New Delhi: No wonder, it’s a Shahid Kapoor drama ‘Haider’ which is with each new addition of the song or promo is taking his act to altogether a new level. The new song out ‘Aao Na’ is nevertheless another classic creation by ... IndiaTV News, 2 weeks ago
MILAN: Telecom Italia is preparing to offer up to seven billion euros ($9.4 billion) to outbid Spain’s Telefonica in the race to acquire Vivendi’s Brazilian broadband unit GVT, according to a Bloomberg report on Sunday. The report, citing ...Himalayan times, 1 month ago
SHANGHAI: Europe now represents 10 per cent by value of global payments in China’s currency, transactions organisation SWIFT said on Tuesday, as more countries seek a greater share of yuan business through new clearing arrangements. Although ...Himalayan times, 3 weeks ago
What is a financially safe company? Is it one that is nearly debt-free and earns over 20 per cent returns on capital employed in its business; or one with a debt-to-equity ratio of around one and RoCE of around 10 per cent? Or is it a company with the leverage ratio of more than three and RoCE in a low single digit? If rating agencies in India are to be believed, all three are equally safe with little or no chance of default on their debt.Shree Cement, Indian Hotels, Cox & Kings, Century ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
KATHMANDU: Everest Hospitality Group (P) Ltd, owner of the proposed 221-room Flagship Marriott site in Naxal, announced today that it has entered into a construction agreement with CE Construction Pvt Ltd — Nepal’s premier construction and ...Himalayan times, 2 months ago
Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.After the exceedingly embarrassing defeat of hosts Brazil at the hands (or shall we say feet) of Germany during the FIFA World Cup semi-final last night, Bollywood stars took to Twitter to celebrate the win.Here's what they wrote:Shah Rukh Khan'A bit of a heartbreak imminent tonight….whoever wins the other team is close to my heart too. It’s going to be a nite of ambivalence. 'Sometimes the absence of its frontline ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
KATHMANDU: More and more manufacturing units in the country are recruiting foreign workers to fill the gap created by Nepalis leaving the country for employment purpose, the latest census of the Central Bureau of Statistics shows. Of the total people employed ...Himalayan times, 2 months ago
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