Wednesday, 24 October 2012

The Indian Institute of management, Indore will host its three-day flagship management festival - Ahvan, starting from Friday.

The Indian Institute of management, Indore will host its three-day flagship management festival - Ahvan, starting from Friday. The fest will mark the beginning of the much awaited campus festival with a recorded footfall of over 6,000 and a total participation going up to 10,000 students across B-Schools. The fest is widely known for conceptualizing the famous flagship events like Ashwamedha, Kalpavriksha, Chanakya and Klueless among others.

Apart from the group and individual events, Ahvan will be hosting guest talk series spread over the three days comprising talk by dignitaries from various spheres of management including Kris Ramachandran, advisor to the chairman of Aditya Birla Group, Syed Nasir Ali, joint MD of Air India, Krish Ashok, head of Web2.0 Innovation Lab at TCS, Maya Sharma, chief correspondent of NDTV Bangalore, Madan Mohan Rao, research director of They would be delivering insights on changing India paradigms.

Among the highlights, this year, Ashwamedha is focused on identifying the Best Manager to the Best Leader who act on nation building. The jury would include eminent personalities from the business world, intellectuals and academicians in the country.

Kalpavriksha, the annual social business challenge will be held across two categories - the student business plan and the social enterprise challenge. Similar to last year, this year, the event has garnered participation from international schools in the league of Kellogg School of Management. The winners will be decided on criteria that look at the extent of impact on society, marketing plan, financial feasibility and sustainability.

Chanakya, the consulting event of Ahvan'12 has gathered the maximum participation across all the offline events with more than 650 teams from premier B-Schools in India including ISB, IIM-A, IIM-B, IIM Calcutta, IIM Lucknow and XLRI amongst others forming a major chunk. The top six teams would fight it out in the campus.
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CM to be in Indore for Global Investors Summit
Times of India
INDORE: The state chief minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, will be finally reviewing the preparations of the forthcoming Global Investors Summit (GIS) in Indore on October 25. He will be holding the meeting of the officials concerned at Labh Ganga, which ...
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All set to celebrate IIM-Indore,Satyam Oil Company
Times of India
INDORE: City seems all ready to celebrate the occasion of Vijayadashami. Effigies as tall as 111-ft of the demon King Ravan are dotting various places these days. "Among other attractions, we will have a gigantic Ravan effigy at Chaoni, a jhanki ...
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IIM-I to host three-day fest Ahvan from Friday
Times of India
INDORE: The Indian Institute of management, Indore will host its three-day flagship management festival - Ahvan, starting from Friday. The fest will mark the beginning of the much awaited campus festival with a recorded footfall of over 6,000 and a ...
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Indore: Chemical factory gutted in Rajendra Nagar
Daily Bhaskar
Indore: A chemical factory was gutted in a major fire in Rajendra Nagar area on Tuesday.The fire occurred at Satyam Chemical factory near IIM Indore in Pigdambar village late Monday night. At around 3 am, some people noticed smoke emanating from the ...
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Plans ready for eco-friendly immersion of Durga idols
Times of India
INDORE: Buoyed by the successful implementation of project regarding eco-friendly immersion of Ganpati idols, Indore Municipal Corporation has now come up with a plan for eco-friendly immersion of Goddess Durga idols. Preparations are being made for ...
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'More specific strategies required to attract investors'
Times of India
INDORE: MNCs in developed countries are now holding a record $4-5 trillion in cash. This investment will be seeking a place and China leads the queue internationally and Gujarat domestically. Policies attracting investment have become standard in most ...
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Local industries complain of being ignored by the MP
Times of India
INDORE: At a time when the state was celebrating season investment, the existing industries have raised their objections over certain taxes and unfair clearances. First, the industries have raised the issue relating to input tax rebate (ITR). They feel ...
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Jhabua jail inmate looks traumatized: State Women Commission member
Times of India
INDORE: The under-trial inmate, who is being treated in mental hospital, is shocked over the incident and looks scared, said Snehlata Upadhaya, member of the State Women Commission (SWC). She was talking to media after meeting the victim Anitabai ...
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'Friendly policies attracting investors'
Times of India
INDORE: Blessed with factors like central location on the country's map, availability of abundant natural resources and presence of a huge number of skilled force, the state has become the destination for the investors from within and even outside the ...
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Central Bank targets home-loan segment
Times of India
INDORE: The state-owned lender, Central Bank of India, has come up with an aggressive strategy for targeting home loan seekers with its first edition of 'Swapna Sankul-2012', a property exhibition to attract the customers. Starting from October 26-27 ...
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CM to be in Indore for Global Investors Summit

The state chief minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, will be finally reviewing the preparations of the forthcoming Global Investors Summit (GIS) in Indore on October 25. He will be holding the meeting of the officials concerned at Labh Ganga, which is the venue for the three-day event, which begins on October 28. The CM is likely to be in the city for four days at a stretch during the entire GIS.

