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'Stars contribute nothing directly to films' revenue'
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'Stars contribute nothing directly to films' revenue'

Kolkata, Dec 17 Stars alone cannot make a movie a box office success. But they indirectly contribute to it as distributors are drawn to films which have the big names, and thus a good distribution network sends the cash registers ringing, a US- ..., 1 week ago

Lower end B-schools difficult to survive in U.S.: Tridib Mazumdar

Is future of the management studies in the United States facing crisis of sorts? It appeared so, according to Tridib Mazumdar, Howard R Gendal Professor of Marketing and Director of the Earl V Snyder Centre for Innovation Management at the Whitman ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Ordnance Factory Project at Nalanda, Bihar

The project setting up the Ordnance Factory at Nalanda, Bihar was originally sanctioned by the Government in 2001 to create the production facilities for Bi-Modular Charge System (BMCS) for 155mm Artillery Gun at Ordnance Factory, Nalanda. The ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago


New Delhi: As recently as the 1970s and 1980s, Australia viewed India with wariness, given the dynamics of the Cold War. Australia was worried a powerful Indian Navy would uphold Soviet Union's interests in the Indian Ocean. And, India's naval ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

Rohit Sharma's knock a lesson in one-day batting, writes Pravin Amre

India November 14(IM):I know Rohit Sharma for around 10 years, since the time I was chairman of the national junior selection committee, from 2003-04 to 2005-06. He was 17 years old and was representing Mumbai in that age category. Then, he was ...
 Indian Mirror1 month ago
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Now, get ready for 'Made in China' weddings

From electronic products to lamps to light the house, the 'Made In China' label has an ubiquitious presence in the Indian market. And now, the Chinese government is planning to promote its cities as destination wedding spots for Indians. "Cities ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago
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