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Vikram Solar top performer in PVEL's PV Module Reliability Scorecard rankings New Delhi, May 28 (PTI) Vikram Solar on Friday announced it has been listed as a top performer in PVEL's PV Module Reliability Scorecard rankings.

The assessment was done by PVEL LLC, an independent solar test lab, Vikram Solar said in a statement.

Saibaba Vutukuri, Chief Executive Officer, Vikram Solar Limited said: 'It gives us immense pleasure to become the first Indian company to manufacture PV modules with M6 cells and to get listed for the 4th time as a top performer. ' ************************* JNPT handles 3 containers of 2,448 oxygen cylinders from Ningbo port in China *The country's premium container Port, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) on Friday said it has handled three containers, carrying 2,448 empty oxygen cylinders from Ningbo port in China.

These cylinders will be distributed to various hospitals in the country for refilling medical oxygen for COVID treatment, it said.

The Port operator said it has handled a total of 327.632 MT medical material for COVID treatment , comprising 278.272 MT of liquid oxygen and the remaining 49.36 MT medical accessories, till date.

************************* Surat Airport handles 397 oxygen concentrators, 1,435 kgs of vaccines since April *Airports Authority of India (AAI) run and managed Surat Airport has handled as many as 397 oxygen concentrators and 1,435 kgs of vaccines since April as part of its efforts to facilitate medical supplies in the country's fight against the pandemic.

The airport has also facilitated five flights of IAF C-17 Globemaster movements which brought oxygen tankers to be refilled at Surat, AAI said in a statement.

Surat Airport is one of the first airports in the country where Rapid Antigen testing is being carried out by local authorities for arriving passengers, it said, adding a Covid vaccination camp was also arranged for all the passengers and stakeholders during Tikautsav last month.

************************* Indian Hotels Company delivers 4.25 lakh meals to healthcare providers at 32 hospitals * The Indian Hotels Company on Friday said it has delivered 4.25 lakh meals to healthcare providers at 32 hospitals in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Goa, Hyderabad, Kolkata, New Delhi, and Varanasi since the beginning of the pandemic.

The Tata Group company said it has tied up with Washington-based chef Jose Andres' non-profit 'World Central Kitchen' and celebrity chef Sanjeev Kapoor for the 'mealstosmiles' initiative, as per an official statement, adding both the chefs worked with the IHCL staff to prepare and box the meals. PTI ABI IAS AA SHW SHW

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