Sunday, June 5

Airport Express line: Another Star in Dwarka's Success

World class Airport Express Line is now available for Dwarka. It's not just a Metro Line but a feeling that we are progressing, Delhi is progressing & Dwarka is progressing. No one can forget the painful days of reaching international airport which was full of mismanagement around Taxi services in & out of airport. But with this I think the monopoly of shattered taxis is over & now we can too enjoy the world class services in the world class airport. Delhi has joined a select few cities in the world to have a high-speed corridor to the airport bringing the Indira Gandhi International Airport closer to the heart of the Capital.

Metro Station Airport Express line is a dedicated line running between New Delhi railway station to Dwarka Sector-21 via the Airport.

The Airport Express Link is a state-of-the-art Metro corridor that connects the Indira Gandhi International Airport with New Delhi City. Commuters can now zip to the Airport in only 18 minutes, whereas a road journey from the city to the Airport takes at least 45 minutes. This 22.7 kilometre long Metro corridor has completely revolutionized the transport scenario of the city.

Total Number of stations on the line:6 (New Delhi Railway Station - Shivaji Stadium - Dhaula Kuan - Delhi aerocity - Airport - Dwarka Sector- 21).

Baggage check in facility at New Delhi Metro Station and Shivaji Stadium, although baggage is allowed in the trains from all the stations on this line.Parking available at Shivaji Stadium and New Delhi stations.

Passengers getting down from the express link at Dwarka Sector-21 can directly board the train of line 3 (Dwarka Sector-21 to NOIDA city Centre) without changing the platform.

New Delhi Railway Station (NDRU)
The station is conveniently located within a walk able distance opposite New Delhi Railway Station (Ajmeri Gate Entry/Exit). Customers may use the foot over bridge from NDLS to the New Delhi Airport Express Station. The station is also integrated with the existing Metro station. Customers may reach the station through the extensive network of Delhi Metro. { DMRC Network}.

The New Delhi Station which is about 2 Kms. from Connaught Place is the central business district of New Delhi. The New Delhi Railway Station is one of India’s busiest and largest railway stations, handling nearly 4 lakh passengers daily and over 300 trains per day, from 16 platforms.
The NDRU station is an underground station with facilities for check-in and baggage handling. The station has two levels along with a mezzanine floor underground.
•Arrival is at first floor over the ground level
•Concourse is at first level underground
•Platform is at two levels underground from the ground level
•A mezzanine floor is also being planned between the concourse and ground level.

Shivaji Stadium (SJSU)
The station is located at BABA KHARAK SINGH MARG, near HANUMAN MANDIR - a location which is city's business and commercial hub. It is in close vicinity to the Rajiv Chowk Metro station. The Shivaji Stadium station is an underground station with facilities for check-in and baggage handling. The station has two levels along with a mezzanine floor underground:
•Arrival is at the ground level
•Concourse (departure) is at first level underground from the ground level
•Platform is at two levels underground from the ground level
•A mezzanine floor is also being planned between the concourse and ground level.

Dhaula Kuan (DKV)*
The station is at one of the business road transit hub of Delhi, well connected to the adjoining states - Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab. DKV is also well connected to the South, West and East Delhi by an extensive network of Delhi Transport Corporation. This is an elevated station which is located in Dhaula Kuan on National Highway – 8 at a distance of approximately 4 kms. from the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Presently Dhaula Kuan is a junction having major intersection of roads/highways in Delhi. Passing through the intersection are the Ring Road and the National Highway – 8. The Outer Ring Road connects South Delhi to West Delhi.

Delhi Aerocity (DACY)*
Located on the periphery of Delhi at NH8, DACY is a gateway of Delhi for people coming from Gurgaon (Haryana).The station is located near Mahipalpur Chowk. At present, very limited bus service is available to connect Mahipalpur to the IGI Airport. The Airport Express promises to be the fastest and most convenient mode of travel between the Airport and Mahipalpur Chowk.

