Lok Satta Founder President Dr.Jayaprakash Narayan to address at 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave 2014

 Lok Satta Founder President Dr.Jayaprakash Narayan to address at 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave 2014

 Eminent Public Figure Dr.Jayaprakash Narayan ( JP) to debate “Governance, Democratic Reforms & Economic Freedom” at Asia’s Biggest Leadership Meet on a Perform or Perish Theme at Indian Affairs India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014

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Saturday, June 21, 2014, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Asia’s biggest Leadership meeting point & the most prestigious, eagerly awaited annual affair, the 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014 ( www.network7mediagroup.com ) organized by Asia’s most analytical news media Indian Affairs ( www.indianaffairs.tv ) will be graced by the presence of Lok Satta Founder President Dr.Jayaprakash Narayan as Dr Jayaprakash will deliver a Keynote Address on

“Governance, Democratic Reforms & Economic Freedom” in Mumbai on Friday, 18th July 2014 at Hotel Hilton Mumbai International Airport. The theme of the Conclave is Progress or Perish where who’s & Who’s of India’s think tank from business to politics, social to cultural & diplomats to bureaucrats will attend to witness the most definitive platform for serious issues confronting by the Nation at the India Leadership Conclave stage. While 30 leaders of the different sections of the society will address the Indian Affairs Conclave, The plattform is expected to be attended by more than 300 industry leaders besides participations from the overseas guests, diplomats & ambassadors.

 Accepting the confirmation to deliver the Keynote Address at India Leadership Conclave Plattform, Lok Satta Founder President Dr.Jayaprakash Narayan said in a communication to Mr Satya Brahma, Chairman & Editor-In-Chief of Network 7 Media Group, “India at present is going through a difficult time, the economic conditions, social fabrics, cultural outlook need to be readdressed & rediscovered as the new india cant afford to embrace the age old practice & present politics being played out, India must respond to the rising aspirations of the middle class to give employment, healthcare & a decent standard of living”. In response to Dr Jayaprakash Narayan’s thought, Satya Brahma expressed hope that the Conclave will enlighten the participants & Delegates the new way of approach & leadership that will unfold in coming days, the Keynote Address will be the mega centre point of discussion as some path breaking initiatives & suggestion may come in from Dr Dr.Jayaprakash Narayan’s address.

  Dr. Jayaprakash Narayan is a physician by training who went into the Indian Administrative Service in the aftermath of the Emergency and failure of the Janata Experiment. He was a topper in the IAS exam. During the 16 years of distinguished public service in various capacities, he acquired a formidable reputation in the State of Andhra Pradesh.

 Some of his major accomplishments while in government

  • As Joint Collector, he worked for the speedy rehabilitation of 8000 youth from displaced families of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant
  • As Collector of Prakasm of District, he was instrumental in the creation of a record 2,00,000 acres of irrigation , the largest such program with direct participation of people
  • As Collector of East Godavari District, he spearheaded the reconstruction of drainage and irrigation network in Krishna and Godavari deltas.
  • He served as Secretary to both Governor and Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.
  • He worked on strengthening of the credit cooperatives and making them independent of government control.

 

His other accomplishments include several major policy initiatives, including

  • empowerment of parents in schools
  • speedy justice through rural courts
  • economic reform and restructuring of AP
  • development of the Infocity in Hyderabad
  • the much-acclaimed law for self reliant cooperatives (1995)
  • empowerment of local governments and stakeholders

 In spite of an impressive personal achievement, Dr Narayan’s experience in government convinced him that faulty governance process was the biggest hurdle to India and Indians achieving greater success. And what India needs today is a fundamental change in the rules of the game and not a periodic change of players.In order to translate his vision into practical reality, he resigned from Service (IAS) in 1996, and worked with like-minded colleagues for the formation of Lok Satta and is currently its National Coordinator. Lok Satta has now emerged as India is leading civil society initiative for governance reforms. It has wide reach, name recognition, credibility and passive support of about 20% of the population of Andhra Pradesh. Lok Satta is now building alliances across India. State-level initiatives are encouraged based on Lok Satta’s experience. These initiatives in a few major states will then build a common platform for national effort for governance reform. Lok Satta is primarily focusing on Maharashtra, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Orissa and Gujarat in this quest for building a national platform.

