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Make your house a waterhole!
It’s a case of growth versus greenery in Mysore
The city’s limits are slowly extending up to Nanjangud and it’s goodbye lung space, says R. Krishna Kumar
Property for an investment?
Can realty stocks be an option for investors? Let’s explore, says SRIKALA BHASHYAM
The drama and effect of wall cladding
Wall panelling is a trend that’s adding an excitement to plain white concrete dividers. But how feasible is wood as an aesthetic clad? A look by RANJANI GOVIND
Real estate regulatory body
If you want to buy an insurance policy, you have to purchase the policy from an insurance agent recognised by the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority. If you want to invest in fixed deposits, you have to follow RBI guidelines.
How safe are you?
Home security market is growing at a less frantic pace when compared to security solutions for commercial applications. A look by ANJANA CHANDRAMOULY
Going global, being local
Will competition from architects abroad pose a challenge to local talent, wonders K. SUKUMARAN
Drawbacks of air-conditioning
It happens to be a modern day myth – that once you step inside your swank, gleaming and air-conditioned office, away from the smoke and dust on the streets, you are automatically breathing healthy, unpolluted air. The truth is, ...
The right lamp for this age
Replacing the estimated eight lakh “zero watt” incandescent lamps in use in Kerala with Light Emitting Diode (LED) lamps will amount to setting up a 9.11 MW power plant under the current circumstances, says Georgekutty Karianappally ...
Add versatility to concrete
The advent of chemical admixtures has added a whole new dimension to the process of preparing concrete mixture, making it versatile enough for modern constructions, says T. NANDUKUMAR
Water can really drain a city’s resources
Statistics are often dreaded as dry data. But here are some numbers about something wet: water.
Less than half of all Asians have access to improved sanitation, and the situation in rural areas is less than half that in urban settings. ...
All about the TDR in urban areas
A method to make the process of land acquisition less complicated
Bringing in a character to living
Living in India and enjoying a character that is not particularly Indian. A look at the plush themes and features that make up community and apartment ambience, by RANJANI GOVIND
Procedure for locating a property
Identification of property requires one to scrutinise documents and take the help of officials in the area, says R.L. NARAYANAN
Fighting evil, and frightening visitors
The common pumpkin may find its place outside many buildings, suspended from a rope. Consider what this vegetable goes through, apart from being a watery delight in sambar!
Keeping time with grandfather clocks
Can you buy a grandfather clock these days? Yes, you can, if you have a room large enough for one.
Godrej launches security equipment
Burglaries, thefts and increasing crime rate, of late are making security and surveillance systems a must have. These hi-tech gadgets have become an essential means of keeping a tight vigil over surrounding spaces. And to meet the emerging needs, ...
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