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Unique vehicle codes for Uttar Pradesh districts

जानिये कौन सी गाड़ी किस शहर की है। एक बहुत महत्वपूर्ण मैसेज।
उत्तर प्रदेश के शहरों के व्हीकल यूनिक नंबर:-
UP-11 : Saharanpur
UP-12 : Muzaffarnagar
UP-13 : Bulandshahr
UP-14 : Ghaziabad
UP-15 : Meerut (UP-15AT for taxis, UP-15AG for government
UP-16 : NOIDA / Gautam Buddha Nagar
UP-17 : Baghpat
UP-18 : Prabudh Nagar
UP-20 : Bijnor
UP-21 : Moradabad
UP-22 : Rampur
UP-23 : Jyotiba Phule Nagar
UP-24 : Badaun
UP-25 : Bareilly
UP-26 : Pilibhit
UP-27 : Shahjahanpur
UP-28 : Ayodhya
UP-29 : to be alloted
UP-30 : Hardoi
UP-31 : Kheri
UP-32 : Lucknow
UP-33 : Raebareli
UP-33T, AT, BT, CT & so on : Raebareli for commercial
UP-33G, AG, BG, CG & so on : Raebareli for government
UP-34 : Sitapur
UP-35 : Unnao
UP-35B, H, T : Unnao for commercial vehicles
UP-36 : Amethi
UP-37 : Hapur
UP-40 : Bahraich
UP-41 : Barabanki
UP-42 : Faizabad
UP-43 : Gonda
UP-44 : Sultanpur
UP-45 : Ambedkar Nagar
UP-46 : Shrawasti
UP-47 : Balrampur
UP-50 : Azamgarh
UP-50T, AT, BT,& so on : Azamgarh for commercial vehicles
UP-50, AG,BG & so on : Azamgarh for government vehicles
UP-51 : Basti
UP-52 : Deoria
UP-53 : Gorakhpur for private vehicles
UP-53T, AT, BT, CT & so on : Gorakhpur for commercial
UP-53AG : Gorakhpur for government vehicles
UP-54 : Mau
UP-55 : Siddharth Nagar
UP-56 : Mahrajganj
UP-57 : Padrauna
UP-58 : Sant Kabir Nagar
UP-59 : to be alloted
UP-60 : Ballia
UP-61 : Ghazipur
UP-62 : Jaunpur
UP-62T : Jaunpur for taxis, private vehicle
UP-63 : Mirzapur
UP-64 : Sonbhadra
UP-65 : Varanasi
UP-66 : Bhadohi
UP-67 : Chandauli
UP-68 : to be alloted
UP-69 : to be alloted
UP-70 : Allahabad
UP-71 : Fatehpur
UP-72 : Pratapgarh
UP-73 : Kaushambi
UP-74 : Kannauj
UP-75 : Etawah
UP-75G : Etawah for government vehicles
UP-76 : Farrukhabad
UP-77 : Kanpur Dehat (rural)
UP-78 : Kanpur – Urban
UP-78G, AG, BG, CG & so on : Kanpur Government Vehicles
UP-78AN, BN, CN & so on : Kanpur CNG Vehicles
UP-78AT, BT, CT & so on : Kanpur CNG Vehicles
UP-79 : Auraiya
UP-80 : Agra
UP-81 : Aligarh
UP-82 : Etah
UP-83 : Firozabad
UP-84 : Mainpuri
UP-85 : Mathura
UP-86 : Mahamaya Nagar
UP-87 : Kanshiram Nagar
UP-88 : to be alloted
UP-89 : to be alloted
UP-90 : Banda
UP-91 : Hamirpur
UP-92 : Jalaun
UP-93 : Jhansi
UP-93E : Jhansi for public transport
UP-93AG : Jhansi for government vehicles
UP-94 : Lalitpur
UP-95 : Mahoba
UP-95B : Mahoba for commercial vehicles
UP-95G : Mahoba for government vehicles
UP-96 : Chitrakoot Dham (Karwi).

Noida Navaratan Foundations create whatsapp groups for connecting with members

Dear All we have formed Navratan Foundations group on the demand of our various members so that they can get detailed informations of our programs and activities. Our effort Will be to stick to it only. In the same manner we request and expect from all members to post notifications related to Social, Cultural, education activities only. Please restrain from anti national. Religion, cast, sect, pravachan based notifications. Also no arguments and criticism. If anyone does agree with us we may request to leave the group. We look forward for your gracious long lasting association. Without you our identity is also not there. Thanks and regards-Ashok Srivastava, President. Navratan Foundations.

