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At the time, her wildlife researcher son Subir joined her cause.
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A deputy governor with the Indian central bank, Subir Gokarn, has said that commercial banks in the nation might find it difficult to raise capital as required by the Basel III norms.
It is too soon to consider a policy response to a surprise slowing of India's inflation in July, central bank Deputy Governor Subir Gokarn said, while warning that rising global crude prices were a risk to inflation.
But, RBI deputy governor Subir Gokarn's comment that below-trend growth and falling crude oil prices offer a window to ease policy stance soothed investor's nerves.
Subir Gokarn emphasized the need of empowering the women and providing them financial strength.
So, he and Subir Ghorai developed a one-pot reaction using materials found in most chemistry laboratories.
'His shell will be preserved,' said zoo director Subir Chowdhury, who added that carbon-dating would be used to determine the true age of the creature.
Muzzaffar Mir (India) Rama Devi Mittal (India) Shivanada Nayak (Trinidad and Tobago, WI) Sorin Giju (Romania) Subir Kumar Das (India) Tatiyana Lobachevskaya (Russia) Victor Olaosebikan (Nigeria) DOI: 10.1373 / clinchem.2006.069542
Subir Bose, managing director, Berger Paints, said that the Rewari unit in Haryana, which will be the company's eighth unit being set up and will produce paints for the automotive sector, will begin production in January next year, while the Russian site will begin the production in July this year.