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Local air travel in India is likely to crash from 14 crore domestic passengers in 2019-20 to around 8-9 crore in the next financial year, says a recent report. A coordinated government and industry action is needed if the catastrophe is to be avoided.

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With over 70% of the world’s fleet of 24,000 active commercial aircraft in mothballs, it is going to be a heartbreakingly costly effort to get them back in the air. Worse, each passing day only piles on more pressure and makes grounded aircraft less airworthy.

On this bleak canvas painting any scenario is predicated to the passenger mind-set and the thorough brainwashing these past few weeks that has been globally given to the potential flier that getting on a plane is not safe for Covid-19. While at-
tractive ticket costs and piled on privileges might ginger up some enthusiasm, it is not going to be easy.

In the interim as the industry trims its overheads, aircraft and carriers alike are inclined to lie down. It is a fact that half the world’s airlines in most regions only
have two to three months of cash to cover their operations. According to IATA bankruptcy has a hideous grin of anticipation writ large on its face. Granted, there is a wide variation in the fiscal strength of carriers.

The best airlines generate more profits and have stronger balance sheets than they did in the crisis of 2008, but by the same token the rest are the financial walking wounded and pull the industry back. We speak of a coordinated government and industry action that is needed — and needed now — if the catastrophe is to be avoided or at least softened in its impact. Surviving is not enough. Compromising service and safety and cutting corners are all potential recipes for disaster.

Just saying that the ATM (Air Transport Management) community needs to work together to strategies how the airline industry will restart again is also not enough. While it cannot take government fiscal injections for granted, seeking soft loans will be on the cards. Private equity will also have to be considered. It is a cruel fact but downsizing fleet and staff and even airports and assets will be necessary. There is also an official attitude issue.

Each time there is a new government recommendation it is to discourage flying. Demand is drying up in ways that are completely unprecedented. Normality is not yet on the horizon. And even when the ban is lifted there could be new protocols that could make ticketing prohibitively expensive — paramount among them the safe distancing dictate that could make the load factor a parody.

The magnitude of the unfolding trauma for India’s airlines is far too severe to ignore. The “Covid-19 & the State of the Indian Aviation Industry” report, released by Capa India recently, reveals that local air travel in the country will likely crash from 14 crore domestic passengers in 2019-20 to around 8-9 crore in the next financial year (2020-21). A not so generous calculation would see the need for $2.6 billion just to jumpstart the industry in India. At least 200 of the 670-odd aircraft in the Indian commercial skies will be technically axed as schedules are truncated.

The Capa India report had some more dire predictions to make and it is necessary to confront them rather than wish them away. The most significant ones among them include:
(A) The Indian aviation sector is likely to shrink significantly, even if some of the vulnerable airlines manage to survive. The trick lies in knowing if Indian aviation has any sugar daddies who will invest in the sector knowing profit is a long time coming. An absence of liquidity is a major issue.

Ironically, IATA chief economist Brian Pierce made a projection that now sounds like a travesty: Moreover, as the world’s largest democracy with a population of more than 1.3 billion citizens, India’s potential for further growth and industry development is very clear. Indeed, we expect air passenger numbers to, from and within India, increase by 3.3-times over the next 20 years, to more than 500 million passenger journeys per year.

This significant expansion is expected to be underpinned by a trebling in the proportion of middle-class households and further increases in time-saving options for air passengers. This highlights the important role aviation can play in connecting the country — both internally and with the rest of the world.

This strong growth outlook for air passenger demand will see India overtake Germany, Japan, Spain, and the UK within the next 10 years to become the world’s third-largest air passenger market. These are exciting times for the air transport industry in India. With international traffic expected to fall from approximately 70 million in FY 2020 to 35-40 million in FY 2021, and possibly lower depending on several factors, India will lose at least 30% of its 160 million passengers, if not more.

Capa India has cautiously added that these were only initial estimates and that these would be revised as the situation becomes clearer. Consumer sentiment jolted by the virus outbreak, government curbs on air travel, and uncertainty over when they would be relaxed will severely hit airlines and allied industries. Domestic air passenger traffic is expected to drop from an estimated 140 million in FY20 to around 80-90 million in FY21.

