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Sophia Emotions, Technology and Japan virtual tour over less time frame

6/6/2021 4:26:00 PM

“Two minutes noodles” can understand better, how time is precious. As human is being busy, things have been transformed accordingly. Since sunrise to moon arrival, we try to make things easy so that time could be contained. We are not alone in life long drive, but we help each other to reach our destination. It is observed, the human being is curious since his birth and wants to know each and everything that is happening around. To save time, the news channels have started news hundred countdown, where you at least could grab entire news under “ho jao intelligent minto mai” idea. Subsequently, it also helps to sharp your rhyming couplet skill. “ho Jao intelligent minto mai” is one of among inspired rhyming couplet skill. Unlike news headlines, we got to know about our kid's adventures with explanation by our neighbors, as detail news after headlines, I agree with neighbors, some things should be presented in a terrible sprinkling manner. Neighbors are very good source of surveillance for kids as well as your entire family by their right “pair of binoculars”, their services are lifetime and absolute free. Even, without giving instructions, they look forward to provide their services. Apart from neighbors, whatsapp status, facebook and instagram post will let you know about their adventures. And in extreme cases hidden cameras will unfold their apocryphal tales made by them. There was a time where wives were spying on their beloved spouse by making frequent calls. Eavesdropping was also a trustworthy tool for them. It is sheer truth, Problems are the only source of Invention. Now vidio call helps your "Better Half" to be stressed out. But technology doing its work in an unbiased manner, and I hope a virtual reality and augmented reality will do justice equally. It is a very common thing in every element of technology, you can catch up on your target by sitting on well padded couch. In the previous year, some countries banned vedio calls over security reasons, however, later, govt had to permit VoIP apps with guidelines to be used. As a “ho jao intelligent minto mai” volunteer, instead of nicotine beverages, I believe to stir “Vita” powder in whole milk so that entire day I can do intelligent activities. Calling, pop out messages for clients, vedio calls and conferencing are among which we have to do frequently. And in Pandemic lockdown these digital tools proved that importance. Every person is always connected with their dreams emotionally. Where Sites visits for “ Dream Home” was done physically, it is done virtually now, It shows business intelligence. Although the final site visit has to be done by own over emotional perspective. Personally, I believe, all tasks should not be done digitally, for instance, home warming party is done by “Artificial Intelligence”. While written artificial intelligence, I remembered “Sophia” a social humanoid robot developed by Hong Kong-based company Hanson Robotics. Sophia was first turned on on February 14, 2016, and made her first public appearance at the South by Southwest Festival in mid-March 2016 in Austin, Texas, United States. Sophia is powered to display more than 50 facial expressions. Joy, grief, curiosity, confusion, contemplation, sorrow, frustration, among other feelings. The kind humanoid robot visited India for the first time in December 2017. She graced the stage at IIT- Bombay for about 20 minutes where it spoke about the growing intolerance in the world and advised the human race to be "kind" to fellow creatures. It is highly appreciable “Humanoid Robot” has emotions and her advise let me force to think we should express our emotions too with huge intelligence. As we Indians often give a sign of emotions once in a while. India is a culture enriched country. As a sign of respect, we reach down to touch the elder’s feet. “Namaste” is also the Indian form of greeting, to greet someone with a namaste, bring your hands together with palms touching in front of your chest gracefully. On the festival side, we ignite ghee lamp on “DIWALI” with gratitude and try to distribute self-made sweets instead of well-packed chocolates. However, to save our time, we cook “Two-minute noodles”, boiled or scrambled eggs, but in festivals, we believe to cook food by spending many hours to display mouth-watering traditional colorful culinary. In the technology era we love to click photos before eat and promptly post in various digital platforms to lure likes. And with in seconds inundated thumps up are on posted clicks. In some cases we call many to like post and sometimes we show anger to not give thumps up into post, vedio calls are often made too. During my “Virtual Japan Tour”, I preferred “Green Tea” not as a substitute for “Vita milk”. But, in order to feel a foreign tour in “Actual”. Green tea is undoubtedly the most popular tea in Japan. In my close inspection, I found, Japanese are quite shy and conservative as sort of Indians. Japanese greet each other by bowing. A deeper and longer bow indicates respect and while handshake, they practice to avoid eye contact as it is considered rude. It is good to exchange gifts with each other with both hands showing respect. One should be refuse a gift up to three times before finally accepting. On tour, meanwhile, some “Pop-Ups” made me laugh. I had to make sure, I tried to cover my mouth while laughing, as In Japan, covering mouth while laughing means not showing your exact reactions. Moreover, it helps to keep your emotions subtle and shy. This is also considered graceful for ladies in Japan. I will have to make sure, during my next virtual tour, I need to sit on an acupressure active chair instead of a well padded couch for not forgetting, I am not to “Actual” but to “Virtual tour". INDIA

