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New Delhi [India], February 16 (ANI/ThePRTree): Standing out amongst the crowd and having a demeanour that one gets inspired from is what the brand impresario of Kohli Engineers, Randeep Singh Kohli looks upon. Randeep Singh Kohli is a quite renowned name among the people of his industry for his self-independent lifestyle and his mantras of success. ‘Chetak screws’, manufactured by S L Mittal Steels Pvt Ltd, one of the most in-demand products in the construction industry and Kohli Engineers ensure its distribution to each and every corner of India.
Kohli Engineers is a venture taken up by the Kohli family based out of Amritsar which has now been running for two good decades. They have been a prominent part of India’s construction company and work on manufacturing screws, nuts and bolts and shipping them worldwide. The company started by S. Mandip Singh Kohli was passed on to Randeep Singh Kohli in 2016 who can be seen continuing the family’s legacy with utmost grace and success. The firm is certified for its quality and superiority of its products by Quality Certification, London.
Kohli Engineers have achieved a consumer base more than all its competitors combined. And, it is all a result of the importance that they give to customer feedback and making it their prime task to bestow the satisfaction their clients look forward to. They strive to ensure that their brand ‘Chetak’ reaches all corners of the country. Never compromising with quality, Kohli Engineers endeavour to take ‘Chetak’ across the borders sometime soon.
Born and brought up in the divine city of Amritsar, Randeep Singh Kohli is the grandson of former Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh. The 27-year-old started his journey at a very tender age inspired by the magnificent faces around him. Being nourished with humanity and social service ever since the beginning, he started his own NGO, Barkat Welfare Society, at the age of 19. He envisions to make people understand the importance of being happy and making it a life that bodes well for them. According to Randeep, “The purpose of life is to be useful, honourable and compassionate so that years from now when you look back…you know that you have made this life worth remembering.”
Apart from his mindful contributions doing the social service, Randeep Singh Kohli is also the Director of ‘World Book of Records, Australia ‘, one of the most renowned organizations with a global network in the International Certification of World Records. The firm believes in recognizing and praising the record makers for their stupendous contributions in serving mankind and widespread harmony. Alongside, he has also started a newspaper, Amritsar Bulletin, which could be subscribed across India, Australia, Canada and England. The paper is well known on all social media platforms and provides paramount information about the Amritsar city across the globe.
Apart from his work life, Randeep is an admirable orator and has given speeches on platforms like TedEx motivating the youth to achieve what they dream of and making them realise that ‘success doesn’t come easy and privilege doesn’t always support’. He had also been the chief guest on platforms like Josh Talks and MS Talks. He is also awarded the degree of “Doctorate of philosophy” in humanity by the University of “ITMUT “in Brazil.
The only heritage he received was the never-ending passion to contribute his part in the welfare of the society and the immense support of his family in letting him experiment on his paths to success.
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Cloud Kitchen startup ‘Kouzina’ celebrates 7 years with all-India expansion

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Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], March 3 (ANI/NewsVoir): Kouzina has grown from a single brand single kitchen in December 2013 to more than 40 multi-brand cloud kitchens across 7 cities in the country today, the company has seen consistent growth.
The Bangalore-based company offers a digitally powered platform that delivers quality food from a network of hyperlocal cloud kitchens. WarmOven is one of the company’s leading brands that specializes in cakes and desserts, having pioneered this category online.
The brand has become a leader in the cakes and dessert space by focussing its product innovation solely based on customer need. “Having pioneered the cakes and desserts category online, we ensure that our customers get the best delivery experience in this category by investing in all aspects of the experience from freshly baked cakes to exceptional packaging.
We constantly listen to what the customer has to tell us and implement the changes that are required so that we can delight every single customer. We aim to be a dessert and bakery brand that customers trust for every occasion,” says Radhakrishna, Brand Manager of WarmOven.
WarmOven has something to offer everyone – a range of unique products that encourage customers to make every moment worth celebrating with a cake. Their latest Mini Cakes of 250 grams have become a trend for smaller celebrations.
Surprise cakes, smash cakes, half cakes and a range of premium Entremets create ‘wow’ moments for customers. The brand also promotes unique celebratory concepts like ‘Do not Blow Candles’ that aims at educating customers about celebrating responsibly.
