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Some of the yummiest DHABA food in Sonepat/ Murthal on National Highway, just 7 minutes drive from Kundli.





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SOME OTHER FOOD JOINTS THAT HAVE COME UP:

PIND BALLUCHI, functional

HAVELI, a famous tourist spot and experience worth sharing.

McDonald's, at Ansal Highway Plaza, Kundli, currently operational.

KFC/ BIKANERWALA WILL BE OPENING SHORTLY IN KUNDLI.

COFFEE CAFE, operational

BARISTA, SONEPAT, operational.
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NCR 2021 Planning to Decide future ?

Are you aware of the fact that Alwar, Rohtak, Panipat, Meerut and Bulandshar are all parts of NCR – National Capital Region?

Do you know that modern townships and centres of economic activities will be spread all over NCR and that the economic map of NCR is in for a substantial change? Needless to say that people who are currently living in Alwar, Rohtak, Panipat, Meerut and Bulandshar will benefit significantly from all these developments as their quality of life is going to improve. Also one can expect to get exceptional returns from real estate investments if one is making long-term investments in pockets that will see substantial infrastructure andeconomic changes. Read on to understand the key planninginitiatives that are being taken by the government.

NCR – National Capital Region, comprises the entire national capital territory (NCT) of Delhi, five districts of Uttar Pradesh, seven districts of Haryana and one district of Rajasthan. These are Meerut, Ghaziabad, Bulandshar, Noida and Baghpat (UP), Panipat, Sonepat, Rohtak, Gurgaon, Faridabad, Rewari and Jhajjar (Haryana) and Alwar district in Rajasthan.Total population of NCR as per 2001 census was 3.71 crores. By 2011, the population touched 4.86 crores and by 2021 it will be 6.41 crores! Key reason for the increase in population is the immigrant population from different parts of the country (predominantly from UP, Bihar, Uttaranchal, Rajastan and Haryana).Central NCR is notified as Delhi and adjoining cities of Ghaziabad — Loni, Noida, Gurgaon-Manesar, Faridabad-Ballabhgarh, Bahadurgarh and Sonipat-Kundli. We have seen massive real estate development in these areas in the last few years.In order to cater to the growth of population, further six-tier hierarchal development is planned. Six tier settlement systems are Metro Centre, Regional Centre, Sub-Regional Centre, Service Centre, Central Village and Basic Village.Seven metro centers are Faridabad-Ballabhgarh, Gurgaon-Manesar, Gaziabad-Loni, NOIDA, Sonepat-Kundli, Greater NOIDA and Meerut. As per the plan, these centres are the potential growth nodes to attract capital functions and activities and help in population dispersal from the national capital. Because of their special functional status and size, a very high level of physical, social and economic infrastructure (better than that in the capital) is required to be developed within these towns/complexes. We have seen developmental actions in most of these metro centres in the last few years.Government agencies would not only have to create the necessary infrastructure in these Metro Centres but also facilitate the private sector investment therein.The next in hierarchy are regional centres/complex. Twelve regional centres are: Bhadurgarh, Panipat, Rohtak, Palwal, Rewari-Dharuhera-Bawal, Hapur-Pilkhua, Bulandshar-Khurja, Bagpat-Baraut, Alwar, Greater Bhiwadi and Shahjanpur-Neemrana-Behror Complex. Many of these cities have seen investments by government as well as private sectors in the last few years. Since there is a planned effort by central and state governments to develop these cities, one can expect substantial growth in real estate activities in the coming years.In order to increase the growth in all the planned growth settlements, excellent road and rail connectivity has been planned. Delhi roads will be decongested; rail and rail terminals will be less burdened mainly by diverting traffic from the metro through by-passes and introducing faster modes of mass transport and also constructing new corridors for it.The first project that is to be taken up to achieve this purpose is to construct Peripheral Expressways to connect NCR towns with each other. On the eastern side, the expressway will be constructed on Faridabad-Noida-Ghaziabad section and on the western periphery the expressway will encompass Ghaziabad-Kundli corridor. This project is to be implemented on a priority basis and work on this is on. The expressway between Ghaziabad to Meerut, for which feasibility study has been carried out, will be taken up in the subsequent phase.Roads connecting Sonepat-Baghpat-Meerut, Meerut-Hapur-Bulandshahr-Khurja-Palwal, Palwal-Sohna-Rewari and Rewari-Jhajjar-Rohtak-Sonepat will be enhanced.It has also been proposed to develop the existingRing Road and the five radial roads (National Highways) up to Central NCR towns (NH 1 Delhi to Kundli,NH 2 Delhi to Ballabgarh, NH 8 Delhi to Gurgaon, NH 10 Delhi to Bahadurgarh and NH 24 Delhi to Ghaziabad to expressway standards. In some cases, there might be an elevated expressway where no land is available for upgradation.Out of the seven radial roads declared national highways, NH 71 Rewari to Rohtak, NH 71A Rohtak to Panipat, NH 58 Ghaziabad-Meerut-Muzaffarnagar and NH 91 Ghaziabad-khurja-Aligargh are proposed to be upgraded to four-lane divided carriageway.Moreover, Lobni-Baghpat-Shamli state highway corridor may be upgraded to that of four-lane divided carriageway.Development of the road network alone will not be able to meet the transport demand in NCR. So, the 2021 proposes to develop a supportive rail network. There is also a proposal to connect Alwar, a regional Centre in Rajasthan, to Delhi or Gurgaon through upgraded radial corridor. [COLOR="rgb(0, 100, 0)"][COLOR="rgb(0, 100, 0)"]A primary Rapid Regional Rail (RRR) network would connect the regional towns with each other and with Delhi through dedicated lines. [/COLOR][/COLOR]This network is to be extended to the sub-regional centres so as to act as a feeder system to the Regional Rapid Transport (RRT) system.In this connection, it is proposed that a rail link between Rewari to Bhiwandi be taken on a priority basis. The rail link between Rohtak to Hansi may also be taken up to facilitate the movement between Delhi and Hissar. Besides, an orbital rail corridor is planned to connect radial corridor of the Indian Railway at central NCR (CNCR) towns, which are Bahadurgarh, Faridabad, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon and Noida. The Mass Rapid Transport System (MRT) would be extended to CNCR towns and integrated with upgraded ring railway in Delhi and with the proposed RRTs.Also there might be more domestic air terminals in the region apart from another international airport.The whole transportation system plan is to beimplemented in two phases, 2001 – 11 and 2011 – 21.
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Old Posted Jul 1, 2012, 7:46 PM
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Lets have a look at NCR map to see where and how close to Delhi border Kundli/Sonepat complex exist......and where the satellite township will settle in near future, so as to decongest Delhi...........

