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In conversation with Charu Bahri, Harshavardhan Neotia, Chairman, Ambuja Realty, and Padma Shri (1999), talks about the expansion plans and projects he has lined up for coming years.
Restello, the winning design at Living Steel's 2006 International Architecture Competition, has begun to take shape in New Town, Kolkata.
Confederation of Real Estate Developers’ Association of India’s (CREDAI) Bengal unit plans to set up five mini-satellite townships near Kolkata and five more in rest of the state. With this plan, CREDAI aims to meet the housing needs of a burgeoning urban population
India Coal Conference 2011 discussed the viable options present before the coal industry. It also focused on domestic production of coal, its price and the need for a boost to correct the situation.
While most Indian infrastructure companies are busy grabbing multiple pieces of the Indian infrastructure pie, some are perfectly content with just one piece. A prime example is GPT Infraprojects, a subsidiary of Kolkata-based GPT Group.
Emami is diversifying into the cement business and will invest Rs 1,750 crore to set up production units in the next three years.
Rishi Jain, Executive Director, Jain Group, was entrusted with the task of developing the contemporary corporate aspects of the organisation to streamline various aspects of a rapidly advancing group.
Considered to be the first public building in Kolkata, Nazrul Tirtha is an architectural masterpiece and befitting tribute to the literary works of poet Kazi Nazrul. Known as the ´cultural capital of India´, Kolkata has always displayed a special appreciation for art and literature.
Construction firm Unity Infraprojects plans to develop two mixed-use housing projects aimed at middle-to-high income segments in Kolkata and Bengaluru with an investment of around Rs 500 crore.
Kolkata Metro Rail Corporation (KMRC), a JV between West Bengal Government and Union urban development ministry has awarded the first contract for undertaking the underground section of the project.