IGI Airport (APOT)
The station is fully integrated with Terminal 3 at IGI Airport. A passenger may pick up a baggage trolley from the arrival hall of T3 terminal and conveniently walk inside the IGI station. A specially designed passenger passage brings a passenger from T3 terminal of IGI Airport to the Airport Express APOT station in no time.

Dwarka Sector 21 (DSTO)
Dwarka sector 21 station has seamless interchange with DMRC line 3 (Blue-line). It is also the terminating station of Delhi Airport Express. DSTO Station is fully integrated with the Delhi Metro Station, DSTO caters to the whole of East-West Delhi. Passengers may use Delhi Metro's Line3 to reach Dwarka station.

All the six metro stations on the line are known as City Airport Terminals (CATs). They are fitted with state-of-the-art gadgets like explosive detectors, large x-ray baggage scanners, under vehicle scanners, quick reaction teams and dog squads to ensure full security of commuters and baggage alike. All the stations are secured with a network of CCTV cameras which relays live images to the station control room, security control room and operations control centre. The security of the airport line is handled by Central Industrial Security Force who also handles the safety of all the stations of DMRC. All the stations are disabled friendly so that people on wheelchairs can access them with facilities such as stations with ramps having a mild slope leading to elevators, the elevators are specially designed for the convenience of physically challenged people and capable of carrying stretchers, help call points are located at various points of stations and trains so that in case of any emergency, a disabled person can seek help by just pressing the call buttons. The elevators can be used by visually impaired persons with the elevator buttons having Braille letters.

So enjoy this world class services & feel proud!!

Saturday, May 14

Delhi Public School (DPS), Dwarka - A class apart

DPS Dwarka (Delhi Public School,Dwarka) : After Delhi Metro, it is DPS Dwarka which has made the Dwarka what it is today. It is a shining star for the Dwarka. This is one of the main reason why so many parents decided to shift to Dwarka. Though today Dwarka is no short of best of the schools in Delhi but no one can ignore the importance of DPS Dwarka.

DPS Dwarka strongly believes that children need love, trust and faith to blossom into responsible and mature individuals. The school provides a congenial atmosphere to nurture the young minds to dream big ,aspire, explore and achieve the impossible. The school also provides wonderful opportunities for the students to develop their interests in public speaking, quizzing, environment awareness & conservation, Dance, Music, Art, Taekwondo etc. The aim is to see each student of DPS Dwarka develop their own potential, to contribute to the welfare of mankind.

DPS DWARKA - Nestled at Sector III, Dwarka, in a sprawling ten acre land has set for itself very high standards which aims at the all-round intellectual, emotional, physical, spiritual and aesthetic development of every student. Affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, the school offers medical, non-medical, humanities and commerce streams in classes XI and XII. The school offers innumerable facilities and opportunities for the students to explore and enjoy.

The school has vast play areas developed to national standards with special facilities for cricket, football, basketball, tennis, badminton etc. Special coaches train the students in these sports. The school takes pride in its greenery in and around the school. The lush green lawns, seasonal colourful flowers which are a treat for the eyes make the atmosphere very congenial for study.

Its their belief that...

•Each child is unique and has special abilities and interests that must be recognized and developed.
•Education of all children is the shared responsibility of home, school and community.
•Students have a responsibility for their own learning and for their personal conduct.
•Parents have a responsibility for setting values and expectations that support the learning process.
DPS-Dwarka family comprises the school management, parents, staff, students and citizens who envision a dynamic learning community where?..
•Education is valued and children cherished.
•There is a common commitment to academic excellence and inspired performance.
•School is safe and inspiring place.
•Diversity is valued as it enriches our daily lives.
•Families play a vital, active and responsible role in the education of children.
•Mutual trust and respect exist.

Main Academic Wing established in 1996 with the motto "Service Before Self", and run under the aegis of the Delhi Public School Society. The school is located in a landscaped campus area of 10 acres (40,000 m2) at Sector-III, Phase-I, Dwarka, New Delhi. The school is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education for classes from Nursery to XII. The school's Principal is Mrs. Sunita Tanwar.The school has facilities for cricket, football, basketball, tennis, badminton etc. Coaches train the students in these sports. The school provides opportunities for the students to develop their interests in public speaking, quizzing, environment awareness and conservation, dance, music, art, and taekwondo.

