Pharmaceuticals and Zydus Cadila, two of the biggest Indian pharmaceutical companies, are situated here.
The corporate headquarters of the detergent and chemical manufacturer, Nirma Group and the leading export trading company in India, Adani Group are situated in the city.

Connectivity

The Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport is situated only 15 km from the city center. From the railway station, the airport is situated just 8 km away.
One of the six operating divisions of the Western Railway, Ahmedabad connects to other major cities and all towns in Gujarat. The city main terminus is the Ahmedabad Railway Station, locally called the Kalupur Station.
The National Highway 8 connects Ahmedabad to Mumbai, Delhi and Gandhinagar. National Expressway 1, which is a part of the Golden Quadrilateral project, connects Ahmedabad to Vadodara.
The AMTS (Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Service) and the BRTS (Bus Rapid Transit System) buses form the network of public transport in Ahmedabad. The bus service is in operation from 6am to 11pm every day.
Presently, AMTS has 750 buses in operation.
The Institute for Transportation and Development Policy awarded BRTC with the Sustainable Transport Award in 2010 for reducing carbon emissions and making the service more accessible to the residents.

 

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Amritsar

 

Amritsar is a famous city in the state of Punjab, which was earlier called Ramdaspur and Ambarsar. It gets its name from the Amrit Sarovar, the holy water body surrounding the beautiful Golden Temple. It’s one of the largest cities in Punjab and the administrative headquarters of the Amritsar district.

Having a significant Sikh population, this city is a spiritual center for the Sikhs. The city of Amritsar is known widely for the Golden Temple or Harmandir Sahib. It also houses houses the symbol of Sikh political sovereignty called Akal Takht and holiest text of Sikhism, the ‘Guru Granth Sahib’.

Known for its rich cuisine and vibrant culture, Amritsar is visited by a lot of tourists from all over the world. This city is also known for the tragic Jallianwala Bagh massacre in 1919. Amritsar has very narrow streets and is a very good example for the Katra style of introverted planning system, a defense system for when the city comes under an attack.

Stats and Facts

As per the census report of 2011, the population of Amritsar stands at 11, 32,761. But its urban agglomeration has a population of 11, 83,705

According to the same report, the sex ratio in Amritsar is 879 per 1000 males, which is well below the national average sex ratio of 940 per 1000 males. There is, however, a definite increase in sex ratio from the previous counting that occurred in 2001

Amritsar’s literacy rate is 85.27%, according to the 2011 census. This number indicates an amazing upward trend, as the literacy rate stood at just 67.85% during the release of the previous census report in 2001

Amritsar lies on the Grand Trunk Road (also known as NH-1), which connects the city to Delhi in India and Lahore in Pakistan

Tourism and Fabrics Industry

The tourism sector is the largest contributor to Amritsar’s economy. Lots of people from all over the world flock here, which boosts other industries apart from tourism
The Golden Temple alone attracts more visitors than the Taj Mahal in Agra. Even on weekdays, there are more than 1, 00,000 visitors. A lot of NRIs also visit here
Amritsar is also very famous for its Pashmina shawls. The manufacturing of silk goods, thick serge, and carpets form a major part of the industry, contributing to this city’s economy
Weaving carpets is also popular in Amritsar, and are mostly produced from inferior raw wool

Connectivity

Amritsar can be reached by domestic and international travelers by air through the Sri Guru Ram Dass Jee International Airport. More than 160 flights, both national and international, fly during the week. It’s connected to the metro cities in India, and cities abroad, like London Heathrow, Doha, and Dubai
Amritsar is connected by rail to most important cities in India. The main terminal station is the Amritsar Railway Station and has 6 platforms 1a, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. The Samjhota Express, a special train runs towards Wagah before moving on to Pakistan. A high-speed line is proposed, which will serve Delhi and Amritsar through Ambala
Located on the Grand Trunk Road (G.T. Road), better known as NH-1, Amritsar is very well connected by the road network to all the major cities in India as well as Lahore in Pakistan. There are buses that run frequently between Amritsar and surrounding cities like Delhi, Ambala, Patiala, Jammu, and Chandigarh. The expansion of the Amritsar-Jalandhar stretch of the G.T. Road to 4 lanes is the latest development
The intra-city transportation mostly takes place through cycle-rickshaws, auto-rickshaws, buses, and taxis. A mass rapid transport system is in the development stage, which is expected to help the current traffic situation

 

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Anantapur

 

Anantapur, one of the important stations for British army during second world war, is located in the state of Andhra Pradesh. It was earlier, the headquarters of Datta Mandalam in early sixteenth century.One of the noted resident of Anantapur is Neelam Sanjiva Reddy, the former president of India. Anantapur has a semi humid climate and remains hot most of the year. Average temperature in summer goes as high as 37 °C and in winter it goes down to 22 °C. As per 2011 census, the total population of Anantapur is around 262340. It is well connected to major cities in the country by NH 7 and 205. It also has connecting trains to other major cities in India.

 

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Aurangabad

 

Aurangabad is a city in the state of Maharashtra. It is the headquarters and principal city of the district of the same name. The city is a hub for tourism, with many important historical monuments located here. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Ajanta and Ellora caves are prime tourist attractions. Aurangabad is recognized as the Tourism Capital of Maharashtra for this reason.

Historically, Aurangabad was a powerful city under the rule of the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. The city derived its name from this powerful ruler’s name. Fast forward to today, Aurangabad is the fifth-largest city in the state and among the fastest growing cities in the India.

Stats and Facts

As per the provisional reports of the census 2011, Aurangabad’s population stands at 11,71,330. The metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 11,89,376.

Aurangabad records a sex ratio of 919 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio stands at 859 per 1000 boys.

Aurangabad records a sex ratio of 919 per 1000 males. Child sex ratio stands at 859 per 1000 boys.

The average literacy rate in Aurangabad is 89.13%. The average female and male literacy rates are 83.81% and 94.08% respectively.

Malik Ambar founded Aurangabad in 1610. The name of the city was Khidki, meaning window in Hindi, at the time.

Bibi-Ka-Maqbara is a prominent tourist attraction in Aurangabad, besides the Ajanta and Ellora caves. The monument was built in memory of Aurangzeb’s wife.

Hills surround the city in all directions. Annual average temperatures in Aurangabad range from 17°C to 33°C.

Marathi and Urdu are the languages spoken here.

Industry and Financial Services

Silk and cotton textile production were the primary contributors to the city’s economy in the past. Although they don’t play as big a part anymore, some manufacturers still continue to engage in silk and cotton textile production, creating a prominent industry.
Paithani silk saris are a major produce in Aurangabad.
The Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) has been actively engaging in acquiring new lands and setting up industrial estates. Waluj MIDC and Shendra MIDC are the major industrial areas in and around the city.
The industrial regions in and around the city comprise such big companies as Audi India, Bajaj Auto, Johnson & Johnson, Baxter, Siemens, Videocon, Goodyear, Colgate-Palmolive, and Wockhardt.
The establishment of the Central Bank of India in Aurangabad in the year 1933 ushered the rich tradition of banking in the city. Some of the major public and private sector banks, such as State Bank of India, Citibank India, HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, and Bank of Maharashtra, have set up branches in the city.
The city hosts a Regional Rural Bank (RRB) called Maharashtra Godavari Gramin Bank.

