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EAST MEETS WEST Times Of India { Property Times } Page 1, Part 1     October 1, 2011
Pune, the cultural capital of Maharashtra, has adopted contemporary ideas with ease even as it continues to follow its age-old traditions, says ANURADHA RAMAMIRTHAM Pune, long regarded as a sleepy city, is getti...
WORK IN TANDEM The Times of India (Times Property)     August 1, 2011
Taking a cue from other cities in India, Pune, too, needs to give a boost to its infrastructure by practicing the private-public partnership (PPP) model, which is the need of the hour, says ANURADHA RAMAMIRTHAM...
A TOUGH STANCE The Times of India (Times Property)     August 1, 2011
While it is important to control the threat caused by persistently high inflation, the RBI’s recent increase in interest rates – which is the 11th rise in the past 18 months – has evoked sharp reactions from the realt...
GAIN THE EDGE The Times of India (Times Property)     July 1, 2011
Qualified manpower, a steady real estate market, and a stable political scenario puts Pune on the radar of investors who prefer it over other cities, says RASHMI NAKASKAR Pune is, historically, an establis...
PAVE THE WAY FOR GROWTH The Times of India (Times Property)     July 1, 2011
The state government moots amendments to the MRTP Act 1966 to put town planning (TP) schemes on fast track, and this would benefit Pune’s development, says RAJIV DOGRA The state cabinet's nod to ame...
A twist of real estate Pune Mirror     July 1, 2011
Areas like Yerwada and Kharadi beat addresses like Koregaon Park and Boat Club Road to become Pune’s priciest - Areas like Yerwada and Kharadi have emerged as dark...
INVEST WITH CARE The Times of India (Times Property)     July 1, 2011
While real estate is an asset that every investor should have, there are certain things to keep in mind, believes ROHIT GERA Every few years, when the irrational exuberance around blindly investing in real e...
THUMBS DOWN The Times of India (Times Property)     July 1, 2011
In a recent move, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has stated that the floor space index (FSI) would remain unchanged for old properties in the city that are being redeveloped and that no additional FSI would be alloca...
IN THE OFFING The Times of India (Times Property)     June 1, 2011
Both stakeholders – property purchasers and developers – are likely to benefit if the proposed Real Estate Regulatory Bill gets Parliamentary nod, says RAJIV DOGRA After almost two years when the firs...
THE WAY OUT The Times of India (Times Property)     May 1, 2011
The loan interest rate rises shouldn’t deter property buyers; realty experts suggest a few pragmatic solutions to the quandary, says RAJIV DOGRA As a measure to clamp down inflation, major banks and housing ...
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First of all I would like to thank  you  and the Gera team for organizing different workshops at our doorstep.
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