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INDIA LAUNCHES HEALTHY FOOD CONSUMPTION PROGRAMME



The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has launched an ‘Eat Right Movement’ to improve public health and combat disease linked to poor eating habits.

The programme will “nudge food businesses to reformulate their products, provide better nutritional information to consumers and make investments in healthy food as responsible food businesses,” said an FSSAI statement.…

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INTERVIEW MOHAMED IRSHAD, HEAD OF GLOBAL INTERNAL AUDIT AMERICAS FOR SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC



Diversity – a theme very close to Mohamed Irshad’s heart – could not be embodied by a more appropriate person than the affable, youthful-looking 34-year-old head of global internal audit – the Americas, at French multinational Schneider Electric. Irshad is an Indian national who was born and raised in Dubai, studied in India, has lived in Paris and is now based in Canada.…

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US RENEWS GTO’S TO IDENTIFY HIGH END PROPERTY BUYERS IN SIX CITIES



The United States Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is renewing a series of temporary Geographic Targeting Orders (GTOs) to target potential money launderers using property to hide ill gotten gains. The orders force title insurance firms to identify beneficial owners of high-end cash property deals in six city areas.…

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INDIAN AYURVEDIC PERSONAL CARE COMPANY TAKES ON MULTINATIONALS



The phenomenal rise of India’s Patanjali Ayurveda Ltd, that has upset the strategies of many established cosmetic companies in the country, is credited to its lower price, good quality and increasing demand for herbal products. Credit is also given to unorthodox marketing techniques backed by the popularity of yoga guru Baba Ramdev, who despite having no formal relationship with the company is closely linked to the brand.…

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WHAT MODI GOVERNMENT MEANS TO TEXTILE SECTOR IN INDIA



When India’s new Prime Minister Narendra Modi swept the just-concluded general elections riding on the slogan in Hindi ‘achche din aane wale hain’ – which means good days are coming soon – Indian garment exporters agreed.

With Modi’s BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) government assuming power on May 26, the new textile minister Santosh Kumar Gangwar’s statement that he wants to project ‘Brand India’ abroad and boost garment exports has given exporters confidence that government help will be offered.…

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DR OETKER GETS ITS SPOON INTO INDIA'S BREAKFAST CEREAL MARKET



BY MINI PANT ZACHARIAH

GERMAN food giant Dr. Oetker entered India’s growing breakfast cereal market on Wednesday (September 21), with the launch of its muesli brand, Vitalis.

Now available in Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore, Vitalis is imported from Germany and available in four crunchy variants, including raisins and honey and chocolate granola.…

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INDIA AIRPORT INDUSTRY FLIRTS WITH DEDICATED POWER PRODUCTION



BY RAGHAVENDRA VERMA

WHEN is a power plant deemed to be dedicated to a major customer? Obviously a key consideration is its location – but what if locating a major power plant right next to an industrial consumer is not acceptable?…

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RICE HUSK POWER TO LIGHT UP INDIA'S REMOTE VILLAGES



BY RAGHAVENDRA VERMA

HAS the world found the means to drive rapid growth of distributed power generation in the rural areas? Yes, believes a group of young entrepreneurs in India who are using the rice husk-fired gasification process to operate small generation units in off-grid remote villages.…

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NEW TERMINAL AT NEW DELHI AIRPORT



BY RAGHAVENDRA VERMA

WITH a vivid metallic facade of mirror-like copper plates and Hindi ‘Mudr?’ hand sculptures at the arrival lounge of the brand new terminal building, the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in New Delhi is acclaimed by its developers as "the gateway to modern India."…

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SOUTHERN INDIA NURSE PROSPERS BY MOVING NORTH TO DELHI



BY RAGHAVENDRA VERMA, in New Delhi
SHY but confident, Leenia Thomas, 31, is among the few fortunate nurses in India satisfied with their present employment and not dreaming of immigrating to the UK, USA or the Gulf. However she still lives 2,000 km away from her hometown in the southern state of Kerala, which provides a large proportion of the nurses in India because of its high literacy rates and unusually strong cultural position of women.…

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