Lower mobile bills
Telecom service providers Uninor and Tata Docomo announced special schemes for their subscribers in Bihar and Jharkhand circle on June 26. Uninor circle business head A.E.A. Jameel announced a special tariff voucher of Rs 144 to enable subscribers make unlimited Uninor to Uninor local calls for 30 days. Tata Docomo, on the other hand, introduced three special tariff vouchers for local and STD calls at the rate of 25 paise per minute for its pre-paid subscribers. While two are different vouchers for local calls at lower rates with validity of 30 and 90 days, the third is for STD calls with 30-day validity, Ashok Ghosh, the mobile business unit head (east) of the company said
CMI Vertical (construction equipment, mining and infrastructure) in Dharwad, a unit of Adityapur-based RSB Transmissions (I) Ltd, won the outstanding performance award for 2013-14 from Caterpillar India, a leading global construction equipment company. The award, on behalf of RSB, was received by M. Sankaranarayanan, president and Md Jawed, vice -president (business development) of CMI Vertical at a function at Westin Hotel in Chennai.
South Indian Bank’s Jamshedpur branch in Sakchi was shifted to a new location on New Kalimati Road. The re-located branch was inaugurated on June 23 in the presence of its DGM and head (Calcutta region) Nanda Kumar, XLRI director Father E. Abraham and Kerala Samajam chairman A.P.R. Nair. South Indian Bank recorded total business of over Rs 84,000 crore as on March 31, 2014, and earned a net profit of over Rs 500 crore in the fiscal
Corporate heart for Hindi
Gopal Singh, chairman-cum-managing director of Central Coalfields Limited, who also heads Nagar Rajbhasha Implementation Committee, on June 25 announced the launch of a special prize to promote the use of Hindi while presiding over the panel’s meeting at CCL headquarters in Ranchi