Connectivity

Aurangabad Airport in the city ensures air connectivity with several major Indian cities, including Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Pune, Nagpur, and Hyderabad.
The Aurangabad station lies on a section of the South Central Railway zone of the Indian Railways. It connects the city to Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Gwalior, Pune, Nagpur, Bhopal, Nasik, and other major cities by rail.
The extensive road network connects Aurangabad to other major cities. National Highway 221 (NH-221) passes through the city and connects Solapur and Dhule. The city’s connectivity by road is set to expand with the development of new highways.
Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) and many private bus operators cater to the intra-city as well as inter-city travel needs of the local public. MSRTC also operates an Aurangabad City Bus for the public to travel within the city.
Aurangabad Civic Administration

Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) is the local body responsible for the governance and administration of the city of Aurangabad. The corporation comprises six zones.
The city comprises 99 electoral wards. People from each ward vote for an individual to represent the ward. The elected individual becomes the corporator of the ward.
The mayor and chairman are in-charge of two important committees. The former heads the General Body, while the latter heads the Standing Committee.
An I.A.S. officer heads the administration as a municipal commissioner.
Aurangabad Infrastructure

The two important facets of Aurangabad are tourism and industry. Both these sectors drive infrastructure development in the city. Several regions of Aurangabad are highly industrialized, with MIDC having established as many as five industrial estates.

Aurangabad has stable transport connectivity, and things are definitely looking upwards in this area. The demand for direct rail connectivity to more major cities is increasing. This trend is likely to fuel further rail infrastructure development in the future. In terms of road connectivity, the development of a Nagpur-Aurangabad-Mumbai expressway is in progress.

The social infrastructure in the city is also quite impressive. Aurangabad is a major education center for the Deccan region. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) has more than 100 colleges affiliated to it. The municipal corporation and many private trusts also run schools offering quality education in the city.

Infrastructure Projects

Name Of The Project

Impact Areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

National Highways Development Project Phase-IV – Widening of the Aurangabad-Yedeshi Section of NH-211

Aurangabad, Jalna, Beed, and Osmanabad districts

Under Development

This section of the highway, a vital link between NH-3 and NH-4 in Maharashtra, will be widened to a 190-km four-lane highway.

Ramai Awas Yojana

Aurangabad City

Completed

A housing project for the economically weaker section of the city

Power Transmission Capacity Line

Wardha, Aurangabad

Under Development

The 400-km stretch between Wardha and Aurangabad will host the world’s highest capacity power transmission line, of 1200 kW. The Power Grid Corporation of India will develop this.

Rail Wheel Factory

Aurangabad

2015

A Czech wheel and axle manufacturing company called Bonatrans will be responsible for constructing this factory. The proposed factory will produce 20,000 wheel sets and 5,000 axles in a year. The supply will be increased to 50,000 annually.

Aurangabad Real Estate Market

The property trend in Aurangabad is picking up, with the city fast turning into a tourist spot for travelers across the world.
Aurangabad is attracting plenty of entertainment and retail outlets in the city. Fame, Prozone Liberty, and PVR are already established in the city. More hypermarkets, multi-retail brand stores, shopping complexes, and multiplexes are on their way in Aurangabad.
The trend of establishing residential townships has also caught on in the city.

 

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Bangalore

 

Bangalore lies in the southeast of the South Indian state of Karnataka. After Mumbai and Delhi, Bangalore is India’s third most populated city with fastest growth in Real estate. Bangalore can be classified into five zones-North, East, West, South and Central.

Bangalore, capital city of Karnataka got its name from Kannada word “benda kaalu ooru” which means “boiled beans.” The story behind the name was once the king Veera Ballala of the Vijayanagara kingdom lost his way when returning from hunting and stopped at a lonely cottage. The old woman, who stayed in the cottage, offered boiled beans. King loved the hospitality of old women and grateful to her, King named the city “bende kaalu ooru” which later known Bengaluru and then to Bangalore.

The city got many nicknames for its outstanding lifestyles such as “garden city” for well-planned open spaces and “pensioner’s paradise” for good climate. Bangalore was titled “Silicon Valley” after the IT/ITeS industries mushroomed. However, with the boom in Bangalore real estate, the city may be losing its green cover.

Bangalore is one of the most sought after city with the rapid growth of Industrial sector and Service Sectors in India leading to high demand for property in Bangalore. Bangalore real estate is one of the prime real estate destinations and demand is driven by the end user. The five pillars of Bangalor’s economy are Information Technology (IT), Biotechnology, Telecom, small and medium scale industrial parks such as Peenya and Jigani, large establishments by public sector companies such as Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Bharat Electronics Limited, Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) and Hindustan Machine Tools (HMT). Bangalore is India’s fourth largest fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) market.

Key Projects in Bangalore are Sobha Habitech, Sobha City, Sobha Landscape Phase I & II, Sobha Indraprastha, Sobha Halcyon, Sobha Forest View, Sobha Marvella, Sobha Eternia, Sobha Dewflower, Sobha Lifestyle Legacy, Sobha The Park, Salarpuria Celesta, Salarpuria Greenage Phase II, Salarpuria Sattva Divinity, Salarpuria Sattva Cadenza, Salarpuria Greenage, Salarpuria Sattva East Crest, Brigade Northridge, Brigade Omega, Brigade Lakefront, Brigade Caladium, Brigade Golden Triangle, Brigade Orchards Parkside, Brigade Orchards Deodar, Brigade Meadows, Brigade Orchards Cedar Block, Brigade Wisteria, Brigade Crescent, Brigade Panorama, Brigade Exotica, Brigade Altamont, Bren Palms, Bren Edgewaters, Bren Woods, Bren Imperia, Bren Trillium, Bren Starlight, Bhartiya City Nikoo Homes II, Embassy Springs, Artha Neo Midas, Prestige Song Of The South, Unishire Verzure, Unishire Palazzo, Unishire Terraza, Bren Palms, Shriram Chirping Woods, Shapoorji Pallonji Parkwest Phase 2, RJ Lake Gardenia.

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Demographics:

The city represents the true cosmopolitan outlook with migration from all over the country that has been driving growth of population as the city witnessed highest growth of population compared to all other metro cities in India. This has led to explosive growth of property in Bangalore. Demand for Bangalore Real estate has been fueled by this large number of migrant population.

When compared with Bangalore’s population 2001, in 2011, the city’s population growth is 47.18%, growth of 30 lakh. Density of Bangalore district for 2011 is 4,381 people per sq. km which was at 2,985 people per sq. km. in previous decade.

New job opportunities and cosmopolitan culture of the city leads to growth of population. Bangalore witnessed migration of 2.09 million people in 2001.

Information Technology

After US cities like San Francisco, Boston and British capital London, Bangalore stands as 4th largest technology cluster. IT/ITeS sector generates more than two third jobs In Bangalore with presence of leading IT companies of the world, including Infosys, Wipro, Tata Consultancy Services, Oracle, Dell, IBM, Microsoft, Accenture, Cognizant, etc.
Electronics City and Whitefield are two main cluster for Bangalore’s IT industry. Besides, the city has 27 Special Economic Zones. Due to these clusters, the pressure on Central Business District (CBD) like MG Road is reduced. The emergence of outer ring road has taken office space market to another level. The outer ring road stretch from Marathalli to Silk Board accounts for more than a 70% of grade-A office supply.

