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Honda’s new SP 125 at Tajshree Honda

HONDA Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has launched the new revolutionary bike Honda SP 125, which is compliant with the new Bharat Stage VI (BS-VI) emission regulations. SP 125 has the new powerful, fuel-injected engine which meets the upcoming BS-VI emission regulations. The new Honda SP 125 also sports a brand-new design, with segment-first, LED DC headlamps, sharper bodywork, new body graphics, new colours, a new digital instrument panel, as well as a long seat for added comfort. The Honda ..

Tata Realty sells Trillium mall to Singapore-based co

Tata Realty has sold two shopping malls in Nagpur and Amritsar to Singapore-based Virtuous Retail South Asia for Rs 700 crore. Virtuous Retail South Asia Pte Ltd (VRSA) is the retail arm of private equity firm Xander. The shopping mall at Amritsar, Punjab, has a leasable area of one million square feet while the mall in Nagpur has 7,00,000 square feet area. VRSA said in a statement that it has acquired “Trilium retail shopping center portfolio from Tata Realty for Rs 700 crore (USD 100 million).”..

Jewellery exports fall 4.74% in Nov: GJEPC

Led by a steep 25.5 percent fall in cut and polished diamonds exports, the overall gems and jewellery exports fell 4.74 percent to Rs 18,136.2 crore in November year-on-year due to poor consumer sentiment in the key export markets. In November 2018, the overall gems and jewellery exports stood at Rs 19,039.10 crore, according to data given by the Gems & Jewellery Export Promotion Council (GJEPC)...

Resonance Nagpur celebrates ‘Goonj 2019’

RESONANCE Pre-Foundation Career Care Program or PCCP division for class VII to X celebrated ‘Reso –Goonj’ - its felicitation and award function. This event is organised annually by Resonance- the name synonymous with quality education and consistent results. The students who perform consistently in all the academics and co-curricular activities of Resonance throughout the year are felicitated in the event...

Ministry of MSME’s Secy visits city for finalising land for Testing Centre

Dr Arun Kumar Panda, Secretary, Ministry of MSME recently visited the city for finalisation of land for Testing Centre in Nagpur. On the occasion, P M Parlewar, Director, MSME-DI Nagpur welcomed him and briefed him about various activities undertaken by MSME-DI Nagpur. Parlewar also briefed him about the progress in respect of MSME-DI Nagpur. The visit was mainly to finalise the land in Butibori area for setting up of technology centre . The Regional Testing Centers, Field Testing Stations and Autonomous ..

Employability of graduates jumps to 47%: Survey

In some good news to the millions graduates and also to the education system in the country as a whole, where for many years as much as 70 percent of the professional degree holders were found to be unemployable, a survey has found that nearly half of the fresh pass-outs are employable now. The survey, however, does not speak about the jobs scenario given the shape of the economy due to the high capacity underutilization prevalent in across most industry segments for many years now. According to the ..

Mutual funds add more than 2.6 lakh investors account in November

The mutual fund industry has added more than 2.6 lakh folios in November taking the total tally to 8.65 crore, which suggests investors’ understanding about market risks associated with such schemes. In comparison, the industry had added 6 lakh folios in October, 3.45 lakh in September, 4.8 lakh in August and more than 10 lakh in July. Folios are numbers designated to individual investor accounts. An investor can have multiple folios...

VIA to hold meeting on solar power today

The Energy Forum of Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA) will be conducting a meeting to discuss issues related to solar on December 11 at 5.00 pm at VIA Auditorium, Udyog Bhawan, Civil Lines, Nagpur. R B Goneka, Director of MSEB Holding Co. Ltd. and Vice President of VIA will brief with respect to views of VIA and the suggestions sent to the MERC. P M Parlewar, Director - MSME DI Nagpur will attend the meeting...

ICIESMT 2019 by S B Jain from Dec 12

S B JAIN Institute of Technology, Management and Research, a NAAC ‘A’ grade accredited Institute has taken an initiative to organise international conference on ‘Innovation in Engineering Sciences, Management and Technology - (ICIESMT 2019)’ to be held on December, 12 and 13. The theme of ICIESMT-2019 being ‘Exploring the future’ will provide an excellent international forum for sharing knowledge regarding recent challenges in Engineering Technology, with the aim to provide a platform to the researchers ..

