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The real estate market in most parts of the country has remained sluggish over the past few years owing to demonetization and other reforms by the Government. But real estate in Hyderabad has remained a hot spot for property investors at all times, irrespective of the downtrends in the rest of the country. The positive outlook of the Government of Telangana in terms of elevated IT corridors, aggressive infrastructure development, strategic road networks, metro rail, etc., has helped the city to keep up with its sustained growth rate.
The Pearl City of India ranks high at the livability chart with its world-class amenities and ample employment opportunities. Hyderabad is also one of the fastest IT and the ITES hubs in the country that houses the top fortune 500 companies. This has, in turn, fueled the real estate growth in and around the city. The city is one of the hottest spots for real estate investment in the country and faces high demands among home buyers and investors to buy a property in Hyderabad.
Current property trends in Hyderabad:
Many people look for a house for sale in Secunderabad,Narsingi, Kukatpally, Kondapur and other pockets that attract the maximum buyer inquiries during the recent few years. These suburbs in Hyderabad are the hot housing spots with more than 56.5% inquiries made regarding the availability of houses. It has also been found that the 3BHK apartments are in high demand in Hyderabad compared with 2 BHK and 4BHK categories. Also, there is an excellent demand for upper mid-level projects in the city. Properties that are in the price range of Rs. 71-80 lakhs are browsed up to 20 times higher than projects that are in the price value of 30-40 lakhs.
The best destinations for property investments in Hyderabad:
Buying an investment property is one of our country’s most favorite ways to invest. An investment property not only increased one’s wealth but also helps in securing one’s financial future. Some of the top destinations to look for properties in Hyderabad are as follows,
Secunderabad is one of the hottest destinations in Hyderabad that is filled with luxurious villas, houses, and apartments. It is the prime location in the city and houses a major railwayjunction and bus stand. Thousands of commuters travel across Secunderabad to reach their place of work and study. Buying a property here is not easy and could be highly expensive. People look for a house for sale in Secunderabad as their long term investment or to enjoy a high return on investment through rents. Investors show tremendous interest in booking commercial properties in Secunderabad more than residential plots.
2. Rajendra Nagar:
This is at a prime locality in Hyderabad and features a significant uptrend in the demand for residential spaces in the past few years. This place has many advantages such as, advancements in transportation, connectivity, superior infrastructure and security facilities which attract investors to invest in its diverse properties. It is very close to the Secunderabad railway station and the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. Rajendra Nagar is connected with some of the business districts in Hyderabad such as Banjara Hills, Begumpet, Hitech city, etc
Investors looking for villas in Hyderabad choose Nacharam as their destination. This is considered a high investment zone in the city and is known for its excellent infrastructure, reputed schools and hospitals and other amenities such as shopping malls, hotels, banks, etc. This place is urbanizing at a rapid pace and properties here are priced lower as it is about 60 km from Hyderabad. But this is the hot investment destination for real estate investors owing to a range of low- priced investment options
This place is also referred to as the real estate gem of Hyderabad. Though it is on the outskirts of the city, it is transforming from a suburban district to a thriving destination at a fast rate. It is the new educational, industrial and residential center in the city and is known pretty well among the NRI investors of the country. Though this place lies in the affordable investment segment at present, it has excellent potential for world-class housing. Its social and connectivity infrastructure is also developing at a fast rate.
This place, also known as the green belt of the city is the best destination to book villas in Hyderabad. IT is just 11 km from the HITEC city and is the land for world-class educational institutions, health care centers, recreational zones, and resorts. As this place is close to Cyderabad and is easily accessible to other districts of Hyderabad, many NRIs consider this is a risk-free venue for residential investments.
Some investment tips for prospective investors:
Investing in residential or commercial property has grown to be India’s preferred and favorite ways to invest. A property should always focus on increasing one’s wealth and in securing one’s financial future. But this is possible only when one manages their investment effectively by the following ways and channelize the same in the right way to achieve their financial goals.
