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Real estate sector in the country will witness a prolonged and robust demand. According to a report by global realty consultation firm Cushman & Wakefield, the pan-India residential demand for 2009-2013 could be around 7.5 million units and that for Read More...
A year behind schedule, the city’s flagship “Namma Metro” project is slowly gathering pace to meet its operational deadline of December 2010 / January 2011. Cutting through the bustling commercial and residential neighbourhoods of the Read More...
The groundwater scenario in the central business district surrounding Majestic area is set to change permanently once Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (BMRCL) completes tunnelling work for the North-South and East-West corridors. While the groundwater Read More...
In a discount sale, you can pick up a readymade garment at 40% of its original price. It’s how manufacturers attract buyers to get rid of unsold stock in the off season. But the slowdown in the property market is forcing real estate developers to Read More...
Property prices and rents in India may be poised for a ``major correction'' as supply of affordable housing remains limited and office space exceeds demand, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc . Prices and rents in some regions could fall as Read More...
Unmasking property discounts and the free gifts It is a true that some developers are unable to sell houses and are offering discounts to lure purchasers in Bangalore. But, recent buyers have also discovered that many of these discounts are only marketing Read More...
Bangalore real estate has registered the maximum increase in prices from 2001 to 2005, as per NHB Residex. Residex was done in 5 cities of Bangalore, Bhopal, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai. The price movements were captured from year 2001 through to 2002, Read More...
NEW DELHI: Rupee-millionaire club in Bangalore is the most crowded in India. The IT capital of India has the largest number of households with income of Rs 10-lakh (per year) and above. With 3.3% of the total 31,17,843 households in the country earning Read More...
MYSORE: Emerging from the shadow of its cosmopolitan neighbor Bangalore, Mysore was witnessing a flurry of activities in many fronts and was all set to evolve as a brand and alternative destination in Karnataka. The city hitherto known for its rich history, Read More...
The whole stretch of Palace Road, now renamed D Devaraj Urs Road is dotted with landmark buildings, which narrate a part of the history of Bangalore. Palace Road, which is now renamed as D Devaraj Urs Road, is perhaps the second longest road in the City Read More...
With the City's annual death toll in vehicular accidents being roughly around 800, half of those killed appear to be the ones walking on footpaths. According to the City Police, 177 pedestrians have been killed in the City as on May 30 this year. Read More...
Inundated houses, power cuts, tree falls and clogged drains send civic body officials into a tizzy BANGALORE: The death of 45-year-old Lakshmi on Sunday exposed the apparent inability of the authorities to create infrastructure that does not cave in whenever Read More...
The Hosur Road elevated expressway project looks to be making rapid progress. A National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) official said 30 piles (foundations for pillars) had been done. The official said the entire drain and service road work, as also Read More...
W hen everything appears to be going well for the Bangalore Mysore Infrastructure Corridor (BMIC) in terms of the peripheral road, the Gottigere Lake issue is hindering further development of the road connecting Bennerghatta Road with Kanakapura Road Read More...
STATUS REPORT: v Service Roads: Of the 10km to be done, 4.1km completed and opened to traffic. Remaining expected to be over this month. v Erection of Drains: 13km over. The remaining 7km was to be fully done by this month, but may spill over to Feb. Read More...