Connectivity

The city connects other parts of Karnataka and neighboring states via important roads like NH-4, NH-7 & NH-209.
Bangalore International Airport, 4th busiest airport in the country, is situated in Devanahalli.
South Western Railways, one of the 17 railway zones in India, covers most of the railway lines in the state of Karnataka. Bangalore City Railway station (station code SBC) and Yeswantpur Junction (station code YPR) are two important stations for long distance and local trains.
Bangalore has a large city bus service and KSRTC (Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) operates numerous intercity city bus services. Private buses are also available to other parts of Karnataka and neighboring states.
Namma Metro, rapid transit system, part of East west corridor Phase 1, Reach 1 began its journey on October 20, 2011 between Byappanahalli and Mahatma Gandhi Road.
Bangalore civic administration

Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) manages the civic administration of the city. BBMP Bangalore formed in the year 2007 by merging 100 wards of the erstwhile Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BMP), with seven neighboring City Municipal Councils, one Town Municipal Council and 110 villages around Bangalore.
Bangalore Development Authority (BDA) is designated as the Planning Authority under the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act, 1961 and came into existence in 1976 as a successor to the erstwhile City Improvement Trust Board. The authority oversees Bangalore Real Estate and property in Bangalore.
Bangalore Metropolitan Region Development Authority (BMRDA), an autonomous body created by the Government of Karnataka under the BMRDA Act 1985, is responsible for the development of the city. Bangalore Metropolitan region is one of the largest in India measuring more than 8000 sq.km. It’s an assemblage of Hoskote, Anekal, Kanakpura, BMICPA, Magadi, Nelamangala and BIAAPA.
Infra projects:

Name of the project

Impact areas

Expected Completion Date

Remarks

Hosur Road Elevated Expressway

connecting the Central Silk Board junction and Electronic City

Completed

Reduced travel time from approximately one hour to 20 minutes

Hebbal Elevated Expressway

Hebbal, Bellary road, Yelhanka, BIA

Beyond 2014

Six lane Elevated Expressway proposed from Hebbal to Yelhanka. 18 Lane highway planned for entire stretch from Hebbal to BIA

Metro Phase I

Connects areas in North, South, West and East

Completion of phase-I is expected in 2014-15

Phase 1 East-West corridor (Nagasandra-Puttenahalli) is named Purple Line and North-South corridor (Baiyappanahalli-Mysore Rd) is named Green Line

Metro Phase II

Connects RV Road to Bommasandra

Expected completion of phase-II by 2018

Phase- II connects green line and red line with Bommasandra

Mono Rail Project Hebbal to J P Nagar & Peripheral Ring Road to Toll Gate along Magadi Road

JP Nagar, Hebbal, Peripheral Ring Road (bannerghatta), Magadi Road

Proposed

NA

NICE corridor

Hosur Road, Sarjapur Road, KR Puram, Old Madras Road, Doddaballapur Road, Bellary Road,Tumkur

Post 2016

Partial completed-connects Electronic City-Gottigere-Kengeri-Magadi Rd-Tumkur Rd) & expect to complete rest by Post 2016

Peripheral Ring Road

A 116 km long road on the periphery of growing Bangalore city

Phase-I connecting Hosur Road and Tumkur Road has been approved by cabinet. Land acquisition has been commenced.

Phase-II is likely to get scraped and Phase –I will be merged with NICE corridor to complete the ring of peripheral road.

Signal-free corridor

Silk Board, Brigade road, Mehkri Circle, Old Airport Road, Old Madras Road, Kundalahalli and Whitefield, Channasandra, ORR

Beyond 2016

Silk Board to Vellara Junction, ORR-Mysore Road Junction to Central Silk Board Junction

Bangalore-Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC) Express Way

NICE Road, Hosur Road, Kanakapura Road,

On Hold (Land acquisition)

Bangalore–Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC) connects Bangalore-Mysore, SH17, NH 7 (Bangalore-Hosur)and NH 4 (Bangalore-Pune)

High Speed Rail Link (HSRL)

Cubbon road, Hebbal, Yelahanka, Airport

Beyond 2016

NA

Road Widening Project Six important roads (Including Hebbal to Airport)

Bannerghatta Road, Hosur Road, ORR, Silk Board, Jayadeva, Mekhri Circle, KR Puram, Mahadevpura, Hebbal, Yelahanka, Bangalore Airport

Proposed

Notified for widening in the Revised Master Plan 2015

Residential real estate market in Bangalore

Bangalore is an enduser driven market. In First quarter of 2013, when demand for office space declined, demand for the housing space increased by 33 per cent.
Real estate market in Bangalore had been dominated by individual houses for a longtime. It is the last decade that saw a significant shift of preference towards apartments and flats in bangalore. Since Bangalore is a hub for migrants, the rental housing market is the biggest among Indian metropolises.

 

All Localities in Bangalore

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Hegde Nagar,Margondanahalli,Doddenahalli,Weavers Colony,Cottonpete,Huttanahalli,Anagalapura,Chikkalasandra,Hanumantha Nagar,Devinagar,JP Nagar Phase 1,JP Nagar Phase 2,JP Nagar Phase 3,JP Nagar Phase 4,JP Nagar Phase 5,JP Nagar Phase 6,JP Nagar Phase 7,JP Nagar Phase 8,JP Nagar Phase 9,Shigehalli,Hancharahalli,Gollahalli,Kadubeesanahalli,Nallurhalli,Dodsworth Layout,Pattandur Agrahara,Siddapura,Ramagondanahalli,Immadihalli,Doddakammanahalli,Vinayaka Layout,Doddakannalli,Carmelaram,Kodathi,Chikkabellandur,Girinagar,Kathriguppe,Sompura,Doddathoguru,Karuna Nagar,Neeladri Nagar,K Channasandra,Devasthanagalu,Munnekollal,Silver Springs Layout,Harohalli,Chikkabasavanapura,Tharabanahalli,Belatur,Seegehalli,Jakkuru Layout,Chikkakannalli,Nayanda Halli,Cholanayakanahalli,Kanaka Nagar,Chamundi Nagar,Srirampura,Ashirvad Colony,Horamavu Agara,Munireddy Layout,Kallumantapa,Budihal,Garvebhavi Palya,Byrathi,Binny Pete,Maruthi Nagar (Yelahanka),Kalasipalayam,Sonnenahalli,Virupakshapura,Chinnapanna Halli,HSR Layout Sector 1,HSR Layout Sector 2,Garden Layout,HSR Layout Sector 3,HSR Layout Sector 4,HSR Layout Sector 5,HSR Layout Sector 6,HSR Layout Sector 7,Jakkasandra,B Narayanapura,Garudachar Palya,Roopena Agrahara,Seenappa Layout,Lake City,Doddakallasandra,Kaggalipura,HMT Layout,Doddabele,Balagere,Kudlu,Byatarayanapura,CQAL Layout,Rajiv Gandhi Nagar,Gattahalli,Shanthi Pura,Bhovi Palya,Ananth Nagar,Chikka Banaswadi,Lakshmamma Layout,Vijaya Bank Colony,Chelekare,Craig Park Layout,Shanthala Nagar,Chinnapa Garden,Raghavendra Colony,Madhava Nagar,Munireddypalya,Nobo Nagar,Bhoopasandra,Kartik Nagar,Adakamaranahalli,Donnenahalli,Suryanagar,Dooravani Nagar,Hosapalaya,Kithiganur,Budigere Road,Sankey Road,Bikasipura,Vasanthapura,Kempapura,Uttarahalli Main Road,Rachenahalli,Kuthaganahalli,Kamaksipalya,Attibele – Anekal Road,Gubalala,Hullahalli,Chokkanahalli,LOCALITY,Kacharakanahalli,Tharaballi,Talaghattapura,Soukya Road,Nelamangala – Chikkaballapura Road,Kumbalgodu,Ganapathihalli,Bhoganhalli,Tippenahalli,Banashankari 3rd Stage,Banashankari 5th Stage,Bhaktharahalli,Sampigehalli,Boyalahalli,Chikkathoguru,Ballur,Chikka Tirupathi Road,Chadalapura,Venkatagiri Kote,Kothanoor,Gunjur Mugalur Road,Arasanakunte,Kunigal Road,Koralur,Essel Gardens,Bileshivale,Meenakunte,Kodigehalli – KR Puram,S.Medihalli,Yelanahalli,Nagondanahalli,Koti Hosahalli,Lingadheeranahalli,Nehru Nagar,Medihalli,Shankarapura,Bannerghatta Jigani Road,Somashetti Halli,Nagadevanahalli,Tilak Nagar,Chikkagubbi Village,Venkateshpuram,Kommaghatta,Aavalahalli,Vaderahalli,Judicial Layout,Kalkunte,Sulikere,Chandapura-Sarjapura Road,Kurudusonnenahalli,Chikkasagarahalli,Mayaghanahalli,Chikkanagamangala,Pattegarhpalya,Masti – Malur Road,Yarandahalli,Kambalipura,Doddagubbi,Narayanapura,Kambipura,Sathanur,Bylkonehalli,Guddahatti,Kallahalli,Hemmigepura,Veerannapalya,Raghuvanahalli,Jigini Anekal Road,Konena Agrahara,Bangalore- Hyderabad Highway road,Shettigere,Kadarenahalli,Kuduragere,Naganathapura,Nellukunte,Subramanyanagar,Chikkabettahalli,Lakshmipura,Hessarghatta Road,Basavanapura,Thindlu,Thammenahalli,Konadasapura,Peddanapalya,TC Palya,Bheemanakuppe,Yekadantha Layout,Muddenahalli,Junnasandra,Thirumalashettyhally,Kyalasanahalli,Kodipalya,Vibhutipura,Yerappanahalli,Hunasamaranahalli,Chikkahullur,Ittangur,Nagenahalli,Madanayakahalli,Dodderi,Vagata,Valepura,Kallugopahalli,Chikkavadagere,Maligondanahalli,Mavalli,Jogapalya,Dasanapura,Yerthiganahalli,Electronic City,Carmelaram Road,Attur Layout,Off Hennur Road,Guguttahalli,Ambedkar Veedhi,Dodda Aalada Mara,Doddajala,Hennur Bagalur Road,Koppa Begur Road,Pulikeshi Nagar,Banashankari 6th Stage,Bagalur Road,Mullur,Chandapura Dommasandra Road,Banashankari 2nd Stage,Sadahalli,Mariyappana Palya,Gnana Bharathi,Ayyappa Nagar,ITPL,Budigere Cross,Ajjagondahalli,Hagadur Main Road,Narasapura Industrial Road,Billamaranahalli,Anjanapura Twp,Bagalur Main Road,Kogilu Main Road,Thavarekere,Jalahalli,Judicial Layout 2nd Phase,Bommasandra Jigani Link Road,Hulimangala,Sarakariguttahalli,Kukkanahalli,Muthanallur,BEL Layout 2nd Phase,Belathur Main Road,Bashettihalli,Marasandra

