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The Infra-Cultural remains of the past

Anushree Ghosh A market full of hustle-bustle with zigzagging children, loud hawkers, nomadic musicians, giggling women and traditional salesmen can disappear gradually, as the era changes.  What standstills for centuries are the architectural ruins that can withhold the agents of change.  They are t...Read More

Check out the top 5 Women Interior Designers

Aaheli Dutta Here are 5 ladies who redefined aesthetics with their designs and made the lives of several people a little brighter, a little more stylish and a little classier. Read about the top 5 women of the design world who are crafting the interiors of many spaces with their imagination. Shabnam ...Read More

Delhi, Sealing and the Issue of Encroachment

Santosh Sinha As per the recent development amid the ongoing sealing drive in Delhi, the representatives from Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) led by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and members of Delhi Congress, led by DPCC chief Ajay Maken formed an all-party delegation that will meet the Supreme Court-a...Read More

Top 5 women leaders in Real Estate

Aaheli Dutta While the world thanks women for being the building block of our lives, there are few women out there who are building a lot more than that. Real estate is still viewed as a male-dominated industry where women still remain unrepresented. However, there are women who are challenging these...Read More

The Role of women in taking the Real Estate Sector Forward

Akhilesh K Prasad In the words of American poet Ntozake Sahnge, “Where there is woman, there is magic.” Industries such as airlines, hotels, fashion, films, food, education and interior designing have a first mover’s advantage when it comes to employing women. Women have found active employment in ba...Read More

Will this flyover change the fortune of Raj Nagar Extension?

The crawling traffic jam days are over. The 10.3 km flyover connecting NH – 24 at U.P. Gate till Raj Nagar Extension has finally got the environment clearance from the respective state authorities. The flyover had already missed four deadlines. It was supposed to be operational in November 2017 but h...Read More

Why has the government not been able to stop the sand mafia?

Akhilesh K.Prasad The Construction Industry is growing at a stable pace.  In 2008 the contribution of construction to India’s GDP was 6.4%. In 2012 it had grown to 8.4%. As of 2017, the statistic stands at an unprecedented 9%. Sand is a basic requirement for this rapidly growing industry. It is prima...Read More

Budget 2018 and climate change: Too Little, Too late?

Akhilesh K Prasad While the Economic Survey 2017-18 lay emphases on the impact of climate change on the energy and the agricultural sector, the Union Budget 2018-19 presented two days later did not have much in it for the environment. The budgetary allocation for the Ministry of Environment, Forest a...Read More

Kamala Mills Fire and the Question of Urban Safety

Akhilesh K Prasad The National Crime Records Bureau statistics suggest that 17,700 people in India died due to fire accidents in 2015 alone. At 48 people per day, that is an alarming number. There also happens to be a correlation between urbanization and fire accidents. Maharashtra and Gujarat, two o...Read More

The Revival of Indian Economy

Anushree Ghosh Ease of Business Ranking of any country is calculated by the World Bank. It is the cumulative figure that indicates the ease of running a business in a particular country, based on certain parameters. A high ranking country is supposed to be liberal in its approach to aid the sustenanc...Read More

Is the Government missing out the Rental Market?

Anushree Ghosh,  Urbanization in the country driven by aspiration expands the rental housing sector multifold. People working in the informal sector don’t have fixed salaries to opt for EMIs. On the other hand, taking up a house on rent offers viability to shift easily, as per the change of plans. Re...Read More

Budget 2018: A manifesto for elections 2019

Akhilesh K Prasad The Gujarat assembly elections have perhaps been an eye-opener for Modi government. The BJP may have been able to scrape through, but not without jitters. In rural Gujarat and especially in Saurashtra, the vote of the farming community clearly went against the ruling party. Thereaft...Read More

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