Congratulations to Mother India.
Congratulations to our PM.
Congratulations to Team ISRO.
Congratulations to ALL INDIANS in India and around the World.
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Today, we scripted history on Wednesday with the success of its Mars mission. As the Mangalyaan entered the Mars orbit, making India the first country in the world to make it to the Red Plant in the first attempt. Mangalyaan moved a step closer to home after the dormant main engine on the spacecraft was test-fired flawlessly, ISRO looked confident of giving one final nudge to put it in orbit around Mars that saw it make space history.
(See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/live-indias-mars-mission-mangalyan-red-planet-mars-orbiter/#sthash.Uy75hsus.dpuf )
Good morning friends. I’s a good news about our city that it was chosen by the government to cater global markets. This has referenced to The Times of India where I always wanted to gather current information.
With this kind of news concerning our city, it will be a great deal withWhen the world’s leading R&D equipment maker, supplier and services provider ThermoFisher Scientific Inc decided to set up Asias first clinical trial supplies manufacturing and distribution plant, it turned to Ahmedabad. The $11-billion US giant chose Ahmedabad after a rigorous analysis of multiple pharma and biotech SEZs. “We considered six other locations including Hyderabad, Bangalore, Pune and Mohali,” says Fisher BioPharma Services India Pvt Ltd president and managing director Ram Gupta.
The company has acquired 15 acres at Zydus Cadilas Pharmez at Matoda and is putting up a 1.5 lakh sq ft facility to cater to global markets. In the first phase it is injecting $17 million in the greenfield facility that will commence production in the third week of November. Plans are afoot to invest another $50-odd milllion over the next five years in quadrupling capacities.
Incidentally, the Ahmedabad facility is ThermoFishers sixth clinial trial supplies facility and the first of its kind in Asia. The US company has three such plants in US and one each in UK and Switzerland.With over 30,000 employees, the NYSE-listed ThermoFisher caters to nearly 3.5 lakh customers in the pharma and biotech space across 150 countries.
“With pharma and biotech MNCs increasingly looking at India as a human clinical trials destination for new drugs, there was tremendous pressure from clients to set up base in the shortest possible time and Ahmedabad was the only city with completely approved pharma SEZs,” explains Gupta.What also swung things in Ahmedabads favour was the good manpower availability, superior quality of life and affordable living.
“Someone renting a 2BHK apartment in Mumbai or Bangalore can in the same budget easily get a 4BHK apartment or bungalow with a bit of greenery thrown in here,” he says. “Being a pharma and CRO hub, manpower with good technical capabilities at the middle level is easily available here. Its also easier to move top talent from cities like Bangalore and Hyderabad here because of the quality of life,” he adds
Monday, October 20, 2008. A new week started today. This week looks busy from today because many task to finish in this week. New week will be diwali vacation, so we have to finish in this week. One more appreciation for my state. GSRTC was awarded by the government of India for leading in economic use of diesel.
Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC) was awarded by
the Government of India for leading in economic use of diesel. During 200
5-06, GSRTC had shown an average of 4.72 km per litre.
Despite this, the corporation introduced fuel saving measures. This included proper maintenance, imparting suitable training to drivers, maintaining speed control
of vehicles. All these helped the corporation to increase average to 4.91 km per litre during 2006-07.
India State Road Transport Undertaking and Ministry of Road Transport & Highway, Government of India, found GSRTC one of the leading transportation corporations in the country for minimizing their average fuel consumption.
“The corporation took care to use the spare parts of only standard companies in the ST buses. This helped to decrease the breakdown from 1.30 during 2005-06 to 0.88 during 2006-07 per 10,000 km. The utility range per vehicle during 2006-07 per day increased to 376.55 km, which was a record,” says transport commissioner GS Aloria.
The award was given by the president of All India State Road Transport Undertaking to Gujarat ST Nigam in New Delhi recently.
Ref: timesofindia, guaranteedblinds, premierinns
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Good Morning friends,
Tuesday starts with prayer. Shivam Patel’s exam also starts from today, so bit busy with him in the morning. When I read timeofindia I found this article so inspirational, I like to share with you all. A 17 year girl Greema Patel from ahmedabad can fly in the skies. She has a private flying license from US. She is not eligible to drive car in ahmedabad as RTO not allowed license below the age of 18 year.
Greema had decided to become a pilot when she was in class X. Her dreams took flight at Ahmedabad Aviation and Aeronautics Limited, in Mehsana. After getting 10 hours of flying to her credit, Greema decided it was time to move on.
Her father, who is mukhi (chief) of the village, gave wings to her dreams by sending her to Florida. Between April and September this year, Greema completed 80 hours of flying there. And, when Greema was just two months over 17 years, she got a licence to fly.
“The training period at Florida was very difficult and thrilling at the same time. It was difficult because I was staying alone at the aviation school in Florida and thrilling because of my flights in the skies,” says Greema.