#Taiwan Special Report: क्या है चीन के खिलाफ भारत, ऑस्ट्रेलिया, जापान और अमेरिका का ज्वाइंट ‘मिसाइल प्रोग्राम’ #Taiwan Taiwan को धमकाने चीन ने भेजे फाइटर जेट लेकिन उल्टा पड़ा दांव, ताइवान ने तैनात किया मिसाइल #Taiwan सीमा विवाद के चलते भारत ने चीनी इंजीनियरों पर लगाए वीजा प्रतिबंध, ताइवानी कंपनियों को नुकसान #Taiwan साउथ चायना सी में जंग के हालात, चीन की चेतावनी के बीच अमेरिका ने दो जंगी जहाजों से दागे गोले #Taiwan चीनी राष्ट्रपति जिनपिंग ने दिए ‘युद्ध की तैयारी’ के आदेश, भारतीय सीमा पर तोपों की तैनाती में जुटी PLA #Taiwan Special Report: किसानों पर बोलने वाले Hollywood की हांगकांग-ताइवान पर घिघ्घी क्यों बंध जाती है? क्विक अलर्ट के लिए अभी सब्सक्राइव करें तमिलनाडु चुनाव से ठीक पहले AIADMK चीफ शशिकला ने राजनीति से लिया संन्यास View Sample क्विक अलर्ट के लिए नोटिफिकेशन ऑन करें For Daily Alerts जरूर पढ़ें 25 min ago अनुराग और तापसी से 11 घंटे पूछताछ, आज भी ... » Learn More about लाइव करते-करते अचानक सो गई इनफ्लुएंसर, तेजी से बढ़े व्यूज और हुई अच्छी कमाई
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Mumbai: Zomato , the food-delivery app poised to be the first among a growing tribe of Indian tech startups eyeing a listing this year, is expected to raise $750 million to $1 billion through its initial public offering (IPO), said two people familiar with the development. But unlike traditional IPOs, no investor is likely to exit or take money off the table by selling their shares. Deepinder Goyal, co-founder and chief executive officer of Zomato, told employees this week that the IPO will most probably be a 100% primary offering, keeping in mind the long-term upshot that the investors expect from the stock. This means the company will end up raising more capital, rather than shareholders offloading stock in the open market, Goyal said. "No existing shareholder is willing to sell any shares in our IPO… People think that Zomato will be a $50 billion company in five years (I hope) and it will be unwise to sell shares right now,” Goyal said at a recent town hall. ET has ... » Learn More about Zomato on course for $1 billion IPO without investor exits
There is no conceivable reason for any big power to put road blocks on the path of an India-Pakistan normalisation process, asserts Ambassador M K Bhadrakumar. IMAGE: An Indian soldier keeps guard from a bunker near the border with Pakistan in Abdullian, southwest of Jammu. Photograph: Mukesh Gupta/Reuters The extraordinary joint statement ( external link ) last Friday at the level of the directors generals of military operations of India and Pakistan came like a bolt from the blue. Of course, it is preposterous to contemplate that the Indian Army went out on a limb without political directive, or that some 'grand bargain' involving India, China and Pakistan is unfolding. From such a premise, what needs to be understood is as regards the Indian calculus. The government is taking time to voice an official opinion on Friday's development even after Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan's tweets ( external link ) on Saturday. But actions speak better than words and ... » Learn More about Is Modi weighing his options on Pakistan?
Zhou Bajun says special administrative region's top officials must design city's development strategy with that of the country as a whole Xia Baolong, vice-chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference and head of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council, made a keynote speech at a high-level symposium on Hong Kong affairs on February 22. In his speech, Xia, on behalf of the central government, elaborated on the fundamental principle of "patriots governing Hong Kong", which is crucial to the faithful implementation of "one country, two systems" in Hong Kong. Xia stressed that the institutional framework must be improved and effective methods formulated to ensure that members of the executive, legislative and judicial organs of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and chief officials of its major statutory bodies are genuine patriots. Some questioned this requirement by asking, if Hong Kong's major statutory ... » Learn More about ‘Patriots governing HK’ strengthens its status
The High Court has sentenced Sircilla Collector D. Krishna Bhaskar, the then Joint Collector (now Collector of Wanaparthy) Yashmin Basha and Land Acquisition Officer/ Revenue Divisional Officer N. Srinivas Rao to undergo a simple imprisonment of three months and pay a fine of ₹2,000 in a contempt case. They shall also pay costs of ₹ 10,000 to each of the petitioners within four weeks. The sentence of imprisonment imposed on the respondents is suspended for six weeks. An adverse entry shall be recorded in the service records of the respondents as regards their wilful disobedience of the orders dated 12.10.2018 passed by this court in Writ Petition number 37623 of 2018, read the order. The order issued by Justice M.S. Ramachandar Rao was dated February 25, 2021. As many as 15 petitioners from the Anantagiri village in Illantakunta mandal of Rajanna Sircilla district approached the High Court alleging that their lands were inundated by Anantagiri reservoir despite interim orders ... » Learn More about HC orders imprisonment of two Collectors, RDO
At a time when a British court has ordered the extradition of diamantaire Nirav Modi to India to stand trial in a Rs 13,500 crore bank fraud after dismissing arguments of his "mental health concerns," saying they are not unusual in a man in his circumstances, while that of billionaire Vijay Mallya, also accused of financial crimes, hangs in the balance, a new book delves into 12 extraordinary cases over seven decades that have seen London emerge as a safe haven for those who want to escape the law in India and unravels the legal quagmire that has caused much debate in Her Majesty's courts - and consternation in New Delhi's corridors of power. In 'Escaped: True Stories of Indian Fugitives in London' (Penguin), Danish Khan and Ruhi Khan, through eyewitness accounts and archival records, delve into these 12 cases to decode why London is an irresistible siren for Indian fugitives. More than throwing the spotlight on the ultra-luxe worlds of Modi and Mallya, the book also uncovers the ... » Learn More about On the trail of 12 Indian fugitives who fled to London
Video Player Close LA PAZ, March 3 (Xinhua) -- Bolivia will enter a so-called "electoral silence" period starting at midnight on Thursday, with a ban on political campaigning or propagandizing ahead of Sunday's regional elections, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) confirmed Wednesday. TSE Vice President Maria Angelica Ruiz told Xinhua that the electoral law establishes the "electoral silence" period, with the purpose to allow the people to reflect on their vote without receiving political messages. Ruiz explained that the electoral norm stipulates that the diffusion of propaganda outside of the established term will lead to "immediate suspension," as well as to economic sanctions, for both the political organization and the media that diffuses it. In Bolivia's regional elections, nine governors, about 337 mayors, over 270 departmental legislators and over 2,000 councilors will be elected for the next five years by over 7.1 million eligible voters. Ruiz also pointed ... » Learn More about Bolivia to enter “electoral silence” period ahead of Sunday’s regional elections