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'Pharma exports may have grown 2.2% to $15.2 bn in FY15'
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'Pharma exports may have grown 2.2% to $15.2 bn in FY15'

According to Pharmexcil Director General PV Appaji, depreciation of Russian rouble, coupled with the Ukraine situation, mainly led to a degrowth in overall pharma exports Money Control, 2 months ago
EU Generic Drugs Ban Sends Desi Pharma Cos Shivering New Indian Express, 5 days ago
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Haven't misused funds: Vokkaligara Sangha chief

Karnataka State Vokkaliga Sangha president Dr Appaji Gowda on Wednesday refuted allegations that he had misused Rs 13.8 crore of the Sangha's funds. Gowda said vested interests in the Sangha were spreading false rumours about the organisation's funds ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Cheating Case: Vokkaliga Sangha to Appeal  New Indian Express1 week ago MBBS aspirant's father 'attacks' Vokkaligara Sangha treasurer  Deccan Herald1 week ago Sangha treasurer alleges attack by parent  The Hindu1 week ago
AhmedabadMirror.com

Tap dancing to the King of Percussion

Indian-American Jaykrishna Appaji is unlike most 18-yearolds in his class. While his friends chill out during weekends, Appaji is usually playing his mridangam , known as the 'King of Percussion' (instruments) across shows (such as the Cleveland ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago
New Indian Express

Pharma Upgradation the Way Out

Rs 10 and 3 minutes is all drug testing companies need to take an ECG or an electro cardiogram that assesses heart functionality. Clearly, it's a simple, cost-effective procedure. But the Indian Contract Research Organisations (CROs), are allegedly ...
 New Indian Express2 hours ago

It rains infections this season in Chennai

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Freshwater stagnation leads to spread of diseases in city The showers have been a welcome relief from the oppressive heat over the past week, but they have also led to a host of viral infections spreading ...
 The Hindu1 day ago It rains infections this season  The Hindu1 day ago

Mysuru-Colombo athletics meet starts

MYSURU: The proposal of granting 10 grace marks to student-sportspersons has been sent to the government, said Chamaraja MLA Vasu on Saturday. "Grace marks to sportsperson will not only help the student, but also make parents encourage their kids ...
 Times of India5 hours ago

It rains infections this season

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Freshwater stagnation leads to spread of diseases in city The showers have been a welcome relief from the oppressive heat over the past week, but they have also led to a host of viral infections spreading ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Centre to reimburse additional incentives to pharma exporters under revised MAI scheme

The Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion Council of India (Pharmexcil) has urged all its members to submit applications by claiming 50 per cent of actual expenses as reimbursement for some expenses incurred like bio equivalence studies, patent filings, ...
 PharmaBiz4 days ago Pharmexcil launches online services to accept submission for MDA, MAI claims for ease of stakeholders  PharmaBiz1 week ago Pharmexcil thinks new pharma policy may boost India's API exports to Central Asia  PharmaBiz1 week ago Pharmexcil invites entries for 'outstanding export performance awards 2014-15'  PharmaBiz3 weeks ago

Fallout from India's GVK means $1B lost in drug exports by March 2016

The fallout from a European Union-wide ban on more than 700 drugs that were bioequivalency-tested by India's GVK BioSciences could cost India at least $1 billion in exports by the end of the fiscal year in March 2016, the Economic Times reports. ...
 Fierce Biotech Research4 days ago India pays for GVK Bio's fault  Deccan Chronicle5 days ago India pays for GVK Bio’s fault  Asian Age4 days ago

India Faces $1BN Export Loss Following EC Generics Ban

India is set to suffer at least $1 billion of loss in export of pharmaceutical products this fiscal following the ban on around 700 generic drugs by the European Commission for alleged manipulation of clinical trials by the Hyderabad-headquartered ...
 PharmExec.com4 days ago India's pharma industry set to lose in exports  The Hindu5 days ago India may suffer Rs 6,300 crore loss in pharma exports  Economic Times5 days ago
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