It will be followed by the unveiling of the IT Crystal Park and Namkeen Cluster in Indore on October 27.

It was in this context that the AKVN (I) reached agreement with 11 industries here o9n Tuesday. Altogether, they are likely to invest a sum of Rs 95.43 crore. Also, 1666 people are likely to get employment through these industries. They belong to sectors like pharma, auto, textile, paper & plastic, said an official of AKVN.

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

FIR against Director Karan Johar, Actor Shahrukh and Producer Gauhri Khan, crew of 'Student of the Year' movie

An FIR was registered against the crew of recently released 'Student of the Year' bollywood flick for hurting religious sentiments and making economical profits out of it on Saturday here after the district court orders. Acting on the petition filed by advocate Vikram Dube and others, justice Santosh Kumar Shukl directed the Palasia police station in-charge to register FIR against the crew members of the movie for using 'sexy' word for Radha in one of the songs and prepare a comprehensive report to present before the court by December 20. The song has used wordings 'Radha likes to move that sexy Radha body' for which action has been taken. The court has ordered to file an FIR against director Karan Johar, Shahrukh and Gauhri Khan, music director Vishal Shekhar, playback singher Shreya Ghoshal and Udit Narayan, lyricist Avnita Datt and Sony Music.

Shashi Tharoor suggests, Indore debates
Times of India
INDORE: A state-level, inter-school debate Crossfire Connoisseur competition was held at Laurels School International on Saturday. The topic was 'should India give up on democracy in the interest of more rapid and efficient development.' It was given ...
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Girl succumbs, boy battling for life in hospital
Times of India
INDORE: The girl who had met with an accident on Friday succumbed to injuries while the boy is still battling for life in the hospital. Both were seriously injured in a road accident when a four-wheeler coming from wrong side, hit them and escaped from ...
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Celebrating Navratri, the South Indian style
Times of India
INDOREIndore is indeed coming of age. Embracing rich and vivid cultures of different corners of the country, the city is turning out into a mini-India vibrant with festive spirit. The latest addition is the celebrations of Navratri, the South Indian ...
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Smokers, alcoholic men beware of osteoporosis
Times of India
INDORE: More number of women suffer from osteoporosis than men. But considering it solely as a 'woman's disease' would not be wise, as it can pose a significant threat to men's mobility and independence as well. Doctors say osteoporosis progresses ...
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Police claim headway in Rewa royal theft
Times of India
INDORE: Three day after theft at Royal Museum of Rewa in which a dozen of antiques worth Rs 500 to Rs 1,000 crore were stolen, police claimed to have made headway in the case with recovery of important documents and stamp papers on Saturday.
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Kashmiri traders driven away from Orchha
Times of India
INDORE: Small-time traders from Jammu and Kashmir, who visited the fort town of Orchha in Madhya Pradesh in search of livelihood during peak tourism season, allegedly faced hostile environment from local goons owing allegiance to a political party and ...
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Acting VC locked for two hours
Times of India
INDORE: Irked by the delay in announcement of fresh results of Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) first prof, students locked the acting vice chancellor of DAVV Dr Ganesh Kawadia at the university teaching department (UTD) campus of the varsity for ...
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Now, industrial units at SEZ can pay bills online
Times of India
INDORE: The administration seems to be in no mood to leave any stone unturned in order to attract more and more investors during the Global Investors Summit. While preparations for the event are in full swing, AKVN (I) has unveiled a special facility ...
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FIR against crew of 'Student of the year' movie
Times of India
INDORE: An FIR was registered against the crew of recently released 'Student of the Year' bollywood flick for hurting religious sentiments and making economical profits out of it on Saturday here after the district court orders. Acting on the petition ...
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Acting Vice Chancellor of DAVV Indore Dr Ganesh Kawadia locked for two hours by Students

INDORE: Irked by the delay in announcement of fresh results of Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) first prof, students locked the acting vice chancellor of DAVV Dr Ganesh Kawadia at the university teaching department (UTD) campus of the varsity for nearly two hours on Saturday. Five days back, complaining of poor marking, students of three different private colleges had alleged that the college had deliberately failed candidates with two to four marks.

