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Surf Village Developer Considering the Coachella Valley - The Rilington Group Engaged as Development Manager

Hawaii-based real estate development company, Honokea Surf Villages & Resorts, is looking to add a new ‘surf village’ concept to the Coachella Valley’s growing list of attractions. 902 more words

The Rilington Group

TOP CORPORATE NEWS : 21 March, 2017

Havells India commences production at plant in Assam
Havells India has announced that it has commenced the commercial production at its plant in Assam.
Havells India announced that it has commenced the commercial production at its plant situated at District-Kamrup (Rural), Assam, with effect from 20 March 2017. 388 more words

Telecom battlefield and the Idea -Vodafone merger: The fineprint decoded : 21 Mar 2017

Aditya Birla-owned Idea Cellular and Vodafone India announced plans to merge the two entities, thereby creating the country’s largest telecom operator with nearly 35% market share. 538 more words

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TOP CORPORATE NEWS : 20 March, 2017

Capital infusion in PSU banks
The government’s Rs8,586 crore capital infusion in 10 weak public sector banks (PSBs) in the current fiscal year is based on their meeting strict milestones, including raising capital from other sources and curtailing employee benefits. 487 more words

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Rupee hits one-year high of 65.4: Where is it headed? : 16 Mar 2017

Rupee hit a one-year high of of 65.4 against the USD, up 29 paise over its previous close. With a rally of over 3.4% in calendar year 2017, the rupee is the third best performing currency in Asia against the USD (sixth best among key world currencies) , behind South Korean Won and the Taiwan Dollar that have appreciated 5.44% and 4.95%, respectively. 606 more words