Nirav Modi and his uncle Mehul Choksi are the main accused in the PNB scam and they both left India before the details of the fraud came to light in January 2018.
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His application came three days after Nirav Modi was arrested in London
Barrister Ben Keith, of 5 St Andrew’s Hill, who specialises in extradition cases and has three clients wanted by the government of India, all of whom are out on bail, said on Friday: “I am surprised he was not given bail. He was arrested unexpectedly so may not have had the bail security ready.”
"...I deem it appropriate to request the civil judge of Thane to hear the suit and all applications filed therein seeking interim reliefs on March 25," Justice Shinde said.
The move comes following a meeting of the scientific panel of the regulator with the Craft Brewers Association of India (CBAI) earlier this week, where the latter presented its views on the yeast count and said it was difficult to operate under the limits ordered by the regulator.
Singh in his last responsibility was the director of supply chain and distribution strategy in the group.
Amazon has hit on a new way to grab a chunk of the $129 billion digital advertising market now dominated by Google and Facebook: sell video spots on the e-commerce giant’s smartphone shopping app.
The pursuit of science has been to find out why things work the way they do in real life. We are inspired by the same pursuit in retail and no better inspiration that the science of Genomics.
According to the IBEF (India Brand Equity Foundation), India’s retail market is set to grow to USD 1,200 billion by 2021. Whether the growth comes from brick and mortar stores, online platforms or omnichannel, it’s quite clear that the customers will be the ones in the driving seat.
When it comes to the food industry, technology has created waves in the form of takeaways and pickups gaining popularity when considering ordering food. The travel food industry probably won’t be far behind in this aspect.
In the competitive modern-day market, brands need to create strong customer loyalty if they want to survive the multitude of micro- and macro-environmental factors. In spite of recession plaguing brands at a macro-level, and corporate reorganization at the micro-level, loyal consumers will keep returning to the same products, thus creating long term, sustainable business growth.
This ever-expanding ecommerce space is being pegged by experts at $ 4.88 trillion by 2020.
Enter Endless Aisle, which marries the two-shopping experience together. But here is where the retailers frequently commit the common mistakes. Retailers often feel that the easiest way to implement their endless aisle solution is to just replicate their eCommerce website on a tablet or kiosk.
Nirav Modi through his lawyer Anand Doobay had set up an appointment at 9am on March 25 at a central London police station.
‘LeChal’, according to Krispian, helps the visually impaired navigate with the help of high-end sensors and vibration motors embedded inside the pods of soles that guide the wearer in the right direction.
"The company will invest another Rs 15 crore in another three months. The factory is close to Chennai port, thereby facilitating easy exports to our buyers abroad. We are happy to inaugurate our third manufacturing facility in India and production has already begun ,” said John Baby, chief executive officer (CEO), Funskool.
PhonePe will be one of the broadcast co-sponsors of the Indian Premier League (IPL), for which it has spent over Rs 100 crore. It has also roped in actor Aamir Khan as its brand ambassador.
Ray Kelvin, who developed the Ted Baker brand and had been CEO since the company's launch in 1988, resigned last month after an investigation into "forced hugging" and "a culture that leaves harassment unchallenged."
Under the Startup India Action Plan, a Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) initiative, the startups were asked to submit all details related to capital raising and promoters, and if accepted, they get an immunity from future tax demands under section 56(2)viib of the Income Tax Act.
In a rare move, the New York Stock Exchange suspended its "no jeans" policy on Thursday to commemorate the event, transforming the floor from suits and ties into a sea of blue denim, with its traders sporting jeans and denim jackets.
Franchise owners, some of whom were forced to work amid massive snowstorms or in the wake of a family death, have launched a campaign to persuade industry leader 7-Eleven to allow stores to close earlier.
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