#RealtyNewsRoundup: PNB Loans Get Cheaper From May 1
State-run lender Punjab National Bank has cut its marginal cost of funds-based lending rate (MCLR) by 10-15 basis points across different maturities from May 1. The revised MCLR will be 8.35 per cent for one-year credit from May 1, as against 8.45 per cent earlier.
The Urban Development Ministry has conducted the Swachh Survekshan Survey which showed 82 per cent respondents have reported improvement in sanitation infrastructure and services such as door-to- door collection of waste. Also, over three crore toilets have been built so far under the mission.
Following the parameters set by the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, 2016, the Noida Authority will be putting up details of the existing and ongoing projects of the city on its website in a month’s time. Meanwhile, Noida residents would now be able to apply for power connections online through newly launched portal of Uttar Pradesh Power Corporation Ltd. Applicants will also be able to track the status of their application online by entering relevant details.
The Delhi High Court has asked the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation why it cannot provide free basic services such as drinking water and sanitation to travelers at the stations. Earlier, the court had asked the corporation to submit details of drinking water and toilet facilities at stations.
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