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Mankind Pharma joins hands with govt to rebuild Kerala

PANAJI: Mankind Pharma, a quality-driven pharmaceutical company in India, donated Rs 1 crore towards Kerala’s Flood Relief Fund. This initiative is a step toward providing healthy living to people affected by the devastation caused by floods in the state. Mankind Pharma, an indigenous company is committed to supporting the state at this time of crisis and has contributed in the rebuilding effort. Rajeev Juneja, CEO, Mankind Group said, “We are a pharma company and have always supported such catastrophic incidents. We too stand in solidarity with the affected community and are committed in our support to rehabilitate and rebuild Kerala. We have also given medicines, and are committed to contribute in every possible way for restoration of the devastated infrastructure and helping rebuild lives of the affected people.” NT

Intelenet launches ‘Lending Suite’

PANAJI: Intelenet Global Services, a renowned global business process services player announced the launch of ‘Lending Suite’ – a new age digital transformation, enabling automation tool for the banking and financial services sector. This new age innovation promises to disrupt the existing conventional loan disbursal process by slashing down the lending time to up to just 30 minutes. The fundamental proposition of this latest technological innovation from Intelenet is to offer over the core umbrella of robotic process automation (RPA), a platform for easier and quicker disbursal of loans thus mutually benefiting the service providers as well as the end-users.  Intelenet’s ‘Lending Suite’ is developed to perfectly sync with existing platforms used by the BFSI industry. Existing clients can migrate or embrace this solution without disturbing their ongoing systems. NT

Classic Steels introduces stainless steel vacuum flasks and bottle

MUMBAI: Classic Steels, established in the year 1985 by Kantilal Premji Maru (Giju Bhai), recently introduced stainless steel vacuum flasks and bottles with a guaranteed maintaining of 12 hours for hot and 24 hours for cold beverages. These are useful for storage of water, tea, coffee, juice, beverage etc. and are made from highest quality stainless steel which are rust free with scratch resistant coating. These products are much superior, and provide good value for money, when compared to the other products available in the market.  The flasks and bottles are 100% leak-proof and are available in various colours, models & sizes.  MRP for 1 litre Classic Steels flask or bottle is Rs.890 and are offered at goof discounted rates through online and retail partners.

Big Foot moves to solar energy

PANAJI: Big Foot museum, Loutolim, recently installed a solar power plant in its premises. The 6kw plant is a solar grid- tie power plant and in three phases. It will generate approximately 25-30 Kwh per day which will feed self consumption while excess produced will be banked with the electricity department grid.  Maendra  Alvares, owner, Big Foot said, “The solar plant is expected to take care of the electricity needs of the museum as well as the entire complex housing the miniature Goan village and the other tourist attractions.” The plant was commissioned recently and its inauguration was done on Wednesday by Father Ligorinho Costa, parish priest, Loutolim, in the presence of officials from the electricity department and engineers from Sai Solar, the Fatorda based company that installed the plant.  Reshma Mathew, superintending enginner circle 1 (S) and Vijay Bandigatte , nodal officer, solar power, Go electricity department, were also present. NT

 

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