Kolkata-headquartered FMCG company Emami Limited, on Tuesday slapped transnational FMCG major Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) with an ex-parte ad-interim order of injunction, restraining the latter from circulating and displaying the company’s television commercial for its brand Men’s Fair & Lovely with immediate effect till July 6, 2018.
The world’s most watched sporting event is here. As 32 teams battle for the coveted cup, close to 100 million Indians will be tuning into the beautiful game on TV alone. And though we may not have Indian team to cheer for, Indian fans will have Official 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia merchandise to sport while cheering favorite teams.
Carlsberg India Private Limited (CIPL), an arm of the Carlsberg Group, has roped in Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan as the brand ambassador of the latest offer from its stable – ‘Carlsberg Smooth’, a premium mild beer crafted with the finest European Barley.
Mercedes-Benz, India’s biggest luxury carmaker on Monday introduced the new Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupé priced at Rs 2.55 crore (pan India) to take on compatriot rivals like BMW, Audi, Jaguar Land Rover and Volvo in Asia’s third largest car market.
The new Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupé boasts of technical and visual highlights with a more powerful engine and a distinct look to woo buyers.
The Pune-headquartered automobile major had recently launched the range-topping, performance version of the E-Class in the country.
Narayan Seva Sansthan, that began its operation modestly in 1985 with a small hospital in Udaipur with the help of a donation from a Kolkata-based individual and currently runs two hospitals (800 beds and 300 beds each), 30 centres, 20 physiotherapy centres, 49 branches abroad, is now aspiring to emerge as one of the leading healthcare brands, that stands for ‘service’ and ‘care’.
Temi Tea, from the stable of The Temi Tea Estate located in the southern parts of Sikkim in the north east India, the only tea garden in the state established in 1969 which still owned by the state government, seems well set to tap the US tea market with its range of offerings.
Chota Bheem has become the first Indian cartoon character to sell merchandise worth Rs 200 crore. Unseasonal nature of the sales across big cities and small towns alike and a large portfolio of products at different price points have been helping steady growth of Chota Bheem merchandise sales year-after-year.
Chota Bheem the cartoon series is being aired through Pogo TV for the past 10 years. Green Gold Animation, the owner of Chota Bheem has been licensing the Intellectual Property to different manufacturers and has been associating with retailers since 2010.
Tata Motors-owned British luxury sports car maker, Jaguar Land Rover on Wednesday introduced the Jaguar F-Type SVR both in Coupe and Convertible form, priced at Rs 2.65 crore and Rs 2.80 crore respectively at pan India showroom.
The F-Type SVR sports car is the fastest production Jaguar car till date and packs a 575 hp supercharged V8 engine.
The F-Type SVR has been developed by the Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) team at Jaguar Land Rover, and what's pushed to the maximum is the performance of the car.
Vahdam Teas, an upcoming online tea brand, funded by Fireside Ventures, Mumbai Angels, Singapore Angel Network and a few undisclosed investors, is working on to promote itself as an iconic made in India tea brand in the global market on the basis of efficiency of its disruptive supply chain. The brand concerns for the farmers and their families and patronisation of a truly ethical and fair trade product, said Bala Sarda, founder, Vahdam Teas.
Knowledge sharing platform Quora recently launched its hindi version and promised to roll out its platform for other Indian languages soon.