A politician's cavalcade often stops traffic on Indian roads. Photo: Ajay K. Singh/Hindustan Times Why do we have VIP culture? I am disturbed by the fact that we are disturbed by it, and that the channels are often full of it. I write in empathy. Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
MUMBAI: Times Now, India's leading news channel felicitated 15 successful Indians in the Middle East, at the second edition of Arabian Indian Czars Award. The awards night was graced by Devendra Fadnavis, Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, T.P.Indian Television, 3 weeks ago Arabian Indian Czars Award: Times Now felicitates successful Indians in Middle East Economic Times, 1 month ago Times Now honours successful Indians in Middle East Daijiworldcom, 1 month ago Top 15 Middle East-based Indian businessmen honoured by Times Now Khaleej Times, 1 month ago
Press Release For immediate publication Mr. PNC Menon honoured with the Arabian Indian Czar Award Bengaluru, Monday, 29 th June 2015: Mr P.N.C Menon, Founder and Chairman Emeritus, Sobha Limited, has been honoured with the Arabian Indian Czar ...4 Traders, 1 month ago Mr. PNC Menon honoured with the Arabian Indian Czar Award Noodls, 1 month ago
My grandmother survived on interest money left by my grandfather without knowing about formal financial markets then why can't I? Commented my co sister when we were discussing about planning and the importance of balancing the investments for ...Chennai Online, 1 month ago
Hasan Ali Khan was in the news last week, this time for being a serious contributor to the humongous income-tax arrears running into over Rs 8,00,000 crore. The hugeness of the nation’s tax arrear is a seriously disturbing issue, since it has already ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
A new trend is emerging in the stock markets these days, or rather, the conspicuous absence of one! The bull run on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the National Stock Exchange (NSE) over the last six months has seen the absence of a sectoral ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
As a young boy studying in Delhi's prestigious Delhi Public School, R.K. Puram, Raghuram Rajan, when asked what his ambition in life was, would say: "I want to be the Prime Minister of India". This when most kids of that generation would answer ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
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