Bangalore

 

Bangalore lies in the southeast of the South Indian state of Karnataka. After Mumbai and Delhi, Bangalore is India’s third most populated city with fastest growth in Real estate. Bangalore can be classified into five zones-North, East, West, South and Central.

Bangalore, capital city of Karnataka got its name from Kannada word “benda kaalu ooru” which means “boiled beans.” The story behind the name was once the king Veera Ballala of the Vijayanagara kingdom lost his way when returning from hunting and stopped at a lonely cottage. The old woman, who stayed in the cottage, offered boiled beans. King loved the hospitality of old women and grateful to her, King named the city “bende kaalu ooru” which later known Bengaluru and then to Bangalore.

The city got many nicknames for its outstanding lifestyles such as “garden city” for well-planned open spaces and “pensioner’s paradise” for good climate. Bangalore was titled “Silicon Valley” after the IT/ITeS industries mushroomed. However, with the boom in Bangalore real estate, the city may be losing its green cover.

Bangalore is one of the most sought after city with the rapid growth of Industrial sector and Service Sectors in India leading to high demand for property in Bangalore. Bangalore real estate is one of the prime real estate destinations and demand is driven by the end user. The five pillars of Bangalor’s economy are Information Technology (IT), Biotechnology, Telecom, small and medium scale industrial parks such as Peenya and Jigani, large establishments by public sector companies such as Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Bharat Electronics Limited, Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) and Hindustan Machine Tools (HMT). Bangalore is India’s fourth largest fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) market.

Key Projects in Bangalore are Sobha Habitech, Sobha City, Sobha Landscape Phase I & II, Sobha Indraprastha, Sobha Halcyon, Sobha Forest View, Sobha Marvella, Sobha Eternia, Sobha Dewflower, Sobha Lifestyle Legacy, Sobha The Park, Salarpuria Celesta, Salarpuria Greenage Phase II, Salarpuria Sattva Divinity, Salarpuria Sattva Cadenza, Salarpuria Greenage, Salarpuria Sattva East Crest, Brigade Northridge, Brigade Omega, Brigade Lakefront, Brigade Caladium, Brigade Golden Triangle, Brigade Orchards Parkside, Brigade Orchards Deodar, Brigade Meadows, Brigade Orchards Cedar Block, Brigade Wisteria, Brigade Crescent, Brigade Panorama, Brigade Exotica, Brigade Altamont, Bren Palms, Bren Edgewaters, Bren Woods, Bren Imperia, Bren Trillium, Bren Starlight, Bhartiya City Nikoo Homes II, Embassy Springs, Artha Neo Midas, Prestige Song Of The South, Unishire Verzure, Unishire Palazzo, Unishire Terraza, Bren Palms, Shriram Chirping Woods, Shapoorji Pallonji Parkwest Phase 2, RJ Lake Gardenia.

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Demographics:

Demographics:

The city represents the true cosmopolitan outlook with migration from all over the country that has been driving growth of population as the city witnessed highest growth of population compared to all other metro cities in India. This has led to explosive growth of property in Bangalore. Demand for Bangalore Real estate has been fueled by this large number of migrant population.

When compared with Bangalore’s population 2001, in 2011, the city’s population growth is 47.18%, growth of 30 lakh. Density of Bangalore district for 2011 is 4,381 people per sq. km which was at 2,985 people per sq. km. in previous decade.

New job opportunities and cosmopolitan culture of the city leads to growth of population. Bangalore witnessed migration of 2.09 million people in 2001.

Information Technology

After US cities like San Francisco, Boston and British capital London, Bangalore stands as 4th largest technology cluster. IT/ITeS sector generates more than two third jobs In Bangalore with presence of leading IT companies of the world, including Infosys, Wipro, Tata Consultancy Services, Oracle, Dell, IBM, Microsoft, Accenture, Cognizant, etc.
Electronics City and Whitefield are two main cluster for Bangalore’s IT industry. Besides, the city has 27 Special Economic Zones. Due to these clusters, the pressure on Central Business District (CBD) like MG Road is reduced. The emergence of outer ring road has taken office space market to another level. The outer ring road stretch from Marathalli to Silk Board accounts for more than a 70% of grade-A office supply.

Connectivity

The city connects other parts of Karnataka and neighboring states via important roads like NH-4, NH-7 & NH-209.
Bangalore International Airport, 4th busiest airport in the country, is situated in Devanahalli.
South Western Railways, one of the 17 railway zones in India, covers most of the railway lines in the state of Karnataka. Bangalore City Railway station (station code SBC) and Yeswantpur Junction (station code YPR) are two important stations for long distance and local trains.
Bangalore has a large city bus service and KSRTC (Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) operates numerous intercity city bus services. Private buses are also available to other parts of Karnataka and neighboring states.
Namma Metro, rapid transit system, part of East west corridor Phase 1, Reach 1 began its journey on October 20, 2011 between Byappanahalli and Mahatma Gandhi Road.

