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March 23 in pictures

  • March 23 in pictures

    March 23 in pictures

  • Coca-Cola: Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden, Colorado, December 17, 2009. The aerated drink giant's Indian arm has been asked to pay $47 million compensation for causing environmental damage at its bottling plant in Palakkad, Kerala. A state government panel said the company's subsidiary, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt Ltd (HCBPL), was responsible for depleting groundwater and dumping toxic waste around the plant between 1999 and 2004.
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    Coca-Cola: Coca-Cola products are displayed on a kitchen counter in Golden, Colorado, December 17, 2009. The aerated drink giant's Indian arm has been asked to pay $47 million compensation for causing environmental damage at its bottling plant in Palakkad, Kerala. A state government panel said the company's subsidiary, Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Pvt Ltd (HCBPL), was responsible for depleting groundwater and dumping toxic waste around the plant between 1999 and 2004.

    Courtesy: Reuters

  • Honda: Employees work inside a plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. on the outskirts of New Delhi in this September 2009 file photo.  Honda Motor Co has said that it will steer clear of cooperating with rival automakers as it seeks to boost its presence in Asia, defying a resurgent trend towards tie-ups in the industry.
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    Honda: Employees work inside a plant of Honda Siel Cars India Ltd. on the outskirts of New Delhi in this September 2009 file photo. Honda Motor Co has said that it will steer clear of cooperating with rival automakers as it seeks to boost its presence in Asia, defying a resurgent trend towards tie-ups in the industry.

    Courtesy: Reuters

  • Retail: A customer shops at a grocery store in Lucknow in this July 2009 file photo. Retail firms are making a cautious entry into the cash-and-carry, or wholesale trading, format, betting on a huge demand base of unorganised independent stores, and in a bid to lure foreign investments.
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    Retail: A customer shops at a grocery store in Lucknow in this July 2009 file photo. Retail firms are making a cautious entry into the cash-and-carry, or wholesale trading, format, betting on a huge demand base of unorganised independent stores, and in a bid to lure foreign investments.

    Courtesy: Reuters

  • Google: A man places flowers on the Google logo at its China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google&#39;s decision to shutter its Chinese search website and redirect users to its Hong Kong-based search page has left the fate of its 600 China-based employees in the balance.
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    Google: A man places flowers on the Google logo at its China headquarters building in Beijing March 23, 2010. Google's decision to shutter its Chinese search website and redirect users to its Hong Kong-based search page has left the fate of its 600 China-based employees in the balance.

    Courtesy: Reuters

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