International traffic is expected to almost halve from around 70 million in FY20 to 35-40 million in FY21, Capa India said in the report. “Indian carriers will require a domestic fleet of around 300- 325 aircraft from October 2020 onwards, and an international fleet of 100-125 aircraft,” the report said. So much for the double-digit growth.

Bigger players like Vistara, SpiceJet, Air India, GoAir, and IndiGo are staring at deteriorating balance sheets. As per the recent report by the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the Covid-19 crisis is expected to impact over
29 lakh (2,932,900 to be precise) jobs in India’s aviation sector.

That is a very large chunk of talent, expertise, and experience and will call for multi-tasking, something no airline likes to engage in. The negative impact if the ban is lifted in June on airlines’ revenue would be $11.221 billion and that is not small change. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released its latest forecast.

It predicts that half of all airline business will disappear this year, with full-year passenger revenues falling 55 per cent compared with 2019, with traffic falling 48 per cent. CEO Alexandre de Juniac summed it up as “catastrophic”.
Emphasising the effect on the wider economy, de Juniac said: “If airlines lose one job, another 24 disappear somewhere in the value chain. That was behind our analysis last week when we said that some 25 million jobs are at risk”.

India won’t allow commercial flights to operate until it is confident that the coronavirus outbreak is under control, Union Aviation Minister Hardeep Puri said recently. The country’s cash-strapped airlines can only stand and wait
to serve.

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I Always Wanted to Create a Solid Portfolio of Brands: Assiduus Global Founder Dr Somdutta Singh

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Mumbai (Maharashtra)[India], January 23 (ANI/NewsVoir): Before she had founded her 3rd venture, her current E-commerce company, Dr Som had known one thing and that was to get started with proprietary brands, experiment with them, scale and expand them across marketplaces and only then take on client brands. A lot of pertinent questions were raised. When she had the know-how and the expertise to successfully scale a larger brand, why did she want to begin with in-house labels? What would be her pricing strategy to battle the big names? How would she be liable for stock inventory, what would be her strategy to avoid getting stuck? How will she ensure ingredient quality?
With this in mind, let’s first define what a private label brand is.
Shopify defines Private Label products as those “manufactured by a contract or third-party manufacturer and sold under a retailer’s brand name”. But there is a lot more to these words than what meets the eye. The process of creating a private label brand is demanding and extensive.
* First the R&D team performs comprehensive market research, understanding market viability and the potential of the product in mind.
* Then precise customer demands are comprehended and valuated. The process which includes customer profile analysis and understudying demographical needs.
* According to the gaps present in the market as studied, formulas are then created to be built into products.
Now, manufacturing private label brands are either conducted in-house if one has the capacity or is outsourced to a third-party manufacturer. Starting from patent, trademarks, clinical trials that raises the overall quality and level of IP, all aspects of building a private label lays in the hands of the owner.
Dr Somdutta Singh – Founder and CEO – Assiduus Global, said, “I always wanted to create a solid portfolio of brands that would create a recall value for her products/company name in the market and a status for her name in the E-commerce landscape. Her team uses the process of netnography wherein they conquer digital footprints, quantify social interaction or digital communication to attain valuable insights, analyze demand and develop products consequently.”
All of Dr Somdutta’s launches are based on what she likes to call DBL – Data Based Launches. As the name suggests, they do not build products just because there isn’t one of the same attributes in the market. They only build products that customers are in need of. Be it their nutraceutical, inner wear or skin food related range of products, they have only manufactured products that consumers are in quest of. Various studies have time and again proven that data backed launches are 70% more successful than products that have been produced based on regular primary research. The latter has no validation of footprint or consumption to back the product launch.
Dr. Som’s technique and market approach is also very unique. They follow the ACT technique which is Action, Consumer and Time – only act when the time is ripe for bringing a product into the market according to consumer demand. This gives them a massive competitive advantage over others and saves them valuable resources such as time, cash and manpower.
Of course, private label brands are not risk averse, but for Dr Som going the private label way is probably one of the best ways to build a sustainable long-term business especially when it comes to the E-commerce battlefield and in the current Industry 5.0 era of hyper personalization.
Here’s something interesting. 1/5th of all grocery sales in America are today sold under the retailers’ name. In Canada, private labels account for 1/4th of total sales across channels and business verticals. In Europe, this number is much higher. Now, you see how powerful private label brands are, often being quoted by brand manufacturers as their ‘enemies’!
Just a decade ago, there was a discrete disparity between private label brands and national branded products when it came to quality and attributes. Today, that gap has reduced dramatically; the quality of private-label products is superior than ever before, there are numerous product categories to choose from, their attributes are becoming increasingly reliable and products are getting progressively innovative with a strong focus on staying modern and beneficial.
As consumer demands are rapidly snowballing, especially in the face of a global pandemic and mall visits have diminished considerably, retailers are tapping into the private label market implementing it as a significant strategy to set their brand apart and shape customer devotion in a market that is cluttered and saturated.
Private label players have a mountain of data available with them to understand what customers demand and therefore deliver precisely that. That’s what Netflix did, didn’t it? Over just the last few years, the OTT platform has moved beyond its traditional role as a mere delivery agent and essentially started creating its private content that is both refreshing and innovative, much in the same way what private labels are undertaking.
In this context, when larger brands and Fortune 500 companies came across Dr. Som’s brand/company name and realized how she has been able to scale my own brands across geographies, they came onboard with a certain level of faith in her and her expertise.
With a private label, she has absolute jurisdiction over her business and products, can control prices and standing in the market. She is building a brand that is unique, a trait which caters to the current market segments, millennials and Gen Z and their desire for exclusiveness, decisive from a strong customer retention and allegiance standpoint.
Let’s get one thing straight, customers are faithful towards brands, not products.
Here are Dr Som’s final thoughts…
Dr Som cannot keep overstressing the value of a strong private label brand in the market. Private label brands are no more meagre counterfeits of their national counterparts. One thing is certain, this private label explosion is not short-lived and despite the COVID-19 crisis dwindling, consumers will not forsake private brands for national brands. Conversely, private label players need to safeguard they stick to their current momentum and keep upping the ante.
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Elpro International School explores the Borderless World of Opportunities with Pangea – The Global Village

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Pune (Maharashtra) [India], January 23 (ANI/NewsVoir): Innovation and education go hand in hand at Elpro International School, Pune. Inspired by the concept of the single supercontinent Pangea, from which all continents have emerged, EIS is thrilled to launch this unique online conference ‘Pangea’, which aims to further international collaboration and camaraderie amongst learners and educators across the globe.
At a time when the world has faced months of lockdown at length, EIS in collaboration with SkillSphere Education and Wapping High School, UK, has strived to bring students from different countries together on a single platform for ideation, collaboration and enlightenment.
Pangea, as a global village, is designed to be a true melting pot of cultures, which will be driven by the theme of ‘Compassion and Collaboration’. The two-day conference scheduled for the 29th and the 30th of January, 2021 shall witness the participation of student contingents belonging to 12 schools from different parts of Asia, Europe and South America.
It will serve as an excellent platform for sharing and learning each other’s cultures through panel discussions, group discussions, case studies, story writing, art exhibition, singing and world quiz. The conference further seeks to highlight global affairs that involve pandemics, economic downturns and political hostilities.
EIS has had the Curtain Raiser for Pangea on the 16th of January, 2021 with the support of wonderful dignitaries from the educational world. The representatives from EIS; Wapping High School, UK; Abu Dhabi Indian School; GEMS Modern Academy, Dubai; Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir and Institute of Education Diversity and Accomplishments, Brazil, Kunskappskolan, Sweden (the participating schools) graced the Curtain Raiser event for Pangea.
It witnessed Lord David Evans, a British publisher, entrepreneur and philanthropist as the Chief Guest of the event. Apart from being an advisor to EIS, he is a member of the House of Lords as well as an internationally acclaimed businessman with more than 50 years of experience in the print and media industries.
Lord David Evans shared his profound insights on a range of topics like innovative changes over the years, vaccination, pandemic, climate control, the Brexit deal, online education, artificial intelligence and the rise of the new world which is on the way. He appreciated the concept of Pangea and called it “an excellent name for a global village”.
He perceives the event as a great opportunity to develop relations between different schools and communities so as to enable a broader view of the world amongst the students today. Lord David took the occasion to declare the event Pangea – The Global Village open.
Director-Principal of the host school EIS, Dr Amrita Vohra also shared her excitement with the audience to be a part of the initiative of Pangea.
“Pangea is a platform that looks forward to the event which will allow students and educators across political and geographical boundaries to experience collaboration with a feeling of compassion for each other,” she said.
“Pangea brings with it an opportunity to open a dialogue for conversations that matter, to connect and to approach current affairs with positive attitude and growth mindset,” she added.
Gary Nelson, the Head Teacher from Wapping High School strongly appreciated Lord David’s support to the conference. “I don’t want to talk about the ‘I’ anymore in terms of the UK, I want ‘We’ and I want that international ‘we’ across the whole planet and this is the start of all things really exciting,” said Nelson, emphasizing his passion for connection.
“Pangea is a concept that we are extremely excited about. Not only does it maximize on the prospects provided by the growth of online education globally, but also ensures that students build on concepts like compassion, collaboration and togetherness through engaging activities and talks. It offers with an opportunity to create a global ecosystems of school leaders, educators and students ably guided by the views of world leaders like Baron Evans of Watford, Patricia Scott of the Commonwealth among many others. We couldn’t be more delighted to be co-organizing the conference,” said Anansh Prasad, Founder and MD – SkillSphere Education.
In a dystopian world of pandemic, lockdown and economic breakdown, Pangea- A Global Village sums up the feeling of interconnectedness that the world thrives upon.
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Dr. Biswaroop launches book based on ‘Modern Slavery-Truth Never Told’

