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Tata Sons says Docomo cannot seize its British assets

Tata Sons says Docomo cannot seize its British assets

The company also said that though it has time till August 2, it hopes to deposit the entire amount of USD 1.17 billion with the registrar of the Delhi High Court by tomorrow.

India plans to block Tata Sons' arbitration payment to NTT Docomo
India can do more to improve ease of doing business: US official
India can do more to improve ease of doing business: US official

"One of the things that would help attract Smart Capital is a bilateral investment treaty," Wally said.

Taxman out of control: Jaitley right to call it insubordination
Taxman out of control: Jaitley right to call it insubordination

Arun Jaitley has done well to term the move of senior tax officials in Mumbai ‘an act...

AUTOMOBILES

Mercedes rejects claims about 'misleading' self-driving car ads
Mercedes rejects claims about 'misleading' self-driving car ads

Mercedes-Benz has defended an advertising campaign for its new E-Class against allegations that consumers were being misled about the car's self-driving capabilities, the latest backlash by consumer groups in the wake of a fatal Tesla accident.

TECHNOLOGY

Chrome chat app puts Facebook, Skype, WhatsApp all in one window
Chrome chat app puts Facebook, Skype, WhatsApp all in one window

The new web-based service enables users to keep track of their messages and interact with their contacts from different platforms in a single window.

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JOBS & EDUCATION

Delhi High Court dismisses private schools' review plea on fee hike
Delhi High Court dismisses private schools' review plea on fee hike

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a review petition against its earlier order that no private unaided school allotted land by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) shall raise fee without prior sanction of the Education Department.

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TRAVEL

NZ looks to attract more tourists with Rotorua Mud Festival
NZ looks to attract more tourists with Rotorua Mud Festival

A festival of a different kind is about to be added to the New Zealand international events’ calendar in the form of the Rotorua Mud Festival. Rotorua Lakes Council has launched a new festival celebrating Rotorua’s geothermal and volcanic environment.

Horoscope: By Peter Vidal

Today ( 28 Jul )This Week ( 24 Jul - 30 Jul )

SAGITTARIUS After a lot of near misses or false starts, you may finally be about to achieve a cherished goal. The first requirement, though, is to sort out the continuing complications dogging your financial affairs. In matters of… read more