- It is important to choose the right property at the right price
- It is important to keep a watch on one’s cash flow
- It is mandatory to choose a property from an efficient property manager
- Investors should understand the market thoroughly and buy houses, apartments or villas in Hyderabad from trusted parties
- It is good to check the age and the condition of the property thoroughly before making an investment.
- Before investing in a property it is mandatory to foresee its long term view and manage the risks accordingly.
There are abundant and ample residential units available in Hyderabad and Secunderabad to meet the housing needs of its existent and immigrant population. But finding the right property at the right place is the challenge in choosing the ideal investment. This is where housing.com helps investors in choosing the best property at different locations of Hyderabad. It is possible to pick Hyderabad properties at housing.com according to one’s budget and investment portfolio.
Every child who grew up in the 90s and the early 00s has certainly grown up around Tom and Jerry, the adorable, infamous cat-chases-mouse cartoon. The idea of naughtiness and playing mischief had the standards that this particular series set for children and defined how much wreckage was funny enough.
The show's creators, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera initially named their characters Jasper and Jinx. They did not plan for the fame that Tom and Jerry brought them when they released a movie by the name of "Puss Gets the Boot". This movie featured a certain cat and mouse who were a notorious pair, named Jasper and Jinx. When the movie became a hit, the names of the characters were changed and the show shot to fame.
Tom and Jerry became a go-to cartoon for children in the early 00s, and it was one of those shows with a firm foundation, that had already been in the running for decades. The original template had been planned nearly 80 years ago, and the makers did not change it. The music that was played in the many episodes, made a breakthrough in its own way. It is the most easily recognizable melody with utterly nostalgic associations.
Today, Tom and Jerry is still a household name in homes where children love cartoons Image credit: wikimedia commons
A set of supporting characters were defined for the show, to occasionally take the focus off the original pair. There was a large, black woman named Mammy Two Shoes and a bulldog who took Jerry's side. Mammy Two Shoes was discontinued because her character portrayed racist tendencies. A tall white woman replaced her, who was kinder and loved mice. Either of the women's faces was never revealed.
Today, Tom and Jerry is still a household name in homes where children love cartoons. There are a host of other shows besides this that aim to replicate the same aspects of the cartoon but do not come close at all. Despite the immense amount of violence in the show, it is a beloved pastime of parents and children alike.
Keywords: Tom and Jerry, Cartoon, Hanna and Barbera, Television
One of India's leading private museums, the Museum of Art & Photography (MAP) Bengaluru, has released new primary research conducted by the ReReeti Foundation, on audience behaviour in India's cultural sector. While more than half of the respondents thought the arts and culture are essential, they rarely manage to make time for it. The majority (60.6 per cent), mostly young people under 30, felt Indian museums could present more engaging content, and most perceived culture as anthropological/ sociological. Of the diverse categories included, music emerged as the most popular cultural activity.
The report is based on a survey of 500 people, which included school and college students, professionals across sectors, homemakers and senior citizens. The first initiative of its kind in the cultural space, the report shares valuable insights into the behaviour and expectations of Indian audiences engaging with a broad range of cultural activities. As part of MAP's mission to foster meaningful connections between communities and the cultural sector globally, which includes its innovative digital programme Museums Without Borders, the report shares a wealth of insights that can help museums across the country understand their audiences better. As much as 60.6 per cent said Indian museums are not experimental enough, and can do more to create engaging content that is also relevant to surrounding communities.As much as 60.6 per cent said Indian museums are not experimental enough, and can do more to create engaging content that is also relevant to surrounding communities.