 

All Localities in Bangalore

LOCALITY,Marathahalli-Sarjapur Outer Ring Road,Bellandur Outer Ring Road,Marathahalli,HSR Layout,Madiwala,Cunningham Road,MG Road,Haralur Road,Kundalahalli,Bannerghatta Road,Brookefield,Defence Colony Bagalagunte,Bannerghatta,Hosur Road,Abbigere,Old Airport Road,Amrutha Halli,Anekal,Anjanapura,Attibele,Azad Nagar,Banashankari,Banaswadi,Bapuji Nagar,Basavanagar,Basavanagudi,Basaveshwara Nagar,Begur,Benson Town,Bhuvaneshwari Nagar,Bidadi,Bommasandra,BTM Layout,Cambridge Layout,Chandapura,Chandra Layout,Chickpet,Commercial Street,Cooke Town,Cox Town,Dasarahalli Hebbal,Doddaballapur Road,Dollars Colony,Domlur,Ejipura,Electronic City Phase I,Frazer Town,Ganga Nagar,GM Palya,HAL Layout2,Haudin Road,HBR Layout,Hebbal,Hegde Nagar,Hennur,Hombegowda Nagar,Hoodi,Horamavu,Hoskote,HRBR Layout,Hulimavu,Indira Nagar,ITPL Road,Jagajeevanram Nagar,Jakkur,Jayanagar,Jayamahal,Jeevanbheema Nagar,Jigani,Kadugodi,Kaggadasapura,Kalyan Nagar,Kammanahalli,Kanakapura,Hebbal Kempapura,Kengeri,Kodichikkanahalli,Koramangala,Kothanur,Kumaraswamy Layout,LB Shastri Nagar,Lavelle Road,Lingarajapuram,Magadi Road,Mahadevpura,Mahalakshmi Layout,Malleshpalya,Malleshwaram,Maruthi Nagar,Maruthi Sevanagar,Mathikere,Millers Road,Mysore Road,Nelamangala,New BEL Road,New Thippasandra,Old Madras Road,OMBR Layout,Outer Ring Road,Padmanabha Nagar,Pai Layout,Palace Road,Panduranga Nagar,Peenya,Race Course Road,Rajaji Nagar,Rajanukunte,Richmond Road,Sadashiva Nagar,Sahakara Nagar,Sarjapur,Seshadripuram,Shanthi Nagar,Shivaji Nagar,Singasandra,Srinivasa Nagar,St. Johns Road,Tavarekere-BTM,Thanisandra,Thippasandra,Ulsoor,Uttarahalli,Varthur,Vasanth Nagar,Vidyaranyapura,Vignana Nagar,Vittal Mallya Road,Wheeler Road,Whitefield,Williams Town,Wilson Garden,Wind Tunnel Road,Yelachena Halli,Yelahanka,Yeshwanthpur,Langford Town,Richmond Town,Chikkaballapur,Kasavanahalli,Richards Town,Rest House Road,AECS Layout,ISRO Layout,Kasturi Nagar,Panathur,Kanakapura Road,Bilekahalli,Gottigere,HAL Layout,Yelahanka New Town,LOCALITY,lal bagh,Jangamakote,Bagaluru,Budigere,Babusa Palya,RMV 2nd Stage,Nagarbhavi Circle,Thubarahalli,Nagavara,Basavanna Nagar,Doddenakundi,Gunjur,Arekere,Begur Road,Harlur,Kammasandra Agrahara,Koppa,Silk Board,Chikkanahalli,Bellary Road,BEML Layout,Chansandra,Devanahalli Road,Dayananda Nagar,Dodda Banasvadi,Doddaballapur,Raja Rajeshwari Nagar,Ramamurthy Nagar,RMV Extension,RT Nagar,Sanjay Nagar,Shettihalli,Hennur Road,Kodigehalli,Kodihalli,Kolar Road,Tumkur Road,Devanahalli,Sampangi Rama Nagar,Varthur Road,Bikkanahalli,Sarjapur Road,TC Palya Road,International Airport Road,K R Puram,Vijayanagar,Nandi Hills,CV Raman Nagar,Chamarajpet,Kudlu Gate,Mico Layout,JP Nagar,Vittal Nagar,National Highway 207,Kempegowda Nagar,Jalahalli East,RMV,Bellandur,Nagarbhavi,Murugeshpalya,Kaval Byrasandra,Chandapura Anekal Road,Whitefield Road,Prashanth Nagar,Bommanahalli,Gauribidanur,Venkatapura,Sarjapur Bagalur Road,Dasarahalli Main Road,Thanisandra Main Road,Richard’s Park,Thurahalli,Kadugondanahalli,Chikbanavara,Jalahalli West,Brigade Road,Konanakunte,Infantry Road,Residency Road,Langford Road,Kalkere,Subramanyapura,Hongasandra,SMV Layout,Victoria Layout,Bennigana Halli,Adugodi,Sudhama Nagar,Dommasandra,Ashok Nagar,Narasapura,BEML Layout Raja Rajeshwari Nagar,Hesaraghatta,MS Palya,Devarachikkanahalli,Marathahalli ORR,Basapura,Annapurneshwari Nagar,Ullal,Vishweshwaraiah Layout,Attiguppe,Mallathahalli,Doddabommasandra,Kattigenahalli,Bettahalasur,Sidlaghatta,Laggere,Jnana Ganga Nagar,Ragavendra Nagar,Bidrahalli,Chikka Tirupathi,Malur-Hosur Road,kaikondrahalli,Choodasandra,Majestic,Sunkadakatte,Kengeri Satellite Town,IVC Road,Vijaypura,Dodda Aalada Mara Road,Kolar Chikkaballapur Road,Hosa Road,Bagepalli,Nagasandra,Dabaspete,Chikkajala,Singanahalli,Sarjapur Attibele Road,Kadusonnappanahalli,Nandini Layout,Jalahalli Cross,Solur,Chintamani,Electronic City Phase II,Hosakerehalli,T Dasarahalli,Off Sarjapur road,Akshayanagar,Kamala Nagar,Rayasandra,Baiyyappanahalli,Neelasandra,Jagadish Nagar,Haragadde,Bagalakunte,Yemalur,Hoskote Malur Road,NRI Layout,Gandhi Nagar,Belathur,LOCALITY,Kalena Agrahara,Kadabagere,Sadduguntepalya,Kammasandra,Jaya Chamarajendra Nagar,Kannamangala,Battarahalli,Huskur,Bommenahalli,Srinagar,Ramohalli,Viveka Nagar,Andrahalli,Thavarekere-Magadi Road,Chikkaballapur-Gauribidanur Road,Kamanahalli,Soundarya Layout,Kogilu,Guttahalli,Kodipur,Chikkabidarakallu,R.K. Hegde Nagar,Margondanahalli,Doddenahalli,Weavers Colony,Cottonpete,Huttanahalli,Anagalapura,Chikkalasandra,Hanumantha Nagar,Devinagar,JP Nagar Phase 1,JP Nagar Phase 2,JP Nagar Phase 3,JP Nagar Phase 4,JP Nagar Phase 5,JP Nagar Phase 6,JP Nagar Phase 7,JP Nagar Phase 8,JP Nagar Phase 9,Shigehalli,Hancharahalli,Gollahalli,Kadubeesanahalli,Nallurhalli,Dodsworth Layout,Pattandur Agrahara,Siddapura,Ramagondanahalli,Immadihalli,Doddakammanahalli,Vinayaka Layout,Doddakannalli,Carmelaram,Kodathi,Chikkabellandur,Girinagar,Kathriguppe,Sompura,Doddathoguru,Karuna Nagar,Neeladri Nagar,K Channasandra,Devasthanagalu,Munnekollal,Silver Springs Layout,Harohalli,Chikkabasavanapura,Tharabanahalli,Belatur,Seegehalli,Jakkuru Layout,Chikkakannalli,Nayanda Halli,Cholanayakanahalli,Kanaka Nagar,Chamundi Nagar,Srirampura,Ashirvad Colony,Horamavu Agara,Munireddy Layout,Kallumantapa,Budihal,Garvebhavi Palya,Byrathi,Binny Pete,Maruthi Nagar (Yelahanka),Kalasipalayam,Sonnenahalli,Virupakshapura,Chinnapanna Halli,HSR Layout Sector 1,HSR Layout Sector 2,Garden Layout,HSR Layout Sector 3,HSR Layout Sector 4,HSR Layout Sector 5,HSR Layout Sector 6,HSR Layout Sector 7,Jakkasandra,B Narayanapura,Garudachar Palya,Roopena Agrahara,Seenappa Layout,Lake City,Doddakallasandra,Kaggalipura,HMT Layout,Doddabele,Balagere,Kudlu,Byatarayanapura,CQAL Layout,Rajiv Gandhi Nagar,Gattahalli,Shanthi Pura,Bhovi Palya,Ananth Nagar,Chikka Banaswadi,Lakshmamma Layout,Vijaya Bank Colony,Chelekare,Craig Park Layout,Shanthala Nagar,Chinnapa Garden,Raghavendra Colony,Madhava Nagar,Munireddypalya,Nobo Nagar,Bhoopasandra,Kartik Nagar,Adakamaranahalli,Donnenahalli,Suryanagar,Dooravani Nagar,Hosapalaya,Kithiganur,Budigere Road,Sankey Road,Bikasipura,Vasanthapura,Kempapura,Uttarahalli Main Road,Rachenahalli,Kuthaganahalli,Kamaksipalya,Attibele – Anekal Road,Gubalala,Hullahalli,Chokkanahalli,LOCALITY,Kacharakanahalli,Tharaballi,Talaghattapura,Soukya Road,Nelamangala – Chikkaballapura Road,Kumbalgodu,Ganapathihalli,Bhoganhalli,Tippenahalli,Banashankari 3rd Stage,Banashankari 5th Stage,Bhaktharahalli,Sampigehalli,Boyalahalli,Chikkathoguru,Ballur,Chikka Tirupathi Road,Chadalapura,Venkatagiri Kote,Kothanoor,Gunjur Mugalur Road,Arasanakunte,Kunigal Road,Koralur,Essel Gardens,Bileshivale,Meenakunte,Kodigehalli – KR Puram,S.Medihalli,Yelanahalli,Nagondanahalli,Koti Hosahalli,Lingadheeranahalli,Nehru Nagar,Medihalli,Shankarapura,Bannerghatta Jigani Road,Somashetti Halli,Nagadevanahalli,Tilak Nagar,Chikkagubbi Village,Venkateshpuram,Kommaghatta,Aavalahalli,Vaderahalli,Judicial Layout,Kalkunte,Sulikere,Chandapura-Sarjapura Road,Kurudusonnenahalli,Chikkasagarahalli,Mayaghanahalli,Chikkanagamangala,Pattegarhpalya,Masti – Malur Road,Yarandahalli,Kambalipura,Doddagubbi,Narayanapura,Kambipura,Sathanur,Bylkonehalli,Guddahatti,Kallahalli,Hemmigepura,Veerannapalya,Raghuvanahalli,Jigini Anekal Road,Konena Agrahara,Bangalore- Hyderabad Highway road,Shettigere,Kadarenahalli,Kuduragere,Naganathapura,Nellukunte,Subramanyanagar,Chikkabettahalli,Lakshmipura,Hessarghatta Road,Basavanapura,Thindlu,Thammenahalli,Konadasapura,Peddanapalya,TC Palya,Bheemanakuppe,Yekadantha Layout,Muddenahalli,Junnasandra,Thirumalashettyhally,Kyalasanahalli,Kodipalya,Vibhutipura,Yerappanahalli,Hunasamaranahalli,Chikkahullur,Ittangur,Nagenahalli,Madanayakahalli,Dodderi,Vagata,Valepura,Kallugopahalli,Chikkavadagere,Maligondanahalli,Mavalli,Jogapalya,Dasanapura,Yerthiganahalli,Electronic City,Carmelaram Road,Attur Layout,Off Hennur Road,Guguttahalli,Ambedkar Veedhi,Dodda Aalada Mara,Doddajala,Hennur Bagalur Road,Koppa Begur Road,Pulikeshi Nagar,Banashankari 6th Stage,Bagalur Road,Mullur,Chandapura Dommasandra Road,Banashankari 2nd Stage,Sadahalli,Mariyappana Palya,Gnana Bharathi,Ayyappa Nagar,ITPL,Budigere Cross,Ajjagondahalli,Hagadur Main Road,Narasapura Industrial Road,Billamaranahalli,Anjanapura Twp,Bagalur Main Road,Kogilu Main Road,Thavarekere,Jalahalli,Judicial Layout 2nd Phase,Bommasandra Jigani Link Road,Hulimangala,Sarakariguttahalli,Kukkanahalli,Muthanallur,BEL Layout 2nd Phase,Belathur Main Road,Bashettihalli,Marasandra

