Land Invst West Bengal India Opps

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K.N.Singh : Making It Big with Real Estate In the 1960s, Gurgaon was a sleepy, barren village on the outskirts of Delhi, but Singh sensed an opportunity here-he began to buy up large tracts of land in anticipation of Delhi expanding in future. That move paid off and how! Gurgaon is now considered one of the hottest real estate destinations in the country and Singh is universally acknowledged as its creator……..he could even challenge L.N. Mittal's position as the richest Indian on the planet. Source : Business Today (India), Jan 07 issue West Bengal is Poised Today Where Gurgaon was in the 90s Are You Poised….. to be the next KN Singh ?

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Government of India’s decision to relax norms for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in real estate has started yielding results. The liberal FDI regime is likely to increase the supply of built-up area on the country. A large number of foreign developers have shown interest in investing in West Bengal Majority of the FDIs have come from East Asian countries. Besides residential projects, a large number of foreign players are also planning to invest in IT Parks, special economic zone (SEZ) and hospitality sector. SEZ will have all the modern facilities and infrastructure to support manufacturing activities . In the hotel sector too, a number of multinationals have made their presence in the country. A substantial amount of FDI is expected to come in over the next five years. In the biggest-ever foreign direct investment in infrastructure development in the country, the West Bengal government has inked a landmark deal worth a whopping Rs 40,000 crore with the Indonesia based Salim Group. Under the pact, a 100-km expressway linking Kukrahati in East Midnapore district with Raichak in South 24-Parganas, a clutch of ultra-modern housing schemes, malls, bridges and a knowledge-and-health city will come up. Apart from Ascenda, Indonesia based Universal Success Enterprise Ltd has also signed a memorandum with Unitech Ltd for developing IT park in Kolkata.

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Secure Investment + Highest Possible Return Real Estate

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Identify potential land at the right price. Check the title deed andamp; other legal documents to ascertain actual ownership status. Assess political scenario of the particular locality vis-a-vis land encroachment andamp; other problems. Fence the property to establish possession.

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We are C-Quel Infrastructure Consultancy Services We offer you a Seal of Guarantee on your land investments We help you channel your investment in the following ways:- Discover the right land at the right price Assure you a return beyond expectation with virtually zero risk Assure you about the authenticity of the land documents andamp; ownership Fence the land andamp; establish your possession Ensure 'no-encroachment' on your land

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We have a professional team with hands on experience and the right contacts in the right places to get going on your behalf: Mr B.N. Som : Secretary to Govt. of India (retd.) First Asian to be elected Chairman of several world bodies. Awardee of Delhi Govt. for yeoman contribution to Co-operative Housing in Delhi. Responsible for creating andamp; developing large government office complexes and tracts all over India during his tenure in government.Excellent reconition in government Ministries. Mr. A.K.Bose : One of the founder figures of the Indian IT industry.Wide corporate recognition andamp; the pioneering spirit behind setting up and developing several reputed ITcompanies. Mr Sushobhan Sarkar : ex- Multinational banker with over a decade of banking experience and experience of handling high net worth investments. Certified AMFI investment advisor. Ms Nilanjana Bose: Reputed businesswoman with over a decade of handling multi-crore rupee business with the Indian Railways. Ms Nandini Sarkar: Trusted advisor to Fortune 200 andamp; mutinational companies in India in HR andamp; Finance outsourcing services.

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We will identify a piece of land with the potential to offer you an annualized return of 33% or more. We will check all the legal documents pertaining to that land and conduct the due diligence to ensure that the land is free from all kind of encumbrances. We will check the political scenario to assess the possibility of land encroachment. We will ensure that the fencing is properly done even before the land registration as part of our verification to see if anybody has any claim on the land. If the investor wants to sell his land after a few years we will search a prospective buyer for him. We will also ensure that the investor gets a fabulous deal.

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Modalities for Investment: Become an empanelled investor by paying only 0.1% of the investable amount subject to a minimum payment of Rs.1lakh. We will provide him a list of land plots which suits his budgets and requirements along with a report on future potential. We will negotiate on his behalf. If he agrees to the rate we will check all the relevant docs through reputed andamp; experienced legal consultants. We will collect a development plan from the local authority. If we are completely satisfied we will book the land in our company’s name on the basis of the advance payment received from the investor and our company will sign an agreement with the investor. At this stage the investor needs to pay at least 20% of the total consideration. We will start the fencing job once the agreement is made provided the investor is ready to spend for the same.