As much as 60.6 per cent said Indian museums are not experimental enough, and can do more to create engaging content that is also relevant to surrounding communities. | Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash
Speaking on the recent report, Kamini Sawhney, Director, Museum of Art & Photography (MAP), said, "MAP is focused on changing the notion of a museum in India, by enabling more relevant and inclusive programming, both online and in our space in Bengaluru. The audience research commissioned by MAP, and conducted by the ReReeti Foundation, provides valuable, and actionable insights which we hope will help museums across the country better understand their consumer base, improve decision making and deepen social impact." As much as 62.3 per cent college students and 47.6 per cent professionals/homemakers perceive culture as anthropological and sociological. Music was the most popular cultural event likely to be attended, followed by heritage tours and plays/comedy shows for Indian audiences.
Over 70 per cent of college students visit museums with family and friends; working professionals, homemakers and senior citizens also predominantly visit with groups/ spouses (indicating a need to focus on increased group programming/facilitation). As much as 68 per cent of people were optimistic about going outdoors for activities and events in 2021. As much as 60.6 per cent said Indian museums are not experimental enough, and can do more to create engaging content that is also relevant to surrounding communities.(IANS/MBI)
Keywords: Art, Culture, India, Museum, Music
What is the best way to save Goa from deforestation?
Drinking feni, may well be the answer, says the secretary of the Goa Cashew Feni Distillers and Bottlers Association Hansel Vaz, who on Thursday said, that sipping the state's unique alcoholic drink and making it popular would directly aid the greening of Goa's hills and other barren landscapes.
"To get more cashews, we need to plant more trees. I always say, by drinking feni you will save Goa, because we will be planting more cashew trees and we will have greener hills. The beauty of cashew is you do not need fertile land. You can grow it on a hill which can provide no nutrition. We will be able to grow more trees, if we can sell feni properly," Vaz said. Vaz's comments come at a time when the hillsides of the coastal state have witnessed significant deforestation for real estate development and for infrastructure projects. Feni is manufactured by fermenting and double distilling juice from the cashew apple.
Best way to keep Goa green is to grab yourself a glass of feni. | IANS
Addressing a press conference in Panaji, Vaz also said that the promotion of feni was also in sync with the Prime Minister's vision for India to go "vocal for local". "There is no conglomerate, multinational company owning the drink. So every time we sell feni, it is a direct cash injection into Goa. If you sell a feni cocktail in Calangute (a popular beach village), it makes a direct impact in Valpoi and Bicholim, because this money is going down there," the Association official said at a press conference in Panaji.
The Association held the media briefing to announce a road map ahead for the feni industry, especially vis a vis streamlining aspects related to production, standardisation and marketing of the brew to make it popular in other Indian states and abroad.
The efforts to streamline the state "heritage drink" comes a month after the Goa government notified a formal policy, 'Goa Feni Policy 2021', which covers 26 different varieties of feni distilled in the state. "There were many barriers related to feni, which the policy has now addressed," treasurer of the Association Tukaram Haldankar said. One such hurdle was the previous government classification, which described feni as "country liquor", which would deter tourists from purchasing the drink. The reclassification of feni as a state "heritage drink" has lent dignity to the brew which has been manufactured locally in Goa since the 16th century.
But there is more the government can do, along with the state's traditional distillers and manufacturers to promote feni, Haldankar said. | Photo by Ishvani Hans on Unsplash
But there is more the government can do, along with the state's traditional distillers and manufacturers to promote feni, Haldankar said. "We request the government to allow the sale of feni in duty free stores in airports and cruise liner terminals. The government should also support us through the department of Tourism, so that feni can be promoted in its programmes. iIf you go to Scotland, they promote Scotch. Goa should promote its feni to Goa," Haldankar said, adding that traditional distillers should also be given subsidies and other measures should be taken to standardise feni, which he said, "would require further subsidies and financial assistance from the government".
"It should be a standard product like scotch, champagne," Haldankar said. "Like Mexico's tequila, Russian vodka and Japan's sake, we need to export our feni across the country and the world and the local distillers should also benefit economically," president of the Association Gurudutt Bhakta also said. (IANS/ MBI)
Keywords: deforestation,cashew,distillers,association,government, goa, feni, India