Nawaz Sharif's travel to London for treatment in limbo as his name figures in no fly list
Sharif is going to London after doctors categorically told him that they had exhausted all options available in Pakistan and seeking treatment abroad was the only one option left. The PML-N leader chided Prime Minister Imran Khan for backing out of its commitment in which he said that he had no objection on Sharif's travel abroad for treatment.
Virat Kohli turns philosopher in lap of nature, shares pictures with Anushka Sharma from vacation
The cricketer celebrated his 31st birthday ...
APEDA eyes $60 billion agriculture exports with support of new policy
“Achieving an agriculture export target of $60 billion by 2022 does not...
Mahindra recalls a batch of XUV300 units to fix faulty suspension part
M&M is recalling a limited batch of XUV300 vehicles to fix a faulty suspension component. The proactive inspection and replacement of the component would be carried on a limited batch of compact SUV that were manufactured till May 19, 2019.
IDBI Bank issues public notice on Vijay Mallya as 'wilful defaulter'
IDBI Bank NPA Management Group in Mumbai issued a public notice about wilful defaulter with the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines as the borrower and Vijay Mallya as the director and guarantor. Vijay Mallya is currently in London and the Indian government has initiated legal proceedings to seek his extradition.
A comeback & multitude of questions
The point leaves Chelsea level with Valencia and Ajax in the group and Lampard’s team will need to be significantly more coherent and structured when they go to Spain later.
Mahindra & Mahindra total sales down 11% at 51,896 units in October
The company had sold 58,416 units in the corresponding month last year, M&M said in a regulatory filing. In the domestic market, sales were down 11 per cent at 49,193 units last month as compared to 55,350 units in October 2018. Exports also registered a decline of 12 per cent at 2,703 units as against 3,066 units in the year-ago month.
Ashok Leyland sales falls 35 pc in October to 9,857 units
Ashok Leyland, on Friday reported a plunge of 35% in its total commercial vehicle sales at 9,857 units in October. While domestic commercial vehicle sales were down 37 per cent at 9,074 units, Medium and heavy commercial vehicle sales in the domestic market dipped 50 per cent to 4,565 units as compared to 9,062 units in October last year.
MG Motor India sells 3,536 units of SUV Hector in October
Having received a huge number of bookings in July, MG Motors India reopened bookings on September 29 with plans to ramp up production and has reported sales of 3,536 units of its SUV Hector in October."...the company is starting second shift operations from November 2019," the statement added. The first model crossed more than 38,000 bookings.
Share market update: FMCG shares trade higher; United Breweries up 1%
The Nifty FMCG index was trading 0.12 per cent up at 32,488.85 around 10:40 am.
Two more nations ink ISA Framework Agreement; membership rises to 83
The ISA is an Indian initiative that was launched by the Prime Minister of India and the President of France on November 30, 2015, in Paris, France, on the sidelines of the COP-21, with 121 solar resource-rich countries lying fully or partially between the tropic of cancer and tropic of capricorn as prospective members.
Facebook apologises after employee's anonymous post talks of workplace bias and hostile culture
The social media platform's statement read, 'we're listening and working hard to do better'.
Edelweiss Financial Services bags National CSR Award
"Given the complexity of issues today, it is extremely critical for corporates across India to look at philanthropy through a strategic lens," said Shah.
As Delhi chokes, PeeCee wonders how people live in the city; Tharoor calls the National Capital 'injurious to health'
Actor Rishi Kapoor too shared a poignant quote on air pollution.
Government reforms on the way: single National Recruitment Agency & more
Apart from creating a single National Recruitment Agency for recruitment, bring all government training institute under one department and usher in a unified single foundation course for entrants to AIS, the Centre also wants to address shortfall of IAS officers.
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