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India News on September 28, 2012

  • Chief of Nationalist Congress Party Sharad Pawar met with Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and Congress chief minister Prithviraj Chavan. He later announced that Ajit Pawar will not continue as the Deputy CM. Sharad Pawar made it clear that he won't accept any more resignations from the NCP members in the government.
  • Telecom minister Kapil Sibal said that the auction of natural resources was not a constitutional mandate but an economic choice.
  • A bank ATM van was robbed for Rs. 5 crore in South Delhi's Defence Colony. The van was carrying cash to be deposited in an ICICI ATM. The robbers shot the guard and fled away with the van.
  • The Kelkar panel recommends LPG price to be hiked by Rs. 50 per cylinder.

  • Bosch Power Tools Associates with National Institute of Design to Launch ‘India Changers’- Designers at Work for a better India
    Business Wire India

    The Dell KACE K1000 Management Appliance Helps Organizations Improve End Point Security and Achieve Regulatory Compliance
    Business Wire India

    CA Technologies Reports Digital Literacy Key to Driving Revenue
    Business leaders must embrace the true value of technology according to CA Technologies (NASDAQ:CA) global ‘The Future Role of the CIO; Digital Literacy’ report. The study reveals that 84 percent of the North American CIOs interviewed believe a lack of digital literacy amongst senior executives could be hampering business growth Business Wire India

    As India’s Water Woes Increase, Desalination Emerges as a Sustainable Solution, Finds Frost & Sullivan
    The rapid industrial development in India is escalating demand for fresh water in the increasingly water-stressed country. Owing to India’s large coastline, desalination is considered one of the most viable water supply alternatives. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.environmental.frost Business Wire India

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