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  2. Four More Shots Please! - Wikipedia!

    Four More Shots Please! is an Indian streaming television series on Amazon Prime Video directed by Anu Menon and Nupur Asthana. The series follows the story of four unapologetically flawed women (two in their 30s and two in their early 20s) as they live, love, make mistakes and discover what really makes them tick through friendship and shots of tequila in millennial Mumbai.

  3. Gupta Technologies - Wikipedia

    The company was founded in 1984 by Umang Gupta, a former vice president at Oracle Corporation. Gupta's first product was SQLBase, followed by SQLWindows, which combined SQLBase with a graphical user interface and programming language for creating business applications. SQLWindows was one of the first GUI development tools for Microsoft Windows ...

  4. The Great Indian Murder (TV series) - Wikipedia

    The Great Indian Murder is a Hindi-language crime mystery drama web series directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia for Disney+ Hotstar. It is produced by Ajay Devgn and Priti Sinha under ADF & RLE Media.

  5. Category:Payment systems - Wikipedia

    Articles about ways money can be moved between persons, organizations, and locations, as well as how financial transactions can be executed.. Subcategories. This category has the following 31 subcategories, out of 31 total.

  6. Richard A. Baker (businessman) - Wikipedia

    Richard Alan Baker (born November 27, 1965) is an American business executive. He is the governor, CEO and executive chairman of Hudson's Bay Company (HBC), executive chairman of each of HBC's portfolio companies and the owner of National Realty and Development Corp. (NRDC), a US-based private real estate development company.

  7. Paintal (comedian) - Wikipedia

    Kanwarjit Paintal, better known as Paintal (born 22 August 1948), is an Indian actor and comedian. He started off as a comic actor and moved on to teaching the art of acting.

  8. Gupta - Wikipedia

    Umang Gupta, Indian-American entrepreneur; Vinita Gupta (born 1950), Indian-American businesswoman and founder of Digital Link Corporation (now Quick Eagle Networks) Vinita D. Gupta (born 1968/1969), Indian-American businesswoman and CEO of Lupin; Vinod Gupta, chairman and CEO of infoUSA; In entertainment. Additi Gupta, Indian television actress

  9. Director general of police - Wikipedia

    Director general of police (DGP) is a rank in the Indian Police Service, held by the highest ranking police officer in a State or a Union Territory of India, typically heading the state or the UT police force.