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A Peek Into India's Most Expensive Billionaire HomesIndia is home to as many as 101 billionaires, making it the fourth highest number in the world. Most of these super-rich personalities own some expensive properties, which of course come with all the luxuries of the world, and have a jaw-dropping price tag. Here we list seven such billionaire homes in India.
Maftlal Group’s Scion Buys SoBo Apartment Worth Rs 8Vishad P Mafatlal, managing director, Mafatlal Denims has purchased a luxury duplex apartment in Lodha Group’s Altamount towers. Located at Altamount Road in south Mumbai, the apartment has been purchased for Rs 89 crore while Rs 4.45 crore has been given as stamp duty. The bare-shell apartment is spread in an area of 10,000 sqft and sits on the 10th and 11th floor of the tower. Here’s all you need to know about the apartment and the project.
After A Failed Attempt In June, Delhi’s Iconic Taj MAfter a failed attempt to auction Delhi's iconic Taj Manshing hotel in June, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has announced the date for a re-auction. After years of litigations and interventions by the Supreme Court (SC), the civic body had earlier planned to conduct the auction on June 19. However, against the clause of minimum three bids, only one was received. Now, the date for re-auction has been set as July 18.
All You Need To Know About SRK's Beachfront Villa InOne of the Bollywood’s highest paid actors, Shah Rukh Khan is also known for the many properties he owns in India and abroad. One of the prime properties he owns is the Signature Palm Beach Villa in Dubai at K Frond. Located at Palm Jumeirah, the world's largest artificial island, luxury facilities and monorail connectivity, the two-floor villa has six bedrooms. It is spread in an area of 8,500 sqft and is equipped with amenities such as remote-controlled garages and a private pool.
Pali Hill Residents May Soon Put Waste To Better UsePali Hill in Bandra is ready to inaugurate waste-to-energy plant that would convert 800kg wet waste into biogas to light up street lights and bulbs. The wet waste will be collected from 78 buildings and 23 bungalows and would be treated in the plant, saving at least Rs 8-10 lakh annually. The project site has been provided by the BMC while the funding is done by Pali Hill Residents Association.