Adventure of Tenants Around Planet

7/12/2021 4:53:00 PM

Animatedly grin while unlocking a new door, a new normal phase is about to begin, seems happiness is standing outside specially to welcome just next to the main door as despondency has been thrown before the ride to the arrived destination, history is witness, often, fresher’s have always been special at that moment. The “Warrior” named tenant has rented house cleaned, inculcating, tranquility will be maintained. Unfortunately, some dreams never to be a reality, agree, some obstacles can be less if landowner residing somewhere, but in the month-end these uninvited guest has to appear in your door accompanying do’s and don’t, Meanwhile, other tenants are trying to please uninvited guest to persuade their demands by throwing surprises, But they don’t know these people are not ready to give even concession on rent during corona lockdown period, rather they don’t want to know about “wave-off”, inhumanity, but this is the ground reality about landowners, agree exception could be somewhere but not all lucky to have them. Landlord inhumanity stories have been broadcasting on TV screens since covid-19 lockdown, it is the consequence of supposing rental property is their own. Relationships, that had been flourished before corona, seems were breaking in a pandemic. Bhabhi ji and bhaiya ji are prevailing among others. Culinary exchange ritual, prevailed as a love token, suddenly had been stopped, looking at prospective rental issues nor for corona spread, reflects the split personality of a human being. Tenant aka “warrior” wondered about a situation, irrespective of huge housing hunt and R&D, they invented this suitable one and now, corona became successful to make things worse by breaking their relationship with their matched ones. somewhere, was being seen this situation over astrology perspective. Both Paying guests and tenant seem riders of the same destination, on close inspection we found paying guests are tolerant more than a tenant. They have to share the same space with two and somewhere three. Paying guests have to share a kitchen and even a washroom. The bathing pioneer is seen as a warrior. Since their hunt is started by morning and continue till night napping as they fail to get sound sleep due to roommates whispering. Here, smartphones became a weapon to create clutter around the accommodation. Their domestic fights pop out as Line of Control issues and suddenly that issues become successful to bloom political parties in the same constituency. This means you cannot become contemporary “Arjun”, the divine soul popular for his focus. Calling it hell on earth will not go wrong and who they experienced it, will agree with solidarity. Unlike housing hunt and R&D they comfortable to shift frequently, and end up with their bad stars. Spending life as a tenant is going to be adventures, you have to meet with different issues on a daily basis and sudden rent hike is work like catalyst into it. While coming home from professional chores aunty ji always grabbed, irrespective of tread on toes, “Many are prowling around, and asked me about rent, so much demand”. Remaining talk always on phone, “use water under urgency”. It is the place where maintenance is never ended, deep down, retorting is prohibited on apocryphal tales. Day begins with grabbing wire for drying cloth under the sun to car parking tug, competitions are flourished since sunrise. In extreme cases, the alarm is put down before buzz. If you believe in revital benefits, you should definitely take it, to be active in the whole day. Tolerance, Cold War, and hypocrisy are prevalent tools to be a long-lasting tenant. Living being tenant, life seems untold. In fact, life cannot be dragged, rather to live in our terms. By the September month, festivals are about to begin and enthusiasm is on the peak. In most of the cases, Festivals are inexpressive for tenants. Often, “Apna Ghar” is remembered in festival vibes. Having boundaries, preparations are often rather shallow, and incomplete emotions ruin the celebration to some extent. The Audience is often enjoyed the adventures of stars but fiercely leaps to the next channel on television while feeling irritated. Many banks and National Housing Banks are offering lucrative interest rates towards housing loans and Govt. “Housing For All” component would make the dream home true. CHANDIGARH

