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But Tanti did not listen and continued on his way, leaning heavily on his walking stick.
Lee Tanti, 47, said to his 24-year-old victim, who had no idea what he looked like: "How easy it would've been for me to run my blade across your throat your time on this planet will end before you know it.
Still, Tanti noted that the company had maintained year-on-year revenue growth and had a strong firm order book worth USD 6.
Mr Tanti said he then saw a vehicle drive cross the four lanes of Cowbridge Road West and "smash into" the couple and their baby.
Arcapita's partner in this transaction is the Tanti group, an India conglomerate which together with the Tanti family owns 66 per cent of Suzlon Energy, one of the world's leading suppliers of wind turbines.
It has formed a partnership with Colossus Holdings, a Singapore-based holding company of the Tanti group, a multi-billion Indian conglomerate, which will invest $2bn to develop a 1,650 megawatt (MW) portfolio of wind farms in the inner Mongolia region of China.
Bahraini Islamic investment bank Arcapita has set up a joint venture with a firm affiliated with Indian conglomerate Tanti Group to invest USD2bn in developing wind farms in China, reports Reuters.
c), a leading international investment firm headquartered in Bahrain, today announced that it has formed a joint venture partnership with Colossus Holdings, a Singapore based holding company of the Tanti group, the multi-billion Indian conglomerate, which will invest US$ 2 billion to develop a 1,650 MW portfolio of wind farms in the Inner Mongolia region of China.
Colossus is a Singapore-based holding company of the Tanti group, the multi-billion Indian conglomerate.
Chi ricorda ormai i nomi, qualche decennio fa gloriosi, dei Greimas, dei Barthes, dei Lotman e di tanti strutturalisti e di altrettanti maestri della semiotica?
Carter takes a detailed look at two particular (and spectacular) examples of Medici patronage in "A Florentine Wedding of 1608," and "Non Occorre Nominare Tanti Musici: Private Patronage and Public Ceremony in Late Sixteenth-Century Florence.
Oster, Dean of the Yale School of Management; Sam Pitroda, Chairman of India's National Knowledge Commission; Tulsi Tanti, Chairman of Suzlon Energy; and Carl Shramm, President and CEO of the Kauffman Foundation, the world's largest foundation devoted to entrepreneurship.