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New Delhi [India], January 23 (ANI/NewsVoir): Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, Ph.D. in Diabetes, is known for the revolutionary ‘DIP diet’ held the press conference to launch his new book titled “1 Question that can save your life” on 23rd January 2021 at LTG Auditorium, New Delhi.
During the conference, he also shared his latest Research paper published in the “Journal of Science of Healing Outcomes” in January 2021, Vol. 13 issue 50.
He briefed the media about the research paper that it is the first time in the history of the medical science, a Diabetes Type 1 patient after being on insulin (60 Units per day on an average) for over 7 years, could reverse the medical condition and be completely free of the dependency on insulin just through dietary modification what he calls as, the DIP diet.
The clinical trial on the DIP diet is also conducted by the All-India Institute of Ayurveda, New Delhi on the spondylosis patients and reported a positive benefit in the patients in terms of reduction in pain.
He released the book with the claim, “After you finish this book, a NO will be your most probable reply to doctors, who invariably offer you chemotherapy, radiotherapy, surgery, vaccination and the so-called life saving, drugs to prevent, control or cure any of your diagnosed medical conditions.”
He further asserts in his book that before starting any treatment, ask your doctor the most important question ‘What is the evidence, that by taking this treatment, I will be able to increase my life span or improve the quality of my life in comparison to not undergoing any treatment’? Your doctor may feel uncomfortable in answering this question.
“Modern medicine, is it evidence-based? Whether it is cancer, heart disease, diabetes or even annual general preventive health checkups, the evidence says, going for intervention causes more harm than not undergoing any treatment,” said Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, Ph.D, on the launch of the book.
Dr Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury, Ph.D. in Diabetes, is known for the revolutionary ‘DIP diet’. He has authored 25 books and runs centers in Switzerland, Malaysia, Vietnam, and India. Currently serving as an honorary board member of Shridhar University, India, Dr Chowdhury also runs training programs on medical nutrition and emergency life support for Lincoln University College, Malaysia.
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Cold chain startup Inficold raises USD 900,000 from RVCF and other investors

