Saif Ali Khan had recently said in an interview that he was nervous and sceptical about his daughter choosing acting as a career. In fact, Sridevi, whose daughter Jhanvi will soon make her Bollywood debut, supported Saif's statement saying that she would have preferred her daughter to be happily married rather than a career in films. The former actress reportedly considered it as a damaging statement given that Sara is set to embark on a film career.
When you think of the chief of India's largest bank, you would imagine numbers that are beyond mental calculations and need calculators to fathom right? Well, not so much! In fact, SBI chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya took home Rs 28.96 lakh last fiscal, which might generally sound like a big amount but is extremely low when compared with the remuneration of the heads of private banks. For instance, ICICI Bank MD and CEO Chanda Kochhar received a basic salary of Rs. 2.66 crore last fiscal apart from the Rs. 2.2 crore performance bonus.
Salman Khan starrer Tubelight, which also stars Sohail Khan, performs unexpectedly on Eid. Well, when it comes to Salman Khan films, the sky is the limit and this time again, the expectations were quite high. Tubelight collected Rs 20.75 crore net approx on day one and Rs 19.75 crore (197.5 million) net approx on day 2. Eid surely did not turn up a good day for Salman Khan starrer.
Global search engine giant Google and Microsoft are said to be among the major global and domestic companies in Hyderabad said to be affected after the Telangana government initiated a series of legal cases questioning the legitimacy of the ownership of land holdings, according to an Economic Times report on Monday. The legitimacy of both private and government-auctioned land holdings have been called into question by the government, ET reported. The financial daily said that the latest episode that has triggered a fresh wave of panic among investors is the largest land scam in Telangana involving hundreds of acres valued at at least Rs 15,000 crore.
Under GST, most two-wheelers will attract a tax rate of 28 percent which would be less than the current tax of around 30 percent.