Accepting the complaints of students, vice-chancellor ordered a probe by a joint committee to review copies and marks allotted against the answers written and declare the results but to no avail. Saturday being the holiday, students went berserk.

Students also presented a memorandum to the statue of Devi Ahilya Bai at varsity campus seeking wisdom for varsity authorities. Later, a group of students tried talking to acting vice chancellor Dr Kawadia to sort out the problem. When nothing worked out, agitated students locked him inside department of economics for two hours. They released him after he promised to declare results by October 30.

"If varsity does not review the results by the scheduled date, we will lock the entire varsity and its teaching department," said Nimesh Pathak, an activist fighting for the cause of students.

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350 odd Pilots will lose Job after Kingfisher Airlines curb

The suspension of the scheduled operator permit of Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has added to the growing list of unemployed pilots in the country.
It means that about 350-400 pilots, who were working for the cash-strapped airline, will join the 6,000-odd unemployed pilots in the country.

“Kingfisher’s crisis has only added gloom to the Indian civil aviation. The number of unemployed pilots in India has been adding and there are no signs of it receding. The disheartening thing is that a large number of the 6,000-odd unemployed pilots in the country are youngsters and some of them are yet to be hired by an airline after attaining their commercial pilots licences (CPLs),” Ashok Arya of the Unemployed Pilots Welfare Association said.

With the DGCA not allotting any slots to Kingfisher Airlines in the winter schedule, the pilots will not be flying anytime soon. The airline will have to re-apply for permit and this process is expected to take about 3 to 6 months, he said. Given the situation, a few pilots many opt for other low-cost carriers for a lesser salary, he said.

Of the current lot of pilots working for Kingfisher Airlines, about 60% are jet aircraft type-rated Commanders / Pilots and the rest are CPL holders designated as co-pilots. Among the 8,000-odd unemployed Pilots (excluding Kingfisher), 500 are jet aircraft type-rated commanders / pilots and the rest are CPL holders.

Another option for the pilots will be to wait till the end of 2013 when the expatriate pilots employed by the airlines will have to quit their jobs. According to a DGCA directive, all airlines which have employed expatriates will have to phase them out by the end of 2013. Currently, there are about 500 expatriate pilots employed by Indian carriers including Kingfisher Airlines.

Meantime, the Kingfisher Airlines management will hold its first meeting on Monday with its striking employees following the DGCA’s suspension order.

Sanjay Agarwal, the CEO of the airlines, will meet the employees who have not reported to work since October 1 citing non-payment of salary for several months.

The management has been trying to put on a brave face by stating that its suspension by the DGCA is valid only till it submits a concrete and reliable revival plan to the satisfaction of the aviation regulator.

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Global Recession ? it's the opportunity of a Lifetime

One thousand, three hundred new jobs over the next four years in Kerry Group. On top of that, we're likely to get a further 1,300 spin-off jobs. Paddy Power then rows in with 600 jobs of its own, while on Monday, GSK announced that 120 jobs which were supposed to go in Sligo, will now be saved.

What's going on here? I thought we were in the middle of a recession.

The truth, however, is that these developments aren't entirely against the run of play.

They may not all pack the same punch as Kerry Group or Paddy Power, but Irish entrepreneurs working across a range of sectors are building the companies that will eventually get us back on our feet.

"As far as I'm concerned, this recession is far and away the greatest opportunity of our lifetimes," says entrepreneur John McGuire.

"It's never been easier to set up a company, rent an office, buy equipment and advertise. Everything -- from printing to phones to property -- has become cheap and accessible."

Back in 2009, Mr McGuire watched the mortgage business that he had built from scratch disappear before his eyes. Just a year earlier, it had organised over €130m in mortgages and made a gross profit of just over €1.4m. But as the banking industry collapsed, business dried up with horrifying speed.

In response, he sold anything that wasn't nailed down, rented out his house and moved into his office. With the world crumbling around him, Mr McGuire opened Dax Cafe Bar on Dublin's Pembroke Street with business partner Olivier Meisonnave -- by converting the boardroom of his defunct business.