Delhi Public School - Dwarka is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, the school offers medical, non-medical and commerce streams in classes XI and XII. it is a private institution run by the Delhi Public School Society. which is the largest educational board in the country and is duly recognised by the Deptartment of Education, Govt. of NCT Delhi and the Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India. Streams Offered: Science: English Core, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology/Economics/Computer Science/Bio-Tech, Commerce: English Core, Mathematics, Economics, Accountancy, Business Studies, Informatics Practices, Humanities: English (Core/Elective) and Economics and any 3 from the following: History, Sociology, Political Science, Mathematics, Geography, Psychology, Multimedia & Web Technology or Informatics Practices.

Contact Details:
Address : Sector 3, Phase-I, Dwarka , New Delhi - 11004 (India)
Phone: 25074472-75 , 25074494
Email Address:

Banquet Halls in Dwarka

Most comprehensive List of Banquet Halls in Dwarka

Gokul Garden Banquets

Set amidst lush green sprawling lawns promising the luxury just 8 kms from the international airport and 9 kms from the Domestic Airport, spread over one acre and full of luxurious exterior design to the beautiful & elegant interiors and also have air conditioned halls spread over 2200 sq ft., Green party lawns spread over 10000 sq. ft. and spectacular marshal lights right at the eye catching level & last but not the least is our beautifully designed washrooms. The Gokul Garden is ideal not only for marriage parties but also birthday parties, kitty parties, engagement parties, wedding ceremonies parties and business meetings also for those who want highest levels of comfort, service and cuisine with Lavish Facilities for relaxation and entertainment.

At Gokul Garden they have their in-house catering, experienced & well groomed staff & huge parking space. Their experienced chefs are trained in  Indian, Chinese, Mughlai and Continental cuisines.

Sector 7, Data Ram Marg,
Dwarka, New Delhi - 75
Near Dwarka Flyover

Priyanka's Banquet Hall
Sector 10 Dwarka, Dwarka,
New Delhi - 09818501076


Vashi Vatika
Road No 201,
Dwarka, Sector 7, Raj Nagar,
New Delhi


Zayca - Place page
Dwarka, Sector 7, Raj Nagar,
New Delhi


Abhiruchi Banquet Hall
Mr Anil, Joshi(Chandra ),Mr Solannkki- Owner
B-414, Sec-7 Main Mkt,Rampal Chowk,
Dwarka, Delhi - 110075
New Delhi


R P Greens Banquet Hall A C, Dwarka
Mr Aungad Kumar
+(91)-9654108377, 9899024511,
9278742352, 9711164417
B-267, Goyla Dairy, Qutub Vihar Phase-2,
Hanuman Chowk, Near Sec-19, Dwarka,
New Delhi - 110075


Green Garden in Dwarka
Ms Megha Kapoor,Mr Saxena
+(91)-(11)-64998100, 64998101
+(91)-9911166078, 9911781714
Sec-7,Nr Rishikul School & Mother Dairy,
Near Dwarka Flyover
Dwarka, Delhi - 110075


Nishant Banquet Marriage Party Hall in Dwarka
Mr Virender Sharma(proprietor),Mr Sandeep Sharma(Brother)
+(91)-9911755810, 9212155810
K-1/36, Oop Sec-5,Raja Puri,
Dwarka, Delhi - 110075


Shanti Garden, Dwarka
Mr Jasbir Singh Solanki(Managing Director),
Mr Jag Pravesh Solank(Director)
+(91)-9312669027, 9971123277,
9211339001, 9213212832
Sec-3, BH 66 KVA Power House,
Old Matiyala Raja Puri RD,
Dwarka, Delhi - 110075


Govindam Banquet Hall in Dwarka
Sector 7, Data Ram Marg,
Dwarka, New Delhi - 75
Near Dwarka Flyover

