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  • "We don't want to jump the gun by launching in India," says Chandavarkar.

    Deal Boost for Biocon

  • "We don't want to jump the gun by launching in India," says Chandavarkar.

    Deal Boost for Biocon

  • Chandavarkar, and other courageous Hindu reformers, with whom Mr. Gokhale was always ready to co-operate against the forces of religious superstition, he had left disciples ready to carry on the good fight.

    Indian Unrest

  • Chandavarkar, declared that such measures were no longer required, as with the advent of constitutional reforms revolutionary agitation would, he believed, cease, and, as a warm supporter of the

    India, Old and New

  • Chandavarkar n Thacker Architects presented the direction his firm set out on 4 years ago.

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  • Born in Pune on March 16, 1936, Chandavarkar was a science student at the Wadia College in Pune and schooled from the New English School.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • CNN-IBN's Rohit Chandavarkar spoke to the abhineta-turned - neta on family disapproval, his choice of the SP and his controversial - and perhaps sexist - remarks on women who choose to retain their maiden name.

    IBN Top Headlines

  • Chandavarkar was suffering from skin cancer for nearly two years.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • Chandavarkar n Thacker Architects presented the direction his firm set out on 4 years ago.

    Elections - fresh news by plazoo.com

  • We are also living in a time where we are bombarded with information and as Prem Chandavarkar recently pointed out in a forum, we are unable to attend to all this information at once.

    Kafila

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