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Residential real estate demand infused by upcoming infra projects

As the centre promised Rs 102 lakh cr infusion in infrastructure over the next five years and states push project completion to get the economy back on rails, new localities across cities see a fresh interest from end user buyers.


Can contractors claim additional compensation owing to COVID?

Can contractors claim relief on penalty charges due to delays in delivery?


Can contractors claim additional compensation owing to COVID?

How is RERA dealing with delays due to COVID?


Power distribution reforms

Govt focus on mitigating cash-flow stress and reducing theft


Budget 2021-22 for infra and construction: A snapshot

Budget 2021-22 for infra and construction: A snapshot


Govt. to seek Parliament nod for Rs 370 bn spending on infra development

Had pegged capex of ₹ 4.13 trillion for current yr.


Opportunity amid Adversity

Millions of piped water connections have been provided during the COVID-19 pandemic, reports CW.


Six airports to be auctioned under public-private partnership mode

Restrictions on the utilisation of Indian air space will be eased so that civilian flying becomes more efficient, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said while announcing details of the Rs.20 tn package to help overcome the COVID crisis.


Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announces measures

Here’s all you need to know about the measures announced by the Finance Minister on May 13.


Bengaluru suburban rail project gets Rs.5 bn

Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa has reportedly announced an initial allocation of Rs.5 bn for a suburban rail project to ease traffic flow in Bengaluru.


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