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News Digest: Airtel, Yahoo, BharatMatrimony, Nokia, Random House Publishing

– Bharti Airtel has announced the availability of its 3G services in Gujarat. The services will be available across all major parts of Gujarat including Ahmedabad, Baroda, Rajkot, Surat, Gandhinagar, Bhavnagar, Nadiad, Anand, Bharuch, Ankleshwar, Amreli, Chikli, Dahej, Daman, Gandhidham, Godhra, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Porbander, Silvassa, Valsad, Vapi, Rajula, Diu, Una and Verawal. Via Press Release

– Yahoo! India Research & Development has announced the appointment of Ashish Vikram as Vice President, User and Data Analytics, Yahoo India R&D. Prior  joining Yahoo Ashish was the Managing Director with Kalido International. He also led OAT Systems and IBM Rational Software Group.Via Press Release

– BharatMatrimony announced its API integration with LinkedIn. It will allow users to display their Linkedin professional profiles along with their matrimony profiles on BharatMatrimony. Read Press Release

– Random House Publishing has  appointed Meru Gokhale as Editorial Director, Vintage India. She was previously working with Penguin Books India. Milee Ashwarya, previously serving as the Senior Commissioning Editor, Random House India, is promoted to the post of Editorial Director, Ebury India. Read Press Release

– Arnab Mitra has been appointed the National Director – Digital at Starcom MediaVest Group (SMG) India. He will be reporting to Mallikarjun Das. Previously he has worked with companies like Ignitee, Pinstorm and  Havas group. Read more at Exchange4Media

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– Nokia is set to tie up with more banks to expand their mobile money service. Currently it is in partnership with Yes Bank and Union Bank of India. Read more at EFYTimes


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