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New Delhi, February 25, 2018
Members of the film industry, politicians and fans have poured messages of condolence and loss at the death of the iconic star.

By Gurbir Singh
September 8, 2016
The high-ceilinged baroque mansions surrounded by acres of manicured lawns shaded by leafy oak trees, which spelt luxury in the colonial era, have given way to a more modern, urban culture of smaller functional spaces defined by gadgets and speed.
October 2, 2014
Signature luxury homes seem to mean a lot for Indian businessmen, be it in India or abroad. While Mukesh Ambani's $1-billion Antilla may steal the show, many other corporate honchos have similar houses, which have become a byword for opulence.

N. Madhavan
Delhi, September 23, 2014
\"Bathrooms are no more seen as a secondary space and are as special as any other area of the house,\" says a leading architect and interior designer.

Anand Adhikari
May 23, 2014
Reliance Retail, which sells gold, diamond and bridal jewellery through a business called Reliance Jewels, is pledging jewellery stocks in all its stores as a pledge.
May 8, 2013
The Supreme Court has questioned the Z-category security given to Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani. His Mumbai residence Antilla (in pic) will be guarded by a swarm of Central Reserve Police Force personnel armed with AK-47 rifles.

Suman Layak
January 6, 2012
The Ambani re-union at Chorwad shows there is a long way to go for reconciliation.

Suman Layak
October 27, 2010
The brothers Ambani who have been an investor's delight for decades have lost the plot - for now.
November 12, 2007
“Our vision is to be part of the monthly budget of one million families”Krishnan Ganesh, Founder, TutorVista, in New York Times

By Shalini S. Dagar
September 20, 2007
If there is one sector that has benefitted most visibly from the India growth story, it is the construction industry. Titanic-sized tower cranes busily moving blocks of concrete and steel are a common sight across metros.