Friday, April 22

How to choose Summer Camps for kids in Dwarka

Summer is knocking the door and so is Summer Vacation. Parents in Dwarka must be thinking how to keep their wards busy during vacations. There are several ways through which you can keep your child occupied during vacations. Keeping children busy during vacations is extremely important where both parents are working professional. In subcity like Dwarka most families with working parents depend on a network of caregivers to manage work and family demands. Summer camp generally starts mid may. You will hear about several of camps which appear to be similar, but each camp has its own objective. In some apartment complex, Residents Welfare Association or Apartment Owners Association comes forward to organize a summer camp for the children in the apartment. Summer camp varies from day camps, sleep-away summer camp or month-long summer camps.

Most schools in Dwarka organize Summer camp. Generally they open it for their own students but many schools do allow kids from outside. Generally you have to make arrangements for droping & pick up the child from School which is generally painful & can actually mar all your plans for summer camp. If you have several kids from the same sector or apartment You can talk to the cab provide or even to the school & they will run a cab for you.Tips for Choosing Summer Camp

My advise, just consider this as a pass time activity with some byproduct of learning new skills. But generally it is for fun & keeping kids busy than watching TV all through the day or playing video games. If you keep too many expectations then you will feel the frustation.

DDA Sports complex also Oragnizes lot of summar camps like swimming, skating, TT, aerobics etc. Do contact them. You don't need DDAs membership to get your child registered there. It is generally cheaper than most schools as schools keep the fees same as the monthly tution fees. With Dwarka DDA sports complex you will have flexibility of timings, with schools you will not.

Summer Camp is not just camp that makes kids busy when parents are busy in their work. Summer camp allows kids to feel a sense of independence, builds self-esteem, try new things and provides your kids an opportunity to learn on nature and the outdoors. Therefore choosing a summer camp plays vital role. Following are some useful tips for choosing right summer camp.

» Decide together: Choosing Summer Camp is not merely deciding your budget and convenience. Summer Camp is a form of vacation, a learning experience, or a bit of both. Before you choose a Summer Camp, discuss with your kid whether your child would like to go to a day or overnight camp. Try to find out more about the likes and dislikes of your child. Discuss with your kids about special interests that your child wants to explore, expectations of the camp, fun and entertainment, learning new skills etc. Write down your goals and keep them in mind when planning camp activities. However, you should not force your child to take-up hobby classes or camp if your child is not interested.

» Make a List of Summer Camp: Choosing a summer camp program for your child involves some important research. Today there are number of summer camps such as hobby classes, Adventure Camp, Camp for awareness of nature and outdoor, learning new skills, arts and craft classes, cooking classes, computer courses etc. Check size of a camp, list of activities, whether day or overnight camp, Age of Kids, how close to home is the camp, cost of camp and discounts offered, opportunity to learn new skill, objective of camp etc. Make the list of service providers or Summer Camp organizers available in your city or neighborhood.

» Safety and emergency plans: The camp organizer must have provisions and medically trained staff to handle emergency or incase something goes wrong. You can ask for checklist or list of items you need to provide when your kid or children attending the summer camp. Find out what the camp’s rules and medical staff work at the camp.

» Ratio of staff members: Check that the staff-to-child ratio is appropriate for different age groups. It is recommended to have One staff member for every five campers ages 4 and 5,every six campers ages 6 to 8, every eight campers ages 9 to 14, every 10 campers ages 15 to 17 respectively.

» Ask Questions: Before you choose a summer camp ensure that the camp is safe, experienced and the camp will provide your kid an opportunity to learn new skills along with entertainment. You can ask questions to director of camp or counselors to clear your doubts. Ask questions such as how long it’s been operating, what licenses it has, How does the camp recruit staff, ratio of counselors to campers, Do counselors receive first-aid/CPR training, who will be driving kids on field trips, Duration of Camp, whether day camp or overnight camp etc. Ask about safety measures adopted, any previous accidents in camp etc. You can also ask referral of previous campers and schools attended summer camp last year. Familiarize yourself with any camp regulations regarding food and money.

