Punjab govt gives nod for regularisation of unauthorised colonies

By Accommodation Times Bureau CHANDIGARH With a view to curbing the growth of unplanned and haphazard constructions across the state, the Cabinet on Monday cleared a policy for regularization of unauthorized colonies and plots/buildings falling in unauthorized colonies, official spokespersons said. The policy covers colonies developed before March 19, 2018, according to an

Marketing trends, strategies and future of marketing

By Dhaval Ajmera – Director, Ajmera Group The last decade has seen marketing surface as a key component in the advertising and branding of an organisation. Apart from uplifting the brand image and being the winning formula to generate more B2B Leads, marketing also helps organisations reach their target audience which, in turn,

Govt to soon come up with National Logistics Policy

By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI The Commerce and Industry minister on Monday said, expenditure on investment in logistics, including infrastructure, will touch USD 500 billion, annually, by 2025. He further said that this will create millions of jobs and also do away with the hurdles hampering India’s internal and global trade. The

HC dismisses challenge of pvt firm on BDD Chawl Redevelopment

By Accommodation Times Bureau ACC India Pvt Ltd recently had filed a petition against Tata Projects Limited wherein it challenged the validity of an Rs 11,000 crore redevelopment project while hearing the plea on Monday, Bombay High Court dismissed the petition, The petitioner has unsuccessfully proven the allegation in any illegality

RWAs and NGOs to be roped in to maintaining parks: Delhi Govt

By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI The Delhi Government has expressed its inability to maintain all the 18,000 parks in the national capital. It further stated that it is mulling a scheme, where the government will take the assistance of residents’ welfare associations (RWA) and non-governmental mental organizations, to maintain the city

Govt pulled up by parliamentary panel over loose implementations of flagship programmes

By Accommodation Times Bureau NEW DELHI The government of India has been recently pulled up by a parliamentary panel over loose implementations of flagship programmes, which includes ambitious schemes such as PMAY- Urban and the Swachh Bharat Mission. The panel has asked the government to act fast and address the issues. A clear-cut