Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the East Indies, ten millions; one hundred lakhs: as, a crore of rupees.
- n. India Ten millions, particularly with regard to a currency.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. East Indies Ten millions.
- n. the number that is represented as a one followed by 7 zeros; ten million
- From Hindi करोड़ (kroṛ) and Urdu کروڑ (kroṛ). (Wiktionary)
“Its market capitalization at Rs. 39,800 crore is 50% more than its nearest competitor's.”
“The Orissa will get a fund of Rs 140 crore from the World Bank under the Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) project.”
“Local officials initially sought to cover up the loss, but the disappearance of more than ten million rupees - known in India as a 'crore' - was discovered following the arrival of a new manager.”
“In the first nine months it has already done about Rs 1,250 crore of sales and profit after tax is 91 crore, which is up by about 35% over the same period last year.”
“Grossly he will earn Rs. 126 crore, which is the highest for an actor.”
“At 25 kg a BPL family, it is slightly less at Rs 54,200 crore, which is roughly the food subsidy estimated in the 2010-11 budget by finance minister Pranab Mukherjee.”
“The total value of the order is about Rs 125-130 crore, which is likely to get booked in FY11 and they have indicated EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation and Amortization) margin of close to about 18%.”
“Annual Plan outlay for the year 2010-11 has been proposed at Rs 41,426 crore, which is highest ever plan investment.”
“Banks are likely to borrow an average of more than Rs 40000 crore, which is lower than last week's average borrowing of Rs 53800 crore and Rs 52000 crore in the week before, according to the note.”
“DELHI: The auction for 3G spectrum continued for the second day on Saturday where the provisional winning price for pan-India licence stood at Rs. 4,085.23 crore, which is marginally up against Friday's”
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