Thursday, May 21, 2020

Pl. donate generously to Rebuild #WestBengal & #prayforwestbengal post #CycloneAmphan

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

No plans to invite #FDI in @CoalIndiaHQ : @JoshiPralhad at #Mining #Exhibition #IME2019 #Kolkata

Has Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana (PMFBY) failed? #JoblessNewIndia

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

. @TataChemicals wins prestigious 'Porter Prize 2019' named after @HarvardHBS professor @MichaelEPorter

Commenting on the award,  Zarir Langrana, Executive Director and President, Global Chemicals Business at Tata Chemicals said, “This award is a true recognition of the organisation’s relentless effort to be ahead of the curve through our strategic thinking and innovation. Having achieved a leadership position in the space we operate in, the company continues to amplify its efforts in inventing sustainable product portfolios to achieve the next level of growth. This award is also an appreciation to all my colleagues at Tata Chemicals for their generous support for all these years to achieve our strategic goals.  As a science-led organisation, we continue to serve the society through science & innovation and be a leader in corporate sustainability, focusing on all three elements of 'people, planet and profits'.”

Friday, September 20, 2019

Rs 1.45 lakh cr #CorporateTaxcut : Good or Bad for Indian #Economy ?

Monday, September 16, 2019

Launch of AMR hub in #Kolkata to boost fight against antibiotic-resistant superbugs

The new AMR hub in Kolkata  developed in collaboration with the USA aims to identify antibiotics that work best against fighting diseases and frame a policy for use of antibiotic medicine in the country.It will carry out basic research and have a repository of viral strains that are being collected from all over the country. The repository has started receiving strains which will be characterized and used to identify if they have resistance to antibiotics.

US ambassador to India Kenneth I Juster, who was present at the AMR inauguration in Kolkata  pointed out that antibiotic resistance is rising in India, which makes India an important partner in the fight against this menace.

Friday, September 13, 2019

Electrical fires can be prevented with strict regulations, standards & innovative solutions

Speaking at the event Sanjeev Ranjan, Managing Director, ICA India said, “In India there are on an average 13 fatalities per day due to electrical accidents. This not only, is a loss to the economy, where crores of rupees are spent on compensation and maintenance but also endangers life. We at ICA India strive to empower people with knowledge to overcome electrical hazards through our campaigns and initiatives. As the old adage says 'prevention is better than cure', applies aptly to electrical hazards and fire accidents as well. Using the right circuit integrity cables or fire survivable cables for public buildings can prevent loss of life and property. We hope that by sharing the knowledge and driving these facts we would be able to arrest these unfortunate incidents.”

The experts from the regulatory bodies pointed out how despite having sufficient regulations and standards in place we are still struggling with better electrical safety applications due to lack of awareness amongst the masses.Debashish Banerjee, Managing Director, CESC said “There have been several fire incidents over the last six months that were caused by improper wiring standards. Awareness on electrical fire safety is extremely essential and events such as these help immensely towards that aim.