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Piyush Mehra
New Delhi, August 21, 2018
According to a study published in 2017 by the New England Journal of Medicine, India has 14.4 million obese children - to put this in perspective this is greater than the population of ten Indian states.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, December 21, 2017
The reception ceremony was more of a traditional affair, and the entire place gave an impression of a glass-studded palace. The celebrity couple's wedding was the most-awaited event in the world of cricket and Bollywood.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, December 21, 2017
Kohli's brand value grew 56 per cent compared to last year, while Khan lost the top post for the first time, according to a report.


PTI
December 20, 2017



Virendrasingh Ghunawat
December 13, 2017
According to a Finapp report, an estimated net worth of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma is Rs 382 crore and Rs 220 crore respectively. The net worth of Virat includes match fees, IPL salary and income from brand endorsements.


Anwesha Madhukalya
New Delhi, December 11, 2017
Would super-brand Virushka yet again alter the changing landscape of advertising?


By Sonal Khetarpal
New Delhi, March 15, 2016
The beverage brand Pepsi has launched a 150-ml mini can to gear up for the summer season and boost sales of its carbonated drink.


Manasi Mithel and Dearton Thomas Hector
April 5, 2013
The rising stars in the world of endorsements are unable to match the appeal of the old favourites, forcing marketers to look beyond film stars and cricketers.


Suveen K Sinha
March 21, 2013
An eyewitness account of Sahara group chief Subrata Roy's granddaughter's annaprashan.


Suveen K. Sinha
March 26, 2013
In the endorsement game, M.S. Dhoni, helped by his friend Arun Pandey, has gone where no other Indian sportsperson dared to tread. They created India's most valuable sports celebrity. Along the way, they also changed the rules of the endorsement game.


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, August 24, 2012
The media reports had claimed that the BCCI had asked the Sahara group, the Indian cricket team's sponsor, to withdraw advertisements for its 'Q' Shops featuring top players in controversial shots.


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