HarperCollins to publish Modi's letters to mother goddess
"In Modi's writings there was the enthusiasm of a youngster and the passion to usher in change. But every few months, he would tear up the pages and consign them to a bonfire. The pages of one diary, dating back to 1986, survived, however. These are now available in English for the very first time," a HarperCollins statement said.
HarperCollins to acquire Egmont Books
HarperCollins Publishers on Wednesday announced that it will acquire Egmont Books UK Ltd., as well as t...
Former RBI governor Patel pens book on dealing with NPA issue
Titled 'Overdraft: Saving the Indian Saver', the book focuses on the non-perfor...
Spying claims are latest twist in Germany's Wirecard thriller
Once a darling of the fintech scene, the payments provider filed for insolvency in June after being forced to admit that 1.9 billion euros ($2.1 billion) missing from its accounts likely did not exist.
Germany to sever ties with accounting watchdog
Bild am Sonntag newspaper reported earlier on Sunday that the Justice and Finance Ministries would on Monday cut ties with the FREP, a quasi-private entity that supervises the financial statements of listed firms. “We have reached an agreement with the Finance Ministry to terminate the contract,” said the Justice Ministry official.
Hundreds run riot in Germany's Stuttgart: Police
Tensions built up shortly after midnight over police checks on drug taking by people who had gathered close to the city's biggest square, the Schlossplatz. Clashes then broke out, as the groups went on the rampage, using sticks or poles to smash windows of police vehicles parked in the area. Police estimated that around 500 people were involved in the riot.
Aye Finance raises Rs 125 cr from Germany-based investor
Aye has raised over Rs 690 core in equity and over Rs 2,000 crore in debt through various debt instruments till date.
Germany is first major economy to phase out coal and nuclear
The plan is part of Germany's 'energy transition' - an effort to wean Europe's biggest economy off planet-warming fossil fuels and generate all of the country's considerable energy needs from renewable sources. Achieving that goal is made harder than in comparable countries such as France and Britain because of Germany's existing commitment to also phase out nuclear power by the end of 2022.
How Berkshire Hathaway may have been snookered in Germany
The case showed that even one of the shrewdest investors in the world can be hoodwinked.
Exclusive: 'I wish I hadn’t handled the Bachchan (Bofors) case'
UK-based Sarosh Zaiwalla, who represented the Bachchans, says the case led to personal and professional turmoil.
No announcement on withdrawal of troops from Germany: White House
White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany made the comments at a press conference on Monday while responding to media reports that Trump has decided to withdraw thousands of US troops from Germany, a NATO ally.
Google to pay some publishers in Australia, Brazil, Germany for content
The U.S. internet giant has for years tried to fend off demands for payment from news publishers worldwide in return for using their content, with European media groups among their fiercest critics.
Wipro receives multi-year deal from Germany-based energy company
The Bengaluru-headquartered tech services major said it would transform E.ON’s legacy data centre operations to hybrid cloud model by leveraging its BoundaryLess Enterprise framework and Wipro HOLMES, an artificial intelligence and automation platform.
Germany climbing out of economic slump: Central bank chief Jens Weidmann
Like nations across Europe, Germany shut schools, shops and sent workers home from mid-March to halt transmission of the coronavirus. The impact of the health crisis has pushed the economy into a deep recession believed to be the worst since World War II.
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