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Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri on Friday launched digital platforms of real estate bodies CREDAI and NAREDCO to market residential properties, besides releasing a guide book for affordable rental housing scheme for migrants.
The minister launched ‘CREDAI Awaas App’ and NAREDCO’s online portal ‘HousingforAll.com’ through a video conference.
Puri released the knowledge pack of the government’s ‘Affordable Rental Housing Complexes’ (ARHCs) programme, which has been recently launched to provide rental accommodations to migrant and urban poor.
“We have launched these two portals. The idea came recently and we have been able to implement it,” Puri said.
The ARHCs scheme, which has been launched under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Urban (PMAY-U) as part of Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, will help in providing dignified and affordable living spaces for urban migrants/ poor in need, he said.
The ARHCs scheme would also help real estate developers in retaining labour force on their sites, the minister said, adding that rental housing would be beneficial for young people.
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The music video experience on Facebook is available in India, Thailand, and the US. Users in India will be able to watch content from the country’s top music labels T-Series Music, Zee Music Company, and Yash Raj Films, a statement said.
“Over the past year, we have been working with partners in the Indian music industry to build the foundation of a music video experience for our consumers, and are thrilled to launch official music videos on the platform,” Facebook India Director and Head of Partnerships Manish Chopra said.
He added that the company will continue to find opportunities to add more unique social sharing experiences and bring music into the ways people share and connect on Facebook.
Facebook said ‘official music videos’ will “create new social experiences that go beyond just watching the video”.
“On Facebook, you will be able to discover new artists and tracks through social sharing, clicking through to a song from a
Facebook on Friday added licensed music videos to the social network in the US, challenging YouTube for the attention of online audiences.
Facebook said users will be able to “come together” around official music videos, with the promise of premier content from J. Balvin, Karol G, Sebastian Yatra, and other artists.
“With official music videos on Facebook, we’re creating new social experiences that are about more than just watching the video,” music business development vice president Tamara Hrivnak and entertainment vice president Vijaye Raji said in an online post.
“We’ll continue working with our music partners to build unique social experiences and bring music into the ways people connect and share.”
The Facebook “music experience” was already available in India and Thailand, but is making its US debut this weekend, according to Hrivnak and Raji.
The roster of US partners included Sony Music Group, Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, and BMG.
Google-owned video-sharing service YouTube boasts more than 2 billion monthly users, many of those people tuning into music videos.
Subscriptions to YouTube premium content such as music have been climbing, according to recent earnings reports by parent-company Alphabet.
Interest in streamed entertainment has surged during the pandemic, as