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Glenmark Pharmaceutical launches biosimilar of Adalimumab in India

Glenmark Pharmaceuticals has launched the biosimilar of Adalimumab under a licensing agreement with Cadila Healthcare, the Zydus group for the treatment of Plaque Psoriasis and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Developed by the researchers at the Zydus Research Centre, the biosimilar of Adalimumab was first launched by Zydus in 2014 and is manufactured …

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HIL launches new product ‘Charminar Fortune’ in Andhra Pradesh

HIL has launched its new product ‘Charminar Fortune’ in Andhra Pradesh. This advanced research-based, green roofing solution has been developed by HIL in-house at its plant located at Kondapalli, Andhra Pradesh. Charminar Fortune is a new addition to the company’s Roofing products which is Asbestos free and marketed under the …

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HCG inks agreement to acquire 48.5% shareholding in Strand Life Sciences

HealthCare Global Enterprises (HCG) has entered into definitive agreements providing for a business combination of its Triesta Sciences business unit (Triesta Sciences), with Strand Life Sciences, a company incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956. The company has entered into a Business Transfer Agreement (BTA), a Share Subscription Agreement (SSA) and …

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Enhancing Machine Skills Of 120 Iti/Diploma Pass-Outs

Hindustan Zinc Mining Academy to train new batch in Jumbo Drill Operations under 18 months Residential Program … The mining sector has the potential to create hundreds of thousands of jobs in the country thus eradicating poverty at large. Indian natural resource industry has seen significant change in the last 10 years in …

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Silver – this white Gold glitters more than Gold…

Globally, 51% Silver is used for Industrial Fabrication… The highest usage of Silver, globally, is Industrial Fabrication (51%), followed by Coins and Bars (25%), Jewellery (19%) and Silverware (5%) With the entire spotlight usually given to Gold, Silver gets side-lined and is considered as Gold’s poorer cousin. Gold is considered …

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Is AI more important than Big Data for IoT Implementation?

The development of the internet of things has revolutionized the heavy industry, online shopping, localized data collection and virtually every other aspect of modern life and business. However, innovators are still struggling over the future of the IoT, and how they’ll get there. While many see big data as the …

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Silver Glitters in My Medicine…

Silver has been known since ancient time. It was one of the first five metals to be discovered. Mankind learned to separate silver from lead back in 3000 BC. Silver objects have been found dating back before 4000 BC. It is believed the element was discovered around 5000 BC. Silver …

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How Malaysian SMEs Can Win Big

Malaysian SMEs (Small Medium-sized Enterprises) is the largest business establishment and vital component of the country’s economic development but how to make them win BIG? Some local research identified five key challenges faced by Malaysian SMEs : Lack of access to finance Human resource constraints Limited or inability to adopt …

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Silver, the Noblest Precious Metal

To the knowledge of all, the lines that we see on the rear windscreen of cars, that are used for defrosting and defogging, are made from Silver. Surprisingly, in the United States, an alloy can only be called Silver if it has at least 90% Pure Silver.  It is believed that …

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Being Safe Workshop held at Zinc Smelter Debari

Hindustan Zinc conducted its 18thsafety interactive workshop – Being Safe at Zinc Smelter Debari Hindustan Zinc conducted Being Safe workshop on 20th December 2017 at Zinc Smelter Debari to promote safety awareness amongst the employees. The workshop was attended by over 200 contract and regular employees of Hindustan Zinc. The workshop …

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SEA View v/s SEE View

Who does not want to have a bungalow or flat facing sea.  Globally, everyone wants to stay in room in a hotel that is facing sea-view. The mesmerising nature has its own depth like ocean which cannot be measured. But not many know that the coastal environment causes severe damage …

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A Marvel in Hot-dip Galvanization

Bergen County Bridge- Fairlawn/Patterson, NJ, 2009  Breaking through a lush grove of trees to connect the cities of Fairlawn and Patterson, New Jersey, the Bergen County bridge is one of several in the state to utilize hot-dip galvanized steel for corrosion protection.  A natural surface appearance was desired by both communities to help …

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Galvanised Steel for Kedarnath Pilgrimage Temple Bridge

Who can forget the year 2013 when humanity saw one of the worst natural disasters in the history of India. Due to cloudbursts in the state of Uttarakhand, the flash floods in river Ganga and landslides washed away thousands of lives.  The Kedarnath bridge at Sonprayag also washed out due …

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Restoring the Statue of Liberty with ZINC

The Statue of Liberty is a sculpture on Liberty Island in New York City which symbolizes the United States of America to millions of people around the world. The 151 feet statue was a gift from France to the United States and was designed by French sculptor – Frédéric Auguste …

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Zinc – The Powerhouse of Electricity Poles

When India is looking ahead providing electricity in every village and progressively moving towards Smart Cities Project, Digital India and Make in India, the very basis of infrastructure, the power transmission, needs to be protected for many years…. And that is where Zinc will again prove to be a future …

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If Eiffel Tower was Galvanized…

15 months rigorous job by 25 painters – 60,000 KGs of Paint – 1500 brushes – 5000 sanding disks – 1500 set of work clothes and USD 20 million each time – this is what it takes to keep the world’s most sought after Tower standing.  The Eiffel Tower is …

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