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- The 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.
5 Types Of Wood Popular For Indian FurnitureArticles of furniture made of wood are timeless pieces you add to your dream home. It is an obvious choice since wood is a strong, long-lasting and an ageless material which never goes out of fashion. Though they are incorporated in every Indian household, not many of us know the kind of wood that goes into our furniture. MakaanIQ helps you find out.
How Sale Deed Is Executed?Execution of the sale deed is technically the concluding part of a property-purchase process. Let us see what all a sale deed consists of and how it is executed.
NBCC, Kotak Among 4 Shortlisted To Buy Insolvency-Hit Jaypee InfratechGovernment-owned NBCC along with Kotak Investment, Singapore-based Cube Highways and Suraksha Group have been shortlisted to acquire debt-laden Jaypee Infratech. Currently, insolvency proceedings against the company are underway in the National Company Law Tribunal. Last year, when Lakshadweep Pvt Ltd, a joint venture between Sudhir Valia-led Suraksha Asset Reconstruction Company and Mumbai-based Dosti Realty, won the bid to buy the company for Rs 7,350 crore, Jaypee declined the offer on the grounds of undervaluation.
All You Need To Know About Mhada Lottery 2018Here is good news for the winners of the Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority (Mhada) Lottery 2018. The housing authority has announced a drop of five per cent in the prices of the units allotted under the economically-weaker section (EWS) and low-income group (LIG) categories. The decision came after the authority received many complaints that the prices of the units under the two-mentioned categories were high.