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Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia, Ashwini Bhide Deshpande and MTDC MD Bhushan Gagrani, Jayant Pendharkar, vice president and head global marketing, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), at the announcement of ‘Elephanta Festival’ to be held on February 23 and 24 at Elephanta Caves

With his face covered in a black cloth, Abdul Qayoom Abdul Karim Shaikh, a close aide of underworld gangster Dawood Ibrahim and wanted in several extortion cases in Mumbai since 1983, was held and interrogated by the Mumbai Crime branch on February 13

Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata along with  LucaDi Montezemolo, president of Confindustria, president of FIAT group, at the business agreement between Tata Motors and Fiat, in Mumbai on Wednesday February 14. Also seen: Italian prime minister Romano Prodi

Union minister of commerce and industry Kamalnath along with Prime Minister of Italy Romano Prodi, at the business meeting in Mumbai February 14

Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), managing director Rajnikant Patel, BSE chairman Jagdish Capoor and Reto Francioni CEO Deutsche Borse at the signing agreement between BSE and Deutsche Borse at BSE building February 14    

Martin Porter, Head of Global Equities and Multi Asset Group, addressing press conference in Mumbai to comment on the significance of India to global investors            


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