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Jun 12, 2015
The proposed amendment to the Land Acquisition Act is crucial for creating two crore affordable houses in urban areas by 2022 under the government’s new ‘Housing for All’ mission, Union Minister for Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation M Venkaiah Naidu said.
Jun 07, 2015
Mumbai: The government will not compromise on the basic purpose of the Land Acquisition Act, Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said amid mounting criticism from the Opposition as well as its ally Shiv Sena on the controversial amendments to the Land Bill.
Pre-launch deals back in Thane to boost real estate
Feb 22, 2014
THANE: Home sales, especially sale of luxury apartments, have been tepid in most large Indian cities. But, signalling a rising sentiment in real estate sales, Thane developers are launching apartments to boost confidence of investors and buyers.
Over 4,780 acres of DDA land occupied by squatters: Government
Aug 23, 2013
DELHI: Over 4,780 acres of land belonging to Delhi Development Authority ( DDA) has been encroached upon in the national capital, the government said on Thursday.
Real estate regulatory bill must cover all stakeholders: CREDAI
Jul 18, 2013
DELHI: Terming real estate regulatory bill as a populist measure, realtors' body CREDAI today said the proposed law should govern all stakeholders of the industry and not only the developers.
More power to the home buyer
Jun 19, 2013
DELHI: Two years after the Union housing ministry came out with a draft bill to regulate the real estate sector, the final bill is ready to be introduced in Parliament during the upcoming Monsoon Session. The keenly-awaited bill, which promises a transparent regime that would uphold the interest of the home buyer, is being seen as a game-changer in a largely unregulated sector, even though some of its provisions have come for some flak from the real estate industry. As housing minister Ajay Make
Real Estate Regulation Bill likely in Budget session
Jan 10, 2013
NEW DELHI: The government is likely to come up with a Bill in the forthcoming Budget session of the Parliament to regulate the real estate sector, Housing Minister Ajay Maken said today.
Revisit SEZ policy to prevent misuse: Parliamentary panel
Aug 31, 2012
NEW DELHI: A Parliamentary panel today suggested the government should revisit the special economic zone (SEZ) scheme to plug loopholes and prevent its misuse. The report of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), tabled by its chairman Murli Manohar Joshi in the Lok Sabha, said absence of mandatory exports in the SEZ Act has led to misuse of the scheme. The Committee, however, said there is

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