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Swami Ramdev inaugurates Patanjali Ayurveda Factory in Nepal, will Invest 100 Billion in the Country in a Decade

The venture will provide employment to about 20,000 Nepalese

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A Patanjali outlet. VOA

November 23, 2016: Swami Ramdev inaugurated a Patanjali Ayurveda factory with President of Nepal Bidhya Devi Bhandari, in southern Bara district, Nepal on 23rd November. He announced that he will invest over Rs. 100 billion in a decade in Nepal. He was accompanied with Acharya Balkrishan

On his week-long visit he assured that all the profits made in Nepal will be invested back. He said that his investment would benefit the people of Nepal.

Nepal imports Patanjali Products worth 1 billion every year. Nepal has over hundreds of outlets that sell Patanjali products.

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The factory, initially established with a capital investment of about 1.5 billion, will have investment of about 5 billion in the future. The factory at Bara will initially produce about 55 products including organic medicine and other products and then gradually increase the production’s volume.

Swami Ramdev told PTI that the Patanjali Ayurvedic Udyog will use local raw materials and will create a healthy and prosperous Nepal.

Ramdev attended a meeting on Tuesday in Kathmandu with the Federation of Nepal Chamber of Commerce, various Nepali traders, industrialists and businessmen where he discussed his future endeavors regarding his Products in Nepal.

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He also shared many investment tips with the Business community of Nepal. He advised them to create a brand to sustain their business in the country.
Ramdev said he is going to invest billions of rupees in Nepal. He is going to generate employment to about 20,000 Nepalese youths by producing Ayurvedic products.

Ramdev will travel to some of the districts of Nepal so that he can explore business opportunities in the country. He will also meet with Prime Minister Dahal, some ministers and associates of the Nepali business community.

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According to PTI, Ramdev will conduct a five days yoga camp at Birgunj. Various office bearers have been invited to the camp. Other dignitaries that will be joining the camp are President Bidhya Devi Bhandari, Prime Minister Dahal, Congress leader Sher Bahadur Deuba, political leaders and members of the business community and some other ministers.

More than 10,000 yoga trainers have assembled from India and Nepal and are working hard since last month for organizing the camp

Prepared by Diksha Arya of NewsGram. Twitter: @diksha_arya53

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Forbes Rich List 2017: Acharya Balkrishna of Patanjali Named as 19th Richest Indian

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Acharya Balkrishna. Wikimedia

Oct 05, 2017: Patanjali Ayurveda’s Acharya Balkrishna, the partner of yoga acharya Ramdev, has bagged the nineteenth position this year in the Forbes magazine’s Annual India Rich List 2017 with total assets of $6.55 billion (Rs. 43,000 crores).

Reliance Industries Ltd. foreman Mukesh Ambani managed India’s wealthiest position for the tenth straight year as his total assets swelled to $38 billion (Rs. 2.5 trillion), while Anil Ambani was positioned much lower at the 45th place with $3.15 billion.

Sun Pharma’s Dilip Shanghvi moved down from his previous second place to the ninth.

Also Read: British-Indian Actor Kunal Nayyar Ranks Fourth on Forbes Magazines List of World’s Highest-Paid TV Actors 

Wipro’s Azim Premji held the second position with total assets of $19 billion, climbing two spots from a year ago.

The Hinduja brothers are at the third position with $18.4 billion, while Lakshmi Mittal is presently positioned fourth ($16.5 billion) and Pallonji Mistry fifth ($16 billion).

Forbes said the rundown was arranged utilizing shareholding and budgetary data secured from the families and people, stock trades, investigators and administrative offices.

 

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Baba Ramdev: Babri Case is not a matter of Land but Conscience

"This is not a matter of land or Ramjanmabhoomi and Masjid. This is a matter of conscience."

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Baba Ramdev said to the audience, "This is not a matter of land or Ramjanmabhoomi and Masjid. Wikimedia
  • Baba Ramdev recently spoke at World Peace and Harmony Conclave
  • The Patanjali founder called the Babri Case a matter of Conscience and not land 
  • Shia cleric Maulana Kalbe Sadiq also spoke at the event

August 14, 2017: Yoga guru and Patanjali founder Baba Ramdev spoke at the World Peace and Harmony Conclave on Sunday.

On the topic of the Babri dispute, Baba Ramdev sided with Maulana Kalbe Sadiq, a Shia cleric, that peace is the only way the matter needs to be resolved. The Shia cleric also spoke at the event.

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Baba Ramdev said to the audience, “This is not a matter of land or Ramjanmabhoomi and Masjid. This is a matter of conscience.” Maulana Kalbe Sadiq also promoted peace as a solution to the Babri dispute. He further said that if the Supreme court verdict is in favor of the temple, then Muslims should give up their claim on the disputed land, mentioned PTI report.

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Further, the cleric expressed full faith in the proceedings of the Supreme Court. ANI reports that the Maulana also said, “If Babri Masjid verdict is not in favor of Muslims, then they should peacefully accept it.”

He also said that giving away one thing that is close sends thousands in return, a remark which has received a lot of criticism.

On Friday, the Supreme Court began the cross-hearing in the Babri case. Maulana’s comments imply that Shia Waqf Board accepts having a mosque built at a distance from the disputed land.

– Prepared by Saksham Narula of NewsGram. Twitter: @Saksham2394

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Indian Companies Patanjali, Reliance Jio Among The Top 10 Influential Brands in India

Patanjali bagged the fourth position while and Mukesh Ambani’s controlled Reliance Jio has bagged the ninth position

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Bhai Sunder Panchal with Baba Ramde. Wikimedia

July 15, 2017: According to a study by the global research firm Ipsos, Yoga guru Baba Ramdev promoted Patanjali Ayurveda was featured among the top 10 most influential brand in India coupled with Samsung and new player Reliance Jio. Google tops the list followed by Microsoft and Facebook, ranked at number two and three respectively.

Patanjali bagged the fourth position while Mukesh Ambani’s controlled Reliance Jio has bagged the ninth position, as mentioned in the reports of the most influential brands by Ipsos. The entry of both the Indian firms is certainly grand as they did not appear in the previous editions of the study.

The Ipsos study evaluates over 100 brands across 21 countries and covered more than 1,000 Indians online to assess over 100 brands. The study also included 36,600 interviews.

The study included the biggest, most popular and highest spending brands.

Also Read: Patanjali targets will reach 1 Lakh Crore Production by 2020, says Yoga guru turned businessman Baba Ramdev 

 Ipsos Public Affairs and Loyalty Executive Director Parijat Chakraborty said, “The Most Influential Brands are larger than life. They enhance our lives, make it better. We connect with them emotionally and cannot imagine our lives without them — they are influential.”

State Bank of India (SBI) being the only financial institution that made the list, scaled up four ranks to take the fifth position.

E-commerce player Flipkart fell three steps below to take the tenth place whereas Amazon climbed several steps higher to take the sixth place, the study stated. Apart from that, Samsung was ranked 7th while Airtel took the 8th position in the list.

Interestingly, all brands that have featured in the list are those that consumer engages with on a daily basis, the study said as reported by PTI.

Brands like Snapdeal, Apple, Dettol, Cadbury, SONY, HDFC Bank, Maruti Suzuki, Good day and Amul bagged the place in the list from 11 to 20.

The brands were rated by the consumers on quality, experience and value. Other noteworthy factors include big marketing spend and consciously work towards increasing their brand equity.

-Prepared by Staff Writer at Newsgram.