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Oct 21, 2013
Mumbai property expo takeaway: No price crash despite weak demandMCHI's property exhibition in Mumbai where 50 developers showcased 2,500 properties across city and its suburbs suggests price will not come down sharply despite weak demand from end-users.
Oct 04, 2013
Good news for home buyers this Diwali: Expect a 15% drop in pricesSome good news is finally in the offing for all potential home buyers this Diwali as this month, property prices are likely to fall by 10-15 percent in metros as developers struggle to sell high unsold inventory.
Sep 30, 2013
Realtors bank on freebies, festival sales but rule out price cutsDevelopers are likely to attract buyers through several discount schemes/gifts with most common being gold coins, cash-back on monthly rentals, customisation, free parking and club facility, zero brokerage, upfront cash discounts among others.
Jul 05, 2013
Elections can't be fair with parties promising freebies in manifestos: SCThe bench, however, concluded that the promises in an manifesto under the present law cannot be declared corrupt practice but has asked the Election Commission to act on it.
Oct 15, 2012
It's raining discounts, freebies this festive season!After months of falling sales owing to higher inflation and interest rates, consumer durables companies and others are hoping to cash in on the people's tendency to spend more on their objects of desire during festival time.
Sep 15, 2011
Tamil Nadu kicks off freebie seasonStarting today, 9.12 lakh laptops will be distributed free to students in Tamil Nadu in the next year. Women are to receive free electric fans, mixies and grinders – "to make them effective participants" in the economy.
May 17, 2011
Gold for girls. Who foots the bill?Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa starts her latest stint with fulfilling poll promises. It might burden the exchequer.
May 11, 2011
Google I/O 2011: 5,000 Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablets Distributed Among AttendeesAttendees at Google's annual developer's conference were in for a big surprise.