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Akhtar feels more embarrassment in store for PCB
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Akhtar feels more embarrassment in store for PCB

IMAGE: Pakistan's Shoaib Akhtar bowls during the 2003 World Cup match against India at Centurion. Photograph: Arko Datta/Reuters Pakistan's former maverick fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar believes that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) could find itself in an embarrassing situation if it is unable to prove the spot-fixing allegations against Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif. Akhtar claimed that he had a feeling that the head of the PCB Anti-Corruption Unit, Colonel (retd) Azam had acted hastily and ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Arko becomes first Indian to enter in Billboard charts

Launched by Mahesh Bhatt in Bollywood film ' Jism 2' as a music composer and lyricist, singer Arko Pravo Mukherjee is now taking the world by storm with his latest single 'Reeva' entering the Billboard Dance Club 50 Charts. Since the start of his career, ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago Indian singer Arko features on Billboard Charts  Prokerala3 weeks ago

Singer Arko to make his international debut soon

Singer and songwriter Arko Pravo Mukherji will release his first international single, titled "Reeva", in April."I will be releasing my first international single early next month. It was shot in Los Angeles in December 2016," Mukherjee said in a ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

'Rising Star' winner to sing for Bhatt's next

After emerging as the winner of the first edition of live voting-led singing TV show "Rising Star", singer Bannet Dosanjh is now set to make his debut as a playback singer with the next project by Mahesh Bhatts home banner, Vishesh Films.Bhatt, who has ...
 Prokerala1 day ago
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Lalit Dalmia launches new collection 'Fad Paradise' at Indian Showcase week

Lalit Dalmia has launched his brand new Collection Name Fad Paradise at Indian Showcase week. The show was opened by singer composer Arko Mukherjee and closing ceremony was done by Mohammed Morani.Designer Lalit Dalmia showcased 24 menswear and 28 women's ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago
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P-notes may take a hit on new tax treaties

Besides higher tax outgo, P-note issuers are worried about operational difficulties With the new tax treaty with Singapore and Mauritius coming into effect from April 1, inflows through participatory notes (P-notes) could see a sharp drop. According to Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) data, nearly 90 per cent of P-note investments are routed through Singapore and Mauritius, with which the Indian government has reworked tax arrangements. According to the changed double taxation ...
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Investing in affordable housing? Don't!

Sops meant to attract end users may not provide enough capital appreciation, says Priya Nair. You may have noticed advertisements from several builders offering affordable homes in the past few months. The implementation of the Prime Minister's December announcement in the Union Budget has suddenly attracted a lot of builders into this segment. And with loans coming at a good 3 to 4 per cent lower than the rack rate of banks, a lot of interest is being generating amid both buyers and ...
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Note ban hit India's diamond biz: De Beers

'We need to see how quickly the industry comes out of the impact of the note ban.' IMAGE: 'We see the diamond demand improving. We forecast an increase in production in 2017 in the range of 31 to 33 million carats,' says Nimesh Patel of De Beers. Photograph: Arko Datta/Reuters De Beers, the world's top diamond-mining group, now 85 per cent owned by Anglo American, has seen a significant improvement in business revenues and profits in 2016. Soon after announcing the De Beers group's results, ...
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Rising inequality can lead to conflict

Democracies avoid serious political turbulence only so long as they ensure that the relative level of inequality between the rich and the poor does not become excessively large, says Vice President M Hamid Ansari. I recall the tablet that was affixed to the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty in the early years of the last century, and that reads: Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuge of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, ...
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Do Muslims really need government upliftment?

While there is no denying that certain sections of the community deserve aid, the politics of reservation can be suicidal for India, argues Vivek Gumaste. IMAGE: Telangana's move to provide 12 per cent reservation to Muslims raises the question if the community is in need of government upliftment. Photograph: Amit Dave/Reuters The 12 per cent reservation for Muslims in educational institutions and employment mooted by Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao is a blatant example of vote ...
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