 

Dr. Narayan has been felicitated with several laurels.

 

Honored with the “Rotary Manav Seva Award 2002” for his crusade against corruption.

 

  • Awarded the “Yudhvir Memorial Award 2002” for his outstanding contribution to the cause of good governance.
  • Awarded the “Dr.Rustam D.Ranji Rotary Award” by Rotary Club of India, September.
  • Awarded the “D. Ch.Tirupathi Raju Memorial Award 2004” in appreciation of his vision in terms of identifying the need of establishing a people’s forum like Lok Satta and further developmental work done by it to bring in sustainable measures in the area of democratic governance, July.
  • Honored with prestigious “Dr.Pinnamaneni Sita Devi Foundation Award”, December.
  • Honored with the “Bharat Asmita Jana Jagran Shreshta” – a Bharat Asmita National Award by MIT School of Management, Pune in recognition as the best performer in the area of Public Awakening, February.
  • Felicitated by the Hyderabad Software Exporters Association, Hyderabad in recognition for his contribution to the growth of IT industry in Andhra Pradesh and his efforts towards ushering democratic reforms in the country, February.
  • The National Advisory Council (NAC) constituted by the United Progressive Alliance government to advise the government on the implementation of the National Common Minimum Programme, July 2004-August 2006.
  • Vigilance Advisory Council constituted by the Central Vigilance Commission, November,2004.
  • Second Administrative Reforms Commission constituted by the Government of India under the Chairmanship of Veerappa Moily, September 2005.

 In 2006, he initiated the launch of Lok Satta Party a movement for new political culture in the state of Andhra Pradesh and is serving as its President.

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Upinder Zutshi of Infinite, Mehul C. Choksi of Gitanjali Group, Sameer Gehlaut of Indiabulls, Dr G.S.K. Velu of Trivitron Group & Kuldip Kaura of ACC are in race for coveted Business Leader of the year 2014.

 Business Leader of the year

The race for the prestigious & coveted Business Leader of the year 2014 at 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014 has intensified with five big names from software to Diamond, Healthcare to Cements are open to public for voting. India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014 will be held in Mumbai on Friday, 18th July 2014 at Hotel Hilton Mumbai International Airport, Mumbai, India & will be running on a theme Progress or Perish.The Nominees for the Business Leader of the year 2014 & their brief synopsis are listed below.

Mr. Mehul C. Choksi, CMD,Gitanjali Gems Ltd. ( Code 01)

Mr. Mehul C. Choksi has been the Managing Director of Gitanjali Gems Ltd. since August 1, 2007. Mr. Choksi serves as the Chairman and Managing Director of Gitanjali Exports Corporation Ltd. He serves as the Managing Director of Gili India Limited and Gitanjali Trading corporation. He serves as the Chairman of Gitanjali Jewellery Retail Pvt. Ltd., Gitanjali Group of Brightest Circle Jewellery Pvt. Limited, Gitanjali Gems Ltd. and Asmi Jewellery India Private Limited. He serves as a Director of Gitanjali Exports Corporation Ltd., Gili India Limited, MMTC Gitanjali Private Limited, Gitanjali Brands Limited and Modali Gems Pvt. Ltd. He served as a Director of Verite Co., Ltd. He is a commerce graduate.

 

Mr.Sameer Gehlaut, Chairman, Indiabulls Group. ( Code 02)

