Melting Pot of Tradition & Modernism
Sep 2018 , by in Property Talk

West Bengal lawmakers in Julyunanimously voted to change the name of the state to Bangla.But, also steadily changing, is the skyline of its capital city Kolkata.SapnaSrivastavaspoke to prominent developers of the state on the changing landscape of the state. West Bengal is an assimilation of col... Read more...

Environmental CSR in Building Industry
Jul 2018 , by in Property Talk

Indian cities are emblems of ‘grey architecture.’ On the occasion of World Environment Day on June 05, Realty Pus took a look at the state of environment related CSR by private sector companies. Concrete and steel characterize urban cities, the hubs of brisk urbanization and migration.Since ... Read more...

Outpacing Demand for Skilled Labour
Jul 2018 , by in Property Talk

The construction industry’s requirement of skilled labourers exceeds the trained construction workforce available currently. Sharanya Nair finds out how the real estate sectoris trying to bridge the gap between training and employability. India’s economy is expected to grow at 7.9% by 2019-20. ... Read more...

Need for land records modernization
Jun 2018 , by in Property Talk

Land is a controversial subject globally. In India on an average land disputes take twenty years to resolve. Thus, there is a dire need for standardization and digitisation of land record system across the country. A land’s value depends on its location and people with land rights are better of... Read more...

Faridabad en-route to Success
May 2018 , by in Property Talk

Somewhere, between the two Delhi - NCR realty hubs of Gurugram and Noida, the metropolis of Faridabad appears rather insignificant.  Shubhra Saini finds out how this micro market city is getting ready to bounce back on the map of NCR. The origin of National Capital Region (NCR) is traced to the ... Read more...

Need for land records modernization
May 2018 , by in Property Talk

Land is a controversial subject globally. In India on an average land disputes take twenty years to resolve. Thus, there is a dire need for standardization and digitisation of land record system across the country. A land’s value depends on its locationand people with land rights are better off... Read more...

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