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  • 5 Indian-origin persons in Fortune annual 40 Under 40 list
    • New York: Five Indian-origin persons, including Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, have featured in Fortune's annual list of 40 young and influential people in the field of business inspiring others with their work. Fortune's 2017 '40 Under 40' list is an annual ranking of the most influential young people who are under 40 in business, whom the magazine termed as "disruptors, innovators, rebels and artists" inspiring others. The list has been topped by 39-year-old French President Emmanuel Macron "France's youngest leader since Napoleon" who swept the........

  • Planning to sell your property?-- Here are the best ways
    • There certainly comes a time when the 'house' you thought fits your requirements completely becomes a complete mismatch for your needs. This is the time you move into a property which fits the new criteria of your necessities. Selling your house at the best possible rates becomes one hectic job which has no alternative. Most of us are regular people with no flooding gold pockets to invest in two houses at a time. Relieving yourself of the burden of selling the property becomes mandatory. In an attempt to get a right price for your property, we bring to you some really useful methods........

  • Raymond ex-tycoon Vijaypat Singhania is now penniless – All you need to know
    •  Who is Vijaypat Singhania? Vijaypat Singhania was the chairman emeritus of the Raymond Group of clothing and textiles and a former Sheriff of Mumbai, from 19 December 2005 to 18 December 2006. Achivements     Vijaypat Singhania, an ambitious aviator, holds the world record for highest altitude gained travelling in a hot air balloon, at the age of 67.           He also holds a world record for his solo microlight flight in 1998 from UK to India.           He has flight experience of over 5,000 hours.    ........

  • 610 textile mills shut with over 3 lakh workers on payrolls
    • New Delhi: As many as 610 cotton and man- made fibre textile mills in the country were shut as on June- end, having over three lakh workers on their payrolls. "As per the Office of the Textiles Commissioner, 610 cotton/man-made fibre textile mills (Non SSI) were closed having 3,00,697 numbers of workers on their payroll as on June 30, 2017," Minister of State for Textiles, Ajay Tamta said in a written reply in the Lok Sabha. However, he said the details of closure of textile units in the decentralised sectors viz powerloom etc. Are not available. The Textiles Ministry has been implementing........

  • India business growing at over 100% : Uber
    • New Delhi: US-based cab aggregator Uber on Thursday said its India business has grown over 100 percent year-on-year, driven by strong adoption of services like Pool and expansion into smaller cities. Uber India, which competes with SoftBank-backed Ola, said it has seen the number of completed trips on its platform grow from 19.2 million in July 2016 to 41.3 million in July this year, a jump of 115 percent. On sequential basis, the company registered a growth of 6.4 per cent from 38.8 million completed trips in June 2017. "Uber launched in India four years ago as the 18th country for us........

  • Of Rs 7,000 crore lent to Kingfisher, banks can now recover just Rs 6 crore
    • New Delhi:  As Vijay Mallya and his son Siddharth sit with a Rs 21 crore purse and seven cricketers he can sell to make some money in the IPL auction, India's public sector banks are struggling to recover even a fraction of their Rs 7000-crore loans from Mallya's grounded Kingfisher Airlines. Documents, forensic reports and accounts of people from across the world studied by dna reveal that members of the 17-bank consortium of lenders led by SBI may never be able to recover the money loaned to Mallya's airline. The State Bank of India (SBI), the major lender to Mallya's........

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