UP CM warns of 'revenge' against vandals, says will 'auction' their property
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said his government will take "revenge" on those involved in the violence over the amended Citizenship Act.
Share market update: NBFC stocks mixed; India Home Loan jumps 6%
The 30 shares BSE Sensex was down 63.49 points at 41579.17.
No objection if HDIL properties are sold off, Wadhawan tells HC
Sarang and his father, HDIL promoter Rakesh Wadhawan are currently in judicia...
Allianz-Shapoorji JV buys Hyd Property for Rs 1,800 cr
The Allianz Group’s joint venture entity with Shapoorji Pallonji Group has acquired nearly 2.5 million sq ft IT SEZ property Waverock in Hyderabad for around Rs 1,800 crore from current joint owners Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC and New York-based developer Tishman Speyer. The deal marks GIC’s maiden exit from any of its Indian properties.
Government wants to pay for data, but companies not buying idea
Official says acquisition details of non-personal, anonymous data will be made public; cos raise privacy, IPR concerns. Currently, a separate committee, set up to suggest a framework around non-personal data and led by Infosys co-founder S. (Kris) Gopalakrishnan, is due to lay out terms for sharing of non-personal data between companies.
Anti-CAA protests: Notice to 26 people to pay for property damage in UP's Sambhal
The district administration here has issued notices to 26 people for their alleged involvement in damaging properties during protests agains...
Shoot at sight anyone destroying rail property: Suresh Angadi
"If anyone is destroying railway property, then I ask the chief minister of the particular state to initiate stringent action just as Sardar Vallabhai Patel had taken to merge Hyderabad with India," Suresh Angadi said. This was in response to questions by reporters who asked him about the steps taken to prevent damage to Railway property due to CAA related protests.
Price gap between ready, under-construction homes fall to 3-7%: Report
"Previously, the ultimate selling proposition of under-construction homes was significantly lower prices over ready-to-move options," says chairman, Anarock Property Consultants, Anuj Puri.
Sluggish market narrows price gap between ready, unfinished apartments
An ongoing slowdown in property market is restricting realty developers’ ability to charge more for ready-to-move in apartments. Ready apartments attract a premium over under-construction units because of fewer risks, such as delays in the completion of the projects.
GST Council meeting today: Lease rates, refund for exporters and extra cess on agenda
GST Council may clarify rates on long-term leases. If approved, this will benefit manufacturing and realty cos.
Stock market update: Realty shares mixed; Indiabulls Real Estate climbs 3%
The Nifty Realty index was trading 0.66 per cent up at 298.4 .
Chalet Hotels signs 5 new management deals with Marriott
The agreements are for a new 170-room Westin hotel in Hyderabad.
Logix raises Rs 540 crore from IndusInd Bank via lease rental deals
The bank has extended the loans against rental inflows from Logix Cyber Park and Logix Techno Park, located in Noida in the National Capital Region, said two persons with direct knowledge of the development.
Godrej Properties adds four new residential projects to its development portfolio
Realty developer Godrej Properties has entered into a joint venture to develop a township project of over 100 acres in Navi Mumbai. This project will offer around 7.50 million sq ft of development area and will be developed as a residential projects with a retail component. The second project is a joint venture with Nisarg Nirman Developers.
World Trade Centers may come up in J&K, northeast
A WTC is usually a mixed-use development that offers commercial, residential, hospital, school and retail properties in one large complex. The organisation plans to expand in India’s northeast and is contemplating Jammu & Kashmir as an option.
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