The new town - Navi Mumbai While Mumbai may be glimmering as the financial capital and glamour city of India, it is also being famous for its thronging crowds welcome navi Mumbai- and upcoming Mumbaiâ€™s satellite city.
If Mumbai is renowned to be the financial capital of India, its satellite city cannot stand far behind. Originally planned to take away the traffic and industrial pollution of Mumbai, Navi Mumbai is striking ahead as a planned and beautiful city. Among the fourteen townships of New Panvel, Dronagiri, Ulwe, Jui Kamothe, Pushpak, CBD Belapur, Kalamboli, Vashi, Kharghar, Sanpada, Nerul, Ghansoli, Airoli and Kopar Khairane are two excellent townsKharghar and Panvel. With lesser crowds and modern facilities, itâ€™s before time when this city will be preferred to its old counterpart. Among the towns in Navi Mumbai, two particularly important places have been given more importance- Kharghar and Panvel. Kharghar is a beautifully designed town of Navi Mumbai. With state-of-the-art roads, housing complexes and efficient transportation system, Kharghar is a destination everyone will be heading to. The ideal landscape and beautiful scenery is an ideal getaway spot for residents. The Kharghar Railway station, with roof top parking system, the first of its kind in India; educational and residential hub, Kharghar is seen to be the most
promising city. The Kharghar development is a remarkable achievement by the Maharastra government. The upcoming airport project, relatively inexpensive real-estate, and breathtaking Kharghar hills offers residents a beautiful property to invest or live in. The Panvel development project is another remarkable project of the Navi Mumbai building avenue. Seen as the gateway of the Konkan, Panvel is now being modernised to be a dream city for everyone to live in. It boasts of good connectivity, beautiful housing architecture and a landscape perfect for residents. The Gulf House Economic Development Zone,that houses about 140000 people and employs another 250000 is the highlight of the area. Besides this, the Mega City Project boasts of an Entertainment City, Information Technology and Telecom City and Energy City. An added attraction is the bird sanctuary, located 13 km from Panvel. It goes without saying that the credit to these developmental project goes to the Maharashtrian government. In particular those MLAs in Maharashtra who have gone beyond their extent to make their city a beautiful place to live in. In particular the credit goes to those young political leaders who have realised the need for an infrastructural development in these places. These young political leaders are tuned to the needs of the people and have done their best to give to the people a hospitable place with the necessary benefits. While the government does similar projects around the city, the Maharastrian politicians are in good book and will be given another chance in the upcoming elections. City development, infrastructure needs, employment, poverty, price-rise, scarcity of water are some of the issues that the government needs to look into.