Hyderabad, the Capital of Telangana, is a bustling 400 years old metropolis. It also goes by its sobriquet âCity of Pearlsâ and âCyberabadâ because Hyderabad has developed into one of the major hubs for the information technology industry in India. The cosmopolitan city is richly endowed with a variety of cultures, presenting an attractive amalgam of world charm together with the ebullience of growth and enterprise. Hyderabad and Secunderabad are twin Cities, separated by the Hussain Sagar, a man-made Lake, made during the time of Ibrahim Qutub Shah in 1562. From the venue, the airport is 50 kilometers away, whereas, the central railway station is 36 kilometers. The Weather in November is usually pleasant. Accommodation will be arranged within Ramoji Film City on Prior booking.
Courtesy Professor, Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, University of Florida
Clifford (Kip) Berry is a courtesy professor of radiology in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Science at the University of Florida and currently works as staff radiologist in a private specialty practice in Raleigh, NC.
He received his DVM from the University of Florida in 1984 and completed a residency in diagnostic Imaging from the University of California, Davis in 1990.
He is a Diplomate of the American college of Veterinary Radiology. Dr. Berryâs research interests include clinical studies in diagnostic imaging particularly related to the thorax, use of animal models for human disease with emphasis on early diagnosis and noninvasive technologies for the diagnosis of disease processes, and the evaluation of novel approaches for the advancement of diagnostic imaging in the clinical and research setting with veterinary and human applications. Dr. Berry is passionate about teaching veterinary students, interns, residents and referring veterinarians in the areas of diagnostic imaging especially abdominal ultrasound.
Dr. Michael Petty, DVM, is the author of Dr. Petty's Pain Relief for Dogs: The Complete Medical and Integrative Guide to Treating Pain (Countryman Press, February 2016). He is a veterinarian and certified veterinary pain management expert and acupuncturist. As the owner of the Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital and the Animal Pain Center in Canton, Michigan, he has devoted his professional life to the care and well-being of animals.
Dr. Petty is the past president of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management and the co- author of the AAHA/AAFP 2015 Pain Guidelines. A frequent speaker and consultant, he has published articles in veterinary journals and serves in an advisory capacity to several pharmaceutical companies on topics of pain management. Dr. Petty is a frequent lecturer at both national and international veterinary conferences.
Within this sphere of care, he has expanded his knowledge to encompass the most up-to-date and compassionate treatments available. These special skills consist of certification in pain management from several esteemed organizations, including: Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner, Certified Medical Veterinary Acupuncture, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist, and Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management. Dr. Petty lives in rural Michigan on a horse farm with his wife and two daughters, and two Portuguese Water Dogs.
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Hyderabadi Cuisine is a blend of traditional South Indian, Mughal and Persian Cuisine. Hyderabadi Briyani is iconic dish of the region. Other native preparations include Qubani Ka Meetha, Double Ka Meetha, Phirni, Paya, Haleem, Kaddu Ka Kheer, Sheer Qorma, Bagaare Baigan, Mirchi Ka Saalan,Baigan Ki Chutney, Aam Ka Achaar, Irani Chai, Irani Samosa, and Osmania Biscuit. Famous Sweet Shops include the traditionally made sweets of G. Pulla Reddy Sweets and Karachi Bakery.
First Veterinary School opened to Poona mainly to meet the requirements of the Remount and Veterinary Corps in the Army.
1899 Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) established as the Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory at lzatnagar.
Madras Veterinary College started with 20 students.
Imperial Institute of Animal Husbandry and Dairying started at Bangalore. Theb institute was renamed in 1941 as the Imperial Diary Institute.
National Dairy Research Institute (NDRI) came into existence at Karnal.
Operation Flood Started for Diary Development.
Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984 (52 of 1984) was enacted in 1984.