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  • WEEKLY NEWS
    - Sambhav Jain
  • MERV working to electrify M&M
    Mahindra Reva’s Electric Vehicles(MERV) world largest maker of Electric technologies to fit into Mahindra & Mahindra other products like Scorpio etc.
    M & M has acquired 55.2% stake in Reva Electric vehicles in May this year.
    It has already tested the prototype of its commercial GIO with electricity driven technology & already sells two electric vehicles– Bijlee and Maxximo.
  • BPO companies' overseas strength multiplies
    • Mumbai-based bpo company aegis has more employees overseas (27,000) than in india (20,000).
    • Its operations are spread across ten countries, from the us and argentina through kenya and south africa to australia.
  • AI’s loss widens to Rs. 5552 crin 2009-10
    NACIL, the holding company formed after the merger of Air India and Indian Airlines, has suffered a loss of Rs. 5552 crore in fiscal 2010.
    The airlines lost more than double the ’08 loss that was Rs. 2226.16 crore loss.
  • Google to purge UK personal data gotten from Wi-Fi
    • Google inc. Will delete the personal data collected by the company's street view cars in britain after regulators there wrapped up their inquiry into the intrusion.
    • It wants to purge all the personal data that its street view cars gathered after it gains clearance from regulators in the more than 30 affected countries.