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Jessop's Dum Dum factory reopens
India TV

Jessop's Dum Dum unit reopens after 3 months

Chairman of Ruia Group Pawan Kumar Ruia with ministers Maloy Ghatak and Amit Mitra during the reopening of Jessop factory at DumDum on Saturday. (Source: Express photo by Subham Dutta) Summary The workers would be given specific targets to be ... Indian Express, 1 month ago
Jessop reopens, hope for Dunlop Times of India, 1 month ago
Jessop reopens, Dunlop to resume operations soon The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
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Times of India

Atul and Gayatri Ruia showcased their new modern Japanese restaurant at Palladium Hotel, Mumbai

Atul and Gayatri Ruia showcased their new modern Japanese restaurant at Palladium Hotel, Yuuka by Ting Yen, to some choicest guests from the world of fashion recently. Those spotted included Shantanu and Nikhil Mehra, Rohit Bal, Narendra Kumar, ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

Meet and greet

Bharat Ratna Prof CNR Rao and his wife caught up with his friends and peers during a tea break at Ruia College on Monday. Prof Rao (seated) was jointly felicitated by the college, the Observor Research Foundation and the National Centre for ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
Futures

Billionaires Lose as India Mine Permits Ruled Illegal

Billionaires Anil Ambani, Kumar Mangalam Birla and Savitri Jindal lost a combined $1 billion of their net worth after India's highest court ruled that the allocation of coal mines since 1993 was illegal. The verdict yesterday spurred concern ...
 Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide3 weeks ago Billionaires Lose Wealth as India Mine Permits Ruled Illegal  La Repubblica3 weeks ago Billionaires Wealth Eroded as Indian Court Rules Mines Illegal  La Repubblica3 weeks ago Billionaire setback following Indian court ruling on mining  Futures3 weeks ago
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12 countries Ambassadors to participate in Global Investors Summit at Indore

(Pervez Bari): The ambassadors of 12 countries including Australia, Canada, Mexico, South Africa, Poland, Czech Republic, Belgium, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Malaysia, Sweden and Austria will take part in the Global Investors Summit to be held at Indore ...
 Siasat Daily3 days ago
Times of Oman

Essar-Loop Case: Court to Hear Final Arguments From Nov 20

A special court today concluded recording of defence evidence in a case arising out of the probe into the 2G spectrum allocation scam allegedly involving promoters of Essar Group, Loop Telecom and others and fixed the matter for commencement of ...
 Outlook India4 days ago 2G: Recording of evidence ends, court to hear final arguments  ZeeNews.com1 week ago 2G Case: Court to Hear Final Arguments From Nov 10  Outlook India1 week ago Special court to hear final arguments in 2G case from November 10  Times of Oman1 week ago
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EventFAQs

AstaGuru holds private preview of modern art for Mumbai's elite

Online art auctioneer AstaGuru.com, hosted a private preview of the fifth edition of its Modern and Contemporary Indian Art Auction at Palladium Hotel in Mumbai in association with Gayatri and Atul Ruia and Amit and Shweta Bhosale on August 31. The ...
 EventFAQs1 week ago
Times of Oman

Jindal Steel & Power : Top Indian companies risk losing coal permits

New Delhi : Hindalco, Essar Power and Jindal Steel & Power , all run by Indian metal businessmen, risk losing coal permits for projects worth a combined $7.1 billion if the nation's top court accepts a government proposal to annul licences for mines ...
 4 Traders2 weeks ago Hindalco, Jindal Steel Coal Permits Recommended for Cancellation  La Repubblica2 weeks ago Hindalco, Jindal Steel Risk Losing India Coal Permits  Bloomberg2 weeks ago Top Indian companies risk losing coal permits  Times of Oman2 weeks ago
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Dancing Prances wins main event

Dancing Prances ridden by A.Sandesh won the Akkasaheb Maharaj Trophy, the main event of the races held here on Saturday (Aug. 30). The winner is owned by M/s. Ashok Ranpise, Dinsha P.Shroff, Solomon F.Sopher & Mrs. Mozelle Kelly. Altaf Hussain ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Modi Tweets the Japanese Way

NEW DELHI: India and Japan witnessed a bit of twitter diplomacy on Thursday with the two Prime Ministers -- Narendra Modi and Shinzo Abe -- greeting each other and their respective countries in bonhomie. About to meet in two days time, the first ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
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