All new cities will have integrated transport — modern bus systems, trams, metro rail and bicycle tracks — aided by satellite mapping, garbage disposal and solid waste management.
Ambanis are launching an IPL-style football league in India, with city teams owned by top businessmen and celebs, later this year, and are taking a personal interest to turn around the game in the country.
Only ministers, not all MPs may get bungalows in Narendra Modi govt. AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal yet to respond with firm date for vacating house.
DLF is set to become the first real estate developer in the country to generate power by installing solar panels on top of its office buildings.
Football is taking its first steps in that direction with money flowing into the game. The eight teams in the Rupert Murdoch and Mukesh Ambani-promoted Indian Super League (ISL) have corporate owners.
Brookfield already owns 16.65% in Candor and is seeking to buy out stakes from other investors that include RBS AA Holdings (UK) Limited (20.08%), SC Fundamental (13.69%) and Roveda Holdings (9.01%).
Delhi Development Authority mulls rationalising land auction prices to sell land worth Rs 50,000 crore
Most of the authority’s offerings have found few takers since the last big auction before the 2010 Commonwealth Games when several hotel plots were sold.
Developers in Noida say they have in past 7 months since tribunal's order lost close to Rs 1K cr as they have been holding on flats, paying interest on their loans & penalty to home buyers.
Private citizens may soon be able to buy homes and offices in some upscale government colonies in central and south Delhi.
On the other hand, former MPs are looking for a place to stay after having to vacate government accommodation in central Delhi.
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