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Greater Noida History

Greater Noida History

greater noida history
greater noida history

Greater Noida History: In the early 1980s, the Indian government felt that the rapid expansion of Delhi would result in anarchy. Therefore, they planned to develop residential and industrial areas around the capital to reduce the demographic burden. Prior to Greater Noida City, two areas were developed – Gurgaon across the border from Haryana, and Noida across the border with Uttar Pradesh.

More prominent Greater Noida Notified Area – 38000 Ha Comprising 124 towns (308 km2) Noida’s framework was deliberately kept up, however, the Indian economy saw an immense development during the 1990s. Migration in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Bangalore exceed the plan’s estimate. Greater Noida was developed to accommodate population growth for 15–20 years. However, large population flows from Delhi exceeded in 15 years, although its intake is not complete and illegal mining is a problem. The government of Uttar Pradesh decided to develop another city as an extension of  Greater Noida with better planning. The idea was to build a world-class city about 25 km from Noida. A railway station near Borki and an international airport were later included in the plan to develop Greater Noida as an independent city.