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    The best mosambi fruit has been chosen to recently launch the Minute Maid Pulpy Mosambi for the discerning Indian consumer. As Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis launched the new pulpy product in Mumbai earlier this month, it was another step for Coca-Cola towards having more fruits in its
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    MANGOES HAVE GOT JUICIER FOR FARMERS
    Indian poets, from Kalidas to Amir Khusrau, have waxed eloquent about the mango tree, the producer of the fruit of the gods and the abode of the melodious cuckoo, and the cool shade its extended foliage offers to the weary traveller. Such soft sentiments do not move food scientists fighting against
  • Business
    PRESIDENT JAMES QUINCEY EXPLAINS THE INTERNATIONAL LEADERSHIP CHANGES AT COCA-COLA
    James Quincey took over as the President and Chief Operating Officer of The Coca-Cola Company on May 1. Soon after joining, he announced a number of changes to drive the next leg of growth. Here’s a brief conversation with James on the changesWhy are we making these changes now?It all starts
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    WORLD WATER DAY: CHANGING LIVES IN WATER-SCARCE BUNDELKHAND
    Patna village (Madhya Pradesh), Sep 4 (IANS) A simple innovation like a check-dam has dramatically turned around the lives of the 500-odd people in 50 poor Adivasi houselholds in this village located on a water-scarce plateau in Madhya Pradesh, where the nearest water body was once over four kilometres
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    EDUCATION’S CHANCE TO FINALLY CHANGE: DIGITALLY
    This blog is in accordance with the Global Shapers Initiative When we look around almost everything around us has changed, the cars we drive, the kind of clothes we wear, our methods of communicating and what not. If there is one thing that hasn't changed is the way we teach and the way we learn. My
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    OPINION: BUILDING AND SECURING TRUST IN ASIA
    I am continuously amazed at the dynamism and immense growth opportunities present throughout the Asia Pacific region. I was reminded of this fact once again when I had the privilege this week to participate in the World Economic Forum on East Asia in Jakarta. The event brought together global leaders

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