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Nutraj launches ‘The Nut Lounge’ in Jammu

Nutraj, India’s leading nuts and dried fruit brand expanded its retail footprint by opening its second store ‘The Nut Lounge’ in the City of Temples at Channi Himmat.

The store was inaugurated by Ranjan Prakash Thakur, Principal Secretary Industries and Commerce, J&K. Anoo Malhotra, Director, Industries and Commerce, Jammu also graced the occasion with her presence.

Speaking on the occasion, Ranjan Prakash said ‘Team Nutraj’ deserves applauds for setting up such a speciality store aimed at bringing and making available the best of nuts, dried fruits, berries along with ‘Value Added Innovative Products’ to the people of Jammu, all under one roof.

Gagan Jain, Director of the company, having such store on his ‘home soil’ is an overwhelmingly emotional moment- making available the best of globally sourced products in the category to his very own people of Jammu, is for him a personal triumph of a long-held ambition.

Gunjan Jain, MD shared his company’s vision of having such multi-stores across the country with an aim to bring the best of healthy foods and snacks to the consumers, thus keeping the flag of ‘Swasthya Bharat Abhiyan’ flying.

The homegrown company VKC Nuts has deep roots of four generations since 1926 in its very own ‘City of Temples’. It made its first tiny step outside Jammu with a small one-room office in Delhi in 2009 has now come back to serve its people, enriched in experience, strength and with a hard-earned global recognition as India’s leading Nuts and Dried Fruit Company. Awards like one of India’s Leading Emerging SMEs and India’s Small Giants by MSME, Government of India, among others came along, as the company grew in stature and strength.

Today, the company’s flagship brand ‘Nutraj’ symbolizes quality and commitment setting a benchmark for the competition to emulate it continues to enjoy the patronage of its esteemed customers in all segments it caters to and they are growing in numbers every day across all geographies of the country.

The opening of Jammu Stores is a continuation of its commitment to expand its retail base in key cities with an aim to bring the best assortment of ‘Globally Sourced’ nuts and dried fruits to its patrons–all under one roof.

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Gold Price Down By 3,500. Check Latest Gold Rates

The gold rate today fell by a whopping Rs 3,500 per kg across the country. In India, the gold rate today was Rs 45,500 per 10 grams of 22-carat gold. In Delhi, the gold rate was Rs 45,150. While the gold rate in Mumbai was Rs 45,150, the same as the gold rate in Delhi, according to goodreturns’ website.

Check Latest Gold Rates In Your City Here On January 29, 2022

The following prices may not match the local prices because these do not include GST, TCS and other taxes. These are the prices per 10 grams of 22-carat of gold in various cities across the country. The rates have been taken from

  • Gold rate in Chennai: ₹45,490
  • Gold rate in Mumbai: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Delhi: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Kolkata: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Bangalore: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Hyderabad: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Kerala: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Pune: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Vadodara: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Ahmedabad: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Jaipur: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Lucknow: ₹46,100
  • Gold rate in Coimbatore: ₹45,490
  • Gold rate in Madurai: ₹45,490
  • Gold rate in Vijayawada: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Patna: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Nagpur: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Chandigarh: ₹46,100
  • Gold rate in Surat: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Bhubaneswar: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Mangalore: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Visakhapatnam: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Nashik: ₹45,150
  • Gold rate in Mysore: ₹45,150
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Google to invest up to $1 billion in a partnership with Airtel

Bharti Airtel and Google, on Friday, January 28, 2022, said that they would partner on a long-term, multi-year agreement to accelerate the growth of India’s digital ecosystem, under which Google intends to invest up to USD 1 billion.

The amount is part of the USD 10 billion ‘Google for India Digitization Fund’, which was announced by the CEO of Google and Alphabet Sundar Pichai in 2020, and will include equity investment as well as a corpus for potential commercial agreements, to be identified and agreed on mutually agreeable terms over the next five years, the companies said in a statement.

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“Together, they will work to bring best-in-class end-to-end products to serve customer needs, provide quality customer experience, and bring their expertise to solve problems of affordability, access, and digital inclusion,” they added.

The deal includes an investment of USD 700 million to acquire 1.28% ownership in Airtel and up to USD 300M toward potential multi-year commercial agreements. The partnership will focus on enabling affordable access to smartphones across price ranges and will continue to explore building on their existing partnerships to potentially co-create India-specific network domain use cases for 5G and other standards and help accelerate the cloud ecosystem for businesses across India.

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Smartphone sales in India grow by 12% in 2021: Report

The smartphone market in India achieved a record 162 million shipments in 2021, growing 12 per cent in 2020, a new report revealed.

After a tough start to the year, due to the second wave of Covid-19, India recovered strongly in the second half, reports market research firm Canalys.

“Thanks to the vaccination rollout, market reopening and pent-up demand, smartphone shipments reached all-time highs for the full year. Growth is expected to continue in 2022, driven by both replacement demand and new customers migrating to smartphones,” Sanyam Chaurasia, Analyst Canalys said in a statement.

Following a strong comeback in Q3, smartphone vendors shipped 44.5 million devices in Q4 for 2 per cent growth, despite a challenging supply chain.

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Xiaomi was the leader, shipping 9.3 million units and maintaining its 21 per cent market share. Samsung came second with 8.5 million units for a 19 per cent share.

For the first time, realme climbed to third place in India, with a 49 per cent year-on-year increase in volume that reached 7.6 million shipments. The fourth and fifth places were taken by Vivo and OPPO, with 5.6 million and 4.9 million units.

“Overall, India will see upward momentum towards future-proof technologies, with smartphones being at the core of the digital ecosystem and growing ever-more essential to the daily lives of Indian citizens,” Chaurasia added.

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