Apeejay Surrendra
Business  /  Published 07.12.22

Apeejay to exit tea garden biz

Our legacy in tea plantations and long association with Assam will continue through Kharjan estate, says Karan Paul...
By Sambit Saha in Calcutta

Business  /  Published 03.10.22

FPIs draw Rs 7,600cr out of India in Sept

The company, which currently has 23 hotels with 1,934 rooms in total, plans to add over 1,640 rooms to its portfolio through properties in various destinations...
By PTI in New Delhi

Events  /  Published 17.09.22

The story of how Park Street was transformed

Pulak Kumar Chakraborti's novel delves into how the Pauls shaped the history of Park Street...
By Subhadrika Sen

News  /  Published 14.09.22

Park Hotels to run Digha property of West Bengal govt

Agreement signed between the hospitality group and Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority...
By Subhajoy Roy in Kolkata

News  /  Published 22.07.22

Loreto alumna recounts city lessons

Priya Paul, chairperson of Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels, was speaking about her school days and the life lessons that school taught her...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kolkata


Places  /  Published 08.02.22

In pictures: Someplace Else Mumbai

After wowing generations of music lovers in Kolkata since 1994, the iconic destination has opened doors in Jio World Drive Mall, BKC...
By Karo Christine Kumar

Business  /  Published 23.07.21

Pauls exit Typhoo Tea

The group, which acquired the storied British tea brand 16 years ago, has sold its stake to a clutch of private equity players...
By Sambit Saha in Calcutta

Business  /  Published 16.03.20

Weak debut by SBI Cards

The scrip listed at Rs 658, down 12.84 per cent from its issue price on the BSE...
By Our Special Correspondent in Mumbai

Business  /  Published 31.12.19

Park Hotels IPO

The offer includes a fresh issue of shares worth Rs 400 crore and an offer for sale worth Rs 600 crore from both promoters and existing investors...
By A Staff Reporter in Calcutta


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