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Use of nanotechnology to increase crop productivity stressed

There is a need to use nanotechnology to improve crop productivity in the country, said Prof Lalit Mohan Manocha, Dr Raja Ramanna DRDO Distinguished Fellow at DMSRDE, Kanpur. He was speaking at the two-day national workshop and seminar on functional ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

ENGAGEMENTS

Lalit Mohan Manocha, Raja Ramanna DRDO distinguished fellow, Defence Materials and Stores, Research and Development Establishment, Kanpur, inaugurates a seminar on Functional Nanomaterials for Energy, environment and health, Mangala Auditorium, 10 a.m.
 The Hindu1 month ago

Caregivers with personal touch

Lalit Mohan Mukherjee, 83, at the Care Continuum programme. Picture by Bishwarup Dutta A caregiver who can double as a companion and supervise the kitchen - that's what two doctors and a medical planner had in mind when they set up Care ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Of nature and nurture and the tug of conscience

Paris Mohan Kumar's solo exhibition Reverberations - The Unheard Whispers that's on at David Hall, Fort Kochi, continues his journey of exploration through his two favourite themes women and forests. He sleeps little; he walks all night in the ...
 The Hindu8 hours ago

Mallya's story akin to Lalit Modi's great escape

By Arati R. Jerath THE Vijay Mallya story is beginning to sound more and more like cricket czar Lalit Modi's great escape from Indian investigators. Modi flew to London in 2010 despite the fact that he was being investigated by the Enforcement ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Shades of Modi in l-affaire Mallya  The Statesman1 month ago

#PanamaPapersIndia Part 2: Politician, industrialist, jeweller, ex-cricketer

Gautam and Karan Thapar, sons of Brij Mohan Thapar, took control of Crompton Greaves Limited after the division of the Thapar Group in 1999. Karan ran Crompton Greaves from 2000 as a director while Gautam worked with uncle Lalit Mohan Thapar of ...
 Financial Express1 month ago

Art gallery showcases rare works of mentally retarded persons

Kozhikode, Apr 3 : In a unique exhibition, Lalit Kala Art Academy has mounted rare art works of mentally retarded persons of Government Mental Hospital in this city. The exhibition Titled as Webs 2016, showcases 60 works of 25 inmates depicting ...
 Newshence.com1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Krishna Menon wanted as many libraries as pubs

As member of the library committee in the borough of St Pancras in the early 1940s, V K Krishna Menon, the enigmatic diplomat, statesman and politician, was keen that there should be as many libraries as there are pubs in the borough. This and ...
 Hindustan Times3 hours ago
Times of India

JeM men had planned Pathankot-like strike in NCR

NEW DELHI: Delhi Police's special cell claimed to have foiled a major terror strike in the NCR with the arrest of three alleged members of Jaish-e-Muhammed, who were, according to the cops, on the verge of staging a Pathankot-like strike at the ...
 Times of India8 hours ago

Telangana students in Indian contingent at ISEF

Three school scientists from Telangana will be part of Team India at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) where more than 1,700 school students from over 75 countries will showcase their selected projects. The fair will be ...
 The Hindu14 hours ago
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