‘Reforms necessary to enhance productivity’

Chief Economic Advisor K V Subramanian on Tuesday said reforms are necessary to enhance productivity in the economy and unshackle the entrepreneurial spirits. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, goods and services tax (GST) and programmes such as Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana are some of the measures taken by the government towards reforms, Subramanian said at the ‘FICCI Arise Conference: Future Ready Learners and Schools’...

ESIC Hospital is distant dream for Butibori industries

There seems to be no light at the end of tunnel. The demand of industries in Butibori for setting up ESIC Hospital is now a distant dream. The Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) during its 179th meeting conducted on December 5 under the chairmanship of Santosh Kumar Gangwar, Union Minister of State for Labour and Employment (Independent Charge), has taken some very important decisions towards improvements in its service delivery mechanism. In order to reduce the stress of ESIC beneficiaries ..

Solar manufacturers resort to hunger strike

Solar manufacturers are observing hunger strike here in the city against the proposed Renewable Energy Policy (RE Policy 2019) by Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission (MERC). The agitating manufacturers including Devendra Govind Ranade, Director M M Solar Pvt. Ltd.; Amit Deotale, Director Green Life Solutions Pvt. Ltd; and Pankaj Gade of Ishaan Energy Savers Nagpur are on strike from December 7 at Diksha Bhumi Square, Nagpur. More than 150 dealers and manufacturers including members of the ..

EV charging biz likely to grow at 50% in next three years

Power and energy management firm Delta Electronics expects its electric vehicle charging business in India to grow around 50 per cent per annum in the next three years with more car makers bringing their EVs into the country, according to a senior company official. The company, which has so far installed over 700 charging stations in India, is currently in the process of setting up of its third plant at Krishnagiri in Tamil Nadu as part of its USD 500 million investment programme till 2026...

Demand for furniture will be always increasing: Bothra

ITS dream of everyone to have a luxurious house which includes stylish furniture and interior too. People spend on home and furniture to the best of their capacity, said Dhiraj Bothra, Director of Lifestyle Furniture and Interior Mall while talking to The Hitavada on Monday. “Craze for furniture will always remain like gold, car and other luxury items. Furniture demand can be postponed but not cancelled,” Bothra said. He said that a person’s financial resources usually gets exhausted while constructing ..

CAIT slams MSME Ministry’s move to join hands with e-com cos

Amid media report about Ministry of MSME joining hands with Amazon and Flipkart to bring MSMEs of the country on their e-commerce platform for growth of their business, the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) in a letter sent to Union Minister for MSME Nitin Gadkari has raised strong objections on such a move and said that both Amazon and Flipkart are killing the domestic trade and why the Government is joining hands with them to kill the traders of the Country...

Customer Experience: The New Frontier of Growth

While checking out from a Ritz Carlton hotel, a child forgot his stuffed giraffe toy and to console the crying boy his father made up a story that the ‘giraffe’ was taking an ‘extended vacation’. Though the guest had called up the hotel requesting to find the toy and send it across, it would still take couple of days before the toy reaches the guests. Meanwhile, to make the father’s story seem true, Ritz Carlton took pictures of the ‘giraffe’ in various poses – taking a sunbath besides the pool, getting ..

‘India to witness 7.12% rise in job creation in Oct-Mar’

India is expected to witness a marginal 7 per cent rise in job creation in the October-March period of this financial year, as subdued economic conditions have dampened employment outlook, a report said on Monday. According to TeamLease’s bi-annual Employment Outlook Report for HY2 2019, economic reforms lifted the spirits for seven of the 19 sectors surveyed, while nine sectors reported a decrease in their outlook for October-March period of this fiscal. India will witness a 7.12 per cent increase ..

Pay scale most important factor for freshers: survey

Despite rising unemployment levels, which had hit a four decade high in FY19, the freshers are still looking for the best salary package on the offer while deciding to accept a new offer, says a study which also lists a delayed response as a major turn-off for them. For 54 percent of the freshers pay is the most important consideration while applying for their first full- time job, says a survey by the Workforce Institute at Kronos and Future Workplace. Money becomes increasingly important the older ..

