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After Twin Towers Demolition, Supertech Eyes New Project On Noida Site

In August last year, the Supreme Court had ordered demolition of the twin towers. (Representational)New Delhi: Realty firm Supertech Ltd, which incurred a loss of about Rs 500 crore from the demolition of its twin towers, wants to develop a new housing project at the same place and it will seek refund of land cost and other expenses if authorities do not approve the plan, its Chairman R K Arora said.The nearly 100-metre-tall twin towers -- Apex and Ceyane -- were demolished at 2.30 pm on August 28 as per a Supreme Court order that found their construction within Emerald Court premises in violation of norms. More than 3,700 kg of explosives were used in this operation.After the debris gets cleared from the site, Mr Arora said the company will submit a proposal before the Noida developmen...
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Noida Twin Towers Land Will Be Used For Other Residential Project: Suprtech

On August 28, Supertech's "illegal" Twin Towers were demolished in Noida after Supreme Court's order.Noida: Supertech Limited on Thursday stated that the Twin Towers, which were demolished on August 28, belonged to the company and will be used for another residential project after getting the due approval from Noida Authority and consent from the homebuyers of Emerald Court.In an exclusive interview to ANI, RK Arora, Chairman and Managing Director of Supertech Limited said that The Twin Towers Apex and Ceyane in Noida are a part of the Emerald Court Project at Sector 93A constructed on land allotted by Noida Authority."The building plans of the Project including the two towers were approved by the Noida Authority in 2009 which was strictly in accordance with the then prevailing Building...
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Noida Twin Towers Land To Be Used For Residential Project: Supertech

On August 28, Supertech's "illegal" Twin Towers were demolished in Noida after Supreme Court's order.Noida: Supertech Limited on Thursday stated that the Twin Towers, which were demolished on August 28, belonged to the company and will be used for another residential project after getting the due approval from Noida Authority and consent from the homebuyers of Emerald Court.In an exclusive interview to ANI, RK Arora, Chairman and Managing Director of Supertech Limited said that The Twin Towers Apex and Ceyane in Noida are a part of the Emerald Court Project at Sector 93A constructed on land allotted by Noida Authority."The building plans of the Project including the two towers were approved by the Noida Authority in 2009 which was strictly in accordance with the then prevailing Building...
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Noida Supertech Twin Towers Demolition: Two Black Boxes Recovered

Eight more black boxes are yet to be recovered from the debris of Noida twin towersNoida: Two black boxes, placed inside the now-demolished twin towers in Noida for research purposes, have been recovered while discussions continued Thursday over the ongoing repairs in ATS Village and Emerald Court societies, officials said. While the complete post-demolition structural audit of the critical residential towers located within 50 metres of the twin towers is yet to be done, around one dozen window panes in Emerald Court and three dozen in ATS Village developed cracks and were being repaired, the officials said.A nine-metre stretch of a boundary wall was damaged and it also came to light that some common areas and residential towers in the critical zone had developed "cosmetic cracks", they...
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When Noida Twin Towers Were Demolished, Air Pollution Spiked This Much

The Supertech Twin Towers in Noida were demolished at 2.30 pm on SundayNoida: The PM 10 and PM 2.5 levels that spiked drastically near the Supertech twin towers following their demolition returned close to usual levels on Monday, official data showed. The biggest spike in PM 10 and PM 2.5 levels was recorded at Parsvnath Prestige society near the now-demolished twin towers in Sector 93A followed by the City Park and the Barat Ghar in Gejha village.Data from Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board (UPPCB) showed that for the 2 pm to 10 pm period on Sunday, the PM 10 level in Parsvanth Prestige had spiked to 676 while it was 81 on Saturday and 137 on Monday.The demolition took place at 2.30 pm on Sunday.The PM 10 figures during the 2 pm to 10 pm period on Sunday at City Park was 383 while i...
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Avoid Area For Few Days if Possible: Doctors To People Living Nearby Demolished Noida Towers

Over 3,700 kg explosives were used to bring down the structures in pursuance of a Supreme Court order.New Delhi: As the nearly 100-metre-tall Supertech twin towers were razed to the ground on Sunday, doctors said people living nearby, especially those suffering from respiratory diseases, should take extra care and avoid the area for a few days if possible. The demolition of nearly 100-metre-tall structures generated an estimated 80,000 tonnes of construction and demolition waste and sent huge clouds of dust billowing in the air. The doctors said most dust particles are 5 microns or less and can remain suspended in the air for a few days in the absence of favourable meteorological conditions like strong winds and rain. Massive dust pollution can lead to itching in the eyes, nose and skin...
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Supertech Says It Lost Rs 500 Crore In Demolition Of Noida Twin Towers

The nearly 100-metre-tall Supertech twin towers were demolished today.Noida: Realty firm Supertech Ltd has incurred a loss of about Rs 500 crore, including construction and interest costs, because of the demolition of its twin towers in Noida, the company's chairman RK Arora said on Sunday.The nearly 100-metre-tall twin towers -- Apex and Ceyane -- were demolished at 2.30 pm on Sunday as per a Supreme Court order that found their construction within Emerald Court premises in violation of norms. More than 3,700 kgs of explosives were used in this operation. The cost of the demolition itself is estimated at about Rs 20 crore."Our overall loss is around Rs 500 crore, taking into account the amount we have spent on land and construction cost, the charges paid to authorities for various appr...
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“Law Ultimately Catches Up”: Top Bureaucrat On Noida Twin Tower Demolition

Supertech Twin Tower in Noida was demolished by authorities today.Lucknow: Additional Chief Secretary of Uttar Pradesh Awanish K Awasthi on Saturday said that the demolition of "illegal" twin towers prove that the law ultimately catches up. "These illegal twin towers were ordered to be demolished in strict action by the Supreme Court. This proves law will ultimately catch up. This will send a message that illegal work will not be tolerated in the state," says Awanish K Awasthi, ACS,Home, UP. This came moments before the Supertech Twin Tower in Noida was about to be demolished by the authorities. The go-ahead for demolishing the twin towers with explosives was given by the Supreme Court. The health impact of the resulting dust on residents will be minimal as experts overseeing the demoli...
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Noida Twin Towers Demolition: Flat Owners To Be Refunded In Full

Seen here are Supertech's 40-storey twin towers at Emerald Court Project in NoidaNew Delhi: The Supreme Court Friday assured the home buyers of the to-be-razed 40-storey twin-towers of real estate firm Supertech in Noida that they will be refunded the full amount deposited with the builder.The apex court also asked the Interim Resolution Professional (IRP) of the firm, facing insolvency proceedings, to deposit Rs one crore with the apex court registry.The Supertech's 40-storey twin towers at Emerald Court Project of Sector 93A of Noida are scheduled to be razed on August 28.A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud, AS Bopanna, and JB Pardiwala said that the home buyers of twin powers will get their total refund but for the time being, they will be paid from Rs one crore, which will be deposit...
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Noida Twin Towers: Cops Ban Use Of Drones From August 26 To 28

No human, animal or vehicles would be allowed in the exclusion zone on August 28.Noida: The Noida Police on Thursday banned use of drones in city skies from August 26 till August 28 citing security reasons in view of the demolition of Supertech's illegal towers, according to an order.Deputy Commissioner of Police (Headquarters) Ram Badan Singh invoked the powers under CrPC Section 144 as he passed the ban order."Emerald Court Twin Towers in Sector 93A of Noida are proposed to be demolished on August 28. It is necessary to ban drone operations in view of security," the order stated."Drones will not be operated by any private person or institution from August 26 to 28. Violation of this order will be an offense punishable under IPC Section 188," it added.Earlier police had declared that d...