The World Trade Center Association (WTCA), which has its presence across 90 countries, is presently focusing on developing WTC projects in Asia-Pacific region including popular cities in India. The development of WTC complexes in Noida, Chandigarh, Bhubaneswar, Pune and Chennai are already underway and projects in Hyderabad and Kochi have been proposed by the respective state governments.
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Ahmedabad’s Motera Cricket Stadium Set To Become WorCurrent holder of the Ranji Trophy, a state cricket championship in India, Gujarat is all set to build the world’s largest cricket stadium. At present, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is the largest cricket ground in the world with a seating capacity of around 90,000 spectators. After it is completed, Motera cricket stadium would surpass MCG to become the world’s largest cricket ground with a seating capacity of 1.1 lakh.
Mumbai-Based Consumer Rights Body Starts Campaign AgMaharashtra’s Real Estate Regulation and Development Act (RERA) draft rules has garnered stiff criticism from a popular consumer rights organisation, Mumbai Grahak Panchayat (MGP) for being pro-developers. The MGP, which is headed by its Chairman, Shirish Deshpande, identified several loopholes in the draft. It further said that the draft rules were a clear violation of the fundamentals of the RERA Act as well as homebuyers’ rights.
#Budget2017: “State Govts Must Slash Stamp Duty By ALower stamp duty would push the demand in the highly suppressed sector which has been reeling under immense pressure in the aftermath of demonetisation. PropGuide explores how a reduction in stamp duty will also give a leg-up to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of Housing for All by 2022.
Art & Culture Could Help Build Liveable Smart CitiesSmart Cities should be inclusive and the importance of art and culture shouldn’t be dwarfed. Any focus on the finer aspects of culture helps boost the liveability score of the city and such cities would also be preferred by buyers as cultural activities shape the personality of an individual. Moreover, artists move to less developed localities as these are affordable. Focus on such groups could go a long way in making localities appealing.
last update - 17-01-2017