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TDI KUNDLI PROJECTS ON A ROLL................



TDI RIVOLI CLUB NEAR COMPLETION



RAM MANDIR IN B BLOCK, TDI KUNDLI.......

Recently, Gurudwara was inaugurated in TDI Kundli...

BEMISAAL HIGHWAY FOOD PLAZA at TDI Kundli.


600 families have moved into TDI Kingsbury.

85% possession given to plot owners.

150 Bed superspeciality hospital inaugurated at TDI Kundli.

FOR FULL STORY OF DEVELOPMENT (roads/ gym/ clubs/ apartment/ villas) OF TDI Kundli, read this pulse letter with images inside..............

http://www.tdigroup.net/images/button/TDI_Pulse.pdf
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Haryana government to make a global horticulture market in Sonipat, Ganaur
Asit Manohar, ET Bureau Jun 28, 2012, 02.33PM IST



PANIPAT: To make a world-class, modern, wholesale fruit and vegetable platform, the Haryana government has decided to make use of French expertise in horticulture marketing and develop an International Horticulture Market (IHM) in Ganaur and Sonipat.

The market will be spread across 493 acres with an investment of around Rs1,250 crore. Once the market becomes fully operational, Rs850 crore of business is expected annually.

"When 100 percent operational, the annual volume of the fruit and vegetable at IHM would be around 20 lakh metric tonne out of which 10 percent would come from exports and 90 from the domestic market," said Dr JS Yadav, member of expert committee, World Union of the Whole Sale Market. He added that the objective is to match with Paris and Rungis International Market for commodities of France.

