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Wipro Furniture to launch ‘Startline’ range 30.6.2009 HBL: Marketing
Chennai, June 29 Wipro Furniture, part of Wipro Consumer Care and Lighting Group, enters the premium-end of the Rs 1,800-crore office modular furniture market. The company has roped in a London-based furniture designer Tim Wallace to launch
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Pepsi plans low-cost beverages, snacks to fight anaemia 30.6.2009 HBL: Front Page
Chennai, June 29 In a bid to combat under-nutrition, PepsiCo India expects to test-market its products to fight anaemia among rural women sometime next year. The soft-drinks major is working on low-cost prototypes of both beverages and snacks
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Biocon in pact with Mylan 30.6.2009 Hindu: Business
BANGALORE: Biocon has entered into an agreement with Mylan Inc for exclusive collaboration to develop and manufacture multiple, high-value generic biologic compounds. The generics segment is poised for a change with an estimated $25 billion ...
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Biocon ties up with Mylan of US for biogenerics 30.6.2009 HBL: Corporate
Biocon Ltd on Monday announced an exclusive collaboration with the US-based generic drugs major Mylan Inc to develop, manufacture, supply and commercialise many high-value generic biologic compounds for the global markets.
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Indian firm sues South Africa after losing AIDS drug contract 29.6.2009 ET: Pharma
An Indian manufacturer of drugs to treat HIV/AIDS is suing the South African government after failing to clinch a $400-million tender, South African media reported on Monday.
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Biocon announces strategic collaboration with Mylan 29.6.2009 Sify Finance
Biocon Limited today announced that it has executed a definitive agreement with Mylan Inc. for an exclusive collaboration on the development, manufacturing, supply and commercialization of
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TCS eyes more deals in healthcare sector 29.6.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
TCS eyes more deals in healthcare sector
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Indian firm sues South Africa after losing AIDS drug contract 29.6.2009 New Kerala: World News
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Who will research the researchers? 29.6.2009 Financial Express
Who will research the researchers?
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Who will research the researchers? 29.6.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
One of the markers of how serious a country is about a 'knowledge economy' is how much it invests in basic science research. More often than not, such research is not accompanied by directly translateable outcomes, such as a pill, or a superbug that clears up the oil spill.
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We invest more in tech during a recession 29.6.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
You can call John F Welch Technology Centre in Bangalore as the showcase research centre of General Electric. Built on a 50-acre plush campus, the nine-year old R&D centre boasts of 4,200 employees and 870 patents.
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Call it a role model 29.6.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Bangalore
Stress on research and quality education paying dividends for Karnatak University
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CAMPUS CONNECT 29.6.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Coimbatore
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Standard Microsystems post 1Q loss, lower sales 28.6.2009 Sify Finance
Chip maker Standard Microsystems Corp. on Thursday posted a first-quarter loss, reversing a year-ago profit, hurt by lower sales and a settlement charge.
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Orphan drugs 28.6.2009 The Assam Tribune
Orphan drugs
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Boston Scientific names Ray Elliott CEO, president 28.6.2009 Sify Finance
Boston Scientific Corp. said Thursday its board has named Ray Elliott as president and CEO to succeed Jim Tobin, who is retiring from the medical device maker.
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Climate change is essentially a bargaining problem 27.6.2009 HBL: Opinion
The 88-year-old Nobel winning economist, Thomas Crombi Schelling, was in Delhi to give a lecture on issues in climate change at the invitation of the World Bank and ICRIER. Prof Schelling won the Nobel Prize for “having enhanced
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Uppada’s claim over Jamdani sarees granted 26.6.2009 New Indian Express
Uppada’s claim over Jamdani sarees granted
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Marital discord and resentment: An excerpt from <i>Faking It</i> 26.6.2009 Rediff: GetAhead
Get Ahead presents an excerpt from engineer-turned-author Amrita Chowdhury's debut novel, <i>Faking It</i>.
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Monsanto 3Q profit falls 14 pct, will cut 900 jobs 26.6.2009 Sify Finance
Monsanto Co., the world's biggest seed maker, said Wednesday its third-quarter profit fell 14 percent and disclosed plans to cut 900 jobs, or about 4 percent of its work force.
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