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Bangalore to host the fifth edition of Indian Fharma Fair in hybrid mode

New Delhi [India]: The fifth edition of Vedshiv Business Media’s Indian Fharma Fair (IFF) 2021, a pharmaceutical and healthcare exhibition, will be held in at Manpho Convention Center, Bangalore from November 27 28. This expo will focus on current trends and innovations in Indian healthcare, including generic drug manufacture, allopathic, nutraceutical, Ayurvedic and herbal medicine, cosmetics, technological development, and so on.The Indian Pharma Fair is one of the country’s major pharma exhibits, bringing together hundreds of industry professionals to discuss their experiences with goods, customers, business, and sales. This pharmaceutical expo brings people from all around the world together in one place. It is one of the largest B2B trade exhibitions in the business, including attendees from the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries.“This exhibition will focus on expanding the pharmaceutical industry in India, mostly through PCD/franchise 3rd party manufacturing. This exhibition is expected to attract pharma specialists…

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K’taka CM takes stock of damage due to rains in Bengaluru, directs officials to help people

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India]: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Friday held a meeting with senior officials of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and state ministers to take stock of the damages caused due to rains in the last one month in Bengaluru. Speaking about the meeting, Gourav Gupta, Chief Commissioner, BBMP told ANI that, to prevent further damage and to control the situation at hand, Bommai instructed Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike to take up remedial measures, and necessary construction work.All zonal officers, zonal commissioners, joint commissioners and chief engineers attended the meeting. “All officials have been given timelines and instructions to supervise the functioning. We are ought to go out in the field and see that all our officers are there to respond to the ground-level situation. Particularly with reference to the sudden flash rains that are afflicting the city and besides that, other…

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Mumbai, Bangalore and London named among World’s top startup hubs

Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]: London, Mumbai and Bangalore have featured among the world’s top startup hubs, according to a comprehensive ranking of international startup hubs compiled by Startup Genome for its annual Global Startup Ecosystem Report 2021.Despite Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic, London maintained its second-place ranking tied with New York for the second year in a row. Bangalore also ranked in the top 30 global tech hubs (#23 globally) and Delhi made it into the top 40 list, coming in at 36th. Mumbai maintained its first position in the Emerging Ecosystems ranking (ecosystems in earlier stages of growth that have high potential to be global performers in the future), outperforming other fast-growing ecosystems in areas of funding, performance, market research, and talent.Released to coincide with London Tech Week, the largest tech event in Europe, the report ranks the leading 140 startup ecosystems based on…

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Karnataka attracted maximum share of FDIs in April-June fiscal in India: Minister Nirani

Bangalore (Karnataka) [India], September 8 : Karnataka has attracted a maximum share of Rs 62,085 crore Foreign Direct Investments in the April-June fiscal in the country, announced Large and Medium Industries Minister Murugesh Nirani on Wednesday.Addressing reporter at Vidhana Soudha here, Nirani said the State is the top recipient of FDI inflows in India in the first quarter of the current fiscal. “Karnataka attracted Rs 62,085 crore investments in the April-June fiscal and became a top recipient with 48 per cent share of total FDIs in India. Our state had attracted Rs 30,746 crore FDI in 2019-20 and stood at the third spot and in 2020-21 we maintained the third spot by attracting Rs 56,884 crore,” Nirani said in a statement.Lauding the Karnataka Udyoga Mitra (Single window agency for investments) for emerging as the country’s top Investment Promotion Agency (IPA), Nirani said Udyoga Mitra’s…

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App-based service ‘The Fuel Delivery’ launches operations in Bengaluru

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [ANI/News Voir): App-based door-to-door fuel delivery service provider ‘The Fuel Delivery’ today announced the launch of its operations in Bengaluru. After Delhi and Mumbai, this is the start-up’s third city of operations as part of its expansion plans. It will cater to diverse sectors, including infrastructure development (both under construction and occupied projects), hospitality & healthcare, corporate offices & IT parks, Manufacturing & Industries, educational institutions, Shopping malls, Warehouses, Agriculture and mining machinery. Founded in 2020, The Fuel Delivery is presently operational in Delhi NCR and launched in Mumbai operations as well in 2021. The Fuel Delivery’s services are available 24X7 through on-demand app based on a pre-set delivery timing as well express delivery, and location preference.On the occasion, Rakshit Mathur, Founder and CEO, The Fuel Delivery, said, “Bengaluru is a vibrant commercial hub that has witnessed a tremendous surge in fuel…