Expected Turnover

"On an average we expect to get around Rs25 per kg of the horticulture product at IHM from the domestic market while Rs200 per kg from the export market and hence net export turnover would be around Rs400 crore while the expected domestic turnover would be around Rs450 crore," said Dr Yadav.

He said that France is experienced in marketing horticulture products across the world through the horticulture marketing hubs in Paris and Rungis.

Yadav added that IHM would have all the required infrastructural and administrative facilities for marketing like warehousing, transportation (domestic and international), market chain, loading and off loading etc.

Proposed Facilities

Chaman Lal, engineer in-chief, marketing board, Haryana said, "IHM is expected to become partially operational by August 2012 and most probably would be run on a public private partnership (PPP) model. Initially, there will be loading and unloading facility along with primary processing facility for the players at IHM."

Batting for the PPP model, he said that the marketing board was in consultation with the financial intermediaries such as IFCL, Nabard, World Bank etc. to provide easy access to fund for the private parties. He said that the French consultants have submitted a detailed project report (DPR) and it would take 5-6 month to take shape.

Surender Mohan Sharma, executive engineer at the Haryana Marketing Board said, "IHM would be developed in different phases and the first phase would be 10 years of which the first two years has been devoted to land and infrastructural developments."

Sharma said, "Ganaur is close to Azadpur which is a market of national importance. Around 30 percent of the total inflow and 28 percent of the total outflow of Azadpur Market passes through this route. Hence, Ganaur is a strategic location for setting up a modern hub as the road load factor for Ganaur is very high. 58 percent of the total arrival and dispatch from Azadpur passes Ganaur TMC."

He said that the proposed site is also well connected with major production areas of other adjoining states like Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Chandigarh.

"IHM would give boost to the frozen fruits and vegetable market. This is due to the increasing standards of life and to the progressive equipment of household in freezer. Therefore, the need for facilities for deep freezing and storing frozen products will develop. Taking advantage of existing services in the platform, specialised companies will be interested in locating their operations here," said Ajay Vir Jakhar, president, Bharat Krishak Samaj.

He said that IHM would ensure food safety, quality of product, hazard management, fire, food and sustainable development in the country.
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Cash crunch over, May deadline for Kundli-Manesar-Palwal expressway
TNN Jun 9, 2012, 04.34AM IST


NEW DELHI: The Haryana and Delhi governments have set next May as the new deadline for completing the 135km Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway. The road, which is 50% of the ring expressway coming up around Delhi, was planned to take the heavy vehicles load off Delhi roads.

After a two-hour meeting with the private developer KMP Expressway Ltd on Friday, Delhi chief minister Sheila Dikshit and her Haryana counterpart Bhupinder Singh Hooda claimed that all issues had been resolved. They said the developer had faced financial crunch, slowing down the project, but the problem had been solved.


The Haryana government, which awarded the project in 2006, earlier fixed December 2010 as the deadline but only 60% of the work has been completed.

The developer has now been asked to open the "priority stretch" of the expressway between Palwal and Manesar by mid-September or mid-October.
A senior official who attended the meeting said Haryana had warned the developer that the contract would be terminated if it failed to meet the May 2013 deadline.

The meeting, which was held at the Delhi secretariat, was also attended by the Supreme Court-appointed Environmental Protection and Conservation Authority chairman, Bhure Lal, who is monitoring the ring expressway projects.

The developer's financial crunch was the main reason behind the delay, both CMs said, adding that the private player claimed that it now has enough finances to expedite the work.

The Delhi and Haryana governments, however, failed to sort out the issue of sharing the land acquisition cost for the project, sources said.

Due to the delays in the land acquisition, the liability on the Delhi government has increased to Rs 1,110 crore against the original estimate of Rs 167 crore. "The Delhi government can't be made to pay for this high escalation just on the ground that this expressway will reduce environmental pollution. There will be another round of meeting at the chief-secretary level where Haryana will submit how much land it acquired only for the road. How can huge public exchequer be doled out to Haryana when this project will bring huge economic prosperity only to Haryana?" asked a source in the Delhi government.

