Sarang Wadhawan, vice-chairman and managing director of HDIL says the overall sentiment among investors has improved. He adds that volumes of residential projects is seeing improvement. Money Control, 2 weeks ago
Pent up demand to come into the market in 2015: Sarang Wadhawan - Business Standard, 1 month ago
HDIL up 2%, arm gets nod for affordable housing project - Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago
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If they see the execution happen on the ground, people are looking to come out. We have seen a host of walk-ins happen on our sites. In an interview with ET Now, Sarang Wadhawan, VC & MD, HDIL, talks about the company's performance and shares his business ...Economic Times, 1 month ago
"Our Andheri projects will be completed soon and we expect to achieve realisation of Rs 300 crore," Sarang Wadhawan, Vice Chairman MD, HDIL said.Money Control, 1 month ago
ADANI GROUP GAUTAM ADANI, CHAIRMAN With interests in infrastructure, power, ports, mining, logistics, and agriculture, the Adani Group rarely fails to make headlines. The Group was in the news when it announced its intention to evacuate coal from ...Construction Week Online India, 2 weeks ago
Housing Development and Infrastructure (HDIL), a Mumbai-based property developer has recently re-launched its Kurla project called Premier Exotica at Kurla West. The strategically located project, Premier Exotica, offers affordable 1, 2, 3 and 4 ...Financial Chronicle, 2 weeks ago HDIL announces re-launch of Premier Exotica India Infoline, 1 month ago
Mumbai : Notwithstanding a decline in sales, realty player HDIL posted a 35.5 per cent increase in net profit at Rs 57.86 crore for the quarter ended September 2014, driven by lower expenses and higher other income. The Mumbai-based company's net ...NDTV Profit, 1 month ago HDIL posts 35.5% rise in Q2 net profit at Rs 57.86 crore Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago HDIL posts 35.5 pc rise in Q2 net profit at Rs 57.86 crore Business Standard India, 1 month ago
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI/KOLKATA: There was a time when anyone buying a home was at the mercy of the developer. Delays, shoddy construction, unjustified price increases — all had to be swallowed without protest. That seems to be changing, with at least ...Times of India, 2 months ago
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