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Pratik Chatriwala offers to Sell & Nitai Dey Offers to Buy Non Traded Shares

WE BUYING DELISTED SHARE==

  1. ESSAR STEEL
  2. PHILIPS INDIA
  3. NIRMA
  4. CADBURY
  5. MSTC
  6. TATA TECHNO
  7. TATA SONS

PHYSICAL SHARE—-
CALL—-NITAI DEY—9474653801
EMAIL—-deynitai@gmail.com

For Sale

  1. Aravali Industries Ltd – 200 Shares…
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Sellers

UN Human Rights Lawyer Interview

Q.1 Could you please introduce yourself, professionally and academically, to our readers?

At present, I am working as an Eligibility Associate with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees at Bangkok, Thailand and previously, completed two years with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees at New Delhi, India. 1,825 more words

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Water Research Professional Interview

Original Link :

https://vtnews.vt.edu/articles/2014/12/121114-dsa-gradroy.html

Please tell us about yourself. How did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and unique career?

Virginia Tech graduate student Siddhartha Roy is passionate about water issues facing the world. 391 more words

Engineering

Reading Material [Notes & Files]

This is a small experimental effort to make available study material to all students. The Material Listed here is only for academic purpose. Only students with Nirma University ID can access the links. 30 more words

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The Rise & Fall of Nirma

“Washing powder Nirma, Washing Powder Nirma”, this jingle can make every 90s kid go down the nostalgia lane. Nirma, an FMCG company, once a successful brand and a strong rival of Hindustan Lever limited (Currently named as Hindustan Unilever (HUL)), still maintains a strong brand image in the minds of Indian consumers. 612 more words

Business Dimension

First Institute Seminar 2017 at IMNU - Mr. Sreejith Hrishikesh, VP – Operations, Zoomcar India

The Institute Lecture Series for the Academic Year 2017-19 at the Institute of Management, Nirma University successfully kicked off with its first lecture on ‘Operations Management in a Startup Culture’. 539 more words

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