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An interview that puts science at the forefront…
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An interview that puts science at the forefront…

Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysuru, is one of the premier food laboratories in the country. Housed in the beautiful Cheluvamba Vilas (Cheluvamba Mansion) in the sprawling 145-acre campus, CSIR-CFTRI, in its 67 years of existence has had many charismatic Directors and achievements. Amul Baby Food is one such achievement. The current Director Prof….

CFTRI launches Ragi Mudde making machine
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CFTRI launches Ragi Mudde making machine

Mysuru:  Former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda was surprised and overwhelmed to see the humble ragi mudde, introduced by him as an international cuisine when he was the Prime Minister, right in front of him at the food research institute with international reputation. He could not help but immediately roll the mudde into small balls,…

War of words exchanged between  pro, anti-CFTRI Director groups
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War of words exchanged between  pro, anti-CFTRI Director groups

Mysuru: Kannada Development Authority (KDA) Chairman Prof S.G. Siddaramaiah visited the CFTRI here this morning on the directions of Chief Minister Siddharamaiah, following a memorandum from a few pro-Kannada organisations and present a report regarding the alleged anti-Kannada stand of CFTRI Director Prof. Ram Rajasekharan. The meeting began in a tense atmosphere, with war of…

CFTRI Ulisi Horata Vedike threatens stir in New Delhi on July 14
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CFTRI Ulisi Horata Vedike threatens stir in New Delhi on July 14

Mysuru: The CFTRI Ulisi Horata Vedike has threatened to stage a demonstration in front of  the CSIR Director-General’s office in New Delhi on July 14 if its demand to sack CFTRI Director Prof. Ram Rajasekharan, who has been accused of pursuing an anti-Kannada stance, is not met. Addressing a press meet at Patrakarthara Bhavan, Vedike…

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