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Experts dissatisfied over Agarh jumbo care

am of wildlife experts led by Prof Dr Raman Sukumar, Member of Centre for Ecological Sciences, Bangalore, inspected a tusker's condition at the forest office here. The elephant was rescued from Tigiria forest with injury three weeks ago and has ... New Delhi Pioneer, 54 minutes ago

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Small-Molecule Detection in ThiolYne Nanocomposites via Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy

Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) is generally performed on planar surfaces, which can be difficult to prepare and may limit the interaction of the sensing surface with targets in large volume samples. We propose that nanocomposite ...
 Analytical Chemistry1 hour ago Generalized Ratiometric Indicator Based Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy for the Detection of Cd2+ in Environmental Water Samples  Analytical Chemistry4 hours ago FD 178: Critical importance of gap modes between metal nanoparticles and metal substrates in surface enhanced Raman scattering  RSC6 hours ago Facile and Label-Free Detection of Lung Cancer Biomarker in Urine by Magnetically Assisted Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering  ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces1 day ago
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Name of the game

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh has to save one Agrawal to keep another one at bay.
 India Today11 hours ago
Indian Express

Death in Operation Theatre

The buck passing is in full flow. Meanwhile, chief minister Raman Singh has ordered a judicial probe. The local police has arrested the surgeon, who conducted the sterilisations and the drug manufacturer, who supplied the tainted medicines. Everyone ...
 Asian Age1 day ago Chhattisgarh sterilisation deaths: Tragedies take place in health sector, says Health Minister Amar Agarwal  Indian Express4 days ago BJP govt forced to act against sterilisation deaths  Deccan Herald6 days ago Chhattisgarh Sterilisations: Raman Singh Orders Judicial Probe, Bans Six Drugs  NDTV1 week ago
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Hindustan Times

BCCI closes ranks, backs Srinivasan, Raman

 Chandigarh Tribune3 days ago BCCIs ruling group saves the day for IPL boss Sundar Raman  Hindustan Times3 days ago BCCI backs Srinivasan, Raman; fixes AGM for December 17  Rediff.com3 days ago No action against IPL CEO, BCCI backs Srinivasan  Siasat Daily3 days ago
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First Post.com

Raman Singh may drop health minister

Chhattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh on Wednesday dropped enough hints on divesting health minister Amar Agrawal of his portfolio in the wake of death of 14 poor young women following botched surgery in the state-sponsored family planning camps in Bilaspur ...
 Asian Age2 days ago No urgency for Chhattisgarh cabinet reshuffle: Raman  NetIndia123.com2 days ago Pollution check: Chhattisgarh cracks down on brick kilns near rivers  First Post.com3 days ago Rs 1 lakh insurance for Tendu leaf workers in Chhattisgarh  NetIndia123.com4 days ago
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Livemint.com

BCCI throws its weight behind Srinivasan, Raman

Sundar Raman, also a BCCI employee, was indicted for being in touch with a bookie and knowing (and not doing anything) about malpractices in the controversial Twenty20 league. Photo: Harikrishna Katragadda/Mint New Delhi/Chennai: The Board of ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago BCCI throws weight behind N Srinivasan, Sundar Raman; postpones AGM to December 17  Indian Express3 days ago Sundar Raman, the Brain Behind IPL and N. Srinivasan  NDTV3 days ago BCCI backs Sundar Raman  Pune Mirror2 days ago
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India TV

Despite indicted by the Mudgal committee BCCI not to sack IPL COO Raman

IANS [ Updated 18 Nov 2014, 18:38:34 ] Chennai: The Indian cricket board will not sack tainted Indian Premier League (IPL) boss Sundar Raman who has been indicted by the Supreme Court-appointed Mukul Mudgal Committee, a board official said Tuesday.
 India TV3 days ago BCCI not to sack IPL COO Raman  Yahoo! India3 days ago BCCI not to sack IPL COO Sundar Raman  Sportskeeda.com3 days ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Pressure on BJP to remove Raman Singh

Raman Singh Pressure is mounting on the BJP central leadership for a change of guard in Chhattisgarh following the sterilisation drive that killed more than 10 women and left more than 100 ill. Some feel if the party high commands removes Mr Raman Singh as ...
 Asian Age6 days ago Sterilisation case: Raman feels heat  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago Chhattisgarh sterilisation deaths: Heat on BJP to remove CM Raman  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
Times of India

PM speaks to Chattisgarh CM on the unfortunate tragedy in Bilaspur

PM asked Dr Raman Singh to ensure a thorough investigation & action in the entire issue. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh on the unfortunate tragedy in Bilaspur. "The PM spoke to Chhattisgarh CM Dr Raman ...
 India Infoline1 week ago PM Modi talks to CM Raman Singh, urges swift action  Asian Age1 week ago Ensure Thorough Probe on Botched Surgeries: PM to Raman Singh  Outlook1 week ago Modi to Raman: Ensure full probe on sterilisation tragedy  India Today1 week ago
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