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Precision Camshafts wins global contract from General Motors

Precision Camshafts has won a global contract from General Motors for the delivery of circa 6 million fully finished camshafts over the life of the programme, which is expected to commence supplies from 2018-19. Money Control, 1 month ago

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So Much Interest

Posted by Equitymaster Our discussion on the Balance Sheet of Nations offered an alternate view of the country's finances . The assets of a nation can be difficult to quantify. Liabilities, on the other hand, are easy to estimate. The key components of the ...
 Equitymaster.com12 hours ago

Robert Rodriguez in talks to direct new 'Escape From New York'

Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez is in negotiations to direct the remake of 1980s cult classic "Escape From New York". John Carpenter, who directed and co-wrote the original, is executive producing the project, which is targeting a production start later this year, ...
 Business Standard2 days ago

Give a tappa to your taste-buds with a boho appeal!

New Delhi [India], Mar. 23 (ANI): Have you ever imagined of a chat in between watermelon sliders? Or Jalebi in form of churros with cinnamon sugar sprinkled on it?If not, then get ready for experiencing a bounce on your palate, as 'Punjab Grill Tappa,' as the ...
 Business Standard5 days ago
Sify

Urbanisation: Can we reconnect our cities with nature?

In pre-modern times, people in Indian cities still coexisted peacefully with nature. Sadly, in the current real estate development scenario, we have definitely witnessed an increasing separation between nature and individuals. In the pursuit of their ...
 Sify6 days ago

Now you can dine like royalty, with the royals!

"The food of the royal families of Awadh and Rajasthan is quite popular, but not much is known about Travancore or Tripura." To change that, Sonal Saxena and Shantanu Mahanta of eatwithindia are creating an event wherein 36 royal families will play host and share their culinary traditions. Avantika Bhuyan finds out more. IMAGE: A Maharaja from Gujarat, circa 1887. Among the series of programmes planned for the Dine With Royalty segment are culinary trips to the royal forts and palaces of ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Huffington Post

Lawyer's Pants Catch On Fire During Arson Trial

&& We’re not calling Miami defense lawyer Stephen Gutierrez a liar. But we can say that during a trial on Wednesday afternoon, his pants were on fire. Gutierrez had to run out of the courtroom after his pants began to burn while he was giving closing ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago

Marks & Spencer launches on Amazon.in

Marks & Spencer (M&S), the iconic British brand, has today launched on India's largest online store, Amazon.in, making it even more convenient for customers across India to shop its quality clothing and beauty ranges.From today, Indian customers can now shop ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
Rediff.com

Salute these unsung heroes of cricket

India won the World Cup yet again on Sunday.'It upsets me to see blind cricket going unnoticed by the government while it rewards even the smallest achievement in normal cricket,' the Sachin Tendulkar of blind cricket tells Geetanjali Krishna. IMAGE: The Indian cricket team celebrates after it beat South Africa in the 2nd T20 World Cup Cricket Tournament for the Blind. Photograph: PTI With the announcement of the Padma awards last month, everyone is suddenly talking about the 'unsung heroes', ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Gaitonde to Raza: The 10 costliest Indian paintings

The 'Artery Top 500 Works' list features the most expensive Indian works of art that have been sold since modern Indian artwork was first included in a mainstream international auction in the mid 1960s.Their collective realised price? $367.9 million!As the demand and value of Indian artists grows internationally, Monali Sarkar looks at the record setters. $4,415,008 Untitled: Vasudeo S Gaitonde Gaitonde topped this list after an untitled painting of his was bought by an anonymous buyer at a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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