One of the identified pillars of this strategy is to accelerate digital transformation by developing digital-first FMCG brands,” the company said in a regulatory filing.
Known to serve the best of South Indian (read Bengaluru) breakfast in the city, Taaza Kitchen has been receiving only the best of reviews.
India now faces the challenge of balancing strong economic growth with a sharp deceleration in its CO2 emissions, Fitch Solutions said in a note.
Food and Civil Supplies Minister G R Anil has called for opening community kitchens across the country.
Despite starting slightly higher, the 30-share index turned red to trade 125.54 points or 0.22 per cent lower at 58,215.45.
Most well-known cryptocurrencies at the time of writing the article were trading 8-12 per cent lower than 24 hours ago with Bitcoin prices falling by Rs 5 lakh, or 12 per cent, in the past 24 hours.
Harmanpreet Kaur enjoyed a dominant season in red, ending the regular season as her side's leading batter with 399 runs and bowler with 15 wickets.
Repeal of farm laws, cryptocurrency regulation: Modi government lists 26 bills for upcoming Parliament session
The Cryptocurrency and Regulation of Official Digital Currency Bill seeks to ban all but a few private cryptocurrencies to promote underlying technologies while allowing an official digital currency.
These also include a bill to repeal the three farm laws, a proposal for which is to be discussed by the Union Cabinet on Wednesday.
To make schools self-sufficient, the district administration has started encouraging them to open 'kitchen gardens' where they can grow vegetables for the mid-day meals on the campus itself
Sumant Ligayat had saved Rs 10 lakh for his daughter's wedding scheduled next month but lost all the money in Bitcoin trade and was worried about facing his family.
Skeletons continue to tumble out of the closet of hacker Srikrishna Ramesh alias Sriki’s multicrore Bitcoin scam that has snowballed into a political controversy.
A 55-year-old woman buried her husband alive in Perumbakkam on Wednesday, allegedly because he wished to attain immortality after death.
Amid concerns over cryptocurrency, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had chaired a meeting on November 13 to deliberate on the way forward.
It is a sad commentary that a most responsible body like RBI has said that it is neither legal nor illegal, says Pamarty Venkataramana, eminent international corporate lawyer