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The Modi Govt via IOC will invest ₹24,000 Crore to set up 6 Petrochemical Projects around Vadodara, creating 25000 jobs. Projects include India's 1st Hydrogen Dispensing Facility for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles & the mega LuPech Project for Petrochemicals.
 

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The Modi Govt via Petronet LNG will invest ₹18,700 Crore to ramp up gas infra across India: —₹8,000 Cr to set up 1000 LNG Stations. —₹4,000 Cr to set up 100 CBG Plants over 3 years. —₹4500 Cr at Dahej Terminal —₹1500 Cr on upcoming East Coast Terminal.
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Out of 341 Projects sanctioned under Namami Gange by Modi Govt, 147 Projects worth ₹11K Crore stand completed. 61 out of 157 STPs completed. From 10% in 2014, now 31% of sewage discharged into Ganga is treated. On completion of 96 more STPs, it'll be ~85%
 

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No. Please enlighten me.
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In India, most of the strawberry produces from the firms of Panchgani, Mahabaleswar. Originally strawberry is not native to this place. In fact, it only started growing there when the British introduced it in 1920s. Over 2000 acres of land is under strawberry cultivation in the district. Around 20 thousand tones strawberries are produced in just a session. In early days, strawberry producers of that area were facing problems to sell the strawberries produced by them. As strawberry is a fragile fruit, it becomes rotted within 24 hours of plucking from firm. So that the helpless farmers sold their products to the local vendors in cheaper price. Even the farmers got the money when the vendors sold all of their products and vendors did not paid the farmers for rotted strawberries. For these reasons, the farmers were struggling to find a good way to preserve these strawberries and to get a considerable price. Mapro founded in 1959, the Company had its humble beginnings in the hill-town of Panchgani, near Mahabaleswar, when a businessman named Kishore Vora a pharmacist by profession, decided to make some strawberry jam. He then went on to develop innovative products such as jelly sweets, fruit cubes with fruit juice and rose syrups with rose petals all for the first time in country. Today, his ‘hobby’ has borne fruit in the shape of Mapro, one of the most modern, hygienic, quality-focussed fruit product manufacturing units in India. His vision has been taken forward, thereby transforming the region around Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani, the erstwhile sleepy hill stations of Maharashtra, into a flourishing fruit processing zone.

Mapro founded in 1959, the Company had its humble beginnings in the hill-town of Panchgani, near Mahabaleswar, when a businessman named Kishore Vora a pharmacist by profession, decided to make some strawberry jam. He then went on to develop innovative products such as jelly sweets, fruit cubes with fruit juice and rose syrups with rose petals – all for the first time in country. Today, his ‘hobby’ has borne fruit in the shape of Mapro, one of the most modern, hygienic, quality-focussed fruit product manufacturing units in India. His vision has been taken forward, thereby transforming the region around Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani, the erstwhile sleepy hill stations of Maharashtra, into a flourishing fruit processing zone.

When Mapro started making jam from strawberries they used only a kerosene stove, some domestic utensils and a thermometer. Mr and Mrs Vora started the journey from their kitchen with the capital of ₹800 only. The farmers used to sell their produced strawberries to Vora family in a pre-determined and considerable price. The Vora family processed the strawberries and made jam from it. Packed the jam in some small jar for sale with the stickers of ‘VORA JAM’. After studying so many recipe books and applying new techniques, Vora made his new recipe, where there was 45% of real fruit In comparison to another fruit products had only 25%. He used to sell the jams in his pharmacy and some in local grocery stores. It was the first journey of Mapro. Mapro bought 3 houses for making homemade products from strawberries like jam and crush. Mapro took permission from Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and started their first ever ‘Mapro Food Park’ in Panchgani, near Mahabaleswar and opened it for public. Day by day their production as well as customers was increasing rapidly. They used to make various products from various fruits including strawberry.

From the Mapro Diarie's.
 

