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Healthy surge in rentals across key business districts reinstated the growing prominence of Indian metros on the global map of high-rent yielding commercial spaces according to the Asia-Pacific Prime Office Rental Index for Q2 2017 by Knight Frank.
At the opening of the 6th Asia-Pacific Housing Forum, Rajiv Ranjan Mishra, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, Government of India, and the forum keynote speaker, said, “While we have 21 lakh housing units in last two years for economically weaker sections, the target of 100 lakh houses by year 2022 under ‘Housing for All’ mission will need a rapid scaling up.
A total of nine Indian cities figure on the latest edition of ‘Global 300’ cities – the annual JLL ranking exercise, which represents 300 major cities that are the focus of commercial activity and interest, 40 per cent of the world’s economy, and three-quarters of global real estate investment. In an ever-changing world, more urban centres in India are rapidly emerging as players on the global stage – moving beyond the powerhouses of Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru.
With the number of skyscrapers in India on the rise, CW examines where India ranks in the tall buildings race. Conceiving, financing, designing and constructing a skyscraper is a tall order. Many projects have slow gestation periods
History reveals that the relationship between India and Indonesia dates back to first century AD when Indian traders were the first to arrive in Indonesia. Through the years, the trade and cultural links have continued with the potential for mutually
With shared traditions of democracy and pluralism, the bilateral relationship between Canada and India continues to thrive. Helping the relationship between Canada and Western India including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa and Madhya Pradesh grow is Richard Bale, Consul General for Canada in Mumbai at the Consulate General of Canada, Mumbai, a position he assumed in March 2013.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC), after years of receiving technical knowhow from abroad, is now graduating to build Metro rails for others. Last week, DMRC inked an agreement with Bangladesh government in which it will be the project consultant and help build the Dhaka Metro. In the Dhaka project, Delhi Metro will be undertaking the full project consultation.
Media reports say that the Kuala Namu International Airport in Medan, North Sumatra, is set to begin operations from July 25, 2013, said Salahuddin Rafi, Airport Director, PT Angkasa Pura II. Garuda Indonesia is likely to take off the first aircraft from the airport. Kuala Namu Airport will be the second largest and busiest airport in Indonesia after the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta and will replace the present Polonia Airport, which is already the fourth busiest airport in th