Parmar had supported Verghese Kurien, founder of Amul and “father of white revolution”, during his struggle to keep the political class away from having control over the GCMMF until 2006.
RS Sodhi, managing director of GCMMF told The Indian Express that the price reduction was aimed at particular market segment so that the dairy could accommodate an increase in daily procurement of milk.
Known for its unabashed stance, Amul’s cartoon depicts Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un irked with each other as they sit at their desks. With the two leaders fighting with butter in hand, the cartoon is bang on.
The cartoon is in response to Shashi Tharoor’s latest tweet when he used the word — rodomontade — and made people rush to look for their dictionaries to decipher what exactly he meant!
Another programme aimed at attracting youth is dairy entrepreneurship scheme under which youth can go for a farm size of 20-30 cows and buffaloes and it would be easily financed by the banks with Amul marketing for it.
Verghese Kurien, who is known as the Father of White Revolution in India for his project Operation Flood, was born on November 26. This is why the day is known as National Milk Day across the country.
Out of board rooms, making business deals over a game of golf is so passé. Now, it’s all about playing digital, and this government’s taken shop talk to a whole new social media level. Check out this amusing conversation between dairy brand Amul and the Indian Railways on Twitter. Presenting their proposal to use “refrigerated […]
Diary brand Amul reeled in a quirky cartoon on the North Korea nuclear test with a caricature of the North Korean president Kim Jong-un. It has been captioned: “#Amul Topical: North Korea’s leader and his nuke obsession!” and the tagline takes a sarcastic jibe at him with a witty twist given to his name as “Kim Ka Jung On?”
Acknowledging the appointment of Nirmala Sitharaman as the first full-time woman defence minister, Amul came up with a quirky cartoon; adding an interesting twist with the phrases ‘Defence Ministree’ and ‘Sabka Nirmal Anand’ — which translate to ‘everyone’s moment of bliss’.
As water refuses to recede even past midnight, and officials trying their best to keep things in orders, citizens got together too to help the city stand back on its feet. Celebrating such kind gestures in time of a natural calamity, Amul came up with a fitting cartoon to honour the spirit of Mumbai and its people.
The cartoon shows Kumar holding a bloomed lotus in his one hand and waving bye to Prasad, who is seen trying to adjust the flame of his lantern.
Punning in Hinglish, the guys over at Amul Topicals have come out with a very encouraging and sweet cartoon commending the Indian women’s cricket team for their performance at the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017. Interestingly, this wasn’t the first time Amul came out with such ‘delicious’ tweets in favour of the Indian women cricket team.
The dairy brand in its latest topical celebrated Federer eighth Wimbledon title with a cartoon that reads, “Roger gets betterer with age”, and we couldn’t agree more!
Celebrating the buzz around Jagga Jasoos, the dairy brand Amul came up with their special topical cartoon and it’s utterly adorable! The topical shows the cute Amul girl as Katrina Kaif riding an ostrich along with Ranbir Kapoor, created on similar lines to the film’s poster.
Joining in on all the social media buzz around Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with the US President Donald Trump at the White House, Amul Topicals came up with a most quirky cartoon to describe the meeting between the two politicians.