‘Salary delays, biz downturns top reasons for loan defaults’

Salary delays are the biggest reason for loan defaults by individual borrowers, followed by business downturns, says a survey. The survey comes months after official data showed that unemployment is at a four-decade high, the pace of economic growth slipping to a six-year low, and banks increasingly rely on retail loans to expand books as corporate credit demand is a far cry. “The current slowdown is affecting debt recovery across the country,” Paytm-backed financial technology firm Creditmate said ..

‘Free Car Care Clinic’ at Ketan Hyundai

HYUNDAI Motor India Limited, the country’s largest passenger car exporter and the second largest automobile manufacturer, in order to extend the advantage of its excellent services to a larger number of customers has launched its 29th nation-wide ‘Free Car Care Clinic’ from December 6 to December 15. This event was inaugurated by Aadhar Rahate, a loyal Hyundai customer in the presence of Gautam Kale, Director of Ketan Hyundai and the entire service team...

Lifestyle Interior Mall offers 50 per cent discount on exclusive wedding furniture

WITH the commencement of the marriage season, the demand for furniture has increased manifold. The demand for best quality furniture is on rise in the family where the marriage is to take place. Lifestyle Interior Mall has came up with proper solution for the demand of people, who are in need of furniture. Lifestyle Interior Mall, Besa, is catering to the complete furniture needs of the people. The Mall is showcasing exclusive range of furniture required for the home. Lifestyle Interior Mall also ..

‘Industries should focus on zero accident culture’

Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health, Maharashtra and Late Narayan Meghaji Lokhande Maharashtra Institute of Labour Studies, Mumbai jointly organised three days workshop on ‘Industrial Chem Safety’ for Nagpur and Akola regions. Jayant Moharkar, Additional Director of Industrial Safety & Health (DISH), Nagpur, informed about objective of organising the three days workshop under the guidance of Dr Mahendra Kalyankar, Director of Industrial Safety & Health, Mumbai. Such type of workshop was conducted ..

Paper industry to capture 25 pc market share of Rs 80,000 cr single use plastics by 2025

AMID a growing debate over impact of single use plastics on environment, paper offers a sustainable option and can capture a fourth of the Rs 80,000 crore single use plastics market by 2025, if its use is totally banned by the Government, a new study said. India generated 26,000 tonnes per day of plastic waste in 2017-18, of that only 60 per cent was recycled and the rest ended up as litter on roads, in landfills or streams. Single use plastic industry is close to Rs 80,000 crore right now and growing. ..

‘Not many new players will enter UPI space’

THE Unified Payments Interface (UPI) system may not see many new players entering the space as it has got aggregated with few players, according to a report. As a payment product, UPI will continue to scale with more innovative use cases coming in and will remain default payment gateway for the country, said a report by The Digital Fifth. While UPI has enabled innovation in the payment space, it has resulted in larger players taking complete control of the market, it said...

Mega Exchange Mela at Aditya Tata Cars

ADITYA Tata Cars the authorised dealer for all models of Tata passenger cars will be organising a ‘Mega Exchange Mela’ from December 9 to December 11. The event will be held in their Tata cars showrooms, Humpyard Road, Dhantoli, Sugat Nagar, Power Grid Square, Safeway Motors, Chhindwara Road and Aamgaon Road, Gondia. The main attraction of the exchange mela for customers will be on the spot valuation for old cars and exchange bonus. Also there is instant finance facility available with minimum interest ..

System blocks e-Way Bill generation of non-filers of returns for 2 or more months

Acting tough against the tax evaders, the Government has started disabling e-Way Bill generation facility of taxpayers in case of non-filing of two or more consecutive GSTR 3B Return on GST portal. The Goods and Services Tax Identification Number (GSTIN) of such blocked taxpayers cannot be used to generate the e-Way Bills either as consignor or consignee, said P K Agrawal, Principal Commissioner of CGST Department, Nagpur while talking to The Hitavada...

Laxmi Keshav Construction’s AASRA flat scheme getting overwhelming response

EXPERIENCING a lifestyle and a sense of ownership in the heart of the city is what one aspires for primarily. To cater this need of the people, one of city’s renowned construction companies--Laxmi Keshav Construction--has come up with an alluring project ‘AASRA’ (MahaRERA Registration No P50500013844) providing a series of multiple bedroom preferences. Located at Chitnavis Layout, Byramji Town, the project offers the customers finest quality of construction with breath-taking scenery from the apartments...

