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1.We start projects only after all approvals are received.

Larsen & Toubro (L&T), the $14.3-billion engineering-construction-manufacturing-financial services global giant and India┬┤s largest construction organisation, does not need any introduction. And it is no surprise that L&T Realty - a 100-per cent

2.Madras Cements on an expansion mode

Madras Cements, the flagship enterprise of Chennai-based Ramco Group, is planning to invest around Rs 150 crore in various expansion and power projects.

3.New four-star hotel launched in Coimbatore

In a major boost to the Coimbatore's hospitality industry, international hospitality major, Auromatrix launched its new four-star hotel 'Aloft' at Singanallur.

4.Eyeing the Cream

Its new scheme has been launched solely with the customer's benefits in view, claims Puravankara. But, is it really so?

5.We have developed transparency as our credo

Dreamers only dream it takes a visionary to turn these dreams into reality. Take the case of T Chitty Babu, Chairman and CEO, Akshaya Homes, who has charted a meteoric career trajectory over the past 25 years in his bid to redefine the skyline of Chennai.

6.Housing cost rise the most in Bhopal

National Housing Bank (NHB) Residex, the residential housing price index figures from April to June this year, points out that Bhopal topped in residential prices, with an increase of 33.73 per cent followed by Faridabad 33.38 per cent, Kochi 24.30 per cent and Surat 16.60 percent.

7.TN to spend Rs 340 cr on new housing units

Tamil Nadu Housing Board plans to construct 2,427 housing units at a cost of around Rs 340 crore. As a part of the plan, the board will develop 723 flats at Chennai, 16 at Salem and 566 at various other parts of the state.

8.Ascott to open 1,400 serviced homes in India

Ascott Ltd plans to open 1,400 apartment units in India in the next couple of years. The company recently laun-ched about 300 units across two properties in Bengaluru and Chennai.

9.TN to set up Rs 21.6 bn township

The Tamil Nadu Government has decided to develop a Rs 2,160-crore satellite township near Chennai to house 12,000 dwelling units for the weaker sections.The township will come up on 311.05 acre at Thirumazhisai off Chennai-Bengaluru highway

10.Mantri to launch six townships

Mantri Developers Pvt Ltd plans to launch six integrated residential township projects comprising 30,000 units across Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.