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Mega glitter

Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri (TBZ), one of India’s top retail jewellers and a well-known and trusted brand with a legacy spanning 150 years, opened its maiden outlet in Jharkhand with a brand-new store in Jamshedpur. The exquisite 2,965sqft showroom is located at Narbheram Building, Bistupur. The launch of TBZ in Jharkhand has been timed well to serve customers for upcoming festivals right up to Chhath and the winter wedding season. Shrikant Zaveri, the chairman-cum-managing director of TBZ said: “We are confident that the art and culture loving communities of Jamshedpur and other places in Jharkhand will warmly welcome TBZ’s legendary values such as trust, tradition, craftsmanship and jewellery designing.” TBZ, which is spreading its footprints across India with new stores, its main showroom at Zaveri Bazaar in Mumbai, built across five floors and one of India’s largest jewellery showrooms, continues to be iconic

I-Day highlights

Public sector units celebrated Independence Day by taking stock of their performance. Hailing miners for achieving the highest-ever coal production of 50.23MT during 2013-14, CMD of Central Coalfields Limited Gopal Singh on August 15 asked workers to work hard and fuel the nation’s growth. On the same day, Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited CMD A.K. Debnath reminded employees that 2.25 lakh metre were drilled so far in 2014-15 against the overall target of 12 lakh metre. Debnath urged them to achieve the targeted turnover of Rs 812 crore, 25 per cent higher than last year. Mecon CMD A.K. Tyagi congratulated workers on successful commissioning of projects in the last fiscal and asked them to keep up the pace

Earthmover review

Central Mines Planning and Design Institute in Ranchi bagged a consultancy job from outside the Coal India Limited (CIL) fold recently when National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC), Hyderabad, entrusted it to review the performance of heavy earthmovers in three iron ore projects. A CMPDI release said it would submit a report within three months, suggesting ways to improve utilisation capacity of equipment. The CMPDI will also advise NMDC on optimum fleet size/capacity of equipment to suit its present projects

Gifting better health to children

The chairmen-cum-managing directors of Central Coalfields and Mecon, Gopal Singh and A.K. Tyagi laid the foundation of a Rs 10-lakh, 660sqft medical hall on August 15 on the complex of Ranchi’s Cheshire Home, a refuge for chronically sick and differently abled children. Once complete, Cheshire Home will use this hall to treat its own inmates and nearby villagers