» Choose One: Once you discussed and noted your kid’s likes and dislikes, shortlist 3 to 5 Summer Camp in your city or neighborhood that you feel best for this summer vacation. Eliminate one by one discussing with your kid and family members. Last you will have two or three summer camp which you can visit and talk to director or organizers of camp. Choose one summer camp that you feel your kid will enjoy and keep your kid busy this summer vacation.
When selecting a camp ask other parents, relatives or neighbor for recommendations. This can help you select a camp. Pick a camp according to your child’s interests. Taking a best friend along can be more than double the fun. Consider arranging for a first-time camper to attend with a close friend or relative. Tell your child about the activities offered and share brochures that you may have about the camp. Most summer camps provide supply lists. Pack according to what is listed.

You have another month to go before vacations start but it makes sense to start think about your options.

So kids get ready to enjoy your summer holidays this year!!!!

DDA Draw Results 2011: DDA Housing Scheme 2010 Online At Delhi Development Authority Website

This the latest notification for the applicants of Delhi Development Authority DDA Housing Scheme 2010 DDA Draw Results 2011 that was published on 18th April 2011, Monday.

The thing to be done by the applicants of DDA Housing Scheme 2010 is to visit the official website of Delhi Development Authority where the applicant can get the list of applicants who have won the DDA Draw Results 2011 in the pdf file that is made avail on DDA website.

This can be done by entering the application number or the registration number along with the scheme they have selected in the category offered by Delhi Development Authority.

DDA has now made available the results of the much awaited DDA housing scheme of 2010. The list of successful candidates can be downloaded from the official website of Delhi Development Authority. The list of 1021 pages displays the complete details of the successful applicants which includes form number, father's name and details of the flat allotted to the applicant.

There has been lot of speculation about the time of these results however it has to be said that DDA has done a commendable job to make the results public before the expected time to clear off the anxiety among the 7.53 lakhs applicants for over 16 thousand flats in the various parts of Delhi.

The draw was conducted amidst the tight security arrangements and huge gathering of people at CDAC’s sector-62 office. The proceedings were minutely observed via live footage on the television placed outside the hall by the number of applicants who gathered at the place of draw.

About 7.53 lakh people have applied for the 16,000 flats on offer. “This time, the exercise is more stringent than ever. Applicants have to make payments from their own accounts and details will be sent to the IT department for verification. This will rule out the involvement of speculators and property dealers,” the official said.

Sunday, February 6

Dwarka Expressway still far from a reality

Current Status of Dwarka Expressway to Gurgaon Manesar:

GURGAON: Zero kilometre from the Dwarka Expressway Hurry to avail inaugural discounts, such SMSes might be flooding your mobile inbox for quite sometime now. The state governments much touted project Northern Peripheral Road (NPR) also called the Dwarka Expressway which has become the USP (unique selling point) for over two dozen builders, who have projects lined up on the stretch, still remains a dream.

According to officials at the Haryana Urban Development Authority (HUDA), they are yet to begin with the tendering process for the project. It means that the groundwork on the Expressway, as being assured by some developers, is just a far-fetched sales pitch.

The proposed 18 kilometre long and 150 meter wide Expressway (which will connect Dwarka and NH-8) has been in news due to several pending litigations from both residents and industrialists who have their plots coming in the alignment of the road.

Of 18 kilometres, the state government has 12.5 kilometres completely free from litigation. While the remaining 5.5 kilometres land is under litigation in bits and pieces. According to records, of 661 acres to be built as the NPR, barely 26 acres in fragments is under stay from court. However, this less that five percent land has put brakes on almost one-third of the total project.

Maximum land under litigation is in the New Palam Vihar area while remaining pieces are spread across sectors like 100, 102,103, among others. We are at the final stages of preparing the paper for inviting tenders for the project which will likely be floated sometime in March, confirmed a HUDA official.

