All DDA Policies To ‘Go Through As Planned’: Hardeep Puri

All DDA Policies To 'Go Through As Planned': Hardeep Puri

Assuring that all Delhi Development Authority (DDA) policies “will go through as planned”, Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has said that his ministry deals with “institutions and not with individuals”. Puri was referring to the recent bureaucratic reshuffle wherein senior IAS officer Tarun Kapoor was appointed

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The Benefits Of Delhi Land Pooling Policy And How It Works

The Benefits Of Delhi Land Pooling Policy And How It Works

The much-awaited Delhi Land Pooling (DLP) policy got approved on 7 September by Delhi Development Authority (DDA), at a meeting headed by Delhi Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal. It now awaits approval from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs. Under the new scheme, DDA will pool land parcels owned by individuals, a group of owners or a builder,

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Demonetisation Almost killed Indian Real Estate, But This Startup Flourished

Demonetisation Almost killed Indian Real Estate, But This Startup Flourished

The November 2016 demonetisation of two high-value currency notes by India dealt a body blow to, among others, the real estate sector. House purchases fell to a seven-year low in 2017, despite falling prices. But Quikr kept raking in profits from the business.In fact, over the last 12 months,

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Is The Current Scenario Of Real Estate Ideal For Buyers?

Is The Current Scenario Of Real Estate Ideal For Buyers?

The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) has brought in a transformed and regulated system in the Indian real estate market. Although the implementation of RERA is still in its nascent stage, the future of the Indian real estate market looks promising. The new regulatory regime also contributes to a simplified taxation system (GST),

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GST: A Panacea For All Tax Woes For The Real Estate Sector?

GST: A Panacea For All Tax Woes For The Real Estate Sector?

In India, year 2017 is likely to be best remembered for ushering a new tax regime – GST, which replaced plethora of age-old 17 Central and state taxes and 26 cesses. GST was seen as a tax which would liberate the taxpayer from the evils of cascading, multiplicity of levy, unwarranted litigation, compliance burden etc. amongst others.

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Continuous Efforts Required to Make Cities Inclusive, Resilient and Sustainable

Continuous Efforts Required to Make Cities Inclusive, Resilient and Sustainable

Patna (Bihar) [India], Aug 4 (ANI): The government released the ‘Swachhta’ (cleanliness) ranking for the year 2018. This year also, Indore was the number one ‘Swachh’ city ahead of 4202 cities in the country. The special thing is that in this ranking, many small towns in the country have performed

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Things you need to keep in mind while buying a new home

Owning a home is a dream come true for everyone as it’s a stepping stone towards creating assets. If you are planning to buy a property of your own, then here is a comprehensive guide regarding various regulations that will help you make a better assessment towards undertaking such key long term financial commitments.

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