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Vanita Gupta appointed president of 'Leadership Conference'

Indian-American Vanita Gupta, who headed civil rights division in the Department of Justice in the Obama Administration, has been appointed as president and CEO of 'The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights', becoming the first woman to head the ... DNA, 1 day ago

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The house of textbooks

Vanita Kohli-Khandekar reports on the ongoing battle for the top spot between publishers S Chand and Navneet. IMAGE: Both S Chand and Navneet don’t rule out more acquisitions. And both reckon that potential acquisitions should be a minimum Rs 100 crore in size for them to be worth the effort. Photograph: Parth Sanyal/Reuters. In the first week of December, the Rs 540-crore Delhi-based S Chand & Company acquired a majority stake (74 per cent) in Kolkata-based Chhaya Prakashani.
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Indian-American Harmeet Dhillon running for key civil rights post in US

A prominent Sikh-American woman lawyer is in the running for leading the civil rights division of the US Department of Justice, a media report has said, amid a recent spurt in hate crimes against Indians in the country. Harmeet Dhillon, 48, a senior ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago Indian-American running for key civil rights post in US:Report  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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British-Indian professor knighted in New Year's honours

Shankar Balasubramanian (pictured), an Indian-origin British professor of chemistry, has received a Knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II for his contribution to the field of science and medicine. Balasubramanian, 50, Herchel Smith Professor of Medicinal Chemistry at Cambridge University, has been recognised for his work as a co-inventor of Next Generation DNA sequencing, described as the most transformational advance in biology and medicine for decades. “Solexa sequencing, as it is now ...
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