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India Office Boom Turns Glut With Vacancies: Real Estate

KENNEDY Associated Press Two married dentists were convicted Monday of killing their 14-year-old daughter and the family's housekeeper in a sensational case that has transfixed India since the girl was found with her throat slit in 2008. Rajesh and Nupur Talwar, from the New Delhi suburb of Noida, will be sentenced Tuesday. They could face the death penalty. In a statement, they said they were "hurt and anguished" by the verdict and would appeal. The double-murder in a suburban pocket of the capital became one of the most closely-watched whodunits in recent memory in India. "Everybody turned against us," Vandana Talwar, a family member, told reporters, blaming the media, police and the court following a case that has lasted more than five years. "We have only the truth on our side." There were missteps in the investigation from the start.
Read more: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/indian-couple-convicted-killing-daughter-maid-21001148

That's a huge increase within a short period of time. As such, the time has also come for retailers to accept this form of virtual currency for payment of products and services. Furthermore, progress can also be made in India specifically for Bitcoin acceptance and usage. Traditional businesses will most likely shy away from Bitcoins, as many still don't main page even have credit or debit cards, and these are businesses not located in high-end http://eduardogrcx.wordpress.com/2013/11/03/myla-sinanaj-is-going-under-the-knife-to-look-like-kim-kardashian-video/ shopping malls. Obviously, with Bitcoins being a virtual currency with high value, they would have to be accepted by online retailers in India.
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Read more: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/india-can-learn-from-japan-and-china-reforms-2013-11-26

Gallup According to Gallup's Jan Sonnenschein , the "massive increase in suffering among South Asians is largely attributable to negative developments in India, the region's giant," where "average suffering in India more than doubled between 2006 to 2008 and 2010 to 2012." In 2012, a full 25% of India's 1.2 billion population rated their lives poorly enough to be considered suffering by Gallup. Between 2006 and 2008 that figure was 10%. What's behind this mass descent into suffering? The obvious answer, of course, is the economy. India may have been the "I" in the BRICS devised by Goldman's Jim O'Neil but O'Neil has admitted the country has been the biggest disappointment amongst its peers. The country's economic growth is at an growth at a ten-year low , the rupee down over 12% year-to-date against the dollar, and corporate profits are collapsing. The Gallup data is a stark reminder that India's economic policies seriously reflect the lives of millions of people India's surging food prices are epitomized by a mind-blowing 245% annual rise in onion prices and they badly need reforming.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/why-suffering-in-india-more-than-doubled-in-recent-years-2013-11

Although the firm will look to sell a stake in its renewable business at some point, it has no timeline for this, Shah said. The move could take the form of an initial public offering - although current market conditions are unfavourable - or a sale to a private investor, he added. Tata operates about 400 MW of wind projects and 30 MW of solar. Shah said he hoped to buy more projects as soon as this fiscal year, which ends in March, and is evaluating projects worth a total of 370 MW for possible purchase. India has targeted doubling its renewable energy capacity to 55,000 MW by 2017, from nearly 27,000 at the start of this year. Renewables contribute about 12.5 percent of India's energy, the 2012/13 report by the New and Renewable Energy Ministry shows. Hurdles remain for the likes of Tata, Shah said.
Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/26/india-tatapower-renewables-idUSL4N0JA2HB20131126?type=companyNews&feedType=RSS

DLF Ltd. (DLFU) , Indias biggest publicly listed builder, is holding off building new office towers until it sees a recovery in demand, Ashok Tyagi, group chief financial officer of the Mumbai-based company, said on a conference call with analysts on Oct. 31. The uptake of leasing is slow, Tyagi said on the call. We have enough capacity for the next 18 to 24 months, if not longer. We have land for further construction, but we need to see how demand shapes up. DLF shares have declined 36 percent this year compared with the 39 percent drop by the CNX Realty [read] Index, which tracks 10 real estate companies.
Read more: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-11-25/india-office-boom-turns-glut-with-vacancies-real-estate.html