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Dr. Anandi Gopal Joshi, M.D. India's First Women Physician. A LEGEND OF INDIA.

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A portrait photo of Dr. Anandibai JoshiNative nameआनंदीबाई गोपाळराव जोशीBornYamuna
31 March 1865
PuneBritish IndiaDied26 February 1887 (aged 21)
PuneBombay Presidency, British IndiaResting placePoughkeepsie, New York, United States (ashes)Other namesAnandibai Joshi
Anandi Gopal JoshiAlma materWoman's Medical College of PennsylvaniaSpouse(s)Gopalrao Joshi
Anandibai Gopalrao Joshi (31 March 1865 – 26 February 1887) was one of the earliest Indian female physicians.[1][2][3][4] She was the first woman from the erstwhile Bombay presidency of India to study and graduate with a two-year degree in western medicine in the United States.[5] There are many variations of her name, including Anandibai Joshi and Anandi Gopal Joshi where Gopal came from Gopalrao which is her husband's first name.

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Andras Pellionisz1st degree connection PhD Computer Engineering, PhD Physics, and PhD in Biology. Board of Advisers member to Hungary, Europe, USA, IndiaDRCcomputer, Inc.Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Dr. Andras Pellionisz, HolGenTech Inc., explains the "FRACTAL GENOME"

Andras Pellionisz1st degree connection PhD Computer Engineering, PhD Physics, and PhD in Biology. Board of Advisers member to Hungary, Europe, USA, IndiaDRCcomputer, Inc.Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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Interview Saroo Brierley, the inspiration for the film Lion: 'My mother saw my face after 25 years'By  When he was five, he fell asleep on a train and ended up 1,000 miles from home. His journey from Indian street-child to adopted Australian is now the subject of an Oscar-tipped film. Here he and his biological mother talk about their reunion
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Prof Béla Bollobás (1963), explains the significance of Indian mathematician Ramanujan17,133 views 254