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By GovernanceToday
In Governance Watch
Jul 25th, 2017
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Driverless car – A question comes into mind are we ready for it ? Is our infrastructure able to handle it ? Our civic sense , Traffic Knowledge etc…..etc. Apart from all above Union Minister said ,Iquote “We are not going to promote any technology that will render people jobless” that means driverless cars would not be allowed in India as it would lead to jobless...
By GovernanceToday
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May 15th, 2017
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The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for the declaration of Vijayawada Airport as International Airport, as per the provisions of Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014. The proposal will add to improved connectivity to the State capital. It will provide wider choice of services at competitive costs to the air-trave...
By Ramesh Kumar Raja
In Infrastructure
Jan 13th, 2017
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For us all, real estate is a term synonymous with structures and buildings. These buildings can be  broadly categorised into industrial, commercial and residential setups. Being a developing nation, we usually observe realty development in clusters; where industries, commercial and residential spaces, all get their separate land parcels for construction. As a result, a...
By Ramesh Kumar Raja
In Infrastructure
Dec 23rd, 2016
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The high-speed Agra – Lucknow roadway opens a new avenue of  growth for real estate sector, besides allowing the commuters to save a lot of  time while travelling and helping in decongesting the traffic on the alternate route It is true that infrastructure serves as the backbone for the real estate sector of any region and the realty of western Uttar Pradesh’s realty s...
By Ramesh Kumar Raja
In Infrastructure
Nov 4th, 2016
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With the repo rate being slashed by 25 basis points, it is sure to boost sentiments both among lenders and borrowers because this benefit if  passed well to the buyers is sure to provide cushion to all Considering the political and international turmoil happening all around, the Reserve Bank of  India was likely to keep the key rates unchanged but amid varied speculati...
By Ramesh Kumar Raja
In Infrastructure
Oct 6th, 2016
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The new induction in the list of  Smart Cities will provide a boost to the realty sector The Ministry of Urban Development led by M Venkaiah Naidu recently announced the third set  from the 98 listed regions which are to be developed as smart cities under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Smart Cities Mission. The competition at this platform is tough as all the regions a...
By Ramesh Kumar Raja
In Infrastructure
Sep 22nd, 2016
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The mortality rate on Indian roads remains disturbingly high notwithstanding all endeavours to make them safer ________________ Ever wondered who claims the largest number of lives in India every year? The ‘roads’ we travel every day are the  biggest cause of fatal tragedies in the country, even greater than war, terror attacks or Maoist violence. If the recent report ...
By Ramesh Kumar Raja
In Infrastructure
Aug 9th, 2016
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With the Securities and Exchange Board of  India relaxing norms for Real Estate Investment Trusts for investment in realty sector, the cash crunch problems will be answered and hopes will be high for a better demand of  property in future With the dawn of affordable housing, housing for all and Smart Cities mission,  the demand for property is projected to multiply in ...
By GovernanceToday
In Infrastructure
May 4th, 2016
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Will RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan’s advice to realtors to bring down the prices to help revive the sector do wonder for the economy? Of late, the real estate sector of India has been much in public eye due to the floating negative sentiments caused by delay in possession of projects, coupled with sky rocketing prices especially in Tier 1 cities of the country. These rea...
By GovernanceToday
In Infrastructure
Jan 5th, 2016
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More than rain, the unplanned development and flawed government policies are responsible for the Chennai flood The midnight of December 2nd will be etched in the minds of Chennaites forever. For it was on that fateful night that the city witnessed its biggest disaster in the last hundred years. Unprepared and ill-equipped, the entire city succumbed to the fury of natur...