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Yoga Can Keep Youths Away From Drugs: Ravi Shankar

Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravishankar has said practising yoga, pranayam and meditation will help youths to keep away from drug and alcohol abuse. // 'Youths crave for something different and it is our duty to introduce yoga, pranayam and dhyan (meditation) to them,' he said while interacting ...

Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Lifeblood Medical for Its Innovation in Organ Preservation and Development of the Lifor(R) Solution

...ively differentiate from other organ transplant products both in the market and in visible development," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Barath shankar Subramanian. "By positioning focus in a high profile and underserved area of organ transplant through a highly innovative and flexible technology, Lif...

Panomics Inc.: Recipient of the Frost & Sullivan 2007 United States Drug Discovery Technologies Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award

... signaling requires a multi-faceted approach in order to characterize all of the events occurring in a cell," states Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst shankar Sellappan, Ph.D. "Panomics has taken this strategy to heart and developed the concept of Parallel Quantitative Biology to recognize, measure and chara...

George Harrison Fund for UNICEF Announces Donation for Bangladesh Cyclone Relief

...piration behind more recent humanitarian fundraising ventures like 'Band Aid' and 'Live Aid'. "I am pleased that the commitment that George and Ravi shankar made to the crisis in Bangladesh more than three decades ago is once again reaching out to assist the victims of Cyclone Sidr. Children are at their m...

Waters Corporation Receives Market Leadership and Product Innovation Awards

...herefore a complete solutions provider for users employing liquid chromatography as a separations methodology," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst shankar Sellappan, Ph.D. "Moreover, with additional uses and applications being developed for this technology, the company is set to benefit significantly in ...

Health Sector Has to Keep Pace With Countrys Development: Ramadoss

...ove cautiously, taking the various stakeholders into account. Rural Development Minister Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, Panchayati Raj Minister Mani shankar Aiyar, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Panabaka Lakshmi were present at the meeting. The NRHM, a flagship programme of the Hea...

Art of Living Foundation to Train Iraqi Youths

... He made the announcement late Wednesday as Ravi shankar met the ministers of youth and human rights as wel...ousands dead since 2003. On Thursday, Ravi shankar visited the holy city of Najaf, where Shia leader ...e statement quoted Aqaadi as saying. Ravi shankar met many Iraqi leaders including Shia cleric Al-Sh...

Diabetes The Leveler-Sweeping Across Nations

... any partiality- regardless of age, income, status, color or sex//. When shankar Vishwanath, 48, a team leader at a leading software company from Bangalore ... him from inheriting the metabolic disease - diabetes. And they were right. shankar weighs 110 kg, for his 5.93 feet height. Yet what surprised the doctor...

Exports Of Herbal & Dietary Products Has Huge Potential

.... Besides Mrs. Anita Das, Secretary in Department of AYUSH, Mr. Sajwan, Chief Executive officer, National Medicinal Plants Board and Dr. Darshan shankar from the FRLHT, Bangalore were also present at the workshop. The minister said: ‘Forests are the main repository of our rich bio-diversity and h...

Efforts Underway to Fight Alcoholism Among Tribals

...ee more families to pursue gur-making. One reason for the failure of this project was the tribals' love for toddy. "No one wants to leave toddy," said shankar of Khedut. But many people feel that if effective marketing strategies were in place the new enterprise could have done better. In states lik...
Shankar in Medical Technology

38.7 Million People Break Guinness World Record for Stand Up Speak Out on International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

... Pope Benedict XVI sent a message of support urging increased efforts to eliminate poverty. Indian spiritual leader his holiness Sri Sri Ravi shankar mobilized 30,000 people at his ashram in Bangalore and millions more across the globe to raise their voices through the Art of Living Foundati...
Shankar in Biological News

Story tips from the US Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, August 2008

...ith analysis and modeling components developed by a team led by Mallikarjun shankar of ORNL's Computational Sciences and Engineering Division. The wider area v...tential impact on population, transportation and critical infrastructures," shankar said. The project was funded by DOE's Office of Electricity Delivery and En...

Mom's obesity during conception phase may set the stage for offspring's obesity risk

...The "programming" of susceptibility to obesity occurs in the absence of changes in birth weights and other fetal outcomes. According to Dr. Kartik shankar of the Arkansas Children's Nutrition Center, "The mother's body composition at conception has important implications for the metabolism and risk of ob...
Shankar in Biological Technology

Frost & Sullivan Awards Baxter's BioPharma Solutions Business the 2008 North American Customer Service Leadership of the Year Award

...utical and biotechnology industry surveyed in the 2008 Frost & Sullivan Voice of the Customer analysis," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Barath shankar Subramanian. "BPS is one of the leading contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs) in the sterile manufacturing market -- especially pre-filled syrin...
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