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Nov 18, 2016
Demonetisation: Signs of deep freeze in Mumbai realty as stamp duty, registrations fall by 35%About 5,300 documents used to come for registration on a daily basis, which has come down to around 3,500 after the announcement
Jun 23, 2014
BMC will cut gas, power to Campa Cola, but the battle is not yet overCampa Cola residents now want part of the illegal construction regularised based on available FSI on the plot, thus reducing the area to be demolished drastically.
Jun 22, 2014
Campa Cola Day 3: Residents still defiant, won't let BMC officers inDespite police complaint against them for obstructing government officials, Campa Cola residents stay defiant, looking for alternatives.
Jun 20, 2014
Campa Cola case: Punishing the victims and sparing the guiltyThe Mumbai municipal authorities are trying to evict residents of the Campa Cola compound, some of whose floors were illegally constructed and ordered by the Supreme Court to be razed. But they are not the guilty parties in this scandal
Apr 01, 2014
For the Mumbai poor: Why Medha Patkar's perseverance might pay offThe depth of support for Medha Patkar is not just from the urban poor in slums. The diverse middle classes, increasingly finding that the state does not function for them, are turning to civil society groups.
Mar 19, 2014
The crooked timber of humanity: Mumbai's real estate marketWhy is the Mumbai real estate market so unreal? With an unsold inventory of Rs 2.5 lakh crore, and prices still not falling? Every Mumbaikar's story is now bound around real estate dreams and nightmares
Jul 01, 2013
This data proves Mumbai is India's most unaffordable real estate marketArray
Feb 13, 2013
Mumbai's residential mkt may finally be in favour of buyersThe year 2012 saw absorption levels drop by more than 50 percent from their heydays in 2007, with three quarters worth of inventory lying unsold, indicating that developers may finally be open to negotiate on prices.
Dec 21, 2012
The slow but steady death of Nariman PointMost buildings in Nariman Point are at least 30 years old and there is absolutely no new supply in the market. These buildings are obsolete for many tenants, especially the newer economy corporates and multinationals
Aug 22, 2012
PIL seeks demolition of under-construction tallest building in MumbaiJanhit Manch, the NGO, has filed a PIL alleging irregularities in the construction of `Palais Royale' in Worli, which would be the tallest building in the metropolis after completion.