"It's been a great success," he says. "Come in any lunchtime or weeknight evening and the place is flying. That's not to say that it's been easy. Far from it. Trading conditions are incredibly difficult, but if you cut your teeth in this market, you're set up for the rest of your life."

Six months after opening the bar, he launched the cut-price insurance brokerage Quotedevil -- "for a hell of a quote". Over the past year, the company has added one person to the payroll every month.

Mr McGuire now employs twice as many people as he did at the height of the boom.

Irish companies in a range of sectors are bucking the recessionary trend. Food and drink exports increased by 12pc last year, reaching close to €9bn.

Over the last 18 months medical-device companies have announced €244m worth of investments and promised 1,500 jobs.

Meanwhile, internet companies accounted for €80bn in exports last year.

"There is no recession online," says Alan Coleman of the multi-award-winning digital-advertising agency Wolfgang Digital.

"Online markets are growing, so what we do is help people tap into the growing online demand for their products and services."

Mr Coleman walked out of his job just as the economy began to go down the tubes five years ago. He used online tutorials to learn about Google Adwords -- the search engine's flagship advertising product -- and set up his own digital-advertising agency in his kitchen.

This year, the company added four new people to the payroll.

"We were born in the recession," he says. "I started the business at the tail end of 2007, just as things started to fall apart. So we've never known anything else."

Although Mr Coleman dislikes the term, he is a serial entrepreneur and has previously run an organic-lunch delivery business, a football-merchandise business and sold porridge and smoothies at festivals.

"There are two ways of looking at the way things are at the moment," says John McGuire. "You can see the negative or you can see the positive.

"At the moment, all I can see are opportunities."

Young Indians Indore Chapter holds career counselling workshop

Indore decked-up for navratri
Times of India
INDORE: Navratri is here and has the whole city captivated in the festive mood, with pandals, decorations and hectic garba practices to welcome the Goddess Durga. The nine-day long festival is a favourite with Indoreans because of the glitz and colours ...
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Indore Municipal Corporation reviews investors' meet preparation
Times of India
INDOREIndore Municipal Corporation (IMC) held a meeting on Monday to review the preparation of the upcoming Global Investor Summit and instructed officials to complete all infrastructural works like patchwork of roads, repairing of road dividers, ...
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Sleuths open Schedule Caste Financial Corporation official bank locker, freeze ...
Times of India
INDORE: Lokayukta sleuths on Monday opened the locker of chief account officer and general manager of Schedule Caste Financial Corporation (SCFC) Bhupendra Singh Bhati and found 222 gram gold and 450 gram silver jewellery. They have also frozen ...
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Young Indians Indore Chapter holds career counselling workshop
Times of India
INDORE: The Young Indians (Yi) Indore chapter held a career counselling workshop for the students of IX to XII Standard of Chavni Parishad Vyavsayik Prashikshan Kendra, Mhow and Rishi Valley Academy, Mhow recently. The initiative is a program that ...
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Nirmal Bharat Yatra celebrates global handwashing day
Times of India
INDORE: Nirmal Bharat Yatra, a government campaign to spread awareness about hygienic practices, celebrates Global Handwashing Day here on second day of yatra in Indore on Modnay. Handwashing experts claims that handwashing with soap is the ...
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Delay in results: Students stage protest at Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya
Times of India
INDORE: Miffed over the delay in results and discrepancies in mark allotment in examinations, hundreds of students thronged the administrative campus of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) with their complaints on Tuesday, resulting in a standstill for ...
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State woos investors. But what about infra?
Times of India
INDORE: At a time when the state government is ready to woo investors to the city, nearly a dozen projects including hotels, malls and residential apartment worth crores are waiting for no objection certificate (NOC) from fire department; the reason ...
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Doctors on mass leave tomorrow
Times of India
INDORE: With government doctors deciding to go on mass casual leave on Wednesday, health services are likely to be crippled in the district. The doctors have remained adamant on their decision despite being warned of disciplinary action by the health ...
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Inflation to hit festive spends
Times of India
INDORE: Inflation coupled with the uncertainty about an impending slowdown has taken the fizz out of customers as the festival season begins. The gloomy market trend is keeping the companies and retailers on the edge. Though most hope the situation to ...
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Students approach police against their institute
Times of India
INDORE: Around 10 students on Monday went to Palasia police complaining against their institute for not hiring proper faculty despite their repeated demands. In their complaint, the students informed that they had taken admission in GT Hardware ...
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