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Battle of the Mixes: Future of powdered drinks like Rasna & Ta...

According to brand consultant, Harish Bijoor, Rasna is like the mother and Tang the great granddaughter of the category, as far as India is concerned. Economic Times, 1 month ago
Times of India

Social media gives a boost to smaller Kannada films

Over the past three years, there's been at least one non-mainstream film in Kannada that has created a buzz and gone on to become a social media favourite, ensuring that fans around the world demand a release in their cities. What began with Lucia ...
 Times of India1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

Suresh Narayanan to replace Nestle India boss after Maggi scare

Mumbai: Swiss food group Nestle has replaced the head of its Indian operations as the company battles its worst ever public relations crisis in the country, following a food scare that forced it to withdraw its popular instant noodles brand Maggi. ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Swiss food group Nestle has replaced the head of its Indian operations as the company battles its worst ever public relations crisis in the country  India News Blast1 week ago Nestle India replaces boss after Maggi scare  Manorama Online1 week ago UPDATE 1-Nestle replaces India boss after noodle scare  Reuters Africa1 week ago
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Financial Express

Nestle India loses its head in Maggi noodle fiasco

Last month, at the height of the Maggi controversy, Nestle's group CEO Paul Bulcke had to fly down to India where he addressed a crowded press conference to reiterate that its products are safe to consume. (Reuters) Swedish FMCG major Nestle on ...
 Financial Express1 week ago India's favourite instant noodle brand under scrutiny  Day After India1 month ago Maggi's trial by fire  Smart Investor1 month ago PR forecast: Consumers will forgive  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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Micromax vs Gionee: Mine's thinner than yours

The pickings are hardly slim in the world's third largest smartphone market, although being slender and svelte may be the way to the consumer's pocket. Last week, Indian smartphone maker Micromax put out a full-page ad in The Times of India claiming ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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Check out Quikr's new avatar

The company rebrands itself, promises to be easy, speedy and flexibleAasan hai badalna -- It is easy to change, says the new tagline of cross category online classifieds business firm Quikr, which last week donned a new avatar with a new brand positioning. India’s online listing space is witnessing phenomenal growth and as smartphone adoption increases, India is emerging as a mobile first country. Nearly 65 per cent of internet users are on mobile and 40 per cent of all e-commerce ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Quikr's new avatar  Agencyfaqs!1 week ago
Forbes India

Britannia Industries: The taste of success

Britannia Industries's move of bringing on board Varun Berry has proved a winner. In just two years, the FMCG veteran has spearheaded a turnaround Image: BMAXIMAGE Varun Berry, managing director of Britannia Industries, was roped in ...
 Forbes India1 week ago

Soil catches fire in Anekal, Bangalore

Lakshmipura in Anekal, 20 kms from Bengaluru, is being used for dumping garbage, and the methane gases released from the garbage is causing the soil to catch fire. Not many believed when told some time ago that water does catch fire. Now, ...
 India Today1 week ago

How social media has impacted public discourse

L-R: Gul Panag, Milind Deora, Ranjona Banerji Hate it or be hooked to it, social media has revolutionised the communications industry. While some people say for the better, others point out its various flaws. We bring together expert views ...
 DNA India1 week ago Question Hour: Uncertain media moments  Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Whoever said anti-ageing creams and iPhones are urban fads

E-tailers expanding outreach as they find takers for anti-ageing cream and smartphones in tier-3/4 towns Representational Image dna Research & Archives Buying an anti-ageing or anti-wrinkle cream online is no longer an urban phenomenon. A ...
 DNA India1 week ago
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