Archive for February, 2007

Hyderabad to host Bio-Asia event from Feb 15-17

Bio-Asia 2007, the fourth edition of Asia’s biotech event, is set to commence from February15-17, 2007 in Hyderabad. The three-day event is to be hosted by the Federation of Asian Biotech Association (FABA) and the Andhra Pradesh government with the University of Hyderabad (UoH) and supported by the European Federation of Biotechnology as partners.
Five entrepreneurs – Sugen Life Sciences, Sri Balaji Biopharma India Ltd, EPR Pharmaceuticals, Celestial Labs and Rational Labs – are expected to start their new companies in Andhra Pradesh.

Further, the event will see delegations from Switzerland, Finland, Holland for the first time in the event. Delegates are expected from 15 member countries of FABA such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Japan, South Korea and Thailand.

According to BS Bajaj, secretary-general, FABA, the event is expected to have more B2B meets during the business forum sessions. To recall, about 45 MoUs were signed during the previous editions of Bio Asia. More than 50% of these MoUs have been implemented and are active and most of the B2B interactive meet arranged earlier have resulted in major collaborations in countries like Pakistan, the US, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, etc. A CEO conclave is being scheduled which would be addressed by Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, CMD, Biocon.

hyderabad roads

I just noticed how maps/google has expanded to cover Indian cities, pretty neat, however doesn’t give the directions.
Catch a glimpse of hyderabad here:
http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=hyderabad,+India&ie=UTF8&om=1&z=11&ll=17.399787,78.480148&spn=0.48552,0.946198

Iran to help restore Hyderabad’s architectural treasures

In what will be the biggest Indo-Iranian collaboration so far, the two countries are all set to come together on a project to renovate Hyderabad’s 400-year-old Qutub Shahi tombs.

Once the pride of Hyderabad, a mirror of the architectural brilliance built during the Qutub Shahi dynasty, the tombs have now fallen prey to years of poor maintenance. In a bid to save the city’s most famous monuments after the Charminar, Iran has collaborated with India to help give these 400-year-old monuments a much-needed facelift.
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