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1.Uttarakhand amends Housing Bye-Laws

With an eye on the upcoming polls, the Uttarakhand Government has tweaked the ‘Buildings and Development Regulations Bye-Laws 2011’, exempting people who are not residing in areas covered under the master plan from getting the layout map of their construction sites passed by authorities.

2.India's Most Admired Companies

India's Most Admired Companies for the year 2013, 2012, 2011

3.Now 36% urban population in AP lives in slums

About 36 per cent of urban population in Andhra Pradesh lives in slums. One in three people in Hyderabad is a slum dweller, reveals the Census 2011 data. The data speaks that 264 per cent increase in slum population in and around Hyderabad. The city municipality area now has 5.07 lakh slum households with 22.7 lakh dwellers.

4.IL&FS to invest Rs 150 cr on Hyd's apartment project

IL&FS Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services, which took over the reins of crisis-ridden Maytas Properties in 2011, will be investing Rs 150 crore in developing a residential apartment project in the vicinity of ‘Maytas Hill County’ located on the outskirts of Hyderabad.

5.Exhibitions, Conferences and Seminars (September 2011)

The second annual India O&G 2011 Conference (IOG 2011), to be held on September 16, 2011 in New Delhi, City Infra'2011, to be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi in the month of September 2011 is dedicated to improve city infrastructure, with a view to building future cities.

6.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.

7. Exhibitions, Conferences and Seminars ( November 2011 )

India's economic future depends on the future of its infrastructure development which depends on Infrastructure finance. ASAPP Conferences, a division of the ASAPP Media Information Group, will organise the India Infrastructure Finance 2011 Conference from November 09-10, 2011 in Mumbai.

8.There should be transparency and accountability at every stage

N Santosh Hegde was a Supreme Court judge from the year 1999 till 2005 when he retired. He was conferred the honorary doctorate of law by Mangalore University in 2005 and was appointed as Lokayukta of Karnataka state on August 3, 2006 for a term of five years.

9.We could do with some generosity of builders

A doyenne in the field of academics, Dr (Mrs) Indu Shahani has over three decades of teaching experience at the college and university level. Shahani is Principal of HR College of Commerce & Economics and was appointed Sheriff of Mumbai in 2008.

10.We need in India both the hardware and software of development

Dr Shashi Tharoor straddles several worlds of experience. Chief Guest at the 9th Construction World Annual Awards 2011, he reflects on the challenges and reforms needed in the industry.