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Rahul Gandhi called 'Amul baby', dairy brand's cartoon features Congress chief

Featuring the 48-year-old in their latest topical, in a brilliant wordplay, the diary wrote, "Wayanad have it with butter? Amethi ka paratha!"

Amul clocks Rs 33,150 crore turnover in 2018-19 fiscal

The group turnover of the Amul brand, consisting 18 member cooperative unions, has crossed Rs 45,000 crore, registering a growth 13 per cent compared to last year, stated an official release.

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Amul pays tribute to Manohar Parrikar with its latest cartoon

The black and white cartoon features the former Goa chief minister seated at his desk with a map of Goa and its beaches in the background.

Amul salutes IAF pilots for air strikes in Balakot in latest cartoon

Featuring the Amul girl saluting two airforce pilots in army fatigues, walking up from a fighter jet in the back, the thoughtful topical read, "Air Farz".

Pulwama attack: Amul's tribute to CRPF jawans has people very emotional

Amul put a twist to the iconic hit 'Kar Chale Hum Fida Jaan-o-Tan Saathiyon', sung by Mohammad Rafi from the 1964 film Haqeeqat.

Amul's latest cartoon asks who will win Mamata vs Centre battle

Trying to capture the mood in the state's capital, the dairy brand asked asked: "Who will score Bengoal?"

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As 'Uri: The Surgical Strike' continues to rule box office, Amul joins 'How's the Josh' bandwagon

Tweaking the line, the topical features a caricature of Vicky Kaushal with an automatic rifle in one hand and butter toast in another. With a tagline of "Makhan ka Josh", the dairy brand asked its lovers to "raid the fridge".

Amul features Priyanka Gandhi in latest cartoon to mark her entry into active politics

Featuring Priyanka Gandhi Vadra along with her brother Rahul, the cartoon showed the brother-sister duo toasting on the occasion with bread and butter.

Amul begins sale of camel milk in select Gujarat markets

Each bottle of camel milk is priced at Rs 50 and has a shelf-life of three days

Amul issues legal notice to Google India over fake B2B campaigns

Amul had earlier raised the issue with Google India and sought their help to stop such 'miscreants' from using their platform through paid advertisements.

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