He added that though SC had fixed the criteria of sharing the acquisition cost, Delhi could not be made to take the burden of Haryana's inefficiencies.

The expressway will connect NH-1 at Kundli and NH-2 at Faridabad via NH-10 and NH-8
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Kundli's connectivity further boosted by approval of Eastern Peripheral Expressway.

Expressway it is, now ready to take off


Posted: Friday, Jun 08, 2012 at 0136 hrs IST

New Delhi: After being stuck for well over five years, the Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE) looks set to take off with a longstanding debate over its classification now resolved.
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee has prevailed over Road Transport and Highways Minister C P Joshi and Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia to designate the 135-km peripheral road around Delhi as an “expressway”, which would involve toll rates identical to those for any national highway, rather than as a “bypass”, for which the toll would have been 1½ times as high. The highways ministry has been directed to charge highway toll rates.

The Eastern PE will connect Kundli to Palwal in Haryana through Ghaziabad, forming a ring with the Western PE between the same two points but through Manesar. The twin expressways will allow traffic to skirt Delhi unless bound for the capital. The WPE project is being undertaken by the Haryana government, which has awarded the contract to DS Construction.

The resolution of the debate gives the two expressways equivalent status. Had the EPE been a bypass, its higher toll would have forced traffic onto the WPE.

The resolution came last week at a meeting of a group of ministers formed in February at the Prime Minister’s behest. “It has been decided that the road is an expressway. If the implementing agency wants to charge a higher rate, then it will mean revising the toll rates for expressways,” said an official close to the development.

It is up to the ministry to award the project. It was impressed upon them in the meeting, sources said, that it must be expedited as per directions of the Prime Minister.

The Cabinet Committee on Infrastructure and the Public Private Partnership Appraisal Committee, which approved the project, had called for national highway-equivalent toll rates and the highways ministry had initially agreed, but later went by the Planning Commission position that it was a bypass and should have a higher toll rate.

Gajendra Haldea, adviser to Ahluwalia, had argued that the EPE will be built at about Rs 30 crore per kilometre as against Rs 6 to Rs 10 crore per km for a national highway
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kundli's connectivity by 2016...........

1) already on national highway 1

2) kundli manesar palwal expressway expected by may 2013

3) kundli-ghaziabad palwal expressway by 2016


4) rapid rail transport system from delhi- panipat by 2016

5) global corridor with trains along kundli-manesar palwal expressway

6) already sonepat has a train station, trains run every 30-45 minutes from delhi to sonepat


7) narela (3 kms from kundli)- gurgaon airport 100 metre road expected to be ready by 2015.


8) world bank sanctioned crores of rupees to make national highway from kundli to panipat signal free and with new flyovers.

9) delhi metro to reach narela by 2021. Dda negotiating with delhi metro to get metro by 2016 in phase iv. Delhi government has agreed to share 10% of cost of metro project. Kundli-sonepat also proposed on metro route.

all this is because of impact of rajiv gandhi education city, which when fully functional will have 1.5 lakh students in one campus.
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Check out for ravishing and stylish Parker Apartments, Kundli coming at a pricey 80-85 lakhs for 4 BHK.










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Check out for Jindal Global city, Sonepat built on township concept at 650 acres. Villas/ cottages/ malls/ schools/ Jindal university (law university already there)/ commercial centres and Jindal office complex.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONdMahpXeMU
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INDIA'S largest flag in terms of size waiving proudly in front of OP Jindal University, Sonepat. There were many hurdles for clearence for this flag but Naveen Jindal, Member of Parliament got the approval.


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Jindal Global University currently has 1000 students in its three schools – business law and international affairs — and will grow to approximately 2,500 students over the next few years, as well as add a school of government and public policy next year.

JGU will get help in its mission through a partnership with IU highly regarded School of Public and Environmental Affairs. The partnership will involve student and faculty exchanges, as well as joint programming. It builds on existing relationships between JGU and the Kelley School of Business and the Maurer Law School.

