Daily Archive: March 19, 2018

Salman Khan’s co-star Pooja Dadwal is suffering from TB, seeks his help

Hyderabad: Veergati same former Bollywood actress Pooja Dadwal, who have worked with Salman Khan is suffering from TB and admitted to the Tuberculosis hospital in Sewri in Mumbai since last 15 days but she is alone and not in a position to afford her treatment.

The actress is now seeking Salman Khan’s help in her hard time. Talking to Navbharattimes.com the actress said “I was diagnosed with tuberculosis around six-months ago and tried to approach Salman for help but I am yet to get in contact with him. If he watches my video, he might help me.”

She added, “I used to run a casino in Goa since many years but now I have no money and am dependent for even a cup of tea.” She revealed that after being diagnosed with TB, she was deserted by her husband and family.

For the record, she starred opposite Atul Agnihotri in ‘Veergati’ and has also worked in films like ‘Hindustan’, ‘Dabdaba’, ‘Inteqam’ and ‘Sindoor Ki Saugandh’.

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डिप्रेशन पर विजय प्राप्त करने की प्रेरणाद ायीं कविता – प्रतिबिम्ब

Tanvi Gulati – Lady Irwin


ज़िन्दगी में ऐैसे लम्हे अक्सर आ जाते हैं,

जिनमें हम इस पल में थोड़ा खो से जाते हैं,

उन लम्हों में न तो हम जी पाते हैं,

और न ही ठीक से मर पाते हैं

वो वक्त जैसे रुक सा जाता है,

हर लम्हा जैसे गुज़र न पाता है,

ज़िन्दगी में अनजाना खालीपन सा आ जाता है,

जिसमें होठों से कुछ कहा ना जाता है,

बस आसुओं में ही सब कुछ बह जाता है,

जिसमें साथ होकर भी सबके ,एकाकीपन का एहसास होता है,

हर एक के चहरे पर ख़ुशी देखकर मन,

खुदको हज़ारों बार कोसता है,

पर अजीब सी बात तो ये है की,

उस वक्त कुछ भी समझ में नहीं आता है,

की मन क्यूँ उठने का नहीं करता है,

या यूँ कहूँ दुसरे लम्हे में जाने से डरता है,

शायद इसी को लोग कहते हैं डिप्रेशन,

जिससे अनजान बनकर वो कहते हैं दूसरों को “पागल”,

पर मेरे ख्याल में ये एक ऐैसी बिमारी है,

जो एक व्यक्ति को अपने आप से रूबरू होने का मौका देती है,

जो किसी भी छोटे या बड़े उम्र के व्यक्ति में भेद नहीं करती,

पर इससे निपटना कोई मुश्किल बात भी नहीं है,

बस ज़रुरत है तो अपने आस-पास आँखें खुली रखके इसके लक्षण पहचानने की,

और अपनों का कदम से कदम मिलाके चलने की,

और उनसे बस यह कहने की,”कि ये यात्रा कठिन है मैं जानता हूँ”,

“पर मैं आपके साथ हर पल खड़ा हूँ”, बस यही बात हर बार दोहराता

Bandhan Bank IPO Subscribed Nearly 15 Times On Last Day Of Issue: Ten Things To Know

Bandhan Bank’s Rs 4,500 crore initial public offering (IPO) opened on Thursday (March 15) and closed on March 19. The bank sold 119.28 million equity shares, comprising a fresh issue of up to 97.66 million equity shares, and an offer for sale (OFS) of up to 14.05 million equity shares by IFC, and up to 7.5 million equity shares by IFC FIG. Bandhan Bank has 840 branches and 282 ATMs. Its CASA ratio is 29.4 per cent. The bank has deposits to the tune of Rs 23,230 crore, and they grew at the rate of 92.2 per cent. "Bandhan Bank provides attractive and profitable expansion opportunities. It’s extensive, low cost distribution network with enhancement in digital platform to improve customer acquisition and retention would add to its future business potentials," said AUM Capital. Keeping these factors in mind, AUM Capital recommended shareholders to subscribe the issue for medium to long term perspective.

Here are 10 things to know about Bandhan Bank IPO:

  1. Bandhan Bank IPO was subscribed 14.62 times of the total issue on the final day of subscription. It received 121.81 crore bids out of a total of 8.34 crore issue size, data from the NSE showed. The price range of Bandhan Bank IPO is between Rs 370 and Rs 375. The bids can be made for a minimum of 40 equity shares and in multiples of 40 equity shares thereafter. The maximum subscription amount for retail investor is Rs 2,00,000.
  2. Bandhan Bank was incorporated on December 23, 2014 and began operations on August 23, 2015. Since the bank has a limited operating history as a bank and accordingly, Bandhan Bank financial statements as a bank are available since August 23, 2015.
  3. Bandhan Bank IPO opened on March 15 and the last date to subscribe to it was March 19 (today). The bidding timings were from 10 am to 5 pm.
  4. Bandhan Bank’s earnings per share (EPS) for past three fiscal years 2017, 2016 and 2015 are 10.15, 3.4 and 0.01, respectively. The EPS for Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, IndusInd Bank and ICICI Bank are 16.54, 59.95, 48.06 and 17.51, respectively.
  5. The P/E ratio in relation to price band of Rs 370 to Rs 375 per equity share ranges between 36.45 and 36.95.The corresponding ratios of Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, IndusInd Bank and ICICI Bank are 35.88, 33.47, 36.5 and 20.16, respectively.
  6. Average return on net worth on Bandhan Bank is 25 per cent for fiscal 2017 and 8.25 per cent for fiscal 2016. The corresponding ratios of competitors Axis Bank, HDFC Bank, IndusInd Bank and ICICI Bank are 7 per cent, 16.65 per cent, 13.90 per cent and 10.84 per cent, respectively.
  7. The book running lead managers for the issue were Kotak Mahindra Capital Company, Axis Capital, Goldman Sachs Securities, JM financial and JP Morgan India.
  8. Bandhan Bank IPO had an array of risks attached. One of the challenges that lies ahead of the banking corporation is the one related to expansion. If Bandhan Bank is unable to manage growth associated with the expansion of branches, ATMs and DSCs effectively, its financial, accounting, administrative and technology infrastructure, as well as business and reputation could be adversely affected.
  9. Another limitation pertaining to Bandhan Bank’s lack of growth potential lies in the fact that a substantial portion of its operations are concentrated in East and Northeast India, making it vulnerable to risks associated with having geographically concentrated operations. Eastern India has 54 per cent of branches while northeast India has 11 per cent of branches.
  10. Micro-credit lending has its own unique risks and, as a result, Bandhan Bank may experience increased levels of non-performing loans and related provisions and write-offs that negatively impact its results of operations.

MG Motor India to invest Rs5,000 crore over 5-6 years

New Delhi: MG Motor India, a wholly-owned arm of China’s SAIC Motor Corp., on Monday said it will increase investment to over Rs5,000 core in the next five to six years as it gears up to launch one new product each year in India from 2019.

The company, which will launch an SUV by the second quarter of next year, has already started investing Rs2,000 crore on upgrading the Halol plant in Gujarat which it had acquired from General Motors last year.

“In the next five to six years, starting from 2019, we will be launching a new product every year that will entail an investment of over Rs5,000 crore. This includes Rs2,000 crore which we are already investing on the Halol plant,” MG Motor India president and managing director Rajeev Chaba told reporters in New Delhi.