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New Delhi [India], January 23 (ANI/NewsVoir): Inficold, a Noida – based startup supported by Shell Foundation, an independent UK registered charity, that provides cold storage solutions has raised USD 900,000 (Rs 6.5 crore approximately) in a funding round from RVCF and other undisclosed high net worth individuals as a part of their Pre Series A fund closure.
The funds raised will be utilized to expand the overall manufacturing, sales and servicing capabilities by the company.
Founded in 2015, Inficold has developed a retrofittable thermal energy storage technology for storing cooling in a low-cost medium such as water to ice. The technology is designed to use solar electric energy to make ice, and later use it for cooling purposes.
Inficold’s products enable the application of thermal storage for virtually any cooling needs, be it milk, cold storage, air conditioning and vaccine refrigeration, without making any major modifications to existing cooling hardware.
The current product portfolio consists of modular cold storage, instant milk coolers and bulk milk coolers. It provides round the clock cooling with just 7 hours of grid/solar power. The modular cold storage units store 5-100 MT of farm produce in 4-16 C temperature range, whereas milk coolers cool 200-10,000 L of milk on a daily basis.
The company future vision is to permeate in dairy, horticulture, poultry, meat, cold logistics and air conditioning segments across India. The primary challenges addressed by Inficold are grid dependency, diesel and unreliable electric batteries which make cold chain cost prohibitive for developing countries. Shell Foundation has supported the company for last 4 years in various product development activities.
The company has installations in more than 17 states of India with a strong presence in North Eastern states including Assam, Meghalaya, and Tripura. Inficold is aggressively ramping up its production capacity by over 10 times. The increased capacity will allow the company to cater to the demand with minimized lead time for the customer.
Inficold’s in house R&D centre is also developing other sustainable cooling solutions in air conditioning space. The company is partnering with multiple channel partners to strengthen the local presence in sales, marketing, and installation. The company has also started leveraging international market and has few installations in African subcontinent.
The company expects sales of over 1000 units in the next 2 years with a focus towards providing sustainable cooling solutions for farm level cooling in agriculture segment.
”We are delighted to receive funding from RVCF and other investors. We had started Inficold with the mission to utilise the immense potential of cold chain solutions to increase the output of Indian agriculture. Over the last year, the accelerated growth that we have seen is clear evidence of the viability of our business model. RVCF also believes in the potential of cold chain solutions to transform Indian agriculture. We are thankful for their support,” said Dr Nitin Goel, Co-founder and CEO, Inficold, sharing his thoughts on the latest funding raised by Inficold from RVCF and other investors.
“Inficold is focusing on energy-efficient cold chain solutions across India and other markets and has developed innovative products catering to persistent problem of food wastage and distressed sales. We are excited to collaborate with Nitin and Himanshu in their journey,” said Gaurav Chowdhry, Vice President at RVCF, on supporting Inficold.
Founded in 2015 by Himanshu Pokharna and Nitin Goel, Inficold is a technology leader in sustainable and efficient cooling solutions through their thermal energy storage and off-grid solar integration for cooling. Inficold has developed a retrofittable thermal energy storage technology for storing cooling in a low-cost medium such as water to ice.
The technology is designed to use solar electric energy to make ice, and later use it for cooling purposes. Inficold’s products enable the application of thermal storage for virtually any cooling needs, be it milk, cold storage, air conditioning and vaccine refrigeration, without making any major modifications to existing cooling hardware. The current product portfolio consists of modular cold storage, instant milk coolers and bulk milk coolers. It provides round the clock cooling with just 7 hours of grid/solar power.
The modular cold storage units store 5-100 MT of farm produce in 4-16C temperature range, whereas milk coolers cool 200-10,000 L of milk on a daily basis. The company has installations in more than 17 states of India with a strong presence in North Eastern states of India, including Assam, Meghalaya, and Tripura. The company was a recipient of National Technology Award in Startup Category, 2019.
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Man of export organizes a Grand 3D Event ‘Global Buyer Seller Meet’

