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1.Gujarat wants 3 per cent of new cement plants' output for CSR activities

In a move to pass on the benefits of growing investments to social sector in Gujarat, the state government desires the upcoming cement plants to spare 3 per cent of net cement production for social causes.

2.Vandanaa Power plans 2,400 MW thermal plant

Vandanaa Power Infratech Pvt Ltd plans to set up a 2,400 MW (600MW x 4 units) coalbased power plant near Navalakhi port in the Kutch district, estimated to cost Rs 10,000 crore.

3.Our aim has always been to make home-owning a joy

The name Gera Developments has now become synonymous with premium residential and commercial projects in Pune and Goa.

4.Bengaluru aviation sector bags Rs 885 crore projects

According to Karnataka’s commerce & industries department, eight new aviation projects amounting to Rs 885 crore were finalised during the two-day Global Investors Meet in Bengluru.

5.Golden Gujarat

For starters, just take a look at these facts and figures: In the past decade, Rs 99,805 crore has been invested in infrastructure in Gujarat, and the investment planned for the next decade is Rs 1,180,912.

6.35 Gujarat energy projects commissioned

Of the total 229 MoUs worth Rs 7,84,011 crore signed in the energy sector during the Vibrant Gujarat Global Investors' Summits 2009 and 2011, 35 projects worth Rs 27,170.06 have been commissioned as of December 31, 2011.

7.Karna to call for bids for four gas-based power plants

The Karnataka Government plans to set up four gas-fired power plants of 700 MW each in the state and is expected to invite tariff-based bidding from private investors soon after it signs the long-term gas supply contract.

8.Madison to invest in Indian residential projects

To invest in residential projects Madison India Real Estate Fund is planning to raise $100 million from overseas investors. The fund is expected to get closed in a couple of months. Madison India Real Estate Fund is a Mauritius-based investment company focused on making investments in the emerging real estate market in India.

9.Gujarat realty investors now look for overseas market

Gujarati investors are exploring destinations overseas. If experts are to be believed, the US, South Africa and Dubai real estate markets are fast emerging as attractive markets for Gujaratis. The real estate market in the state, particularly Ahmedabad, is investor-driven.

10.Realty sector may attract more foreign funds

Rob Blain, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of CB Richard Ellis-Asia Pacific said he expects more foreign funds to flow into Indian real estate market with an improvement in market sentiment. All funds are spreading their risks and are going towards emerging markets as well. The company hopes to facilitate more capital flow into India, he said.