The page that knows what's cooking Talk of the town "I'm usually cooking up stories for them," laughed Padma Vibhushan Dr K H Sancheti (wearing check shirt) as he helped his grandchildren flip aloo tikkis, helped by his wife Anuradha and chef Ajmal ... Pune Mirror, 2 days ago
Olivier Award winning producer, actor, director and writer Guy Masterson and British stage and television actress Jaye Griffiths share a light moment prior to their solo performances at the NCPA Turfed out A spirants to the turf club's managing ...Mumbai Mirror, 3 days ago
Special Economic Zone (SEZ) units upon transfer of technical manpower up to 50 per cent from an existing unit — a further relaxation from 20 per cent allowed earlier in July this year. This will provide a major tax relief to software and ...Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago Tax benefits in SEZ: manpower transfer limit raised for IT firms Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
RAJU ARUN,30,employed at Bangalore(son of E Raju-Ex Union Bank,Vadapalani)died in Train accident at Pazhavanthangal on11 August 2014-E Raju SUNANDA NATARAJAN, Mother of Sudha Ranjani, Sridhar & Soumya joined her forefathers around 03-00 Hrs on ...The Hindu, 1 month ago
Energy development, because of its scale and complexity, only happens when "deals" are struck between governments and developers. Some deals are better than others. From the public policy perspective the "deals" we should be looking for, are those ...Observer India, 1 month ago
MUMBAI: Dinesh Kanabar, deputy CEO of audit and advisory firm KPMG, has resigned from the firm on Wednesday after a four year stint with the consulting firm. Kanabar intends to start his own advisory firm. "It is time for me to make time for ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Dinesh Kanabar quits KPMG, to set up his own advisory firm Economic Times, 1 month ago
With the arrest of the film censor board's CEO on charges of demanding bribes to clear films, the regulatory role of the panel is in focus once again. Days after assuming office in January, Rakesh Kumar, the CEO of the Central Board of Film Certification, or CBFC, gave his views on contemporary cinema in an interview with Mumbai Mirror. "The seriousness in content is missing. Filmmakers are pushing the envelope a bit too far," he told the daily. The former Indian Railways employee rued the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Lights, camera cut! Sify, 1 month ago Lights, camera… cut! Business Standard India, 1 month ago
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