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Catherine the Great took the Crimea, founding the port of Sevastopol, home to Russia's Black Sea fleet, and established a commercial port in Odessa.But, the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union resulted in an independent Ukraine, and Moscow lost not only the port of Odessa but its prized naval port of Sevastopol.

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Henry Kissinger has eloquently posited Russia's historical expansion as pursuance of a special rhythm of its own over the centuries, expanding over land mass ... only to return again, like a tide crossing the beach.Thyrocare is debt-free, cost-focused &, tech-savvy (no material technology ''disruption'' threat is there IMO). They can give a quick estimate of blood sugar alright but can''t profile serum,thyroid, lipid etc.Only thing that I''m worried from the start is its very rich valuation- currently 59-60 PE.Russia's military intervention in Syria that began on September 30, 2015, is its first major intrusion into the Levant since June 1772 when "Russian forces bombarded, stormed, and captured Beirut, a fortress on the coast of Ottoman Syria."[1] Then as now, the Russians backed a ruthless local client; then as now, they found themselves in "a boiling cauldron of factional-ethnic strife, which they tried to simplify with cannonades and gunpowder."[2] But why?Why did President Vladimir Putin intervene in a faraway country, hundreds of miles away from Russia proper while in the midst of his temporarily frozen proxy war with Ukraine?The Company doesn''t seem'' price could be. The only near term risk to market is less than expected Monsoon.

There was good growth registered in FY16 but not strong enough to prop the high valuation multiples.

So far there has been no serious effort to probe the underlying causes of the Kremlin's surprise move, let alone in conjunction with Putin's three other military interventions along Russia's periphery: Georgia in 2008, Crimea in 2014, and southeastern Ukraine in 2014-15.

Yet it is only by filling in these connecting dots that the key questions concerning the intervention can be addressed: Did Moscow seek confrontation with a view to dismembering NATO and weakening Europe, or did it pursue the much narrower goals of regaining the great power status lost during the Gorbachev-Yeltsin eras and protecting national security and commercial interests?

Don''t know how long it can sustain such high PE based on 10%-15% eps/profit growth rates.

Some one on this board says that it''s a fraud company rigging books & looting customers!!??

Promoters r expecting 30% top-line growth in current year whereas EPS growth should be around 20%...