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Madhuri Dixit launches music of 'Gulaab Gang'

New Delhi, February 1 : Madhuri Dixit has launched the music of her upcoming film 'Gulaab Gang' in Varanasi.Speaking at the event organized in collaboration with Amar Ujala's 'Beti hi bachayegi' campaign, the 46-year-old 'Devdas' star said, "The belief of Rajjo's character in the film Gulaab Gang is that daughters will be the only saviour, which is what Amar Ujala is trying to say through this campaign...
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Entertainment | City : New Delhi

Maheshwari group consolidates stake in Amar Ujala

After buying out global private equity major DE Shaw's stake, the Maheshwari family has further consolidated its holding in Amar Ujala Publications by acquiring 14 per cent stake from Ashok Agarwal and family.Rajul Maheshwari, managing director of the company that publishes Hindi daily Amar Ujala, along with his family and friends, has acquired this 14 per cent stake for an estimated value of Rs 150...
Source : Ndtv |
Category : Others | City : New Delhi

Greece Won’t Need Third Rescue on Recovery: Stournaras

cookies.Yannis Stournaras, Greece's finance minister, poses for a photograph following aYannis Stournaras, Greece's finance minister, poses for a photograph following a Bloomberg Television interview in Athens, Greece, on Monday, March 31, 2014.Yannis Stournaras, Greece's finance minister, poses for a photograph following a Bloomberg Television interview in Athens, Greece, on Monday, March 31, 2014.,...
Source : Bloomberg |
Category : International

Eurozone unemployment at record high

Eurozone unemployment at record high and Greece downgraded out of the developed world… but America says it is Germany’s faultThe number of unemployed in the 17-nation eurozone reached a record high in September as the bloc's nascent recovery failed to generate jobs, official data revealed today.The news came as S&P Dow Jones Indices said that Greece no longer classifies as a developed market and the...
Source : dailymail |
Category : International

British far-right leader courts European allies, in Greece to back jailed party leader

British far-right leader courts European allies, in Greece to back jailed party leaderLeader of the far-right British National Party Nick Griffin uses his camera during a news conference in Athens on Friday, Jan. 10. 2014. Griffin, a member of the European Parliament, was in Athens to support Greece's extreme right Golden Dawn Party which is planning to challenge European Court of Human Rights against...
Source : Fox News |
Category : Others

Greece says EU presidency proves it is `normal`

Athens: Greece on Monday wrapped up its leadership of the rotating EU presidency by claiming the six-month stint had proved it was a "normal country" capable of managing its finances."There was tight management (of expenses) this is an impressively positive result," Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos told a news conference."Our main goal was to show that Greece is a normal, equal member-state (of...
Source : Zeenews |
Category : International

VIDEO: 'Merkel is a great friend of Greece'

Greece's Health Minister, Adonis Georgiadis, has told BBC HARDtalk that after three years of strong austerity measures Greek society "cannot tolerate it any more.""Angela Merkel and the German people are great friends of Greece," he said, and added "we will give the money back to the Germans when we can."Greece has seen fresh public sector strikes as Greece's international creditors - the so-called...
Source : BBC |
Category : International

IMF board approves $4.6 billion in aid for Greece

IMF has so far lent Greece about $15.8 billion under a four-year programme, meant to help Athens recover from a sovereign debt crisis, rebuild its economy and return to markets.Greece is set to receive $4.6 billion from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) after the institution’s board has signed off on the latest review of Greece’s rescue package.The disbursement comes after the IMF and Greece’s...
Source : Khaleej Times |
Category : Business

Greece Able to Call Its Own Tune

Things Are Starting to Look Better for Greece, One of Europe's Most Troubled EconomiesThe euro crisis started in Greece, and it won't be over until doubts over Greece's prospects are erased.That this is still some way off was clear from Greece's latest bailout review, the longest and most attritional yet. After seven months of haggling, the troika of official lenders—the European Commission, the European...
Source : WSJ |
Category : Others

Greek government to submit draft budget to Parliament

taHammered by a financial crisis, Greece has been dependent on rescue loans from other European Union countries and the International Monetary Fund since 2010.ATHENS, GREECE: Greece's government is to submit to Parliament a preliminary draft for the 2014 budget that is expected to show a gradual improvement in public finances.Hammered by a financial crisis, Greece has been dependent on rescue loans...
Source : The Economic Times |
Category : International
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