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HC to rule if Indians can helm Breach Candy club, appoints committee to manage its affairs
Mumbai Mirror

HC to rule if Indians can helm Breach Candy club, appoints com...

The Breach Candy club In a fight to control the managing committee of the elite Breach Candy Swimming and Bath Trust, the Bombay High Court has appointed a three-member committee to manage the trust until the court decides whether Indians can be ... Mumbai Mirror, 3 days ago
The Freepress Journal

A monumental change at the RBI

06:50 am FOLLOW US: The institution of the Monetary Policy Committee in many ways signals a monumental change in the process of decision-making at the Reserve Bank of India. For the first time beginning with the new monetary policy announcement ...
 The Freepress Journal4 hours ago

New platform trains independent directors

Mumbai: With the markets watchdog Sebi and the new Companies Act tightening the norms on the conduct of independent directors, the demand for quality hands has been on the rise but without much success. To partly help resolve the shortage of ...
 News Today1 week ago

Iqac 09 10

Upcoming SlideShare Loading in … 5 1. AQAR 2009-10 GDCW, Sangareddy Page 1 SANGAREDDY - 502001, MEDAK DIST. ANDHRA PRADESH ANNUAL QUALITY ASSURANCE REPORT (AQAR) Year of the Report: 2009-10 Submitted to National Assessment and ...
 SlideShare.net1 week ago

Reliance owes MMRDA Rs 1,576 crore?

The Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries Limited owes Rs 1,576 crore to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) as additional premium charges for the construction of a property in the posh Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC), a Right To ...
 Asian Age1 week ago
Times of India

Left Unity sweeps councillor elections at JNU

NEW DELHI: The Left Unity has claimed 14 of the 15 councillor seats at JNU's School of Languages, School of International Studies and School of Social Sciences combined. The remaining one has gone to Democratic Students' Federation (DSF). The Left ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Bhandari, Patil and Patankar -- them of the sprightly 80s

Someone visited me from England as they wanted to write a book about India's first-ever Test win in Chennai in 1952, recalls CD Gopinath. I told them since I am the only member remaining from that team, I could say anything I want and there would be ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago

Corridors of Power

First-time DMK MLA P.T.R.P. Thiagarajan is a regular visitor to the Meenakshi Temple. A week ago, when officials invited him to participate in a function at the temple, he agreed. But when he was about to leave for the function on Saturday, an ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Livemint.com

On targeting inflation

India should develop a less volatile price series that represents the basket that the median household consumes When it rains, it pours. Lost in the euphoria over the passage of the goods and services tax (GST) in the Rajya Sabha, was the ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

B'sore Law College to impart 5-yr integrated course

egrated 5-year degree course in Law may begin in the Balasore Law College from this academic session. An expert team comprising National Law University, Cuttack Vice-Chancellor Srikrishna Deva Rao, KIIT Law School's PK Sarkar and Siksha O ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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