Products co-created with other FMCG players offer customers the same great WarmOven cake with a blend of flavour and texture of other loved products. Collaborations with other such partners help the brand create unique products while increasing its reach to a wider market.
Kouzina also caters to fast food and snacking through Indiana Burgers and KaatiZone that are co-located in the same kitchens.
Indiana Burgers is a nostalgic Bangalore brand from the 1980s that continues to deliver delicious juicy burgers across the country. The burgers range from simple ‘on-the-go’ burgers to Gourmet Meals and the popular Beast Burgers.
What started in Bangalore about 2 decades ago, with the aim of making street food healthier and hygienic, has now evolved as a much-loved and trusted fast-food brand across the country. KaatiZone has extended beyond Kaati rolls into Cheeserias, Healthy Wraps and the newly introduced sell-out, Rice Bowls.
“We are humbled to see our brands grow and to receive continuous love from customers. We aim to extend the Bangalorean experience to the rest of the country. We strongly believe that our burgers and rolls will speak for themselves,” says Kranthi Kumar, Brand Manager, Indiana Burgers & KaatiZone.
Founded by entrepreneurs with deep experience in the food delivery space, Kouzina announced funding round in June 2020 and is backed by leading entrepreneurs such as Jyoti Bansal, Anuj Srivastava, Harpreet Grover and others. The company plans to continue aggressive expansion into additional cities and is also exploring a technology-enabled franchising model for its expansion.
Founded by Gautam Balijepalli, Mahesh Madiyala, Sumit Gupta, and Rohankumar Rao in 2013, WarmOven is a delivery-based cakes and desserts brand that wholly operates online. Its cloud kitchen-based model is expected to display significant growth following the pandemic.
All Kouzina kitchens are FSSAI certified and maintain high hygiene standards. WarmOven and other brands are available on delivery platforms like Swiggy, Zomato, Dunzo, Paytm and Amazon or their website www.warmoven.in.
It has never been just about the food, there is an emotion attached to every food bag going out of the Kouzina kitchens.
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California Walnuts launches global marketing initiative with coordinated “Power of 3” events across the globe

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New Delhi [India], March 3 (ANI/NewsVoir): The California Walnut Commission announced today the second annual “Power of 3” global marketing campaign, which builds on the successful 2020 campaign. “Power of 3” will launch on March 3rd with a first-ever global event celebrated in the USA, Germany, India, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the Middle East to showcase how they like to get their daily handful of walnuts.
The Power of 3:
Launches March, the 3rd month of the year.
Emphasizes the rich essential plant-based omega-3 ALA content of walnuts (2.5 grams/28 grams).
Encourages a handful a day (28 grams) as a simple way to improve overall nutrition.
This campaign is a fun and engaging way to build on one of California walnuts’ core benefits as the only nut that is a rich source of plant-based omega-3 ALA (2.5 grams/28 grams). ALA is an essential nutrient needed by the human body that can only be provided through the diet and has been associated with benefits for heart health, brain health and healthy ageing.
28 grams serving of walnuts provides plant-based protein (4 grams), fibre (2 grams) and is a good source of magnesium. Walnuts are also a good source of vitamin B6 (0.2 mg/28 grams) and an excellent source of copper (0.45 mg/28 grams) and manganese (0.1 mg/28 grams) all of which contribute to the normal functioning of the immune system.
“There was tremendous excitement around the globe for the Power of 3 campaign last year and we are thrilled to bring it back on an even bigger scale in 2021,” shares Pamela Graviet, Senior Marketing Director, International, for the California Walnut Commission. “This campaign makes it simple for consumers to remember just how easily they can improve their overall diet with a handful of walnuts.”
The campaign will employ a variety of communications tools, including a video that is a core component of the campaign and will be used across all markets. Recipes, developed by influencers in each country, will be shared across the globe providing inspiration to consumers.
Other elements will vary by market including digital and social media, blog posts, sweepstakes, influencer programs, recipe tips and tricks, easy recipes, instore promotions, advertisements and more to generate awareness that a handful of California walnuts is a powerful addition to the diet.
The Science behind Plant-Based Omega-3 ALA
All omega-3s provide health benefits, so it’s important to get these good fats from a variety of sources. As the only nut significantly high in omega-3 ALA (2.5 grams/28 grams), one of the easiest ways to get more ALA into your diet is to start with walnuts.