Mr. Sameer Gehlaut serves as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Indiabulls Group at Indiabulls Credit Services Ltd. Mr. Gehlaut is a Co-Founder of Indiabulls Securities Limited. He is the Founder of Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited and Indiabulls Power Limited. He is also a Co-Founder of the Indiabulls group of companies engaged in the businesses of real estate, infrastructure, financial services and power sector. He is the Founder of Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd. He was one of the three engineers selected by Halliburton to work for its International services business in the year 1995 and he worked in many countries during his tenure there. He is a Co-Founder of Indiabulls Real Estate Limited and serves as its Chairman. Mr. Gehlaut has been the Chairman of Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited and has been its Executive Director since March 19, 2013. He has been the Chairman and Non-Independent and Non-Executive Director of Indiabulls Power Limited since September 1, 2008. He serves as the Executive Chairman of Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd. ( IBFSL). He serves as the Chairman of Indiabulls Infrastructure and Power Limited and serves as its Non-Executive Director. He served as the Non-Executive Chairman of Indiabulls Retail Services Ltd.(a/k/a Store One Retail India Ltd.) from January 2, 2008 to August 2008. He has been a Non-Executive Director of Dev Property Development plc since January 2007. He has been an Executive Director for Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd. since August 1, 2005. He has been a Non Executive Director of Indiabulls Property Management Trustee Pte. Ltd., the Manager of Indiabulls Properties Investment Trust since January 23, 2008. He serves as a Director of Piramyd Retail Limited. He served as Director of Indiabulls Retail Services Ltd. from January 2, 2008 to August 22, 2008 and Indiabulls Securities Limited from June 26, 1999 to April 1, 2004. Mr. Gehlaut holds Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi in 1995.

 

Mr Upinder Zutshi, MD & CEO, Infinite Computers Ltd. ( Code 03)

Mr. Upinder Zutshi serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Infinite Computer Solutions, Inc. Mr. Zutshi serves as Chief Executive Officer of Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Ltd and has been its a Managing Director since April 2008. Mr. Zutshi set up the offshore operations of Infinite in India. He oversees operations, business development, strategic alliance and partnerships for Infinite. He holds multiple responsibilities within INFINITE managing operations in India and Singapore, mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliances, corporate communications and investor relations. He has successfully led Infinite’s transformation, growth and acquisition strategies, cementing Infinite’s position as a leading global IT services provider. His leadership is evident in the progressive work environment at Infinite designed to has aboard the most qualified and experienced people, foster loyalty and maximize productivity. A hands-on leader, he works closely with Infinite’s clients to execute large IT projects. He provides leadership, vision, direction, strategy and accountability for the various operations of the organization. He served as Chief Operating Officer of Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Ltd. until May 3, 2010. Prior to joining Infinite, Mr. Zutshi served as President of a software services company in the US, which he set up for the Indian parent company Prior to that, he served as international business head of a software solutions and consulting firm, of which he was also a co-founder. In his formative years he has worked extensively in the US and Asia Pac markets, with reputed companies holding key positions in marketing, strategic planning, and new business development. He started his career with CMC Ltd., where he held various positions in sales, marketing and project management for eight years. Mr. Zutshi is a veteran with over 20 years of IT industry experience, he has impressive credentials in the areas of operations, sales, marketing and strategic alliances. He has credible experience in building early stage companies, setting up start-up ventures and nurturing them to heights. He serves as a Director of Infinite Infosoft Services Pvt Ltd. He has been Director of Infinite Computer Solutions (India) Ltd since January 2006. Mr. Zutshi holds a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) from the Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani, Rajasthan.

Dr G.S.K. Velu, Founder,CMD, Trivitron Group of Companies. ( Code 04)

 

A Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, MBA from Loyola Institute of Business Administration and a Doctorate from IBAM, Kolkata he worked with different global organizations gaining experience in medical technology. In 1997, Trivitron was founded by Dr.Velu and tied up with several world leaders in medical technology to cater to over 20 medical specialties across India. He also established the Trivitron Medical Technology Park, South Asia’s first state-of-the-art medical technology manufacturing facility and the Trivitron Innovation Center, a center of excellence for biomedical research & development and design at IIT Madras.A visionary, Dr. Velu changed the diagnostics field from a highly fragmented industry that served as purely backhand function, into one that plays a leading role in healthcare today. His efforts united leading diagnostics laboratories across the country under the Metropolis banner to set the highest standards of service.His latest venture Medfort is a chain of single specialty ambulatory care hospitals across the country that will soon link some of the nation’s best doctors and technicians with cutting edge technology and international accreditation ensuring that patients get the very best care while continually setting the bar higher in terms of consistent healthcare delivery.

