Ramachandran


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G. N., Indian biologist, 1922-2001. See: Ramachandran plot.
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Murali Ramachandran has put forward the following counterfactual analysis of causation.
The fish can change its coloring to blend in with any background in just eight seconds, says scientist Vilayanur Ramachandran. That's the fastest change of "face" ever observed for a flounder.
Summary: Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India], May 10 (ANI): The Kerala High Court on Friday refused to interfere in the matter pertaining to the ban on parading elephant Thechikottukavu Ramachandran, at the Thrissur Pooram festival.
Image Credit: Mythily Ramachandran, Special to tabloid!
The Supreme Court had on April 8 in a surprising move appointed two senior lawyers- Raju Ramachandran and Sanjay Hegde to represent them to ensure that there were no " inadequacies" and the convicts are ensured a " full and fair" hearing.
Hockey India President Narinder Batra on Thursday demanded a special meeting of the Indian Olympic Association to press for a no-confidence vote in its chief Narayanaswami Ramachandran. In a letter sent to office-bearers, Batra claimed a majority of members disagreed with Ramachandran's running of the body, adding they felt he was "working towards weakening and finishing off the IOA".
Now, Dr Ramachandran has spoken of the three-year battle to clear his name and the destruction to his once flourishing career.
Judge John Milford QC said the case will be back in court in seven days so prosecutors can publically announce whether Ramachandran will face a retrial on the four remaining charges.
TR Ramachandran, CEO & MD at Aviva Life Insurance, said, 'A situation of rising interest rates and low savings, coupled with introduction [of products under the new guidelines of the regulator] saw slow off-take in the sector.
The Center for Global Development's (CGD) Vijaya Ramachandran and Owen Barder have noted that the international community should not help the Philippines after it was hit by Haiyan the way it responded to Haiti after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake in 2010.
According to Indian Medical Association (IMA) Bahrain Chapter president Dr Babu Ramachandran, the shift in destination from countries like the UK, Germany and the US to India is mainly being driven by cost considerations and comparable quality of service.
The announcement follows the signing of an agreement between Eskan Bank chief business officer and deputy general manager Ahmad Tayara and KPMG Fakhro partner and head of advisory Narayanan Ramachandran.