Indian operation

Indian operation

An obsolete technique delineated by Susruta (circa 1000 AD) and others, consisting of cheek or forehead flap rotation for reconstruction of a nose amputated as a punishment for adultery.
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In spite of having invested $7 billion over a decade without generating returns, Maxis owner Ananda Krishnan is still committed to the Indian operation.
Auto Business News-November 28, 2017--Volvo Penta names new VP and head of Indian operation
PARIS: Swiss construction giant LafargeHolcim, the world's largest cement maker, said it had agreed to sell its Indian operation to Indian cosmetics and detergents manufacturer Nirma for $1.
The recent acquisition of the remaining 8% of our Indian operation reaffirms our commitment to strengthening core business interests in line with our Value Creation Plan.
Typically, each office will add the city in which they operate, for instance, FCB Shanghai, FCB Paris or FCB Chicago, while the Indian operation will now be called FCBUlka Advertising.
The deal - agreed more than two years ago - failed yesterday, leaving RBS to close down its Indian operation.
7% stake in its Indian operation, STel , for BD 65.
Bombardier's Indian operation for business-jet repair is expanding.
Etisalat took an impairment charge earlier this month in its 2011 consolidated financial statements of UAE Dirhams 3 billion (US$828 million) against goodwill and net assets including licenses of its Indian operation.
Mohammed Hassan Omran, Etisalat's Chairman said, "If we set aside the drop of value in the Indian operation, we see that the corporation has maintained good profitability despite challenges that are being witnessed by business sectors across the globe and particularly in the Arab region.
He said the firm's Indian operation was going well.
SCOTS oil exploration company Cairn Energy are set to sell a majority stake in their Indian operation for pounds 5.

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