Thermocol Earthquake Resistant and good Conservation Practice of Natural Resources

8/25/2021 4:58:00 PM

Earthquake seems like monster when it becomes disaster for nature and man-made things. People become homeless in seconds and the loss of loved ones is a bitter truth which can never be compensated. Science and Technology has always been a sign of hope for human beings and so many problems have found solution by hard work of research scholars. Now, we could think that if earthquake shakes even seismic zone, The home and infrastructure will not destroy, and simultaneously human lives will also be saved. According to Researchers at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (IITR) found that thermocol or Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) could resist earthquake forces on up to four-storey buildings. Thermocol could be the material of the future for construction of earthquake-resistant buildings even in the most seismic zone with thermal insulation and could also save the energy required to develop construction materials. The researchers tested a full-scale building and a number of wall elements constructed with thermocol sandwiched between two layers of concrete at the National Seismic Test Facility (NSTF) of the Department of Earthquake Engineering, IIT Roorkee. This was developed under the Fund for Improvement of S&T Infrastructure (FIST) programme of the Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India, a release from the Ministry of Science and Technology said on Monday. Adil Ahmad, the research scholar who conducted the tests, evaluated the behaviour of the constructions under lateral forces, as earthquake causes a force predominantly in lateral direction. The project was supplemented with detailed computer simulation of a realistic four-storey building. Supervising the research, Yogendra Singh, a professor at IITR, informed that the analysis shows that a four-storey building constructed with this technique is capable of resisting earthquake forces, even in the most seismic zone of the country, without any additional structural support. The researchers have attributed this earthquake resistance capability to the fact that the EPS layer is sandwiched between two layers of concrete, having reinforcement in the form of welded wire mesh. The researchers said that the force being applied on a building during an earthquake arises due to the inertia effect and hence depends on the mass of the building. Thermocol resists earthquakes by reducing the mass of the building. In this technique, the EPS core and the wire mesh reinforcement is produced in a factory. The building skeleton is first erected from the factory-made core and reinforcement panels, and then concrete is sprayed on the skeleton core. This technique does not require any shuttering and hence can be constructed very fast, the researchers said. Besides resisting earthquakes, the use of expanded polystyrene core in concrete walls of a building can result in thermal comfort. The core provides the necessary insulation against the heat transfer between building interior and exterior environment. This can help in keeping the building interiors cool in hot environments and warm during cold conditions. India suffers a large variation of temperature in different parts of the country and during different seasons of the year. Therefore, thermal comfort is a crucial consideration along with structural safety. "The technology also has the potential of saving construction material and energy, with an overall reduction in carbon footprint of buildings. It replaces a large portion of concrete volume from the walls and floor/roof. This replacement of concrete with the extremely lightweight EPS not only reduces mass, thereby decreasing the earthquake force acting on a building but also diminishes the burden on the natural resources and energy required to produce the cement concrete, the release added. Source: ET Realty INDIA

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Indian real estate sees $1.8 billion PE funding in last 6 months

10/12/2021 12:01:00 PM

Private equity firms pumped about $1.8 billion into the real estate sector in the first half of the FY2022. The office segment had a 33 per cent share of the PE funding at $591 million, according to a report by Anarock titled Capital’s Flux Market Monitor for Capital Flows in Indian Real Estate. Private equity investment in Indian realty climbed 27 percent to $1.79 billion in the first six months of the current fiscal mainly driven by domestic funds, it said. The share of foreign funds, however, reduced 19 percent during the six months compared to the previous corresponding period. Investments by domestic funds jumped from less than $10 million to $650 million during the corresponding first halves, reflecting their confidence The industrial and logistics segment saw significant investments of approximately $537 million in first half of FY22, comprising a 30 percent overall share of the PE funding, the report said. The residential sector saw investments to the tune of $394 million or, approximately 22 percent, of the total PE funds. Data centres, land and mixed-use developments attracted the remaining 15 percent of the overall PE inflows, comprising 5 percent each, the report said. “The average ticket size for the PE deals in the current period declined by 32 percent – from $114 million in H1 FY21 to $78 million in H1 FY22,” said Shobhit Agarwal, MD and CEO – ANAROCK Capital. Investors this time preferred single-city deals in contrast to multi-city deals earlier. The top 10 deals in the first half contributed nearly 81 percent of the total PE investments in the country, the report said. The share of multi-city deals reduced from 77 percent to 42 percent in H1 FY 2022. In comparison with the first half of 2020-21, structured debt and equity recorded considerable growth in the first half of this year at 25 percent and 28 percent . Structured debt went primarily towards project-level assets, the report said. Going forward, demand for flexi offices is gaining momentum. They are expected to attract more PE investments over the next 1-2 years. Operators are aggressively looking at expansion of data centres across major locations in the country, the report said. Source: Money Control INDIA

Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, elevated road expected to turn Sohna into next major realty hub

10/13/2021 1:14:00 PM

Completion of major road infrastructure projects is set to turn Sohna into the next big real estate hub of the National Capital Region (NCR), as evidenced by takers for the micro market despite an overall slowdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to experts and realtors. With the Haryana portion of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway and the Sohna elevated road likely to be finished by next year, experts believe that the real estate sector will get a major boost as these infrastructure will improve accessibility, create jobs and allow people to move about with ease. Developers who had invested in Sohna around five to six years ago said these two road projects will boost housing demand as it would take residents only 15 minutes to reach Rajiv Chowk in Gurugram. Vinod Behl, a real estate expert, said Sohna is centrally located in the NCR, and the growth of any real estate destination largely depends on that area’s connectivity, physical and social infrastructure, established residential and commercial developments in the neighbourhood and its proximity to corporate and industrial hubs, the major centres of employment. These key drivers significantly influence the price of a property and its future appreciation. In that respect, Sohna scores quite high as a micro market of Gurugram, he said. “The area is contiguous to south Delhi and Gurugram, besides providing access to Palwal, Faridabad and Alwar. He said connectivity to the Jewar airport in Uttar Pradesh, when it becomes operational, will enhance the area’s potential as a realty hub,” said Behl. As per the details shared by the Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP), there are 10 affordable group housing projects, 15 projects under the Deen Dayal Awas Yojana, three commercial projects, and 19 group-housing projects in Sohna, besides six to seven commercial projects. Around 800 acres have been licensed in Sohna since 2012, with maximum licences issued in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2019. Sohna is spread across an area of 27 square kilometres and is divided into 38 sectors for urban development by the government of Haryana. Lower plot costs, in comparison to Gurugram, is one of the reasons for developers taking up projects there over the past seven years. According to Santosh Kumar, vice-chairman of Anarock, a real estate consultancy, Sohna has witnessed significant real estate activity since 2013 and supplied around 30,000 housing units till the third quarter of 2021. “Popularly known as south Gurugram, Sohna emerged as a favourable affordable destination owing to its proximity to various business centres and industrial clusters,” he said. Data made available by Anarock reveals that the maximum real estate activities in Sohna took place in 2014, 2015 and 2017, when 12,000, 6,000 and 4,000 housing units were launched, respectively. The launch of new projects has been muted over the past four years, largely due to unfavourable market conditions. As far budget segmentation is concerned, Kumar said that 55% of the projects are in the mid-segment ( ₹40 lakh to ₹80 lakh), 26% are in the affordable segment (below ₹40 lakh) and 16% in the premium segment ( ₹80 lakh to ₹1.5 crore). The numbers also suggest that of the 29,270 units launched, 30% have been completed while 46% will be ready by the end of next year. The average property price in Sohna is around ₹4,100 per square feet (sqft), a slight increase from ₹3,798 per sqft in 2015. Mubeen Khan, a city-based real estate consultant, said that while properties in Sohna were available for ₹3,500-5,000 per sqft, the area was more focussed mid-segment housing. “In comparison, Gurugram is more about premium housing, with average price of a flat being more than ₹75 lakh,” Khan said. The developers say better connectivity with Gurugram, Delhi and other parts of the country will help this micro-market grow faster. “By 2031, around 640,000 people are going to reside in south Gurugram. With the increase in population and led by multiple government initiatives, Sohna is expected to witness heightened demand for residential spaces in the time to come. Sohna is aligned with the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway, Palwal-Sonipat Orbital Rail Corridor, linked to KMP [Kundli-Manesar-Palwal] and new elevated road to Gurugram will boost housing in the city,” Pradeep Agarwal, managing director of Signature Developers, which has a major presence in the