News in Pics by Rons Bantwal—Feb 1

Daijiworld Media Network—Mumbai (CN)

Mumbai, Feb 1:

Bacardi Limited, as part of its responsible drinking campaign, ‘Champions Drink Responsibly’, has come up with the opportunity to be in the passenger seat next to Michael Schumacher, the world’s most successful Formula One race driver. Bacardi announced this initiative for its Indian consumers at a press conference in the metro, recently. Narain Karthikeyan is seen in the picture.

Udupi Bettu Cricket Mitra Mandal organised ‘Kalathoor Trophy-2009’ specially for workers of small establishments like hotels, canteens, paan-beedi shops, and juice centres, at Oval Ground in the metro, recently. Sixteen teams participated in the tournament. ‘Star Eleven Malad’ who won the event, are seen here.

Mumbai police arrested Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut and produced him at Andheri court in connection to the attack on Hotel Sahar Intercontinental during an agitation in the metro.

Shiv Sena delegates meet Mumbai Commissioner of Police in connection with the attack on Intercontinental Hotel.

The mass funeral held at Chandanwadi cemetery in the metro for the nine people killed in the Indore accident.

Dr Marek Dziki, managing director, Merck India, with Shishir Ranjan Mishra, head-consumer healthcare business, Merck Limited (India), launching the ‘Sharp and Active’ initiative for women in Mumbai recently.

Second from L to R—Suresh Mahajan, joint honourary secretary, Dr N S Laud, and M G Karandikar, trustees of Dadar Club, address the media about their club’s new membership announcement in Mumbai.


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