Mumbai was the first Indian city to introduce free in-situ housing for slum residents in 1998.

In what appears to be first such move by a state, Maharashtra, which has seen the most aggressive land acquisitions for Special Economic Zones (SEZ), is planning to introduce a SEZ Prevention of La

In a bounty for the real estate industry, the state government is soon expected to double the 0.33 floor-space index (FSI) that is granted to all building projects in the suburbs on payment of a pr

In a pre-emptive bid to beat the state government’s proposed move to approach the Union Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) on the issue of redefinition of a large part of the island city’s

The amount is required to reconstruct a total of 11 lakh slum households in the city as per latest Census figureS.

Mumbai will need Rs 55,000 crore if it has to target each and every slum over the next ten years under the central government’s flagship slum-free cities scheme Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY), according to estimates drawn up by the state government.

The rehabilitation component of the Navi Mumbai Airport project has hit a roadblock as a major portion of the 57 hectares of land, meant to relocate project affected people (PAP), has been classif

The mining scam unfolding in Goa has been throwing up the names of more and more leaders of the Congress and the NCP who have alleged links to the mining business, direct or indirect.

In the run-up to the Commonwealth Games, it took a record three years for Delhi to construct Terminal 3 of Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), which holds the distinction of being one of the world