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Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace hotel acquires image trademark

The iconic Taj Mahal Palace hotel in the city has acquired an `image trademark', making it the first building in the country to get intellectual property rights protection for its architectural design. DNA, 4 days ago

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You can lease Delhi's Taj Mansingh if you have Rs 400cr to spare

Given the hotel's prime location, it is obvious that there will be some serious bidders trying their luck when an auction is held in the second half of this calendar year. IMAGE: Taj Mahal Hotel on 1, Man Singh Road, New Delhi, was once the location of a small hotel named Fonseca's till the Taj group, with difficulty, leased it and opened it in 1978. Photograph: Kind Courtesy Taj Mahal Hotels. The location of this hotel can't get better. This is 1, Man Singh Road, of Lutyens’ Delhi.
 Rediff.com1 month ago Returns a challenge for brands eyeing Taj Mansingh  Business Standard1 month ago Cyrus - Tata row: Brother Shapoor Mistry resigns from Indian Hotels board  DNA1 month ago Supreme Court allows NDMC to auction Taj Mansingh  Business Standard2 months ago
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Feeling blue

If you've missed this. The Qutub Minar in Delhi, the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, Taj Mahal Hotel in Mumbai turned blue on 2nd April on World Autism Day. 
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Almost in jail for a semi-erotic story; judge liked it: Bond

Believe it or not, but a "mildly erotic" story almost landed writer Ruskin Bond in jail. Speaking at the launch of his autobiography 'Lone Fox Dancing' at the Taj Mahal Hotel here yesterday, the Mussoorie-based author recalled how a non-bailable warrant was ...
 Business Standard2 days ago
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Bieber in Bombay: Ditch that refrigerator, here's a guide to going native

Justin Bieber is coming. While I’m not a Belieber, I most certainly would have been if I was in my early teens. I was thirteen in 1988 when New Kids on the Block released that seminal boy band album, Hangin’ Tough . I got the album and the Sun ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Army deploys through-the-wall radar to spot terrorists

Aiming to detect terrorists who might be hiding in wall cavities or false ceilings, the Indian Army will now use 'through the wall' radar imaging during counter-insurgency operations in Kashmir Valley. A few such radar systems have already been imported by the army, official sources said, explaining that the technology would help in more precise -- and effective -- anti-military operations. It would enable forces to get the pinpointed location of terrorists hiding inside homes in congested ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Brands Forever

When India opened up its automotive sector in the mid-1980s, the country’s largest scooter manufacturer, Bajaj Auto, confronted a predicament similar to what many companies in emerging-markets or EMs face. Global behemoth, Japan’s Honda, was entering the ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Why banks will have fewer branches

'With technology advancing rapidly, the need for branches is declining,' HSBC India CEO Stuart Milne tells Niraj Bhatt and Anup Roy.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The chief executive officer of one of the oldest foreign banks in India has a unique way of attracting new business. He invites existing customers to his house for dinner and asks them to bring a friend. "If some of the guests open accounts, it can be quite valuable for us," says Stuart Milne, head of HSBC India. While his ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Watch out for this business star!

'I have been managing people since I was very young. I really enjoy it.''For me, age is only a proxy for experience,' Nitin Prasad, Shell's 40-year-old chairman, tells Jyoti Mukul.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com I am late and apologise profusely as I enter The Grill at the Taj Mahal Hotel, Delhi. Nitin Prasad, chairman, Shell group of companies in India, is sitting patiently, with a glass of sparkling water. "No issues," he says softly. "We are here now." This is my first meeting with ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

World Autism Awareness Day: Lighting it up blue for autism awareness

April 2nd is sanctioned by the UN as World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD). Every year on this day, Ummeed Child Development Centre joins a global movement to create awareness about autism as a condition and increase understanding of the need for early diagnoses, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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