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1.Painting progress

´Cautiously optimistic´ is the best way to describe the outlook for the paints and coatings sector for the near term while the overall, long-term outlook is positive. Globally, the paint industry is equally made up of decorative products and industrial coatings.


2.Cementing Performances

Cement and construction go hand in hand. But does that automatically mean that the fortunes of the cement and construction industries wax and wane together?


3.Be enthusiastic and involved, and ready to take calculated risks

She’s leaving the next day for her first trip to the World Economic Forum at Davos. But Anita Arjundas has agreed to make time for us - her response to our request, instant and enthusiastic.


4.Haryana proposes to impose property tax

Haryana state government proposes to impose property tax in the state in a bid to raise the income from urbanisation in the due course.


5.India's Top Builders: Godrej Properties

It entered the real-estate sector with a bang. And today, under the stewardship of Managing Director Milind Korde, Godrej Properties Ltd is one of the leading real-estate development companies in the country with projects in 11 cities.


6.Top Projects - Kerala

The IT and tourism sectors in Kerala have together propelled the development of the property market in the state. Demand for land and building in the state is witnessing a sudden increase with many people buying properties.


7.Our philosophy is to stay within the spirit of the law

He’s young, disarmingly unassuming, yet exudes an air of quiet confidence. Pirojsha Godrej, scion of the Godrej Group, who took over as Managing Director and CEO of Godrej Properties Ltd (GPL) in April this year, is geared to take on the task.


8.Reforming India

Census 2011 indicates an increase in urban areas by about 54 per cent from 5,161 towns in 2001 to 7,935 in 2011. The total urban population is about 377.1 million (31.16 per cent) of the total of 1,210.19 million.


9.It is all about planning cities and not just codes

Kevin Brass, Public Affairs Manager & Journal Editor, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. He is an advocate of quality development. Whether it is tall or small structures, Kevin Brass believes in high-quality, sustainable, smart and efficient projects. Public Affairs Manager and Journal Editor of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), he has spent more than a decade chronicling the development of tall buildings and urban centres world over.


10.IFAWPCA calls for predictability in construction contracts

Ajith Gulabchand, President of International Federation of Asian and Western Pacific Contractors' Association (IFAWPCA) called for predictability in contracts in the construction sector. He raised concern that in many occasions contracts awarded for companies were cancelled in a later stage due to various issues. Apart from it, players in the sector have