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India News on September 20, 2012


  • BJP president Nitin Gadkari slammed the government, saying that they introduced the FDI reforms only to diver the attention from coalgate scam.
  • BJP spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad ruled out a possibility of Third Front. Speaking at a press conference, he said, "Third Front is history now. This country will be lead either by the Congress or the BJP."
  • Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee said that though she is against the UPA government politically, she couldn't support the bandh. She thanked the police force for tackling the bandh.

  • GETIT Powers “Lalbaugcha Raja” Information Helpline
    As Mumbai readies itself for Ganesh Chaturthi, GETIT Infoservices Pvt. Ltd., the leader in directional advertising and pioneer of the Yellow Pages in India, partners with Lalbaugcha Raja as its official information provider. The festivity will continue for 10 days from September 19 to September 29 2012 Business Wire India

    Max Life Insurance Breaks Boundaries in Customer Centricity
    Max Life Insurance, one of the leading life insurer in India, today announced a breakthrough initiative in customer centricity by introducing ‘Claims Guarantee’, a unique friendly and hassle free death claims process Business Wire India

    PVR Nest Launches the Largest Campaign on Road Safety
    PVR Nest, the CSR arm and registered foundation of PVR Ltd. launches a new edition of its flagship program CineArt on Road Safety which converges Cinema and Art for Social Change Business Wire India

    Innovation Typifies the Emerging Indian Fruits and Vegetable Extracts Market, finds Frost & Sullivan
    The Indian fruit and vegetable extracts market has been picking up steam over the last three to four years due to rapidly evolving product types and consumer preferences. Indians’ increasing desire for health and wellness and their rising awareness about the functionality of food and beverage ingredients have compelled manufacturers to innovate and offer a wider variety of product variants Business Wire India

    QuickBooks Online Goes Global
    From Austria to Zimbabwe, small businesses globally for the first time can easily create localized invoices, pay bills and track expenses with the availability of QuickBooks Online , from Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU), the makers of QuickBooks and provider of connected services trusted by more than 60 million customers Business Wire India

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