Sources said that bankers sought many clarifications from NBCC on its resolution plan and asked it to sweeten the bid.
Additional Solicitor General A N S Nadkarni, appearing for the Centre, referred to the affidavit and said the Delhi government should pay the dues.
In an order, the tribunal directed the YEIDA to ensure that the development work is not obstructed by the Noida development authority.
Delhi government has to deposit Rs 3,577.52 crore while the Uttar Pradesh government has to deposit Rs 1,218.12 crore for cost of land acquisition for the project.
The NHAI wrote a letter to the Delhi Police on September 13 for upgrading the speed limit to 120/100 kmph.
CM Yogi Adityanath speaking at the World Hindu Economic Forum said in the last two years UP received investment proposals worth Rs 5 lakh crores.
It may be recalled that a few days ago, a young woman had died after a block of mortar fell on her head, while she was standing near Ameerpet Metro Station.
The 165-km-long road stretch that connects Delhi and Agra has seen 357 accidents, injuries to at least 822 people and death of 145 others till July 31 this year.
The mishap took place near Somatane village around 10.30 pm when Dr Ketan Khurjekar (44), a spine expert, and two other orthopedic surgeons were on way to Pune from Mumbai.
Six passengers, who were seriously injured, were admitted to a hospital in Jewar and the remaining injured were rushed to another facilities, the SP said.
Cyberabad Police Commissioner V.C. Sajjanar visited the blast scene. He told reporters that it was suspected to be chemical explosion.
Haldiram Education Society has collaborated with Noida administration for mass afforestation and rainwater harvesting activities in the 92 acre-area in Jewar which has been offered by JIL.
Two weeks ago a portion of the expressway had caved-in leading to a car accident injuring two persons.
YEIDA CEO Arunvir Singh said once the study was finalised, it would be put up before the YEIDA Board before seeking final approval from the Uttar Pradesh government.
Death rides the 165-km Delhi-Agra Yamuna Expressway where traffic rules are flouted and enforcement is poor, making it India’s most lethal highway