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1.India's Top Builders: Tata Housing Development Company

Living up to the expectations of its iconic Indian brand, Tata Housing Development Company is one of the country's leading real-estate developers with a turnover of Rs 315.35 crore (FY 2009-10).


2.We are now ready with a pan-India growth strategy

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.


3.Government announces National Housing mission

Announcing its commitment for housing for all by 2022, the government has launched consultations with various stake-holders and chief ministers to come out with a comprehensive policy on housing.


4.Living in Steel!

Restello, the winning design at Living Steel's 2006 International Architecture Competition, has begun to take shape in New Town, Kolkata.


5.Nagarjuna Construction Company (NCC)

Promoted by AVS Raju and his associates, NCC was incorporated on March 22, 1990.


6.Lafarge to set up R&D facility in India

French cement major, Lafarge, is mulling over to set up a R&D facility in India for developing solutions and products to suit the growing demand of 'green' infrastructure and affordable housing.


7.Tata Housing to launch new residential project in Gurgaon

Tata Housing will launch a new residential project in sector-72 of Gurgaon. The company has acquired 36 acre for developing premium apartments and duplex floors.


8.Gujarat to make 50 green towns

The Government of Gujarat is mulling to makeover the urban infrastructure by pushing up clean and green concept for 50 towns in the state.


9.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.


10.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.