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Congress should slam Slumdog Millionaire 30.3.2009 The Pioneer
Congress should slam Slumdog Millionaire
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Torrent Pharma: Bouncing back to good health 30.3.2009 ET: Big Bucks: Investment
While FY08 was under pressure due to losses registered by its German arm, Torrent Pharma is showing signs of recovering to a profitable FY10
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No small achievement 30.3.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
The cacophonous capillaries of India's infrastructure may be about to get a lot more clogged. By the end of 2010 there could be as many as 300,000 Tata Nanos on India's roads.
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Medicos to assist IT cos’ life sciences biz 30.3.2009 ET: IETS
Gone are the days when doctors, nurses, pharmacologists and other professionals in the medical field were found just in hospitals or labs. IT companies are hiring them for their life sciences businesses
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Dedicating life to popularising science 30.3.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
K. Mani has written more than 7,000 scientific essays
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Glaxo, Sanofi-Aventis eye Shantha Biotech 30.3.2009 ET: Pharma
India’s Shantha Biotech is on the block, with European drugmakers GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi-Aventis in separate talks to buy out its France-based majority owner Merieux Alliance
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TTD move hits a roadblock 29.3.2009 New Indian Express
TTD move hits a roadblock
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TTD’s bid for GI status for laddus hits roadblock 29.3.2009 New Indian Express
TTD’s bid for GI status for laddus hits roadblock
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BCCI stumps Zee's 20 20 trademark applications 29.3.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
BCCI stumps Zee's 20 20 trademark applications
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Madrid via its nooks & crannies 29.3.2009 Deccan Herald
Madrid via its nooks & crannies
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India's jail politics: When nothing else works, bring on the lumpens 29.3.2009 Telegraph: Front Page
New Delhi, March 28: Gregor Johann Mendel experimented painstakingly with pea pods to bring to us the key truth about genetics and heredity: Like Begets Like. We've been spared Mendel's hard work; we've only had to be keen on the national ringside to be appraised of that wisdom. Varun Gandhi, unrepentant over patent wrongdoing, basked in the vanity of violations outside the Pilibhit court this morning just as his father Sanjay did post-Emergency three decades ago.
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Hackers beware, iViZ’s solution is here 29.3.2009 Hindu: Front Page
Fully-automated, on-demand, comprehensive penetration testing solution for applications, networks
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The cold truth 28.3.2009 Hindu:Metro Plus: Hyderabad
Grandma’s cold remedies are good, but not for a cure
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Students plan to obtain patent for eco-fridge 28.3.2009 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Tests confirmed that vegetables stored in it contain high levels of nutrients
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Face to faith 28.3.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
Tim Berners-Lee's invention symbolises Unitarian desire to foster communication, says Catherine Robinson Unitarians sometimes describe themselves as "Quakers with hymns", or "Quakers with attention-deficit disorder". Although close in ethos to the Society of Friends, our worship is more structured: typically a sequence of prayers, hymns, readings, silent meditation, music and a sermon. But the liturgy, unlike that of the mainstream churches, changes shape every Sunday, and our sources of inspiration may include the scriptures of Buddhism, Islam and other world faiths; or poetry or philosophy; or even an editorial in the previous day's Guardian. Perhaps the key difference is the absence of a creed. To pay lip service to dimly understood (or ...
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Column :Still on a high 28.3.2009 Financial Express
Column :Still on a high
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Column :Still on a high 28.3.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
India's value proposition in the global pharma value chain strengthens by the day. The downturn may mean some short-term pain but the smart players are moving to ensure that they reap rewards through the slowdown.
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Truth about common remedies for cold 28.3.2009 Hindu:Metro Plus: Madurai
Grandma’s cold remedies are good, but not for a cure
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Chinese ‘reverse engineering’ threat 27.3.2009 New Indian Express
Chinese ‘reverse engineering’ threat
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South Africa urged to promote generic drugs 27.3.2009 New Indian Express
South Africa urged to promote generic drugs
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