What can be more fearsome than the accounting link to Genghis Khan?
One of the top stories about `accountant' is that DNA research has linked a US accountant to the thirteenth century Mongol leader Genghis Khan. His image in most of the world is that of a ruthless bloodthirsty conqueror, notes Wikipedia. ...
Patience on the plane
IN India if your flight is delayed and you are forced to sit out the delay in the aircraft, what would be your first reaction? Chances are that you would not sit quietly and bear the discomfort. Instead, you ...
On a mindless, destructive trip down the Narmada
One morning on a motorboat journey from Rampura village to Dhavdikund on the Narmada river, we heard the first sounds of some blasting. Our boatman Raju and Roshanlal Yadav told us it was dynamite used by fishermen to kill fish making the catch ...
BOOKS OF ACCOUNT
No more `chalta hai'
Welcome to The Co-operative Bank, UK (www.co-operativebank.co.uk), an institution that traces its origins back to 1872. "In 1992 The Co-operative Bank became the world's first bank to introduce a customer-led Ethical Policy." The ...
EAR TO THE GROUND
Lupin loses on disappointing Q4 nos
Disappointing fourth quarter results seemed to have forced investors to trim their holdings in Lupin Ltd. The company's shares have come down 20.86 per cent from early this month (Rs 1,275) to Rs 1,009.0 on the BSE. On Wednesday, ...
Gokaldas survives bear onslaught
Shares of Gokaldas Exports, a leading garment exporter, rose by Rs 18.30 (over 3.02 per cent) to Rs 624 on Wednesday even as prices of most other stocks fell. Dealers said that the company was expected to do well following an estimated 20 per ...
Metal, FMCGs bear the maximum loss
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