AMWAY INDIA HEALTH
Pollution concerns in India not skin-deep
Anti-pollution facewashes, toners and face cleansers from brands such as Pond’s, Amway and Lotus have grown 25-30% this year compared with fairness products, which are growing at 8-10%, albeit on a larger base. The country’s top fairness creams include Fair & Lovely, Lotus Whiteglow, Nivea Natural Fairness and Garnier White Complete.
No Indian study to show pollution shortens life: Javadekar; draws flak from environment experts
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EBITDA growth for India Inc. came down to 6% this quarter: Ashish Gupta, Credit Suisse
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No adverse impact of American chickenlegs on domestic industry, FSSAI has no info on impact on human health: Piyush Goyal
“No report of adverse effect on the domestic poultry sector including Namakal district in Tamil Nadu, due to import of chicken legs from the United States to India, has been received in the ministry,” commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal said in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha.
Indo-US partnership inherent to India’s growth story: Ambassador Shringla
Indian Ambasador to USA Harsh Vardhan Shringla also suggested that bilateral relationship between India and the United States is evolving fast both in the strategic and economic domains and this is key to India’s growth story. His comments are significant ahead of the 2+2 ministerial level dialogue on December 18.
How India, overcoming its prejudice for soy, now offers the world a model for sustainable use of the bean
India is now the world’s fifth largest producer of soy, with production centred in regions like Vidarbha and Madhya Pradesh where planting experiments took place in 1935.
Dabur has ‘war chest’ to buy companies, expand in rural India
The company is fanning out operations to remote parts of the country to access more consumers.
After 3 weeks of hospitalisation, family says Lata Mangeshkar is 'doing good'
The singer's niece said that the prayers and good wishes from all over have worked.
Government to check for inconsistencies in Household Expenditure survey
The meeting took place in the wake of a leaked draft of the Household Consumer Expenditure survey report showing a decline in consumer spending in rural India in 2017-18. MoSPI, which had junked the survey, said it would not use it for official purposes but was examining its repercussions and impact on all base revision of various economic indicators.
Coal India Ltd eases norms for coal supplies to non-regulated customers and IPPs
State-run Coal India Limited (CIL) on Friday said it has relaxed norms for supplying the fuel to its customers of non-regulated sector by extending "letter of credit" to them and allowing an independent power producer (IPP) to transfer coal from one plant to another.
Amway India expects health, beauty segments to revive revenue growth
Amway India on Tuesday introduced new products in its global premium beauty brand Artistry, expects a double-digit growth in the segment. The FMCG major is expecting its beauty segment to contribute around 20% to overall revenue in the next five years. Amway is also investing in its online platform, which the company believes will get up to 40 to 50% of sales.
64 lakh have benefited from Ayushman Bharat so far
As of November 28, 2019, 63.7 lakh beneficiaries had availed of hospitalisation services and almost 20,000 public and private hospitals across India have been empanelled under the Ayushman Bharat scheme.
MobiKwik,Aditya Birla Health Insurance introduce Cancer Protect Cover starting Rs 125
The policy provides cover for breast, cervical, oral cavity, lung, and colorectal cancers which accounts for 47.2% of all cancers in India. Users can buy two policies of Rs 7.5 lakh and avail the cover of Rs 15 lakh.
Q2 GDP: A last-minute look at key barometers of the economy's health
Most of the readings reinforce the prevailing slowdown mood and hint at Q2 numbers falling below those in Q1.
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