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Businessman shot at in Delhi's Malvya Nagar area, assailant fl...

A businessman was shot at in Malviya Nagar by an armed man. The victim, Kamaljeet Sethi, had withdrawn cash from an bank and was on his way to the office, when he was shot at. READ MORE SEE LESS MSN India, 2 days ago

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Is Nawazuddin's kiss' n' tell defensible?

The answer to the question would be: More or less, feels Sunil Sethi. IMAGE: Nawazuddin Siddiqui's memoir, An Ordinary Life, has been withdrawn after the controversy it generated. The kerfuffle over the sudden withdrawal of the talented, versatile actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui's memoir, An Ordinary Life (Penguin, Rs 599), before its official release is damaging all round -- to him, his co-writer Rituparna Chatterjee and the publisher. The kiss' n' tell bits are brief, concerning his ...
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Karachi in line to host next PSL final

PCB chairman Najam Sethi revealed at the league's draft in Lahore, that they have "made a commitment" to hold it in Karachi. If it does happen, it would be the second year in a row the final of the league is held in Pakistan - the second season final was held ...
 ESPN Cricinfo5 days ago PCB eyeing home series against South Africa, Bangladesh  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Najam Sethi vows 4 PSL matches in Karachi in 'best-case scenario'  Business Standard4 weeks ago PCB expecting full strength SL squad for T20 in Lahore  Business Standard4 weeks ago

Windies to tour Pakistan early next year

(PCB) chairman Najam Sethi confirmed on Saturday. Elaborating on the issue, Sethi revealed that both the national cricket boards signed an agreement to hold a series of T20Is, each year, for the next five years, in Pakistan and the US. " West Indies and ...
 Business Standard6 days ago Pakistan to hosts ACC Emerging Nations Cup in April 2018  Business Standard2 weeks ago Pakistan to host ACC Emerging Nations Cup in April 2018, PCB chairman Najam Sethi wants India to send team  First Post.com2 weeks ago West Indies set to tour Pakistan for T20I series in November  Zee News2 months ago

Jammu ropeway project to showcase Dogra culture: Priya Sethi

Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Minister Priya Sethi said the Mubarak Mandi-Bahu Fort ropeway project will showcase rich Dogra culture, art and heritage.The minister took stock of works yesterday at all the three sites including Mahamaya, Bahu Fort and Peek-Kho,and ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Jammu Ropeway Project  State Times2 weeks ago Efforts on to give Jammu separate identity on tourism map: J&K  Business Standard1 month ago

Suresh Sethi appointed MD & CEO of India Post Payments Bank

India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) has appointed Suresh Sethi as its Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Sethi was till recently the CEO of Vodafone M-Pesa Ltd., Vodafone’s mobile payment service. Banks Board Bureau selected Sethi from ...
 Medianama3 weeks ago IPPB appoints Suresh Sethi as its MD & CEO  PIB3 weeks ago Neeraj Sethi appointed as Director of Sales and Operations at AKAI  Afaqs1 month ago India Post's payments bank to open 650 branches by April-May  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Have construction target of 3500 km, says NHAI

CNBC-TV18#39;s Ashpreet Sethi caught up with NHAI Chairman, Deepak Kumar and asked him about the government#39;s plan for highway monetisation and their construction target for the fiscal year.
 Money Control1 month ago Startup India will encourage youths to be #39;job givers#39; not #39;job seekers#39;: JK minister  Money Control2 weeks ago

Cricket Buzz: PCB to demand around $ 70 million from BCCI

IMAGE: International Cricket Council Chief Executive (CEO) Dave Richardson and Najam Sethi address a press conference in Lahore. Photograph: ICC. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants its Indian counterpart (BCCI) to pay approximately $ 70 million as compensation for not playing two ‘home’ bilateral series. The PCB, which has completed its consultation process and finalised its compensation claim against the BCCI, is expected to file its claim with the disputes resolution ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago PCB left red-faced over compensation claim from BCCI  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago PCB to demand around USD 70 million from BCCI as compensation  Business Standard1 month ago India tour: PCB to appeal to ICC's Disputes Resolution Comm  Business Standard1 month ago

Pakistan Cricket Board bans Umar Akmal for three matches, fines the batsman 1 million rupees

PCB Chairman, Najam Sethi said he had imposed the sanctions with a heavy heart but with the hope that it served as a precedent for all cricketers, who should be mindful of their obligations and the consequences of their actions.
 DNA1 month ago PCB inquiry panel recommends three-match ban, fine on Umar Akmal  DNA1 month ago Akmal admits mistake, promises not to repeat act  Business Standard2 months ago
Money Control

Delhi HC puts gag order on Sandeep Aggarwal in ShopClues' case

He accused co-founders of firm, Radhika Aggarwal and Sanjay Sethi, of forgery and misappropriation of funds
 Business Standard1 month ago FIR lodged against co-founders of Shopclues in alleged fraud  Money Control1 month ago
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