The NPR will also decongest Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway, particularly near Delhi-Gurgaon boarder toll plaza which has witnessed higher-than-expected traffic volume growth.

If the NPR comes up on time and the proposed housing projects are made available in the market, the expanded supply would correct property prices in areas like the Sohna Road and Golf Course Extension Road.

The flood of SMSes and emails from or on behalf of builders like Era (sector 103), Earth Infrastructure (sector 112), Landmark (sector 103), Rahejas (sector 108), Ansals Housing & Siddhartha (sector 106), to a name a few from the list, sell Expressway as the key point. There does not seem to be any other selling point, exerts Dr Sanjay Sharma of QuBREX.

Developers market their products on the basis of letter of intent proposed Metro station, Expressway, etc. It is incorrect to make a proposed project a USP since there is no surety. In this case, developers must inform the customer about the ground reality, explained Ankur Sood, VP, residential market, North India, Jones Lang LaSalle.

Meanwhile, the earth works being carried out in some portions by the government departments has suddenly stopped. Market analysts have started raising a question on the states will to rapidly complete the project which was floated more than five years ago.

The state has already issued licenses to developers and collected external development charges (EDC) and internal development charges (IDC) from them. The developers on their end have invited bookings and will charge these from its customers.

All the land that has been acquired for the project is from public money. It is such huge wastage of public resources which could have been moved for better purpose, asserted Ajay Dabas, director, Certes Realty Ltd, an NCR-based reality firm.

Read more: Dwarka Expressway far from a reality - The Times of India

Sunday, January 30

Dwarka Has Its First Brand New Hotel Now: The Park Plaza

Park Plaza Hotel Dwarka New Delhi

Welcome to the Park Plaza New Delhi Dwarka Hotel, the accommodation of choice for discerning travellers visiting New Delhi. Hotel amenities include a health club with a terrace swimming pool, Business Centre, complimentary Wi-Fi and world-class, on-site restaurants. One of the most convenient New Delhi hotels, Park Plaza New Delhi Dwarka is only 30 minutes from the New Delhi city centre and 20 minutes from Indira Gandhi International Airport.

Park Plaza Rooms:

Rest Well in our Stylish Dwarka Hotel Rooms

The Park Plaza New Delhi Dwarka features 209 modern, carefully appointed guest rooms and suites featuring contemporary furnishings, 37" LCD TVs, electronic safes, mini bars, and a range of other convenient amenities. To accommodate the needs of all our guests, our Dwarka hotel features accessible rooms and dedicated rooms for smokers.

Guest rooms and suites at the Park Plaza New Delhi Dwarka Hotel feature:
  • 24-hour room service
  • Alarm clock
  • Dual-line telephone with international direct dialing
  • Electronic safe
  • Hair dryer, iron/ironing board, and tea/coffee maker
  • Large, well-appointed work station
  • Mini bar
  • LCD TV with remote control and leading international channels
  • Rollaway beds and cribs (available upon request)
 Stay at One of the Top Dwarka Hotels in New Delhi

Park Plaza New Delhi Dwarka is proud to offer a range of services and amenities designed to meet the needs of the business and leisure traveller. Relax by our terrace swimming pool, enjoy a rejuvenating massage at our Dwarka hotel's on-site spa or stay connected to the office with our Business Centre and complimentary Wi-Fi. At Park Plaza New Delhi Dwarka, our exceptional amenities and commitment to customer service set us apart from other hotels in New Delhi.

Park Plaza Services:

Guests at Park Plaza New Delhi Dwarka enjoy the following:

  • 24-hour secretarial service
  • Business Centre with meeting rooms
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Conference and event facilities
  • Express check-in/check-out
  • Health club
  • On-site restaurants and room service
  • Shopping arcade showcasing leading brands
  • Spa and unisex salon
  • Terrace swimming pool and sun deck

Park Plaza New Delhi Dwarka
Plot No 4, Sector-13 Dwarka,
New Delhi 110075, India
Telephone: +91 11 32225771
Fax: +91 11 30990500

Friday, November 26

DDA Housing Scheme 2010 Open now: Grab the Opportunity

Delhi Development Authority (DDA) Housing scheme 2010 has been opened for registration form Thursday (November 25, 2010). The Application forms has been made available on the official website of Delhi Development Authority.

