CII Chandigarh fair concludes
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The Chandigarh Fair organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry concluded at Parade Grounds in Sector 17. The tricity residents made use of the weekend to shop for a variety of fine garments, decoration items, Diwali gifts, electronic gadgets, antique pieces, carpets, footwear, beauty products amid sufi music and songs by Pakistani artistes.
Some products were launched in the CII Fair which included SAIL-U-VA car by Chevrolet, a range of tablets by Swipe and New Alto 800 and Ritz by Maruti Udyog Ltd.
The real estate sector too attracted a lot of queries for the latest and discounted offers on various newly launched projects.
Whirlpool has launched a fully automatic washing machine named 'NXT Series' with 6 th Sense technology and inbuilt heater to give perfect wash for 16 types of stains. Godrej has launched a new AC which gives a 7-star performance based on latest technology and a 6-star refrigerator in 'Edge Pro Series' which provides 24-hour cooling even after the power cut.
Handmade coconut items, artificial, dry flowers, suits, sarees and handmade bags with patch work were the new attraction from Goa and Rajasthan, Jharkhand and West Bengal and temple jewelery by Temptations were some of the new attractions in the fair. New designs of handmade carpets and a wide range of suits from Pakistan were liked by most of the residents.
"It was CII's endeavour to provide a variety of choices and latest products with finest technologies to the customers under one roof. The feedback received both from the exhibitors and the visitors has been tremendous and satisfying. CII thanks Chandigarh Administration along with NABARD and NSIC for their continued support and cooperation in making this event successful," said Pikender Pal Singh, Regional Director, CII NR.
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