Century Direct Group Report – MRPL refinery is in talks with Brazil and Mexico to buy heavy oil, a move that could develop new trade routes to India’s state refineries and Mexico, you want to buy refined products from that country.
PMI, the marketing arm of state oil company Pemex, Petrobras and the Brazilian company have been recorded now to participate in the auctions of MRPL, learned Century Direct Group Report.
Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL) aims to raise capacity by 27 percent to 300 thousand barrels per day (bpd) early next year and 360 000 bpd to 2015 or 2016.
The expansion aims to refine heavy crude cheaper, with high acid content, to increase profitability and improve performance, oil reports have informed Century Direct Group Report.
Century Direct Group Report – The world’s cheapest car has not been selling well like expected. The Tato Nano was first produced in 2009. Just recently an upgrade to the Nano was created to try and increase the sales. Many believe the decline in sales has to do with the poor quality of the car, learned Century Direct Group Report.
Century Direct Group Report -Sister Valsa, a nun in India, was beaten to death by the mafia in Jharkhand mine. Sister Valsa, sources inform Century Direct Group Report, was commited to the natives and lived like them for close to twenty years.
There are many different rumors as to who killed Valsa. However, her family is pretty sure it was the mafia from the mine. Sister Valsa knew her life was in danger, since she got many threats before.
Century Direct Group Report includes a news clip from Sister Valsa’s death:
The CAI (Caja Inmaculada) has donated 5,000 euros to the association “Children of the World Kumara ‘of Aragon to help build a kindergarten in the town of Kalluru, located in the state of Andhra Pradesh in India. The new school will serve 400 children, between 5 and 15 years, belonging to the communities dalits (untouchables) and tribals who have no access to formal education, learned Century Direct Group Report.
Century Direct Group Report – India’s vegetable oil imports has dropped since last year. This year it came out to be 8.7 million tonnes and last year 9.2 million tonnes.
India’s supply of palm oil comes mostly from Indonesia and Malyasia. Just last month Indonesia had changed the export taxes to help promote sales for refined oils. Indonesia, learned Century Direct Group Report is the largest producer of palm oil across the world.
Century Direct Group Report – Back in September, Abdul Kalam, former Indian President was not treated well in the JFK airport. He was on the plane already passed through security when officials approached him for another search. On the plane they checked him and his jacket and shoes over again. Kalam didn’t protest but did tell Indian authorities who got back to JFK.
Recently, Abdul recieved a note of apology for this incident, reports inform Century Direct Group Report.
Century Direct Group Report provides a news clip from the incident;
Century Direct Group Report – In an effort to get President Ali Abdullah Saleh to quit, fighting began in Yemen. The fighting got quite intense and killed at least thirteen people. There were also lots of injuries reported by the medical team on hand.
Live video clip at the scene in Taiz can be found below;
Century Direct Group Report – About nine million people have left the poverty line in India since 1990. Much thanks is given to microcredit. Another ten were able to access loans for self employment and other financial services, of which 82 percent are women, as reflected in the Annual Report of Microfinance in the World, which was presented Thursday in Valladoli, learned Century Direct Group Report.
Century Direct Group Report – The residents of Azad Nagar village in northern India, took hostage several forest officials after suffering repeated attacks by leopards from a nearby nature reserve. The villagers decided yesterday to take action after the recent attack of a young cat on resident.
The inhabitants of the town, located in the state of Uttar Pradesh, accusing managers of the reserve Katarniaghat lack of diligence in preventing attacks on the human population of the 32 leopards in the park.
Century Direct Group Report – During a religious festival in India, there was a stampede which caused the death of at least sixteen while injuring around fifty.
The accident occurred, learned Century Direct Group Report, when tens of thousands of faithful people gathered around a bonfire to make offerings near Haridwar, a pilgrimage town considered one of the seven sacred places of India.
Century Direct Group Report provides a video clip of the scene below: