|Binny Bansal's exit: Flipkart staff shocked, but see business as usual|
"Everyone is surprised since there was no buzz of anything like this within the organisation," a current employee said, adding that usually hints of such developments make it to the corridors of the company. Binny's departure is not expected to change things much. A former executive noted that Binny was due to transition out of the company anyway.
|Zee promoters ready to sell half of their 42% stake|
Among the names that are already doing the rounds as potential buyers are Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries, which is on the hunt for content to feed Jio, US cable giant Comcast, Alibaba, Apple and Google.
|Denying Kosovo boxer a visa could hurt India|
Sadiku and two coaches from Kosovo have not been granted visas because the Indian government doesn’t recognise their nation — a disputed territory in south-eastern Europe. The 19-year-old from Prishtina in Kosovo also holds an Albanian passport and applied for visa at the Indian embassy in Serbia, as India doesn’t have an embassy in Kosovo.
|SC to review Sabarimala verdict in January|
A five-judge bench led by CJI Ranjan Gogoi set January 22 for hearing 49 petitions requesting a relook at the controversial verdict which set off mass protests in Kerala as well as a debate on the court’s competence to interfere with religious traditions.
|Deepika, Ranveer's wedding will take place here|
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s mehendi ceremony took place today. Both Ranveer and Deepika wore outfits designed by Sabyasachi.
|Sajjad Lone could be BJP’s choice for J&K CM|
The affinity between the saffron party and Sajjad Lone had been building up for some time, political observers say. Since the fall of Mehbooba Mufti government, BJP's Ram Madhav has met Lone several times, most recently accepting an invitation to dine with him to celebrate the clinching of the Srinagar mayor post by the PC.
|India is your best destination: PM to Fintech firms|
PM Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that financial inclusion has become a reality for 1.3 billion Indians as he pitched India as a favourite destination for investment at the Fintech Festival in Singapore. Modi said through Aadhaar and cellphones, his government has launched Jan Dhan Yojana and opened 330 million new bank accounts in three years.