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Smart auto gear

Maruti Suzuki India Limited launched Celerio, a hatchback with automated gearshift technology in Ranchi on February 7. The first car in its segment to allow the driver to change gears at the click of a button, this hatchback promises to combine high mileage of manual cars with the convenience of automatic ones. The petrol-driven car is fuel efficient at 23.1 kmpl. The spacious hatchback is available in seven colours — blazing red, pearl arctic white, glistening grey, silky silver, sunshine ray, cerulean blue and cave black. The introductory ex-showroom price of variants ranges between Rs 4.02 lakh and Rs 4.71 lakh. “Driving a car in today’s chaotic traffic is tedious as one often has to change gears. We can’t solve the traffic problem, so we introduced an auto gear shift car,” Bhuvan Deep, general manager (sales) of the company

Power pat

Jusco, a fully-owned Tata Steel subsidiary, bagged the national meritorious performance awards instituted by the Union ministry of power among distribution companies for the year 2012-13. Union ministry of state for power Jyotiraditya Scindia handed over the award to Jusco general manager Sharad Kumar and his deputy VP Singh at a function held in New Delhi on February 4. The national awards have been instituted by the Union ministry of power to motivate utility companies to perform their best

Luxe address

Jamshedpur added another hospitality address with the launch of Jiva, a luxury hotel in Sakchi. Inaugurated on February 2 by social worker Bhadarmal Khemka, the hotel on Water Works Road has 40 elegantly-furnished rooms with four-star facilities. The high-end hotel has Pastry Box, a lobby café, Global Fusion, a restaurant with an elaborate multi-cuisine menu and Limelight, a banquet hall. The hotel will cater to events and functions for 400 guests. “Jiva will boost Jharkhand’s tourism sector in a lavish way,” said its owner Piyush Khemka

Clear vision mission

SAIL, in its commitment to corporate social responsibility, teamed up with Yogoda Satsang Society to host a cataract operation eye camp at Shalini Hospital, Soso, under Ranchi’s Angara block between January 29 and 31. One hundred and forty BPL patients from the interiors of Jharkhand as well as Bengal’s Purulia were operated upon by ophthalmologist G.S. Mangat, also a Yogoda Satsang Society member