DURGA SHANKER MISHRA
Centre's sanction for houses being funded under PMAY-Urban crosses over one crore
Addressing a press conference, Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said in the next three to four months, the ministry will sanction all the 1.12 crore houses, a target set by the government.
Finance Ministry mulls stress fund for infra sector: Housing Secretary Durga Shanker Mishra
Housing Secretary Durga Shanker Mishra said that ...
HUA launches 'Angikaar campaign', to bring PMAY(U) beneficiaries into Ujjawala, Ayushman Bharat fold
According to the ministry, around 88 lak...
All PMAY houses to be sanctioned by March 2020: Hardeep Singh Puri
Of the initial target of 1 crore houses in urban India, 84 lakh had been sanctioned, Hardeep Singh Puri said on the sidelines of the event.
Govt may consider amendments in RERA to make it more effective: Urban Affairs Secretary
Urban Affairs Secretary said the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016 has brought respect and value to this sector, which was earlier unregulated and known for blackmoney.
Proposed model tenancy law: Housing ministry to approach Cabinet for approval
Urban affairs secretary said all building approvals and completion certificates would be made available online within stipulated timeframe across the country as part of the ease of doing business objective.
Centre to incentivise states completing smart city projects fast
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday asked all the chief secretaries of states to monitor the progress of smart city projects for early completion.
Homes for poor: Government revises target
Durga Shanker Mishra said now the target is to expedite construction and to achieve this govt will bring in new tech for faster and quality construction of houses.
Committe set up to recommend Metro fair hike seeks more time
It was given a three-months time to submit the report but now the Committee head has asked the government another three more months to submit its report.
Retd justice M L mehta to head panel on revising metro fares
Former judge of Delhi High Court Justice M L Mehta was today appointed as chairman of a three-member government panel on revision of Delhi Metro rail fares.
Government readies model to use PSU surplus land for low-cost homes
Centre is in consultation with the state governments and UTs to persuade states to acquire available land of public sector enterprises for this purpose.
AAP cabinet minister Kapil Mishra takes stock of polluted Yamuna
AAP cabinet minister Kapil Mishra tours over 21 km of river’s stretch with officials to conduct a fact finding survey on site.
UP Minister downplays LIU report on Durga Sakthi, says inquiry is on
Seeking to downplay the LIU report that suspended IAS officer Durga Sakthi Nagpal was not present during demolition of a wall of a mosque.
BJP committed to constructing Ram temple: Kalraj Mishra
BJP is committed to constructing Ram temple in Ayodhya and it would go for Constitution amendment if required, Kalraj Mishra said today.
Memorials constructed during Maya regime exempted from tax
Parks and memorials constructed with thousands of crores of rupees during the Mayawati regime had been exempted from house and water tax by her government.
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