Mr. Kuldip Kaura, CEO & Managing Director, ACC Ltd. ( Code 05)

Mr. Kuldip Kumar Kaura has been the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of ACC Limited since August 13, 2010. Mr. Kaura serves as an Adviser of Integra India Group Company Ltd. (alternate name, Integra Hindustan Controls Ltd.). Mr. Kaura serves as an Advisor to Vedanta Resources Plc. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Konkola Copper Mines PLC until November 2008. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Vedanta Resources PLC UK from March 23, 2005 to September 30, 2008. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of Sterlite Industries India Ltd. from September 2005 to October 1, 2008 and as its Managing Director from October 20, 2004 to October 1, 2008. He joined Sterlite in 2002. Mr. Kaura served as the Managing Director of Hindustan ZInc. Limited from April 11, 2002 to March 2004 and as Chief Operating Officer of Vedanta Resources PLC UK from December 2003 to March 2005. He has held various positions in operations and business management for 18 years at ABB India. Mr. Kaura served as the Managing Director and Country Manager of ABB Ltd. (formerly Asea Brown Boveri Ltd.) from 1998 to 2002. He served as Deputy Chairman of Konkola Copper Mines (KCM). He has been an Independent & Non-Executive Director of Sesa Goa Ltd. since October 30, 2007. He has been an Executive Director of ACC Limited since August 5, 2010 and Acc Concrete Limited since October 19, 2010. He serves as a Director of Thalanga Copper Mines Pty. Mr. Kaura served as a Director of Regen Powertech Private Limited. He served as a Director of Copper Mines of Tasmania Pty Limited and Thalanga Copper Mines Pty. He served as a Director of ACC Limited from October 2009 to August 5, 2010. He served as a Director of Hindustan Zinc. Limited. since April 11, 2002. Mr. Kaura served as an Executive Director of Sterlite Industries India Ltd. from September 2005 to October 1, 2008. He served as a Director of Konkola Copper Mines PLC, Vedanta Alumina Limited and Vedanta Resources Plc. He served as a Member of directors of ABB India since 1996 and Sterlite Energy Ltd. from November 5, 2007 to October 5, 2009. He has served as member of National Council of Confederation of Indian Industries. Mr. Kaura received B.E. (Honours) in Mechanical Engineering from Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani in 1968 and an Executive education at London Business School & Sweedish Institute of Management Stockholm, Sweden.

About India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014

  1. India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards are the flagship leadership venture of the illustrious Network7 Media Group  global leadership platform
  2. This Event is held annually in India & is the much sought after event in mainstream India.
  3. Indian Affairs Indian of the Year Awards has been introduced by the jury in 2014 to give highest recognition to the organizations/individuals in social service, sports, business leadership, healthcare, politics & public service
  4. Instituted & conceptualized in the year 2009, the event is rated by the analysts, experts & leaders from different disciplines as the most credible & prestigious title in recent history.
  5. India Leadership Conclave is an effective platform for exchange of ideas, thoughts, networking with business leaders & getting a deep insight from the eminent panel of Speakers.
  6. Widely perceived by the industry Leaders, India Leadership Conclave Platform is attended by top leaders of the country & raise burning topics of tremendous significance.
  7. More than 1000 Delegates have attended the conclave in last four editions & has been richly rewarded intellectually.
  8. More than 300 successful companies & entrepreneurs has been recognized, felicitated & honored at the India Leadership Conclave platform. Fortune 500 companies like Reliance, Tata, Videocon, Fortis Healthcare, Croma Retail, Infosys, Mindtree etc are among the companies in ILC Library.
  9. Iconic & Legendary figures like late Yash Chopra, Rajiv Gandhi & current stalwarts like Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani, Rani Mukerjee, Anushka Sharma, Priyanka Chopra, Udaya Kotak etc are few names from the juries voting category.

