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What Lies In North Hyderabad For Property Investors?If you are searching for a good location to invest in emerging real estate destination of Hyderabad, the northern zone can be a good option for you.
Centre Plans Strengthening North-East Region With EnThe Indian government, under ‘Act East’ Policy, is developing infrastructure projects in the North Eastern Region (NER) to boost connectivity. It will develop road networks spanning 5,200 kilometres in the North East Region along with National Highway projects and undertake upgradation under the Bharatmala Pariyojana and invest Rs 48,000 crore for building 15 new rail line projects across the state capitals.
Consider Investing In Ahmedabad's 5 Most Popular LocThe soon-to-be-operational Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar Metro Link project is set to boost property demand in Ahmedabad. Known as Gujarat's financial capital, the city has time and again proved that living in metro cities need not be a costly affair. Based on PropTiger.com data, here are five top localities in Ahmedabad that saw high apartment sales between Oct 2017 and Dec 2017.
5 Costliest Localities In AhmedabadAlong with many affordable options available, Ahmedabad real estate market is known for the abundance of quality, luxury residential properties in the city. So, if you are a homebuyer planning to invest in Ahmedabad's luxury real estate market, MakaaniQ lists the five costliest localities in Ahmedabad based on the PropTiger data for October 2017 to December 2017.
Indian Cities That Are Free From Air PollutionA recent report published by Greenpeace India listed 280 Indian cities ranked according to their particulate matter (PM10) levels. Among many cities in north India which have dangerously high PM10 levels, the national capital was at the top spot. Hassan in Karnataka has consistently appeared among the least polluted cities in India with a PM10 level of 26 microgram per cubic metre (µg/m3). Few cities in Kerala, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Odisha, West Bengal, Meghalaya and Chhattisgarh managed to scrape through with PM10 levels lower than the annual permissible concentration of 60 µg/m3 set under the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).