Hows the industry coping with Covid 19 from a year and half ?
The demon is out and the cat is among the pigeons !
Builders and developers have been having a field day till the Campa Cola revolution. Apartment buyers have now woken up to the fact that ignorance is not always bliss and that the past can catch up much earlier than you expect.
Builders sell flats and floors based on anticipated OCs. You can understand their business interest. But what about those supposedly educated / literate upper middle class who have been caught red faced when the
As per Times of India report on 7 Feb 2013, 75 percent of homes in Thane - which includes the Kalwa,Diva corridor and the Wagle,Lokmanya area are illegal.
Though they have been paying property tax for many years, how did the administration wake up all of a sudden ?
What will be the outcome now ? Will this effect in ongoing court cases involving illegal settlements ?
The Muncipality, home seceratary or revenue department or the CM ? Who is responsible ?
Real estate scenario getting a
Yes, as per Arjun R Pillai, CEO at Profoundis Labs in his
Quora.com blog http://www.quora.com/Kerala-India/Is-Kerala-indeed-Gods-own-country?__pmsg__=+RERoWUFCcC1GajdDYTE0OHpCeHU6YS5hcHAudmlldy5wbXNnLmFsbC5Mb2dnZWRJbkZyb21MaW5rOltbNzcyMjY3Nl0sIHt9XQ**#ans1986468
1. According to Hindu mythology, Kerala was created by Lord Parasurama, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu by throwing his axe across the sea to create new land for his devotees to live peacefully. So, Kerala is God
Land has always been the bone of contention between men from time immemorial.
And today all the more so with development not restricted cities. Even remote areas in every part of the world including India has become the builders and developersâ€™ play ground. Even Metro cities like Mumbai,Delhi,Bangalore,Kolkata having got competition from second tier cities like Cochin, Hyderabad,Pune,Ahmedadad etc, are now making way for their satellite areas like Thane,Gurgaon etc in the land
Thane - The Emerging Metro
Thane was the terminus for the first ever passenger train in Asia. On 16 April 1853, the passenger train service was inaugurated between Colaba and Thane. Covering a distance of 34 km (21 mi), it was hauled by three locomotives: Sahib, Sindh and Sultan.
Thane is connected with neighbouring suburbs through Central and Trans-Harbour Line Suburban railway network. Thane is a railway junction for the Thane-Vashi Harbour Line and Central Line. It has become the busiest suburban station in Mumbai which handles 6.54 lakh passengers daily.
As of 2013, there are plans of extending the Ghatkopar-Mulund Metro line up to Thane.
On 26 August 2015, MMRDA sanctions Rs. 35,400 crores for 118 km Mumbai metro network. This includes a 40-km Wadala-Ghatkopar-Thane-Kasarvadavali Metro-4 corridor via Wadala GPO and R.A.Kidwai Marg costing ₹ 12,000 crore.