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Panchayat member kisses Siddaramiah on cheek, calls him appaji

Panchayat member kisses Siddaramiah on cheek, calls him appaji

Apparently overwhelmed by meeting Karnataka chief minister PC Siddaramiah for the first time, Girija Srinivas, a member of a panchayat from Chikmagalur district, kissed him on the cheek during a public meeting and addressed him as appaji (father). "I was ..., 4 weeks ago

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Bio Spectrum Asia

Sri Lanka encourages Indian pharma companies to set up units in the country

(Photo Courtesy: Singapore: In a bid to strengthen the pharma relations between the two countries, Sri Lankan Trade minister has planned a visit India, to encourage Indian pharmaceutical companies to establish pharma units in ...
 Bio Spectrum Asia1 week ago Sri Lanka Trade Minister to visit India to encourage Indian pharma cos to set up units in Sri Lanka  PharmaBiz2 weeks ago Sri Lanka woos Indian pharma companies to set up operations in the country  Economic Times3 weeks ago
The Hindu

Policemen save stray dog hurt in hit-and-run case

It had become a part of the force after making Basavanagudi station its home six months ago July 8 was a harrowing day for the police at Basavanagudi station. The entire staff rose to the occasion to save a stray dog that had been run over by a ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Government firm on not running paper mills

SHIVAMOGGA: The last hope of employees of the Mysore Paper Mills (MPM) to retain the mill in public sector and resume operation after the Chennai-based Green Tribunal gave a green signal was shattered on Wednesday with the state government saying no ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Bumps pose health risks, say doctors

CHENNAI: Though laid to prevent accidents, speedbreakers in the state have failed to fulfill their requirements, causing more accidents and health problems as against their purpose. The intervertebral disc works as a shock absorber. When on a bike ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago

Pharmexcil invites entries for Outstanding Export performance Awards 2015-16

Pharmexcil has called for nominations from pharma exporters for the Outstanding Export Awards for the year 2015-16. We have instituted these awards in the year 2009 with an aim to encourage the Indian pharmaceutical exporters to increase their ...
 PharmaBiz2 weeks ago Pharmexcil to provide expert services on foreign trade and legal affairs to its members  PharmaBiz1 month ago Pharmexcil starts issuing exemption to pharma cos from barcoding for exports  PharmaBiz1 month ago Pharmexcil to compile document on India's pharma exports to Europe in next 4 yrs  PharmaBiz1 month ago

India continues to lead China in pharma exports

India's pharma exports rise 7.55% to $12.54 billion in 2015; China's pharma exports rise 5.3% to $6.94 billion in the same period New Delhi: India has maintained its lead over China in terms of pharma exports, according to a statement by the ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago Roadblock for pharma exports worth billions  Asian Age2 months ago

16 schoolchildren injured in bus accident

As many as 16 schoolchildren suffered minor injuries when a school bus turned toppled near Shravanabelagola in Channarayapatna taluk on Saturday morning. The driver lost control of the bus while negotiating a curve near Haruvanahalli. ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago 16 schoolchildren injured in accident  The Hindu3 weeks ago

A journey on foot, for devotion, love and peace

By Isuri Yasasmin Kaviratne from Okanda "Haro Hara, Haro Hara, HARO HARA..." The humming and chanting continues and reaches a crescendo as the yellow clad men, women and children walk in utmost piety, towards Kataragama, from Jaffna, Trincomalee ...
 Sunday Observer3 weeks ago

Guru with the golden voice

At 88, Girija Devi is still working to preserve the country's heritage in her own unique way. My father taught me fencing and horse riding, which was quite uncommon in those days, says the celebrated singer, living legend Dr Girija Devi. In fact, ...
 Tehelka4 weeks ago
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