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Appario, Frontizo, and the curious case of a stuffy basement in South Delhi’s Greater Kailash
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In the 1960s, when Delhi began to grow southwards beyond the refugee colonies of Nizamuddin and Lajpat Nagar, DLF (then known as Delhi Land & Finance), stepped in to develop Greater Kailash (GK).

The two parts of GK, lying on either side of what would eventually become the Outer Ring Road, were developed by the city-based realty company. As the locality became popular, with many of the capital city’s well-heeled making it their home, a few

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