CONTENT OF THE MONTH

EDITORIAL

GST
One month of GST - great beginning, greater challenges
- Dr. Subodh Jindal, President, AIFPA

CUISUINE
Amazing Diversity & Variety in Bengaluru Cuisine
- Sandeep Murlidharan, Director, Golden Palm

COLDCHAIN
India's Third Agricultural Revolution Through sustainable Cold-chain (Part 2)
- Pawanexh Kohli, CEO of NCCD

HORTICULTURE
Perspective of Challenges and Options Production and Utilization of Pomegranate (Part 2)
- H.P Singh and Babita Singh

FOOD POP UPS
Home dining meets pop culture The pop up shop is now headed from the mall to people’s homes
- Ayandrali Dutta


The Official Magazine of:


23-24-25 Feb 2018
Pune, India


23-24-25 Feb 2018
Pune, India


31st Aug - 2nd Sep 2018
BIEC, Bangalore, India


The Official Newspaper of:



23-24-25 Feb 2018
Pune, India


23-24-25 Feb 2018
Pune, India


31st Aug - 2nd Sep 2018 BIEC, Bangalore, India


31st Aug - 2nd Sep 2018
BIEC, Bangalore, India


31st Aug - 2nd Sep 2018
BIEC, Bangalore, India

TOP STORIES OF THE MONTH


ITC: ADDING VALUE TO AGRICULTURE TO AUGMENT INCOME & LIVELIHOOD
- Y C Deveshwar, Chairman, ITC

Let me highlight here ITC’s integrated approach towards building an agri-based industry of the future. It is a matter of great satisfaction that the Company's interventions in this area are intrinsically aligned to the Prime Minister's Vision to 'Double Farmer Incomes by 2022'. read more
ONE MONTH OF GREAT BEGINNING, GREATER CHALLENGES GST - outstanding record of attendance
- Dr. Subodh Jindal, President, AIFPA

The biggest indirect tax reform was undertaken on 1st July, 2017 with the adoption of Goods & Service Tax (GST). It was the culmination of many years of planning, evaluation and formulation involving intense economic and political deliberations. inread more
Amazing Diversity & Va riety in Bengaluru Cuisine
- Sandeep Murlidharan, Director, Golden Palm

The popularly known Garden City of Bangalore has a lot of untold stories to reveal in its culinary journey. Being one of the largest cities of Karnataka, its food habits has been influenced by its neighbouring states (Andhra, Tamil Nadu and Kerala) and by the large number of migrants which come down to the city, read more
INDIA'S THIRD AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION Through sustainable Cold-chain
- Pawanexh Kohli, CEO of NCCD

This is based on a report which is the result of a study tour and workshop led by the University of Birmingham, with help from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Department for International Trade, the read more
PERSPECTIVE OF CHALLENGES AND OPTIONS IN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION OF POMEGRANATE
- H.P Singh* and Babita Singh**

The pomegranate is an ideal crop for the sustainability, as it is well adapted to topography, soil and agro-climatic condition prevailing in arid and semi-arid regions. read more
Home dining meets pop culture
The pop up shop is now headed from the mall to people’s homes
- Ayandrali Dutta

Food pop ups gave street-side eating a new meaning, when gourmet chefs saw it as an opportunity to test out menus, and brands found it a good space to preview ingredients or new foods. Home cooks are now finding it read more
 


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