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BIOFII. CHEMICAI.S & PHARMACEUTIGAI.S I.IMITEII l9Sd.^9Ij"^"_,^111?, g"ctor-E, Sanwer Road, IndustriatArea tndore 452 0.15. .::,^:1L11??^t., lrna,r :oiori,chem.ca s@y""oo -" i o"pi-",prL^iijs.r,ai, "o* Factory : Ptoi No. 8, sector - '1, Kheda InduJiarr,"",i,tr,".pl,iii rii'ii;:"*d, ;j';ill'l oro ,r5 BOFIL *4114 /44 4t i "^,^ i,"J -3k"?ii' i;ii9Yi'T !i,i'?'ili,"i3'^l3i!tJi g-".',1,,,J,' * ", Date: 07th September,2020 To, The Secretary National Stock Exchange oflndia Ltd., Exchange Plaza, c-1, Block G, Bandra Kurla ComPlex, Bandra (f,) Mumbai - 400 051 The Secretary, Bombay Stock Exchange Limited 25'h Floor, P.l. Towers, Dalal Street, MUMBAI-400 001 Sub: Compliance under Regulation4T ofSEBI (Listing Obligation and Disclosure Requirement) Regulations 2015 Scrip Code: 524396, Scrip Name: BIOFILCHEM; ISIN:1NE829A01014 Pursuant to Reglllation 47 ofthe SEBI[Listing Obligation and Disclosure Requirement) Regulations 2015, Please fi;d enclosed public notice which was published on 6'r' Scptember 2020 in Free Press ;;", it" Free press Journal, Mumbai [in English) and Choutha Sansar' lndore (in hindi) 06'f September 2020 informing about the: 1. 35o, Annual General MeetinS scheduled to be held on Tuesday' 29th September 2020 through Vicleo Conferencing [VC] orOtherAudioVisual Means [oAVM)' Remoie e voting facilities offered to the shareholders and cut offdate' Book closure dates. You are requested to pleai? take the same on record ticals Limited 2. 3. a Khilwani Company Secretary

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Page 1: BIOFII. I.IMITEII BOFIL .::,^:1L11??^t., - i 4t Ptoi No. 8, Kheda … · 2020. 9. 7. · Britain newspaper printing presses AGENCIES / London Police arrested more than 70 envi-ronmental

BIOFII. CHEMICAI.S & PHARMACEUTIGAI.S I.IMITEIIl9Sd.^9Ij"^"_,^111?, g"ctor-E, Sanwer Road, IndustriatArea tndore 452 0.15.

.::,^:1L11??^t., lrna,r :oiori,chem.ca s@y""oo -" i o"pi-",prL^iijs.r,ai,

"o*Factory : Ptoi No. 8, sector - '1,

Kheda InduJiarr,"",i,tr,".pl,iii rii'ii;:"*d, ;j';ill'l oro ,r5BOFIL

*4114 /44 4ti

"^,^ i,"J -3k"?ii' i;ii9Yi'T !i,i'?'ili,"i3'^l3i!tJi g-".',1,,,J,' * ",

Date: 07th September,2020

To,

The SecretaryNational Stock Exchange oflndia Ltd.,Exchange Plaza, c-1, Block G,

Bandra Kurla ComPlex,Bandra (f,) Mumbai - 400 051

The Secretary,Bombay Stock Exchange Limited25'h Floor, P.l. Towers,Dalal Street,MUMBAI-400 001

Sub: Compliance under Regulation4T ofSEBI (Listing Obligation and Disclosure Requirement)

Regulations 2015

Scrip Code: 524396, Scrip Name: BIOFILCHEM; ISIN:1NE829A01014

Pursuant to Reglllation 47 ofthe SEBI[Listing Obligation and Disclosure Requirement) Regulations

2015, Please fi;d enclosed public notice which was published on 6'r' Scptember 2020 in Free Press

;;", it" Free press Journal, Mumbai [in English) and Choutha Sansar' lndore (in hindi) 06'f

September 2020 informing about the:

1. 35o, Annual General MeetinS scheduled to be held on Tuesday' 29th September 2020

through Vicleo Conferencing [VC] orOtherAudioVisual Means [oAVM)'Remoie e voting facilities offered to the shareholders and cut offdate'

Book closure dates.

You are requested to pleai? take the same on record

ticals Limited

2.3.

a KhilwaniCompany Secretary

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KYIV: Thousands of women marched through the capitalof Belarus on Saturday, calling for the resignation of theauthoritarian president, and university studentsdemonstrated against the detention of classmates duringthe wave of protests gripping the country for four weeks.

For the first time in the demonstrations, supporters ofLGBT rights appeared with rainbow flags in the women'smarch in Minsk, an indication that opponents of PresidentAlexander Lukashenko are becoming bolder.

