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Laxmi Mittal trust which funded India's star athletes shuts down

MCT's closure is likely to prove a huge setback for Indian athletes, who are set to take part in the Commonwealth and Asian Games later this year. The Mittal Champions Trust (MCT), which funded several of the country's top athletes, has shut shop. Indian Express, 1 month ago
NDTV

Ronjan Sodhi to be supported by Anglian Medal Hunt following closure of Mittal Trust

Author : Ronjan Sodhi Sports management firm Anglian Medal Hunt Company has decided to take up the mantle of providing support to ace shooter and world champion Ronjan Sodhi, after the abrupt closure of Mittal Champions Trust (MCT). reports that ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Ronjan Sodhi to be managed by new sports firm after closure of Mittal Champions Trust  NDTV1 month ago Sodhi signs up with AMHC after MTC pack up  Deccan Herald1 month ago Anglian to support Ronjan Sodhi after MCT closure  Times of India1 month ago
Business Standard India

Mahindra, Mittal only Indians to make it to Fortune Magazine's greatest leaders list

Washington, Mar. 25 (ANI): Two Indian industrialists have reportedly made it to the coveted World's 50 greatest leaders list compiled by Fortune Magazine. Industrialists Anand Mahindra, who chairs Mahindra and Mahindra, and Laxmi Mittal, CEO ...
 TruthDive3 weeks ago Mahindra, Mittal only Indians among World's 50 greatest leaders: Fortune  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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MF Husain's last 9 paintings to be exhibited in London

The last nine paintings that MF Husain made will be displayed at London's Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) at a month-long show starting May 28. These are a series on India, the variety of its culture and civilisation that the acclaimed artist had ...
 DNA India1 day ago

Victim dies at GMCH-32

Chandigarh, April 12 Twenty-three-year old civil services aspirant died after a recklessly driven Skoda car hit her scooter on Friday evening at Sector 49. The girl, a resident of Mohali, Phase X, was returning home from her coaching classes when ...
 Chandigarh Tribune6 days ago

Dalit Padma Shri winners walk down memory lane

is not ashamed of saying that his father was a mason, his mother a housemaid and he a Dalit. His mother, he says, used to make a few extra rupees making and selling cow dung cakes. He studied in a municipal school - simply because his parents were ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
Femina

CELEBRATING WOMEN OF WORTH Winners of the LOréal Paris Femina Women Awards 2014 Announced

Mumbai:LOréal Paris, the world's No. 1 beauty brand and Femina, India's largest women's magazine once again came together to celebrate India's women achievers at the third edition of the LOréal Paris Femina Women Awards 2014 at The Leela, Mumbai.
 APN News3 weeks ago Femina Women Awards 2014  Femina1 month ago Loreal Paris Femina woman awards, 2014  APN News1 month ago
Moneycontrol.com

Mumbai: Billion dreams, billionaire city

Shashwat DC moneycontrol.com Mumbai has for quite some long been dubbed as the city of dreams, where people land with aspirations and hope and through their zest and will build mighty business empires. Instances and examples abound of how this and ...
 Moneycontrol.com3 weeks ago
Times of India

Strictly without opium

London's Iranian cafe, while better groomed than its Mumbai cousin, loses none of its eccentricity. And yes, the chai is still as addictive Imagine an old, creaking Iranian cafe from the 1970s making its way to Girgaum Chowpatty and washing ashore ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Rediff.com

'India can send rocket to Mars, but not allow absentee voting for NRIs?'

'We have 10 million votes, 15,000 votes per Lok Sabha constituency. There are certain constituencies who will win by about 5,000 or 6,000 votes. So if we win this case, these 15,000 votes will play crucial roles in at least 50 constituencies, which can change the dynamics of the entire political system,' Nagender Chindam tells Patrick Ward. Nagender Chindam is, by his own description, a "normal guy". An average non-resident Indian living an unexceptional life in the town of Milton Keynes, 72 km ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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