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Ferring Donates US$3 Million to the Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan

SAINT PREX, Switzerland, July 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Frederik Paulsen, Chairman of Ferring Pharmaceuticals, a pharmaceutical company with presence in all major European markets and in the US, announced a US$3 million donation to the Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan. This money will be used to fund ...

Beef, Pork Ban Hit Bhutan Restaurateurs

Restaurants and the flourishing livestock trade in Bhutan have been hit hard with the government banning the sale of beef and pork following an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in the kingdom.// A Bhutan government spokesperson said cases of the contagious viral disease that affects all specie...

HIV/AIDS Epidemic Scare In Bhutan

The Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan is racing against time to prevent HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, from assuming epidemic proportions with the nation witnessing a rise in// the number of prostitutes and lack of safe sex practices. Bhutan's Public Health Division has launched a three-year prog...

India to Revive Exporting of Processed Chicken to Bhutan

Nearly seven months after banning the import of poultry products following an outbreak of bird flu in India, Bhutanese officials are making// arrangements to allow "restricted" processed chicken from the country. A processing unit in India's West Bengal state has been identified from where th...

Indian Luxury Hotel Boss Calls for Major City Clean-up

... "India has a tremendous future if we get our act together," he added. The Oberoi Group also operates or owns hotels in Egypt, Australia, bhutan and Cambodia among other countries. ...

Routine Hib Vaccination Could Save Innumerable Asian Children

...hildren in Asian countries are presently not benefiting from this easy, life-saving vaccine. However, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and bhutan have reviewed existing evidence and made the decision to bring in Hib vaccine and applied for support from the GAVI Alliance. "We are delight...

Hib Vaccination can Prevent Pneumonia

...e-saving vaccine. However, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and bhutan have reviewed available evidence and made the decision to introduce Hib vac...iance and the countries of Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and bhutan for moving quickly to reduce needless Hib related child deaths. ...

Bio-Rad Gets Life Science Industry Awards – 200

... offices at Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Hyderabad. The company’s operations in the neighbouring countries of Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, bhutan and Maldives are also coordinated from the Bio-Rad India. For any queries please contact Marketing Manager Bio-Rad Laboratories To learn ...

Bhutan Leads the World in Preserving the Environment

...Tuesday to mark the 20th anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Ozone, the bhutan government will clearly create a landmark in the international drive to protect the environment. The government of bhutan has made environmental protection a centerpiece in its development agenda. ...

Indian Doctors Headed to Lahore to Take Part in Gynecology Conference

...sons of the conference and both are very happy that over 600 delegates will visit Lahore from Pakistan, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, bhutan and Myanmar," Malhotra said. The Indian delegation is carrying desi sweets like laddoos, Agra ka petha, mementoes and gifts for their counterpar...

Tobacco Smugglers are Helping Terrorists: WHO

...least 350 billion cigarette sticks are now being smuggled every month across the world," the official said. Apart from the EU, China, Brazil and bhutan are some of the countries where tobacco smuggling is quite rampant, he said. "With terrorism spreading its tentacles, the new development is sta...

Indian Chicken Back On Bhutanese Platter

... Chicken from India is back in bhutan - processed, sealed, frozen and selling real fast. // About 3,000 kg ...ensel said. Two months after New Delhi declared itself avian flu-free, bhutan on Oct 11 lifted an eight-month ban on the import of poultry, eggs and rela...

Apollo Eyes Expansion in Kolkata, Opens Ayurveda Clinic

...2 hospitals, mostly in the southern states, also plans to open hospitals in Mumbai and Bhubaneswar, Reddy said. Besides, it is in talks with the bhutan and Myanmar governments for setting up hospitals. The Rs.10 billion group is eyeing a 35 percent growth in the current fiscal, Reddy said. ...

Bhutan Lifts Ban on Poultry from India

... bhutan has lifted an eight-month ban on the import of poultry, eggs and related pr...t. "All consignment should be transported in refrigerated vehicles to bhutan and the quantity of each consignment will be specified," the statement said...

Nepal Plans to Promote Health Tourism Based on Traditional Medicine

...s ranging from Rs.10,000 to Rs.12,000 per head inclusive of airfare and hospitality, the official foresees a good response. Together with India, bhutan and Bangladesh, Nepal is trying to develop its Buddhist pilgrim centres like Lumbini Gardens, the birthplace of the Buddha, under an Asian Development...

Malaria Epidemic Forces Assam Rebels Out Of The Jungle

...g the malaria season for treatment," Assam Inspector General of Police Khagen Sharma told IANS. "During the days when the ULFA had its bases in bhutan we found cadres coming out of their hideouts after being hit by malaria." A retired chief engineer of the state's Public Works Department (PWD) ...
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