Shooting incident will have no impact on Games: OC<br />"The shooting incident this morning in Delhi will have no impact on the Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi," the Organising Committee said in a statement<br />Two Taiwanese nationals were injured when two men on a motorcycle fired several rounds on a tourist vehicle near the historic JamaMasjid in the walled city. <br />
Ford plans to launch 8 new vehicle, make India export hub<br />Ford plans to launch 8 new models in India by mid decade.<br />India’s auto market is fast growing.<br />This is to make an export hub.<br />Company MD michaelBorreham said the company has to be there in small car segment.<br />
Ford has invested close to one billion dollars to expand its India operations.<br />The company infused 500 million dollars in january2008 to grow vehicle manufacturing capacity in Chennai to produced 200,000 units per year.<br />
Amway planning 2nd facility in India<br />Amway is planning to set up its second manufacturing facility in India.<br />It would help company to boost its sales and increase its product range in the country.<br />It is a 100% subsidiary of US based Amway corp. and has witnessed 25%year on year growth it its revenue.<br />
ICC planning review of anti-corruption measures<br /><ul><li>Jolted by the match-fixing scandal that has tarnished the image of the game, the International Cricket Council is planning a technology-oriented review of its anti-corruption measures.
The ICC could bring in British intelligence agency MI6-style code-breakers in a bid to root out corruption in the game, 'The News of the World' reported. </li></li></ul><li>Kasab to appeal next week in HC against death penalty<br />"The appeal has been drafted and is in final stages of preparation...We are giving finishing touches," advocate AminSolkar, appointed by the Maharashtra Legal Aid Committee on a directive of the High Court to defend Kasab, told PTI<br />Lucknow Police would produce FaheemAnsari and Sabauddin Ahmed before a sessions court here on September 23 as directed by the High Court<br />