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  • 1. Weekly NewsWeekly News (25(25thth Oct - 31Oct - 31STST Oct 2010)Oct 2010)
  • 2. Nissan recalls two million cars overNissan recalls two million cars over faulty engine systemfaulty engine system  Japan's third-largest automaker Nissan Motor said onJapan's third-largest automaker Nissan Motor said on Thursday that it was recalling more than 2.1 million carsThursday that it was recalling more than 2.1 million cars globally due to a faulty engine control system, in one of itsglobally due to a faulty engine control system, in one of its biggest ever single recalls.biggest ever single recalls.  Even Nissan, which is part-owned by Renault of France,Even Nissan, which is part-owned by Renault of France, separately said it would recall another 1,399 cars in Japanseparately said it would recall another 1,399 cars in Japan because of insufficient welding of rear cushion springs,because of insufficient welding of rear cushion springs, "which may come out in the worst case"."which may come out in the worst case".
  • 3. Micromax loses its 'Bling' brand nameMicromax loses its 'Bling' brand name  Bollywood hunk Akshay Kumar won't be able to say 'ItBollywood hunk Akshay Kumar won't be able to say 'It twinkles!' anymore on television to his wife Twinkle Khanna'stwinkles!' anymore on television to his wife Twinkle Khanna's antics with a Micromax Bling phone.antics with a Micromax Bling phone.  The Delhi High Court has restrained India's second-largestThe Delhi High Court has restrained India's second-largest mobile phone brand Micromax from selling or advertising onemobile phone brand Micromax from selling or advertising one of its largest-selling women-oriented mobile phones 'Bling' asof its largest-selling women-oriented mobile phones 'Bling' as it acceded to a trademark violation filed by Delhi-basedit acceded to a trademark violation filed by Delhi-based mobile phone maker Bling Telecom.mobile phone maker Bling Telecom.
  • 4. BSNL, Datacraft sign pact to set upBSNL, Datacraft sign pact to set up data centresdata centres  State-owned BSNL today said it has signed a pact with IT firmState-owned BSNL today said it has signed a pact with IT firm Datacraft Asia to set up data centres and provide IT-relatedDatacraft Asia to set up data centres and provide IT-related services to customers with an initial investment of Rs 200services to customers with an initial investment of Rs 200 crore.crore.  In the first phase BSNL and Datacraft will open data centres inIn the first phase BSNL and Datacraft will open data centres in six regions with an investment of Rs 200 crore.six regions with an investment of Rs 200 crore.  Datacraft is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dimension Data.Datacraft is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Dimension Data. The company combines an expertise in networking, security,The company combines an expertise in networking, security, data centre, with advanced skills in managed services to craftdata centre, with advanced skills in managed services to craft IT solutions for businesses.IT solutions for businesses.
  • 5. Over 200 top chief executives comingOver 200 top chief executives coming with Obamawith Obama  With trade high on his agenda, some 200 odd top US businessWith trade high on his agenda, some 200 odd top US business chiefs, including soft drink giant Pepsico's India-born CEOchiefs, including soft drink giant Pepsico's India-born CEO Indra Nooyi, are expected to join US President Barack ObamaIndra Nooyi, are expected to join US President Barack Obama on his India visit next month.on his India visit next month.  Terry McGraw, CEO of leading publishing house McGrawTerry McGraw, CEO of leading publishing house McGraw Hill, who took over from Nooyi as the chairman of the USHill, who took over from Nooyi as the chairman of the US Indian Business Council, representing 300 top US companiesIndian Business Council, representing 300 top US companies last June.last June.
  • 6. Over 200 top chief executives comingOver 200 top chief executives coming with Obamawith Obama  With trade high on his agenda, some 200 odd top US businessWith trade high on his agenda, some 200 odd top US business chiefs, including soft drink giant Pepsico's India-born CEOchiefs, including soft drink giant Pepsico's India-born CEO Indra Nooyi, are expected to join US President Barack ObamaIndra Nooyi, are expected to join US President Barack Obama on his India visit next month.on his India visit next month.  Terry McGraw, CEO of leading publishing house McGrawTerry McGraw, CEO of leading publishing house McGraw Hill, who took over from Nooyi as the chairman of the USHill, who took over from Nooyi as the chairman of the US Indian Business Council, representing 300 top US companiesIndian Business Council, representing 300 top US companies last June.last June.

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