Malaika Appliances Opens another Showroom at Mira Road

Report and pics by Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD)

Mumbai, Nov 8: The fifteenth showroom of Malaika Appliances Private Limited, was inaugurated at suburban Mira Road (E) here, on Thursday November 8.

The showroom was inaugurated by Maxim M Mathias, managing director, Henbridge Hospitality Pvt Ltd and Little King Group of Hotels. Fr Rudolf D’Souza, parish priest, St Joseph’s Church, Mira road, graced the occasion and blessed the showroom.

Nigel Pinto, chief marketing manager, Sansui, S Kamal, regional manager, Hyundai Motors, Ramkesh Yadav, building owner, Fr Thomas K J and Fr Peter Coelho, assistant parish priests, Merlyn D’Sa, corporator, Dhule, Kalpana Takoor, corporator Anil Sawant, Ram Narayan Dube, H S Khan, D Mishra, social workers Nancy E Sequeira, Sebastian D’Souza, Paul D’Souza and others were present on the occasion.

Gilbert Baptist, managing director, Malaika Appliances Pvt Ltd welcomed the gathering and urged the support of local customers.

Malaika Baptist, Sonika Baptist and Yatika Baptist honoured the guests with flower bouquets.  Marceline G Baptist, director, Malaika Appliances Pvt Ltd, proposed the vote of thanks.


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  • Ajay,

    Mon, Nov 07 2011

    is this show room any were in kandivali malad or borivali if yes then just let me know

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  • Maryann Murray, Mira Road

    Mon, Nov 12 2007

    Dear Gilbert and Marceline, Congratulations and all the very best. Wish you lots and lots of success. It is really heartening what you are doing for us. To see you grow so much gives us so much faith that there are still good people around here. Good luck and God Bless Maryann

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