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24-Aug-2009 | Raghavendra Kamath & Neeraj Thakur
Future no longer tense as consumer confidence improves and firms emerge leaner and more efficient.
19-Aug-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
The Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) has disqualified Unitech and Malaysia-based Country Heights Holdings on technical grounds from bidding for its 350-acre recreation and leisure project in Gurgaon, ...
18-Aug-2009 | Mihir Mishra & Neeraj Thakur
Even after Gammon India has been held responsible for more than one mishap on Delhi’s Metro Rail construction, the company has been allowed to bid for the proposed Gurgaon metro, a private-consortium funded project.
17-Aug-2009 | Raghavendra Kamath & Neeraj Thakur
Rapidly rising food prices is forcing food and grocery retailers to take a hit of up to 50 per cent on their margins in pulses and groceries.
12-Aug-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
Even as swine flu is threatening the hospitality industry, travellers are taking advantage of the Independence Day holiday to pack their bags for a weekend trip. Most hotels at travel destinations, domestic and international, are packed for the ...
11-Aug-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
With dwindling sales, Vishal Retail’s management is working hard to put the loss-making company’s sales back on track. Even as the company has posted a loss of Rs 90 crore in its net profit for the first quarter of FY10, the management ...
04-Aug-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
Delhi-based developer BPTP has tied up with global luxury hotel chain Grand Hyatt to operate its five-star hotel in Noida’s Sector 94, now under construction, say sources.
04-Aug-2009 | Neeraj Thakur & Raghavendra Kamath
In the past two months, property developers have reported an increased number of inquiries for their properties, indicating the economy is on its way up, clearly visible in companies’ recent quarterly results.
02-Aug-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
The promoters of DLF Ltd, the country’s largest real estate developer, have said hedge fund DE Shaw may retain a partial stake in DLF Assets Ltd (DAL) as the fund is seeing an improved opportunity in the commercial realty market.
31-Jul-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
The battered hospitality industry, which has seen a constant decline in its revenues over the past one year, is betting high on the shortage of hotel rooms during the Commonwealth Games (CWG) 2010. Hotel chains and travel agents are expecting a 25 ...
29-Jul-2009 | Raghavendra Kamath & Neeraj Thakur
Property developers plan more launches in the sub-Rs 20 lakh category of homes, after yesterday’s Budget concession.
26-Jul-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
Rentals may go down by 10% in coming quarters: Cushman & Wakefield.
17-Jul-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
The India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), which runs hotels like the Ashok and Samrat, is in discussions with home-grown retail chains, as well as global retailers to form a 50:50 joint venture to run duty-free shops at international ...
11-Jul-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
To encourage the flow of foreign direct investment (FDI) in smaller construction projects — integrated townships and hospitality projects — the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) has recommended changes to the Press ...
08-Jul-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
The woes of Indian real estate sector are expected to continue, post the Budget. Demand for fresh dwelling units is expected to remain weak and since no new incentives have been given for developers or new buyers, experts feel a revival, which was ...
05-Jul-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
After commercial districts, residential markets and malls, fast-food chains like McDonald's, Barista Coffee and Nirula’s have now trained their guns on highways. With the improved road network, brand-conscious Indians have begun to travel like ...
29-Jun-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
After raising Rs 5,550 crore in less then three months time, Unitech , the second largest developer of the country , said it will bring its net debt down by 36 per cent in July 2009 as the company plans to use the money raised through second round ...
29-Jun-2009 | Raghavendra Kamath & Neeraj Thakur
They have graduated from just home delivery to SMS marketing, bulk buying alliances and credit extensions.
27-Jun-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
Within less than three months of raising $325 million through Qualified Institutional Placement (QIP), Unitech Ltd, the second largest real estate company in the country, is raising $575 million (Rs 2,770 crore) through the same route. The fund ...
22-Jun-2009 | Raghavendra Kamath & Neeraj Thakur
After nearly 18 months of slowdown, property developers are looking at marginally increasing the prices of affordable homes. Whether it would help these cash-starved firms to improve their profit margins is yet to be seen, but such a move would send ...
22-Jun-2009 | Kalpana Pathak & Neeraj Thakur
The increasing number of swine flu cases in the country — 56 affected people so far — is putting the hospitality industry on the edge. With the monsoon season to begin and hotels hoping for a robust business at leisure destinations, ...
16-Jun-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
With the market for high-priced houses crashing, real estate developers are seeking a fortune in affordable housing and devising ways to keep the costs down.
09-Jun-2009 | Raghavendra Kamath & Neeraj Thakur
A fortnight ago, Jaypee Greens started bookings for its housing project — Aman — at the 70-acre residential township on the Greater Noida Expresssway. All the 3,000 flats, priced at Rs 2,100 a sq ft, were sold out by the first day. ...
09-Jun-2009 | Raghavendra Kamath & Neeraj Thakur
Does low-cost housing make economic sense? It seems to. Developers believe the loss in margins (20 per cent in affordable housing, against 50-300 per cent in case of premium housing) can be made up somewhat by the sheer volumes of sales. Rajeev ...
06-Jun-2009 | Neeraj Thakur
While the sudden rise in demand for affordable residential housing in the last couple of months has given the much-needed relief to real estate developers, commercial and retail segments continue to face the heat of oversupply, combined with ...