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CNN —Some travelers pick a city break based on the destination’s cultural offerings – shortlisting the best museums and galleries to visit. It’s these gourmand travelers Time Out had in mind when the global media organization put together a new ranking of the world’s best foodie cities. “Food is everything when traveling,” Grace Beard, Time Out’s travel editor told CNN Travel. The city’s Central restaurant, recently named as number one in the 2023 World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards, naturally gets a mention too. Alexandr Milodan/iStockphoto/Getty ImagesOther cities on the list include Ho Chi Minh City (number four), Beijing (number five) and Bangkok (number six).
Persons: ” Grace Beard, margherita, Maradona’s, Andrea Viviani, , Santa, It’s, Diego Armando Maradona, Roberto Madrid, Cris Bouroncle, Thando Moleketi, Williams, Alexandr Milodan, Ho, Out’s Grace Beard, Beard, Alice Porter Organizations: CNN, CNN Travel, Santa Maradona, Naples, Getty, De, Liverpool, Michelin, Food Locations: Italian, Naples, , Lima, Peru, Peruvian, AFP, South African, Johannesburg, Braamfontein, De Beer, African, Ho Chi Minh City, Beijing, Bangkok, Portland , Oregon, , Portland, Liverpool, Cities, Italy, South Africa, Vietnam, China, Thailand, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Mumbai, India, Dubai, UAE, Portland, USA, Medellín, Colombia, Seville, Spain, Porto, Portugal, Marrakech, Morocco, Lyon, France, Sydney, Australia, Montreal, Canada, Osaka, Japan, Copenhagen, Denmark
CNN —A person has died after falling into an airplane jet engine at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on Wednesday. “We are currently taking care of the passengers and employees who witnessed the incident at Schiphol,” KLM added on Wednesday. Schiphol Airport, which is one of Europe’s busiest aviation hubs, described the event as a “horrible incident” in a post on X. In December 2022, an airport worker died in an accident at the Montgomery Regional Airport in Alabama after also being ingested into the engine of an aircraft. And in December 2015 an engineer at Mumbai airport died after being sucked into the engine of an Air India plane.
Persons: Michel van Bergen, Organizations: CNN, Schiphol, Netherlands Royal Military, KLM, ” KLM, Montgomery Regional Airport, Embraer, Envoy, National Transportation Safety, Air, Airbus, Air India Locations: Amsterdam, Netherlands, Schiphol, Billund, Denmark, Alabama, Mumbai, Air India
CNN —Filmmaker Payal Kapadia made history Saturday, as she became the first person from India to clinch the prestigious Grand Prix at the 77th Cannes Film Festival, the second highest prize after the Palme d’Or. It is the first Indian movie in three decades to compete in Cannes’ main competition. “Please don’t wait another 30 years to have an Indian film,” she said to the audience. “Indian stars shining bright… These women have scripted history, and inspired the entire Indian film fraternity,” he wrote on the platform. In 1947, filmmaker Chetan Anand took Cannes’ top prize for his film “Neecha Nagar,” becoming the only Indian to win the accolade.
Persons: Payal Kapadia, Palme, ” Kapadia, Greta Gerwig, Lily Gladstone, , Narendra Modi, ” Rahul Gandhi, India’s, Anasuya Sengupta, , Chhaya, Divya Prabha, Stephane Cardinale, Corbis, Hridhu Haroon, Kartiki Gonsalves, Chetan Anand, Neecha, Kapadia Organizations: CNN, Prix, Cannes Film, Cannes, Indian National Congress, Grand, “ Salaam, Hollywood, Cannes ’ Locations: India, Mumbai, Cannes, , “ Salaam Bombay, Kani, Indian
CNN —Anger is growing in India after a teenager who allegedly killed two people while drunk driving was ordered to write an essay as punishment, with many demanding a harsher penalty and accusing the judiciary of leniency. The minor was taken into custody and later presented to the Juvenile Justice Board, where he was released on bail and given 15 days of community service. He was also asked to write an essay about road safety, Fadnavis said. “This was a surprising order passed (by the Juvenile Justice Board),” Fadnavis said. “It was wrong (to allow the minor to drive),” he told reporters outside his home, while fighting back tears.
