Gopalan

Gop·a·lan

(gō'pah-lahn),
C., 20th-century Indian biochemist. See: Gopalan syndrome.
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Gopalan and SunEdison's work in setting the pace and scale of the solar industry in India over the last year.
Geeta Gopalan will join the Virgin Money board on June 25 and will become a member of the audit, risk, balance sheet and remuneration committees.
Anjali Gopalan, chief of Naz Foundation and LGBT rights activist, wanted the Medical Council of India to take swift action against the unethical doctors.
Prosperity Trading employee Gopalan Mruthumjayan and his wife, Thara Mruthumjayan, were due to accompany her body to Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, on a flight leaving at 2.
Gopalan— founder, Chairman and Managing Director of Gopalan Enterprises— has been awarded Lifetime Achievement Awardby Global Real Estate Brand Awards (2015).
Balaji Gopalan, a director of the makers of the band, said: "Anywhere you go, the bracelet will identify you to other devices.
com/telecom/news/airtel-launches-indias-first-4g-on-mobile-in-bangalore-483471) NDTV gadgets quoted Srini Gopalan, Director - Consumer Business, Bharti Airtel India.
The completion of this project is very exciting for everyone involved," said Gopalan.
Senior executive, Gopalan Srinivasan, said that the company was trying to expand into Canada, Qatar and Myanmar globally.
The incident was reported at Balussery, near Kozhikode and the deceased have been identified as Leela (43), wife of Surendran, and Surendran's father Gopalan.
Company Sai Infr Equipments ordered a total of twelve brand-new 85 EC-B 5i's, while the management team of family-owned Gopalan Enterprises signed a contract for two, including one with a climbing system.
Activist and Naz founder, Angali Gopalan, who runs an orphanage for HIV/AIDS children in the Indian capital New Delhi, said the biases and prejudices can affect the children deeply.