Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Who broke #Vidyasagarstatue in #Kolkata yesterday ? #BengalBurning #BengalBlameGame #AskAnupam Article 324 #AbkiBaar300Paar #Guwahati




LifeArc and GVK BIO celebrate their 10 year-long of partnership

Kolkata : Hyderabad headquartered GVK BIO, a global Contract Research and Development Organisation (CRDO), and LifeArc, a UK based medical research charity organisation, recently celebrated the completion of 10 years of partnership.



Over the past decade, LifeArc scientific teams have focused their efforts on modulating novel targets with therapeutic potential in diseases where there is patient need, with the GVK BIO team assisting in synthesizing complex molecules rapidly and cost effectively to drive iterative improvement in efficacy and safety.

“The longevity of this partnership, and the transformative results of the collaboration, serve as a testament to the capabilities of the GVK BIO team and its commitment to work with customers to make a difference in human life. We look forward to continuing this successful relationship with LifeArc in the coming years,” said Manni Kantipudi, Director & Chief Executive Officer, GVK BIO.

Commenting on the partnership, Melanie Lee, Chief Executive Officer, LifeArc, said, “At LifeArc, we’re committed to translating scientific innovation to benefit patients. Our partnership with GVK BIO is a strong example of how shared goals and collaboration can create real value.

Sunday, May 12, 2019

Building an image using @Twitter ; the @narendramodi formula #KhanMarketGang

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that it is his “45 years of toil” and not the “Khan Market gang or Lutyens Delhi” that has created his image, and it cannot be dismantled, The Indian Express reported on Sunday.
On Twitter, Modi has 47.2 million followers making him the third most followed person on Twitter globally.
University of Michigan professor Joyojeet Pal argued that Prime Minister Modi revolutionized his political activism through social media.

“The reason that social media is important in the case of Narendra Modi is that the political actor can choose to use the social media as their primary line of output,” Pal said.


According to Pal, country size, elite affiliation and media logic are important in a politician’s decision to use social media as a tool for discourse.

Narendra Modi was originally depicted by the media in a negative light, particularly for his role during the Hindu-Muslim riots of 2002. Modi was criticized for failing to stop the riots in a timely manner as Chief Minister of Gujarat, a northern Indian state.
Modi was able to change his reputation through a strategic social media presence that includes a LinkedIn profile, a Facebook, an Instagram, a Pinterest and a YouTube channel where he puts his official radio speeches as well as other videos on topics such as how to live well.

Pal’s research shows that Modi’s sarcastic and ironic tweets are re-tweeted the most, a phenomenon shared by 2016 US Presidential candidate Donald Trump.

According to the research, Modi also tweets about international relations in the language of the countries he visits.

“He shows a real sensitivity to what the key topics are in that country in the ‘twitter-sphere’ when he goes there,” Pal said.


Joyojeet Pal is an associate professor at the School of Information at the University of Michigan.

Friday, April 19, 2019

CJI #RanjanGogoi says there is a larger conspiracy to destabilise the #judiciary in India




Wednesday, April 17, 2019

50 lakh jobs lost after #Demonetization says a report by @azimpremjiuniv

According to a report by Azim Premji University's Centre for Sustainable Employment, 50 lakh people lost their jobs after Narendra Modi’s demonetisation exercise in November 2016.
The report was formed using data from the Consumer Pyramids Survey of the Centre for Monitoring the Indian Economy (CMIE-CPDX) to understand the employment situation between 2016 and 2018. CMIE-CPDX, a nationally representative survey, covers about 160,000 households and 522,000 individuals.



A leaked copy of the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) report accessed by the media had shown that unemployment had touched a 45-year-high of 6.1 per cent in 2017-2018.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Should #Modi ask for votes in the name of the followings or #Nationalism ? #LokSabhaElections2019 #BharatBoleModiFirSe #BanAzamKhan




Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Cloud infra major @OVH begins operations in India

Months after opening an office in Bengaluru, global leader in cloud infrastructure OVH, on Wednesday announced its operations in India.



“In the last two years, the public cloud services market in India has seen phenomenal growth – reaching $1.8 billion in 2017. By 2020, this figure is expected to reach $4.1 billion. Due to its size and scale, India is very well-placed to take advantage of the data revolution and we want to help Indian businesses to develop new ideas through a smart cloud,” said Alain Fiocco, EVP Chief Technology Officer (CTO), OVH.

Last year OVH acquired VMware vCloud Air. In India the company has integrated vCloud Air employees into the OVH organisation, increasing the size, expertise, and experience of its local team. The expanded sales team has already recruited several thousand customers and the company is seeing high growth.

 Sudheesh Sudhakaran, Managing Director, OVH India said, “The Digital Launch Pad initiative is another example of our commitment to our customers, and our focus on helping them grow. We carefully evaluated the Indian market and are providing what our customer’s need, which is a safe forum to experiment with different projects, coupled with support from OVH’s experts to develop their ideas.”