Embracing the 50 per cent growth of the sugar-free market, the launch aims for market share and dramatic growth. In , sugar-free cola market value is worth Bt1. Releasing their first advertisement in a decade, as well as sampling activities, Pepsi creates new awareness and encourages consumers to try sugar-free cola drinks.
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A day-to-day lineup of performances by Hindustani music stalwarts at the Delhi Classical Music Festival that begins today at Sunder Nursery. Born in Pune, Talwalkar inherited her interest in singing from her grandfather Kanebuva, a distinguished kirtankar. She received her training in Khyal Gayaki and her music represents the blend of three main gharanas — Gwalior, Kirana and Jaipur, and much sought-after by connoisseurs. Apoorva Gokhale and Pallavi Joshi will perform a duet. Gokhale belongs to Gwalior gharana and has inherited the musical qualities from her grandfather, late Gayanacharya Pandit Gajananrao Joshi, and her great-grandfather Pt Antubua Joshi. The latter was an eminent court musician in erstwhile Aundh, district Satara. Pallavi Joshi was five when she started learning from her grandfather Pt Gajananbuva Joshi. After his demise, her uncle, Pt Madhukar Joshi has been training her for more than 25 years now. After the duet, Rajendra Prasanna will present his rendition of bansuri and shehnai. The evening will culminate with the performance by classical singer of Dhrupad gharana Faiyaz Wasifuddin Dagar.
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