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Modalities for Investment: Once the fencing job is done the Investor will pay us another 65% of the total consideration and will confirm the date of registration. We will obtain a Registered POA from the landowners. On the date of registration the investor will pay the remaining 15% and we will sign on behalf of the landowners.

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West Bengal is located at the centre of the Eastern Region of India. It is strategically positioned with 3 international frontiers, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan It has direct connectivity with China through the Nathu-La Pass. It has direct connectivity with all important capitals in S.E.Asia andamp; is considered the Gateway of S.E.Asia. It stretches for about 700 Km, from the Bay of Bengal in the South to the mighty Himalayas in the North. West Bengal Area :88752 sq. km Temperature : Summer - 24 degree Celsius to 40 degree Celsius; Winter - 7 degree Celsius to 26 degree Celsius Monsoon : June-September  Rainfall :175 cms (yearly average)

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Expanding Market : 1/10th of India's market is in West Bengal. A vast rural captive market is available in West Bengal with an average spend of Rs.13100 crore on purchase of industrial goods every year and increasing @ 10% p.a.   Literacy :69.22%  Number of colleges : (including Technical Institutions): 345   Number of Engineering College : 37  Number of Management Institutions : 3  Number of Universities : 10 West Bengal is famous in India as a state with very high I.Q. people andamp; Excellent Quality of Human Resources

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Power : West Bengal is a power surplus state. It supplies power to its neighbouring states. It is the only state offering 40% power tariff concession in an ordered scale up to 6-years of production of an industrial unit.   Roads-Highways : National Highways : 1651 Kms State Highways: 3418 Kms State Highways: Road (PWD) 12288 Kms (Zila Parishad): 31064 Kms (Municipal Road): 18632 Kms Railway Network: 3867 Route Kms    Telecom : VSNL has its international gateway and earth station in and around Kolkata. Mobile cellular services and email services are available from a host of operators.   Airports :There are two International Airports at Kolkata and Bagdogra.   Seaports : There are two seaports, Kolkata and Haldia.

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There are 12 Growth Centres for medium and large scale industries, exclusive growth centres for Electronics Industries, Software Technology Park at Salt Lake, Export Processing Industrial Park at Durgapur and Export Processing Zone at Falta.

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 Agro Resources :Principal crops :(Annual production)   Rice - 14319000 tonnes Food-grains - 15734000 tonnes Oil Seeds - 580000 tonnes Jute - 1337000tonnes Potato - 7500000tonnes Tea -180000tonnes Mango - 380000 tonnes Pineapple - 280000 tonnes Banana -335000 tonnes Papaya -220000 tonnes Orange -33000 tonnes Guava -112000 tonnes Litchi -36000v tonnes    Aqua-culture :Fish production - 995000 MT. West Bengal is not only closest to the main source of Indian shrimps but also has the largest share of brackish-water resources for aqua-culture. West Bengal is one of the largest exporters of frozen marine product (fish), which is about 10% of the total exports of lndia.   Floriculture :58,000 MT. The production of flower in the State is increasing.   Mineral Resources :Coal, Iron Ore, Manganese, Silica, Lime Stone, China Clay and Dolomite.

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Kolkata has long been the cultural capital of India. It continues its eminence in the fields of arts, sports and leisure as well : Several fine golf courses and a vibrant turf. The biggest cricket stadium in the world and a larger capacity soccer stadium. The oldest rowing club in the country and a number of social clubs, some dating back to the last century. A host of internationally renowned award winning film makers and fine art exponents. Science City, a Rupees Six Hundred Million high-tech science museum - the second of its kind in Asia. Several modern hospitals and nursing homes in the city providing excellent medicare. The city has a Zoological Garden, Botanical Garden, the National Museum and the National Library for the scientifically and culturally inclined. There are also amusement parks like Nicco Park and Aquatica for the young at heart.

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