KATHMANDU, May 14: FIFA has released its official Coca-Cola sponsored anthem ‘Colors’, sung by US pop star Jason Derulo. The track written by Derulo emphasizes the excitement that greets the arrival of the World Cup.
KATHMANDU (REPUBLICA): Coca-Cola has partnered with leading restaurants and eating joints all over the country for a unique campaign 'Coca-Cola Mo:Motsav' to celebrate with customers, family and friends, a statement issued by the soft drinks maker said in a statement.
KATHMANDU, Jan 31: Swastima Khadka, one of the most celebrated actresses in Nepal, visited different outlets to sample the delicious combination of Mo: mo and Coca-Cola on Tuesday where she was greeted by fans, Coca-Cola Nepal said in a statement.
KATHMANDU, Jan 19: Coca-Cola is all set to launch Mo:motsav campaign this year as well. Issuing a statement on Thursday, Coca-Cola said that the combination of Coca-Cola and food is a global tradition and a favorite combination for millions of consumers daily.
KATHMANDU, Nov 24: Bal Srijanalaya School of Kathmandu and Shree Durga Secondary School of Rautahat have claimed the boys’ and girls’ tittles, respectively, of the Coca-Cola Cup Inter-School National Football Tournament on Thursday.
KATHMANDU, Nov 23: Bhumre Secondary School of Syangja and Shree Durga Secondary School of Rautahat are set to vie in the Coca-Cola Cup Inter-School National Football Tournament’s girls final on Thursday.
KATHMANDU, Nov 21: Gajurmukhi English Boarding School of Kathmandu secured third place in the boys’ category of the ongoing Coca-Cola Cup Inter-School National Football Tournament on Monday.
Gajurmukhi defeated Mahendra Memorial English Boarding School of Sunsari 5-4 on the penalties in the third-place match at ANFA Complex, Satdobato, Lalitpur.
KATHMANDU, Nov 20: Bal Srijanalaya School of Kathmandu and Everest Secondary Academy of Sarlahi are set to fight for the boys’ title in the ongoing Coca-Cola Cup Inter-School National Football Tournament.
KATHMANDU, Nov 18: The central-level tournament of the 9th edition of the Coca-Cola Cup 2017 kicked off in Lalitpur on Friday. Jointly organized by Coca-Cola, All Nepal Football Association (ANFA), and the Ministry of Youth and Sports, the tournament is the largest grassroots-level school tournament in the country.
Coca-Cola, a multinational company which produces food and beverage, is not just focused on doing business. It has also been involved in different projects as per its commitment and sustainability agenda. The company is involved in projects such as water recharge, women empowerment, improving education, and water and sanitation hygiene (WASH) issues, among others, as per its sustainability agenda. Republica talked Ishteyaque Amjad, vice-president public affairs and communications and Subha Shekhar, director sustainability of Coca-Cola India Pvt Ltd (CCIPL) and India and South West Asia (INSWA) Business Unit to know more about the company's sustainable agenda. Excerpts:
KATHMANDU, Feb 9: Coca-Cola has brought Mo:motsav campaign back to its valued consumers. “Coca-Cola and Food is a global tradition and a favorite combination of millions of consumers daily,” Coca-Cola said in a statement.