Monday, April 25, 2011

Rasna introduce convenience powdered drink Fruitplus

New Delhi; 25 April 2011- Rasna has proved to be one of the mist desired summer drinks for children.However,the fast moving metropolitan life probably demands more.Recognizing the need,Rasna has now come up with a novel stick pack of its existing product 'Fruitplus'.Saina Nehwal,India's number one shuttler unveiled the new packaging in the capital city New Delhi today.
Saina shared her childhood moments of being in love with Rasna,a feeling she commented she still has.Unveiling the novel stick pack,believes that new package is for the benefit of the consumers.

Rasna’s Chairman and Managing Director, Mr Piruz Khambatta, said Rasna is proud to be constantly presents in the market and we have committed to our consumer with the quality and nutitution value of our products.Benefit of these consumers only has yet again formed the basis of our growth.He further added "Rasna’s two new manufacturing facilities will get operational in Saudi Arabia and Egypt by October this year." Rasna Pvt Ltd are the oldest and pioneer company to introduce the concept of Preparatory drinks.
Fruitplus product is available in a mono-carbon comprising of variedly flavoured stick packs -in four different flavors namely:Fruitplus Orange,Fruitplus Lemon, Fruitplus Mango,Fruitplus Pineapple.
Rasna has 90% of market share since many decades in powder drinks. Rasna gives the real taste as that of farm fresh juice. As compared to any powder drink in the international market, the product has a better natural taste, more nutritional value, available at very competitive prices and available in a variety of flavour assortments and pack sizes.

Higher judiciary should be kept out of Lokpal’

Higher judiciary should be kept out of Lokpal’
PTI - 24 Apr 2011 09-NEW DELHI: A conference on Lokpal today felt that higher judiciary should be kept out of the proposed law against corruption but was divided on bringing the Prime Minister under its ambit.
The Round Table meeting which was attended by two former chief justices of Supreme Court and four members of the Lokpal drafting committee including retired apex court judge Santosh Hegde among others felt there should be a separate mechanism to deal with any instances of corruption in the higher judiciary.
Speaking to media persons after taking part in the day-long round table conference, under the banner of Citizens for Public Accountability(CPA), retired Supreme Court chief justices M N Venkatachalaiah and J S Verma said " Judicial accountability has to be there but not as part of Lokpal. To curb the corruption in the higher judiciary, a better mechanism is required".

Claiming that the round table had a consensus over the issue of higher judiciary be kept out of Lokpal, the retired judges said the civil society representatives in the joint committee to draft the Lokpal bill felt the same way.
However, on the issue as to whether Lokpal should have jurisdiction over the Prime Minister, they said there were differences of opinion among the participants and that the issue should be left to Parliament for consideration."We believe that he (Prime Minister) should be accountable only politically looking into the instability in the state and its international ramifications. However there was divergent opinions and we could not come to a conclusion and left it to Parliament to take a decision," they said.Besides emphasizing for an anti-corruption law and its enforcement in the country, the issues pertaining to seamless integration of CVC, CBI and Lokpal and also creation of strong and independent Lokayuktas in states were on the agenda of the round table conference.

The conference was organised jointly by Lok Satta, Centre for Media Studies, Foundation for Democratic Reforms and Transparency International India under the banner of CPA.Apart from Justice Venkatachalaiah, Justice Verma, the members of the government's drafting committee-Karnataka Lok Ayukta Justice Santosh Hegde, eminent lawyer Shanti Bhushan, his son Prashant Bhushan and RTI activist Arvind Kejriwal and some eninent jurists, retired Chief Election Commissioner T S Krishnamurthy and former Chief Vigilance commissioner Pratyush Sinha participated in the conference.

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