A functional winery, a luxury spa and a boutique hotel. Delhi-based industrialist Analjit Singh's latest acquisitions in Franschhoek reveals something special. On a misty, cold and wet day in August, Analjit Singh, founder and chairman of The ... Wine.co.za, 2 weeks ago
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While telecom operators seem to be well placed to enter the payments bank business both operationally and strategically, the business by itself will not significantly augment the topline of telcos. Even five years after launch, the contribution of ...Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
Max India's Q2FY15 Consolidated Operating Revenue Increases 15% to Rs 2483 Cr, PBT up 26% to Rs 117 Cr
Financial Highlights Max India's Q2FY15 EBITDA up 21% at Rs 184 Cr Max India proposes a dividend of 200% amounting to Rs 107 Cr Max Life's Individual new business premium (APE) for Q2 grows 5% to Rs. 436 Cr, in line with the private ...Businessworld India, 1 month ago
ANDREA and Chris Mullineux have enjoyed a meteoric rise in the world of Cape wine. Twelve years ago, while still completing his undergraduate studies, Chris began working at Tulbagh Mountain Vineyards, planting the vines and establishing the ...BDlive, 1 month ago
Life Healthcare Completes its Stake Equalization in Max Healthcare at an Enterprise Value of Rs 3650 Cr
LHC pays Rs. 766 Cr in an all cash deal at Rs 67.50 per share MHC valued at industry leading multiple of 32 times FY14 EBITDA translating to an Equity Value of Rs. 2,884 Cr Stake equalisation is in line with original joint venture agreement ...Businessworld India, 1 month ago Honble Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare, Dr. Harsh Vardhan flags off Max Bupa Walk for Health in Delhi APN News, 1 month ago
Illustration by Ajit Ninan graphicspeak India's telecom history, mapped via the many scams and controversies 1995 India's mobile telephone story begins, 19 years ago. And Outlook takes wing that same autumn, and over the ...Outlook India, 1 month ago
If Ranbaxy had to survive, it would have to grow abroad, induct professionals and invest in research, notes Bhupesh Bhandari Ranbaxy tasted success for the first time in the 1960s with its tranquiliser, Calmpose. The drug, diazepam, was owned by Roche but it hadn’t sought patent protection for it in India. Bhai Mohan Singh, who ran Ranbaxy at that time, located a drug maker in the Soviet Bloc which agreed to supply him as much diazepam as he wanted. Calmpose went on to become ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago 40 Years Ago... And now: Ranbaxy grew with liberal regimes, moving out of family control Business Standard India, 1 month ago
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