UDAY KOTAK HEAD INJURY
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Consolidating environment presents growth opportunities for Kotak Mahindra Bank: Uday Kotak
In a New Year message to employees, Kotak urged e...
IL&FS 'test case' for group resolution: Uday Kotak
Addressing the 32nd AGM of the group, Kotak said the absence of requisite legal framework ...
At least five ABVP students have head injuries caused by sharp-edged objects: BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi
Nearly 34 students, including JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh were injured in the Sunday attack. The students' organisation has blamed ABVP students and teachers for the attack. Delhi Police has made no arrest so far. Protests across the country have been held to show solidarity for the JNU violence.
Indian business is going through cleansing and purging: Uday Kotak
We are going through a cleansing and a purging process. Business in India happened in a particular manner for a long time and the rules of the game were different. The rules have changed now. Business in general has taken a little longer to recognise the new rules of the game and it is moving towards survival of the fittest.
Indian financial system in Darwinian mode, only fittest lenders survive: Uday Kotak
Kotak said the financial system is in a Darwinian mode as only the fittest lenders are able to survive.
PM meets Ambani, Adani, other India Inc heads to discuss economy
Richest Indian Mukesh Ambani, Tata group patriarch Ratan Tata, telecom czar Sunil Bharti Mittal, billionaire Gautam Adani, Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra, and mining baron Anil Agarwal were among those present at the discussion.
Niti Aayog's draft for pvt trains: 15-minute head start, max speed of 160 kmph, own guard, crew
A slew of draft documents -- for Request for Qualification (RFQ), Concession Agreement Guiding Principles, Project Information Memorandum (PIM) along with a presentation on the salient features of the project -- for discussion on private participation in passenger trains have been uploaded by Niti Ayog on its website.
Corporate affairs ministry reviews IL&FS resolution progress
After the crisis at diversified IL&FS came to light last year, the ministry had superseded its board and since then various measures have been taken to address the issues as well as repay outstanding dues of the group.
Need rules for non-disruptive exit in financial sector: Uday Kotak
The comments come at a time when the companies in the sector like DHFL are grappling with resolutions and the future of thousands of crore of debt is in doubt. It also comes at a time when cooperative lender PMC Bank is in troubles allegedly because of mismanagement, putting depositors in a difficulty.
A cricket injury in 1979 led to Uday Kotak's academic break
After a blow to his head, the banker had to take a break and lost a semester.
Unnao rape victim died of extensive burn injuries: Postmortem report
The 23-year-old woman was set ablaze on Thursday by five people, including two who are accused of raping her. She had suffered 90 per cent burns and was airlifted from Lucknow to the Delhi-based hospital where she died on Friday night.
Are IPOs injurious to wealth?
Whether IPOs are PE backed or not, there’s a mystery surrounding them.
Uday Kotak gets 1 year extension on IL&FS board
ILFS has put on block assets worth Rs 50,000 crore. It has sold wind energy assets to Orix. There are 14 separate bids for 10 road assets.
View: Sport is about bravado, but it's not worth dying for
Sport is often about bravado and tales of batsmen scoring centuries with a broken finger or fast bowlers going through spells with debilitating back pain are things of folklore. But there is a significant difference between playing through pain and risking permanent brain damage.
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