The US or the UK are doubtlessly closest to the hearts of most Indians hoping to buy property abroad. However, when these are out of reach, Dubai is definitely among the most preferred among realistic property investment destinations for Indians.
While it aims to hold the developers accountable, it also looks to ensure that the allottees do not default in making payments.
In a late realisation, the civic body has accepted that urban planning cannot afford to ignore slums.
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