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  • 25th Oct 19

    SC To Hear Appeals Against Quashing Of Clearance For Mumbai Coastal Road, After Diwali Vacations

    The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the appeals, challenging the Bombay High Court verdict which had quashed the coastal regulation zone clearances granted to Mumbai civic body's coastal road project. The HC on July 16 quashed the environmental clearance granted to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's ambitious Rs 14,000-crore coastal road project, saying there was "serious lacuna" in the decision-making process and lack of proper scientific study.
  • 1st Oct 19

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  • 13th Nov 19

    Child-Friendly Residential Projects Woo Millennials

    Safety of children is always a priority for parents, hence child-centric homes are carefully curated to make sure children live in a safe environment, says Kaizad Hateria who is the brand custodian and chief customer delight officer, Rustomjee Group.
  • 29th Oct 19

    Etiquettes Buyers Must Show During Site Visit

    Finding a perfect home is no easy job. But, it is the day you start visiting homes that the rubber meets the road. Visiting under-construction sites is still simpler, but site visits in the resale markets are quite different. Often, it is inhabited by the owner or tenants, and irrespective of the fact that you are from the buying side, it does hold importance that you follow certain etiquettes. Here are some points you should consider while going for an open-house walkthrough.
  • 8th Nov 19

    Tips To Fight Indoor Air Pollution

    Studies have proven that air inside homes can be much toxic compared to air outside. It is important to curb your outdoor activity but also add an extra shield for your home to safeguard against the pollutants. Some easy ways to deal with smog and pollution inside homes include thorough wet mopping of the floors instead of vacuum cleaning, removing heavy rugs, drapes and carpeting as well as enhancing the ventilation by using air purifiers and exhaust fans in kitchen and bathroom areas. Use of indoor plants is also known to reduce pollution levels.
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