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About 13 results for "the dirty dozen"

Dirty dozen is just the beginning – do you own the next sixty?

The Reserve Bank of India has asked banks to resolve 55 high-value cases of bad loans within six months or face the prospect of being directed to go in for the new insolvency resolution mechanism. Money Control, 1 month ago

10 images for the dirty dozen

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COMMENT-Bankruptcy code to tackle NPAs: Picking banks exposed to the dirty dozen

Some banks are likely to benefit the most from the RBI#39;s decision to invoke bankruptcy in the country#39;s 12 largest NPA accounts.
 Money Control2 months ago

Dirty war has to be fought innovatively

Army chief Bipin Rawat (in pic) has fully backed the soldier on ground in Jammu and Kashmir, saying there are no rules of engagement in a “dirty war.” For good measure, Rawat said he preferred to face bullets from the Kashmiri youths instead of stones. In ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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Pirates hijack the Sheena Bora murder trial

In walked the scruffy band of pirates, without any swagger.Mostly tall or burly men, with weather beaten, resigned faces, the majority were dressed in track pants and tees; a few had skull caps.Some of their T-shirts had messages like 'I'm not in danger, I'm danger' or 'Long Beach California Surfer'.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustrations: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com, Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Did Peter Mukerjea, when he was the successful CEO of Star India, ...
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India's hotels business: 'Lots of Chinese capital will come in'

'Jin Jiang had invested in Louvre Hotels.''Louvre, a couple of months ago, took a majority in Sarovar hotels.''So they are coming in now.''Look at the Chinese -- two quarters ago they took 25 percent in Hilton.'And then HNA also took majority in Carlson (Radisson).' By the end of June the Ginger chain of hotels, run by Roots Corporation Limited, a subsidiary of Indian Hotels Company Limited, had opened two more hotels. One in Gurgaon. The second in Andheri, north west Mumbai. Ginger started ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Bad loans: The bungling and farce continues

Bad loans continue to originate mainly from state-owned banks, where the top management’s responsibility is not linked to career prospects nor has legal consequences, says Debashis Basu. Just over a year ago in mid-May 2016 I had written a column pointing basic flaws in the new architecture set up to handle bad loans - a new huge bureaucracy (for insolvency), which only promised more legal complexities. Well, it appears that I had not anticipated something far worse — continued ...
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Rahul Gandhi's mysterious visit to Chinese Embassy - The background

Is the Doklam faceoff, India’s Cuban crisis moment? Are some politicians and agents facilitating China’s aggressive geopolitical moves in Kashmir and Chumbi Valley? Was Rahul Gandhi’s mysterious visit to the Chinese embassy to leverage an external power ...
 Sify1 month ago

Lupin sets off down Indian pharma's long road to redemption

By Zeba Siddiqui GOA, India (Reuters) - In 28 years in India's pharmaceuticals sector, Rajiv Desai has never been busier. Most of the last six months on his desk calendar is marked green, indicating visits to the 12 plants of Lupin, India's No. 2 drugmaker, ...
 Sify1 month ago

Positive Outlook: why goods & services tax is a game changer

There is a reason why many transport companies are cheering the July 1 implementation of India’s biggest tax reform since independence in 1947. The move will replace more than a dozen levies with a new goods and services tax. This is expected to help reduce ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Newsmaker: A General For The Masses

General Bipin Rawat would have retired last year had the government not broken precedence to make him army chief over two generals senior to him at that time. Rawat was deep-selected in a move that is not unusual but used sparingly by the previous ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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