3.5 million sold-Maruthi Suzuki Alto

India's Maruthi Suzuki Alto cars sold have exceeded the landmark 3.5 million, making it the most popular car among the middle-class Indians. Its modern design, cost of the vehicle and good mileage, make it the most popular car for 14 consecutive years.

It has two versions Maruthi 800 and K-10 version in 2014. AGS or auto gear shift with two pedals system became a hit among the middle-aged. Hatchback models of Suzuki have remained popular and affordable since its inception in 2000.

...too is busy in business to CBI summons, Nirav Modi

"I am too busy with my business," says Nirav Modi to the summons issued by the Central Bureau of Investigation. The audacity of the person to the summons in his reply gives enough hint of long drawn battle to bring him to books by the Indian government.

CBI had sent the summons through emails to Nirav Modi.In reply he has not even mentioned the country he is in and doing business, simply a vague reply he is too busy with his business abroad, hence unable to join the investigation team.

Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill- against fleeing fugitives

Central Cabinet is to bring a farmore stringent law against the economic offenders fleeing the country without repaying the huge loans taken by them.

This bill is conceived after Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi, their companies cheated Rs.12,622 crores, fleeing the country without repayment of the loan made the government wake up.

World stocks near three-week highs ahead of new Fed chief's debut

  World stocks held near three-week highs on Tuesday, helped by a decline in borrowing costs ahead of Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s first testimony before the United States Congress later in the day.

The German share price index, the DAX board, is seen at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, February 26, 2018. REUTERS/Staff/Remote

Fix operational gaps in 15 days - Central Government advises State Banks

 Union Finance Ministry on Tuesday advised the state banks to take preventive measures against the operational and technical risks within 15-days, against operational and technical risks, following a Rs.20,000 crores fraud at the second-biggest state lender of the country Panjab National Bank.

Rajeev Kumar, the secretary in the department of financial services, said in a tweet that state banks have 15 days to “take preventive measures, create checks and balances and pinpoint weak gaps to escape, deal with increasing operational and technical lacunas.




Bill Gates 2nd Richest in the world-Total net worth $89.9B


It might come as a surprise that Bill Gates, who has dominated "world's richest" lists for well over a decade and usually tops the index at number one, is currently in second place. But note that he's neck-and-neck with Jeff Bezos, so depending on the day and the stock market, he still toggles between #1 and #2.

Gold Deposits in Rajastan - 11.80 million tonnes

The land of sand-Rajasthan has gold deposits around 11.80 crore tonnes for exploration in Banswara and Udaipur said Kutamba Rao, the Director General of Geological Survey of India.

He added that deposits of copper and gold are found just 300 feet below the earth from the earth, exploration is on in areas like Neem Ka Thana in Sikar District, while 80 million tonnes of copper has already been recovered in Rajasthan so far.

Scientists have found after survey, 350 million tonnes of lead and zinc deposits too are found in these places, makes exploration worthwhile. 

600 Buses are Off the roads- sky rocketing fuel price

The fuel hike has been in the news for long, 600 private buses in Mallapuram District, in Northern Kerala, have stopped plying, the reason being none other than the steep hike in fuel prices.

Operating costs are consistently increasing day by day, Diesel for the buses costing more from Rs.55 to Rs.70 in the past 24 months has become a burden to the owners.

Asian shares tumble after Dow has worst day since 2011


 Shares tumbled in Asia on Tuesday after a wild day for U.S. markets that resulted in the biggest drop in the Dow Jones industrial average in six and a half years.

Japan’s Nikkei 225 index skidded 7.1 percent to 21,087.71 by early Tuesday afternoon but was trading down 6.6 percent a bit later. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index lost 5.0 percent to 30,628.22 and Australia’s benchmark S&P ASX 200 slid 3.4 percent to 5,820.20. South Korea’s Kospi declined 2.4 percent to 2,431.88 and the Shanghai Composite index was off 2.2 percent at 3,412.55.

