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Google Capital invests in Indian property website

Google Capital invests in Indian property website was founded by Sumit Jain, Lalit Mangal and Vikas Malpani in 2007 and has more than 100,000 residential projects listed on its platform from over 200 cities. New Delhi: Online real estate platform said on Thursday ..., 2 weeks ago
CommonFloor raises up to $12 mn from Google Capital Business Standard India, 2 weeks ago
CommonFloor raises funds from Google Capital Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago

Children show the write way

Comment · print · T T T+· T- (Top) Students participating in the handwriting competition in Bapuji International School at Badagandi village of Bagalkot district on Friday; Revati Chavan, of class 9 of BIS, being presented the first ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

The Drug Price War Hits Vaccines: Will Pfizer, GSK Give In To MSF Plea?

By Anna Rose Welch , associate editor A new pricing war is afoot — but this time, it doesn't involve AbbVie or Gilead Science's HCV treatments . This week, Pfizer and GSK were both met with push-back from Doctors Without Borders (MSF) to reduce ...
 Pharmaceutical Online2 days ago
Business Today India

Ahead of Obama visit, MSF cautions India of US pressure against India's patent law

Ahead of US President Obama's visit to India, the international medical humanitarian organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has expressed deep concern over the US government's heightened efforts to undermine access to affordable medicines from ...
 PharmaBiz2 days ago Obama visit may pressurise govt to dilute patent laws: MSF  Business Today India3 days ago US Pressure on India Could Impact Access to Drugs: MSF Warns  Outlook India4 days ago MSF urges PM to take stern stand against weakening of Indian patent law under US pressure  PharmaBiz1 month ago
Tech Times

Vaccine Costs in Developing Countries Too High, Many Blame GSK, Pfizer

Vaccine costs are too high to protect populations in developing nations, Doctors without Borders reports. Are pharmaceutical companies to blame for the problem? (Photo : for Turner Broadcasting System Deutschland / Siegfried Mandola) Vaccine ...
 Tech Times2 days ago GSK criticised for high vaccine prices  Invezz5 days ago Glaxo, Pfizer Blamed for High Vaccine Prices in Poor Nations  BusinessWeek5 days ago

Doctors Without Borders: Big pharma overcharging poorer countries for children's vaccinations

Reuter/Brian Snyder Doctors Without Borders has released a new report blasting two top pharmaceutical companies for inflated costs of vital vaccines that have proved too steep for poor nations, recommending they adjust prices in order to save ...
 Sott.net2 days ago Big Pharma 'overcharging' poor countries for child vaccines - report  Russia Today4 days ago Big Pharma overcharging poor countries for child vaccines  ACQ Magazine3 days ago
Kuwait Times

Vaccines in poorest countries far too expensive

The international charity Medecins Sans Frontieres urged drugmakers GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer on Tuesday to slash the price of their pneumococcal vaccines to $5 per child in poor countries. In a report on vaccine prices ahead of an international ...
 NewsHub South Africa3 days ago GSK, Pfizer Forced To Slash Vaccine Prices In Developing Countries  Bidness Etc4 days ago MSF slams expensive vaccines, urges GSK and Pfizer to cut prices  CNBC5 days ago Medecins Sans Frontieres slams expensive vaccines, urges GSK and Pfizer to cut prices  Economic Times5 days ago
Kenya News Agency

Pharmaceutical companies urged to slash vaccine prices

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has called on pharmaceutical companies GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Pfizer to slash the price of the pneumococcal vaccine to US$5 per child in developing countries, ahead of a major vaccination donor conference in ...
 Kenya News Agency3 days ago Too expensive  Deutsche Welle4 days ago Child vaccines out of reach for developing countries, charity warns  CBC Hamilton4 days ago Child vaccine costs skyrocket in poor countries  CBC4 days ago

Obama visit will pressurize India to alter patent law to suit US interests

NEW DELHI: US President Barack Obama's visit has set alarms bells ringing among those working to improve access to medicines. The international medical humanitarian organisation Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) has issued a statement expressing ...
 Times of India4 days ago

Doctors without Borders vs. GSK; Etix founder buys Hopscotch; Facebook hoax crackdown; Netflix surges; Twitter buys ZipDial

Posted Jan. 21, 2015 at 6:14 a.m. Bulldog On The Web Site Search By Staff, wire reports Research Triangle Park, N.C. — In today's Bulldog wrapup of life science and technology news: Doctors Without Borders calls on GSK, Pfizer to cut ...
 Local Tech Wire4 days ago
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