‘Shubh Mangal Combo Offer’ at Bapat Shop

WEDDING season means gifts, presents and buying family needed home appliances for the newly weds. On such occasion, its a matter of pleasure if a person gets special attractive offers from the shop of their choice. Keeping this in mind, Bapat Shop has introduced ‘Shubh Mangal Combo Offer’ for its customers. Under the offer, customer can avail huge discount on purchase of two or three products together. On purchase of Glen stove, Racord geyser 6 litre and Philips mixer costing Rs 18,375 will be available ..

Mount Litera Zee School opens at Ghogali

ZEE Learn India’s school chain has launched a new branch of Mount Litera Zee School which will start from KG to class 12 with CBSE Board at Ghogali, Nagpur. This technology driven school system is one of its kind, with many unique features such as Digital Citizenship programme, financial literacy and emerging student profile. The school is coming up in a sprawling campus with all modern infrastructure at Ghogali, near Besa Square...

FPIs turn net sellers in Dec

REVERSING their buying trend, foreign portfolio investors (FPI) turned net sellers in December with a net outflow of Rs 244 crore from the capital markets amid subdued economic data. According to the depositories data, foreign investors pulled out a net sum of Rs 1,668.8 crore from equities. Foreign portfolio investors (FPI), however, invested Rs 1,424.6 crore on a net basis in the debt segment, resulting in a total net outflow of Rs 244.2 crore in December so far...

CGST conducts awareness drive

The CGST and Central Excise, Nagpur conducted an outreach and awareness programme “Stakeholders Feedback Diwas” here on Saturday at GST Bhawan on Telangkhedi Road. The programme was organised for creating awareness for the proposed new GST returns and gathering feedback on the same from trade fraternity. The programme was attended by various trade associations including Vidarbha Industrial Association (VIA), MIDC Hingna Industrial Association (MIA), Butibori Manufacturer’s Association (BMA), Nagpur ..

‘Energy saving products can reduce electricity bills by more than 20 pc’

Highlighting the importance of saving energy costs for homes and businesses, Bhavana Chittawar, Co-founder of FinEffi Energy Solutions said, “In order to reduce electricity bills people will have to explore and install super energy saving products which are available in the market. Installing these products can ensure savings between 20 per cent to 40 per cent on the energy costs.” She was speaking in an exclusive interview to The Hitavada. Day by day people are spending more on hefty electricity ..

DGMS holds workshop

A ONE day workshop on the theme of ‘Workshop on Scientific Study and Monitoring of Slope Stability in Opencast Mine - A Way Forward’ was successfully organised by Western Zone of Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS) on December 6 at Western Zone, Nagpur. The inaugural function was graced by R Subramanian, Director General of Mines Safety as the President of the function. R R Mishra, CMD, Western Coalfields..

AICTE honours SRM with Swachhta Ranking award

SRM Institute of Science and Technology (SRMIST), Kattankulathur, won the annual ‘Swachhta Ranking Award’, under the Residential University category, at the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). SRMIST won this recognition at the third edition of Swachhata Ranking Award event which was held on December 3, 2019 at AICTE headquarter in New Delhi. The awards were received by Registrar of SRMIST Dr N Sethuraman, Dean - IQAC (Internal Quality Assurance Cell), Prof G Augustine Maniraj Pandian ..

Auto component industry turnover dips 10% in Apr-Sept

THE auto component industry’s turnover witnessed worst ever decline in the first half of the current fiscal leading to a job loss of around 1 lakh temporary workers till July this year, industry body ACMA said on Friday. The turnover of the industry dropped to Rs 1.79 lakh crore in the April-September period, down 10.1 per cent from Rs 1.99 lakh crore in the year-ago period, Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA) said. The industry body said the slowdown has also resulted in an investment ..

