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Sebi Relaxes Norms For Lenders Buying Stake In Distressed Companies

Mumbai: Markets regulator Sebi on Wednesday relaxed norms for stake purchase in distressed listed companies by lenders, exempting them from making open offers for shareholders. The relaxation would be subject to certain conditions, including shareholders’ approval of the stake acquisition by way of special resolution. The Sebi decision comes against …

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Infosys Sued In US For ‘Discrimination’ Against Non-South Asian Employees

  BENGALURU:  A former head of immigration at IT major Infosys in the US has filed a lawsuit against the company, accusing it of “discrimination” against non-South Asian employees, and demanded a trial by jury. The law suit filed by Erin Green, before a US district Court in the Eastern …

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Sensex Jumps Over 100 Points; Energy, Pharma Stocks Gain

Indian shares opened higher on Thursday tracking Asian shares, which advanced as oil prices climbed off a 10-month low hit overnight on concerns over a supply glut and falling demand. The BSE Sensex jumped over 130 points to 31,417 while the Nifty50 index gained nearly 35 points to 9,669. Buying …

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Fashion & Trends

Nothing can stop her: Model Melanie Gaydos is breaking all fashion stereotypes

Very few have the courage to challenge societal norms and model Melanie Gaydos is one of them. Born with ectodermal dysplasia, a condition that makes her teeth, nails, pores and bones grow abnormally, Gaydon also has alopecia, and is partially blind too. But all of that did not stop the …

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Fashion & Trends

Rihanna’s Final Manolo Blahnik Collaboration Comes With A Weed Reference

In case you have been living under a rock for the past decade or so, Rihanna is very, very weed-friendly. So much so that she named her latest collaboration with Manolo Blahnik—wait for it—”So Stoned.” That’s our bad gal. Surprisingly, or perhaps not that surprising when you consider the other …

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Fashion & Trends

The 8 pieces of jewellery you should treat yourself to

Meet The Telegraph’s Timeless Style columnist, Anna Harvey: the Ex-Vogue deputy editor, consultant to Princess Diana and author of Timeless Style: dressing well for the rest of your life (£12.89, Double-Barrelled Books).   Anna Harvey I recently read that when the actress Elisabeth Moss won her first Golden Globe, she bought herself a ring – …

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Fashion & Trends

Jewellery tips for the season

Summer is the right time for ushering fabulous fashion trends, be it apparel, jewellery, footwear or accessories. As the mercury soars high, adorning oneself with minimal jewels has become a new trend. Nishant Tulsiani, Director at Anaqa and Parneet Thukral, co-founder at Gioielli have listed few tips:   Tassels are …

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News

GST rates neutral for most segments of the textile industry: ICRA

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council announced rates for the textile and other pending categories on June 3, 2017, moving one step closer to the proposed implementation of the new tax regime with effect from July 1, 2017. While rates for most commodities were announced on May 19, 2017, …

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Fashion & Trends

Selena Gomez Is An Accessories Queen for Her First Coach Campaign

Selena Gomez signed a deal with the famous luxury label Coach back in December, and she’s been making good on it ever since. First up was her delicate starry look at this year’s Met Gala, and now she’s serving up face (and gorgeous handbags) in her first-ever ad campaign for …

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Education

Online Classes for K-12 Students: 10 Research Reports You Need to Know

From Advanced Placement courses offered by state-run virtual schools to credit recovery classes delivered via third-party software, supplemental online education courses have exploded in K-12 education. To help policymakers, administrators, educators, parents,and students make sense of it all, Education Week published an overview explaining the many varieties of online classes …

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