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  • The company's managing director, Vinita Singhania , said Thursday it plans to expand annual production capacity to eight million to nine million metric tons by the end of the next fiscal year, which starts on April 1.

    JK Lakshmi Cement to Expand Capacity

  • Left, 23-year-old Vinita Yadav, held her newborn baby girl Nargis, inside a community health centre in Mall, near the northern Indian city of Lucknow, Oct. 31.

    Women's Health and Survival

  • When Indian steel tycoon Pramod Agarwal married off his daughter Vinita in Venice last weekend, the entertainment included stilt-walkers, fireworks, two Indian elephants and a 45-minute private concert by the Colombian pop star Shakira.

    In Search of Happily Ever After

  • Hyderabad designer Vinita Pittie has made the skirt sari, which can be tied around the waist with the goal of attracting young Indians who might feel that the traditional sari is difficult to drape.

    Reinvention of the sari brings a comeback on catwalks, at cocktail parties

  • Much of Britannia's dynamism is attributed to Vinita Bali , the marketing veteran of Coke and Cadbury fame, who was brought in as CEO in 2005 by the Wadia family.

    The Unappetizing Side of Britannia

  • Here, they should be most concerned about Taiwan's AU Optronics , says IHS iSuppli analyst Vinita Jakhanwal , because it has tied its fortunes to Nokia more than others.

    NOK, NOK, Which Suppliers Are There?

  • He was born in Indiana to Vinita and the late Edwin Matthaidess.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Left, Vinita Yadav, a 23-year-old Indian woman, held her baby girl Nargis, who was born at 7.20 in the morning at a community health center in Mall, near the northern Indian city of Lucknow.

    World's Seven Billionth Babies

  • "It's epidemic" and reflects a lack of etiquette in Washington, said Timmons, who grew up in Vinita, Okla., population 6,000, where she said gentility prevailed.

    As Metro congestion grows, so does anger at 'seat hogs'

  • After an hour or so on I-44, he started to see exit signs for familiar towns—Vinita, Baxter Springs, Joplin.

    Talent Show

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