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Fancy A Palace In France? Be Ready With $410 MnThe Villa Les Cèdres on the French Riviera is up for sale. What makes it special? This is right now the world’s most expensive property for sale at a whopping $410 million.
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.
All You Need To Know About Harsh Goenka’s New HomeIn what is being touted as one of the biggest apartment deals in the country, RPG Group Chairman Harsh Goenka has bought a five-bedroom luxury sea-facing unit in Mumbai’s Malabar Hill for Rs 45.2 crore from Citibank India. The property, say media reports, was sold through an auction conducted by the bank recently.
Amaravati: Inching Towards Becoming A World-Class CiIn a recent development, the Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (CRDA) has planned to create ring-fenced entities (RFEs) for the execution of "remunerative projects" like water and power supply, transport and a host of others in the upcoming capital city- Amaravati. Infrastructure majors such as Larsen and Toubro and Shapoorji Pallonji and Co Ltd have started undertaking work to turn Amaravati into a world-class city.
Upcoming Airports That Will Be A Game Changer For ReIn a report by global consultancy and research firm Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA), India's aviation industry will become the third-largest market in the world with regards to departures by 2019, and job creation by 2027. The report also focuses on the apparent saturation likely in existing airports in metro cities and the need to deploy more capacity in Tier-II cities. To welcome the new flyers, the government is developing 100 airports across various locations in the country.