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1.The hot spots of Indian realty sector for investment

According to Knight Frank Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Pune, Chennai and Bangalore have emerged as the top five cities in India for investment in residential segment. The firm in its report said that People in India seek property not only for accommodation purpose but also as an investment option.


2.India will constitute 10 per cent of the world's elevator and escalator demand in 2013

Toshiba is eyeing 10 per cent market share in the premium category elevators in India within the next three years. Junichi Kyushima, Managing Director, Toshiba Johnson Elevators India Pvt Ltd, elaborates on the company's operations, its future plans and the industry in India.


3.US builder Hines to enter Indian real estate trade

Hines India Real Estate, a US-based real estate development and management firm, plans to tap the Indian residential segment in the next one year. The firm is searching for joint venture partners to start its first residential development. This will come about five years after Hines entered India with a JV development commercial project with real estate major DLF in Gurgaon, followed by another project with Shyam Telecom.


4.US firm Hines hunts for JV partners in residential sector

For its first residential development project in India, US-based real estate development and management firm, Hines is scouting for joint venture partners. It plans to tap the Indian residential segment. Five years ago, Hines had entered India through a joint venture development commercial project with real estate major DLF in Gurgaon.


5.AMR Group diversifies into residential segment

Commercial real estate developer AMR Group has now diversified into residential segment. It has launĀ­ched limited edition homes in Pi-4, Greater Noida. AMR Group is a Noida-based real estate developer known more for commercial projects and IT parks.


6.Pipeline innovations you need to know

Innovations in plumbing are driving major water savings.


7.Why our megacities continue to attract maximum investments?

Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru continued to be the favourite destination of investors in the last 10 years