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Current Affairs November 2010 - 4

Business

Post Zain's acquisition, Bharti launches brand 'airtel' across Africa in 16 countries

GM India to invest USD 30 million in 2 years

Taj Gateway rated best 5 star hotel in Kerala

Financial Stability Development Council(FSDC) to be setup to sort out inter-regulatory issues

Apalya has tied up with Discovery Networks Asia Pacific (DNAP) to broadcast the bouquet of Discovery channels on Apalaya's mobile TV platform

Canadian telecom giant Bell Canada, a subsidiary of Bell Canada Enterprises(BCE) to outsource voice-based projects for its internet, Solo Mobility, Bell Mobility and satellite TV divisions to India

BMW to increase investment in India to $1.8 billion($4 million) by the end of 2012 and to start rolling out the X1-model from its plant in Chennai

India signs $416 million deal for railway track in Sri Lanka


Entertainment

Video game legend Mario turns 25


People

Raghavan Thirumulpad, eminent Ayurvedic and Naturopathy exponent aged 90 dies in Kerala


Rank/Records

Wipro tops Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) list. CDLI has been introduced in India for the first time (2010) by the Carbon Disclosure Project

Ashrita Furman, an American holds the world record for setting the maximum number of 122 Guinness world records


Science

Nuclear-capable Agni I missile test-fired

Radiation form Wi-Fi networks may be killing off magnificent tress, says a Dutch study


Technology

Google has launched an online interactive book on the eve of 20th anniversary of Tim Berners-Lee's proposal for the World Wide Web

Motorola to make Indian maps available for free, for Android-powered handset

iBall, a company known for its computer peripherals has now launched 7 new models of cellphone(Shaan, Waterproof, Sleec, Flip, Posh, Touch and Senior)

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