Bhiwadi

 

Bhiwadi, the next big city in India, is a fast growing city located in the Alwar district of Rajasthan. Its strategic location, being within a 100-km radius of New Delhi, Gurgaon, Faridabad and Alwar and 200 km from Jaipur, makes it favorable to economic progress and a host of development activities.

Lying in the National Capital Territory (NCT) region of Delhi, Bhiwadi has been recognized as a Priority Town or Regional Center in this region. It’s an industrial hub with some of the biggest manufacturing industry units having set up base here. Moreover, the city is also a tourist destination because it’s the land of Baba Mohan Ram, the incarnation of Lord Krishna in Kali Yuga. This attracts pilgrims from across the country and mostly from Rajasthan and Haryana.

Since Bhiwadi has become a bustling town, it is an attractive destination for small-scale real estate investors and developers. The Rajasthan Housing Board has also been focusing on this town. Although infrastructure in the city is good with fair presence of transportation, banks, water supply, hospitals and schools yet there is a lot of future development in progress.

Stats And Facts

The population of Bhiwadi, as per the reports of the Population Census of 2011, is 1,04,883

The sex ratio in the city stands at 755 per 1000 males, and the child sex ratio is 859 per 1000 boys. The sex ratio is well below the national average of 940 per 1000 males, which isn’t a positive sign. The child sex ratio, too, is low. However, it’s relatively closer to the national average of 914 per 1000 boys

The average literacy rate in the city is 80.67%

Bhiwadi belongs to the Tijara tehsil of the Alwar district in the state of Rajasthan

The city was conceived in the year 1975-76

Production Industry

Bhiwadi is an industry-magnet with a presence of around 2,700 large, medium, and small-scale industries currently operating in the city
The prominent industries in the city are furnace, steel, pharmaceuticals, textiles, food processing, printing, and electronics
The Bhiwadi-Alwar road, that has the status of a National Highway – NH 71B, features the major industrial attraction in this region – Tapukara industrial area
Some of the prominent players in the city are Gillette India Ltd., Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, Orient Craft Ltd., Federal Moghul Goetze, RayBan Sun India Optics Ltd., United Breweries Ltd., and Havells India Ltd

Connectivity

There are no major trains that directly reach Bhiwadi and the town doesn’t even have a bus stand. Yet, reaching Bhiwadi is still easy, thanks to its suitable location
Bhiwadi is only 58 km away from the Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi. This airport connects people across major national and international cities. The best way to reach Bhiwadi is, in fact, by flight
An alternative airport is in Agra called Kheria Airport. This airport is 160 km away from Bhiwadi. It’s a relatively short bus or train journey from there
The nearest railway stations to Bhiwadi are Pataudi Road (PRTD) and Khalilpur in Haryana which are just 19 km away from here. The other railway station nearby is in Rewari which is 26 km away
The nearest bus stand to reach Bhiwadi is Gurgaon which is 31 km away. Kosli in Haryana has another bus stand which is 43 km away from here

 

All Localities in Bhiwadi

LOCALITY,Alwar Bypass Road,Dharuhera Road,Sector-3,Khushkhera,Sector-71A,Tapukara,Vashundhra Nagar,Sector-2,LOCALITY,Chaupanki,Sector-107,Sector-69,Sector-9,Sector-95,Sector-65,Sector-64,Sector-35,LOCALITY,Sector-39,Sector-134,Sector-116,Kahrani,Sector-4,Sector-41,Sector-6,Sector-106,LOCALITY,Sector-33,Sector-54,RIICO,Khori Kalan,Tijara,Ubaraka,Sector-22

Bhopal

 

Bhopal is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. It lies in the central region of India, and is thus accessible to all major cities located across the length and breadth of India. It’s primarily divided into new Bhopal and old Bhopal. Within the state, it’s the administrative headquarters of the Bhopal district.

