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May 09, 2016
Govt considering low-cost housing scheme for EPFO subscribersGovernment is working on a scheme to provide low-cost housing for retirement fund body EPFO's over five crore subscribers, Parliament was informed on Monday.
Feb 24, 2015
Budget 2015: Accord infrastructure status to housing finance industryThe government could hasten the development of the nascent low-cost housing industry and specific satellite townships by providing tax incentives, says Edelweiss Housing Finance Limited president Anil Kothuri.
Jan 02, 2015
DDA to launch next housing scheme in December 2016Array
Nov 27, 2014
RBI eases norms for funding low-cost housing projectsThe Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has eased norms to fund low-cost housing by permitting banks to extend loans against long-term infrastructure bonds.<br />
Sep 20, 2014
Time magazine names 28-year-old Indian architect Alok Shetty among 'Leaders of tomorrow'Shetty, working with the Bangalore-based nonprofit Parinaam Foundation, is designing homes for hundreds of slum dwellers whose makeshift houses flood during the heavy rains and become breeding grounds for diseases like malaria.
Jul 10, 2014
With Rs 4000 cr set aside for low-cost housing, Jaitley is at his populist bestJaitley has set aside Rs. 4000 crore for low-cost housing routed through the National Housing Bank, and has extended additional tax incentive on housing loans.
Feb 05, 2014
Hundreds rush to Mantralaya following rumour of housing schemeHundreds of people from Mumbai and adjoining areas have been thronging Mantralaya to submit forms for a low-cost housing scheme.
Sep 23, 2013
Man-animal conflict: Stop testing India’s traditional tolerance for wildlifeConservation takes the tolerance of the rural poor for granted as only 1 out of 8 households gets any compensation for losing crop to wildlife
Jun 25, 2013
RBI eases overseas loan rules for low-cost housingThe Reserve Bank of India has made it easier for property developers to access foreign money in an effort to spur low-cost housing projects, such as slum rehabilitation. The RBI has extended the limit of $1 billion that can be borrowed through the external commercial borrowing (ECB) scheme to the 2014-2015 financial year from this year.
May 02, 2013
14,000 EWS flats lie vacant for 5 years in DelhiFive years ago, the Delhi government completed the construction of 14,000 houses meant for the economically weaker sections of the society. Today, the flats are still empty and show signs of wear and tear without any power or water supply facility in the complex.