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Shaheed Parivar Fund organises 103th distribution function

In the 103rd distribution function of the Shaheed Parivar Fund held recently, a financial help of Rs 20, 00,000 was distributed to 100 terrorists’ victim families in the shape of fixed deposit receipts (so far a sum of Rs 12,87,86,382 has been collected in the fund out of which a sum of Rs 9,76,16,122 has been distributed amongst 8,161 families).

Virbhadra Singh, union minister for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises was the chief guest, and Shivraj V Patil, governor, Punjab presided over the function. While Sukhbir Singh Badal, chief minister, Punjab; Pawan kumar Bansal, union minister for parliamentary affairs; AB Bardhan, national general secretary CPI; Maninderjit Singh Bitta, president, All Anti Terrorists’ Front, Punjab; C Paul Singh IPS (retd) inspector general of police; Sewa Singh Sekhwan, minister of education, Punjab; Rajinder Kaur Bhattal, former chief minister & leader of opposition, Punjab;  Balramji Dass Tandon, former minister, Punjab; Rakesh Bharti Mittal, vice chairman, Bharti Enterprises; Sarwan Singh Phillaur, chief parliamentary secretary; Baba Kashmira Singh, founder chairman, SGL Charitable Hospital, Jalandhar; Vijay Kumar Chopra, CMD, Punjab Kesari Group Rana KP Singh, MLA, Nangal and PC Dogra, IPS (retd) DGP, Punjab also graced the function.

Setback at Norske Skog

Fire at the Norske Skog Saugbrugs mill in Norway caused long term stop in paper production. On February 02, fire caused damage to part of the thermo-mechanical pulp plant which supplies the paper machines with fibre. All production facilities at the mill were stopped due to this. Normal production has subsequently been started at one paper machine (PM4), which produces about 10 000 tonnes per month. Norsk Skog Saugbrugs will have a loss in production of about 30-35 000 tonnes per month (PM5 and PM6).

Another division at Canon India

Canon India announced creation of unified Office Imaging Solutions (OIS) division and the appointment of K Bhashkar as the director of the new division. This B2B business has been one of the major contributors in Canon’s overall business, contributing more than 25 percent to the company’s revenues in 2010. Bhashkar brings with him over fifteen years of experience in enterprise domain of business solutions. His experience can be leveraged to bring more synergy and build this division to focus now on the medium and small enterprises.

Manipal Press opts GMC

To advance their client’s direct mail communication and enable personalization to individual needs, Manipal Press Limited (MPL) selected GMC Software Technology, the standard in personalized communications.

Established in 1941, Manipal Press is part of the $750 million Manipal Group and one of the India’s largest print service providers. With state-of-the-art equipment from leading manufacturers, the company provides innovative, integrated, end-to-end print solutions and has a growing global presence with locations across India and abroad.

Entries invited for technotrans Green Printer Award 2011

Technotrans has invited their costumers to take part in Green Printer award 2011. An expert team will judge the entries awarding each of them a ‘Green Printing Quotient’ (GPQ). The printer with maximum GPQ will be declared as the technotrans Green Printer 2011.

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