Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's Being Human Clothing operating as the retail division of The Mandhana Industries has forayed in Tamil Nadu market by setting up of its first company outlet store in Chennai.
The Being Human Clothing store is spread across 1,322 square foot in the newly opened outlet Palladium Mall at Velacherry.
"We are proud to announce our maiden exclusive store in Chennai at luxe mall Palladium.
This will be our fourth addition in the South Indian market", The Mandhana Retail Ventures Limited CEO, Manish Mandhana said.
In the Southern market, the company currently has stores in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kochi.
"By next month we will be opening a store in Coimbatore", he told PTI.
On expansion plans, he said the company would have opened 15 new outlets before the end of current financial year across the country.
The company has exclusive stores in 45 cities across the country and also retailed through shop-in-shops, distributor networks and in online portals.
Being Human was launched by Salman Khan in 2012 and was globally licensed by The Mandhana Retail Ventures Ltd.
It has footprint in over 15 countries with over 600 point of sale,he said.
http://www.census2011.co.in/census/state/districtlist/tamil+nadu.htmlGuys I have this doubt about Chennai, Why is the population of Chennai always shown as 4.6 M in websites?. What am I missing something?. What exactly is the population of Chennai?.
In 2011 census, the city boundary was Kathipara on GST/Porur road, Velacherry/SRP tool & Thiruvanmiyur in south, Saligramam in west, Mogappair in north west & Thiruvotiyur in north. i.e. 4.6M is core city corporation population.Guys I have this doubt about Chennai, Why is the population of Chennai always shown as 4.6 M in websites?. What am I missing something?. What exactly is the population of Chennai?.
Chennai: A new vocational training centre by Rotary Club of Madras East (RCME) was inaugurated by State Minister for Tamil Official Language, Tamil Culture and Archaeology, K Pandiarajan at Thoraipakkam on Friday.
A sum of Rs 35 lakh has been spent on the Infrastructure set up from RCME Trust. The total investment in this project will be around Rs 1 cr which will help the underprivileged youth.
Speaking at the event, the Minister said, “Education and training are the two corner stone’s to make a successful career.”
He said that the State government will support the club in any of its activities which reach out to the poorer sections of the society.
Speaking to News Today, Pandiarajan said, “This year, the Tamilnadu Skill Development Corporation Limited is spending nearly Rs 800 crore into various schemes in 20 sectors and is one of the first in the country to do this.”
Kohler India, Grundfos India, Indian Terrain, Freshworks and Mahindra Pride are partnering for running the vocational training centre. Anyone who has completed class 8 can join the cente to undergo training in tailoring and plumbing.
Grundfos India is sponsoring a Pump and Plumbing programme in association with RCME. It is a 90-day certified programme, where the students will be taught about various pump and plumbing related topics including pump installations and repair, maintenance and service of plumbing systems. The curriculum will be in line with the NSDC (National Skill Development Council).
The modules of this course include both theoretical and practical sessions at the training centre and at Grundfos India’s production facility. The centre plans to focus on training women in this field. Each class will have 20 students and the centre plans to train 100-150 students each year, with supplementary courses on soft skill development.
Mahindra Pride will be providing Value Education to ensure that the candidates not only are skilful but will also possess communication and work ethics.
RCME president B S Purshotham said, “This centre is founded on the principles of placing scarce resources within reach of the needy. After analyzing the demand data we found that there was a great need for trained personnel in the areas – Plumbing, Tailoring, and Software Development”
Actually census doesn't consider entire CMDA area for UA population. It uses its own criteria for urbanisation. So irrespective of whether CMA is 1100 or 8800 sq. Kms, census UA population will be different and not 13-14 million.^^
Are you talking about area or population?? Please google more about other cities! Secondly, Kolkata is much bigger than any cities in south by population. Kolkata metropolitan limits is just 1900 sqkm, but pop in 2011 itself 14m, but 2021, for same size population will be more than 15m. So by any chance Chennai's newly expanded area with 8900 sqkm it cannot be more than 14.5m population, so it will stay as 4th metropolitan by population.