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Press Releases from Prana PR (9 total)

BNP Paribas AMC wins “Asset Management Company of the Year” Award

BNP Paribas Mutual Fund which is one of the profitable fund houses in India has been awarded as ‘The Asset Management Company of the Year, India’ by Hong Kong’s The Asset Magazine, under its ‘The Asset Triple A Investment Awards 2016’ on June 7, 2016. The Asset Management is a renowned magazine which tracks and covers the Financial Industry of Asia. The awards were announced to recognize the contribution of the

Shop CJ brings Korean cosmetic brands in India

Shop CJ, Asia’s No. 1 Home Shopping Network, now brings the finest of beauty products for Indian women from the Beauty capital of the world – Korea. Countries likeU.S, Europe and entire South-East Asia is buzzing with the success of Korean beauty products. Making such high demand products easily available in Indian market, the first product offered by Shop CJ is Elisha Coy Gold Mineral BB cream. The face cream

Magzter launches global interactive advertising network in digital magazines

Magzter, the world's largest digital magazine newsstand today launched a new advertising platform in its iOS and Android mobile apps. Magzter has over 7,700 magazines and over 28.5 million users around the world. In what could be called as a pioneering and innovative move, Magzter now enables advertisers to reach out to millions of potential customers by showcasing interactive advertisements inside the most sought after digital magazines. Magzter also

Eight Indian Students Win British Council IELTS Scholarship Award 2013

Eight Indian students have been declared as winners of the British Council IELTS Scholarship Award 2013 and will receive INR 300,000 each towards the cost of tuition fees. Five winners will pursue full-time post-graduate programmes in the UK and three others will study in Australia, Canada and the United States of America. The British Council IELTS Scholarship Award was launched in the year 2010 with the objective of assisting Indian students

Real Estate developers appeal for rationalisation of regulations

There is an urgent need to rationalise the rules and regulations governing the real estate sector. Large portion of the inconsistencies emerge from archiac laws, guidelines that conflict with the development agenda of the economy, disparity in incentives given to larger projects as against the same given to smaller projects. Also, the current FDI norms also make it difficult for smaller developers to access capital easily. This echoed by Mr

Pesticide industry opposes temporary ban on Endosulfan in Karnataka. Challenges …

Mumbai, February 18, 2011: The 60-day temporary ban imposed by the government of Karnataka on production and usage in the state has evoked strong opposition from the manufacturers and formulators of Endosulfan across the country. Several associations representing the Endosulfan industry have issued statements criticizing the move. Commenting on the development, Mr Pradip Dave, President, Pesticides Manufactures and Formulators Association of India (PMFAI) expressed concern that the Karnataka Government decision appears

Right to Information confirms flaws in NIOH study

RTI applicant and Scientific Experts expose fundamental flaws in study Farmers and Workers across India demand withdrawal of NIOH report Ahmadabad, February 11, 2011: In a press conference held today an expert panel of lawyers and scientists shared details of how The Right to Information Act (RTI) helped expose and confirm the fundamental flaws in a scientific study on pesticide residue analysis by the National Institute of Occupational Health (NIOH), Ahmadabad. The

EU’s push to list Endosulfan as a Persistent Organic Pollutant (POP) against i …

"“Had Endosulfan been the cause of people’s suffering in Kasargod, farmers all over India would have been having similar issues, which is not the case” reasoned Mr. Chengal Reddy, voicing the farmers’ concerns at a press conference today. Mr. Chengal Reddy is Secretary General – Consortium of Indian Farmers Association and Chairman Federation of Farmers Associations. At a briefing organized by Pesticide Manufacturers and Formulators Association (PMFAI), Mr Reddy was

European Union move to push listing of Endosulfan to benefit European Crop Prote …

MUMBAI, 1ST FEBRUARY 2011: The Pesticide Manufacturers and Formulators Association of India (PMFAI) held a press conference today and invited speakers who pointed to European Union’s (EU) role in steering proceedings at international chemical conventions. The Stockholm Convention has been exploited by European Commission to further its trade interests as world market leader in crop protection chemicals. A push for elimination of the generic pesticide Endosulfan will directly promote the

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