Narendra Modi

Real Estate “Modi-fied”: Best time to buy property is now

India’s fight against black money, corruption and terrorism just got very real. In what many consider to be a rather bold move, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8th announced that the Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes will no longer be legal tenders. Modi has said that these notes will be replaced with newly[…]

najeeb jung

LG Najeeb Jung Nixes Circle Rate Revision

LG Najeeb Jung has asked the Delhi government to “rescind” its notification of August 4, 2015, in which circle rates of agricultural lands were revised without his approval. Jung has sought a fresh proposal with a draft notification after rectifying infirmities that he has pointed out in the government’s notification. The withdrawal of the notification[…]

Protest against the Delay by Delhi Government to Pass Land Pooling Policy

The Housing society body and its members held a huge protest against the Delhi government for their actions causing delay in the implementation of land pooling policy. More than thousands of people were involved in an on road parliament by housing society and developers which disrupted the traffic a little bit. The members stated that[…]

Spotlight on India’s Smart City Goals: The Big 5 Construct India 2016

Industry experts will unveil India’s urban development vision and the unprecedented business opportunities it offers at The Big 5 Construct India 2016, where exhibitors from India, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Russia, Turkey, the UAE and the UK among others will display the latest and most innovative construction products. How will smart buildings and smart cities change[…]

27 new cities selected under Centre’s Smart Cities mission

NEW DELHI: Five cities in election-bound Punjab and Uttar Pradesh, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency of Varanasi, have made it to the Centre’s third list of Smart Cities that will get funding for initiating urban reforms. Agra, Kanpur and Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh and Amritsar and Jalandhar in Punjab are among the 27 cities[…]

Online payment options galore for DDA scheme

With the DDA’s upcoming housing scheme going completely online, the agency plans to provide as many payment options to applicants as possible. “During the 2014 housing scheme, applicants and successful allottees had the option to pay both online or offline. This time, however, the entire scheme is going online and so would be the payment[…]