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Sunrise Towers
Sunrise Towers, a residential property for 2,3 bhk flats by Surekha Properties, Beliaghata Road, Kolkata
2,3 BHK Flats : Beliaghata Road
New Shrachi Garden
New Shrachi Garden, a residential property for 1,2,3 bhk flats by Shrachi Realty, Dum Dum, Kolkata
1,2,3 BHK flats : Dum Dum.
Diamond City West
Diamond City West, a residential property for 2,3 bhk flats by Diamond Group, Behala
2,3 BHK flats :
Behala
Active Acres
Active Acres, a residential property for 2,3,4 bhk flats by Ruchi Realty Holdings Pvt. Ltd, Sealdah, Kolkata
2,3,4 BHK Flats : Sealdah
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Kolkata is the main business, commercial and financial hub of eastern India and the northeastern states. It is home to the Calcutta Stock Exchange India's second-largest bourse. It is also a major commercial and military port, and the only city in the region to have an international airport. Once India's leading city and Capital, Kolkata experienced a steady economic decline in the years following India's independence due to the prevalent unstabilised political condition and rise in trade-unionism. Between the 1960s to the mid 1990s, flight of capital was enormous as many large factories were closed or downsized and businesses relocated. The lack of capital and resources coupled with a worldwide glut in demand in the city's traditional industries (e.g. jute) added to the depressed state of the city's economy.
The liberalisation of the Indian economy in the 1990s has resulted in the improvement of the city's fortunes. Until recently, flexible production had always been the norm in Kolkata, and the informal sector has comprised more than 40% of the labour force. For example, roadside hawkers generated business worth Rs. 8,772 crore (around 2 billion U.S. dollars) in 2005. State and federal government employees make up a large percentage of the city's workforce. The city has a large unskilled and semi-skilled labour population, along with other blue-collar and knowledge workers. Kolkata's economic revival was led largely by IT services, with the IT sector growing at 70% yearly twice that of the national average. In recent years there has been a surge of investments in the housing infrastructure sector with several new projects coming up in the city. Kolkata is home to many industrial units operated by large Indian corporations with products ranging from electronics to jute. Some notable companies headquartered in Kolkata include ITC Limited, Bata India, Birla Corporation, Coal India Limited, Damodar Valley Corporation, United Bank of India, UCO Bank and Allahabad Bank. Recently, various events like adoption of "Look East" policy by the government of India, opening of the Nathu La Pass in Sikkim as a border trade-route with China and immense interest in the South East Asian countries to enter the Indian market and invest have put Kolkata in an advantageous position.
Project Areas Kolkata
Airport
Baguiati
Ballygunge Place
Batanagar
Behala
Beliaghata Road
Dum Dum
Garia Station Road
Howrah
Howrah Railway Station
Jessore Road
Kalikapur
Kankurgachi
Konnagar
New Town
NS Road
Narendrapur
Park Circus
Parnasree
Rajarhat
Salt Lake
Sealdah
Shantiniketan
Thakurpukur
Tollygunj
V.I.P. Road
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