Jivi Mobile Launch Revolution TnT3 4G Smart Rs 3999/




Jivi mobiles revolutionizes the mobile market; launches touch and type 4G smart phone @ Rs 3,999


New Delhi, 13thDecember 2017: Jivi mobiles have launched its new revolutionary offering- “RevolutionTnT3” Touch & Type 4G smart phone. Priced competitively at Rs 3999, Revolution TnT3 is set to take the smartphone market by storm. The innovative product offers great style combined with advanced technology. Almost 60% of the populationin India still uses feature phones and is apprehensive to make a shift to smart phones due to the perception of smart phone being complicated to use. The idea is to reach out to those who are graduating from feature phone to smart phone so that they can have the best of both worlds.


Revolution TnT3 is a unique device with dual exposure and 22 regional language support, with a touch screen of 10.16 cm (4”) WVGA display and finger print sensor. Powered with 2300 mAh durable battery and Quad core processor – 1.3GHz, the smart phone is the ideal device for multi-tasking.


Unveiling the device, Mr. CP Batheja, Managing Director, Conplex International Limited, Hong Kong, Sourcing partner of the brand, said “We are extremely happy to bring this new product for our discerning customers in India. Revolution TnT3 is designed to suiteveryone’s pocket besides being extremely user-friendly. This incredible new product is a great option for the people-especiallythe senior citizens and elderly who want to enjoy touch screen experience and are used to a feature phone keypad, both at the same time.Revolution TnT3 will allow them to graduate from a feature phone to a smart phone easily.”


Talking about the new product, Mr Pankaj Anand, CEO of jivi Mobiles said, “At Jivi, our focus is on providing cutting-edge technology at best prices. Our research team has worked tirelessly in making this a reality. We are one of the only company in the country to have developed such a unique product and are offering it at such amazing price points of Rs. 3999. This is the only 4G Smartphone with Touch screen & Keypad.

“Currently only limited quantities of the product are being made available in the markets through selective retail outlets in all the four regions in the country. The product would be made available in big quantities by the middle of February, 2018 to meet the customer demand. However, that should not deter the customers, dealers to place orders with the company immediately as the product quantities would be decided on first come first serve basis,we have a plan to sell 2-3million device in next financial year” added Mr Pankaj Anand.


Jivi mobiles has recently entered into the smart phones,launching 5 models at affordable prices and has received tremendous response. Jivismart phones exhibit great style combined with cutting-edge technology, the devices aspire to be the ideal companion for people who are looking for offering seamless and enhanced user experience at an affordable price.Jivi Mobiles also appointed Bollywood personality Irrfan Khan as their Brand Ambassador early this year.

Jivi Mobiles has taken a major step in the direction of realizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Vision of ‘Make in India’ by setting up two new facilities. Jivi Mobile first factory is in New Delhibuilt up on an area of 20000 sq. ft. which caters to North and East India demand of Jivi Mobile phones. Company’s 1st facility in Delhi has a capacity to roll out 0.7 million phones per month and it employs some 350 employees in the first phase.


Second facility of Jivi Mobiles which is located in Lonavla, Maharashtra to cater to the South and West parts of the country with a manufacturing capacity of 1 million phones, it would be operational in the coming months.



About Jivi:-MagiconImpexPvt. Ltd., founded in 2004, the company’s own brand was launched in 2011 with an aim to offer “Rich on Features, Value for Money” mobile phones to the Indian populace. JIVI Mobiles has a network of more than 800 service centers Pan India. Jivi Mobiles has a world class service support for customer query about product features and service support, facilitated by the toll free number. Having 25 branch offices, more than 38,000 dealers & 650 distributors under its umbrella, JIVI Mobiles represents the robust growth of a Smart Developing India.



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Macron: Better Climate need ‘stronger mobilization’ needed

French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday called for stronger action in the fight against climate change, as he hosted world leaders for talks two years to the day since the Paris Agreement, AFP said. “We are very far from the goal of the Paris Agreement of limiting the rise in temperatures to below a two-degree threshold,” he told Le Monde newspaper. “Without much stronger mobilization, a jolt to our means of production and development, we will not succeed,” he added. Leaders are discussing the trillions of dollars of investment in clean energy needed if the climate deal is to stay on track. On Monday, Macron reminded US President Donald Trump of his responsibility to history over his decision to quit the agreement.

