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U-17 WC: FIFA 'deeply concerned' over incomplete work at Kochi stadium
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U-17 WC: FIFA 'deeply concerned' over incomplete work at Kochi...

'The venue has a very strong football culture and it would be a matter of great shame if we don't manage to fulfil the requirements in time' IMAGE: FIFA's inspection team including FIFA head of events, Jaime Yarza and Tournament Director Javier Ceppi said 'The works need to be done by 15th May and given the large amount of renovation that must happen, works have to go on full speed'. Photograph: AIFF/Twitter FIFA's inspection team expressed "deep concern" over the pace of work at Jawaharlal ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago

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The role and power of Muslims in UP politics post 2017

'Compared to other social groups, managing the Muslim constituency has always been easier for the secularists.''Just some symbolic measures and window-dressing would keep the Muslim flock together.''Having been betrayed by all the supposedly 'secular' political parties, Muslims should turn into citizens without any ascriptive identity marks,' says Mohammad Sajjad. IMAGE: A voter in Kairana, Uttar Pradesh, February 11, 2017. Photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters Inside Kairana, the town that ...
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4 money lessons for women

Shikha Verma offers invaluable money management insights Women comprise an integral part of our society and are the foundation of our happy present and bright future. Women have the ability to multi-task and are far more disciplined and efficient than the other gender. Women have excelled in almost every field from science to sports, from information technology to infrastructure and what not. But when it comes to managing finances, many women take a step back and feel less confident. The real ...
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Jenson and Nicholson gets a fresh paint job

A new management at one of India's oldest paint companies looks to revive the dormant paints brand as it readies for a stiff fight with rivals. For readers of a certain vintage, the tag line 'Whenever you see colour, think of us' still has instant recall. Even though the name of the brand may have itself faded from memory. Now the brand behind the ad, Jenson & Nicholson, is making a comeback under a joint venture with the South-based Sheenlac Paints. But the challenges that the second ...
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BSE wants Sebi to raise ceiling on depository holding

Rules for market infrastructure institutions such as stock exchanges, clearing corporations, and depositories have come under review by Sebi after five years. BSE wants regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) to increase investment ceiling for stock exchanges in depositories. The move comes less than a month ahead of the deadline for the exchange to divest its holding in Central Depository Services Ltd (CDSL) from 50 per cent at present to 24 per cent, the maximum permissible ...
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Infra firms stay free of note ban effect

As infrastructure, power hardly deal in cash, its paucity has failed to affect their receivables Infrastructure and power, core sectors considered proxies of economic growth, have remained relatively free from the effects - good or bad - of demonetisation, as can been seen in their financial performances. On November 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the withdrawal of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, sucking out cash from the economy and affecting sectors heavily dependent on it.
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Havells will enter AC, washing machine space with Rs 1,600-cr Lloyd buyout

Havells will acquire the entire consumer business infrastructure, people and distribution network. Plus all intellectual property of the Lloyd brand, logo, trademark and attendant rights. Havells India, leading electrical appliances and components company, is buying the consumer durables arm of Lloyd Electric & Engineering. The arm’s name is Lloyd Consumer Durable Business Division. Havells said on Sunday its board of directors had approved. The acquisition, when completed, will mark ...
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Learn from Japan, Make in India

Technology and operations management expert Elliott N Weiss discusses manufacturing, the trouble with too much automation, and the need to strike a balance between people and artificial intelligence with Ritwik Sharma. IMAGE: The idea of 'lean' started with Toyota productions. It's not an idea of increasing costs and quality; it's an idea of decreasing costs and increasing quality at the same time. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters. The Foreign Direct Investment coming to India will be ...
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Former Davis Cup coach paints bleak picture of Indian tennis future

Enrico Piperno, who was also India’s Fed Cup coach says, lack of funding, support and infrastructure will cease creation of a top-50 player   IMAGE: According to Enrico Piperno, after Leander Paes (in the above photo), Mahesh Bhupathi are Rohan Bopanna, there is no real hope for India in doubles. Photograph: Getty Images India's former Davis Cup and Fed Cup coach Enrico Piperno feels it is nearly impossible for the country's tennis players to make the world's top-50 as there is ...
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Rail Budget to focus on safety, infrastructure development

Reeling under a series of derailments, the Budget is likely to announce creation of a separate safety fund of about Rs 1 lakh crore over the next five years. A safety fund of Rs 20,000 crore (Rs 200 billion) for the Railways reeling under a series of deadly derailments, development of new lines, station redevelopment and setting up of Rail Development Authority and High Speed Rail Authority will be in focus as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presents the first Rail Budget subsumed in the General ...
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