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SMEXINDIA to give nation's SMEs impetus for growth 17.9.2018 Sify Finance
[India], Sep 17 (NewsVoir): The MSME Sector in India is set to take a huge leap with the proposed launch of SMEXINDIA, a division of SMEXASEAN, an online marketplace owned and operated by SRAM &
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IIT Delhi students develop cheaper drug for curing snake bites 11.9.2018 Zee News : India National
The product has shown efficacy against rattlesnake and viper venoms and is undergoing further testing.
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ARIIA: A true sangam of Lakshmi and Saraswati 5.9.2018 Rediff: Business
'If India has to emerge as the world's laboratory and a global innovation hub, the minds of our youngsters must get an opportunity to flourish.'
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HfS positions L&T Technology Services in 'Winner's Circle' for Automotive Engineering Services 20.8.2018 Sify Finance
[India], Aug 20 (Businesswire-India): L&T Technology Services (NSE: LTTS), a leading global pure-play engineering services company, has been positioned in the 'Winner's Circle' for excellence in
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Is Mahindra Roxor a copy of Fiat Chrysler's Jeep? 4.8.2018 Rediff: Business
FCA has alleged that the Roxor, which M & M imports in the US from India as knocked-down kits, was "a nearly identical copy of the iconic Jeep design", adding that the product was modelled after the original Willys Jeep.
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Politicians should think about the next generation, not election: Varun Gandhi 28.7.2018 DNA: India
The time has come when politicians should stop thinking about elections and start focussing on the next generation. And, only then the country is going to go forward,"said BJP MP Varun Gandhi during his visit to the city on Friday. Gandhi was addressing the students of Karnavati University on Justice delivery and the impediments before it. Speaking about why India has not reached where it should have reached, Gandhi said, "India has been lagging behind in investment and innovation." Citing a Niti Aayog report, he showed that while India has the largest number of startup enterprises, it also shares the dubious distinction of birthing the largest number of unsuccessful startups. Most funders tend to give up on startups in just three years. While those in the foreign countries show great patience. Amazon, for instance, reportedly had employed over 3000 market research professionals four to five years ahead of its launch in India. Excellence and success come after long term investment in research and ...
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LTTS begins FY19 on a strong note with all round growth 23.7.2018 Sify Finance
[Maharashtra] ( India), July 23 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): L&T Technology Services Limited (LTTS) (BSE: 540115) (NSE: LTTS), India's leading pure-play engineering services company, announced its
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Over 550 startups mentored for incubation and funding support 23.7.2018 Govt of india: PIB
For incubation and funding support more than 550 Startups have been mentored, 2,20,000 registrations have been achieved and over one lakh queries have been handled by the Startup India Hub as of June, 2018.
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'This movie has made China introspect and learn from India' 21.7.2018 Rediff: Columns
Dying To Survive, on its way to becoming China's biggest box office hit, may compel the Xi Jinping government to change its policy towards Indian pharmaceutical companies, says Tarun Vijay.
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Will this movie change China's drug policy towards India? 14.7.2018 Rediff: News
Dying To Survive, on its way to becoming China's biggest box office hit, may compel the Xi Jinping government to change its policy towards Indian pharmaceutical companies, says Tarun Vijay.
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Experts stress on integrating Intellectual Property Rights in govt policies 27.6.2018 DNA: India
Integrating Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) with government policies and adopting the right strategies are keys to make the country an IP leader, experts said at an orientation programme on National IPR Policy on Tuesday. Yashwant Dev Panwar, head of Patent Facilitating Centre at Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC), said in his address that India has come a long way in the last 20 years as far as IPR protection is concerned, but a lot more ground needs to be covered. "We need to see how to build on this. There needs to be integration of IPR in government policies. Better integration of thought processes is needed," Panwar said at the workshop at Science City, which was attended by participants from Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Goa, MP, and other states. Panwar pointed out that in spite of the progress made in terms of IP awareness, the number of patents filed in India is about 45,000 a year, as compared with 4.5 lakh in China. Ravinder Gaur, member secretary of State ...