town, said. According to Behl, what makes Sohna attractive for both end-users and investors is the lower entry point, with good scope for price appreciation that has seen risen significantly over the past seven years. Improved connectivity Developers and experts were particularly enthused after Union transport minister Nitin Gadkari visited Sohna on September 5 and announced that work on the Haryana portion of the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway and Sohna elevated road will be completed by mid-2022, even as officials of the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) clarified that the Sohna elevated road would be completed by June 2022. The stakeholders admitted that while the past three to four years witnessed a slowdown across the country, the Sohna micro market and projects on Sohna Road remained attractive due to affordability and good prospects. “Last year, it was Sohna and New Gurugram micro markets which had emerged on the top as far as supply and price of properties is concerned. Once the elevated road is completed, home buyers in Gurugram will have great options to buy affordable houses, plots and also premium housing in this area,” Sanjiv Thakur, a real estate consultant, said. Although developers admitted that the launch of new projects has been slow over the past two years due to a weak market caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns, they are optimistic that the two new road projects will lead to a turnaround and greatly contribute to Sohna’s growth. “Owing to its proximity to different business centres and industrial clusters, it promises good connectivity and planned infrastructure upgrades. The proposed link between the new Jewar airport and the Delhi-Mumbai Expressway is the newest and most crucial connectivity factor, boosting real estate on Sohna Road,” Amarjit Bakshi, the chairman and managing director (CMD) of Central Park, said. Market trend According to studies by real estate consultancies, homebuyers’ preferences are changing, as many as preferring to reside in gated communities on the outskirts of the cities. A report released by Anarock last year stated that almost 57% of home launches in NCR in 2020 took place in areas on the outskirts of Gurugram, such as Sohna and Sohna Road, besides areas under the Yamuna Expressway in Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Budh Nagar. “Sohna, Sohna Road and Dwarka Expressway are some of the most preferred areas among the buyers. Previously, most of the sales in the periphery were made by investors or buyers planning to relocate in future. However, they are now willing to accept the distance between their homes and their workplaces due to boost in infrastructure and connectivity,” an excerpt from Anarock’s report stated. Echoing this viewpoint, Ashish Tandon, president, sales and marketing, SS Group, said that these two expressways will enhance connectivity and boost demand for real estate. “The improved connectivity and decongestion will push up the prices of residential properties, generate employment opportunities and usher in a socio-economic transformation of the region,” he said. Basic infrastructure While most of the stakeholders are bullish about Sohna’s emergence as a housing hub, there are others also who suggest caution as the area is still lacking in physical, social and recreational infrastructure. “Roads are good but we need much more to survive and thrive in a city. There is need for schools, colleges, malls, hospitals, and similar recreational spaces. It will take a long time for this area to emerge as a subcity of Gurugram,” Ramesh Menon, the chief executive officer of Certes Realty, said. He said that the supply of housing in Delhi is likely to increase by next year, and this will also impact the growth of peripheral areas. “The private players and Haryana government will have to do lot of work to boost infra in Sohna to ensure its transformation into a city,” Menon said. Officials of DTCP, however, said that work on setting up the infrastructure is being taken up on priority. “The focus is to build required infrastructure in proportion to population growth. We had envisaged that Sohna will develop as a key micro market and this is happening. We will work with all stakeholders to ensure that this town grows into a city,” RS Bhath, district town planner (enforcement), said. Bhath said that large-scale exercises are also being taken to prevent the illegal development of colonies and farmhouses in and around Sohna. “We are going to ensure that sanctity of Sohna master plan is maintained,” he said. Source: Hindustan Times INDIA

