Saturday, December 1, 2012



Aditi shares lead with European duo, Sharmila and Nalini 25th

Gurgaon, November 30: Even as amateur Aditi Ashok stole the limelight by sharing the lead with Welsh golfer Becky Brewerton and Italian Stefania Croce, two other Indian professionals carded one-over 73 each to be tied 25th after the first round which was a mixed bag for the Indian contingent.

Aditi, Brewerton and Croce carded three-under 69 each and were one shot ahead of six others who were at 70. Laura Davies (71) was among the six players at 71 in tied 10th place. Two-time champion Phatlum Pornanong (72) was tied 16th while defending champion Caroline Hedwall (74) was tied 47th.

Vani Kapoor (75) was tied 39th, while amateurs Gurbani Singh, Millie Saroha and Raksha Phadke carded 76 each to be tied 47th. But veteran Smriti Mehra was way behind after carding 10-over 82.

Nalini Siwach played a very steady 73 with one birdie and two bogeys. “I played quite solid, but missed a lot of putts. I did get within 10 feet of the flag many times but the putts were always tricky ones. Still a decent round with one birdie and two bogeys, though it would have been nice to hole a couple more,” said the 23-year-old.

“The wind was not a factor, as it was either headwind or tailwind, and never really cross. I started with a bogey, but quickly got back with the birdie on 12th. Then it was steady pars before that bogey on third. I am looking forward to tommorrow (second round),” added Nalini.

Sharmila Nicollet said, “It was a rather disappointing finish as I three-putted twice towards the end, on the 15th and 16th. Then I pulled the drive on the 18th, which is really an easy hole, where one can look for a birdie, but I ended with a par.”

The tall and strikingly good-looking pro added, “I had a very stable front nine. I was hitting the ball well and solid. The eagle on par-5 sixth was nice. I hit a good drive and followed that up with a 5-Wood to within 10 feet and holed it nicely. Immediately I birdied the seventh and there was momentum.”

She rued the fact that she did not play well on the holes which are easy on the course. “I think I did not score well on many of the easy holes. I bogeyed the 10th and then missed a few putts and finished a bit disappointingly.”

Smriti Mehra, the seniormost member of the Indian women’s pro golf Tour, started and ended the day with birdies, but in between she struggled with six bogeys, one double and two triple bogeys to virtually end her campaign at 10-over 82 for the first round. She was tied 94th.

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Unity Infraprojects bags Mantaralya order worth Rs. 138Cr
Current order book of company stands at Rs. 4232.17 Cr.

New Delhi, November 30, 2012Unity Infraprojects Ltd., (BSE: 532746), one of India’s major civil contracting firms, has secured Mantralaya renovation project order worth Rs.138Cr .
The order is for Mantralaya renovation project at South Mumbai by Government of Maharashtra and the said project is to be completed within a period of 8 months under Public Development Plan (PWD), Government of Maharashtra. The project value is Rs. 138 Cr.

With the addition of this project, the order book of the company stands at Rs.4232.17Cr

Commenting on the occasion Mr. Abhijit K. Avarsekar, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Unity Infraprojects Ltd., said We are extremely grateful for partnering with The Government of Maharashtra for Mantralaya makeover project. Undeniably, this is a great opportunity to exhibit our high-level performance in operations and quality supported with planning and highly skilled workforce. We are sure of executing this fast track project in the given time to bring greater effulgence in the future.”

About Unity Infraprojects Ltd
Unity Infraprojects Ltd. provides integrated engineering, procurement and construction services for civil construction and infrastructure sector projects. Besides civil construction, the company’s project expertise includes transportation engineering, irrigation, water supply and urban infrastructure projects. Unity is the flagship unit of the Mumbai based KK Group of Companies which has interests across a wide spectrum of businesses such as concrete block manufacturing and quarrying, hospitality and organized retailing industries.

With an established presence in engineering, irrigation and transportation, Unity is successfully diversifying its business model. Some of the landmark projects done by Unity are Expansion & Modification at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai; Millennium Business Park in Navi Mumbai; Mass Housing Projects for DDA in Delhi; New Secretariat Complex in Assam; Tsunami Re-construction Project in Andaman & Nicobar Islands; Jupiter Mills in Mumbai; Nizam Institute of Medical Science in Hyderabad;  High Court in Karnataka.

Unity also has presence in real estate and BOT space. The company is ISO 9001-2008, ISO 14001-2004 and OHSAS 18001-2007 certified and has a market capitalization of Rs. 344 cr.; and is listed in BSE & NSE.

For further information:

Vinay Digrajkar
Sr. Manager Corporate Communications
For Unity Infraprojects Limited
Mob: +91 9833697526

INTERNATIONAL JURISTS AWARDS – 2012 & NATIONAL LAW DAY AWARDS 2012 ANNOUNCED

Nepal Chief Justice Regmi, Delhi Journalist J Venkatesan among Awardees

New Delhi, Nov 30: Chief Justice of Nepal, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Khil Raj Regmi and Mr Justice V S Sirpurkar, Chairman of the Competition Appelate Tribunal are among the winners of the prestigious International Jurists Awards and National Law Day Awards respectively announced here today.

While Justice Regmi has been awarded with the International award for his life long unique contribution in the field of administration of justice, Justice Sirpurkar has been honoured with the National Award in recognition of his outstanding contribution to fair and efficient administration of justice during his distinguished judicial tenure.

The other winner of the International Award is Mr. Charles Nuez of Royal Canin India Pvt. Ltd., for his unique contribution in the field of corporate governance by unwavering pursuit of innovative approaches, Dr. Adish C Aggarwala,  President, International Council of Jurists and Convener, Indian Council of Jurists, announced here today.

Mr. J. Venkatesan, Deputy Editor (Legal), The Hindu (legal journalism),  Mr. Ashok Aggarwal, Advocate General of Punjab (Civil Law), Mr. Gourab Banerji, Additional Solicitor General of India (Jurisprudence), Mr. Vijay Aggarwal (Criminal law), Mr. Anand Bhushan Kanade Senior Advocate
(Constitutional law) Dr. Janak Raj Jai (Legal writing),Mr. Irshad Wali, IPS (Law & order)
Mr. C.D. Singh (Advocacy) and Dr. M. Antony Selvaraj (Legal aid) are among the prominent winners of the National Law Day Awards-2012, he said.

Mr Venkatesan has been honoured in recognition of his lifelong passionate and dedicated contribution to the field of accurate legal reporting and writing, which has set a benchmark for journalism. “He is credited with comprehensive and unbiased coverage of legal events and developments”, Aggarwala said.

He said the awards would be presented during the two-day International Conference of Jurists beginning at the Vigyan Bhavan here tomorrow.


(Dr. Adish C Aggarwala)
                                                                        President,
International Council of Jurists
                                                                        Convener, Indian Council of Jurists
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