ALA and Heart Health
A study from Advances in Nutrition found that ALA may help improve heart health just as we have seen in studies focused on EPA and DHA.[1] The literature review provided evidence showing the potentially beneficial role ALA may have in primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease, including stroke and heart attack.
According to a clinical trial published in The Journal of Nutrition, eating a diet rich in omega-3 ALA, from foods like walnuts, may help to lower the risk of heart disease through anti-inflammatory effects.[2] Given the current promising data, there is a need for well-controlled clinical trials to clarify the effects of ALA on risk for cardiovascular disease and to determine the recommended amount of ALA to consume for heart health benefits.
ALA and Brain Health
A review study from Progress in Lipid Research assessed the tissue levels of omega-3 DHA formed from ALA.[3] They reported several important findings. The first was that ALA leads to the synthesis of EPA in some cases, and in particular, may contribute to DHA levels in the brain. Evidence from a variety of studies suggests dietary ALA may be able to fulfil the human requirement for DHA in the body when higher levels of ALA (at least 1.2 grams) are consumed.
Assessing the synthesis of EPA and DHA from ALA in humans is limited to blood level measurements. The takeaway from this study is that through its conversion process, ALA may play a role in maintaining DHA levels in important issues such as the brain. More research is needed to fully understand the effect of this process on the body.
ALA and Healthy Aging
A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2020) looked at regular consumption of foods rich in marine or plant-based omega-3s and the risk of death among individuals who have suffered a heart attack.[4] In addition, research from one of the largest clinical trials looking at the benefits of a Mediterranean diet suggested older Spanish individuals (ages 55-80) with a high cardiac risk who supplemented a high fish diet with dietary ALA saw a reduced risk of all-cause mortality.[5] Specifically, study participants who consumed at least 0.7 per cent of their daily calorie intake from ALA had a 28 per cent reduced risk of all-cause mortality.
California Walnut Commission
The California Walnut Commission (CWC) was established in 1987 to represent the walnut growers and handlers of California and is funded by mandatory assessments of the growers. The Commission is an agency of the State of California that works in concurrence with the Secretary of the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and is mainly involved in health research on the consumption of walnuts and export market development activities.
Non-Discrimination Statement
The California Walnut Commission (CWC) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, colour, national origin, age, disability, sex, marital status, familial status, parental status, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, political beliefs, reprisal, or because all or part of an individual’s income is derived from any public assistance program (not all bases apply to all programs). Persons with limited English proficiency or disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, American Sign Language, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact the CWC offices at (916) 932-7070.
To file a complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, AD-3027, found online at www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html or write a letter with all information requested in the form and either send to USDA, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410, fax to (202) 690-7442, or email to program.intake@usda.gov. CWC is an equal opportunity employer and provider.
[1] Fleming JA, Kris-Etherton PM. The evidence for a-linolenic acid and cardiovascular disease benefits: comparisons with eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid. Adv Nutr. 2014;5(6):863S-76S. doi: 10.3945/an.114.005850.
[2] Zhao G, Etherton TD, Martin KR, West SG, Gillies PJ, Kris-Etherton PM. Dietary alpha-linolenic acid reduces inflammatory and lipid cardiovascular risk factors in hypercholesterolemic men and women. J Nutr. 2004; 134:2991-7. doi: 10.1093/jn/134.11.2991
[3] Barcelo-Coblijn G, Murphy EJ. Alpha-linolenic acid and its conversion to longer chain n3 fatty acids: Benefits for human health and a role in maintaining tissue n-3 fatty acid levels. Prog Lipid Res. 2009;48(6):355-74. doi: 10.1016/j.plipres.2009.07.002.
[4] Lazaro I, Rueda F, Cediel G, et al. Circulating Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Incident Adverse Events in Patients With Acute Myocardial Infarction. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2020 Oct, 76 (18) 2089-2097. doi:10.1016/j.jacc.2020.08.073.
[5] Sala-Vila A, Guasch-Ferre M, Hu FB, et al. Dietary a-linolenic acid, marine o-3 fatty acids, and mortality in a population with high fish consumption: findings from the PREvencion con DIeta MEDiterranea (PREDIMED) study. J Am Heart Assoc. 2016;5(1):e002543. doi: 10.1161/JAHA.
