Public To Reach Ground Zero For the First Time
This year for the First time Ground Zero will be opened for general public to pay their homage to the victims of 9/11 at World Trade Centre in New York. It will be the first time since the terrorist attack.
1 .Château de Chambord, France
Chambord Castle, this majestic palace is in France and is known for its beautiful and impressive architecture. It was constructed by the French King Francis I. UNESCO has declared it as a World Heritage Site building. This building has inspired the University of London to make a replica, and name the main building as the Founders Building.
1) Face Masks and Plastic Surgery:
Second world war (WW I) lasted from 1914 to 1918. It was the most dangerous war ever fought. Millions of soldiers were killed, maimed or had lost limbs, many had disfigured their faces.
If we switch on the tube light, the effect on the environment is not noticeable. But we need to realize that due to switching on the environment’s balance is disturbed. We have consumed electricity, to manufacture power, and there is consumption of coal or petroleum products. Continue reading
World Photo Day,
Yesterday it was World Photo Day’ celebrated for those people who presented photos to the world in a challenging situation. World’s first photo that was appreciated all over the world was taken on the 19th August 1839. The photos have different meaning for different people. On completion of 175 years of world photo day, please see below photographs that moved the mankind.
There is a craze for multiple rings sweeping across the world for the girls. The primary rings are worn on different fingers, along with the midi rings of different metals.
Searle G.D opened ( in 1888) his pharmaceutical company in Omaha, Nebraska, USA and distributed medicines. He dreamt of manufacturing his drugs and therefore shifted to Chicago. In the beginning, whatever manufactured, he sold all the products to doctors directly. He had this strategy for a long period. His physician son Claude Howard Searle took over the business after his death in 1917. Claude kept the same style of functioning as his father’s and started to spend more money on research and development. In 1939, his company manufactured the drug Aminofilian for breathlessness and heart problem which the market adopted quickly. 1960 the sales went up to $ 37 million. Claude had given the complete responsibility to his son John.
Photo: Dainik Bhaskar.
Around this time, the company’s Dr. Albert N Raymond, head of research department was working on oral birth control contraceptives for preventing pregnancy. On successful completion of all tests, the company launched it for the first time the drug named ‘Anovid’ as an oral contraceptive. The stock in the market finished quickly. The drug reached each home of the US. The sales jumped to $ 87 million with an increase of 137 %. The shareholder got the return of 38%. This drug made the Searle family as one of the wealthiest and influential family of Chicago.
1n 1966 John retired and became the Chairman of the Company. He handed the command of the company to his Harvard-educated son Daniel. The younger son Williams was named the Vice president. There were talks that sons could not run the organisation in profit when the Company started to loose.
The competition in the market and other companies like Johnson & Johnson commenced making the pregnancy prevention drugs. The market share of the Searle company began to fall. The side effects of the drug were coming to the notice of FDA and the public. FDA did not approve the contraceptive. No results were coming despite the massive investment. The earnings of the company started dipping. Others companies’ profit surged upwards by 19% while Searle profits reduced to 4%.
For increasing profits, other companies were hired by Searle. In 1975 Donald Rumsfeld took over as CEO. He sold off the loss-making divisions. In 1978 John father of Daniel passed away. At that time Searle, Family had the total assets of $ 250 million. Rumsfeld could marginally improve the company’s financial status, but debts and the controversies were increasing. In 1985, the chemical giant Monsanto bought over the Searle for 2.7 billion.
During 2nd World War Japan had never thought that it will have to face such a severe defeat. When atom bombs were used to wipe out Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Continue reading
Are you aware of the country famous for its eco-friendly and convenient housing projects? The expert will vote for France. Continue reading
Youth brings forth a few unwanted characteristics. The relation between Youth and new traits is natural and like Jaggery (solidified Molasses) and Fly.