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The draft text of the new law dated Nov. 15 does not cover demands related to enforcement of tax obligations.

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Puravankara, builders to take up stuck projects

“We have reached a critical level in our focused markets but will continue to expand. Puravankara has identified Pune and Mumbai as the top 5-6 core cities that will be growth accelerators for the company across India,” said Abhishek Kapoor, COOresidential, Puravankara, adding, “Going ahead, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai and Pune will be our focus markets.”

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