• Posted On Thursday, December 08, 2011

    The potential liberalisation of the FDI policy presents retailers with an unprecedented opportunity to expand into tier II and III cities in the country. The entry of large retailers into non-metro towns would catalyse more demand from consumers, thereby boosting demand for retail real estate development in the process. ....

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  • Posted On Tuesday, November 29, 2011

    The Indian pre-engineered building (PEB) industry originally operates on a very stereotypical and common function, wherein the pre-engineered building supplier comes in at a stage when a major portion of a project has been conceptualised and architectural details and elements have been fixed. ....

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  • Posted On Wednesday, November 16, 2011

    Like several other cities in India, Ahmedabad is also witnessing a sluggish movement in the real estate industry. The demand for property in the city has been witnessing a downturn over the last few months, draining profit margins of builders and real estate developers. ....

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  • Posted On Saturday, October 22, 2011

    Property buying during the festive season of is a common trend in the Indian real estate market. Unfortunately, the trend is likely to suffer a jolt this year, opine industry experts and analysts.....

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  • Posted On Saturday, October 22, 2011

    The highway construction target set by The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) of 20-km a day has still not been realised, with only 8.75 km a day being constructed in the current financial year. The authorities have managed to construct 1,314 km of highways in 2011-12 till August 31. ....

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  • Posted On Thursday, September 08, 2011

    Land acquisition has been termed as the major deterrent for industrialisation, infrastructure development in India. Still, the government could do little about it. The issue related to governments acquiring land for private projects became so sensitive that it toppled a 35-year-old ruling government in West Bengal. ....

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  • Posted On Friday, September 02, 2011

    The only constant is change. This has been an axiomatic truth for the Indian real estate market over the last 24 months, with volatility having become a byword to describe it. There has been little or no respite from this state of flux.....

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  • Posted On Tuesday, August 09, 2011

    At a time when the general mood of the property market in Mumbai is low, the citys southern region has witnessed a sudden spurt in high-value property transactions. Industry sources reveal that property deals worth Rs 1,200 crore have been closed or are set to be sealed in South Mumbai, which is home to the elite and the rich.....

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  • Posted On Tuesday, August 02, 2011

    "The Indian aviation industry has witnessed rapid progress in the last 5 years. Domestic passenger traffic has trebled and international passenger traffic has doubled, at a CAGR of 18%. In 2010, more than 140 million domestic and international passengers were recorded by Indian airports. ....

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  • Posted On Friday, July 29, 2011

    Be it a blast or a terror attack or a communal riot, Mumbai manages to bounce back from these overwhelming setbacks within a short span. According to Kishor Tapre, a Mumbaikar, Mumbai is all about business and it is the citys primary strength, which pulls it through tough times. ....

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  • Posted On Friday, July 22, 2011

    Leasing activity for Grade A office space continued to remain strong in suburban micro-markets of Delhi-NCR during the second quarter of 2011. On the other hand, the central business district (CBD) and the secondary business district (SBD) witnessed moderate activity during the same period. ....

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  • Posted On Monday, June 20, 2011

    Street lighting management in India has hardly witnessed any improvement in the last century. Conventional control techniques can scarcely do more than transmit on/off signals within restricted areas and monitoring seldom exists. As a result, reporting faults depends on the conscience of the citizen, while authorities (state electricity board) have their hands-off for cost savings and energy efficiency improvements.
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  • Posted On Monday, June 20, 2011

    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is currently worried about the increasing share of real estate loans in the credit portfolio of banks. The apex bank in its Financial Stability Report said that the rising exposure of banks to the real estate sector is a cause of concern. Besides, the share of real estate non-performing assets (NPAs) is witnessing higher growth than system level NPAs growth, which may lead to increase in NPAs in the country’s banking sector.....

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