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BPCL Kochi Refinery develops eco protection tech 18.6.2009 HBL: Corporate
Kochi, June 17 Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd — Kochi Refinery has developed a unique environment protection technology for removing toxic hydrogen sulphide gas produced when crude oil is heated to high temperature.
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AcCells, mChek showcase contactless payments 17.6.2009 New Kerala: Business India
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BPCL Kochi Refinery develops new technology 17.6.2009 ET: Oil & Gas
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (BPCL) has entered into an agreement with Engineers India Ltd. (EIL) for commercializing the in-house technology developed by BPCL- Kochi Refinery for removing hydrogen sulphide gas produced when crude oil is heated to high temperature.
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State hands over EPTRI to Centre 17.6.2009 New Indian Express
State hands over EPTRI to Centre
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New technology developed for removing toxic gas 17.6.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
New technology developed for removing toxic gas
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Key accused in CEO murder held 17.6.2009 New Indian Express
Key accused in CEO murder held
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IBM to invest US Dollar 100 million in research in mobile services 17.6.2009 New Kerala: Business India
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Frugal innovation: What GE does in Bangalore 17.6.2009 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
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India loses 2000 patents every year in US: Jairam Ramesh 17.6.2009 New Indian Express
India loses 2000 patents every year in US: Jairam Ramesh
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Need for greater sensitivity to ecological issues: Minister 17.6.2009 Hindu: National
Says environment and growth are not mutually exclusive
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EU's demands may impact generics 17.6.2009 DNA: Top News
Europe wants patent extensions, data exclusivity.
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Ranbaxy sued by US firm for patent infringement 17.6.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
US-based speciality pharma company Medicis Pharma Corporation has filed a suit against Delaware-based Ranbaxy Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd, in the district court of Delaware, alleging patent infringement of its acne product-solodyn tablets.
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Feni tag 17.6.2009 Telegraph: Nation
New Delhi, June 16 (PTI): Goa's popular alcoholic beverage feni has been granted geographical indication (GI) tag, which gives local producers exclusive brand protection rights.
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Drug daddies keen to pop local deal pills 17.6.2009 Telegraph: Business
Mumbai, June 16: The drug lords are sniffing for deals in India.
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New study on protecting new drugs in India 17.6.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
New study on protecting new drugs in India
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India loses 2000 patents every year in US: Jairam Ramesh 17.6.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
India loses 2000 patents every year in US: Jairam Ramesh
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European biotech firms woo Indian counterparts 17.6.2009 HBL: Industry & Economy
Mumbai, June 16 European biotech firms seem to be wooing their Indian counterparts, not just to be part of the growing sector, but also to get around globally difficult times.
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Economic peril unless green cover is increased: Minister 17.6.2009 Hindu: National
Says environment and growth are not mutually exclusive
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India loses 2000 patents every year in US: Jairam Ramesh 16.6.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
India loses 2000 patents every year in US: Jairam Ramesh
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China backs down over blocking software 16.6.2009 The Guardian -- World Latest
Green Dam, which blocks access to porn and politically sensitive websites, will not be compulsory, state media reports The Chinese government appears to have backed down in the face of public opposition to its plans for mandatory installation of censorship software on all new computers. The Green Dam Youth Escort program, which restricts access to pornography and politically sensitive websites, was due to be compulsorily incorporated in the hard drives of all new machines sold after 1 July, but the state-run media announced today that it would instead be an optional package. The softening of tone appears designed to head off a wave of criticism about the program, which has brought the government culture of information control into an ...
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