Friday, January 21, 2022

GMADA’s draw of residential plots in New Chandigarh on Feb 22

The Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) will hold a draw of 289 residential plots at Eco City-2, New Chandigarh on February 22.

Sharing the details, an official spokesperson of GMADA said that the list of the applicants, who will be eligible to take part in the draw, has already been uploaded on the website gmada.gov.in and the draw of lots will be held for the plots on February 22 at Community Centre, Purab Premium Apartments, Sector-88, SAS Nagar at 11 am.

MUST READ  CCTV cameras to keep vigil on criminals in Mohali villages

He informed that the results of the draw will be uploaded on the official website of GMADA on February 23, 2021. Notably, GMADA had offered the residential plots in size of 200 sq.yds, 300 sq.yds, 400 sq.yds, 450 sq.yds, 500 sq.yds, 1000 sq.yds and 2000 sq.yds.

Latest news

NSW asks people to get booster dose for extra protection against Omicron

Millions more people in NSW are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster vaccination after NSW Health brought forward the interval between doses by a...
MUST READ  Process for amendments in electoral roll has been started in 3 development blocks viz Totu and Chopal in district Shimla

Taskforce submits report on improving rehoming of dogs, cats in Victoria

With many Victorians welcoming a pet into their family over the festive season and demand for rehoming services high, the Andrews Labor Government is...

IVF procedures to resume amidst Covid pandemic

Following advice from the Chief Health Officer, in vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedures suspended as part of the temporary changes to protect our hospitals will...

139 students achieve top results in HSC 2021 results

The students who have obtained first place in a 2021 Higher School Certificate course will be acknowledged today for their extraordinary academic achievement.  Premier Dominic...

Related news

NSW asks people to get booster dose for extra protection against Omicron

Millions more people in NSW are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster vaccination after NSW Health brought forward the interval between doses by a...

Taskforce submits report on improving rehoming of dogs, cats in Victoria

With many Victorians welcoming a pet into their family over the festive season and demand for rehoming services high, the Andrews Labor Government is...

IVF procedures to resume amidst Covid pandemic

Following advice from the Chief Health Officer, in vitro fertilisation (IVF) procedures suspended as part of the temporary changes to protect our hospitals will...
MUST READ  Mohali ideal destination for Australian Universities: Punjab CS to High Commissioner of Australia

139 students achieve top results in HSC 2021 results

The students who have obtained first place in a 2021 Higher School Certificate course will be acknowledged today for their extraordinary academic achievement.  Premier Dominic...

Free tickets availabe for premier’s gala concert at NSW Seniors Festival

Christine Anu, Shannon Noll and Phil Burton from Human Nature will lead the line-up for the highly anticipated Premier's Gala Concerts during this year's...

76,000 students in HSC class of 2021 celebrate results

The wait is over for 76,000 students who have today received their Higher School Certificate results. Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell said this is a...

Shah Rukh Khan returns to social media with Insta post to promote LG rollable TV

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has returned to social media with a bang. The actor, who’s been missing since his son Aryn Khan’s arrest in...

Death of Charlise Mutten the 9-yr-old girl found dead in NSW, mourned in hometown Queensland

Hundreds gathered in Tweed Heads to mourn the death of nine-year-old girl Charlise Mutten, who was found dead after being reported missing in the Blue Mountains...