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Saturday, February 11, 2006
Property Plus Hyderabad
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Fire ire: keep the tools ready
Up goes cement price too
Spurt in demand in the city has wiped clean the excess supply. A price hike is lurking in the corner
Summer? No sweat
Air conditioners are available to fit in every room size, that too on easy instalment schemes. Feel like humming just chill chill, just... ?
Right balance of yin and yang
They are the female and male versions of energy, according to feng shui.
Fire safety... at what cost?
Government has tightened the safety norms. Now, one requires more land to construct a building. Prices can go only one way. Up.
Q & A
Hitting `rock' bottom
We recently started construction work for my home at Jeedimetla. While digging for the basement, we encountered rocky area in the early layers and stopped the work for expert advice. Do we need to chip away the entire rocky area that falls in ...
Freshness sans fresheners
Since the doors and windows remain closed for long hours in the night, odours build up in the interiors and one often encounters a stale scent in the kitchen and bathrooms. How to drive them out and have a fresh feel? Though there are several ...
Rs. 2.25 to Rs. 2.50 per piece, if lightweight. Hollow bricks made of cement powder cost less and are used by some builders.
Imported typewriter portable manual `Olivette' (Rs.900), 10-year-old iron almirah full size with mirror and locker (Rs. 2,500), 50 different National Geographic Magazines (Rs. 350) and Exercise cycle `Tunturi' made in Finland (Rs.1,300). Contact ...
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