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Imprints of time 19.6.2018 Hindu: Health
Narendra Desirazu is pushing the cause of art and creativity by offering prints of masterpieces for sale and rentals
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Who is Marga Faulstich and why a Google doodle for her 16.6.2018 Hindu: Home
While most of the world would be seeing the third doodle on FIFA World Cup on Friday, Indians and Germans were offered an artwork of a woman trying v
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Uber announces Uber Lite for Indian market; here are the app's unique features 13.6.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
Uber on Tuesday announced the launch of a newer version of its app - Uber Lite, specifically made and designed for Indian Android users. With a logo that is different from its quintessential black and white, the Uber Lite app sports a blue-and-white colour scheme. Addressing the press in New Delhi, Manik Gupta, VP and Head of Product, Uber, said that the team, over the past year, has understood the need to build products and features that match the needs and requirements of the Indian market. Uber decided to make the jump to developing a lite version of the app after they realised that close to 70% of people outside of the US market use an older model of a smartphone with slow internet. In its blog, Uber said that app was designed to make booking rides easier and quicker in spotty connectivity and slower than average internet speeds, on basic Android phones, and for people with limited data plans through a few new features. These are the features Guided pickups: Uber Lite guides users through the request ...
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‘Draft pesticide Pesticides Management bill will hurt farmers’ 10.6.2018 Hindu: Fitness
Clause on listing ingredients dropped.
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PM interacts with young innovators and Start-Up entrepreneurs across the country through video bridge 6.6.2018 Govt of india: PIB
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today interacted with young innovators and Start-Up entrepreneurs from across the country, through video bridge. This is the fourth interaction by the Prime Minister through video bridge series with various beneficiaries of Government schemes.
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IMA calls for redefiningmedical ethics in country 2.6.2018 Hindu: Cities
Wants medical ethics to be part of entire curriculum
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Gap in regulating biotech drug copies prompts WHO to step in 30.5.2018 General News
LONDON (Reuters) - Cut-price copies of expensive biotech drugs promise to slash the cost of treating serious diseases, including cancer, in rich and poor countries alike - but uneven regulation has created a lopsided market.
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AstraZeneca opens another medicines development centre 30.5.2018 General News
Bio-pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca officially opened its new Global Medicines Development (GMD) centre here today. The unit is one of AstraZeneca's nine GMD centres that the company has around the world that transforms breakthrough molecules into medicines and monitors their use and safety, the company said in a press release. With this opening, India would now play an even bigger role in AstraZeneca's global operations, the release said. The GMD Bengaluru team would focus on supporting AstraZeneca's medicines which covers treatments across a range of therapies, including oncological, respiratory and cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, it said. GMD Bengaluru plays a key role supporting 51 of AstraZenecas mature brands which are used by patients around the world. Last year, the team recruited scientific experts in the fields of regulatory science, clinical, and patient safety, and has grown from 30 to 70 people. The expansion would see a further increase to more ...
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India pitches for WTO talks on checking theft of traditional knowledge 30.5.2018 General News
India today pitched for reviving negotiations at World Trade Organization on issues related to prevention of theft of traditional knowledge such as Ayurveda and naturopathy. It is organising an international conference on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) - Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) linkage in Geneva on June 7 and 8, to re-energise talks on the subject, Joint Secretary in the Department of Commerce Sudhanshu Pandey told reporters here. The conference, he said, will witness participation from various countries such as Brazil, China, Indonesia, Peru, Philippines and New Zealand. Traditional knowledge, a kind of intellectual property, is something which is passed on from generation to generation within a community. It often forms part of a people's cultural and spiritual identity. In India it includes areas like Ayurveda, Yoga and naturopathy. Pandey said this is an important issue and the WTO members should deliberate upon this ...
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