Arab states’ ‘weakness’ ahead of Istanbul summit on Jerusalem

Ankara has criticized what it called a feeble Arab reaction to the US decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, on the eve of Wednesday’s Muslim summit in Istanbul. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has accused the US of ignoring Palestinian claims to east Jerusalem and of “trampling on international law,” has invited leaders from more than 50 Muslim countries to agree a response, Reuters reports. Several countries had still not said who they would send to Istanbul. “Some Arab countries have shown very weak responses,” Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said. “It seems some countries are very timid of the US.” Egypt and the United Arab Emirates will send foreign ministers, while Saudi Arabia had yet to say how it would participate.

Stoltenberg continue to head NATO

NATO has prolonged Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg’s term for two more years, AP said. The world’s biggest military alliance said Tuesday that its 29 nations had decided that the former Norwegian prime minister’s term will last until September 30, 2020. It also said the allies congratulate the secretary-general and“have full confidence in his ability to continue his dedicated work to advance NATO’s adaptation to the security challenges of the 21st century.” The German government last week backed a two-year extension of Stoltenberg’s term.

Russia suspends diplomatic presence in Yemen

Moscow has decided to suspend its diplomatic presence in Yemen, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Tuesday. The decision was made in light of the situation in the Yemeni capital Sanaa, TASS quoted her as saying. The personnel of the Russian Embassy have left the country, she added. The Russian ambassador to Yemen and some diplomatic staff will be working temporarily out of the Saudi capital Riyadh, according to the ministry.

Poland fined US-owned broadcaster TVN

United States criticized a decision by Poland’s media regulator to slap a $415,000 fine on TVN, a US-owned private broadcaster, saying the ruling appeared to undermine media freedom.  PiS has been at loggerheads with the European Union over policy, including placing the country’s media under increased state control.

TVN24 is the most widely watched independent channel in Poland, and critics on Monday interpreted the fine as an effort to mute its criticism of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party amid speculation the state may take the broadcaster over.

The broadcaster was fined by regulator KRRiT on Monday over its coverage of protests in parliament last year.

“This decision appears to undermine media freedom in Poland, a close ally and fellow democracy. Free and independent media are essential to a strong democracy,” the U.S. Department of State said in a statement on Tuesday.

It added that it remained confident in the ability of Polish authorities to ensure democratic institutions were fully functioning and respected.

The regulator said it had fined the broadcaster’s TVN24 channel for “promoting illegal activities and encouraging behavior that threatens security,” without giving details.





~Top names in the field are Udayan Mane, Shamim Khan, Mukesh Kumar, Om Prakash Chouhan, Mithun Perera


Jamshedpur, December 12, 2017: The TATA STEEL Group and PGTI have announced the 16th TATA Open Golf which will be held in Jamshedpur from 14th – 17th December, 2017. The four-day tournament will be hosted at the Golmuri Golf Course in Jamshedpur. The Pro-Am will be played on 13th December, 2017. The event offers a rich prize purse of Rs. 1 crore.


The tournament will feature some of the top Indian professionals such as Udayan Mane, Shamim Khan, Mukesh Kumar, M Dharma, Om Prakash Chouhan, Shankar Das and Amardip Sinh Malik, to name a few. The top foreign players in the field are Sri Lankans Mithun Perera, Anura Rohana, N Thangaraja and K Prabagaran, Kunal Bhasin of Australia, Bangladesh’s Md Zamal Hossain Mollah, South African Damian Naicker and Swaziland’s Arthur Horne.


The local challenge will be led by professional Karan Taunk of Jamshedpur. The field also features two leading amateurs from Jamshedpur, Kurush Heerjee and Navtez Singh.


Speaking about the initiative, Mr. Sunil Bhaskaran, Vice President Corporate Services, Tata Steel said “We are pleased to host the 16th Tata Open Golf Pro – Golf event at our Golmuri Golf Course. The event has grown from strength to strength over the years. The golf course has also matured and we are looking forward to witness some very competitive golf.”


Mr. Uttam Singh Mundy, CEO, PGTI, said, “We thank the TATA STEEL Group for partnering with the PGTI in laying a strong foundation for professional golf in India. The 16th edition of the TATA Open promises to bring out the best from the Indian and foreign professionals playing on the PGTI as they strive for the honour of winning the coveted PGTI Order of Merit title. We wish the players all the best.”