BT Group opens its first ever ‘BT Asia Pacific Security Operation Centre’ in India

BT Group opens its first ever ‘BT Asia Pacific Security Operation Centre’ in IndiaBT India, the Indian subsidiary of BT group, which is one of the world’s leading providers of communications solutions and services, has announced the opening of its first ever BT Asia Pacific Security Operations centre (SOC) in India.  

The centre which is located in a BT dedicated building at Noida, will provide security device management services involving critical customer components including firewalls, intrusion detection devices and Bluecoat Proxy devices used for securing networked-IT environments.

Fortis Healthcare To Set Up Separate Cancer Block At Noida

Mr. Shivinder Mohan Singh, Fortis Healthcare Managing DirectorFortis Healthcare has made announcement about the establishment of a separate block for the treating of cancer patients at its Noida Hospital.

The hospital said that it will make an investment of Rs 30 crore to set up this block.

Mr. Shivinder Mohan Singh, Fortis Healthcare Managing Director, said, “Fortis Noida is constructing a separate block for Oncology covering an area of 30,000 sq ft. This block is expected to be operational in third quarter of fiscal 2010.”

2 UP goons shot dead in Delhi

In a late-night encounter, Noida Police gunned down two suspected Uttar Pradesh (UP)-based criminals on Monday. The two have been identified as Vinay Katiar, a wanted criminal from Etah district in UP, and Mukesh.

Police said they began trailing Katiar's white Maruti Esteem after receiving a tip-off. Noida Superintendent of Police (SP) AK Tripathi said, "We had specific information that some criminals were coming to the hosiery complex in phase II in an Esteem car on Monday night. Our patrol team began trailing Katiar after spotting the Esteem roaming suspiciously in the area."

Jubilant FCCB buyback gets poor response

Jubilant FCCB buyback gets poor response Noida based chemicals and drug maker Jubilant Organosys failed to witness good response to its buy back offer for all its outstanding foreign currency convertible bonds
(FCCBs) worth $241 million. The firm said, in a filing before Bombay Stock Exchange, that it would buy FCCBs worth $3 million due in 2010 with total cash of $2.55 million.

The firm received bids worth $48 million only for buy back shares via FCCB tender offer.

Two Pakistani terrorists shot dead in UP

Two Pakistani terrorists shot dead in UPNoida, Jan 25 : Uttar Pradesh

NOIDA rape case: Renuka gives tongue-lashing to Mayawati, NCW constitutes probe committee

Renuka Chaudhary NOIDA (Uttar Pradesh), Jan. 7 : Even as Union Minister of State for Women and Child Development (Indepedent Charge) Renuka Chaudhary came down heavily on Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati for not doing enough to protect women in the state, t he National Commission for Women (NCW) on Wednesday constituted a two-member committee to probe the gang rape of an MBA student in NOIDA.

The NCW team comprising members Neeva Konwar and Wansuk Syiem today visited NOIDA to inquire into the incident, officials said.