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BJP man trying to illegally take control of college: Ajit Gula...

MUMBAI: Industrialist Ajit Gulabchand, who heads the Administrative Council of Walchand College of Engineering in Sangli district, has written a letter to Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, accusing a BJP leader of trying to illegally take control of ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
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Revenues to improve this year due to better order Intake: Ajit Gulabchand, HCC

On a yearly basis, the turnover revenues have been flat at about Rs.4,190 crore with a net profit of Rs.159 crore and EBITDA margin of 19.98%. Ajit Gulabchand, Managing Director at Hindustan Construction Company, discussed with the Economic Times about why ...
 India Infoline2 months ago This has been a healthy year for order intake: Ajit Gulabchand, HCC  Economic Times2 months ago Hindustan Construction Q4 net profit down 7.3%, beats estimates  Livemint.com2 months ago

Strong orderbook aided Q4 nos; total debt at Rs 11,000 cr:HCC

HCC's arbitration claims are at Rs 11,000 crore, says MD Ajit Gulabchand, adding that Rs 3,041 crore awarded is yet to come through. HCC's fourth quarter margins improved on back of a strong orderbook, said the company's Managing Director Ajit ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 months ago
Outlook India

Book review: India's Broken Tryst

Tavleen Singh's latest book India's Broken Tryst involves two strands which she has combined to give an insight into what has gone wrong with the political class and governance during the near seven decades after India won independence. The first ...
 Manorama Online2 weeks ago Trick or Tryst?  Yahoo! India2 months ago More Target Practice  Outlook India2 months ago

Engg. college row: BJP distances itself from Sangli district chief's coercive actions

Tussle for factional supremacy within the Walchand College of Engineering in Sangli district rages on As the tussle for factional supremacy within the eminent Walchand College of Engineering in Maharashtra's sugar-rich Sangli district rages on, ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

At Sangli engineering college, battle for control takes itstoll

The prestigious Walchand College of Engineering (WCE) in Sangli has become a battleground for two rival groups fighting to take control of it. The battle assumed political overtones as one of the groups is headed by Prithviraj Deshmukh, the ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago Political overtones in battle for Sanglicollege  Yahoo! India1 month ago Knives out in fight for control of Sangli engineeringcollege  Yahoo! India1 month ago

Assam votes for progress, development

:32 PM IST The stupendous victory of BJP in Assam is indicative of the people endorsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's economic programmes. The hope he had kindled is reflected in the mandate. Merely to say that the results were due to ...
 Nagaland Post1 month ago
Siasat Daily

Hindustan Construction Company Shelves Lavasa IPO Plan

Mumbai: Hindustan Construction Company (HCC) has put a proposed initial public offer (IPO) for its ambitious Lavasa project on the back-burner for a third time, citing bad market conditions in the realty sector. The Ajit Gulabchand-led company ...
 Siasat Daily1 month ago HCC puts off Lavasa IPO for the third time  Business Standard India1 month ago HCC shelves Lavasa IPO plan for third time  Business Standard1 month ago HCC shelves Lavasa IPO plan...  The Echo Of India1 month ago
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Much Ado About All

Tavleen Singh writes well, as anyone who reads Fifth Column (her column in a national daily) will testify. This is not her first book. Durbar (2012) was recent, though Kashmir (1995) was several years ago. In between, there were Lollipop Street ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

An Object of Derision

‘THE PERSONAL IS political,’ was the famous credo of the New Left in the late 1960s. Tavleen Singh seems to embrace it—but with a twist. While the youthful radicals of that generation sought to link their subjective experiences with wider political ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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