EPIL


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AcronymDefinition
EPILEuropean Project for Interreligious Learning (Zürich, Switzerland)
EPILEarly Placenta Insulin-Like Growth Factor (breast cancer research peptide)
EPILEngineering Projects India Limited (est. 1970)
EPILEncyclopaedia of Public International Law
EPILElectron and Photon Impact Laboratory
EPILEuropean Paint Importers Ltd. (Cork, Ireland)
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Major organization : EDEN PROJECT INTERNATIONAL (EPIL)
The local subsidiary of Luxembourg-based ArcelorMittal Group sought the National Company Law Tribunal's (NCLT) intervention to direct EPIL's lenders to re-vote on its plan and restrain the resolution professional (RP) and lenders from proceeding with implementation of RPIF's resolution.
I have a wish to ask from the Lord-good health for my family, Epil said.
EPIL said it viewed the acquisition as an opportunity to create either a major HQ or three buildings.
In the middle of the 1990s, my former WCC colleague Reinhild Traitler, programme director at the Boldern Evangelical Study Centre in Mannedorf Zurich, and I co-founded the European Project for Interreligious Learning (EPIL).
On July 20 last year, Bahuguna had announced that the EPIL, a government of India enterprise, was given the responsibility of redeveloping and removing debris from Kedarnath.
Epil's joint founders and owners, Abdulla Zubair Mylanchikkal and Abdul Qadir Mohamed Theruvath, said: "Our business has witnessed solid growth over the past two decades.
"We've invested in Accordion (through EPIL), plan on using their services ourselves, and are confident they will be successful here in the Middle East," added Dvivedi.
EPIL, established as a partnership firm in 1980, was converted to a public limited company in 2001.
Technicians from the laboratories of cosmetic scientist Sunjata Jolly will install the Epil Pro hair removal machine which sends a sound wave down hair follicles causing the follicle to disintegrate.
New Delhi: Consultancy firms HSCC and EPIL are likely to be the first set of state-owned firms which will be merged with their peers in the current fiscal.