The city of Bhopal is a classic amalgamation of the old and new. Those visiting the city will find a sprinkling of ancient temples and mosques as well as modern educational institutions and research facilities. Bharat Bhavan, one of India’s cultural centers is located here. Taj-ul Masjid, Laxmi Narayan Temple, and Shaukat Mahal are among the popular places of worship.

An A-2 class city, Bhopal is a strong economic, political, and educational center. Among the prominent national institutes and facilities in Bhopal are Indian Space Research Organization’s Master Control Facility, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL), Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), and School of Planning and Architecture, and Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT).

Stats and Facts

The population of Bhopal, as per the reports of the Census of India 2011, is 17,95,648. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 18,83,381

The population of Bhopal, as per the reports of the Census of India 2011, is 17,95,648. The urban/metropolitan population, on the other hand, is 18,83,381

The average sex ratio of Bhopal is 911 per 1000 males, which is well below the national average of 940 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio, on the other hand, is 917 per 1000 boys

The average literacy rate of Bhopal is 85.24%

With a number of natural and artificial lakes present in the city, Bhopal is affectionately called the City of Lakes

Bhopal is known internationally for the Bhopal Gas Tragedy that occured in 1984. A whole host of poisonous gases was released in the air, from the Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) pesticide manufacturing plant. This is one of the worst industrial disasters the world has ever seen

Geographically, Bhopal is located on the Malwa Plateau and just north of the upper limit of the Vindhya mountain ranges
Industrial Production

Bhopal has several industrial areas or zones containing both small-scale and medium-scale industries
The prominent industries in the city are flour and cotton milling, painting, cloth weaving, heavy electrical equipment such as traction motors and switch gears, sporting goods, and matches
The largest manufacturing enterprise in India, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) has a unit in the eastern part of the city
The Govindpura Industrial Area has 1044 industries involved in multiple kinds of production activities. The largest industrial area in Madhya Pradesh though, is Mandideep. The world’s largest graphite electrode plant, Hindustan Electro Graphite (HEG), and India’s oldest tractor manufacturers, Eicher Tractors, are situated in the city
Connectivity

Bhopal has an international airport near the satellite suburb of Bairagarh. The Raja Bhoj International Airport can be reached through multiple road routes
Bhopal being centrally located, it is well connected by train routes. It lies in the West Central Railway Zone and has 3 railway stations. Bhopal Railway Station, Habibganj Railway Station and Bairagarh Railway Station are the major railway stations in the city
Bhopal’s road connectivity is excellent, with two national highways, NH 12 and NH 86 connecting the city to major cities in the east and west. One can reach Indore from Bhopal by taking the State Highway 17. There are daily buses to the other towns and cities in Madhya Pradesh as well as to cities in other states, such as Nagpur, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Shirdi, Pune, and Jaipur
Bhopal City Link Limited provides bus service within the city. Besides the metro buses, it operates the GPS navigation-enabled Tata Starbus. Private operators, too, add to the strength of the bus network in the city. Auto-rickshaws and radio taxis are other popular modes of transport in the city
In the year 2013, a Bus Rapid Transit System named MyBus became functional in Bhopal.

 

All Localities in Bhopal

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Bhubaneswar

 

Bhubaneswar, the capital of Orissa or Odisha, is an urban agglomeration that is developing quickly into a lively commercial hub. Home of the world-famous Odissi dance, the city has latched on to modernity while retaining its cultural richness.

Bhubaneswar is a city filled with religious history, dotted with almost 500 temples and aptly called the temple city of India. The city has beaches, lakes, waterfalls, zoos, parks, and gardens that light up during each festival.

The city was one of the first planned cities in India and replaced Cuttack as the capital of Orissa after India gained independence from colonial rule. Cuttack and Bhubaneswar are often referred to as the twin cities of Orissa.

Bhubaneswar is classified as a Tier-II city and has the fastest employment growth among 17 other Tier-II cities.

Stats and Facts

Stats and Facts

Bhubaneswar population is 8, 81,988 according to the provisional reports of the 2011 census.

The city has a sex ratio of 883 per 1000 males, although child sex ratio is a higher 903 per 1000 boys, as per the census 2011 reports.

Bhubaneswar average literacy rate is 93%, of which female literacy is 90% and male 95.66%.

Looking at factors like demographics, economic activities, government support, and physical, social, and real estate infrastructure, Bhubaneswar is listed among the top ten emerging cities in India by Cushman and Wakefield.
The World Bank ranked the city as the third best in India for business. Orissa was ranked ninth in software exports in India by NASSCOM.
The city is a Buddhist and Hindu pilgrimage spot, which contributes to the thriving tourism industry in the region. A hot sulphur water spring in the village of Atri and Bindu Sagar Lake are just a couple of the numerous tourist attractions in this city.

Services and IT Sector

The city workforce is primarily involved in the tertiary sector comprising of 95.67% of working people as of 2001.
Earlier, Bhubaneswar had an economy dominated by small-scale and retail manufacturing; with change in policies from 1991, the city became a center for information technology, higher education, and telecommunications.
The city had around 1.5 million tourists in 2011. The tourism industry has become the largest economic contributor to the city. The modern infrastructure and well-planned areas make the city a treat for visitors and citizens alike.
Bhubaneswar forms the apex of the golden triangle in Orissa with Konark and Puri. This and the temple town area are the biggest reasons tourists flock to the region.
The first IT Park here was the Infocity IT SEZ. Over time the government encouraged the establishment of Mindspace IT Park by K Raheja Group, Info Valley IT SEZ by Orissa Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation, and Info Park by DLF.
The 205-acre Infocity was constructed to provide avenues for IT industries to grow in the region under the Export Promotion Industrial Parks Scheme. It houses MNCs like Infosys and TCS.
Other big names that populate Bhubaneswar IT sector include Mindtree, Mindspace, MphasiS, Mindfire Solutions, Wipro, IBM, Firstsource and Genpact. In addition to this, there are around 300 small and medium-sized IT companies that have started up in the city.

Connectivity

Bhubaneswar Airport, also called Biju Patnaik Airport, has flights operating to and from New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, and Kolkata. It has the capacity of accommodating more than 30 million passengers every year.
Bhubaneswar Railway Station is the divisional headquarters of the East Coast Railway. It has passenger and daily express trains to major cities like Chennai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru. The city has a total of five railway stations within its limits.
National Highway NH-5, a part of the Golden Quadrilateral, connects the city to the rest of India and Orissa by road. Bhubaneswar’s excellent connectivity to other key locations has been a big contributing factor to its economic growth.
The Odisha State Road Transport Corporation provides interstate bus services. The transport corporation has received awards on many occasions for its safe and affordable services.
The Bhubaneswar City Bus service works on a public-private-partnership basis between Dream Team Sahara and Bhubaneswar-Puri Transport Service Limited. It was an initiative under the JNNURM scheme and provides transportation within the city and to areas nearby.
Shared and unshared auto-rickshaws are available for local transport, and sometimes even cycle-rickshaws.

