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NSE Nifty Expected to Remain in 10750 - 11100 range: Epic Research

NSE Nifty Expected to Remain in 10750 - 11100 range: Epic Research

Indian markets have witnessed slight pullback over the last few trading sessions and mid-cap stocks have gained momentum. Markets are expected to remain range-bound in the next couple of weeks.

Expensive Apartments in India: Tardeo in Mumbai Leads the pack

Expensive Apartments in India: Tardeo in Mumbai Leads the pack

Indian Real estate sector in major cities has witnessed decline in inventory levels and prices have started firming up.

Indian Stock Market Outlook by Epic Research

Indian Stock Market Outlook by Epic Research

Nifty slips below 10900 as selling pressure intensified amid negative global cues and domestic concerns.

Sell on Rise: Indian Stocks Outlook by Epic Research

Sell on Rise: Indian Stocks Outlook by Epic Research

Nifty slips and shaved most of the previous week's gain on the first trading day of the week. The negative global cues and selling pressure at higher levels marked the previous upswing as a probable retest of resistance post breakdown and hence the downward momentum continued.

New Luxury Housing Supply Triples in 2 Years Since Currency Demonetisation

New Luxury Housing Supply Triples in 2 Years Since Currency Demonetisation

Along with the resale homes market, luxury housing took the hardest hit after demonetization. The Government’s continued focus on affordable housing coupled with the surgical strike on high-value currency denominations in November 2016 took the sheen off luxury housing for two years in a row. As a result, developers restricted new supply in the luxury category across the top 7 cities.

However, ANAROCK's most recent research indicates that while the affordable and mid-segment housing sectors continued to dominate the overall supply in H1 2019, luxury and ultra-luxury housing also saw a resurgence.

New chief for Western Naval Command

 New chief for Western Naval CommandMumbai, Apr 30 : Vice Admiral Sanjeev Bhasin on Thursday took over as the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Western Naval Command from Vice Admiral Jagjit Singh Bedi.

Bedi retired on Thursday after serving 40 years in the navy.

An alumnus of the National Defence Academy, Vice Admiral Bhasin was commissioned into the executive branch of the Indian Navy in January 1972 and obtained expertise in navigation and aircraft direction.

He has served as the commanding officer of the INS Khukri, INS Mumbai and INS Ranjit.

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