Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of lakh.

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Examples

  • Today his annual income is between three to four lakhs, which is enough to take care of his family.

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  • When the satellite radio broadcaster WorldSpace went bust a few years ago, it came as a huge disappointment for lakhs of Indian music lovers who had subscribed to the only paid radio network in the country.

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  • Faced with the Herculean task of handling lakhs of investor complaints, market regulator Sebi plans to rope in third party agencies for processing and maintenance of these grievances .

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  • In the age of the ever ubiquitous World Wide Web it is hard to shock people, but when a 26-year-old guy in a small town starts buying stuff worth a couple of lakhs without touching the products or without asking the salesman 101 questions, it is time to ask oneself what Marvin Gaye, the singer, asked: "What's going on?"

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  • I am getting around three times first year, another two years I will apply 1-1. 45 acres of land then I will be getting five times, about one lakh [$2250] per six months, per year two lakhs [$4500].

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  • Its a shame that Greenpeace is mocking a product, which lakhs of middle class Indians want to buy like this.

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  • The Times of India Piped natural gas network for 200 cities A bonanza in the shape of expanded piped natural gas (PNG) for households and compressed natural gas (CNG) infrastructure for transportation and clean environment awaits lakhs of consumers with the government contemplating empowering the Petroleum and Natural gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) to issue retail expansion licences to both private and public players.

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  • Now, it's offering a fully floating-rate loan that charges 8.75% interest for loans of up to 30 lakh rupees (about $110,000), 9% for loans between 30 and 50 lakhs, and 9.5% interest for loans above 50 lakh rupees.

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  • Now, it's offering a fully floating-rate loan that charges 8.75% interest for loans of up to 30 lakh rupees (about $110,000), 9% for loans between 30 and 50 lakhs, and 9.5% interest for loans above 50 lakh rupees.

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  • Now, it's offering a fully floating-rate loan that charges 8.75% interest for loans of up to 30 lakh rupees (about $110,000), 9% for loans between 30 and 50 lakhs, and 9.5% interest for loans above 50 lakh rupees.

    Time to Snag Your Dream Home

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