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FMCG major Nestle India has strengthened the range of its popular instant noodles Maggi by introducing four new regional flavours. The new range consists of four new flavours - Amritsari Achari, Mumbaiya Chatak, Super Chennai and Bengali Jhaal, which have herbs and spices used in various regional cuisines, Nestle India said in a statement. Priced at Rs 240 for a box of three units each of all four flavours, it would be available exclusively at PayTM Mall, it added. Commenting on the development, Nestle India GM Foods Maarten Geraets said: "We are happy to introduce this new range and are confident that it will be appreciated by our loyal customers, who expect nothing but the best from Nestle India." * * * * * * Den Networks partners with Visiware, launches Playin'TV * Den Networks, one of the largest cable TV service providers, has launched Playin'TV, an interactive gaming service in partnership with French firm Visiware International. The company is offering these games to its subscribers free till May 31 and after that it will be subscription based. Moreover, launch of Playin'TV on DEN Boomband, its broadband service is to follow soon. * * * * * * Impact Guru ties up with GlobalGiving * Online crowdfunding platform Impact Guru has tied up with non-profit crowdfunding platform, GlobalGiving enabling Indian NGO's to offer tax benefits to international donors in the US and the UK. This partnership will enable vetted Indian NGOs and social enterprises raising money on www.
Impactguru. Com to offer tax benefits to international donors in the US and the UK, particularly NRIs, People of Indian Origin, when they donate towards social causes using GlobalGiving's technology on the Impact Guru platform, Impact Guru said in a statement. Commenting on the partnership, Impact Guru co-founder and CEO Piyush Jain said: "Impact Guru is thrilled to be partnering with GlobalGiving to address these gaps, thereby making us the platform of choice for crowdfunding by Indians globally.
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