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Surat (Gujarat) [India], January 23 (ANI/PNN): With an aim to tap the export potential of India, Bhagirath Goswami, founder of Being Exporter has been causing abundant exports and creating exporters in the country. Due to his passion and dedication in the field of exports, he has been named as the ‘Man of Exports’ by many entrepreneurs.
In order to promote Indian exports, Bhagirath helps people from all walks of life to export their consignments. Towards this cause, he organises many global events and exhibitions. This time Bhagirath is coming with a unique kind of initiative for the exporters. With the belief that ‘export is easy,’ the Man of Exports is introducing one of the biggest and the largest 3D exhibitions happening in India. ‘Global Buyer Seller Meet, ‘ is one of the most exclusive trade shows with a buyers presence from across 100+ countries. This is a virtual event happening on 29, 30 and 31 January 2021.
It will be a unique first of its kind exhibition where buyers from across the world can meet sellers of different commodities on a single online platform. The exhibition covers various commodities like agricultural products, textiles, chemicals, furniture, food, machinery, jewellery, kitchen appliances and much more. The whole idea behind the ‘Global Buyer Seller Meet is to connect buyers from different countries to sellers who have been in their business since long. The exhibition will also give buyers access to information like products, websites, presentation, chatting options and also direct video calling. The interesting part about this exhibition is that there are going to be many seminars, panel discussions and other events scheduled to run alongside the stalls. They also have an entertainment zone with live band performances and artistic shows.
Bhagirath Goswami has set a benchmark in the Indian export landscape. Starting his journey from a 21-year-old farmer who was naive about how to export his produce to founding a well-established organisation, Mr Bhagirath has come a long way. His company ‘Being Exporter’ guides small-scale entrepreneurs and inexperienced exporters on how to send their consignments and make the most of the exhibitions and events. The team of Being Exporter also assists them in communication, marketing their goods, creating leads, and turning leads into sales on the global market. With a goal to empower other exporters, Being Exporter organises worldwide conferences, webinars, and events.
If you are interested to explore the international market, then you can do so by simply booking your stall in the exhibition. As a seller, this will be the best opportunity for you to showcase your products, and meet thousands of buyers coming from different countries around the world. This will in turn generate leads and increase your exports and take your business to the next level.
Come be a part of the Global Buyer Seller Meet. Your chance to meet, network and explore the export market. This international exhibition is a once in a lifetime opportunity you cannot miss.
For More Information : www.globalbuyersellermeet.com
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Get ready to chill this long weekend at Phoenix Marketcity, Pune

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Pune (Maharashtra) [India], January 23 (ANI/NewsVoir): The much awaited long -weekender is almost here starting from January 23rd, which gives you ample amount of time to unwind and enjoy the best leisure and entertainment activities at Phoenix Marketcity, Pune.
One of the highlights is the ‘The Art Harvest’ – an assortment of fine cultural performances to pep up the weekend. With zest and patriotism mood Phoenix Marketcity, Pune is all ready for the Republic Day celebration, where you can enjoy the plump tunes of the Santoorist and the mellifluous fiddling by the Violinist on the best artsy music.
The mall is geared in full swing to ensure you have a wholesome time at, PVR, Funcity and Happy Planet which are now open.
The Haute Sale progresses into the last leg with up to 60 per cent off on 300 plus brands across the mall. Also, to keep things exciting, top shopper from the Electronics, Jewellery and Home Brands, customers can win prices worth up to Rs 50k. The perks don’t just end there, assured rewards on shopping Rs 5k and above from brands across the mall.
This long weekend also gives an opportunity to spend quality time with you friends and family. To ensure this, Phoenix Marketcity is offering special discounts on various beverages and specially curated mocktails available at all restaurants from 12 to 10 pm, this will not only quench your thirst but also lift up your mood and get indulged in an array of FnB options with 40 plus food court and fine-dine options.
So Punekars get ready for happy hour sessions with your dear ones and loosen up a bit to enjoy this long week at Phoenix Marketcity, Pune.
This Republic Day, Phoenix Marketcity Pune vows to ensure you experience #TheGoodLife.
Date: January 22nd to January 26th, 2021.
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The big weekend chill is here. Get rewarded on your shopping, savour your favourite sips and bites or get into the spirit of oneness with classical performances at Phoenix Marketcity, Pune and make the most of your weekend. See you there, Pune!
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