He had studied aeronautical engineering in Britain before returning home as an officer in the Indian army.
By the time he joined his father-in-law's business in 1960, real estate development work had dried up completely. Instead the company tied up with two U.S. firms to manufacture electric motors and automotive batteries.
He founded Bharatiya Jnanpith on February 18, 1944, and Since 1965 Bharatiya Jnanpith has been awarding Annual Literary Award Jnanpith Award .
Nehru had nominated him a member to represent the young industrialists on the first National Planning Committee which the Indian National Congress had established in October, 1938 for preparing a plan for country's industrial expansion.
We have a famous B-school beeing named after him in mumbai.
V.K Krishna Menon , then Indian high commissioner to UK in year 1948, by-passed protocol to sign a deal worth Rs. 80 lakh with a foreign firm for the purchase of Army vehicle. This was one of the first Scam of free India?
Mundhra Mess of 1958 happened, when LIC under the centre’s pressure bought shares worth Rs 1.2 Crore in firms owned by Haridas Mundhra to bail himout of a crunch. The case compelled, the then finance minister to resign, name this very famous finance minister?
"I am without car and without specific qualification but I am able to be Technical director of Maruti. Yes I have connection with London, Switzerland and Italy. Who are you to know all these?"
C.S. Ramakrishnan and a group of businessmen close to P.V. Narasimha Rao took Rs 133 Cr from the Govt of India , for the import of two lakh tonne of urea , which was never delivered. Thus was Urea scam was done , C.S. Ramakrishnan was the MD of which company ?
In 1974, a popular student movement started by Morbi Engg College Student lead to the downfall of the Chimanbhai Patel Govt in Gujrat . This Nav Nirman movement started after the hostel mess was jacked up following the increase of the price of which agriculture commodity?
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In the context of Hindu mythology, this term is, a treasure, constituted of nine treasures belonging to Kubera (also spelt as Kuvera), the god of wealth. Today the term has given rise to the oldest form of institutionalised banking in the Southern part of the country. And the 200-odd of them do about Rs 2,500 crore of business. A few of them are more than 100 years old such as the Egmore Benefit Fund, and the Nungambakkam Saswatha Dhana Rakshaka ___.
In 1943 they places an ad in the National Medical Journal which reads: "'Don't smoke' is advice hard for patients to swallow. May we suggest instead 'Smoking___?' Tests showed three out of every four cases of smokers' cough cleared on changing to our product. Why not observe the results for yourself?"
In 2007, Mickinsey came out with a report named as “ The Bird of Gold: The Rise of Indian Consumer market”. This report said that India was readying itself for the ‘golden era’. This report inspired which company to launch there Ad campaigns ?
“ Patterson, who shows up in the business histories as the father of modern salesmanship, was infact my business grandfather”. This was said by Mr. X , whose father worked for John Henry Patterson. He also worked as the US ambassador to Russia from 1979-1981
Frederick J. Kelly is credited with creating this concept in 1914 at the University of Kansas. One of the first uses was to assess the capabilities of World War I military recruits. Today it is used in education testing, in elections ,in market research, and many other areas.
One of the earliest examples of it was developed in 1893 by Nikola Tesla, and described in his patent, Method of an Apparatus for Controlling Mechanism of Moving Vehicle or Vehicles . Also the first airplane model on this concept flew in 1932, and the concept was used for military purposes in WW2. What are we talking about ?