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Earlier this year, the Indian government cleared the path for 100% FDI via automatic route in the real estate sector. This came as a huge relief to the entire industry that had been grappling with numerous challenges and adjustments since a couple of years

Why Indian Real Estate is Big for Foreign Investors?

Earlier this year, the Indian government cleared the path for 100% FDI via automatic route in the real estate sector. This came as a huge relief ...

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Vikram Kotnis, Founder & Managing Director, Sell.Do

Future of Tech in Real Estate

Vikram Kotnis, Founder & Managing Director, Sell.Do tells about the impact of technology on the real estate sector.

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The concept of a shared office has witnessed unprecedented growth over the last few years and has literally revolutionised the way the world and Indians work. Co-working spaces, as they are better known, are helping people find flexible, productive workspace options.

How the Rise Of Co-Working Space Is Influencing Workplace Designs

The concept of a shared office has witnessed unprecedented growth over the last few years and has literally revolutionised the way the world and ...

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Seems like a hut fallen from the sky and bombarded into the museum, this cottage-sized house in an insecure position on the side of Museum Moderner Kunst (MUMOK)

A House Attack on the Largest Art Museum in Central Vienna, Austria

Seems like a hut fallen from the sky and bombarded into the museum, this cottage-sized house in an insecure position on ...

A 65 meter-long public ‘sofa’ designed by White Arkitekter has now become a cynosure in the Uppsala’s Forumtorget square.

White Arkitekter Transforms a City Square in Sweden with 65-Metre Outdoor ‘Sofa’

A 65 meter-long public ‘sofa’ designed by White Arkitekter has now become a cynosure in the Uppsala’s Forumtorget square...

Ranakpur Jain Temple was built by a local Jain businessman named Dharanashah, somewhere in the 15th century, however, the temple and town of Ranakpur hail its name after the provincial ruler monarch, Rana Kumbha who patronaged both.

The Magnificent Ranakpur Jain Temple With 1444 Unique Pillar Designs

Ranakpur Jain Temple was built by a local Jain businessman named Dharanashah, somewhere in the 15th century, however, th...

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