Official Website:

The application forms for 15,574 flats of the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) will be up for sale starting November 25. The DDA will hold the draw of lots to allot flats within four months of closing of the registration process on December 24.

In addition to the 15,574 flats, the Authority will also put up 699 one-room tenements under the Janata category for the economically weaker sections.

The new DDA housing scheme 2010 will allot 15, 574 flats which includes one BHK (1 bedroom), Two BHK (2 bedroom) and Three BHK (3 bedroom) in various localities of Delhi, including Mukherjee Nagar, Dwarka Area, Rohini Area, Vasant Kunj, Nagar, Motia Khan and other residential localities.

The registration charges for the flats are Rs 1.50 lakh while for Janta flats are Rs 50, 000. The lucky draw will be held within four days of the closing date. And money of unsuccessful candidate will also be done within four month of allotment.
A person should have PAN card and Bank account numbers in order to get eligible for the DDA flats.

While the price of the houses will range from Rs 6 lakh to Rs 1.12 crore, the Janata-category houses will be between Rs 3 lakh and Rs 6 lakh.

A wife and husband can jointly apply for the flats but only one flat will be allotted to a family.

For DDA Housing Scheme 2010 brocher, please visit at:

How to generate the form?
Applicant need to fill-in the Applicant Name, then click on Generate Form button to view and print the Application Form

The form will be available form November 25 and will close on December 24. The DDA flats application form is also available at various branches of banks. Forms are available at Axis Bank, ICICI Bank, IDBI bank, HDFC bank, SBI and Union Bank. The price of the application form is Rs 106, including bank’s surcharges.

DDA Housing Scheme 2010 sale of Application Form starts from 24 nov 2010 to 24 dec 2010 and Closing sale of application Is 24 Dec 2010.

Saturday, October 2

Dwarka, Are you ready for the Common Wealth Games?

Jiyo Utho Bado Jeeto

How to Buy Tickets for Common Wealth Games:

Now you can buy the tickets online. Here is the information:

Opening Ceremony

View Transport Plan for Ceremonies (Jawaharlal Nehru Sports Complex):

Lower Category Tickets:

Higher Category Tickets:

How to remain Healthy & Fit in Dwarka?

Dwarka is a paradise for health lovers & fitness seekers. We are lucky to be in Dwarka.There are plenty of options in Dwarka to keep you busy with so many fitness centers, DDA Sports club, so many green parks almost in each sector of Dwarka.

But with such a busy life these days & people are getting caught in mad habit of spending most of their time either in front of television or computers browsing social websites. It requires an innovative thought process & planning to stay fit in limited availability of time.

Drink lot of water:

Keeping your body hydrated is very important. Drinking water every couple of hours is beneficial in keeping your body systems running smoothly. Of course, one would drink more if engaged in a concentrated workout! I don't think the average person drinks enough water; this is something we could all improve on.

Green Tea: Make it part of your Life:

Though it’s more popular in China or Japan, but I am sure there must be some stores in Dwarka who must be stocking Chinese or Japanese tea. You can also try Indian green tea as well.

Take 3 green tea bags and steep them in boiling water. Once steeped pour into a juice pitcher to which you add a teaspoon of honey. Stir together and add some fresh lemon slices. Add some ice cubes to this and refrigerate. Drink this every few hours or as thirst acquires.

Some of the popular benefits of Green tea:

• It is used to treat multiple sclerosis.
• It is used for treatment and prevention of cancer.
• It is used to stop Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases.
• It is used to raise the metabolism and increase fat oxidation.
• It reduces the risk of heart diseases and heart attacks by reducing the risk of thrombosis.
• It reduces the risk of esophageal cancer.
• Drinking green tea inhibits the growth of certain cancer cells, reduces the level of cholesterol in blood, and improves the ratio of good cholesterol to bad cholesterol.
• It is used to treat rheumatoid arthritis and cardiovascular diseases
• It is used to treat impaired immune function. .
• Some researches show that, drinking green tea regularly may help prevent tooth decay by killing the bacteria which causes the dental plaque.

