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    • NEWS
      SUBMITTED BY:
      VISHAP MAHAJAN
      MBA 2C
    • Navi Mumbai clearance in a month
      FINAL clearance for the Navi Mumbai airport is likely to be issued in a month. The proposed second airport for Mumbai was back on track after project developer, City and Industrial Development Corporation (Cidco), agreed to make design changes to address environmental concerns.
      The bulk of environmental concerns are being met. The proposed airport will be moved a little to the south. This shift would mean moving out the nonaeronautical components and will not compromise the aeronautical elements.
    • Wrestler Sushil Kumar wins 28th CWG gold for India
      India won its 28th gold at the Commonwealth Games when wrestler Sushil Kumar won gold in 66kg freestyle event while archer RahulBanerjee won gold in individual recurve event.
      • India's medal winners on Sunday Gold (3) Silver (1) Bronze (4) 
       
      • Many Indian companies have emerged as world class, but government services and corporations have, with some honourable exceptions, remained ridden with waste, corruption and callous inefficiency.
      The one clear private sector success has been the construction of the world-class Terminal 3 at Delhi Airport, which was ready by July, well in time for the Games.
      CWG is govt failure, private sector success
    • Now, Nano Direct From Showroom
      Customers can finally buy Tata Nano directly from showrooms in select states as Tata Motors moves to end booking system for the worlds cheapest car.
      Tata Motors started open sales of the Rs.1-lakh car in Maharashtra, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka on Tuesday, making it possible for people to purchase the car directly from dealers instead of booking it.
      Customers in these states that have not booked a Nano so far can now purchase the Nano directly from showrooms, the company said in a statement.
    • Nestle to set up F & B facility in Himachal
      Dairy products major Nestle India will set a food and beverage unit in Himachal Pradesh with an outlay of Rs. 250 crore.
      Nestle has identify 30 acres of land near talewal in una district for setting up its facility.
    • Google to tap SME space
      Having already doubled its small & medium enterprise customer base in India within a year.
      Google is now aggressively trying to reach out to entire sector for online advertising.
      India has estimated 35 millions SMEs, out of which 200000 have online presence through domains, sub domains & blogs
    • UK defends immigration limit on Indianprofessionals
      The UK government defended its decision to introduce an interim limit on skilled workers from India and other countries outside the European Union, despite concerns raised.
      The government has placed a temporary limit of 24,100 until April 2011, when a permanent annual limit will be announced. The cap has already adversely affected companies who are unable to recruit the skills required from India and elsewhere.
      The interim limit was introduced to stop a rush of last minute applications ahead of the annual limit being introduced in April next year and the Border Agency has been working very closely with businesses to ensure that these arrangements have been implemented effectively.
    • Motorola's Sanjay Jha among most "overpaid CEOs" of 2009
      Handset maker Motorola's India-born Co-Chief Executive Sanjay Jha is listed among the 25 most "overpaid CEOs" of last year by the US proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis.
      Yahoo Inc CEO Carol Bartz tops the list of the executives who were paid too much for running underperforming companies.
    • THANK YOU