Persons: Devendra Fadnavis, Fadnavis, , ” Fadnavis, Prashant Patil, Amitesh Kumar, Kumar, Suresh Koshta, ” Rahul Gandhi, India’s, ” Gandhi, Salman Khan, Khan Organizations: CNN, Porsche, Juvenile, Board, Pune Police, Indian National Congress, Bombay, Court Locations: India, Pune, Maharashtra, Mumbai
Ahead of their big day, Ambani and Merchant threw a lavish three-day pre-nuptial bash in March. "The three biggest moments, culturally, for India are Bollywood, cricket and weddings," Mehak Sagar, co-founder of WedMeGood, told CNBC Make It. The Indian wedding industry is estimated to have brought in about 4.74 trillion rupees (about $56 billion) during the 2023 wedding season, thus making it a "trillion-dollar enterprise," according to the 2024 Wedding Industry Report by WedMeGood, a wedding planner platform. "Given that it is the fourth largest industry in India — the Indian wedding industry touches maybe 16 to 20 [other] industries," Sagar said. Lavish Indian weddings are no stranger to Tina Tharwani.
Persons: Anant Ambani, Mukesh Ambani, Radhika Merchant, Ambani, Merchant, Bill Gates, Rihanna, Ivanka Trump, Mehak Sagar, WedMeGood, Sagar, Tina Tharwani, Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra, Anushka Sharma, Virat, Shaadi Organizations: Microsoft, CNBC, Shaadi Locations: India, Silicon Valley, Mumbai
A youth walks past the entrance of the Reserve Bank of India head office in Mumbai on Nov. 17, 2021. The board of India's central bank approved a record surplus transfer of 2.11 trillion rupees ($25.35 billion) to the government for the fiscal year ended March, sharply above analysts' and government projections. The government had budgeted a dividend of 1.02 trillion rupees from the Reserve Bank of India, state-run banks and other financial institutions, interim budget estimates for the fiscal year 2024/25 show. The RBI board also decided to raise the contingency risk buffer (CRB) to 6.5% from 6% previously. Analysts had expected a surplus transfer in the range of 750 billion rupees to 1.2 trillion rupees, aided by strong foreign exchange earnings.
Persons: Garima Kapoor Organizations: Reserve Bank of India, Elara Locations: Mumbai, India's
Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan, along with his family, leaves a polling booth after casting his ballot in Mumbai on May 20, 2024. Sujit Jaiswal/AFP/Getty ImagesThe “King of Bollywood” Shah Rukh Khan was seen leaving a Mumbai polling booth with his family – wife Gauri, daughter Suhana, and sons Aryan and Abram. Bollywood actors Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone arrive to cast their ballots at a polling station in Mumbai on May 20, 2024. Residents queue to cast their vote on May 20, 2024 in Mumbai, India. Voters wait to cast their vote in Chandivali, Mumbai, on May 20, 2024.
Persons: Narendra Modi, Shah Rukh Khan, Sujit Jaiswal, ” Shah Rukh Khan, Gauri, Suhana, Aryan, Abram, Amitabh Bachchan, ” Khan, “ Let’s, Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Mukesh Ambani, Nita, Akash, Akshay Kumar, , Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Stringer, Shiv Sena —, Satish Bate, Sachin Chaudhary Organizations: CNN, Getty, Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP, Indian National Congress, Hindustan Times, Getty Images Locations: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India’s, AFP, Andheri, , India, Mumbai’s, West Bengal, Getty Images Mumbai, New York, Chandivali
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMumbai-Ahmedabad high speed rail aims to cut travel time by up to two-thirdsThe project, which was approved in 2014, faced several setbacks.
Locations: Mumbai, Ahmedabad
And most of these are Hindi films, meaning Bollywood holds an outsized influence on the country’s culture, identity and economy. A screengrab from the 2022 Bollywood film "The Kashmir Files." CNN reached out to several people from the film industry for this story, some of whom declined to be interviewed due to sensitivities around the topic. It encouraged some Bollywood filmmakers to “(lean) into the caricature of the Muslim villain,” he says. These films are growing fast; outside Bollywood, earnings from the South Indian media and entertainment industry have nearly doubled year on year, according to a 2023 report by the Confederation of Indian Industry.
Persons: India’s, Narendra Modi, Indranil Mukherjee, , Raja Sen, “ It’s, Modi, Tanul Thakur, , Veer Savarkar, , ” Adah Sharma, Pandits, Vivek Agnihotri, ” Sudipto Sen, Debashree Mukherjee, it’s, Thakur, Sen, Darab Farooqui, Sonu Mehta, Farooqui, , she’s, Aamir Khan, ” Farooqui, Jawaharlal Nehru, Mukherjee, Yash Chopra, ” That’s, ” Thakur, ” Sen, “ We’ve, , Dharmendra, Noemi Cassanelli, “ Something’s Organizations: India CNN —, Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP, Observers, Hollywood, Republican, Modi’s, Getty, CNN, Ministry of Culture, of, Netflix, Columbia, Social Democratic Party of India, Hindustan Times, Columbia University, Journalists, Confederation of Indian Industry Locations: Mumbai, India, Kerala, Kashmir, Jammu, Columbia University’s, Middle Eastern, South, Jaipur, New Delhi, Pakistan, United States, Tamil Nadu
People stand in front of a Reserve Bank of India logo at the Global Fintech Fest in Mumbai, India, 5 September, 2023. Instead, there's been a flurry of activity this month at a number of regulators across India's financial system. That frightened bank investors and immediately knocked off more than 3% from the India Nifty PSU Bank index. "RBI has been tightening the screws," Rajeev Agrawal, hedge fund manager and managing partner at DoorDarshi India Fund, told CNBC's Inside India. We also had hedge fund manager Andrew Holland, who spoke on India's infrastructure projects and the outlook for the country's economy.
Persons: Niharika Kulkarni, there's, Nirmala Sitharaman, SEBI, Rajeev Agrawal, Agrawal, Shailendra Singh, India's, they've, Dinesh Kumar Khara, Andrew Holland, Sri Jegarajah Organizations: Reserve Bank of, Global, Securities and Exchange Board of India, Reserve Bank of India, Futures Industry Association, Bombay Stock Exchange, Reuters, India Nifty, DoorDarshi India Fund, Peak XV Partners, Sequoia Capital, CNBC, CNBC Pro, U.S ., State Bank of India, U.S . Federal Reserve, Center Locations: Reserve Bank of India, Mumbai, India, Sequoia, Sequoia Capital India, Southeast Asia, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Sri, Japan, Indian, Chennai
Mumbai, India CNN —For millions of Indians, it’s the city where dreams come true – just look around. Vegetable seller Sachin Chaudhary poses for a picture during an interview with CNN in Mumbai, India, on April 16, 2024. A billboard with India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi displayed on a road in Mumbai, India on April 15, 2024. Noemi Cassanelli/CNNA man cycles along a road in front of the Shiv Sena headquarters in Mumbai, India, on April 16, 2024. Sanjay Sardesai sits on his motorbike outside of the Indian National Congress headquarters during an interview with CNN in Mumbai, India, on April 16, 2024.
Persons: Mukesh Ambani, , , Sachin Chaudhary, Noemi Cassanelli, Rajani Bhat, “ I’m, , ” Rajani Bhat, Narendra Modi, ” Kalpita Shinde, it’s, Helen D’Souza, ” Helen D’Souza, CNN ‘, Shiv Sena, Bhat, chai, Parag Sawla, Parag, Chaudhary, Modi, Sanjay Sardesai, CNN Sanjay Sardesai Organizations: India CNN, CNN, Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP, India's, sips, Indian National Locations: Mumbai, India, New York, Colaba, Modi, Dadar
Heavy winds blew down a billboard in Mumbai on Monday, crushing a petrol station and killing 14. Dozens of people were trapped for hours under the debris, with 75 people injured, authorities said. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementAt least 14 people were killed by a falling billboard in Mumbai, India after its structure collapsed due to stormwinds and crashed into several houses and a petrol station. Local police said the billboard measured 70 meters by 50 meters, or about 230 feet by 165 feet, and collapsed on Monday at a petrol pump in the Ghatkopar suburb.
Persons: Organizations: Authorities, Service, Local, Business Locations: Mumbai, India, Ghatkopar
Video: Billboard collapses in Mumbai during rainstorm
  + stars: | 2024-05-14 | by ( Henry Zeris | )   time to read: 1 min
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Millennium, Brevan Howard, Schonfeld, and ExodusPoint are just a few of the funds that have put roots down in either Abu Dhabi or Dubai. Meanwhile, Bridgewater's Ray Dalio bought a penthouse in Abu Dhabi as he compliments the country's policies. When one US-based hedge fund fundraiser met with Abu Dhabi officials late last year, he didn't expect much to come of it. He lauded everything from the Louvre outpost in Abu Dhabi to the warm weather to the responsiveness from government officials. A Bloomberg story on Abu Dhabi notes that it's fast-tracking country-club admissions for new wealthy immigrants.
Persons: , Brevan Howard, Schonfeld, Bridgewater's Ray Dalio, Austen Smart, Tighe, Smart, Alan Howard, Greg Coffey, Danny Yong, hoover, Doug Greenig, Morgan, Point72, Steve Cohen, Viking Global's Andreas Halvorsen, keynotes, Howard, Abu Dhabi, Craig Bergstrom, Bobby Jain's, Florin Court's Greenig, Abu, Floring Organizations: Service, United Arab Emirates, titans, Business, Tighe International, Florin Court Capital, Morgan Stanley's, Dubai Financial Services Authority, Abu, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Mubadala Investment Company, Corbin Capital, Abu Dhabi Global, Hong Kong, pats, Bloomberg Locations: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, London, New York, Mumbai, UAE, Asia, Switzerland, It's, Gaza, Iran, Palm, Europe, Cayman Islands, Jersey, Miami, San Franciso, Riyadh, Saudi
Heavy rains accompanied by strong winds ripped through Mumbai, the financial capital of India, on Monday, killing at least eight people, uprooting trees and causing power outages in many parts of the city, officials said. The deaths were caused by a large billboard that toppled onto a crowd of people seeking shelter, a local official said. Video on social media showed the billboard shaking in the storm before falling. One witness, Swapnil Khupte, said that when the rains and wind started becoming worse, he and his friends had taken shelter at a gas station near the billboard. When it collapsed, he said, many of the people trapped under it were women and children.
Persons: Swapnil Khupte Locations: Mumbai, India, Ghatkopar
Often referred to as the “city of dreams,” Mumbai draws migrants from across the country hoping to find wealth and success. Noemi Cassanelli/CNNThe Covid-19 pandemic only underscored the volatility of migrant workers’ circumstances when millions lost their jobs almost overnight and were forced to go home. The biggest group is in the United Arab Emirates, with 3.4 million NRIs, followed by 2.5 million in Saudi Arabia; next is the United States with 1.2 million. The massive group of disenfranchised migrant workers stands in sharp contrast to these achievements – with no solution in sight. That means for now, voting remains an unlikely reality for many migrant workers.
Persons: India CNN — Chanu Gupta, ” Gupta, Chanu Gupta, Noemi Cassanelli, , Gupta, , Organizations: India CNN, CNN, Nations, United Arab, , Workers Locations: Mumbai, India, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, ” Mumbai, Bihar, Rajasthan, Gujarat, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, United States, United Kingdom, Dubai, NRIs
Mumbai billboard collapses during rainstorm leaving four dead
  + stars: | 2024-05-13 | by ( )   time to read: +1 min
At least four people are dead, 61 injured and more than 40 feared trapped after a massive billboard fell during a rainstorm in India’s financial capital of Mumbai on Monday, local officials said. The rainstorm was accompanied by gusty winds, causing the billboard, located next to a busy road in the eastern suburb of Ghatkopar, to collapse on some houses and a petrol pump. A rescue operation for the people remaining trapped under the billboard is ongoing. Firefighters stand next to vehicles crushed by the billboard, which fell during a rainstorm in Mumbai, India, on May 13, 2024. Mumbai, like several Indian cities, is prone to severe flooding and rain-related accidents during the monsoon season, which usually lasts from June until September every year.
Persons: Stringer Organizations: Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, Firefighters, Reuters Locations: Mumbai, Ghatkopar, India
Mumbai, India CNN —As Indians head to the polls in a massive ongoing nationwide election, much attention has focused on the country’s explosive growth under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership. There is expected to be 740 million active smartphone users in India by 2030, according to EY India. “I wanted to make similar shoes that were printed with ‘Made in India,’” Shah says. After four years of trial and error, Shah Shoes was born. Some 17 years on, Shah Shoes has helped support his family back in Bihar, including six siblings.
Persons: Narendra Modi’s, — Modi, Javed Khatri, Noemi Cassanelli, he’d, Khatri, , , , , Apoorva Mukhija, , Instagram, Mukhija, ” Mukhija, That’s, she’s, she’d, Jameel Shah, CNN Jameel Shah, Shah, wasn’t, CNN Shah, Kylie Minogue, ” Shah, , ’ ” Shah, Shah Shoes, Priyanka Chopra, Katrina Kaif, He’s, Modi’s Organizations: India CNN, Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP, CNN, EY, World Bank, Facebook Locations: Mumbai, India, , Bangalore, Silicon, , EY India, Dubai, London, California, , Delhi, Bihar, India’s, Dharavi, Australian
CNBC's Inside India newsletter: A disconnected stock market
  + stars: | 2024-05-10 | by ( Ganesh Rao | )   time to read: +5 min
CNBCThis report is from this week's CNBC's "Inside India" newsletter which brings you timely, insightful news and market commentary on the emerging powerhouse and the big businesses behind its meteoric rise. For local investors, Indian stocks would have underperformed the U.S. benchmark by more than 45 percentage points since Buffett's 2008 bet. It appears that India's near 8% GDP growth isn't transforming into stock market returns. But that has also meant significant competition for the incumbents, many of which are listed on the stock market. This year has also been particularly unlucky for Indian stock market investors thanks to the uncertainty added by politics.
Persons: Warren Buffett, it's, Jonathan Pines, Federated Hermes, Rajeev Agrawal, Agrawal, Narendra Modi's, Kevin Carter, Buffett, Carter, Modi, Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Virat Kohli, Rajat Patidar Organizations: Berkshire, CNBC, BSE, Federated, DoorDarshi Advisors, Narendra Modi's BJP, India, Ecommerce, One97 Communications, Ujjivan Financial, BJP, Russia, Indian, Ukraine, India's Central Bureau of Investigation, Indian Premier League, Wednesday, Royal Challengers Bengaluru Locations: Omaha , Nebraska, Omaha, BSE India, India, United States, Gandhinagar Lok Sabha, Russia, Mumbai, Punjab Kings
Read previewOn Monday night, the biggest fashion event of the year took place in New York City: the Met Gala . AdvertisementBut few made as many waves as Mona Patel, an entrepreneur who wore a custom Iris van Herpen gown to her first Met Gala. Mona Patel attends the 2024 Met Gala. Mona Patel turned heads at the 2024 Met GalaThanks to the dramatic ensemble she wore to make her Met Gala debut, Patel was among the most talked-about attendees of the event. Mona Patel at the 2024 Met Gala.
Persons: , Mona Patel, Iris van Herpen, Patel, Sean Zanni, Vogue, Anna Wintour, Emma, John Shearer, Casey Curran, Mike Coppola, Chris Martin, Edgar Martin, Sidney Jamila, Roach — Zendaya's, Roach Organizations: Service, Metropolitan Museum, Art's Costume, Business, Rutgers University, Haute Mona, Forbes, LinkedIn, Harvard Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business, MIT Sloan School of Management, CareFirst, Couture, Vogue India Locations: New York City, India, Florida, Mumbai
CNN —Extraordinary global heat continues its streak. It marks 11 consecutive months of unprecedented global temperatures. With that new data point, some scientists warn there is a strong chance 2024 could beat 2023 as the warmest year on record. Global ocean heat in April was also record-breaking for the 13th consecutive month. And while heat records are still being set month after month, the margins at which they are being broken are smaller than they were in 2023.
Persons: Copernicus, Adnan Abidi, Lisa Marie David, El Niño, Niño, it’s, Zeke Hausfather, ” Hausfather, Indranil Aditya, , Carlo Buontempo Organizations: CNN, Reuters, Getty Locations: Asia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, India, Barmer, Rajasthan, Manila, Philippines, Berkeley, Mumbai
Fellow billionaire Gautam Adani, founder of the Adani group, was also invited. Reliance Industries and the Adani Group are sprawling conglomerates worth over $200 billion each, with established businesses in sectors ranging from fossil fuels and clean energy to media and technology. As a result, these three men — Modi, Ambani and Adani — are playing a fundamental role in shaping the economic superpower India will become in the coming decades. Both Adani and Ambani have become key allies as the country embarks on this revolution. “India cannot grow rich before it becomes old on the back of a few big firms like Adani or Ambani,” he said.
Persons: Mukesh Ambani, Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Ivanka Trump, popstar Rihanna, David Blaine, Ambani, Gautam Adani, Jeff Bezos, , Rohit Lamba, Narendra Modi, — Modi, Adani, Noemi Cassanelli, , John D Rockefeller, Vanderbilt, James Crabtree, Modi, Guido Cozzi, Cozzi, Ambani’s, Dhirubhai, helms, Cantor Fitzgerald, Cantor, ’ Ambani, Amit Dave, Hindenburg’s, ferociously, ” Cantor, Modi’s, Prasanna Tantri, Crabtree, Lamba Organizations: New, New Delhi CNN —, Reliance Industries, Pennsylvania State University, Investors, Adani, CNN, Adani Realty, Frick, Astor, Carnegie, Samsung, Hyundai, World Bank . Coal, University of St, Adani Group, Reliance, Reliance Industry, Adani Enterprises, AEL “, Tata Group, Modi, India’s, Hindenburg, GQG Partners, Indian School of Business Locations: New Delhi, Gujarat, Davos, Coachella, Silicon Valley, India, China, Mumbai, Antilia, America, Asia, Britain, South Korea, Worth, United Kingdom, University of St Gallen, Switzerland, American
Read previewThe 2024 Met Gala came and went in a flash of glamorous red-carpet fashion. AdvertisementBut one of the best takes came from Mona Patel, a philanthropist and entrepreneur who made her Met Gala debut. Related storiesHer work in the fashion world led her to the 2024 Met Gala, where she arrived in a custom Iris van Herpen couture gown. AdvertisementMona Patel on the 2024 Met Gala red carpet. Mona Patel walks up the steps at the Met Gala 2024.
Persons: , J.G . Ballard, Mona Patel, Patel, Iris van Herpen, Iris, Dimitrios Kambouris, Casey Curran, Cindy Ord, MG24, Roach, Law Roach, Zendaya's, he's, Chris Martin, Edgar Martin Organizations: Service, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vogue, Business, Haute Mona, Forbes, The Met Museum, Vogue India, Vogue Fashion, Zendaya's Locations: India, Mumbai
According to the Madhya Pradesh High Court order, the woman told police her husband came to her house in 2019, soon after they were married, and committed “unnatural sex,” under Section 377 of India’s penal code. India’s Supreme Court increased marital consent from the age of 15 to 18 in a landmark judgement in 2017. The woman also accused her in-laws of mental and physical harassment “on account of nonfulfilment of demand of dowry,” the court order said. At least 18 of those women reported marital rape to the police, including 10 women who alleged rape by a former partner or husband. Four women were explicitly told by police that they could not do anything as marital rape was not a crime, the report said.
Persons: it’s, Gurpal Singh Ahluwalia, Ahluwalia’s, Karuna Nundy Organizations: CNN, Court, Health, Government of Locations: Madhya Pradesh, India, Delhi, country’s, Government of India, Mumbai
Chairperson of Indian conglomerate Adani Group, Gautam Adani, speaking at the World Congress of Accountants in Mumbai on November 19, 2022. India's markets regulator has sent notices of regulatory violations to seven companies of the Adani conglomerate, including its flagship Adani Enterprises, the group said in stock exchange filings. The regulator began probing the Adani group, led by billionaire Gautam Adani, after Hindenburg Research in January 2023 alleged improper use of tax havens and stock manipulation by the group, accusations the group has denied. Adani Green Energy, Adani Power, Adani Total Gas, Adani Energy Solutions, Adani Wilmar, and Adani Ports have also received notices from SEBI in the first quarter, the companies said in separate filings to the exchanges this week. Typically such violations attract monetary penalties or management can be barred from capital markets for a certain period.
Persons: Gautam Adani, Wilmar Organizations: Adani, World, Accountants, Adani Enterprises, Hindenburg Research, Securities and Exchange Board of India, Energy, Adani Energy Solutions Locations: Mumbai, SEBI
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