In Iredand a legal action against four former directors of the Irish Nationwide Building Society had to be settled out of court. This was done when a group of shareholders accused the directors for the loss incurred by the company due to the non profitable investments made by the board. In India , when a bus belonging to Orbit Transportation Company was involved in a hit and run case , the opposition parties demanded the removal and arrest of the Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab who happened to be a director of the
For many years India struggled greatly for their independence. The three major events in the Indian fight against British rule were: the Golden Temple Massacre, the Salt March, and the homespun movement. During the Temple Massacre British and Gurkha troops killed at least 379 unarmed Indians meeting at the Jallianwala Bagh, to discuss nonviolent resistance and protest. However, the British had passed a law that said they were forbidden from encouraging and having meetings about nonviolent protests. The Salt March, which took place in India, was an act of civil disobedience.
They were not able to handle their own government which caused them to revolt against their own people and the British people took away all of their riches. They were also forced to stay away from the temples and their foods. British Colonialism affected India in there economics,
Politics US drink manufacturer Coca-Cola is facing renewed problems in India after Kerala 's state government recently imposed a temporary ban on water extraction at its Plachimada bottling plant. The ban, which lasts until June 15, follows a recent parliamentary inquiry that found that soft drinks manufactured by Coca-Cola and Pepsi contained pesticide residues. These are the latest in a string of problems that Coca-Cola has faced and signals continued difficulties for the company, despite its move last December to create an advisory board tasked with navigating its affairs through the complex local political landscape. Coca-Cola has chalked up a turbulent history in India, only choosing to return to the country in 1993 after a somewhat unceremonious exit in 1977. That said, 2003 was a particularly difficult year for the Indian arm of Coca-Cola, with 2004 shaping up to be similarly onerous.
The Coca-Cola Company, headed by Muhtar Kent is an American multinational beverage company.. The company focuses on non-alcoholic beverage concentrates and syrups. Its headquarters is stationed at Atlanta, Georgia. It has its customers in more than 200 countries. Its flagship product Coca-Cola was originally invented by John Stith Pemberton which was later bought by Asa Griggs Candler, an amazing marketer who led Coke to become the brand that it is today.
Coca-Cola was invented John Pemberton and Pharmacist back in 1886. Although Pemberton invented Coca-Cola he didn’t have much knowledge when it came to advertising, this is where Frank Robison came in, he registered the formula and designed the logo. After John Pembertons death in August 1988, Asa Griggs Candle rescued the business, in 1981 he became he sole owner of Coca Cola. Now Coca-Cola is a global business, with nearly 250 bottling partners worldwide. The company manufactures and sells beverage to bottling operations.
Introduction In March 2000, Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Private Limited (HCCBPL) started operation at plachimada, in the southern state of India, Kerala. After next few months in surrounding areas villagers started complaining that water is unsuitable for drinking and cooking and feel hazardous effect of plant, released toxic wastes, ground water shortage and contamination. This led to 10 years long struggle and followed was the shutdown of plant operation. About the coco cola plant In 1998 at plachimada, Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Private Limited (HCCBPL) acquired 34.4 acres of land; mostly paddy fields were converted to land as to build up a bottling plant. On 25th January 2000 HCCBPL attained the permission of construction from the permumatty panchayat (local governing body whose constituency includes plachimada) and operation began on March 2000.
Hence, it is a very important of the society. The TRIPPS agreement had made it mandatory for India to bring in a separate law for the protection of plant varieties and farmers rights. This is where the Parliament of India enacted The Protection of Plant Varieties and Framers Rights Act, 2001. Today, we have observed many farmers committing suicide due to failure of their crops. The main reasons why they tend to commit suicide is high amount of debts and failure of the crops leading to depression where they tend to suicide.
PBL, through its subsidiary, Phoenix Camp Minerals Limited, is the sole authorized bottler of the products of the Coca Cola Company Ltd. in Mauritius. The company also manufactures and sells beverages under contract agreement. PBL markets its products to various countries such as Reunion Island, Mayotte, South Africa and West African countries, the UK, France, Malaysia, Melbourne and Australia. The company operates as a subsidiary of Phoenix Investment Company Limited. PBL is headquartered in Phoenix,
After the introduction of Coca-Cola, Fanta was introduced in 1965, Sprite was introduced in 1972, and after a gap of 30 years, Diet Coke and Fanta Lemon were introduced in 2001. Currently, Coca-Cola beverages are produced and sold in Pakistan via the company’s own bottling plants which operate under Coca-ColaBeverages Pakistan Ltd. (CCBPL). A local service office, Coca-Cola Pakistan, focuses on marketing the Company’s brands locally. Market