JGU is a private university started by Naveen Jindal who runs Jindal Steel and Power Co., which is part of the Jindal Group, a nearly $1 billion organization. The university was started less than three years ago to promote public service through education, and IU and Jindal formalized a partnership.
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OP Jindal University, Sonepat

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TDI RIVOLI CLUB AT KUNDLI SONEPAT INAUGURATED ON JULY 1ST, 2012
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TDI Inaugurates TDI Club, Tivoli at TDI City Kundli

First Recreational Club in TDI City, Kundli
Club soon to open for Members of TDI City, Kundli.



New Delhi, July 1, 2012: TDI Recreations & Amusement Co. Ltd today inaugurated TDI Club, Tivoli at TDI City, Kundli, an integrated township spread over more than 1250 acres, the largest development north of Delhi.

Mr. Ravinder Taneja, Vice Chairman, TDI Group and Mr. Rohit Gupta, Director, New India Hospitality Limited performed the inaugural "puja ceremony" in the morning followed by lunch. Top management of both the companies and eminent media personalities were present. This was a soft launch of the Club which will soon open for the members.

Speaking on the occasion Mr. Ravinder Taneja, Vice Chairman, TDI Group said, "We are pleased to present TDI Club Tivoli in TDI City, Kundli. The Club will be an exclusive social hub with best in class recreational amenities and world class infrastructure to hold conferences, business meetings and social gatherings."

He added, “In our endeavor to provide the best of facilities and amenities within the township we already have a commercial complex operational for daily shopping needs, a Temple, Doctor’s Clinic, Helpline Centre, on call ambulance, cab and free transportation from the TDI City to nearest Metro Station. The TDI School, super specialty hospital, Gurdwara, mall-cum-multiplex and many more facilities will be available soon to the residents.

He further added, "New India Hospitality Limited has considerable experience and expertise in professional services of day-to-day management of the club which will lead us to achieve optimum efficiency, economy and profitability in operations and services."

About Club Tivoli, TDI City
TDI Club Tivoli is an opulent club located in A Block of TDI City, Kundli.
State-of-the- art facilities: Swimming pool, a splash pool for children, tennis and badminton courts, an exclusive spa, kid's zone, jogging track, gymnasium alongside yoga and meditation centres, a vast library, fine dining comprising a 70-seater bar, a 64-seater coffee shop and an 80-seater multi-cuisine restaurant along with a five star accommodation, guest rooms, F&B production facility with appropriate public, commercial, and service areas. In addition we will also have a food court serving lip-smacking fare.

According to the venture signed in Jan 2011, the management of all the hospitality services will be jointly handled by TDI and Tivoli groups. New India Hospitality Limited, a subsidiary of Tivoli Group, will render consultancy and advisory services related to the development and operation of Club and other services.

About TDI City, Kundli:
TDI City, Kundli is just 15 minutes drive from Rohini & Pitampura, is close to KMP & KGP Expressways and 5000 acre Rajiv Gandhi Education City. The proposed Rapid Rail Transit System (RRTS) will connect Kundli and ISBT Delhi in 20 minutes. Delhi Metro is also likely to reach Kundli in the near future.

TDI City, Kundli is an integrated township of over 1250 acres on main NH-1 wherein about 600 families have already moved in and many more are shifting every day. Bustling with life, the township delivers world class living experience to its residents.
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The exclusive Club will fulfil recreational pursuits of the residents of TDI City, Kundli. Club Tivoli, Tdi City would be an idyllic getaway from the humdrum regime of urban life offering various recreational avenues such as yoga, gym, swimming pool, jogging track, kids-zone, indoor & outdoor games and lots more.

About Club Tivoli, TDI City
Club Tivoli, TDI City is a part of TDI City, Kundli an integrated township situated on main NH-I, GT Karnal Road, District Sonepat, Haryana; with state-of-the-art facilities of Swimming, Gymnasium & Spa, Yoga & Meditation, Tennis, Badminton, Library, Bar, Food Court, Multi-cuisine dining outlet, kids zone, banquets and conferencing, guest rooms, F&B production facility together with appropriate public, commercial, storage and service areas and facilities.
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