Tree Plantation in Noisa

YAll are Cordially Invited to witness & cover Historic & Celebration Tree Plantation to set new Celebration trends for nature. Iinnovative way to observe tree Man’s birthday on 02.03.2016 at 11:30 AM, at Rotary noida Blood Bank,sector – 31 , Noida

Navaratan Foundations

Welcome to all my dear supporter of Navratan Foundations. We are pleased to inform u that our 26th Women Tailoring Training center will start working tomorrow at Village Ranoli Lateefpur, in Dadri Tehsil of Gautambudh Nagar District. This center will provide 6 months certificate course in stitching and tailoring to economically weaker ladies of our society.
Pl wish for it’s success.

Noida – One of the largest Industrial Townships of Asia

Brief compendium of its achivements, in the years passed by, here we strive to present you the matchless facilities available in NOIDA. NOIDA Constituted under the U.P. Industrial Area Development Act, 1976, NOIDA has now emerged as a planned, integrated, mordern Industrial City, well connect to Delhi through a network of roads, national highways and the ultra – morden DND flyover, offering inter – road linkages to all parts of the country. Spread over 20,316 hectares, with many sectors fully developed, NOIDA offers a pollution free high standard of living and highly supportive industrial environment with its unique infrastucture providing numerous, matchless facilities. Today, it stands as an enviavle monument of the concept of integrated Industrial township in the world, with smooth and wide roads, well developed land, unintrrupted power supply, clean and save drinking water, unfailing telephony, and splendid residential complexes in the serene and peaceful enviornment with greenery all around

One of the largest Industrial Townships of Asia Not very far from Delhi yet away from the dirt, grime and pollution, part of the National Capital Region, Noida is the industrial fairy land of the nation. New Ohkla Industrial Development Authority – NOIDA is one of the largest planned industrial townships of Asia. Set up in 1976, with a view to develop an Integrated Industrial Township for the industrial growth of the area, under the Uttar Pradesh Industrial Area Development Act, it best symbolizes harmony between human habitat and Industrial Enterprise.

NOIDA is only 14 Kms. away from Connaught Place of New Delhi

It is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh at the fringes of Delhi, the national capital. Located athe doorstep od Delhi, NOIDA is only 14 Kms. away from Connaught Place. The 550 mtr. long, eight lane NOIDA Toll Bridge across Yamuna connecting Maharani Bagh in Delhi to NOIDA has further reduced the distance, time and cost of commuting to and fro Delhi-NOIDA. Noida has all the key advantages of Delhi without having its disadvantages. The development area encompasses about 20, 316 hectares of land consisting of 81 villages of district Gautam Budh Nagar.

Noida is bounded by NH-24 Bye-Pass in the North beyond which the Ghaziabad Development Area exists, in the East by River Hindon beyond which Greater Noida Industrial Development Area exists, in the West by River Yamuna, beyond which are the States of Delhi and Haryana and in the South is the meeting point of the rivers Yamuna and Hindon.

Noida has modern, efficient and comprehensive infrastructure

Green and Eco City
Unlike many other industrial areas, infrastructural facilities in this area have well preceded development. Emphasis has been laid on developing Noida, as a green heaven – named GREEN NOIDA CLEAN NOIDA, totally free from pollution

State-of-the-art Infrastructure
In NOIDA, the city free from pollution and traffic-jams, the Authority has developed a number of green belts, gardens and parks to give further impetus to its pollution free environment. A modern, efficient and comprehensive infrastructure comprising of residential facilities, commercial areas, business centres, office complexes, recreational areas will complement the continuously developing industrial sectors within the Noida limits. The manifold advantages of being in Noida include the abundance of skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled labour and a ready access to the services of experienced managerial personnel

Noida has been planned on the grid iron concept

Grid – Iron Concept
Noida has been planned on the grid iron concept and employs state-of-the-art technology in Engineering, Urban Planning and Architecture. Significantly, it conceptualizes the needs of a fast developing city of the future. The Action Plan and approach compares well with international standards and is aimed at providing rapid momentum to the growth of the industrial sector both in the State of Uttar Pradesh and the Country.

In Noida – 850 Kms. long water pipeline network carry about 2 Lakh KLD drinking water per day

Drinking Water
Drinking water supply is in abundance in NOIDA. The 90 tubewells, 5 rainy wells, 25 overhead tanks and 850 Kms. long water pipeline network carry about 2 Lakh KLD drinking water per day, making the per capita availability of drinking water to 225 litres. In addition to this, the 49,400 KLD Ganga water project has already started. Plans are also afoot to make use of rain water by means of modern indigenous technology for agricultural purposes to supplement the availability of water to meet the future requirements.