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In India, most of the strawberry produces from the firms of Panchgani, Mahabaleswar. Originally strawberry is not native to this place. In fact, it only started growing there when the British introduced it in 1920s. Over 2000 acres of land is under strawberry cultivation in the district. Around 20 thousand tones strawberries are produced in just a session. In early days, strawberry producers of that area were facing problems to sell the strawberries produced by them. As strawberry is a fragile fruit, it becomes rotted within 24 hours of plucking from firm. So that the helpless farmers sold their products to the local vendors in cheaper price. Even the farmers got the money when the vendors sold all of their products and vendors did not paid the farmers for rotted strawberries. For these reasons, the farmers were struggling to find a good way to preserve these strawberries and to get a considerable price. Mapro founded in 1959, the Company had its humble beginnings in the hill-town of Panchgani, near Mahabaleswar, when a businessman named Kishore Vora a pharmacist by profession, decided to make some strawberry jam. He then went on to develop innovative products such as jelly sweets, fruit cubes with fruit juice and rose syrups with rose petals all for the first time in country. Today, his ‘hobby’ has borne fruit in the shape of Mapro, one of the most modern, hygienic, quality-focussed fruit product manufacturing units in India. His vision has been taken forward, thereby transforming the region around Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani, the erstwhile sleepy hill stations of Maharashtra, into a flourishing fruit processing zone.

Mapro founded in 1959, the Company had its humble beginnings in the hill-town of Panchgani, near Mahabaleswar, when a businessman named Kishore Vora a pharmacist by profession, decided to make some strawberry jam. He then went on to develop innovative products such as jelly sweets, fruit cubes with fruit juice and rose syrups with rose petals – all for the first time in country. Today, his ‘hobby’ has borne fruit in the shape of Mapro, one of the most modern, hygienic, quality-focussed fruit product manufacturing units in India. His vision has been taken forward, thereby transforming the region around Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani, the erstwhile sleepy hill stations of Maharashtra, into a flourishing fruit processing zone.

When Mapro started making jam from strawberries they used only a kerosene stove, some domestic utensils and a thermometer. Mr and Mrs Vora started the journey from their kitchen with the capital of ₹800 only. The farmers used to sell their produced strawberries to Vora family in a pre-determined and considerable price. The Vora couple processed the strawberries and made jam from it. Packed the jam in some small jar for sale with the stickers of ‘VORA JAM’. After studying so many recipe books and applying new techniques, Vora made his new recipe, where there was 45% of real fruit In comparison to another fruit products had only 25%. He used to sell the jams in his pharmacy and some in local grocery stores. It was the first journey of Mapro. Mapro bought 3 houses for making homemade products from strawberries like jam and crush. Mapro took permission from Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and started their first ever ‘Mapro Food Park’ in Panchgani, near Mahabaleswar and opened it for public. Day by day their production as well as customers was increasing rapidly. They used to make various products from various fruits including strawberry.

From the Mapro Diarie's.
Thanks for the info , i didn't knew about it ,will order something soon
 

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Thanks for the info , i didn't knew about it ,will order something soon
Ya'll Nibbiars try their Falero fruit jelly candy they have 33 percent Fruit in it's compared to the other fruit candies which only has 20 percent fruit pulp in it's.
 

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Has the population of India surpassed that of China?
I think it has now exceeded, although the nominal population of China is 1.41 billion, and the population of congestion is 1.39 billion. However, India has not included the number of registered permanent residence, should have exceeded the population of China.
What?
 

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This was fast.. within one year i think.
Telecom companies will have to use equipment approved in this list. impact is on chinese telecom equipment manufacturers.

but as per point 3.d. this does not apply to old equipment.
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GoI launches Trusted Telecom Portal "The list of equipment to be covered under National Security Directive on Telecommunication Sector & the methodology to designate 'Trusted Products' will be devised by Designated Authority who is the National Cyber Security Coordinator."

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Ya'll Nibbiars only if more companies had taken this roles instead of just maximizing profit's. They are knew to use higher percentage of fruit's in their products compared to the other brand's. We need more rensposible firm's like this.

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Nahi bhai.. meetha utna pasand nahi.
Ya'll Nibboars I don't Drink Tea but har looz hamare Memsahab ko Tea wo bhi 7 large spoon sugar aur shaam ko utne hei extremely sweet Coffee bana kar deni hoti hai. :truestory:
 
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Even when the challs which decided to renew themselves by their own did not succeed.
Bhendi Bazar started a big project to remodernism and had plan to make 300 mtr plus building. Only one side of the whole plot is having any work going on rest of the bazar is still old stinky and shady place.
This project started because the people here are Bohra Muslims which are somewhat pro-BJP but once BJP govt was out of power in MaHa again it went to sleep.
Yes it is a Muslim majority area and the project is being funded and done by Saifee Burhani Trust who’s founder Syedna Mohammed Burhanuddin might be from Bhendi Bazar, apparently Bhendi bazar is a lot better than other slum areas, but still it requires redevelopment, Dharavi urgently, we can reclaim land over time for building low cost cousing if costs increase. Mumbai should be turned into a big global city as fast as possible.
 

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