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Surgical Gastroenterologist Dr. Ashwini Kumar Kudari of Sumati Nursing to address at 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Business Leadership Awards 2014

India Healthcare Challenges And  Opportunities

Healthcare challenges in India are plenty & despite the tall claims made by the successive Governments in india has not yielded any desired results. India’s former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh spoke about free medicines for all & all effort were made to legislate, but india could not implement it due to rampant corruption. The major causes of death in india are due to lack of medications & affordability still remain a vital challenges. Rahul Gandhi spoke about the Free Medicines for all as a Game Changer instead the game of politics changed in congress resulting in dismal performances. NDA regime too was marked by non-reforms. The new Government led by Modi is remain to be tested. The world is mocking at us despite our polity has the potential to do it. Compared to India, smaller & tiny nations are far better than us in healthcare reforms. Why are we legging behind?

To address these issues, india leadership conclave’s 5th annual affair has devoted one complete session on Healthcare with top doctors on borad to discuss these challenging issues. The Session will be debated by the eminent doctors

India Healthcare: Challenges And  Opportunities

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Dr. B Somaraju

Cardiologist & CMD, Care Hospitals Group

 Dr. Mukesh Batra

Founder Chairman, Dr Batra’s

 Dr Shashank R Joshi

Endocrinologist & Dibetologist, Joshi Clinic

 Dr Sandeep Chatrath

CEO,Dharamshila Hospital and Research Centre

 Dr Vandana Luthra

Founder

VLCC Health Care Ltd

 Dr. Ashwini Kumar Kudari

Associate Professor, Surgical Gastroenterology

MS Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore

 Dr.Jothydev Kesavadev

Founder Chairman, 

Jothydev’s Diabetes Research Centre And Hospitals

 In the past 10 to 15 years, there has been much talk of making health insurance available for all Indian citizens, but this has not happened for two key reasons. One, insurance has not taken root over all India; it is voluntary. Second, where insurance schemes have been established for certain groups, such as agricultural workers, the premiums might be affordable, but to take advantage of them requires administrative experience and know-how. Because many Indian villages do not know much about insurance schemes, it requires a third party to act as a catalyst to convince them that they should be part of an insurance system. This is being done with some success by nongovernmental organizations.

India’s colonial past, embedded caste system and uneven approach to decentralizing services have impeded universal access to health care. We have the challenges of getting health care to the masses in India, the world’s second largest country with a population of 1.3 billion.

During the colonial period there was some decentralization by local governments. One of the major advocates of decentralization, in fact, was Mahatma Gandhi, who talked about gram swarajya or village self-rule. Many attempts at decentralization after independence could not be sustained. Finally in 1992/1993, parliament passed two constitutional amendments, creating local governments in rural and urban areas. Since then, there has been a concerted effort to devolve powers and finance to local governments all over India.

India’s government seems to be moving away from a centralized system. The liberalized economy was one of the first demands of the growing middle class, which forms about 20% of the population. There is strong demand from this class for a health and health financing system to suit their demands, but if you cater only to that section, you neglect the poor. In a country like India where there is mass poverty, there will be great demand for funds for the health of the marginalized groups, but developing the health sector alone might not solve their problems; there has to be greater emphasis on development and poverty reduction.

In the past 10 to 15 years, there has been much talk of making health insurance available for all Indian citizens, but this has not happened for two key reasons. One, insurance has not taken root over all India; it is voluntary. Second, where insurance schemes have been established for certain groups, such as agricultural workers, the premiums might be affordable, but to take advantage of them requires administrative experience and know-how. Because many Indian villages do not know much about insurance schemes, it requires a third party to act as a catalyst to convince them that they should be part of an insurance system. This is being done with some success by nongovernmental organizations

Passing legislation may not solve the problem. There must be a demand from the poorest of the poor for insurance to be successful and that demand has not emerged from most rural areas. Some states have introduced comprehensive group health insurance but it’s not mandatory, it’s still only for specific groups.

