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Mahindra's Ssangyong defaults on loan repayment worth $55 million

15 Dec 2020

Mahindra's Ssangyong defaults on loan repayment worth $55 million

Mahindra has announced that its South Korean unit, Ssangyong Motor Co., has failed to repay a loan worth 60 billion won (approximately $55 million).

Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal registers new company with IIT batchmate

21 Dec 2018

Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal registers new company with IIT batchmate

Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal, along with investment banker Ankit Agarwal, has registered a new company - BAC Acquisitions Private Limited - according to data from the Registrar of Companies.

Ripple co-founder now richer than Oracle, Google co-founders!

05 Jan 2018

Ripple co-founder now richer than Oracle, Google co-founders!

The meteoric rise of Ripple cryptocurrency, XRP, made Ripple Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Chris Larsen one of the US's top five richest people.

Madhya Pradesh college turns toilet into storeroom, leaves girls helpless

18 Sep 2017

Madhya Pradesh college turns toilet into storeroom, leaves girls helpless

An undergraduate college in Madhya Pradesh's Panna district has put at stake the health and safety of its 450 girl students by converting its only washroom into a storeroom.

What can happen to SRK in the FEMA violation case?

21 Jul 2017

What can happen to SRK in the FEMA violation case?

Bollywood's King Khan got a show cause notice by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday, asking him to appear on August 23 in a foreign exchange violation adjudication case linked with his Kolkata Knight Riders team in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Deutsche Bank reaches $7.2 billion settlement with US regulators

23 Dec 2016

Deutsche Bank reaches $7.2 billion settlement with US regulators

Deutsche Bank has reached a settlement of $7.2 billion with the Department of Justice in the US (DoJ) over an investigation into the mortgage-backed securities.

Computers are not emotionally intelligent? Think again

03 Dec 2016

Computers are not emotionally intelligent? Think again

While popular opinion holds that computers are incapable of being emotionally intelligent, evidence suggests that new technology might already have a higher emotional intelligence (EQ) than human beings.