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1.Building Blocks

Infrastructure encompasses the whole spectrum of vital services such as roads, railways, civil aviation, shipping, power generation and transmission, telecommunications, postal facilities and urban development. Adequate infrastructure facilities are an absolute necessity for rapid achievement of sustainable economic growth.

2.Elite hoteliers and investors pan India converge at the 12th Hotelier Summit India

As in all business cycles, the Indian hospitality sector is now trending upwards. Performance metrics like the Average Daily Rate (ADR) are showing positive signs of growth. However, the Supreme Court ban on liquor sales and the call for prohibition in some of the cities have not only forced existing players to review upcoming projects, but also impacted proposed investments and M&A transactions.


But impact across construction segments will be varied, analyses BINAIFER JEHANI, Director, Industry & Customised Research, CRISIL Research.

4.Housing for All and PMAY to get boost with reduction in GST under CLSS

CREDAI-MCHI President Mayur Shah welcomes the recommendations made by the GST Council in its meeting in January 2018.

5.'GST for all housing should be at 6 per cent instead of 12 per cent,' says Dr Niranjan Hiranandani, National President, NAREDCO

In September 2017, Niranjan Hiranandani, Chairman & Managing Director, Hiranandani Group, was elected the National President of the National Real Estate Development Council (NAREDCO). Under the aegis of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, NAREDCO works with the government to achieve its 'Housing for All' objective.

6.Status Quo for GST on real estate maintained

After much anticipation, the GST Council has failed to deliver a final verdict on GST applicable on real estate – but how much would it really have mattered?

7.GST revised to 5% for under construction housing, 1% for affordable housing

Industry experts share their views on the impact it will have on developers

8.NAREDCO welcomes lowering of GST; demands for further rationalisation

National Real Estate Development Council has lauded the government’s move to lower GST on affordable housing and other housing projects.

9.GST rates cut on under-construction housing properties to 5%

GST for affordable housing projects cut down to 1%

10.GST rate cut to impact demand, improve transparency in real estate

The GST Council’s decision to reduce the GST rates for under-construction residential housing projects will lead to marginal traction in demand and bring in more transparency for home buyers, according to India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra).