15-Year-Old “Money Kicks” Wrapped a Ferrari in a Custom Supreme x LV Print

Fifteen year old Instagrammer Rashed Belhasa, or “Money Kicks,” just wrapped a Ferrari, presumably his, in a custom Supreme x Louis Vuitton print. There’s just one catch — he can’t legally drive yet.

Belhasa lives in Dubai where the legal driving age is 18, but that hasn’t stopped him from gathering an impressive collection of custom vehicles, including a YEEZY-inspired Cadillac Escalade.

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The teen’s car addiction is just a small addition to his already enviable lifestyle. Belhasa spends more than $5,000 a month on streetwear alone, owns an estimated 200,000 pairs of sneakers, and has a mini zoo of exotic animals in his house — which has seen visitors like Kim Kardashian, Salman Khan and Rihanna.

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Tata Group May Sell Its Telecom Assets To Mukesh Ambani’s RIL

India’s largest conglomerate Tata Group has explored selling its struggling telecom and related assets to the country’s most valued company Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL).

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RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani’s disruptive telecom venture Reliance Jio may not progress, it assumes significance for being the first such deal talk between the country’s two corporate groups emerging from the cold war of the past.

The two groups haven’t had much business ties in the past and even restricted recruiting employees from each other.

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This started changing with Tata Trusts and Reliance Foundation collaborating in areas such as high-speed connectivity and cancer care.

“It’s credible to say both Jio and Tata Tele have explored options, but risky to believe it would make progress,” said a person familiar with the matter. The Indian telecom industry is gripped by consolidation moves — three deals have been announced in the first half of the current calendar — as the Jio onslaught has hit the bottom-lines of competitors hard.

New Tata chairman N Chandrasekaran is working on a time-bound plan to sort out the telecom mess, and has asked his deal-makers to explore all options. In June this year, TOI quoted UK research firm CCS Insight to first report that M&A experts were betting on Bharti Airtel acquiring Tata Tele.

Sunil Mittal-led Bharti would be interested in a bundled acquisition of Tata Tele and related assets, especially DTH unit Tata Sky and the world’s largest submarine network through Tata Communications.

Tata Group holds a majority stake in Tata Tele and 49% in the listed Tata Communications. It has 60% in Tata Sky with Murdoch.

 

Parmish Verma’s “Le Chakk Main AA Geya” another hit song after Sharry Maan’s 3 peg |Rising Pollywood Star Parmish Verma

  Waiter To a Successful Director

Parmish verma is well known Punjabi video director. Every Punjabi channel is trending videos directed by him. Girls love him and boys want to look like him. Ninja’s video ‘Thokda Reha’ was first commercial hit for parmish verma as a Director. He never looked back and have given a number of hit videos . Parmish verma is going to release his Dream project a pollywood movie RockyMental on 18/08/2017.

Parmish Verma says Acting and Direction Both are equally important for him. He is thankful to his fans and he says he is not perfect and not a role model.

After Sharry Maan’s 3 peg song ,”le chakk main aa geya” is another hit in Pollywood industry. Some reports says that this song is based on his real life.

Wish him all the best.

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Axis Bank is all set to buy digital wallet platform FreeCharge for Rs. 400 crore, says report

 

Private Sector lender Axis Bank is in the Final stages of buying ewallet platform FreeCharge from Snapdeal for Rs 400 crore, PTI reported on Thursday. Those  close to the development told the news agency that a formal announcement may be made in the next Two days. However, Snapdeal and Axis Bank executives are yet to comment.

The deal shows a steep plunge in the FreeCharge’s value since April 2015, when Snapdeal’s parent company Jasper Infotech had bought the digital wallet for about Rs 2,400 crore. It was then the largest deal in the startup sector.

 

Government to open lateral entry door for private sector specialists

 

In areas requiring specialised knowledge, it is important to develop expertise among internal staff and induct lateral entry, a report said.”

NEW DELHI: In a major move aimed at bringing domain expertise to policy making, the government has decided to open its doors for private sector specialists in select departments, a senior personnel ministry official said.

A proposal is being worked out to induct 50 such specialists from the private sectorin government departments at the level of director and joint secretary, he said. Many of these posts are manned by civil service officials.

A presentation giving details of the proposal was shown to Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently by the personnel ministry, the official said.

Private sector talent can be brought in on fixed- term contracts to supplement the government’s effort of providing good and effective governance, he said.

About 48 lakh employees work in various central government departments. Over 4.2 lakh posts were vacant as on March 1, 2015, according to latest data.

The move to induct private sector specialists comes following a suggestion from the government’s policy think tank Niti Aayog. .

“Today, rising complexity of the economy has meant that policy making is a specialised activity. Therefore, it is essential that specialists be inducted into the system through lateral entry.

“Such entry will also have the beneficial side effect of bringing competition to the established career bureaucracy,” a draft agenda report on civil services reform by the Aayog had said.

In areas requiring specialised knowledge, it is important to develop expertise among internal staff and induct lateral entry, the report said.

“This specialisation by the internal staff needs to be complemented by lateral entry of highly specialised staff on fixed-term contracts. Specialists could be brought on three to five year contracts. Such a system will bring top talent and energy into the government and will lend new dynamism to the ministries,” it said.

The government has already been appointing private persons in some departments.

Last month, an ayurveda physician, ‘Vaidya’ Rajesh Kotecha, was appointed as special secretary in Ayush Ministry. Usually a senior bureaucrat, preferably an IAS officer, is appointed to such a post.

Last year, former IAS officer and renowned sanitation specialist Parameswaran Iyer was appointed secretary, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation.

Iyer, who had taken voluntary retirement from Indian Administrative Service (IAS), was appointed on contract basis for two years.

The Centre recently also opened banking sector and central public sector enterprises for private sector specialists.

 

International Understanding: war begins in the minds of men

International Understanding means acceptance of rights of all nations for an honourable existence; eliminating fear of war, ignorance and prejudices and understanding the value of co-operation and peace.

In the era of globalisation the boundaries between nations have dissolved. Establishing peace among nations is highly desired. After world war 2; unity, peace and interdependence of nations assumed greater significance.

That since wars begins in the minds of men, it is in the minds of men that the defences of peace must be constructed; That a peace based exclusively upon the political and economic arrangements of governments would not be a peace which could secure the unanimous, lasting and sincere support of the peoples of the world and that the peace must therefore be founded, if it is not to fail, upon the intellectual and moral solidarity of mankind.

#Peace

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