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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Pearl-Culture

Pearls, one of the highly esteemed gems, are very valuable due to the high demand and prices for them. Several countries bordering the Indian and Pacific Oceans and some countries along the Eastern Atlantic Ocean have pearl oyster resources. Cultured pearls are broadly classified into: nacreous layer pearls, prismatic layer pearls, and organic layer pearls. Different molluscs produce pearls of different colours. The colour of a pearl is usually similar to the colour of the shell nacre of the mollusc which produces it; this character is genetically controlled. The United States freshwater pearl industry is adding to the world’s natural pearl market. About 9 to 11 pounds of natural pearls are discovered for every 2,000 tons of freshwater mussel shells harvested to be used as nuclei in the cultured pearl market.

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Plastic Extrusion Project information

Plastics extrusion is a high volume manufacturing process in which raw plastic material is melted and formed into a continuous profile. The plastics & polymers industry in India has been growing at a healthy rate of 14-15% per annum.


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Ostriches

The Ostrich (Struthio camelus) is a flightless bird native to Africa. It is the only living species of its family, Struthionidae, and its genus, Struthio. They are distinct in their appearance, with a long neck and legs and the ability to run at speeds of about 65 km/h (40 mph). Ostrich leather is a popular product for making boots, clothing and upholstery. An adult ostrich will produce 14 square feet of hide. One hide can made three pairs of boots. South Africa has the world’s largest industry with approximately 400 producers. Ostrich is known as the healthy red meat alternative and this is where its marketing potential lies.

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Thursday, January 25, 2007

India Is Booming: Componex/electronicIndia 2007 in the Starting Blocks with a Record Number of Exhibitors

India Is Booming: Componex/electronicIndia 2007 in the Starting Blocks with a Record Number of Exhibitors: "India Is Booming: Componex/electronicIndia 2007 in the Starting Blocks with a Record Number of Exhibitors

About 800 exhibitors and 30 percent more exhibition floor space

Featuring key industry players and SMEs from India and abroad

“International Conference on Contract Manufacturing: The Indian Perspective” rounds off comprehensive exhibition program

Double-digit growth forecasts for India’s electronics industry
From 6 - 8 February 2007, India’s electronics industry will be gathering in New Delhi for the country’s most important event in this sector: Componex/electronicIndia 2007, the 12th International Conference and Exhibition for Electronic Components, Materials and Production Equipment, will then be inviting the electronics community to come to the Pragati Maidan Exhibition Center"

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Franchise Plus:: What Makes a Successful Franchisee?

Franchise Plus:: What Makes a Successful Franchisee? :
"Does The Absence Of Industry Status Hamper The Growth Of Franchising?

High investments and long break-even periods in retail have always discouraged investors. Franchisors and those associated with the business model feel that granting industry status to franchising would mean easier financing options and help the business grow.

C. Gopalakrishnan, MD, Nilgiris Franchise Pvt. Ltd.
Kamal Oberoi, Business Head, Da Milano
Gurpreet Gulri, Country Manager, Subway
Ashish Kapur, MD, Yo China!
Brotin Banerjee, COO, Barista
Jairam Benan, CMD, Sagar Ratna"

Algae Diesel

The global market for biodiesel is poised for explosive growth in the next ten years. Although Europe currently represents 90% of global biodiesel consumption and production, the U.S. is now ramping up production at a faster rate than Europe, and Brazil is expected to surpass U.S. and European biodiesel production by the year 2015. It is possible that biodiesel could represent as much as 20% of all on-road diesel used in Brazil, Europe, China and India by the year 2020.

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Sunday, January 21, 2007

Organic Vegetables @ Chennai

Here is an interesting place where you find Organic Vegetables, Fruits at Chennai
Find it @ Maison Des Gourmets is at 5, Cenotaph Road, Chennai ph: 64502050.
Click this link

Saturday, January 20, 2007

Respected sir,
I am research Scholar of Center for Development Studies,trivandrum, Kerala.
I am doing research on contract farming.
Sir i am orissa, sir can give some information where i cando my field suvery about contract farming nad i want some informationstate wise information about contract farming.
sir please help me forwhich i can work out my thesis.
please sir,
thanking you
yours faithfully
Braja Bandhu Swain
PHd Scholar
CDS-JNU
mailto:braja@cds.ac.in
Dear Braja
Take a look at
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You get all the data you are looking for !
best wishes
M.SundaraRajan

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Monday, January 15, 2007

ethanol from molasses Business Opportunities

ethanol from molasses Business Opportunities
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Thursday, January 11, 2007

Acorus Calamus

Sweet flag is a grass-like, rhizome forming, perennial that can grow to 2 meters high, resembling an iris. This species inhabits perpetually wet areas like the edges of streams and around ponds and lakes, in ditches and seeps. It often shares habitat with the common cat-tail. The leaves of Acorus calamus are fragrant, the smell can be a means of recognizing it. The odor is aromatic and agreeable, and taste pungent and bitter. Internally the rootstock is whitish and of a spongy texture. The aromatic odor and pungent, bitter taste are retained in the dried article.

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Monday, January 08, 2007

Gold Refinery

India being the largest consumer of gold jewellary and with a very low production of gold, it largely depends on imported fine gold. Indian jewellary has huge demand in world with estimated exports worth US $ 3,813 million in 2004 - 05.

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Friday, January 05, 2007

Bio Drain

Biodrains are configured into two different types mainly Annulur flow systems and baffled flow systems. The bio-drain configuration could be easily fabricated and installed in the existing residential units and commercial establishments to reduce the decaying matter being taken directly to drains. The BioDrain fluid management system can be used to dispose of fluid wastes from many medical procedures, including: Orthopedic , Urologic , Obstetrics/Gynecologic , Neurosurgery , Plastic Surgery , Other / any endoscopic procedure , Any open general surgeries.

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Thursday, January 04, 2007

Hallmarking

A hallmark is a quality control mark placed on an article made of precious metal. Sometimes called a hall, assay or standard mark. It is usually applied after accurate independent testing by an assay office. In the United Kingdom, there are four Assay Offices which are legally empowered to test precious metal objects, and to apply a hallmark to them. These offices are in London, Sheffield, Birmingham, and Edinburgh.


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Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Graphite

Graphite is one of the allotropes of carbon. Unlike diamond, graphite is an electrical conductor, and can be used, for instance, as the material in the electrodes of an electrical arc lamp. Graphite powder is used for the purpose of conductivity enhancement in the MnO2 (EMD or CMD) cathodes.Nowadays natural graphite became available at high purity levels. This feature, when combined with its other unique properties, allows it to successfully compete with and outperform traditional synthetic graphite offerings.

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Cold Storage

Cold storage of fruits and vegetables was used extensively by our ancestors to keep food after the harvest season. In modern times, the year round availability of fresh produce in the supermarket has reduced the use of home storage. Cold storage equipment imports totaled US$ 12.0 million in 2004 and US$ 15.0 million in 2005. U.S. brands within this segment hold a combined market share of 66%, totaling US$ 7.9 million in 2004 and US$ 9.9 million in 2005.

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