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Hong Kong-Kai Tak International Airport with 3 generations of the Boeing 747 present: Air India Boeing 747-200B, United Airlines Boeing 747-422, and Cathay Pacific Boeing 747-367

Noida is one of the fastest growing cities in India. Despite of the fact that city has excellent infrastructure the property prices are very economical. Hence people are looking for affordable projects like Spectrum Metro

New Delhi Railway Station Arup was selected, in consortium with Terry Farrell and Partners and SMEC, to redevelop New Delhi Railway Station in India as an urban icon for a modern, vibrant city. New Delhi Station is the first station within the Ministry of Railways’ World-class Station programme, as identified in the Government’s 11th five-year plan for infrastructure improvement on India’s railways.

Pankaj Bajaj Eldeco - The real estate giant in India. Eldeco infrastructure and development group has new residential projects to be launched. Visit to know more.

In step with the modern times and the era of great logistical comfort...the Delhi Metro is one of the best ways to get around and into the Capital city....Enjoy your stay at Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Gurgaon!

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from Best Real Estate Agent in Delhi/NCR - India

The Extravagance of IT office Spaces in Gurgaon

The metro cities of India are developing at a very rapid pace and are evolving in the paints of urbanization. Indian metros are becoming a perfect example of well built and planned infrastructure. Gurgaon is also one among the most prospered metros of the world. The city is known as the heart of Information and Technology of India, being the reason for the huge demand of IT office space in Gurgaon.

from The Economic Times

Mumbai Metro rolls out - Twelve major infrastructure developments in 2014

Mumbai Metro rolls out - Twelve major infrastructure developments in 2014 | The Economic Times