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Haryana Police ordered not to delay any FIR registration 9.10.2017 dailypioneer
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Register all complaints to win people’s trust, CM tells police 9.10.2017 The Tribune
Tribune news Service Gurugram, October 8 Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has ordered the Gurugram police to ensure registration of FIR on every complaint irrespective of the nature of crime. “Even if a person walks into a police station to claim that his needle has been stolen, you go ahead and file an FIR. Don’t be bothered about increase in the number of FIR or take the excuse of many of them being fake. This will increase people’s trust in us and help us uproot crime. I wish to tell all of you that you have the full right of getting your complaint registered and if you are denied, come to us,” said Khattar while addressing his first Janta Darbar organised at Swantrata Senani Zila Parishad Hall in the city today. The Chief Minister accompanied by local MLAs and officials disposed of over 300 complaints asking concerned officials to address them within next 10 days and send action-taken report to him. An investigating officer ASI Charan Singh was suspended after a Ghata resident alleged that the ...
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No license for new meat shops in Gurugram's residential areas: Manohar Lal Khattar 8.10.2017 Politics and Nation-News-The Economic Times
He also announced that a commission would be formed to hear and solve all disputes of cooperative group housing societies here.
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No license for new meat shops in Gurugram’s residential areas: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar 8.10.2017 India – The Indian Express
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Home-buying made less taxing, as realtors share GST burden 8.10.2017 HBL: Home
Besides the usual interest subvention scheme and freebies, this festival season realty developers are offering GST waiver to attract buyers even as new launches have become selective. Post-demoneti...
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One realtor named in quarter of MahaRERA cases disposed so far 8.10.2017 DNA: Top News
Of the total 40 violation cases disposed off by Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) since May, nine cases have been that of one developer. The developers, who are based in Pune, say their name features so often because they want to their cases to be dealt with soon. Since May 2017, the authority has disposed off 40 cases of developer violations or possession delays. While it's first order was on May 5, the latest was on Friday, October 6. The last order on a case related to Marvel Realtors was passed on October 3. In it, the firm was ordered to pay Rs 15,000 as rent if it fails to complete the project on the date promised to the buyer. The order read, "If the respondent (Marvel Realtors), fails to complete the project on time, then it will pay Rs 15,000 as rent for a 3 BHK flat." Marvel Realtors CEO of Vishwajeet Jhavar, said, "There are thousands of cases, but our name comes up the maximum because we don't keeping postpoing our dates. We have good relations with the clients. In a ...
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Mumbai: Developers have to pay interest rate for delays to buyers, says MahaRERA 7.10.2017 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: After homebuyers complained to the authority about developers pushing back the date of possession
Realtors drop big ventures, grab middle class housing schemes 7.10.2017 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Thanks to Modi Govt.’s big push to ‘housing for all’
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Developer has to form society after 51% home buyers book apartments 6.10.2017 India – The Indian Express
Housing sales fall 35% in 8 cities; supply dips 83%: PropEquity 5.10.2017 News
These eight cities are Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Kolkata, Pune, Hyderabad, Bengaluru and Chennai
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RERA denies extension to builders who haven't registered yet 5.10.2017 news
Developers who haven't registered their ongoing projects with the Maha RERA are unlikely to get a fourth chance to do so. Even as the deadline to register those ended two months ago, the authority has accepted over 2,500 registration applications but not before levying a penalty. Representation pic "As over 13,300 projects have already been registered, there is a dip in the number of applications since the last extension. Initially, we got many applications but since September, the number has been about a few hundred. Thus, we are not willing to give any more extensions," said a RERA official. Also read:  NRI flat buyer struggles to recover Rs 26 lakh from Naigaon builder and RERA can't do much Dr. Vijay Satbir Singh, member of MahaRERA, said, "We are not planning to give any further extension to builders of ongoing projects. Only new projects will be allowed to submit their application for registration now. In case applications are received in October, we will take a call on what to be done for ...
Mumbai: 150 homebuyers register a complaint with MahaRERA against real estate project at Mira Road 5.10.2017 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai: Nearly 150 homebuyers have registered a complaint with the Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory
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No more extension for registering ongoing projects with Maharashtra RERA 5.10.2017 Mumbai – The Indian Express
NRI flat buyer struggles to recover Rs 26 lakh from Naigaon builder 4.10.2017 mumbai
The extremely stringent MahaRERA (Maharashtra-Real Estate and Regulation Act) may have come into effect, but home-buyers continue to be at the receiving end of the unprofessionalism of builders. Ashish Shukla, 30, a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) from the United Arab Emirates, had dreamed of settling down in India. Ashish Shukla Today, he is running from pillar to post to recover R26lakh, a sum he made as initial investment to a builder who had promised to give him his flat this year. Shukla says, far from being handed possession, construction on the project has not even begun. Adding to his woes is the fact that AVF Realty is not registered under MahaRERA, which means Shukla will not get much help from authorities either. Nevertheless, Shukla has made several complaints to RERA via email. In 2015, Shukla had invested in the AVF Greens project that was expected to come up in Naigaon East. The builder was to construct five buildings, of nine floors each, and hand them over to buyers by 2017. Shukla had paid ...
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Home buyers angry with over six-year delay in project in Mumbai 4.10.2017 Mumbai – The Indian Express
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Piramal buys land parcel for Rs 153 crore 4.10.2017 Business Standard: Companies & Industry
Nirmal has been doing joint ventures with bigger firms like Godrej Properties and L&T Realty
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What investors should know about investing in real estate 3.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Amit's eyes shone as Rishabh told him about the 300% gain he made on selling his property at Whitefield, Bangalore. He had bought it for Rs 30 lakh in 2002 and sold it for more than a crore recently. ...
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The top Indian cities for NRIs to invest 3.10.2017 Hindu: Home
Indian real estate has always drawn the attention of Non Resident Indians (NRIs) simply because it is their country of origin.Now, the appeal of realty in India is improving as a form of investment as...
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Mumbai Grahak Panchayat points out loopholes in MahaRERA 2.10.2017 Free Press Journal: Mumbai
Mumbai’s prominent consumer body Mumbai Grahak Panchayat (MGP) has figured out some loopholes in
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Credit to services shrinks 9.1% in April-August 2.10.2017 Business Standard: Today
There has been slowdown in credit off-take across sectors - particularly agriculture, industry, services and retail - for about 5 months since April
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