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Divya Bhaskar celebrates second anniversary with ‘Divya Utsav’

22-June-2005
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Divya Bhaskar celebrates second anniversary with ‘Divya Utsav’

Divya Bhaskar has completed two years in Gujarat. The publication has organised ‘Divya Utsav’, a series of events to mark its second anniversary, which kicks off today.

Bharat Kapadia, Executive Director, Divya Bhaskar, said, “For Divya Bhaskar, this is the beginning. The publication has done well and there is ample research and data to back that. We are a people’s paper and the event is organised to strengthen our connect with the people and in the trade level as well.”

The mass media and marketing conference includes eminent speakers like Bharat Dabholkar- Managing Director, Publicis India; Bharat Patel, Chairman, Procter and Gamble; Bakul Dholakia, Director, IIM Ahmedabad; Mukesh M Patel, Eminent International Tax Expert; and Eloquent Public Speaker Rajat Sharma. The interactive forum will discuss issues pertaining to bottlenecks, challenges in the industry and ways to resolve them.

A cooking competition is also organised with Sanjeev Kapoor at the helm of affairs, involving contenders for ‘Ahmedabad’s best recipe’ award on June 24. Kapoor would explain how inherent talents of women can be tapped resourcefully, thereby immensely encouraging and inspiring them. Successful contestants would receive awards from the cooking expert.

A car competition --‘Treasure Hunt’-- will take place on June 26. Primarily aimed at cheering and delighting families, the event will include major hot spots of the city. Through ‘Power 100’ a list of 100 powerful Gujaratis will also be released in a programme.

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