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Bounce India with Knight Frank to launch its first trampoline theme park

Bounce India plans to expand its business across India by opening six to seven more centres


Protective security technologies

A look at some of the most popular security technologies


How can security be worked into the layout of a campus?

Security planning must start at the time of campus design


Building themes into real estate

When security is the tagline of a realty project, it is brought alive by sensible design and a plethora of technologies


Rs.1,120 cr Smart City estimate for Tirunelveli

The state government has propsed a Rs 1,120 crore estimate for developing Tirunelveli as a smart city. The projects include installation of 4,500 surveillance cameras at 1,500 locations in Tirunelveli.


KNNL to develop a park near Hemavati reservoir under PPP model

The Karnataka Neeravari Nigam Ltd, which owns 440 acre land close to the dam premises at Gorur, is keen on taking up the project to develop a park at Gorur, near Hemavati reservoir on a public-private partnership model and plans to set up the park in a 35-acre plot.


Puranik receives Rs.300 cr from KKR

Puranik Builders will receive Rs 300 crore under an agreement with global investor KKR for the financing of two residential projects in Pune, Abitante and Aldea Espanola. Aldea Espanola follows a Spanish style of architecture, and Abitante is an Italian-themed project, spanning 45 acre with one, two..


Nahar Group launches villas in Mumbai

Nahar Group has recently made its foray in premium villas by launching Bali themed podium villas in Chandivali, Powai. Each villa is spacious and super luxurious with a private garden and a perfect home for those who opt for something special and unique. The 4 BHK multi-themed premium villas are exp..


Rollercoaster ride

The 300-acre, Rs 1,650-crore Adlabs Imagica project in Maharashtra, is the country's first entertainment theme park. CW offers a peek into India's very own Disneyland.


Disney India's theme may be replicated in global markets

US-based Walt Disney's Indian arm Disney India forayed into the 'theme home' segment last year by selling the rights of its characters to two real estate developers in India so far. The company is expected to replicate the theme business in global markets.


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