Financing the health system cannot be the responsibility solely of the federal government. Linguistic and wider cultural differences mean it has to be coordinated more effectively at the state level also; the constitution of India envisages it this way. Delegating responsibility for health care to district and village authorities would benefit mass insurance schemes as the remittances or premiums can be realized with the help of elected local officials more effectively than centralized institutions. These local institutions require financing from state resources, so the devolution of financial powers and the way in which tax revenues and funds are distributed between states has to be examined to ensure a more even development across the country – and not just in and around the major metropolitan cities such as Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai as has been the case in the past

Care Hospital Chief & Noted Cardiologist Dr. Somaraju Bhupathiraju to receive the prestigious “India’s Most Admired Surgeon 2014” at Indian Affairs 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave 2014

Care Hospital Chief & Noted Cardiologist Dr. Somaraju Bhupathiraju to receive the prestigious “India’s Most Admired Surgeon 2014” at Indian Affairs 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave 2014

 Dr. B Somaraju - India's Most Admired Surgeon

Noted Cardiologist & the architect of Care Hospitals Dr. Somaraju Bhupathiraju has been selected by the juries of the Network 7 Media Group to receive the coveted India’s Most Admired Surgeon 2014 at the historic 5th Annual India Leadership Conclave & Indian Affairs Business Leadership Awards 2014 ( www.ilc2014.in ). In a statement released to media from the Network 7 Media Group(www.network7mediagroup.in )

Care Hospitals draws its life-blood from the eminent personalities like Padmashri. Dr. B. Somaraju who has spearheaded this movement called ‘CARE’. Prof. B. Soma Raju, Cardiologist from Hyderabad has been providing dedicated service to the people for over 30 years as Cardiologist, Researcher, Teacher and Philanthropist.

In a communication to Network 7 Media Group Chairman & Editor-In-Chief Mr Satya Brahma, the ace cardiologist Dr Somaraju said ” I feel humbled to receive this prestigious recognition & look forward to serving the humanity as long as i can”

 He has been involved in various research projects during the last 20 years individually, in collaboration with American Universities and the Defense Scientific Laboratories. The last association culminated in the development of India’s first Coronary Stent, which has been named the Kalam Raju Stent after Professor A.P.J Kalam and Dr. Raju. This stent was first implanted in December 1996. The development of the stent resulted in reducing the cost of stents in the country and brought it within the reach of the people. In October 1998 the second research product of Dr. Raju’s endeavor, India’s first Coronary Balloon Catheter was released. Dr. Raju and his team are working on various medical devices which are used in Interventional Cardiology with the aim of having an Indian alternative for most devices, reducing the cost and making treatment affordable.

Born on 25 September, 1948, Dr Raju was born in to an agriculturist family. He did his MBBS and MD from Guntur Medical College, DM Cardiology from PGIMER, Chandigarh and PhD (HonCausa) from JNTU, Hyderabad. He worked as a Registrar in Endocrinology and Internal Medicine, PGIMER and Chandigarh and Registrar in Cardiology, PGIMER, Chandigarh,

Dr Somaraju and his team set up the Department of Cardiology at the charitable Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences, Puttaparthi and provided free professional services from 1991 to 1994. He had participated in randomised study of balloon mitral valvuloplasty Vs Surgical Closed Mitral Commissurotomy – Immediate and long-term results, Randomised Study of Balloon Mitral Valvuloplasty Vs Surgical Open Mitral Valvotomy – Immediate and long-term results. Dietary correlation’s with lipid profiles in patients with and without Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) in Indian population, Phase-III Clinical Investigation of EB Sideri’s Button device for closure of arterial septal defects and patent ductus arteriosus, indigenous development of cardiovascular catheters- diagnostic catheters, coronary angioplasty balloon, valvuloplasty balloon catheters.

He has been involved in indigenous development of external and implantable pacemakers in collaboration with Research Centre Imarat (RCI), Hyderabad, development of indigenous coronary stent in association with Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory Centre (DMRL), Hyderabad, development of PC-based cardiac stress test system in association with Defence Bio-Engineering and Electromedical Laboratory (DEBEL), Bangalore.He has conducted the first Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty (PTCA) in India on April 17, 1985. He has developed India’s first coronary stent (Kalam-Raju Stent) and implanted on December 22, 1996 at Mediciti Hospitals. This contributed to significant reduction of the cost of stents, as a whole, in India.He has contributed to the introduction of India’s first Coronary Balloon Care Ultima on October 29, 1998. He also has written a book called ‘clinical methods in cardiology.’

Dr Somaraju plans to scale up its tertiary care model by setting up new state-of-art hospitals in newer territories. His vision for the next decade is 10,000 beds. The Group may also consider going public.

 

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