Eat more frequently to stay healthy:

It’s a big myth that eating less or fasting more will help someone stay fit & reduce weight. Especially in India girls reduce their food intake once they find that they are putting on weight. But most of the time that never helps & finally they end up visiting VLCC or some weight control clinics who are making big money out of this.
It’s a very important need especially for Indians to understand how our body functions and how we get fat accumulation in our body. Several studies has proved it again & again that eating less or in larger frequency impacts the metabolic mechanism of body & make your body to work in a hibernated mode to save energy which thus causes less consumption of calories and more accumulation of fat in our bodies as well as also responsible for higher total serum cholesterol levels which is responsible for heart diseases.

Dwarkaites please exercise daily:

First of all we need to convince ourselves why exercising is so important, somehow I have a view that Dwarkaites just should not complaint. They have plenty of green parks & walk ways. I consider regular exercise as an Investment to yourself which is the only thing going to pay off during our old age. So one should make a habit & stick to daily routine. They are so many gyms in Dwarka, sport complex, Swimming Pools, health clubs, Yoga centers. Just join the one which suits you more & fits into your schedule. Here are some other benefits which might help you convince why it is so important.

Now If I had to pick a single factor that I thought was most important in a successful exercise or weight loss program, it would be to exercise first thing in the morning - every morning! Some mornings, you may just be able to fit in a 10 minute walk, but it's important to try to do something every morning.

1. Over 90% of people who exercise regularly & consistetly, exercise in the morning. If you want to exercise consistently, odds are in your favor if you exercise first thing in the morning.

2. When you exercise early in the morning, it kick starts metabolism of your body and keeps it at higher level for hours, sometimes up the entire day! That means you're burning more calories all day long just because you exercised in the morning!

3. When you exercise in the morning you'll be "energized" for the day! Personally, I feel dramatically different on days when I have and haven't exercised in the morning.

4. Many people find that morning exercise "regulates" their appetite for the day - that they aren't as hungry and that they make better food choices. Several people have told me that it puts them in a "healthy mindset."

5. If you exercise at about the same time every morning, and ideally wake-up at about the same time on a regular basis, your body's endocrine system and circadian rhythms adjust to that.Physiologically, some wonderful things begin to happen; A couple of hours *before* you awaken, your body begins to prepare for waking and exercise because it "knows" it's about to happen. Why?
Because it "knows" you do the same thing just about everyday. You benefit from that in several ways..

a) It's MUCH easier to wake-up. When you wake-up at different times everyday, it confuses your body and thus it's never really "prepared" to awaken.

b) Your metabolism and all the hormones involved in activity and exercise begin to elevate while you're sleeping. Thus, you feel more alert, energized, and ready to exercise when you do wake-up.

c) Hormones prepare your body for exercise by regulating blood pressure, heart rate, blood flow to muscles, etc.

6. For many people, that appointed time every morning becomes something they look forward to.

It's time they've set aside to do something good for themselves - to take care of their body, mind, and soul. Many find that it's a great time to think clearly, pray, plan their day, or just relax mentally.

7. Research has demonstrated that exercise increases mental acuity. On average it lasts four to ten hours after exercise! No sense in wasting that brain power while you're sleeping. :)

8. Exercise first thing in the morning is really the only way to assure that something else won't crowd exercise out of your schedule. When your days get hectic, exercise usually takes a back seat!

9. If finding time to exercise is difficult, anyone can get up 30 to 60 minutes earlier to exercise (if it's a priority in your life). If necessary, you can go to sleep a little earlier.

Also, research has demonstrated that people who exercise on a regular basis have a higher quality of sleep and thus require less sleep!

10. You'll feel GREAT! You will find everything around you great. You will enjoy your life. You will make more friends with your positive attitude towards life.


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