As per the commercial circular issued by Railway Board on Tuesday, tickets worth Rs 5,000 and above booked between November 16 and 24 will not be refunded over the counter in cash. People who booked such tickets will have to file a TDR (Ticket Deposit Receipt) and get the refund through cheques or Electronic Clearing Service (ECS).
A TDR has to be filed within prescribed time limit for cancellation of ticket across the counter as per refund rules i.e., half an hour before schedule departure of the train for RAC and waitlisted tickets and up to four hours before departure for confirmed tickets, as reported by The Times Of India.
The passenger must show his PAN or Aadhaar card to the counter clerk and then the counter clerk will issue a ticket deposit receipt, which must be sent to the chief commercial manager for refunds along with the self attested copy of the Aadhaar card or PAN card and the details of bank account into which the refunds are to be made.
Hunger pangs in the middle of the night? Too hungry, but too lazy to cook? Want a quick snack? For all of this MAGGI is our saviour in yellow armour.
But have you ever given a thought to what makes MAGGI a hit among people of all age groups and across the locations? How is the inimitable taste of MAGGI Masala produced? What are the different measures taken to ensure that the MAGGI you consume is not just a treat for your tongue but is also of great quality?
Well, since MAGGI has been in our kitchens for the last 35 years, they are now giving us a chance to see their kitchens as part of the initiative “From our kitchen to your kitchen”.
In “From our kitchen to your kitchen,” the consumers will be taken on a virtual tour through a four-part digital video series, and a dedicated website. Not only this, but MAGGI has also brought onboard the famous duo of Rocky and Mayur, veteran foodies. Their panache and experience add ‘masala’ to the consumer’s virtual journey.
In their industrial scale kitchens, the preparation of MAGGI Noodles starts with the mixing of flour, water, etc. The dough is then passed through a series of rollers to form thin sheets. These sheets are cut into fine noodle strands, which are then waved, folded and cooked to form the noodle cake we are so familiar with.
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The noodle cakes are then sealed and packaged along with the Masala Tastemaker sachets.
Today, the world is moving ahead at a breakneck pace, and it is reflected in how we choose what we eat. MAGGI has opened its doors to the consumers through this transparency initiative. The aspect of accountability also comes in the picture and MAGGI makes sure that through and certified quality checks are put in place.
If you want to see how MAGGI is made, or if you want to hear from the Quality Assurance officers about the various quality checks while Mayur and Rocky be their jolly selves, you can watch the engrossing video series. Also, for the more curious of us, MAGGI has explained engagingly in the videos, interesting details, and nuances regarding spices, process, cooking, nutrition, and everything that MAGGI-lovers desire to know.
MAGGI understands that the consumer of today is very informed and highly conscious of what he/she is consuming. Respecting the same sentiment, through this initiative, MAGGI wants to give its consumers insight into what they are eating and to provide for deeper conversations and connection with the brand.