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Some tourists come to Goa only to do drugs: Parsekar

Press Trust of India Panaji,16 December: Acknowledgingthat drug menace exits in the state, Goa Chief Minister LaxmikantParsekartoday said some tourists come here only to do drugs. Notably, Parsekar'sstatement has come after Prime Minister ... The Statesman, 6 days ago

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Exclusive drug controller to test Ayurvedic medicines: Harsh Vardhan

New Delhi: India will soon have an exclusive drug control department to facilitate testing of Ayurvedic drugs, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said here Thursday. The department will look after research and development, monitor quality control and ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago Exclusive drug controller for Ayurvedic medicines: Harsh Vardhan  ProKerala.com1 month ago More Medicine Goes Off Limits in Drug-Price Showdown  Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago
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Contracted TB ahead of KBC launch in 2000: Amitabh Bachchan

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan on Sunday revealed that he had been diagnosed with tuberculosis ahead of the launch of television game show 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' in 2000 but fought back. Bachchan was recently roped in as brand ambassador by the ...
 DNA India16 hours ago Once treated for TB, patient must complete course, says Amitabh Bachchan  DNA India9 hours ago


LIMA (PERU)| NEW DELHI: India and the United States are expected to announce a joint effort to tackle climate change with focus on clean energy and technology R&D during President Barack Obama's visit to the country in January. Though a big ...
 IPA Newspack.com4 days ago Merchants of death in Indian pharma  Hindu Business Line1 month ago India defends state-run sterilisation programme  Gulf News1 month ago India defends sterilisations after deaths spark outcry  News.net1 month ago

Drugs menace: Modi's intention is fine but he must ...

There is perceptible decline in the media response to the third round of Prime Minister Narendra Modi 's Mann Ki Baat , strangely at a time when he has voiced concern over a vital issue affecting youth, the largest component of India's human ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago PM Modi's control over party and government grows  Observer India1 month ago Narendra Modi has a chance to cast a spell  Sify1 month ago
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Over 18 per cent women in India, mostly from rural areas, consume smokeless tobacco: Report

India has a high prevalence of women consuming smokeless tobacco, with 18.4 per cent women, mostly from rural areas, consuming smokeless tobacco, reveals a report released in Mumbai on Monday by the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ...
 Indian Express6 days ago Why are 11 women dead in India? State sanctioned sterilization  Catholic Online1 month ago 10 India women die from sterilisations  Bangkok Post1 month ago

Indian pharma industry is highly innovative, set to grow 5 times in coming years: Dr V K Subburaju

The pharmaceutical industry in India is highly innovative and set to achieve five times growth in the coming years. With its present potential, the industry will continue to play a more significant role as an innovative manufacturing leader, ...
 PharmaBiz3 weeks ago Jugaad is not a good word in pharma: G.V. Prasad  Livemint.com3 weeks ago Tamil Nadu IPA to felicitate IDMA president S V Veeramani at 53rd Pharmacy Week Celebration in Chennai  PharmaBiz1 month ago Importance of data integrity, quality & GMP deliberated at IPA-Pharmexcil Technical Conference  PharmaBiz1 month ago

Drug Batch Tainted? Just Hit Delete and Ship It to the U.S.

In a lab in an Indian village during the height of monsoon season in 2011, a technician hit a delete button -- a keystroke that would have consequences three years later. The quality-control employee of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. had run ...
 Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago Indian Labs Deleted Test Results for U.S. Drugs, Documents Show  Bloomberg2 weeks ago

US President to be chief guest on 2015 Republic Day

In a development of immense geo-strategic significance, US President Barack Obama will be the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations on January 26 next year. Not only will he be the first US President to be accorded the honour, he will also be ...
 Sify4 weeks ago US President to be chief guest on Republic Day '15  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Indian sterilisation deaths attributed to tainted drugs

Tainted or sub-standard drugs probably led to the deaths of 13 Indian women after sterilisation surgery at a family-planning camp, and owners of the factories that produced them have been summoned for questioning, a senior official said on Thursday.
 Irish Times1 month ago Tainted drugs suspected in sterilisation deaths  Reuters India1 month ago Tainted drugs suspected in Indian sterilization surgery deaths  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago UPDATE 2-Tainted drugs suspected in Indian sterilisation surgery deaths  Reuters1 month ago
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