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1.Government to achieve target of Housing for All two years in advance: Hardeep Singh Puri

Minister of State for Housing and Urban Affairs, Hardeep Singh Puri, in his address, at the National Real Estate Development Council’s (NAREDCO) 15th National Convention announced that the BJP led NDA Government’s goal of creating ‘Housing for All’ would be achieved two years in advance that is, by 2020.


2.Take hard decisions quickly: ICRA

Consumption demand, which was the bulwark of the economy, has weakened and private investment is yet to show signs of a pickup


3.Power sector to government: Ease of private sector participation necessary

National-level policy to harness immense potential of rooftop solar in India is the need of the hour


4.ICRA: Capital support, finalisation of pending bills needed in port sector

The reelection of NDA will be credit positive for the domestic port sector


5.Strengthen overall economy: Realty expectation from the government

Applauding the government, here is what the real estate industry expects in the second term of the BJP-led NDA government...


6.300 smart villages to be developed Union Minister

Rajnath Singh, while addressing BJP kisan morcha meeting recently


7.How should the budget be?

While the Narendra Modi Government has been instrumental in bringing in the ´feel-good wave´, the 2014 Budget did not prove to be a harbinger of positive news. Provisions of the carry-forward Budget included support for renewal of infrastructure


8.Property, Polls and Policies

In the wake of the new government, RAMESH NAIR gives insights into the business of realty. In the light of the recent national electoral outcome, and an overtly positive result for Prime Minister Narendra Modi


9.Union Budget 2014: Fresh Direction

The formation of a new Government at the Centre and its desire to put India back on a high growth path makes the Union Budget presented on July 10, 2014 all the more important.


10.Up for an Upswing

The infrastructure sector can never be out of the reckoning as it is intrinsic to economic growth. As the concluding part of this Cover Story, CW offers an analytical perspective of the recent past and - more important - the way ahead.