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Bajaj Electricals, Mahindra Logistics sign Rs 1,000 crore project for integrated logistics services

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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], March 3 (ANI): Bajaj Electricals Ltd (BEL) and Mahindra Logistics Ltd (MLL) on Wednesday signed a five-year, Rs 1,000 crore agreement for logistics optimisation and outsourcing arrangement.
The deal is an end-to-end redesign and outsourcing of BEL’s entire logistics by MLL with the twin objectives of achieving enhanced service levels coupled with a logistics cost saving in excess of 25 per cent.
“The total contract value of this one-of-its-kind deal in Indian logistics industry will be in excess of Rs 1,000 crore over the next five years, and is the outcome of a unique and collaborative solution,” both companies said in a statement.
MLL has developed for BEL a redesigned and consolidated logistics network with storage optimisation, transportation management and inventory movement through technology, best practices and automation.
At the heart of the network, there will be two mega-warehouses in New Delhi and Mumbai with latest technology, automation and skill-building enhanced by sustainable warehouse practices.
The network will further operate IT-enabled fulfilment centres from which BEL’s dealers, distributors, customers will have delivery lead times.
MLL will deploy long-haul fleets and local distribution trucks enabled by tracking technology and control tower operations. There will also be a transition towards sustainable logistics using electric delivery trucks from EDel by Mahindra Logistics.
For BEL, the project marks a significant transition towards leveraging logistics management as a competitive advantage. “We have been actively working towards various strategic initiatives to enhance value for our customers and other stakeholders,” said Executive Director Anuj Poddar.
“This collaboration with MLL is one such key initiative and I am confident that it will help transform our logistics, help us serve our customers efficiently, strengthen our competitiveness and also drive improved margins.”
Rampraveen Swaminathan, CEO and Managing Director of MLL, said: “Adapting our learnings from disparate industry verticals allowed us to create an innovative solution for the consumer durables and electronics business leveraging our reach, know-how and tech investments in equal parts.” (ANI)

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From HR to CEO – A workshop to become an employee happiness coach

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New Delhi [India], March 3 (ANI/Media Dekho): Work hard to find talent. Keep the fingers crossed until they join. Co-ordinate and do the On-boarding. Follow the latest HR trends. Struggle to keep up with the pace of change.
Learn the latest trends in Learning and Development. Sweat to get the performance management system working. Administer salary revisions. Work Hard on Employee ‘Engagement’. Tackle with ‘Engaged’ colleagues through policies, politics, confrontations and manipulative ‘recognitions’.
Constantly remind everyone that everyone is ‘family’ because everyone is not. Preach ‘Team Work’ to ‘family members’. Witness the people leaving ‘family’ for another 20 per cent. Work hard to find talent by paying 20 per cent higher.
If this feels familiar, one’s not alone. People have the majority of the industry giving one ‘company’.
Would one like to join the ‘minority’ who have risen above this familiar territory?
If yes, then they have some good news for them.
Ethika Worklife invites everyone to their one-of-its-kind 3-Hour Highly Engaging workshop, happening on the 6th of March from 10 am to 1 pm, where one’ll discover the Science behind Employee Happiness and Unleash its power to become CEO. The workshop is based on the success of the past attendees and the past personal experience of 6 years during which they have built two successful companies which run on ‘auto-pilot’ mode.
HERE’S WHAT ONE CAN LEARN
* The Science behind Workplace Happiness and how one can use it to kickstart a Culture of Workplace Happiness in their organization.
* Why Future CEOs will evolve from HR and how one can put themselves into the path of graduating from HR to CEO.
* How some organizations have increased the productivity of their employees by 700 per cent, just by turning them into happy employees.
* Why the No.1 performance indicator of an HR Leader in the future will be Employee Happiness?
* The Size of Employee Happiness Industry and ROI for creating a Happy Workplace. Why this is the best time for HR to become an Employee Happiness and Performance Coach.
* As a bonus, one will also see an increase in their Personal Happiness Index.
Valued at INR 9999. But FREE for a limited time. Only 20 spots were available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reserve the spot now by replying to this message with the Phone and Email id.
Additional Bonuses
Certificate of Participation.
eBook on Employee Benefits written by Susheel Agarwal, worth Rs1200
A Chance to become part of a like-minded HR community.
