Antibody tests to check immunity to SARS-Cov2 lacks evidence: Raman Gangakhedkar
Gangakhedkar’s statement came during a webinar organized by the National Cancer Grid, in a presentation on the evolution of the testing protocol of the government for the virus outbreak. Gangakhedar is one of the key members of ICMR driving India’s Covid-19 strategy.
Sonalika Tractors sales grow 47.8 % to 15,200 units in June
Commenting on the sales performance, Sonalika Group Executive Director Raman Mittal said the company's investment in the vertical integrated manufacturing unit helped it to ramp up production within a very short span of lockdown relaxation.
ICMR's chief epidemiologist retires, sources say will continue to advise govt in Covid-19 policy decisions
A public health expert in communicable disease, Raman Gangakhedkar was instrumental in the prevention and control measures of the HIV epidemic two decades ago.
Chardham yatra to open for Uttarakhand pilgrims from July 1
An order permitting Uttarakhand residents to visit the four temples from July 1 subject to various anti-COVID precautionary measures and restrictions was issued by the Board's CEO Ravinath Raman on Monday.
Positive antibody tests not proof of immunity
Gangakhedkar’s statement came during a webinar organized by the National Cancer Grid, in a presentation on the evolution of the testing protocol of the government for the virus outbreak.
Softbank-Bharti green energy JV taps Brookfield for up to $600 million funds
The need for funds is immediate and so they are open to various structures, said a global clean tech investor. However, most industry participants believe parent Softbank may eventually sell a larger chunk, even majority to bring on board large institutional investors to deal with its own liquidity challenges.
JP Nadda likely to retain most of his top office-bearers
After the national president, posts of general secretary are the most important ones. Currently, BJP has eight general secretaries including BL Santosh, who is in charge of the organisation.
Most temples across Uttarakhand reopen, Chardham remains closed
Chardham priests are opposed to opening their gates for throngs of devotees who may be coming from high-load COVID-19 zones. They have written to Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat requesting him not to start yatra to these temples till at least June 30.
Chardham yatra not to start till Jun 30
The priests, stakeholders and hak-hakookdharis of the four Himalayan temples -- Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri -- also known as "chardham", had urged the authorities not to start the pilgrimage till June 30 in view of the rising number of COVID-19 cases.
Extend moratorium to NBFCs' bank borrowings: Raman Aggarwal
Certain measures announced by RBI need some finetuning, says Co-Chairman, FIDC.
Karnataka deploys tele-ICU solution to deal with Covid-19
The tele ICU enables hospitals to have their beds and their patient data remotely monitored via real time audio visual tools and internet connected sensors while giving hospitals access to highly qualified remote intensivists and nurses.
ED books Medanta Medicity Hospital and office bearers on money laundering charges
Last Saturday, following orders of a Court in Gurugram, the Gurugram Police had registered an FIR against the Medanta Medicity Hospital and its chairman and promoter Dr Naresh Trehan for corruption and money laundering charges.
Tractor makers explore rental route as agricultural economy grows
With the country seeing a good rabi crop and a bumper harvest in the offing, workers see a future for themselves in the agriculture space. Some industry experts think labourers will stay back even for sowing and not come back till November.
India needs to know how to win big moments: WV Raman Indian Women’s Cricket Team Head Coach
First thing is you just let them flower and don’t tamper much. Second, you need to try and make the most of the talent without putting any real pressure. I can tell you something very honestly. With the talent we have in this team and if they are groomed well, we will have a world number one side in three years’ time.
SB Energy on track to achieve solar energy target in India: Raman Nanda, CEO, SB Energy Global
The real target for companies with long-term vision to be a global leader would be to build 100 GW. Within the next 10 years, we will see 100 GW companies in renewables or even in just solar. We are prepared to be one of them. India maybe contribute to half of that capacity, said Nanda in the interview with ET.
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