Sumadhura Madhuram Multistorey Apartments Area Range 1315 - 2215 sq.ft., Located at Whitefield, Bangalore available with 2BHK Apartments, 3BHK Apartments and 4BHK Apartments.
Sumadhura's Madhuram is located on ECC road, adjacent to Salapuria GR Tech Park, Whitefield, Bangalore. An exclusive gated community, it lies within the vicinity of ITPL, Brigade Tech Park, SAP Labs, Perot Systems, IGate, TESCO, ORACLE, ACCENTURE, etc. Sumadhura's Madhuram offers 158 high end 2,3 & 4 BHK residential apartments ranging from 1315 sft to 2215 sft, spread across eight blocks. Each creatively designed block has a basement, ground and four upper floors. The entire enclave enjoys the security and exclusivity of a gated complex. Conceptualized, designed and built on such a larger than life colourful canvas, every aspect of the project deserves the prefix 'exceptional'. As you embark on deicovering varied attributes of the project, you would undoubtedly agree with us. Come discover the marvel called 'Madhuram'. And the begining of endless sweet moments.
High speed Lift
Multilevel Club House
Backup For Common Area
Kids play area
water bodies with feature wall
Common rest room
Rain water harvesting
sewage treatment plant
Water softening plant
Investment from abroad before economic reforms began in 1991used to just trickle as foreign investors were wary of opportunity in India. But situation changed rapidly and more and more investment started pouring in with new policy in place. As various sectors were opened up gradually the FDI flow started increasing steadily. However, India is far behind China, which attracts around 60 billion dollars annually. But today things have changed and India is becoming a major destination for FDI inflow. India received around 35 billion dollarsin 2008-09 including reinvestments by foreign investors.
The global community wants India to grow and the world takes a benign view of India's growth. Renowned Management guru CK. Prahlad, who died in U.S. recently wanted India to become a manufacturing hub of the World. He was developing manufacturing strategy in collaboration with Planning Commission based on India's core competencies.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development in its latest report on investment released in March 2010 has stated that there would be a significant stagnation in the global investment activity which indicates that hard times are ahead for global capital flows. India seems to be an exception where capital flows are surging resulting in appreciation of Indian rupee and the Union Government has set a target to raise FDI inflow into the country to 50 billion dollars annually by 2012 and raise it further to 75 billion dollars annually by 2014.
Foreign Direct Investment into India is a capital account transaction under the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA). The Governmentand Reserve Bank of India regulate such transactions. While in some of the sectors, Foreign Direct Investment is allowed 100% and in some others, it ranges from 26% to 74%. There are some other sectors considered sensitive and hence are not opened up. There are few sectors like retail where allowing Foreign Direct Investment would help the economy particularly perishable commodities like fruits and vegetables in which annual loss is put at Rs. 30,000 to 40,000 crore.
But there is stiff opposition to opening up retail sector assome fear that it would be a threat to kirana shops. Nearly 90% of retail trade is by small traders and shopkeepers in the country. But experience of the developed world shows that retail chains and small shops can co-exist side by side as in United States and other developed countries.
Therefore, there is need for further opening up and allowing of more sectors for foreign direct investment save some sectors which are securitive in nature and that there is a need for further simplification and consolidation of the FDI policy framework, so as to make it more comprehensible to all investors and stakeholders. Accordingly, the Government recently announced a consolidated FDI policy framework which would ensure that all information of FDI policy is available at one place. While consolidating the FDI policy documents, Government has ensured that overlapping policy statements, redundant instructions and outlived policy issues were weeded out. This consolidationprovides simplification of the FDI policy, greater clarity of investment rulesand predictability of policy.