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Siddu Fails to Breach JD(S) Stronghold
New Indian Express

Siddu Fails to Breach JD(S) Stronghold

MANDYA: JD(S) candidate N Appaji Gowda won the Legislative Council election from Mandya district by 642 votes. This has again proved that the Mandya district is a stronghold of the JD(S). Appaji Gowda is a realtor, who is a new face in politics. He ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago

Meters everywhere, but no water to drink in Bengaluru

BENGALURU: Little did R Appaji Gowda know that his retirement home in Royal County layout in the Gottigere ward, off Bannerghatta Road, would make him run from pillar to post instead of give him the rest he hoped for. At least 13 families that ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

No major impact on API import ban in US [Mint, New Delhi]

Feb. 05--As news came in that the US government has made it mandatory for Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) to be manufactured locally for government procurement, the Pharmaceutical Export Promotion Council of India (Pharmexcil) allayed fears ...
 Bloomberg13 hours ago Pharmexcil to propagate Indian pharma brand at iPHEX Africa in Nigeria  PharmaBiz1 week ago Pharmexcil to organise first international edition of IPHEX in Africa from Feb 17-23, 2016  PharmaBiz1 month ago Pharmexcil to hold buyer-seller meet at India Pharma Summit in Bengaluru on Jan 7 to 9  PharmaBiz1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Clampdown by US, EU regulators fail to dent pharma exports

Pharma exports rose 17% to `55,724 crore during the April-November period compared to a year-ago, even after a string of import alerts over quality issues and ban of 700 drugs by the European Union. The ban alone was expected to impact $1 billion ...
 Hindustan Times18 hours ago New U.S. rule a blow to Indian pharma exporters  Pharmaceutical Tech.com2 days ago Industry expresses relief over DoP decision to set up separate ministry for pharma sector soon  PharmaBiz1 week ago CDSCO relaxes norms on NOC for pharma exports to developed countries  PharmaBiz2 weeks ago

Pharma stocks slip on fears of US clamp down

NEW DELHI: Stock prices of leading Indian pharmaceutical companies dropped today after reports indicated new US norms mandating companies to use locally manufactured bulk drugs for procurement by the government . Bulk drugs, or active ...
 Economic Times1 day ago
Star of Mysore

Public should support those developing Universities: Prof. Rangappa

Caption: Former KSOU VC Prof. M.G. Krishnan and his wife Malathi Krishnan being felicitated by Mysore University Prof. K.S.Rangappa and KSOU Acting VC Prof. P.S. Naik in city yesterday. Mysuru, Feb. 3- Expressing disappointment over the recent ...
 Star of Mysore2 days ago

Wish List for Budget 2016

Industry stakeholders share their wish list for the pharma industry from the forthcoming budget The Union Budget for FY17 should provide tax incentives for R&D activities in the country 2015 has been a mixed bag! Prime Minister Modi's Make in ...
 Financial Express2 days ago

Here all in silence, let them sleep their sleep

Right in the midst of bustling Kolkata lies what might be the most prominent population of Britons in India.Vaihayasi Pande Daniel/ walks through the South Park Street Cemetery. IMAGE: Bards, botanists, indologists, jailers, translators, diplomats, postmasters, surveyors, judges, housewives, mothers, soldiers, surgeons, teachers, bureaucrats, architects, military officials and more have their final resting place in South Park Street Cemetery. Photograph: Vaihayasi Pande ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Centre proposes steep regulatory fee hike for pharma units

A manifold increase in the regulatory fee for testing, manufacturing and selling medicines has been proposed by the Centre, something that Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council of India (Pharmexcil) apprehends will have serious implications. ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

Childhood obesity is on the rise

A couple of decades ago, doctors in the city saw very few cases of childhood obesity. But in the last few years, there has been a dramatic increase. A survey we conducted on 25,000 government and private school children in Chennai a few years ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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