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'Khallas' vs 'Khallas': How Zarine Khan in 'Veerappan' song compares to the original
Entertainment

'Khallas' vs 'Khallas': How Zarine Khan in 'Veerappan' song compares to the original

Zarine Khan gets to gyrate in the new version of "Khallas" in Ram Gopal Varma's 'Veerappan'. But how does it compare to the original, with Isha Koppikar?

One million Riyals compensation for Mecca crane crash victims
World

One million Riyals compensation for Mecca crane crash victims

Saudi Arabia's King Salman sanctioned the powerful Saudi Binladin Group on Tuesday over the collapse of a construction crane at Makkah's Grand Mosque, which killed more than 100 people days before the Haj pilgrimage.

Donna Karan stepping down as chief designer for her company DKNY
Life

Donna Karan stepping down as chief designer for her company DKNY

Donna Karan will step down from daily duties as chief designer at her namesake company, Donna Karan International, to devote more time to her philanthropic foundation.

Remembering Qimat Rai Gupta, the gutsy visionary behind Havells
Corporate

Remembering Qimat Rai Gupta, the gutsy visionary behind Havells

The Indian media was late in discovering Qimat Rai Gupta and discovered him only after he acquired Sylvannia around five years back.

Orgies to nude parties: Perks that make Apple, Facebook's egg freezing look normal
Life

Orgies to nude parties: Perks that make Apple, Facebook's egg freezing look normal

Facebook's initiative has been hailed by many, but perks in Silicon Valley’s biggest companies is not uncommon. To keep workers happy logging scores of hours on the job, companies come up with strange perks.

AGMs should not be chai-samosa parties, says Sebi chairman
Corporate

AGMs should not be chai-samosa parties, says Sebi chairman

The Sebi chief also asserted that the onus needs to be put more on the promoters or the top executives, rather than the companies as a whole, when it comes to penalties.<br />

India Inc gets an additional six months to appoint  women directors on  company boards
Corporate

India Inc gets an additional six months to appoint women directors on company boards

While amendments have been made to various provisions of this Corporate Governance Code to align them with the relevant sections of the new Companies Act, the deadline would remain unchanged at October 1, 2014, except for requirement of a minimum one woman director on the boards of listed companies.<br />

Dad's watch still works: HMT watches may be disappearing but its memories are everlasting
Corporate

Dad's watch still works: HMT watches may be disappearing but its memories are everlasting

Unlike today, watches made by HMT were made to fit the wrist of the wearer

Glass ceiling? Only four percent of Indian company directors are women
Corporate

Glass ceiling? Only four percent of Indian company directors are women

The Companies Act, 2013 , passed by parliament in August last year, makes it mandatory for public and private firms with an annual turnover of at least three billion rupees ($50 million) to have at least one female director by October 1, 2014.<br />

A question for entrepreneurs: When does a start-up become a grown-up company?
Startups

A question for entrepreneurs: When does a start-up become a grown-up company?

Mature is as mature does. As long as the entrepreneur is engaged in knee-jerk reactions to situations instead of redundancy planning, as long as he creates contingencies instead of planning for them, as long as he 'copes' rather than strategizes, he is a kid stuck in a time warp.

NextDrop: A startup that informs you what time water will be supplied in your area
Startups

NextDrop: A startup that informs you what time water will be supplied in your area

The 25,000 registered users of Next Drop across three cities, Hubli, Dharwar and Bangalore, get an SMS alert an hour before the water is likely to come in their areas. Users can also ask for specific information related to water supply and the company will reply to that as well.

NextDrop: A startup that informs you what time water will be supplied in your area
Startups

NextDrop: A startup that informs you what time water will be supplied in your area

The 25,000 registered users of Next Drop across three cities, Hubli, Dharwar and Bangalore, get an SMS alert an hour before the water is likely to come in their areas. Users can also ask for specific information related to water supply and the company will reply to that as well.

Coal scam: CBI registers fresh case, carries out searches
Politics

Coal scam: CBI registers fresh case, carries out searches

Immediately after registering the case against the Directors of the firm and unknown officials of the Coal Ministry, CBI carried out searches at six places in Nagpur, Yavatmal and Mumbai, official sources said.

Tata Motors may become the cheapest stock on Sensex
Biztech

Tata Motors may become the cheapest stock on Sensex

Tata Motors is trading at 8.32 times 12-month forward PE, just marginally away from 8.31 times for Sesa Sterlite , currently the cheapest in the 30-member Sensex.

India-born Satya Nadella likely to be named next Microsoft CEO
Corporate

India-born Satya Nadella likely to be named next Microsoft CEO

Nadella, who joined Microsoft in 1992, is executive vice president of Microsoft's Cloud and Enterprise group, responsible for building and running the company's computing platforms, developer tools and cloud services.

No need for shareholder consent for Gujarat plant decision: Maruti Chairman Bhargava
Corporate

No need for shareholder consent for Gujarat plant decision: Maruti Chairman Bhargava

investors, who allege corporate governance issues and fear loss of manufacturing margins, should pause before beginning a panic selling of the Maruti stock

Tata Motors' MD Karl Slym passes away in Bangkok
Business

Tata Motors' MD Karl Slym passes away in Bangkok

Tata Motors said on Sunday that Managing Director Karl Slym had died in Bangkok after a fall.

Infosys shares hit record high but concerns over senior exits continue
Business

Infosys shares hit record high but concerns over senior exits continue

The third quarter result of Infosys, the country's second largest software exporter, has given rise to hope that the company, once considered a bellwether, is on track to get its mojo back.

Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover posts record car sales in 2013
Business

Tata-owned Jaguar Land Rover posts record car sales in 2013

India has emerged as one of the fastest growing markets for Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), which posted record sales for 2013 as the iconic British luxury brands sold 425,000 cars worldwide.

How 'Murthy magic' helped Infosys beat St expectations in Q3
Business

How 'Murthy magic' helped Infosys beat St expectations in Q3

Revising its guidance upwards once again, the global software major Friday said its consolidated revenue would grow 12 percent in dollar terms this fiscal (FY 2014).