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Kingfisher Mysore-Chennai service starts

Mysore-AirportThe much awaited air connectivity to Mysore has materialized. Kingfisher commenced its services from Mysore today, providing air connectivity to several other Indian cities via Bangalore.

Airport started buzzing with activity from early morning hours. Kingfisher counter was first inaugurated by an official, Mr Satyanarayan and Mrs Nalini, who were the first passengers on Mysore-Bengaluru flight were greeted with an oversized boarding pass. We’re flying just for the experience of it, time and money wasn’t a consideration-Mrs Nalini told media. Few other passengers also expressed similar intentions, saying they’re flying purely to encourage the industry.

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Cultural programs like DoLLu Kunita and few other forms of folk dance were organized
VVIPs arrived by about 1PM- the battalion included CM BSY, Vijay Mallya, Sidharamaiah and passengers and officials. Upon arrival, they went outside the airport to attend some dalit gathering outside the airport in a shamiana. After that, they were supposed to come back and hold a press conference, but they chose to board the return flight directly instead, which was waiting for them and already delayed by more than 45 minutes.

Here’re a few snaps of UB group owner Vijay Mallya and Karnataka CM BS Yadiyurappa
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Later, it was time for group photos: Kingfisher team and Brandworkx team below:
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BusinessBlogging’s client Brandworkx was the mastermind behind the launch event, taking care of ideas to execution of the launch event. Brandworkx team has put in lots of efforts to make this event a success. Business Blogging team participated in the event launch and arranged for comprehensive online coverage of the event.

Photos and text by Shrinidhi Hande

Events | Sunday, October 3rd, 2010 | Comment | By
Mysore Airport to be Operational from Oct 1

Mysore is cultural capital of Karnataka, located at about 150kms from Bengaluru (formerly Bangalore)

Mysore is also the headquarters of Infosys Technologies and is well known for its world famous Dasara celebrations and Mysore Palace

Mysore’s new airport is now all set to be inaugurated tomorrow, on October 1st. Followed by Kingfisher commencing its Chennai-Mysore service. Stay tuned to Brandworkx blog for more updates on this event

Events | Thursday, September 30th, 2010 | Comment | By
Domino’s India blogizza Blog now live

The official blog of Domino’s India, country’s leading Pizza brand, is now live.

Do visit for interesting stories and articles related to Pizzas and more.

Did you know that Domino’s Blogizza is powered by BusinessBlogging?

News, Social Media | Thursday, September 30th, 2010 | Comment | By
Ford Launches Endeavour 3L AT at Bangalore

BENGALURU, India, September 14, 2010 – Ford India today unveiled the Ford Endeavour 3.0-litre 4×2 Automatic (AT) – the newest addition to its Endeavour premium Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) range.

At the launch, Michael Boneham, president and managing director, Ford India, said, “We are excited and delighted to introduce our latest Endeavour variant to India.

“Building on the strong Endeavour sales so far this year, and the overwhelming response to the automatic transmission launched last year, we are confident that the Ford Endeavour 4×2 AT will be a popular and well received addition to our product line-up.”

Competitively priced at Rs. 17,88,760 (ex-showroom, Bengaluru) the Endeavour 4×2 AT is powered by a 3.0-litre, 156 PS DuraTorq TDCi (common-rail) powertrain with the Variable Geometry Turbocharger (VGT) and 5-speed automatic gearbox – with the overdrive switch on
the shift lever – to deliver a highly responsive drive that complements its best-in-class torque performance at 380 NM at 2500 rpm.

Compared to other diesel automatic offerings in the 15-20 Lakh premium SUV segment, the DuraTorq engine of the new SUV delivers class-leading fuel efficiency of 10.7 kpl (ARAI).

”Like other variants in the portfolio, the 4X2 variant is robust, good looking, great to drive and versatile. We describe it as a ‘smooth operator’ SUV with the state-of-art 5-speed auto transmission technology that provides a superb and effortless driving experience whether negotiating congested city streets, cruising on the highway or exploring country hills and back roads, ” said Boneham.

While rugged on the outside, the interior of the new Endeavour includes many creature comfort features. For example, the interior design sports a classy two tone finish complemented by a spacious passenger cabin.

Inside, it also boasts ergonomically designed leather upholstered seats, a 6-CD changer music system and DVD player and an environmentally-friendly dual air conditioner with personalized air conditioning vents for the second and third rows.

Other unique touches which enhance the 4×2 AT’s aesthetic and driving appeal include illuminated scuff plates, a titanium-finished instrument panel, sports pedals and a stylish side body cladding.

The new variant also offers an array of active and passive safety features such as dual-stage front air bags for the driver and passenger. The air bags work in conjunction with three-point safety belts and pre-tensioners and load limiter features unique to Ford vehicles.

In addition, the Anti-lock Braking system (ABS) coupled with Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD) provides extra security peace of mind for drivers.

The Ford Endeavour 3.0- litre 4×2 Automatic (AT) is available in five colour options – Diamond White, Moondust Silver, Sea Grey, Panther Black and Morello.

Since it was launched in India in 2003, the Ford Endeavour has been a perennial favourite among Indian premium SUV buyers and is consistently ranked as the number one or two top-selling vehicle in the segment.”
Earlier Endeavor was available in 2.5L 4x2MT and 3L 4×4 AT.  Click here or a detailed review of Endeavor 2.5 MT XLT

Events | Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 | Comment | By
Ready 4 launch: Book on Unconferences by Kiruba Shankar

World’s first book on Unconferences is due for release… The much awaited book by Kiruba Shankar, that took more than 3.5 years in the making is now all set for release…

The book has already received some praises worth noting…

It’s like hitting the refresh button for conferences.- David Feng, President, Asia Pacific Mac Union, Beijing.

Read it, practice it, spread it. – Raj Datta, Chief Knowledge Officer, MindTree
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A must read. – J.Murali, Technology Columnist,

Books, News, Social Media | Wednesday, May 12th, 2010 | Comment | By
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