About 58 pc brokers to invest in ‘algos’ as part of software spends

ALMOST 58 per cent stock brokers will invest in ‘algorithmic trading or algos’ as part of their technology software spends in 2020, which indicates precision and speed in execution of trades will continue to be the focus area for them, a survey by ANMI said recently. The StockTech survey, conducted by the Association of National Exchange Members of India (ANMI) that surveyed around 450 trading members across the country, found that besides front-office and back-office software, other technology software ..

Reserve Bank to retain dovish bias going forward: Report

THE Reserve Bank of India is expected to retain a dovish bias going forward and its emphasis may switch towards ensuring that the aggressive rate cut this year gets transmitted to commercial lending rates, says a report. After five consecutive cuts in interest rates this year, the six-member Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), headed by RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das, unanimously voted to hold the key repo rate at 5.15 per cent and reverse repo rate at 4.90 per cent...

Cut corporate tax rate to 15%: CII to Govt

Industry chamber CII on Friday suggested that the Government should reduce personal income tax rate and slash corporate tax further to 15 per cent for all companies over three years to boost demand and propel growth.In a pre-Budget consultation meeting with Revenue Secretary Ajay Bhushan Pandey, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) recommended focusing on providing impetus to consumption and investment.   CII suggested that in order to bring about uniformity, all corporate tax ..

Huge scope in engineering products for MSMEs, says experts

With the advent of ‘Make in India’ and enhanced focus on locally manufactured products along with the Government’s thrust on doubling engineering goods exports in the next five years and to reach $200 billion by 2030, there is a huge opportunity for the MSME sector. A favourable Government Procurement Policy along with a huge industrial base in the State should also encourage MSMEs to grow their businesses. Experts as well as entrepreneurs from the sector guided the participants ..

Six ICAD students qualify RMO

Six ICAD students qualified the Regional Mathematics Olympiad (RMO). This is highest figure in Nagpur and with this result ICADians continued the legacy of star ICADians.   Overall, 41 Maharashtra State students are qualified for next level Indian National Mathematics Olympiad (INMO). Qualified ICAD prodigies are Anushka Tupkary, Atharva Prabhune, Indrayani Tayde, Raghav Sapre, Soham Dahane and Subhojit Ghosal. Regional Mathematical Olympiad (RMO) is the second stage, after pre-RMO, ..

Shakoo Shree Buildcom launches ‘Wanjari Palace’ at Nandanvan Sq

Its every person’s desire to own a house to whom if anybody has a look says wow and as they enter into the house they should feel pleasant and positive atmosphere around the house.   They need that kind of house which is centrally located, all the basic amenities should be near their house, there should be no issue of water, no issue of parking and at the end it should be secured and under vigilance.So to fulfill all your desire regarding your house ‘Shakoo Shree Buildcom’ ..

Good response to ‘free car care clinic’ at Eros Hyundai

Eros Hyundai has started 10-day free care clinic from December 6. The clinic is receiving overwhelming response as delighted customers are rushing to avail special car care at exciting discounts, which include 10 per cent on spare parts and upto 30 per cent discount on labour. Also available is a 50-point free check-up for AC, engine, transmission, underbody, electrical, exterior, etc. The clinic was formally inaugurated by one of the customers in the presence of Jamaludeen, Area Parts and Service ..

‘Traders should give suggestions for modern markets’

Vidarbha Pen and Stationers Association recently organised Diwali Sneh Milan programme. Arjundas Ahuja, President of Vidarbha Pen and Stationers Association was in the chair. Sharad Dhombre, Director of Sony Polymer Private Limited was the chief guest while Ramavatar Totla, Secretary of Nag Vidarbha Chamber of Commerce (NVCC) was special guest on the occasion. Farooque Akbani and Umesh Patel, office-bearers of NVCC were also present on the occasion...

1,500 exhibitors to attend Plastivision expo

Roadshow of Plastivision India 2020 Exhibition Conference organised by Vidarbha Plastic Industries Association (VPIA), Nagpur recently at Hotel Centre Point, Nagpur. Chief Guest of the function, Suresh Rathi, President of Vidarbha Industries Association (VIA) in his welcome address said the participants that this expo will encourage various sectors of the industries to take benefits on this exhibition. Rakesh Surana, President VPIA, said that the All India Plastics Manufacturers Association will be ..

