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Mangalore: Sixth national consumer fair opens in city

Mangalore: Sixth national consumer fair opens in city

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore

Mangalore, Sep 7: The sixth national consumer fair organized by NCF (a pioneer in organizing exhibitions and trade fairs across India for over three decades) was inaugurated by fisheries minister K Abhayachandra Jain at Karavali Utsav grounds here on Friday September 6.

Speaking after the inaguration, minister Jain lauding the organizers said these kinds of exhibition should be organized at least twice a year as they attact huge crowd.

"The stalls in the exhibition offer a variety of products from different parts of the country. People should come in large numbers along with the families to spend their time here," he added.

The exhibition consist of more than 100 stalls offering huge discounts and offers, including automobiles, home appliances, kitchen appliances, chimneys, hobs, solar products, handlooms, handicrafts, dress materials, footwear, health and fitness equipment, toys, books, stationary, food products and many more exhibits from all over India.

The exhibition has over 20 amusement rides which includes Italian tora-tora, Dragon train, Jumping frog, Dashing car, boating, titanic, columbus, 3D show and several others.

The star attraction of the exhibition is aqua shop and a bird show.

The exhibition will be from open from 4 pm to 9 pm everday.

Gaurav Jain, managing director of NCF, Anand from Udayavani, Sachindranath, Manjunath among others were present.

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  • mma, mlr

    Sat, Sep 7 2013

    Boring with same old stuff....why cant you come up with new ideas like in other places

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  • Max and Jessie Rasquinha, Mangalore, Houston/Dallas, Texas

    Sat, Sep 7 2013

    "Consumer Products" is a broad spectrum that includes anything and everything that we consume in our every day life. India with a diversity of population and diversity of cultures is perhaps the best country where the word "CONSUMERISM" will and should get the best momentum.

    With the growing affluence and with the growing generations, people have more money to spend in India for more goods and consume more in life for progress of themselves and their families. Consumerism paves way for more manufacturing, more production and more distribution and consumption.

    Consumerism vitalizes the economy thru more job opportunities and more money in circulation.

    The only important and most valuable fact that India need to take into consideration is the focus on "QUALITY" of products in line with the quantity and diversity of products. This is exactly where the Government has to step in with clean hands and strong hands and make sure that quality standards and quality specifications are totally and unconditionally adhered to. There is no room for deviation.

    If at all China has become a most sophisticated, successful and abundant in their production, distribution and marketing their products and services, it is only because of their discipline and consistency in their quality as well as their pricing and also the currency. For instance, the Xmas season with billions (one billion dollar is equivalent to six thousand five hundred crores of Indian rupees) of dollars worth of Chinese consumer goods are already in display in most of the Malls and Shopping Centers of America. That requires planning and programming indeed.

    Consumer products from India can flourish the local as well as the world markets, but the "QUALITY AND CONSISTENCY" are the words of Hallmark that every Indian need to take into their heart and into their mind in order to make the spirit of consumerism effective and make the economy vibrant and long lasting. Qudha Afeiz.

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  • Golbert C Pinto, Mangalore/Muscat

    Sat, Sep 7 2013

    NCF.... Welcome to Mangalore.
    All the best.
    (Pls. some body arrange to put lid on home made pickels bowl, its inviting dust and flies...!!!)

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangalore

    Sat, Sep 7 2013

    National Consumer Fair is always worth to have.You will be in a position to know the new products and also can market these products in a competitive reasonable cost.Mangalore is lucky to have this exhibition.All the best.Thanq.

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  • Aadil Khan, Kasaragod, Saudi Arabia

    Sat, Sep 7 2013

    The items sold at the exhibition in general are of sub-standard unimpressive.

    Good for those who have no access to quality goods.

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