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When thirst became a crisis in Maldives, Rail Neer took to dip...

Bisleri is the market leader in the segment; Aquafina and Kinley follow Jyoti Mukul | New Delhi February 1, 2015 Last Updated at 23:37 IST On December 5, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) received a phone call from the Union external ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
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New fizz to Bisleri ambition, plans to launch soft drinks

After introducing its energy drink Urzza, Bisleri International is gearing up for a foray in the Rs 14,000-crore carbonated soft drinks sector in India. The company which sells Bilseri packaged drinking water is currently formulating new products in ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Bisleri plans to launch new soft drinks in India  Foodbev1 month ago

Bisleri, Colgate and the Honda Activa

Ever noticed how most of us ask for a Bisleri instead of a bottle of water. How the market is flooded with fake brands called Biloori, whose labels look similar to the brand of packaged water that, at one point of time, wanted you to play safe. How ...
 Motoroids.com2 months ago

Bisleri an Italian brand that couldn’t be more Indian

Sometimes there are brands that have been better themselves so much in the consumer cycle that they become generic for that category.
 Money Control2 months ago
Mumbai Mirror

Contaminated water delivered by mistake to Vipul Shah's sets

Filmmaker Vipul Shah's (Waqt, Singh is King) production house, Sunshine Pictures, has sent a written complaint to Bisleri International for dispatching bottles containing dust particles, red 'blood-like' traces, and hair to the set in Madh Island ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago Contaminated bottled water delivered on the sets of Vipul Shah's TV show Pukaar  Times of India1 month ago Contaminated water delivered by `mistake'  Times of India1 month ago

Tanker submerged in Bisleri nallah in Ramban district. —Excelsior/Pervaiz

Tanker submerged in Bisleri nallah in Ramban district. —Excelsior/Pervaiz Share this:
 Daily Excelsior.com4 days ago Driver killed as oil tanker plunges into nallah  Daily Excelsior.com4 days ago

Maxtalent Global lads impress on Mumbai tour

The MGS team won two out five matches in the MGS Bisleri Urzza Cup 2014 for boys under-15 while they lost in the final of the under 13 MCF-MGS 2014 Friendship trophy. The UAE-based Maxtalent Global Sports (MGS) under-13 and 15 put up a reasonably ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago
Agron Food Processing

No impact on Food Processing firms with Reduction in retail price

Domestic companies in the food processing sector are likely to remain unaffected by the abatement of 35 per cent on the retail sale price in the assessment of central excise duty on beverages such as iced tea and lemonade. PiruzKhambatta, ...
 Agron Food Processing2 days ago Reduction in retail price may not hit food processing firms  Hindu Business Line4 days ago

Despite tax hike, soft drinks to retain fizz

Makers of soft drinks are unlikely to tinker with their price following the excise duty increase announced in the Budget. Excise duty on aerated drinks and flavoured water has been marginally increased to 18 per cent from 17.5 per cent earlier.
 Business Standard India2 days ago
Rediff.com

Marginal increase in excise duty unlikely to push prices

A marginal 0.14 per cent increase in excise duty is unlikely to affect prices of consumer goods. The rise, if any, will be minimal, suggests Saugata Gupta, managing director of Marico, the maker of the Parachute and Saffola brands. “The excise duty has been rounded off to 12.5 per cent from 12.36 per cent. This will hardly affect consumer goods prices. For me, the big takeaway from the Budget was the emphasis on overall development -- whether in infrastructure, education or rural. This ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Excise duty hike may not push prices of consumer goods  Business Standard India4 days ago
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