Onion becomes dearer than pulses and grains

ONION, the important staple of every kitchen has now become dearer than pulses. The all-time onion is now missing from most of the cuisines. Pratap Motwani, Secretary of The Nagpur Wholesale Grain and Seed Merchants Association said, “People must forget onions and eat more pulses which are not only cheaper but also contains more vitamin and proteins.” He pointed out that the prices of onion in the retail market were between Rs 100 and Rs 150 per kg...

‘Promote startups in agriculture sector’

Dhananjayrao Gadgil Institute of Cooperative Management established in the year 1972 with consent of the Government of Maharashtra and Government of India to provide Cooperative Training, Education and Consultancy to the personnel working in Cooperative Institutions of Maharashtra state and Cooperative Department of Government of Maharashtra. Apart from providing need based Cooperative Training, Education and Consultancy services, the institute also undertakes recruitment activities for the cooperative ..

Free guidance workshop of LIC assistant main exam today

Nagpur Division Insurance Workers Organisation, an affiliate unit of NOIW in Nagpur has organised a free guidance workshop for candidates who have already cleared the preliminary examination of LIC assistant and are appearing for the main examination. The workshop is organised on December 6 from 10 am to 6 pm at Dr Hedgewar Blood Bank (Raktapedhi), Conference Hall, 4th Floor, near Ramnagar Square, opposite Dr P K Deshpande Hospital, Dharampeth...

Global IoT enterprise drone shipments to grow: Gartner

WORLDWIDE shipments of Internet of Things (IoT) enterprise drones (defined as flying drones) will total 526,000 units in 2020, an increase of 50 per cent from the previous calendar year, according to research firm Gartner, Inc. Global shipments are forecast to reach 1.3 million units by 2023, it said. “The construction sector is an early adopter of drones, which causes construction monitoring to be the largest use case by shipments worldwide across the forecast,” Kay Sharpington, principal analyst ..

‘Nearly 70% women making career returns fear pay cuts’

EVEN as many large corporates are keen on getting back their women employees who have taken long breaks, most of such women expect a slash in their salaries from their last earned ones, says a report. There are more than 7 million second career women in the country who are seeking to return to work. More than two-thirds of respondents (69 percent) of a survey anticipate a pay cut on their re-entry due to the prevalence of what is called the ‘motherhood wage penalty’ (how mothers suffer severe wage ..

Indian banks to write off more loans: Fitch

INDIAN banks are likely to take significantly more loan write-offs to reduce bad loans against a backdrop of rising provisions and weak recovery prospects, Fitch Ratings said on Thursday. The state-owned banks account for around 90 per cent of impaired loan stock, and have cumulatively written off nearly USD 30 billion in bad loans in the past three years. “Indian banks' performance for the first half of the financial year ending March 2020 (1HFY20) was characterised by overall weaker loan growth ..

Bankers blame rising inflation for RBI holding rates

BANKERS were surprised at the Reserve Bank hitting the pause button despite a steep fall in growth, and opined that inflation seems to have been fore- grounded by the rate-setting panel’s unanimous decision. Largest lender SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar, who also heads the industry lobby Indian Banks Association, termed the status quo policy as an “unanticipated policy surprise”. He, however, also said this is the “most appropriate” move as monetary policy works with a lag when it comes to transmission. ..

‘Excellent synergy helps to increase revenue, lower expenses’

The Lady Entrepreneur’s Wing of Vidarbha Industries Association organised a session on ‘SALES (S– Skilled, A – Action, L - Leads to, E - Excellent & S – Synergy)’ at VIA Auditorium. Santosh Vinayak Panse, Chief Mentor of Sanaru’s Global Life School uttered by establishing an effective synergy at our work place, it requires proper communication, connection and closeness can minimize several challenges of our day to day life. Excellent synergy helps to increase revenue, lower expenses, save time, increase ..

National Cancer Institute to hold masterclass on Lymphomas on 8th

NATIONAL Cancer Institute (NCI), a leading comprehensive cancer-care centre in Central India, is conducting a one-day masterclass on Lymphomas on December 8. This masterclass is being organised by the pharma giant Sun Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd., for gaining further knowledge and expertise for the medical professionals and students in the field of cancer care and treatment. Distinguished experts from the field of Medical Oncology like Dr Tanuja Shet, Professor and Head, DM Oncopathology, Tata Memorial ..

