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अमृतसर

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  • -47.76%
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8,000 15,000+

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  • 4th Dec 19

    After Maharashtra, Punjab Mulls Hyperloop Transport

    Punjab has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Los Angeles-based Virgin Hyperloop One to explore the pre-feasibility economic study for the futuritic transport along the Amritsar-Ludhiana-Chandigarh corridor. Other states that are considering this high-speed connectivity include Maharashtra and Haryana.
  • 2nd Jul 19

    What Makes Tier-II And Tier-III Cities Attractive For Developers?

    According to market research, real estate investments in Tier II & III cities have increased by around 20 per cent as compared to last year. These cities include Chandigarh, Jaipur, Udaipur, Sohna, Amritsar, Nagpur, Lucknow, Surat, Vadodara and Visakhapatnam. The development of physical and social infrastructure has pushed up the affordable housing demand in these cities.
  • 11th Oct 18

    Punjab Launches Two Housing Schemes

    In Amritsar’s Gurdaspur and Batala, 140 plots will be sold at a price of Rs 9,990 per sq yard while in Bathinda around 74 residential plots will be available for sale.
  • 14th Dec 16

    Bathinda Airport To Give Fillip To Model Town, Panchavati Nagar

    The new airport at Bathinda is expected to boost realty sales in the town melting the slump that has prevailed for some time now. Business and jobs market will be favourably affected since better connectivity will bring Punjab's Malwa region into the limelight as a business centre. 
  • 15th Jun 17

    How States Are Improving Life Of Those Who Build Our Homes

    There were about 473 million skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled construction workers in India in 2011-12, according to a report by the International Labour Organization. To safeguard their interests, various states offer them benefits that include accident compensations, hospitalisation expenses, maternity care, pension scheme, educational support for children, etc.
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