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The Indian retail sector will continue to expand at a fast clip, with the number of malls in the country likely to swell to 280 in 2011-12 from 190 at present.

 
 
National Highways Authority of India has already invited bids for the first mega road project - the 570-km Kishangarh (near Jaipur) to Ahmedabad via Udaipur link.

If you are looking for a decent two BHK flat in the national capital, you have very dim chances of getting one for less than Rs 1 crore.

The real estate major bought the land for Rs 1,651.52 crore. The last auction of such size in the capital was in 2007, when DLF acquired 38 acres near Moti Nagar.
 
 
Realtors and industry experts feel that demand for retail space will remain sluggish for another two years.
After $7.9-mn spending of Indians, the world's tallest building has customers from UAE ($2.62 mn), Australians ($1.25 mn) and Omanese ($1.14 mn) among others.
The ministry has given 15 days time to the Corporation asking why unauthorised structures erected by it without any environmental clearance should not be demolished.
Realty firm Tulip Infratech on Monday said it will invest Rs 1,600 crore over the next four years to develop a housing project in Gurgaon.
The company had posted a profit of Rs 61.43 crore for the same period a year ago. The firm's revenue during the three months ended September was up 14.38 per cent.
The consolidated revenue, however, rose 39 per cent to Rs 2,520 crore for the quarter ended September 30, compared with Rs 1,810 crore in the same period last year.
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