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How small entrepreneurs are making it big on Flipkart, Amazon

How small entrepreneurs are making it big on Flipkart, Amazon

The e-commerce story in India has begun to look up, says Aparna Kalra. Navdeep Narang and wife Sanjeet of butterfliesbag. Photographs Dalip Kumar/Business Standard Navdeep Narang and wife Sanjeet are in their rabbit warren of an office under the Naraina flyover on the Ring Road in New Delhi. A window shows the heads and backs of workers in vests, it is hot and humid and the small space with racks and racks of merchandise does not have air-conditioning. The workers are packing handbags and ..., 1 month ago

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Australian woman and her husband seek quashing of case filed by Sena MLA son

Australian national Maree Louise Sharma and her husband, Sanjeet, moved the Bombay high court on Tuesday to quash a criminal case of extortion and criminal intimidation filed against them by Purvesh Sarnaik, son of Shiv Sena Thane MLA Pratap Sarnaik.
 Times of India4 weeks ago

One in three people worldwide is at risk of ill health from household air pollution

Sanjeet Bagcchi 1 Kolkata Household air pollution—caused by burning biomass (solid fuel derived from plant material) or coal for cooking, heating, or lighting—puts more than one in three people worldwide at risk of ill health and early death, a ...
 British Medical Journal1 week ago

Report shows causes of maternal deaths in India

Sanjeet Baggchi 1 Kolkata The deaths of Indian women in childbirth are recounted in a report on maternal mortality published last month. Dead Women Talking —published by CommonHealth, a coalition working on maternal and neonatal health and safe ...
 British Medical Journal2 weeks ago

India issues new requirements for clinical trial approval

Sanjeet Bagcchi 1 Kolkata The Indian government has issued an order with immediate effect to researchers, medical institutions, and drug companies about the criteria they must follow to win approval for clinical trials of new drugs. The order ...
 British Medical Journal1 month ago India considers exempting from local drug trials medicines for life threatening diseases that have been approved abroad  British Medical Journal1 month ago

Rotavirus vaccine could prevent thousands of deaths a year in India, study finds

Sanjeet Bagcchi 1 Kolkata Introducing a rotavirus vaccine to India's national vaccination programme could prevent around 27 000 deaths a year from rotavirus gastroenteritis, a new study has indicated. The vaccine would also substantially reduce ...
 British Medical Journal2 months ago

Protest held for re-opening of Ghordi-Barmeen road

Excelsior Correspondent UDHAMPUR, Oct 7: A demonstration was organized by social & RTI activist Advocate Sanjeet Kumar against District Administration for not initiating measures to reopen the Udhampur to Ghordi and Barmeen to Ghordi road, which ...
 Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago Barmeen villagers protest for Tehsil status to Ghordi  Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago

DPS Jammu wins 3rd prize in Nritiyanjali

Excelsior Correspondent Students of DPS Jammu posing for a group photograph along with School Principal and other dignitaries. JAMMU, Oct 20: The students of Delhi Public School (DPS) Jammu bagged 3rd prize in Inter-DPS Dance Competition-2014 ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 day ago
Calcutta Telegraph

A messiah for craftsmen

To offer traditional artists and craftsmen of the state a better market, Jharkhand State Co-operative Lac Marketing & Procurement Federation Limited, aka Jascolampf, is all set to open an emporium on Purulia Road in Ranchi. State co-operative ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Police memorial for martyrs

Ranchi, Oct. 12: Jharkhand will soon pay back the Maoists in their own coin, or rather memorial. Speaking at the inauguration of a series of programmes organised to mark the 75th foundation day of the CRPF in Dhurwa today, state chief secretary ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
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