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TV9 Network launches ‘Building a New India’ in association with Orient Bell

The programme hosts a series of conversations with policy makers and real-estate players to capture their views on a future-ready India

TV9 Network in association with Orient Bell had launched ‘Building a New India’, a programme on how the real estate sector’s aspirations are aligned with the vision for New India.

The network hosted a series of conversations across India, bringing together experts, including those from the real estate sector and renowned policymakers, on a panel. The panels will largely focus on topics catering to housing, retail, hospitality, and commercial.

The programme started airing on TV9 Bharatvarsh from December 5, 2021.

Raktim Das, Chief Growth Officer, TV9 Network, said, “With things getting back to normal, the realty sector is gradually progressing with a growth cycle that will see better infra-affordability in the country. Our platform ‘Building a New India’ perfectly captures the stance of the Indian economy with key opinion leaders putting forward an expert point of view that will define the realty industry in the next few years.”

Madhur Daga, MD, Orient Bell Tiles, said, “New India is becoming a Smart India through adoption of technology in the real estate sector and Orient Bell Tiles is aligned with the vision of a new and smart India’’

The culmination event of the series was hosted at Hotel Oberoi, Delhi on December 11, 2021 which had speakers such as Balvinder Kumar, Member, UPRERA; Manoj Gaur, CMD, Gaursons; Nayan Raheja, Director, Raheja Developers; Kavi Jain, Architect, Nirman and Ashish Agarwal, Director, Aditya Builders.

The discussion on the topic of Housing for New India - Is Policy, Builder and Homeowner on the same page, revolved around tech transformation, policy push and capital infusion bringing a thorough perspective around investment in realty.

The program aired on TV9 Bharatvarsh on Sunday, December 19, at 11.30 am and was also streamed live on its Facebook page at 3.30 pm.

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