 

All Localities in Bhubaneswar

LOCALITY,Sastri Nagar,Nayapalli,Cuttack Road,Jaydev Vihar,Delta Square,madhusudan Nagar,Rasulgarh,Chandrasekharpur,Saheed Nagar,Ganga Nagar,Malipada,Jagamara,Patia Collage Road,Patia,Satya Nagar,Khandagiri,Hanspal,Vimtangi,Bhola Chandaka,Acharya Vihar,BJB Nagar,Ghatikia,Gautam Nagar,Pahal,Bomikhal,Samantarapur,Uttara,Dumduma,Tankapani Road,Lakshmi Sagar,Lewis Road,Vani Vihar,Khandgiri,Sailashree Vihar,Janla,Badaraghunathpur,Sundarpada,Mancheswar,Jatni Road,Madanpur,Pokhariput,Harapur,Tamando,Mahatab Road,Panchagaon,Barbil,Palasuni,Raghunathpur,LOCALITY,Kalarahang,Baramunda,Budhapada,Pathargadia,Soubhagya Nagar,Sardeipur,Gajpati Nagar,Damana,Birabandha,Shreeram Nagar,Shamantrapur,Sahaspur,Nageswar Tangi,Forest Park,Patrapada,Haripur,Ranasinghpur,Shree vihar,Kharavela Nagar,Naharkanta,Jagannath Sadak,Pubasasan,Bhubaneswar-Puri Highway,Kapilprasad,Lingipur,Dandiapali,Kantbada,NH 203,Bhadrak,Rudrapur,Khordha,Shampur,Niladri Vihar,Nandankanan Road,Phulanakhara,Chandaka,Andharua,BBSR,Shastri Nagar,Kalinga Nagar,Uttara Chhak,NH-5,corridor of info city II,Kesora,Surya Nagar,Argul,Mahanadi Road,Jail Square,LOCALITY,Satyabhampur,Jharpada,Sampur,Shankarpur,Shyampur,Haridaspur,Paniora,Khandagiri – Chandaka Road,Dhauli,Kalpana Square,Chak,Mendhasala,Jatani,Retang Mouza,Old Town,Balabhadrapur,Mouza-Ghatikia,G.G.P. Colony,Palaspur,vivekananda marg,Botanda,Khandapara,Chhatabar,Pallaspalli,Garage Square,Ravi Talkies,Gothapatna,IRC Village,Santarapur,Vaishnomata Vihar Phase 1,Nalco Square,Ashok Nagar,Puri Road,VSS Nagar,Laxmisagar,Rasulgarh Square,Nakhara,Pipili,Ratanga,Atala,Balianta,Bankual,Unit 6,Bhimatangi Housing Colony,Pitapally,Tangibanta,Bapuji Nagar,Sundarpur,LOCALITY,Nuabanta,Matiapada,Sisupalgarh,Gudiapokhari,Paikarapur,Saleswar,Chakeisaini,Benupur,Pratap Nagari,Koradakanta,Bhingarpur,Similipatana,Hairajpur,Bhagabatipur,Kaimatia,Kujimahal,Unit 4,Unit-9,Badagada,Ghangapatna,Sijua,Puri Canal Road,Laxmi Vihar,Gopabandhu Nagar,Kalinga Vihar,Nuagan,Jagmohan Nagar,Jagannath Vihar,Subudhipur,Bharatpur,Laxmi Nagar,Pandra,Pandav Nagar,Khordha Road,Kuha,Jayarsasan,Shreekhetra Vihar,Alarpur,Bagalpur,Bamphakuda,Padhansahi,Ramachandrapur,Mahura,Narasinghpur,Baragarh

Bikaner

 

A spirited, dust-swirling city located in the northwest of Rajasthan, Bikaner is a beauty bloomed within the Thar Desert that was founded by Rajput Rao Bika in 1486. After the completion of the Ganges Canal in 1928 and the Indira Gandhi Canal in 1987, the agricultural and textile industry was allowed to flourish with crops such as wheat, cotton etc. being the forerunners.

Today, Bikaner is the fifth-largest city in Rajasthan and the administrative headquarters of the Bikaner district and Bikaner division. The city is most popular for its sweets and snacks which can be found in markets all over India. It also has the highest production of milk per capita in India.

To the southwest of the city lies the atmospheric old city that houses the main railway station, Bikaner Junction, while the northern parts elude more of a modern feel with wider roads and streets. Imposing forts and richly sculpted palaces furnish the city with some of the finest creations of the Rajput civilization. Dotted by a myriad of sand dunes, this royal fortified city retains the medieval splendor that is very evident in the lifestyle of the local residents, bestowing Bikaner with sheer effervescence.

Stats and Facts

The population of Bikaner, as per the provisional reports of the census 2011, is 6,47,804.

The population of Bikaner, as per the provisional reports of the census 2011, is 6,47,804.

The city’s sex ratio is lower than the national average at 900 per 1000 males. The child sex ratio of 901 girls per 1000 boys is much closer to the average child sex ratio of the country.

The average literacy rate in Bikaner is below par at 79.86% as recorded in 2011. However, this number should see a rise in the following years with an improvement in facilities.

The Schedule Caste (SC) and the Schedule Tribe (ST) population of Bikaner stand at 4,93,646 and 7,779 respectively.

While Hinduism is the dominant religion of the city, other cultures coexist and have an influential presence over the locals.

Bikaner – Growing Industrial Sector

While the entire district of Bikaner is devoid of exposed rocks, the Bikaner city has fuller and richer earth. The soil, locally known as Magra, contains many economically significant minerals like sandstone, gypsum, multani mitti, white clay, lignite, grit and yellow ochre.
The primary industries of Bikaner are extraction and refinery, grinding, PVC cables, bathroom fittings, carpet and shoddy yarn, cement, cattle feed, cotton (in bales) textiles, leather footwear, ceramic tiles, dairy products, gypsum, groundnut oil, cable wire wood, handicraft items, machine tools and parts, mosaic tiles, textiles and woolen products etc..
Bikaner’s carpet yarn manufacturing industry is at par with its competitors all over the world and has Asia’s biggest wool market.
Regular district-level and Panchayat Samiti-level industrial awareness and promotion campaigns are being organized by DIC and other institutions to develop awareness among the first generation entrepreneurship.
While the pace of industrial development has remained slow, there is great potential for SMEs in areas like sanitary wares, gypsum grinding, plaster of paris, lime kiln, yellow and red clay grinding, mosaic tiles, and sodium silicate.

Connectivity

The Nal Airport serves Bikaner. It lies 13 km from the main city center. It serves the Indian Air Force and is soon going to enter civil operations.
Serving Bikaner are two railway stations, namely Bikaner Junction and Lalgarh Railway Station which connect the city with other cities and towns in Rajasthan as well as major cities throughout North India.
The city has a good network of roads linked directly to Agra, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Ludhiana, and Indore among others.
Auto-rickshaws and city buses are the most efficient forms of internal transport providing services to the locals on a daily basis.

 

All Localities in Bikaner

LOCALITY,Nal Road,JNV Colony,Ganganagar Bypass Road,Nokha Road,Gangashahar Road,Kuchilpura,Jaipur Road,Sudarshana Nagar,Kodamdesar,Murlidhar Vyas Colony,Chaukhunti Mohalla,Gajner,Shivbari Rural,Bandra Baas,Industrial Area,LOCALITY,Hanuman Hatha,Sinthal,Noorsar,Amarsinghpura,Old City Rampuriya,M.P.Colony,Surajpura Colony,Rani Bazar,Lunkaransar,Khara,Karni Nagar,Shri Dungargarh,Bajju Khalsa,Tilak Nagar,Joshiwara,LOCALITY,Shastri Nagar,Ranisar Bara Bas,Vallabh Garden,Ambedkar Colony,Brindavan Enclave,Shardul Colony,Palana,Kote Gate,Sector 5,Karnisar Bhatiyan,Mukta Prasad Nagar,Rath Khana Colony,Mehron Ka Bas,Deshnok,Sector-4,LOCALITY,Bangla Nagar,Jawahar Nagar,Bhinasar,Jai Narayan Vyas Colony,Samta Nagar,Khajuwala,Sharah Pabi Brahmani,Vinayak Nagar,Sardar Patel Colony,Major Purnasingh Nagar,Udairamsar,Dagon Ka Mohalla,Sujandesar,Dayia,Transport Nagar

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