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Master Plan Delhi ‘A Starting Point’

The panel discussion on Master Plan Delhi 2021, held in the Capital April 3, focused on planning, developmental issues and functional approach towards creating the vision of Delhi as an international city. Dinesh Rai, Vice-Chairman of DDA, said “the Master Plan 2021 for the city of Delhi is a starting point for developing a specific vision for the future of Delhi”. The panelists suggested that the Master Plan should focus on moving towards the hi-tech era by providing more facilities to the community as a whole, be it working women, students, service sector or elderly people. The Plan, they added, must be projected on the basis of the assessment of basic needs, while maintaining and preserving the cultural ethos of the city. Among the panelists were Kartikeya Bharat Ram, Vice Chairman, CII Delhi State Council; Adesh Gupta, Chairman, CII (Northern Region); Shekhar Gupta, Editor-in-Chief, The Indian Express; Arun Bharat Ram, former President of CII and Chairman, SRF Ltd; Harpal Singh, Chairman, Fortis Healthcare Ltd; Suhel Seth, Managing Partner, Counselage India; Vikram Bakshi, Joint Venture & Managing Director, McDonald’s India (North & East); William Bissell, Managing Director, Fabindia Overseas Pvt Ltd; Shyam Divan, Senior Advocate; Ranjit Sabikhi, architect and Pankaj Vir Gupta, Partner, vir.mueller architects.

ICCI Fosters Business Ties With Singapore

AFICCI business delegation visited Singapore from April 2 to 4, 2007 to facilitate and promote business interests in real estate and urban infrastructure between India and that country. The three-day stay was divided in three separate programmes. An Interactive Meet was organized by FICCI with the support of International Enterprise, Singapore. Next, site visits were arranged to highlight the residential and commercial development done by Capitaland, one of Singapore’s leading development firms. Finally, there was a conference on “Investment Opportunities in Indian Real Estate and Infrastructure” organized by International Quality and Productivity Centre (IQPC). FICCI ,a strategic partner at this conference, made a presentation on India’s growth trajectory and key drivers of the real estate market, establishing the strategic geographical and economic links that exist between Singapore and India. Key emerging sectors such as special economic zones and tier-II cities had dedicated sessions in the conference. The channels for investing in Indian realty were discussed under the purview of the revised Foreign Direct Investment Policy. The challenges and pitfalls in the Indian realty market were also discussed. Kekoo Colah, Executive Director, of Knight Frank ,India , delivered a speech at the Interactive Meet which highlighted India emerging as the most favoured destination for international retail expansion. One-to-one business meetings between the Indian and Singaporean firms followed. These two occasions offered high level networking and interactions with key investors, fund managers, developers and service providers from Singapore and other countries interested in investing in Indian real estate and urban infrastructure sectors.

Handicrafts Shine In ‘Home & Beyond’

An exclusive B2B show “Home & Beyond,” organized by the Indian Exposition Mart Ltd, was flagged off at the India Expo Centre and Mart in Greater Noida Expressway. It lasted from April 15 to 18. The event was inaugurated by Sanjay Agarwal, D.C. Handicraft, Government of India. The theme-based event showcased an entire gamut of products used in homes and projected the Indian handicraft industry and its multiple usages to the vast consumer base. The exhibitors included 900 permanent showrooms in the India Expo Mart and 95 directly participating companies.

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