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New Delhi, March 6, 2019
Hamid, who is 95 per cent visually challenged since birth, says he has invented a technology called \"Fuel Burn\" radiation, which can trace or locate any object, including a vehicle without GPS.


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October 29, 2018



P.B. Jayakumar
Delhi, May 1, 2017
Unlike many of the India Inc. successors who had got smoothly running companies on a platter, Habil Khorakiwala's younger son Murtaza faced a tough beginning.


Rajeev Dubey
Delhi, May 1, 2017
A group of inheritors takes charge with new ideas and new strategies


PTI
September 25, 2016
From Ambanis and Adanis to Premjis and Khorakiwalas, several generation-next leaders of India's leading family-run businesses have joined crorepati club when it comes to their salaries and other perks.


Murtaza Khorakiwala
February 29, 2016
The budget has more or less been in line with the deficit target, thanks to the oil prices and that is another positive from the budget.


P.B. Jayakumar
May 18, 2015
Industry observers feel it would take a lot of effort for Wockhardt to regain its glory and it won't be easy considering the company's business mix, strategies and product portfolio.


Rachit Goswami, PB Jayakumar
May 2, 2015
Murtaza Khorakiwala, managing director, Wockhardt, chalks out the steps taken by the company to ensure regulatory compliance, and business prospects from emerging and developed markets going ahead.


PTI
Hyderabad, June 4, 2014
The US Food and Drug Administration has found as many as 12 procedural lapses in drug maker Wockhardt's US facility in Illinois.


E Kumar Sharma
July 26, 2013
Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) G. N. Singh also said medicines sold in India are safe, ruling out any reason for panic.


Kamya Jaiswal
February 19, 2008
Some students don’t blow up their parents’ money. They earn their own by investing in the stock markets.


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