Weekly news updates
submitted by:
Puneet kaur
Allowance doubled for staff ao tiger
reserve
• In what will be a major morale booster to
thousands of staff deployed in th...
India’s south pole to study climate
change
• India will send an expedition to the South Pole to
study changes in climate p...
Google bans phone apps used in spying
• A controversial mobile phone application, which
helps a cell phone user read the t...
Bharti AXA gen insurance to infuse rs
60 cr by oct:official
• Bharti AXA general insurance is planning to
infuse Rs 60 cro...
Attrition in service sector touches 35% in
h1:study
• Attrition in the services sector has gone as high as
35 per cent in ...
Attrition in service sector touches 35% in
h1:study
• Attrition in the services sector has gone as high as
35 per cent in ...
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Weekly news update4

  1. 1. Weekly news updates submitted by: Puneet kaur
  2. 2. Allowance doubled for staff ao tiger reserve • In what will be a major morale booster to thousands of staff deployed in the country's tiger reserves, government has approved their long- pending demand to double their existing monetary allowance.
  3. 3. India’s south pole to study climate change • India will send an expedition to the South Pole to study changes in climate patterns that have taken place in Antarctica in the last thousands of years, an official said here Friday.
  4. 4. Google bans phone apps used in spying • A controversial mobile phone application, which helps a cell phone user read the text messages of others secretly, has been removed from sale by Google.
  5. 5. Bharti AXA gen insurance to infuse rs 60 cr by oct:official • Bharti AXA general insurance is planning to infuse Rs 60 crore this month taking the total to Rs 460 crore and has six products in the pipeline, which are awaiting regulatory approval.
  6. 6. Attrition in service sector touches 35% in h1:study • Attrition in the services sector has gone as high as 35 per cent in the first six months of 2010-11 with banking segment topping the chart, a study by Assocham has found.
  7. 7. Attrition in service sector touches 35% in h1:study • Attrition in the services sector has gone as high as 35 per cent in the first six months of 2010-11 with banking segment topping the chart, a study by Assocham has found.

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