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The raised by throught the initiative fund will be used to provide meals (dry ration) to restaurant workers who are suffering due to the current challenging times, said Pepsi.(@AmitHPanchal/Twitter Photo)

Pepsi joins NRAI, Swiggy initiative to provide 25 lakh meals to workers in distress

New Delhi | By Asian News International | Posted by Kanishka Sarkar
UPDATED ON JUN 25, 2020 02:50 PM IST
As part of the initiative, whenever any consumer adds any soft drink to a meal order on Swiggy from June 25 to July 19, Pepsi will contribute part of the proceeds in respect of each soft drink ordered to the NRAI Covid-19 Relief Corpus.
An office worker wearing a protective mask is screened with an infrared thermometer as he enters a building, New Delhi, March 11, 2020(Bloomberg)
An office worker wearing a protective mask is screened with an infrared thermometer as he enters a building, New Delhi, March 11, 2020(Bloomberg)

Covid-19: How the crisis can help businesses successfully reorient human interactions

By Gautam Bali
PUBLISHED ON APR 10, 2020 01:09 PM IST
The coronavirus crisis has reminded humanity that no amount of planning, forecasts and analysis are foolproof. But it is often a crisis that brings out the best in us
The author with devotees, who keep alive the folklore, songs and legends of Sati or Sita, that embodiment of the pain and suffering of womankind. Annie Ali Khan, who died tragically last year, accompanied these women and others like them on pilgrimages to shrines across Pakistan.(Annie Ali Khan)
The author with devotees, who keep alive the folklore, songs and legends of Sati or Sita, that embodiment of the pain and suffering of womankind. Annie Ali Khan, who died tragically last year, accompanied these women and others like them on pilgrimages to shrines across Pakistan.(Annie Ali Khan)

Excerpt: Sita Under the Crescent Moon by Annie Ali Khan

By Annie Ali Khan
UPDATED ON AUG 03, 2019 09:12 AM IST
In Sita Under the Crescent Moon, Annie Ali Khan travels with women pilgrims to Sufi shrines across Pakistan to see how they worship Sita. In this particularly powerful excerpt, the author ponders on the pain of womanhood
Coca-Cola’s entry into Jal jeera, Danone’s third India stint with the investment in Epigamia and the relaunch of HUL’s ayurvedic brand, Ayush, to counter Patanjali’s growth, along with its acquisition of the Indulekha haircare brand, show us how insurgents and incumbents are innovatively working towards increasing their market share(Bloomberg)
Coca-Cola’s entry into Jal jeera, Danone’s third India stint with the investment in Epigamia and the relaunch of HUL’s ayurvedic brand, Ayush, to counter Patanjali’s growth, along with its acquisition of the Indulekha haircare brand, show us how insurgents and incumbents are innovatively working towards increasing their market share(Bloomberg)

How insurgent brands are redefining India’s consumer growth story

By Shahan Sud and Arjun Vaidya
PUBLISHED ON APR 29, 2019 08:14 PM IST
These brands will change the way Indians consume, and might also be a catalyst for tackling India’s unemployment puzzle
The Gillette ad asks whether ‘boys will be boys’ or they will look in the mirror and rediscover themselves.
The Gillette ad asks whether ‘boys will be boys’ or they will look in the mirror and rediscover themselves.

Outrageous advertising: Brilliant or a boomerang by Gillette?

Hindustan Times | By Abhinav Verma
UPDATED ON JAN 22, 2019 04:02 PM IST
The latest Gillette advert has sparked an online debate, with many slamming it for what they felt was tarring all men with one colour. Others say the ad only targets bullies and sexual predators.
Indra Nooyi, chairman and chief executive officer of PepsiCo Inc., is the first foreign-born CEO of Pepsi and the first woman to lead the chips-and-soda behemoth.(Bloomberg)
Indra Nooyi, chairman and chief executive officer of PepsiCo Inc., is the first foreign-born CEO of Pepsi and the first woman to lead the chips-and-soda behemoth.(Bloomberg)

Indra Nooyi’s Pepsi exit means another female CEO replaced by a man

Bloomberg | By Jeff Green
UPDATED ON AUG 07, 2018 01:04 PM IST
The departure of Indra Nooyi drops the number of women CEOs in the S&P 500 to 23, according to Bloomberg analysis and data compiled by researcher Catalyst.
Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi poses for a portrait by products at the Tops SuperMarket in Batavia, New York.(Reuters File)
Former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi poses for a portrait by products at the Tops SuperMarket in Batavia, New York.(Reuters File)

Pepsi’s Indra Nooyi ends 12-year run as company’s first female CEO, Ramon Laguarta to take over

Bloomberg | By Craig Giammona and Jacqueline Simmons
UPDATED ON AUG 07, 2018 02:10 PM IST
Indra Nooyi was the first foreign-born CEO of Pepsi and the first woman to lead the chips-and-soda behemoth, whose revenue topped $63 billion last year.
While e-cigarettes do not give off smoke, they do contain many different chemicals to flavour the e-liquids, which are absent from traditional, or “combustible,” cigarettes.(Shutterstock)
While e-cigarettes do not give off smoke, they do contain many different chemicals to flavour the e-liquids, which are absent from traditional, or “combustible,” cigarettes.(Shutterstock)

You thought E-cigarette flavours are harmless? It affects a lot more than just taste buds

Asian News International, Washington D.C. | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON APR 10, 2018 03:07 PM IST
The team of researchers said that the chemicals that make up different flavours also produce different levels of free radicals, toxins often associated with cancer and other diseases.
World Water Day: A positive message amidst a daunting global crisis
World Water Day: A positive message amidst a daunting global crisis

World Water Day: A positive message amidst a daunting global crisis

By Promotional Feature, HT Brand Studio
UPDATED ON MAY 25, 2018 06:01 PM IST
As several parts of the world desperately strive to offset the impact of water scarcity, Sanjeev Chadha, Chairman – PepsiCo (AMENA) urges us to believe in the power of simple solutions towards tackling a common disaster.
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