“Future CEO to evolve from HR. CEOs today want their HR to perform like CEO of an HR solutions company, enabling human capital solutions for their company”, People Matters. CEO, as well as the management, are more cautious about the HR programs and processes, and they rather want them to retrieve the money invested in the organization’s talent systems.
Therefore, HRs should have a point of view for the present and future course of action. The workshops like Ethika Worklife equips HRs with the required skills of creating happiness and a productive environment for the employees, contributing to the ROI of talent systems.
It’s a 12-week workshop that concentrates on various tools and strategies which can be implemented to kickstart the culture of happiness at the workplace. The certified program upskills one’s HR career to a CEO level and increases their personal happiness index too.
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founderINDIA announces second season of BusinessClass; to stream on Amazon FireTV

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New Delhi [India], March 3 (ANI/Media Dekho): OTT-business news channel founderINDIA has announced the launch of the second season of its famous business chat show – BusinessClass. The award-winning chat show will be once again hosted by renowned educationist and mentor, Shantanu Prakash.
Prakash, in conversation with startup founders and subject matter experts, will give viewers an unscripted peep into the culture of startups, discuss the biggest challenges faced by them, and offer advice from his extensive experience along with some of India’s most renowned investors.
“In the second season, Founder India wanted to not just showcase startups in general, but delve deeper into their business nuances and challenges. The underlying idea is to bring together expert minds to brainstorm on the pressing challenges of some of the most promising startups of 2021 and see how young entrepreneurs can turn them into opportunities instead. Shantanu Prakash, being one of those very few businessmen in India who started from scratch and made it big without riding the app wave or having a legacy business, was once again the perfect choice to host the show,” founderINDIA Editor Lovejeet Alexander said.
Says Prakash, “The experience of been there and done it all – IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, fundraising, exit, and a lot more all through the entrepreneurial journey plays an important role. It is exactly why entrepreneurs get comfortable on our show and find an instant connect. Also being able to understand the grassroots issues they deal with. Hence, our BusinessClass conversations hold no bar.”
According to founderINDIA, the launch pack of the first four episodes shows an interesting mix of startups from different genres.
The first four episodes of BusinessClass Season 2 will showcase the Cofounder of Inflection Point Ventures, Mitesh Shah as an expert with Vinayak Srivastava, Co-founder & CEO, Toch, Ankur Mittal, Cofounder of Inflection Point Ventures with Founder of Oga, Ashish Rawat, Vinay Bansal, Founder & CEO of Inflection Point ventures with Saurabh Agarwal, Co-founder & COO, Fitso and Pranav Pai, Founding Partner & Chief Investment Officer of 3One4 capital with Pravin Agarwala, Co-founder & CEO, Betterplace.
The new season of BusinessClass is now streaming on founderINDIA’s OTT channel on Amazon fireTV. New episodes will be added to the talk series regularly. While the new season is also available on YouTube and Facebook. The same will be streamed on several Podcast platforms including Spotify, Anchor and Google Podcasts.
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Meet advocate, activist Sadik Naduthodi, always ready for weaker section of society

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Malappuram (Kerela) [India], March 3 (ANI/PNN): Have you ever wondered how come a person becomes an activist or whom to call an activist? Sadik Naduthodi is not only an advocate but also an activist who is continuously contributing to work for the weaker section of the society.
There are many incidents and steps taken by Sadik Naduthodi, that make him a person living for humanity.
Naduthodi is prominent amongst people due to his approach towards pro bono cases for the poor and the marginalised and weaker section of the society. Born in the Malappuram district of Kerala in 1969, he had a keen interest in social works and activities since childhood. He became an advocate in 1994.
He has held many positions in different organizations and played a key role too. He was the secretary of Pattarkadavu Nehru Yuva Kendra, facilitating a lot of charity and welfare activities. Not only this, Naduthodi also served as the chief patron of art and culture organisation – “Kasava” and had a leadership role in organising ‘Thilakkam 2017″.
Currently, he is a social entrepreneur and mainly focuses on helping poor students with textbooks and school materials. He also sponsors and encourages youth by identifying their talent in the field of art and sports.
Earlier, Sadik was the president of the NCHRO- a human rights facilitation committee in Malappuram. He actively intervened for human rights issues in the state of Kerala and never stepped back from taking a stand for the marginalised sections of the society, always defending those who deserved justice.
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