Chandigarh: Punjabi actress Kulraj Randhawa visited the Chandigarh Press Club on Thursday for promoting an upcoming movie. She was accompanied by the direcor of the movie and producer Inder Bhandal. Talking about the movie "Nidhi Singh," Kulraj said ... Daily Bhaskar, 1 month ago
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was established in 2005 with a vision to help companies achieve market share growth in their respective industries by developing unique supply chain capabilities that provide a competitive edge. VCG uses the platform of Theory of Constraints (TOC) solutions ...India Infoline, 1 month ago
07/10/2014 | 07:34am US/Eastern Recommend: Carnival Group , a media and entertainment firm, has acquired the multiplex business of Housing Development and Infrastructure Ltd (HDIL). The cost of acquisition is Rs110 crore .4 Traders, 2 weeks ago Carnival Group buys HDIL's multiplex business for Rs 110 cr The Financial Chronicle, 3 weeks ago Real estate firm HDIL locks deal with Kerala's Carnival Films Business Standard, 3 weeks ago Carnival Group buys HDIL's biz The Statesman, 3 weeks ago
Mumbai-based Housing Development and Infrastructure (HDIL) is going ahead with its efforts to cut net debt by another R600-800 crore by the end of FY15. As part of this strategy, the developer has sold its chain of multiplexes across India, ...Financial Express, 3 weeks ago Carnival Films Acquires HDIL's Multiplex Business Deal Curry, 3 weeks ago HDIL gains 2%, sells multiplex business to Carnival Films Money Control, 3 weeks ago HDIL sells multiplex biz for Rs 105 crore Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
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CHANDIGARH: A deadly cocktail of fast cars, reckless driving and booze was proving lethal for residents on the city roads. As many as 15 persons, including some children, were killed in 13 road accidents involving drunken driving in the city in the ...Times of India, 1 month ago
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