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August 31st, 2015
IAF Rediscovers 450 acres of Land Purchased in 1950

For Indian Air Force, it’s rediscovery of a hidden treasure. After a year of search with the help of satellite mapping and painstaking ground survey, a team of UP Bord of Revenue and IAF has been able to locate nearly 450 acre of land the air force acquired in 1950 – but lost track — in Gautam Budh Nagar of UP and Faridabad districts of Haryana to develop a bombing range. According to a conservative estimate, the price of this land could be anything between Rs 450 and 600 crore. Read more via Times of India