Toyota Kirloskar Motor Ltd (TKML) has launched
a brand new model of Qualis. The new models interiors
have been given a complete makeover, with luxurious captain
seats with armrests in the second row, power-windows on
all the four windows and power window control panel. Customers
have the choice of a comfortable 7-seat arrangement, a
flexible 8-seat arrangement or a passenger carrying maximum
capacity of 10-seats.
India Limited, a subsidiary of the Netherlands based
Royal Philips Electronics, has launched its range of
six colour televisions, with Eye-Fi technology.
The Eye-Fi series, a range of six colour televisions,
dramatically improves the picture performance from a
weak picture source. The Eye-Fi feature essentially
adjusts picture parameters such as brightness, contrast,
sharpness, DigiContrast, Digi-Picture automatically
and activates Intelligent TV which detects the signal
strength and signal to noise ratio of the incoming signal
and automatically boosts the signal, if weak.
51 cms Conventional - 20 PT 2401 - Rs 10990
53 cms Conventional - 21 PT 2421 - Rs 14990 - 21 PT
2426 - Rs 16990
53 cms Real Flat - 21 PT 2452 - Rs 16990 - 21 PT 2460
- Rs 19990
72 cms Real Flat - 29 PT 2460 - Rs 39900
Digit magazines Test Drive on Digital
Camera Comparison has declared Kodak EasyShare DX3215
as the Best Performance Camera. The award
is based on the criterion of features, performance,
ergonomics, value for money, warranty and support.
Kodak EasyShare DX3215 Zoom Digital Camera features
a 1.3 megapixel resolution CCD, (1280 x 960), 2X Optical
and 2X Digital Zoom, 1.5 Color LCD, 8 MB Internal
Memory with a Compact flash expansion slot.
The Kodak DX3215 has a retail price of Rs 16,500
for 'Painless Travel'
Herbicure Private Limited, promoted by SMIFS, has introduced
'PANEKURE', a pain management drug that acts through
a novel drug delivery system to protect the kidney and
gastro-intestinal tract. The potent anti-inflammatory
drug has been developed from poly-herbs.
'PANEKURE' relieves joint pains without damaging the
kidney and gastro-intestinal tract. The 100 per cent
ayurvedic formulation is devoid of any adverse side
effects due to its high therapeutic index value. The
delivery system of the medicine differs from the host
of medicine available in the pain management sector.
The company claims while almost all the NSAIDS are non
inducible COX1 inhibitor inhibiting formation of the
Prostagladins causing G.I. tract and kidney damage,
PANEKURE being a selective inducible COX2 isoenzyme
inhibitor, ensures safety of vital organs of the body
i.e. stomach and kidney.
Apart from this Herbicure claims that the drug is possibly
the only medicine with cytoprotective action further
protecting and rejuvenating the cells. It has been developed
by the scientists of Herbicure in association with the
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University,
Extensive research revealed that the drug has very good
effect in inflammation of joints (arthritis). Patent
application for PANEKURE has been already filed.
Successful clinical trials of the drug have been conducted
at the State Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital,
For details contact:
Herbicure Private Limited
Highland Distillers Ltd, makers of The
Famous Grouse, one of the leading scotch brand of Scotland,
has introduced The Famous Grouse Vintage Malt, a premium
100 per cent malt whisky, in India. The Famous Grouse
Vintage Malt will be available at ITDC Duty Free Outlets
and all prominent hotels and restaurants in India. The
750 ml bottle is priced at $20 in ITDC Duty Free Outlets.
Arrow has launched Blue Ribbon, a shirt
collection crafted from fine 100 per cent 1 ply mercerised
cotton, with multiple textures.
The shirts are wrinkle-free and are available in spread
collars in single and double cuffs plus a select range
of white collars and cuffs against the striking contrast
of blue stripes, and classic button-down and point collars.
Priced at Rs 895-Rs 1495, the Blue Ribbon collection
is available at all exclusive Arrow outlets, departmental
stores and leading menswear outlets across India.