—AGENCIES

Thousands of women protesters flood Belarus streets

BIDEN CALLS POTUS UNFITSlams Trump for mocking US war dead

AGENCIESWashington

Democratic presidential nomi-nee Joe Biden declared Presi-dent Donald Trump "unfit" forthe presidency on Friday, deliv-ering an impassioned reactionto a report that Trump - whonever served in uniform - al-legedly mocked American war dead.

The president and his allieshave dismissed the report in TheAtlantic as false.

The allegations, sourced anony-mously, describe multiple offen-sive comments by the presidenttoward fallen and captured USservice members, including call-ing World War I dead at an Amer-ican military cemetery in France"losers" and "suckers" in 2018.

The reported comments, manyof which were confirmed inde-pendently by The AssociatedPress, are shining a fresh lighton Trump's previous public dis-paragement of American troopsand military families. Thatopens a new political vulnerabil-ity for the president less thantwo months from Election Day.

Voice cracking, Biden told re-porters that "you know in yourgut" Trump's comments, if true,are "deplorable." "I've just never

been as disappointed, in mywhole career, with a leader thatI've worked with, president orotherwise," Biden added.

"If the article is true - and it ap-pears to be, based on otherthings he's said - it is absolutelydamning. It is a disgrace." Headded that "the president shouldhumbly apologise to every GoldStar mother and father, to everyBlue Star family that he's deni-grated. ... Who the heck does hethink he is?" Trump, in the OvalOffice, said no apology was nec-essary, because it was a "fake sto-ry." Trump was alleged to havemade the comments in Novem-

ber 2018, as he was set to visit theAisne-Marne American Ceme-tery during a trip to France. TheWhite House said the visit wasscrubbed because foggy weathermade the helicopter trip fromParis too risky and a 90-minutedrive was deemed infeasible.

Speaking Friday in the OvalOffice, Trump denied ever utter-ing such comments: "It was a ter-rible thing that somebody couldsay the kind of things - and es-pecially to me 'cause I've donemore for the military than al-most anyone anybody else." Lat-er, in a press briefing, Trumpsuggested the source of the sto-ry was his former chief of staff,retired Marine Gen. John Kelly."It could have been a guy likeJohn Kelly," Trump told re-porters, saying his former topaide "was unable to handle thepressure of this job." Biden's cri-tique was personal.

Returning to Washingtonfrom a Thursday visit to Penn-sylvania, Trump told reportersthat the Atlantic report was "adisgraceful situation" by a "ter-rible magazine." "I would bewilling to swear on anythingthat I never said that about ourfallen heroes," Trump told thereporters, gathered on the tar-mac in the dark.

The allegations, sourcedanonymously, describe

multiple offensivecomments by the

president toward fallenand captured US service

members, includingcalling World War I

dead at an Americanmilitary cemetery inFrance "losers" and"suckers" in 2018

First family ofUS loves India

LALIT K JHA / Washington

The First Family of the Unit-ed States is in love with In-dia, US President DonaldTrump indicated as he notedthat both his daughter Ivan-ka and son Donald Trump Jralong with Kimberly Guil-foyle think a lot about Indiaand so does he.

"I know India and I under-stood those young people(Kimberly, Donald Trump Jrand Ivanka) that you men-tioned. They're very goodyoung people. And I knowtheir relationship to India isvery good and so is mine,"Trump told reporters at theWhite House.

The president, who de-scribes himself as the bestfriend ever of India and In-dian Americans in the White

House, was responding to aquestion about the role thethree important members ofhis family are going to playthis election cycle along withrespect to the Indian Ameri-can community.

"Would Kimberly, DonaldTrump Jr., and IvankaTrump, who are very popu-lar among Indian Ameri-cans, would be campaigningon your behalf among the In-dian Americans with yourviews on India-US relation-ship?" the president wasasked.

"I appreciate the nice senti-ments. They think (Kimber-ley, Don Jr and Ivanka) a lotof India and so do I. Andthink a lot of your primeminister (Narendra Modi),"Trump said in response tothe question.

Tapes reveal Nixon’s hatred for IndiansYOSHITA SINGH / New York

Newly declassified White House tapes disclose former USpresident Richard Nixon speaking disparagingly about Indiansand reveal the bigotry he and his national security adviser HenryKissinger held that influenced US policy toward India and SouthAsia under his presidency. The declassified White House tapesreveal a "stunning" conversation between Nixon, Kissinger andthe then White House chief of staff H.R. Haldeman in the OvalOffice in June 1971 in which Nixon asserts in a "venomous tone"that Indian women are "undoubtedly the most unattractivewomen in the world." Nixon also calls Indians "most sexless","nothing" and "pathetic", according to the tapes.

Extinction Rebellion activists blockBritain newspaper printing presses

AGENCIES / London

Police arrested more than 70 envi-ronmental activists who blockadedtwo British printing plants, disrupt-ing the distribution of several na-tional newspapers on Saturday.

The group Extinction Rebellionsaid it targeted printworks at Brox-bourne, north of London, andKnowsley in northwest England, thatare owned by Rupert Murdoch'sNews Corp.

Dozens of protesters locked them-selves to trucks and bamboo scaffold-ing to block the road outside theplants. The facilities print Murdoch-owned papers The Sun and TheTimes, as well as the Daily Tele-graph, the Daily Mail and the Finan-cial Times.

The group said it was disruptingthe newspapers "to expose the failureof these corporations to accuratelyreport on the climate and ecologicalemergency, and their consistent ma-nipulation of the truth to suit theirown personal and political agendas."

Police said they had arrested 42 peo-ple by Saturday morning at the Brox-bourne plant. Another 30 people werearrested in Knowsley.

Newsprinters, which operates theprinting plants, said the protest wasan "attack on all of the free press."Prime Minister Boris Johnson said onTwitter that "a free press is vital inholding the government and otherpowerful institutions to account" andthat it "is completely unacceptable toseek to limit the public's access tonews in this way." Journalism groupsalso criticized the disruption. IanMurray, executive director of the So-ciety of Editors, said peaceful protestwas a right, but "it is not acceptablefor those who wish only their voices tobe heard to attempt to silence others."

Dozens of protesters locked themselves to trucks and bambooscaffolding to block the road outside the plants. The facilitiesprint Murdoch-owned papers The Sun and The Times, as wellas the Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mail and the Financial Times

COFFIN BED FOR

LOCKDOWNVIOLATORSA man, caught withouta face mask in public,lies in a mock coffin

as part of punishmentby local authorities

in Jakarta.

Toddler killed in Louisiana shootingROUGE: A toddler was fa-tally shot while riding in avehicle along a Louisianaroad late Friday in a shoot-ing that was condemned bythe city's mayor.

Ivorie Combs, 4, was iden-tified early Saturday as thechild who was killed, BatonRouge Police Sgt. L'JeanMcKneely Jr. said in a newsrelease. Detectives believe apassing vehicle opened fire

on the vehicle Combs wasriding in, and the child wasstruck. Combs was pro-nounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the vehiclecrashed during the shootingand was taken to a hospitalwith injuries, McKneelysaid. A photo from WAFB-TV appeared to show a caroverturned at the scene.

A description of the pass-ing vehicle wasn't immedi-

ately available. No suspectsor arrests were announcedin the Saturday morning re-lease.

Baton Rouge Mayor-Presi-dent Sharon WestonBroome denounced the fatalshooting on Twitter.

"What happened tonight isabsolutely unacceptableand my heart is heavy,"Broome tweeted Friday night.

WORLD11FREEPRESS

INDORE | SUNDAY | SEPTEMBER 6, 2020

Finally, ‘world’s loneliest elephant’

can breathe freedomAGENCIES / Islamabad

An elephant who has becomea cause celebre for animalrights activists around theworld will be allowed to leavehis Pakistani zoo and trans-ferred to better conditions,the animal welfare grouphelping with the case said onSaturday.

Dubbed the 'world's loneli-est elephant' by his support-ers, Kaavan has languished ata zoo in Islamabad for morethan 35 years.

Martin Bauer, a spokesmanfor Four Paws, said the ele-phant has been finally givenmedical approval to travel,most likely to Cambodia,where he will find compan-ionship and better condi-tions.

Rescuing Kaavan from thezoo's dire conditions attractedthe attention of animal ac-tivists around the world, andcelebrities including USsinger Cher, who lobbied forhis relocation.

Kaavan has until now beenforced to live a solitary life ina small enclosure.

Friday's medical examina-tion showed the elephant wasoverweight, even as he showedsigns of malnutrition. Hisnails were cracked and over-grown apparently from yearsof living in an improper enclo-sure with flooring that dam-aged his feet. "Following thechecks, which confirmed Kaa-van is strong enough, stepswill now be taken to finalizehis relocation to an animalsanctuary potentially in Cam-bodia," Bauer said.

After 7 monthsof closure, Iran

begins new

AGENCIESTehran

Iran on Saturday openedthe new school year afternearly seven months of clo-sure due to the coronavirus

pandemic.In a video conference,

President Hassan Rouhanisaid the education of 15 mil-lion students is as impor-tant as the health system.

"Education will not be

closed in our country evenunder the worst situation,"he said, urging authoritiesto implement health meas-ures in schools to the levelof those in military gar-risons.

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MUMBAI: Two separate complaints have been filed withthe police here against actor Kangana Ranaut over herremark where she compared Mumbai to Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK). While one of the complaints wassubmitted by Ali Kashif Khan Deshmukh, a lawyer, atAndheri police station on Friday, another was submitted at

Azad Maidan police station by a city Congress functionary.Both applications sought registration of an FIR against theactor for `defaming' the Mumbai police and `spreadingenmity between two groups' under the relevant IPCsections. However, no FIR has been registered yet as policeofficials said they were examining the applications.

2 complaints seek FIR against Kangana over PoK comment MUMBAITHE FREEPRESSJOURNAL

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