Money Control
Money Control

Shopping mall owners to build new projects; looking for acquisition despite COVID-19

Shopping mall owners to build new projects; looking for acquisition despite COVID-19
  • 422d
  • 0 views
  • 0 shares

Shopping mall owners are bullish about growth prospects of India's retail sector despite the disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to build new projects as well as look for acquisition to expand their businesses, according to major industry players.

In a panel discussion on retail sector organized by Naredco, senior officials of DLF, Phoenix, Nexus Malls and Virtuous Retail said sales in their shopping malls have picked up significantly during the festive season and it should reach to pre-COVID level in January-March 2021.

Participating in the panel discussion, Pushpa Bector, Executive Director of DLF Retail, said retail sector was disrupted because of the pandemic but now demand is back in shopping malls.

Read more
WION
WION

Defend Chernobyl during an invasion? Why bother, some Ukrainians ask.

Defend Chernobyl during an invasion? Why bother, some Ukrainians ask.
  • 7hr
  • 0 views
  • 0 shares

Ukrainian soldiers, Kalashnikov rifles slung over their shoulders, patrolled through a silent, snowy forest, passing homes so long abandoned that vines twirl through the broken windows.

Read more
Hindustan Times

Ruckus at hotel in MP over stay of interfaith couple

Ruckus at hotel in MP over stay of interfaith couple
  • 7hr
  • 0 views
  • 1 shares

Members of a right-wing organisation allegedly created ruckus at a hotel in Madhya Pradesh's Ujjain district on Friday night after they said a room was rented out to an interfaith couple and the owner was "promoting love jihad", police said on Saturday.

The incident comes days after three members of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad dragged a Muslim man and his Hindu travelling companion out of an Ajmer-bound train, at Ujjain railway station, accusing the former of "love jihad".

Read more

No Internet connection