Air India to be Privatised by December 2018

Air India - shall become private airliner by the end of 2018 said Jayant Sinha, Union Minister. The central government's own airliner carrier has always been on the headlines for the loss it is making year after year, delay in the flight-schedule is now finally going to go private leaving a legacy of fly-by-Maharaja Air-India to History.

Union government shall call for tenders  sell  Air-India, 51 percent will be with the private buyers as an investment, thereby will have a say in the operations.

Narendra Modi Address World Economic Fourm at Davos

The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the first Premier after 1997  to address the 48th World Economic Forum at  Davos.

Global warming and relative climate change, its repercussions on the mankind have become dangerous.Equally dangerous is the Terrorism which has created a fear psyco on the innocent peace loving people. Terrorism has no good or bad side of it, it has only one side which is mass destruction of innocent people.

"I do not want to elaborate on terrorism, my country's stand is very clear"unquote, made the world know.

UIDAI - You Ought to Know clearly

Frequently asked questions

UIDAI has all my data including biometrics, bank account, PAN etc. will it track my activities?

Absolutely false. UIDAI database has only minimal information that you give at the time of enrolment or upgradation. This includes:

Your name, address, gender, date of birth

Ten fingerprints, teo IRIS scans, facial photograph

Mobile number & email ID


Jasmine shoots to Rs.6000 per kilogram

Inevitable Jasmine flower in Hindu marriages,s decoration of deities in temples shall get the pinch too painful, as the rates have touched a new high ofRs. 6000-mark per kilogram. Thovalam in Tamilnadu, 85 kilometers from Thiruvananthapuram is the main center for production and sales of flowers to southern districts of Kerala, they decide the selling rates according to the demand and supply.

GST- a fill up to States- Rs.24,500 crores

No state could escape from the "cloudburst" of GST, Kerala seems to the most affected.The estimated revenue loss in the country is Rs.24,500 crores from July to October 2017.There has been a study decline in the revenue figures from July-October 2017, Kerala state has run into troubled waters due to a revenue loss of roughly Rs.1000 crores, which forced even a hold on clearance of government bills by the treasury.

Electronic Point of Sale or EPOS

Kerala government to install electronic point of sale or EPoS in 60 selected ration shops in Karunagapally Taluk, Kollam district in January 2018. Kerala, ahead of other states, to implement this throughout state soon, in order to restrict ration dealers misusing the allotted grains. The process is on to computerize all the ration dealers by 31st March 2018.

Biggest ever fund raising -Rs.24,000 crore

HDFC - plans the biggest ever capital fundraising of whooping Rs.24,000 crore through equity shares in the domestic market.Being the second largest bank in the private sector, the board has cleared all the decks for the proposal. In the meeting held on 20th December, the board of directors approved fundraising of Rs.24,000 crore, according to the release by the bank.

Fahad Fazil,cine actor seeks anticipatory bail in car registration case

Malayalam Cine actor Fahad Fazil sought anticipatory bail in the cheating case towards Kerala government.Fahad purchased a Benz-E-class luxury car costing Rs.70 lakhs, registered in his name with a fake address as No.16, 2nd Cross Road, Pudhupet, Lawspet, Puducherry. The car has been registered in his name as PY-05-9899, by paying Rs.1.5lakhs as tax, whereas had he registered his car in Kerala, the Kerela government would have got Rs.14 lakhs as a tax. 

Electricity Minister M.M.Mani seeks Consensus on Athirapilly power project

 Power and its generations have been given utmost importance by the government of Kerala. However, on the Athirappilly power project, there has been some difference of opinion among the Left Democratic Front in the implementation of this project.On one side, the agitation by the environmentalists and nature-loving enthuse and on the other, Electricity Minister's keen interest to go ahead with construction of the dam is at square one.Mr.M.M.Mani the Minister has sought consensus among the stakeholders to find a solution to the ever-increasing power demand.


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