Economic Survey 2019 says airports, monuments, trains, roads could be named after highest taxpayers over decade
To improve tax compliance, the Economic Survey 2018-19 on Thursday suggested that the government could consider giving top-10 taxpayers in each district recognition by way of "diplomatic"-type privileges at the immigration counter, express boarding at airports, and even naming of roads, buildings and schools
GST on houses: Nine months after rollout, confusion reigns supreme resulting in buyers feeling cheated
Contrary to ill-informed or deliberate propaganda, there's no escaping GST for those stepping in when a flat is ready.
Madras HC directs Tamil Nadu govt to repair old buildings, two days after 8 died in Nagapattinam collapse
Two days after the collapse of a portion of a building housing a state-run bus depot killed eight staffers, the Madras High Court on Monday directed authorities to inspect old government buildings in Tamil Nadu and carry out repair.
Mogadishu blasts: Death toll reaches 231; more than 275 injured in most powerful bomb blast in Somalia
The death toll from the most powerful bomb blast witnessed in Somalia's capital rose to 231 with more than 275 injured, making it the deadliest single attack ever in this Horn of Africa nation, said a senator
Hundreds of people on the eastern Greek island of Kos have spent the night sleeping outdoors after a powerful earthquake killed two tourists and injured nearly 500 others across the Aegean Sea region in Greece and Turkey
Scientists can print tools and buildings using dust on Moon or Mars using a new 3D-printing technology
Scientists have developed a new 3D-printing technique that can be used to create everything from small tools to large buildings with dust from the Moon or Mars.
GenNext Ventures has announced an agreement to bring Ecorithm's "cutting-edge" software technologies to buildings in India.
Major earthquakes on April 25 and May 12 killed at least 8,622 people and damaged 756,000 houses and buildings in Nepal.
In the aftermath of recent terror attacks in Paris and other parts of the world, the US has announced to step up security measures at its major airports, government buildings, installations and big cities.
The apex court said that buildings built on disputed forest land couldn't be demolished after a significant delay.
Is the realty market crumbling brick by brick? If recent indications are anything to go by, that may just be the case.