Delhi Development Authority (DDA) of capital of India has embarked on a project to prepare digital maps of all its land.The land of DDA is spread over an area of more than 70,000 acres . Delhi has changed drastically in the last few decades but is not reflected in the aged land records of the authority.
To get a clearer picture of the land under its control, DDA is now going to digitise its land records and collate it with the updated Google maps. A laboratory has been established at the DDA headquarter Vikas Sadan by its systems department and the work has kicked off.
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