Daily Archives: July 6, 2019
The government may be willing to completely exit loss-making Air India during the sell-off process, although a final decision will be taken by a panel of ministers, a top official indicated on Saturday. The government recently restarted the process to sell Air India after putting it on hold last year due to poor response, although volatility in crude prices was cited as the reason.
Undoubtedly, Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and Indian cricket team skipper Virat Kohli are a made-for-each-other. Time and again Virat has accredited his success and well-being to his beloved wife Anushka.
Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar will be sharing screen space for the third time in their film ‘Bala’. Also, this will be his second film with Yami Gautam. Ayushmann will be playing the character of a man dealing with premature balding. Announcing the wrap of the film shoot, Ayushmann shared videos of him dancing and cake cutting from the wrap-up bash.
The round-robin league stage of the ICC World Cup 2019 went down to the wire to decide the top two positions. Table-toppers India will take on 2015 finalist and fourth-placed New Zealand in the first semi-final of the tournament on Tuesday (July 9) at Old Trafford in Manchester. Second-placed Australia will face hosts England in the second semi-final on Thursday (July 11) at Edgbaston.
‘Baahubali’ director S.S. Rajamouli is one of the most celebrated filmmakers of our nation. And currently, he is gearing up for the upcoming film ‘RRR’ which based on freedom fighters Alluri Seetharama and Komaram Bheem.
The government and RBI will finalise plans for the country’s first overseas sovereign bond issue by September, the finance secretary said on Saturday. He added that overseas money markets flush with funds are on the lookout for better investment returns and India would command rates comparable with major countries despite its low credit rating.
Punjab National Bank (PNB) on Saturday reported a fraud of over Rs 3,800 crore by Bhushan Power and Steel. The exposure of Rs 3,800 crore includes domestic exposure of Rs 3,200 at its Chandigarh branch, overseas exposure of Rs 345 crore at the bank’s Dubai branch and Rs 268 crore at its Hong Kong branch, the bank said. The companies are facing multiple investigations after their failure to repay loans to banks.