27 Aug 2014
New Delhi: The Telangana government has decided to re-open the Kallu compounds (toddy shops) and sale of toddy in Hyderabad and other towns from Dasara.
14 Jun 2013
Department of Food Safety, Uttarakhand, has registered a case against Sahara-Q shop owner Subrata Roy, eight cricketers and two Bollywood stars.
01 Apr 2012
Sahara India Pariwar on Sunday announced opening up of 'Q shop' (Quality shop) in major cities across the country to provide adulteration-free consumer merchandise including processed food and beverages to buyers.
31 May 2014
New York: If you are a corporate communicator or a marketing executive, your work may actually start after 5 pm. Lobbying senior business executives informally - at coffee shops or fitness centers - is a suave way to perform your job successfully, according to a new study.
23 Aug 2012
The Board of Control for Cricket in India has raised objection to a recent television advertisement released by the Sahara Group owned by Subroto Roy Sahara and has asked them to pull off the commercial, a media reports said on Thursday.
30 Jun 2014
Surajkund (Haryana): The impact and reach of social media emerged as the main point of discussion on Sunday in the workshop for first-time BJP MPs with several of them seeking the party's help in using online communication tools, even as Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) joined the deliberations.
04 Jun 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Wednesday turned down the plea of jailed Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy who has sought the court to keep him under house arrest but lifted the freeze on the group's moveable and immovable assets.
29 Aug 2012
Subrata Roy promoted Sahara Group’s foray into retail is not free from hurdles as a recent advertisement controversy doing the rounds is likely to bedim the company’s image in the retail-chain industry.
07 Jun 2014
New Delhi: Xolo has added one more smartphone in its Q series with the launch of Q1200 at Rs 13,999 in the Indian market. The handset will be available on e-commerce websites.
19 May 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday asked Sahara Group to come out with a ‘logical’ and ‘acceptable’ proposal on paying Rs 10,000 crore for getting its chief Subrata Roy out of jail while refusing to entertain his plea for being put under house arrest in Lucknow.