Grand launch of Shakoo Shree Buildcom’s ‘Wanjari Palace’ on 6th

ITS every person’s desire to own a house. They need that kind of house which is centrally located, all the basic amenities should be near their house, there should be no issue of water, no issue of parking and at the end it should be secured and under vigilance. So to fulfill all desire regarding own house ‘Shakoo Shree Buildcom’ has come up with their new and huge project named as ‘Wanjari Palace’ located at Nandanvan Square. Wanjari Palace offers 2 BHK premium flats in which one will have a royal ..

Tijarat-e-Rabehah organises seminar on ‘Unleashed businessman within you’

UNDER the esteemed guidance of His Holiness Dr Syedna Abu Jafar us Sadiq Mufaddal Saifuddin (TUS), a seminar-cum-workshop on ‘Unleashed the businessman within you’ was organised by Anjuman E Ezzy, Dawoodi Bohara Jamat, Shantinagar, under the banner of Tijarat e Rabehah at Hotel Orient Taibah recently. The seminar was to guide and encourage people for doing business, What are the challenges in business? What are ways available, how to do business, etc.? were discussed at the seminar. The main aim of ..

‘India needs tariff reforms to boost consumption of renewables’

INDIA needs to reform its tariff regime to reduce dependence on discoms and bring new electricity procurement models to boost consumption of renewables by commercial and industrial (C&I) consumers, according to an industry expert. As per a report by WWF-India, C&I consumers account for 51 per cent of the total electricity consumption in India, which is equivalent to 1,130 TWh per annum. “Concerted Government action is required to grow penetration of renewable power for these consumers...

Coaching at Doshi & Dayal Badminton Academy

DOSHI & DAYAL the-state-of-art badminton academy in East Nagpur is now open for badminton coaching for all age groups. The Academy offers coaching to children above age of 5 years between 4 and 9 pm, except on Sundays. Those who want to play in groups at leisure can also book hourly slot. The academy has four international standard wooden courts as well as experienced coaches to train students...

3-day Belly Dance workshop at Nujster Fitness Studio

NUJSTER Fitness Studio, one of the premium and truly holistic functional training fitness centres is famous for its group functional training. Nujster Fitness Studio organises various workshops also and this time they are proud to announce that Nujster is hosting a three day Belly Dance workshop with one and only India`s most famous and renowned Belly dancer Eshan Hilal, in which one will be taught all the basics of Belly dancing and given some exercise and drills so that he can continue his practice ..

Govt reduces onion stock holding limit

CONTINUING the efforts to curb rising onion prices, the government on Tuesday reduced the stock holding limit for retailers and wholesalers to 5 tonnes and 25 tonnes. Onion prices have been ruling high for the past few weeks even as various measures have been initiated to increase supply of the key kitchen staple. Earlier, retailers were allowed to hold onion stock up to 10 tonnes and wholesalers up to 50 tonnes. Now, they can hold half of it, as per an order issued by the Consumer Affairs Ministry. ..

Debt ETF to give opportunity to retail investors to invest in quality PSU bonds: Experts

THE Government’s decision to launch an umbrella debt exchange-traded fund will provide a better opportunity to retail investors for participation in quality public sector bonds at an affordable cost, experts said on Wednesday. They further said the move would also help in deepening and widening the participation in the Indian corporate bond market. The Union Cabinet has approved the launch of exchange traded fund (ETF) for bonds to create an additional source of funding for Central Public Sector Enterprise..

‘Proposed cap on trade margins will not hurt pharma cos’

INDIA’S proposal to cap the trade margins available to drug distributors will not significantly hurt the profitability of pharmaceutical companies, Fitch Ratings said on Wednesday. Trade margin is the difference between the price at which manufacturers/importers sell to stockists and the price charged to consumers. “India’s proposal to cap trade margins...Will not significantly hurt the profitability of pharmaceutical companies, as the proposal does not restrict the margins at which pharma companies ..

