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1.Coal Optimiser

S Bhattacharya is tipped to become the next Chairman and Managing Director of Coal India, succeeding S Narsing Rao.

2.Construction World Man of the Year

Anil SwarUp - Secretary, Ministry of Coal, Government of India & Former Additional Secretary, Cabinet Committee on Investments Efficiency could well be the middle name of Anil Swarup who has set an astonishing clearance track record.


Looks like blue skies ahead for the Airport Authority of India (AAI) with RK Srivastava as its next Chairman.


IAS officer S Bhattacharya has been selected as Chairman and Managing Director of Coal India.

5.Top trajectory

When you follow a pattern similar to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, you know you´re doing something right! Gujarat cadre IAS officer Hasmukh Adhia has been nominated as Director on the Central Board of Directors of the Reserve Bank of India, replacing Gurdial Singh Sandhu.

6.Mumbai residential property sales at 2 yr low

With real estate prices rising to exhorbitant heights, the realty market continues to remain stagnant as sales of apartments in Mumbai and its adjoining areas recorded the lowest figures in the last two years.

7.Mumbai home sales recover

Mumbai's residential sales recovered from a 30 month low in the third quarter as new projects boosted supply.

8.Property prices down by 1% in Mumbai: Liases Foras

For the first time in the last three or four years, the weighted average price (derived from simple average) of residential property in the Mumbai metropolitan region — Mumbai, its suburbs and 22 civic bodies around — has gone down by a marginal 1 per cent in the last quarter.

9.Five lakh families may get new homes in 2013: Report

After a painful wait of over six years, about five lakh families in urban India are likely to get possession of new homes this year. Property research firms Liases Foras and PropEquity as well as property consultancy CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) estimate that 4.5-5 lakh homes will be ready for delivery in 2013, the highest in a single year.

10.Property buyers may expect better deals

Competition Commission of IndiaÆs (CCI) order against realty major DLF, amending its agreement with apartment buyers of three different projects and making it more equitable may pave the way for a model pact for property sales to ensure fair play in transactions.