Redevelopment of Chandni Chowk to revive its glory as a commercial real estate hotspot

10/14/2021 11:21:00 AM

The emergence of a revamped Chandni Chowk is not only catapulting opportunities for investors, but is also restoring the area’s lost glory as the country's most influential commercial hub. A 400-year-old legacy, Chandni Chowk’s glory as a witness to India’s history and rich cultural heritage is not hidden. Over the years, the heritage city, that encompasses immense commercial value, had remained entangled in overhead wires, dilapidated buildings, broken roads, cluttered walkways, and traffic snarls. Lack of organised commercial spaces had decelerated the growth of businesses and brands in a market with 5-6 lakh daily visitors. But now, the opening up of a newly-redeveloped Chandni Chowk is heralding a new chapter of commercial growth for investors in the heart of India’s capital. A thriving marketplace, Chandni Chowk in its new look is paving way for organised commercial spaces and is finally opening the doors of Asia’s largest retail and wholesale market for commercial real estate investment. Looking at the real estate market from an investment perspective, it is a perfect and rare combination of high returns and low risks for investors. As the economy is advancing from recovery to the growth phase, investors who have a deep understanding of real estate are finding commercial assets a better option to enhance their investors’ portfolios for higher revenue generation and stability. Industry reports too are confirming the heightened sentiments, and are saying that net leasing of commercial spaces has risen 32 percent year-on- year to 4.39 million sq. ft. during the April- June period this year. Advertisement Chandni Chowk is the most preferred destination for shopping and trading in apparel and accessories during weddings and festivals. A 400-year-old legacy, Chandni Chowk’s glory as a witness to India’s history and rich cultural heritage is not hidden. Over the years, the heritage city, that encompasses immense commercial value, had remained entangled in overhead wires, dilapidated buildings, broken roads, cluttered walkways, and traffic snarls. Lack of organised commercial spaces had decelerated the growth of businesses and brands in a market with 5-6 lakh daily visitors. But now, the opening up of a newly-redeveloped Chandni Chowk is heralding a new chapter of commercial growth for investors in the heart of India’s capital. A thriving marketplace, Chandni Chowk in its new look is paving way for organised commercial spaces and is finally opening the doors of Asia’s largest retail and wholesale market for commercial real estate investment. Looking at the real estate market from an investment perspective, it is a perfect and rare combination of high returns and low risks for investors. As the economy is advancing from recovery to the growth phase, investors who have a deep understanding of real estate are finding commercial assets a better option to enhance their investors’ portfolios for higher revenue generation and stability. Industry reports too are confirming the heightened sentiments, and are saying that net leasing of commercial spaces has risen 32 percent year-on- year to 4.39 million sq. ft. during the April- June period this year. The pre-leasing commitments are still intact, and the leasing volumes in Delhi-NCR have increased from 1.9 million sq ft in Q4 2020 to 2 million sq ft in Q1 2021. According to rating agency ICRA, growth in the real estate sector will continue to expand over time. Delhi which has a faithful footfall of customers in the market can put investors in profitable positions looking at maximum ROI. Owing to such promising results, commercial real estate has also become stronger recently. Chandni Chowk is the most preferred destination for shopping and trading in apparel and accessories during weddings and festivals. Besides, it is a huge market for gold and silver, lighting, electric equipment, spices, dry fruits, books, etc. And not to forget the food! Tourists also flock to Delhi for a shopping experience and to feel the old-world charm. The region already enjoys the presence of approx. 50k business units and smooth connectivity aided by Delhi Metro and railway station are further uplifting its commercial value. The Chandni Chowk market is fast getting converted into an organised commercial hotspot. The coming up of next-gen retail/wholesale spaces and shopping malls are expected to cater to 40 lakh serious shoppers monthly in the coming years. Sustainability is another element that is enhancing the commercial value of Chandni Chowk. The increased awareness on maintaining the aesthetics and grandeur of this heritage city has redesigned the approach towards sustainable commercial development. Addressing the traffic woes, rising air pollution levels, and lack of parking facilities, the multilevel parking facility will soon become operational here. This will not only help to make the area strictly a no-vehicle zone but will also hold 2100 + cars to reduce congestion. A next-gen shopping destination is in the offing in Chandni Chowk that has given an opportunity for businesses to serve a loyal shoppers base that has been regularly visiting the area for wedding and jewellery shopping, food, leisure activities, tourism, etc. The destination guarantees high rental yields for investors in commercial properties which will grow stronger over the next quarters. Based on both present and future rental analysis, the price of the property will show greater appreciation and the prospects of a good return and capital preservation and appreciation are also high. Commercial real estate will continue to be in a dominant position as a most sought-after investment option. Amid this, the emergence of a revamped Chandni Chowk is not only catapulting opportunities for investors here, but is also restoring the area’s lost glory as the country’s most influential commercial hub. Source: Financial Express INDIA

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