MMRL must follow standard procurement policy as per MSME Act: COSIA

After a successfully conducting “Vendor Development Programme” in association with Maharashtra Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRL) here the members of Vidarbha Chapter of Chamber of Small Industry Associations (COSIA) met Dr Brijesh Dixit Managing Director- Metro Rail. Mayank Shukla, Chairman COSIA, led the delegation comprising Core Committee Members Sandeep Darwekar, Anant Kamthikar and Pranav Ambasalkar. The objective of the follow up meeting was to apprise Dr Dixit about the points raised by ..

Merging style with comfort at Rags Boutique

Highlighting what people should focus on while buying clothes, Shaileja Prasad, Director of Rags Boutique said, “The two most important factors that people should look out for when buying clothes is style and comfort. She was speaking exclusively to The Hitavada on Tuesday. She said, “Style should be there as it is an extension of your personality. At the same time, a person should be able to move freely and the experience feeling of comfort wearing different outfits...

ALLEN holds ‘Bhakti ki Pathshala’ for students

ALLEN Career Institute conducted the biggest spirituality class for science students, Sanskar Mahotsava on Sunday at Reshimbagh Ground, Nagpur. More than 10,000 science students, parents and faculty members attended the programme. In this confluence of spirituality and science organised in Nagpur, values were infused among the students. The Kalyanotsav of Lord Venkatesh and Goddess Lakshmi was conducted on the lines of Lord Shri Tirupati Balaji temple. Everywhere the devotees were seen enjoying ..

E-pharmacies await Govt to release regulations

The e-pharmacy industry in the country is waiting for the government to come up with regulations for the sector to boost its growth and attract investment, leading players said on Tuesday. "We want India to come up with a progressive e-pharmacy regulation. We want that as that would give a lot of clarity and confidence to the sector, whether it is investors, whether it is our business partners and vendors," 1mg Technologies Founder and CEO Prashant Tandon told reporters here...

Sugar production plunges 54 pc to 18.85 lakh tn

India’s sugar production fell 54 per cent during October-November to 18.85 lakh tonne due to sharp decline in output in Maharashtra where cane crushing started late, according to trade data. Sugar season or marketing year runs from October to September. “Sugar production till November 30, 2019 in the current 2019-20 sugar season is 18.85 lakh tonne, which was 40.69 lakh tonne last year on November 30, 2018,” Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) said in a statement. Only 279 sugar mills were operating ..

NTPC Mouda celebrates 11th Foundation Day

NTPC Ltd Mouda celebrated 11th Foundation Day with great fun fare. Dr Kumar Vishwas, renowned poet, was the chief guest on the occasion. The other guests were Dilip Kumar, Chief General Manager of NTPC Mouda, V Thangpandian, former Chief General Manager of NTPC, Mouda. Dr Vishwas mesmirised the audiance by his poems. The participants enjoyed the poems of Dr Vishwas . Eakesh Ganesh of NTPC Mouda recited Ganesh Vandana, says a press release issued here by the company. Apart from this, Samruddhi Mahila ..

SIP Academy students shine in Abacus competition

SIP Academy India is an Indian arm of SIP Abacus, Maleshiya. It runs a unique ‘skill development programe’ for kids of 7 to 12 years. SIP has recently organised an International and National level Abacus competition at Chennai. Around 4,000 students from 9 countries including India participated in the competition. 17 students from ‘Genius Learning Center’ Ramdaspeth, Nandanvan and Wardhaman Nagar excelled in the competition...

MOIL team secures first position in Rescue competition

MOIL Rescue Team was placed first in the category of ‘Rescue and Recovery’ in the All India Mines Safety Competition. MOIL team also won second position for their overall performance in other competitions too. The competition was recently held at Mahanadi Coal Fields Ltd at Brijraj Nagar of Zarsugonda city of Odisha. In the competition 7 teams from metal mines and 19 team from coal mines from all over the country took part...

Yash LED Technology transmits 4K live surgery

Yash LED Technology Pvt. Ltd, is a Nagpur-based audio visual equipment hire and solution provider. It specializes in organising hi-tech Corporate Medical Conferences pan India. Counted amongst the top three leading AV solution provider for medical conferences, the croup added yet another feather to its cap during the AMASICON Medical Conference organised in Nagpur by transmitting 4K live surgery. Yash LED has become the first company in India to achieve the feat of transmitting 4K live surgery and ..