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Arunachalee shuttler Laa Talar will represent India at Badminton Asia Championship starting Tuesday in Kudos, Indonesia. Talar is among four Indian players selected to participate in the Boys U-17 singles in the six-day championship.
Within a span of less than three months, two companies have withdrawn their initial public offerings, together worth over Rs 200 crore, amid sluggish investor sentiments. Garments manufacturer Scotts Garments withdrew its public offer last week after
attracted strong investor demand, with the issue getting subscribed 40 times on its final day. The issue generated demand worth about Rs 19,000 crore (Rs 190 billion). Meanwhile, Bharti Infratel's mega IPO, which opened on Tuesday, got off to a
In its guidelines for submission of IPO (Initial Public Offer) applications through a nationwide network of brokers, physically or electronically, market regulator Sebi has made provisions for payment of a commission to such brokers by the IPO-bound
Issuers may also have to provide investors an exit option if price falls below a certain level, post-listing...According to a person familiar with the development, the proposal is likely to be discussed by the Sebi board when it meets on August 16.
The Republic azcentral.com Arizona's superintendent of public instruction should have classroom experience and should not be an elected official, some Paradise Valley Unified School board members say. "It seems absolutely ludicrous to me to create
The Republic azcentral.com The Fountain Hills Unified School District will be posting the job of interim superintendent while it searches for a permanent leader for its schools. Time is tight for the governing board, which voted in January to not
The Arizona Republic Donna Davis will step down as chief executive of the Arizona Small Business Association, pushing the organization to search for new leadership...We wish her well in her new endeavors and look forward to a smooth transition.
The Arizona Republic Gilbert Public Schools governing board President Lily Tram said she will continue asking for a consensus before placing items on the agenda for future consideration despite a claim last week that the vote violates the state's
The Arizona Republic When roughly 25,000 students in the Dysart Unified School District return to school next week, they will all receive new schedules, new supplies and - whether they read it or not - the latest edition of the district's student