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A flooded street in Kurla, Mumbai in August 2020.(shutterstock)

Review: Rivers Remember by Krupa Ge and Flood and Fury by Viju B

Hindustan Times | By Sudhirendar Sharma
UPDATED ON AUG 24, 2020 06:38 PM IST
Two recent books acquire a fresh significance at a time when different parts of the country are battling serious floods
A flooded street in Kurla, Mumbai in August 2020.(Shutterstock)
A flooded street in Kurla, Mumbai in August 2020.(Shutterstock)

Review: Rivers Remember by Krupa Ge and Flood and Fury by Viju B

Hindustan Times | By Sudhirendar Sharma
UPDATED ON AUG 24, 2020 06:38 PM IST
Two recent books acquire a fresh significance at a time when different parts of the country are battling serious floods
General Electric has denied the charge of accounting fraud saying the 175-page report contained false statements.(AP Photo)
General Electric has denied the charge of accounting fraud saying the 175-page report contained false statements.(AP Photo)

General Electric engaged in $38 billion fraud, ‘bigger than Enron’: Report

San Francisco | By Indo Asian News Service
UPDATED ON AUG 17, 2019 02:10 PM IST
Investigator Harry Markopolos in his report accused General Electric of utilising many of the same accounting tricks as Enron did to mislead the investors.
Rajesh Purshottam (standing) with his team member Juhi Desai, R&D manager at his office in NCL innovation park on Tuesday.(Pratham Gokhale/HT Photo)
Rajesh Purshottam (standing) with his team member Juhi Desai, R&D manager at his office in NCL innovation park on Tuesday.(Pratham Gokhale/HT Photo)

Pune-based innovator helps to see grey matter in desi light

Hindustan Times, Pune | By Namita Shibad
UPDATED ON JAN 27, 2019 03:14 PM IST
Curiosity about human performance pushed Rajesh Purushottam to build NeuroshieldTM, a neuro diagnostic tool
Apple Inc. signage hangs outside of the company's Williamsburg store in the Brooklyn borough of New York, US.(Mark Kauzlarich/Bloomberg)
Apple Inc. signage hangs outside of the company's Williamsburg store in the Brooklyn borough of New York, US.(Mark Kauzlarich/Bloomberg)

As Apple claws toward $1 trillion, ghost of past giants haunt it

Bloomberg | By Adam Haigh and Garfield Reynolds
UPDATED ON AUG 02, 2018 09:27 AM IST
The role of most valuable company has been short-lived for some who have worn the crown. Microsoft lost $370 billion in value in 2000 as it tumbled from its perch and only regained its 1999 market-cap peak last October.
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