Sahil Mehta

  • Celebrate World Sandwich Day with Subway

    Today is World Sandwich Day!

    To celebrate this day, Subway is presenting mouth-watering offer “Buy One sub, wrap or salad and Get One FREE”

    Image Credits: GQIndia

    Subway India has announced their fifty percent off offer on their social media pages. However, you’ll only be able to pair to similar products to avail of this offer. Which means if you’re ordering a sandwich at Subway, you’ll only be able to get another sandwich (and not a wrap or a salad).

    When Subway introduced its first outlet in Saket, New Delhi in 2001. It was introduced as an expensive upgrade to your roadside cheese and chutney toast that you craved for as a kid.

    As part of the larger global campaign to celebrate World Sandwich Day, for every order placed at each of the 600-plus Subway restaurants in India on World Sandwich Day, Subway will contribute a committed amount to the KSCF fund for the welfare of children. With a view to encouraging Subway customers to celebrate World Sandwich Day by contributing to a good cause, Subway is offering ‘Buy Two Pay Half’ offer on Friday, November 03, 2017 across all its restaurants in India.

    The main mission for this is to create, implement and advocate child-friendly policies that ensure the holistic development and empowerment of children. For achieving these goals, the Foundation encourages government, businesses, civil society as well as children and the youth to participate in strategies and activities that will safeguard children from the worst forms of abuse, including lack of education and health.

    On World Sandwich Day, we are also offering more than a free sandwich to our loyal customers. As a world known food company, Subway is passionate about fighting against hunger. We want to ensure everyone has access to nutritious food.

    So What you Guys are waiting for Grab the yummy cheesy Sandwiches.

  • Prices of most vegetables have fallen in Navi Mumbai

    During Rainy season and lack of sunlight has led to discoloring of the veggies and fruits, their nutrient levels have also dropped, and the size and shape have also been affected. Due to which prices were hitting high for vegetables.

    Prices for Leafy vegetables like spinach and coriander was hiked up to 200- 300 %.

    Maharashtra is the main hub for leafy vegetables and supplies a good amount of leafy vegetables. Specially Nashik and Pune are the core area for leafy vegetables while Latur and Sangli serve the other variety of vegetables provided by farmers for Mumbai and the other metropolitan cities, said traders. Vegetables also supplied from other cities like Amritsar, Himachal Pradesh in the winters.

    Late rains till October Diwali made the farms soggy, and crops that were ready got rotten which affected the prices for veggies, But now leafy veggies are trending at a lower price and, big traders told that with fresh arrivals from all over the country the basket of greens would cost less from mid-November.

    Kailash Tajni, president of wholesale APMC (vegetable market) said,” High prices led to less demand, and wholesalers charged less. Also, farmers sell the lower grade quality at a lower rate.”

    While the retail prices have gone up, the cost of vegetables at the APMC market has decreased. The winter months will ensure supply of the variety of vegetables like ladies finger, cauliflower, cabbage and tomato from neighbouring states of Gujarat, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh, while carrots and green peas from Amritsar, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.

    “Supply has increased for green veggies in the last few days, bringing down the prices,” said, Shankar Pingle (ex-director, APMC and a committee member of the vegetable market). Green peas that were priced at Rs100-Rs120 per kilo are now available at Rs80-Rs90 per kg with the supply of ‘Jodhpur matar’,”

    The prices have fallen but it is still burning a hole in our pockets. We restrict ourselves to quarter kg or half kg.

  • Finally, Ambedkar Bhawan to be inaugurated tomorrow

    Navi Mumbai:  It has been over four years since the construction of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Bhawan in Airoli started and now the project is set to be inaugurated on Wednesday.

    The mayor has invited our honorable Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and NCP leader Sharad Pawar along with the minister of Social Justice and Empowerment Ramdas Athavale for this event.

    The dome structure atop the Bhavan and incompetence on the part of the contractor executing the project are among the major reasons that the structure took almost eight years to complete and the civic administration has spent nearly Rs 40 crore on the structure. The original expenditure was estimated was for Rs 12 crore.

    While some part of the project is yet to be completed. According to outgoing mayor Sudhakar Sonawane, the early inauguration is the result of a collective decision of the general body. The new mayor is to be elected on November 7.

    “The House is aware of my efforts for getting this building constructed and today as the structure is ready it was considered ideal to conduct the inauguration after the successful completion of the first phase of the project,” the mayor said.
    The work that is to be completed includes laying of the marble cladding, flooring, false ceiling, installing modular furniture and decorative lighting.
    “As of now, we want the confirmation from the CM’s office about him attending the event. We are, however, working towards inaugurating the completion of the first phase,” said municipal commissioner Dr. N Ramaswami.

    On the day of the inauguration, an autobiography of mayor Sudhakar Sonawane, A book highlighting the hardships and efforts endured by the mayor is to be revealed.

  • Navi Mumbai Airport will finally see the light of the day

    After a long meeting, the inhabitants of 10 villages affected by the proposed Navi Mumbai Airport project on Friday gave permission to the City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) to resume work at the site.

    The meeting was held at the CIDCO office with high security as thousands of villagers had protested and caused hindrance in work on the project site on October 20.

    Mohan Ninawe, CIDCO public relations officer, said: “The work will resume soon and 25% of the remaining development work will be completed within the next three months. We resolved all the issues raised by the villagers.”

    CIDCO, officials agreed to set up a ₹1-crore fund and give each of the 10 villages 1,000 square meters of land to construct a temple.

    CIDCO Officials assured villagers that the issue of private temples in each village would be addressed to the Chief Minister in next meeting.

    The Urban Development Department will consider for a reassessment of the earlier approved construction aid amount of ₹1,000 per square feet. Officials also said that some people had already applied for rental scheme introduced by CIDCO for Villagers in October.

    Mr. Gagrani said, “These villagers are those who have already evacuated or are in the process of vacating their land. Of the 2,771 plots, 1,977 are ready and the remaining will be completed within three months.”

    Sachin Keni from Chinchpada village said, “The CIDCO officials have also agreed to address the issue to the Chief Minister regarding the demand to construct an extended roof and verandah to the houses promised to us”. CIDCO has also consented to hand over 200 square meters of land in each village for women to set up Mahila Mandals.


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