Ahmedabad-based consumer electronics brand 'Just Corseca', launched four new wireless earbuds in India, on December 31. The earbuds are named Plum, Spacer, Stark, and Striker and cost Rs 2,699, 3299, 3,499, and Rs 3,999, respectively. The flagship version features a 700mAh battery, delivering 35 hours of play-time. ''Bringing a revolution in the product portfolio is one of the premium parts of Just Corseca,'' said Ritesh Goenka, Group MD. … read-more
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To attract customers to the shop, a fruit juice seller is asking his customers to make their fruit juice on their own. Yes, it's true. The seller developed a mechanism to attach a mixer to a bicycle. It lets the customers make the juices by paddling the bicycle. The video of a customer shared by theGreenobar is also going viral on Instagram. … read-more
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In a viral video on Instagram, a food blogger spellbound people by trying a blazing piece of panipuri. In the video, a vendor lit up the golgapaa full of foodstuff, which she put into her mouth, creating a insane sight for viewers. It has been named as "fire panipuri'. Reportedly, the bizarre moment was shot in Ahmedabad. The video has so far received over 19,000 likes.
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Lok Sabha constituency in Gujarat's Gandhinagar, represented by BJP'S Amit Shah, will hold a cricket and kabaddi tournament under the Gandhinagar Lok Sabha Premier League 370 or GLPL370 label to "attract the largest number of young people." Furthermore, the league is reported to be named after Article 370, which was repealed under… read-more
The Indian Institute of Management-Ahmedabad launched an online leadership course named Understanding Bhagavad Gita. The programme is aimed at professionals and learners willing to learn management techniques, leadership, and various allied skills. However, the course requires the applicants to have a minimum of 5 years of professional experience. The registration of the course will be open until November 29, while the course will cost Rs 64,… read-more
Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation in Gujarat banned non-vegetarian food from being sold on roadside stalls on November 16. The order said non-vegetarian items cannot be sold in the 100-meter radius of schools, colleges, and religious places. "People are free to eat whatever they want. But the food being sold at stalls should not be harmful and the stalls should not obstruct traffic flow," said CM Bhupendra Patel.
Flora Asodia, an 11-year-old girl suffering from a brain tumor, was made collector for a day by Gujarat's Ahmedabad Collector Sandip Sangle on September 18. Asodia lives in Gandhinagar and studies in class 7, has always dreamt of becoming a collector. Reportedly, the Make-A-Wish foundation requested Sangle to fulfill Asoida's dream and he immediately accepted the request. Sangle also celebrated her birthday before the usual of September 25.… read-more
Amid the growing demand for organic products across the world, an Ahmedabad-based firm called ''Azafran'' is working 24x7 to fulfill their demand. The company offers multiple products based on personal care, health and nutrition, and home essentials, claiming ''100% genuine''. Mansi Vyas, who founded the company with Aditi Vyas in 2007, said, ''We've our own greenhouse and organic farms where we grow the ingredients and manufacture the… read-more
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A man from Ahmedabad named Nimesh Marathi has filed a complaint to police that his wife has managed to declare him dead and obtained Rs 18 lakh insurance amount three years ago. However, the police have arrested Marathi's 45-year-old wife Nanada Marathi and the accused doctor Harikrushna Soni for falsy testifying. Reportedly, the doctor had declared the man to be dead due to cardiac arrest on March 6, 2019.
For laying the foundation for the upcoming parliament building, Ahmedabad-based human rights organisation Navsarjan Trust has launched a campaign to donate coins engraved with anti-untouchability message. The 1,111-milligram diameter coins, made of brass objects collected from locals, will have an inscription reading "Will the 1947 dream of untouchability-free India be a reality in 2047?" alongside images of Ambedkar-led Mahad Satyagrah.… read-more