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Investigator Initiated Trials is Topic of New Handbook Sponsored by Quintiles
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Investigator Initiated Trials is Topic of New Handbook Sponsor...

Quintiles (BusinessWire India) 2015-01-23 Business Wire India Quintiles today announced the launch of a handbook to guide physicians in the conduct of investigator initiated clinical trials. Top clinical researchers from academia and industry ... BizWire Express, 1 week ago
Expression Analysis Announces 2014 Grant Winners BizWire Express, 2 weeks ago
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Indian economy worries? Its billionaire wealth is a stunner!

The report shows the ratio of billionaire wealth to gross domestic product in India, at 12 per cent in 2012, was higher than other economies with a similar development level. The concentration of billionaire wealth in India is unusually large, suggests a new World Bank report on inequality in South Asia. The report shows the ratio of billionaire wealth to gross domestic product in India, at 12 per cent in 2012, was higher than other economies with a similar development level. For Vietnam, the ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago India has high billionaire wealth concentration: World Bank  Business Standard India1 week ago India has unusually high concentration of billionaire wealth: World Bank  Smart Investor1 week ago World Bank backs Swatchh campaign, says clean India possible  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Hunger games

India's high malnutrition burden is a cause of concern at the highest levels. The country's malnutrition rates are two to seven times higher than those in other BRICS nations, and the rate of decline has been far from satisfactory. The good news is ...
 Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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30 kg polythene recovered from dead cow's rumen

News #dead cow #Polythene Press Trust of India | Wed Jan 14, 2015 | 14:53 IST #Bundi #Rajasthan Around 30 kg polythene was found in the rumen of a dead cow in Naina town of the district, a government veterinary ...
 IBNLive India News2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Indian clinical trials affected by arbitrary rules, says US

The United States International Trade Commission has criticised India's clinical trial regulations as confusing, inconsistent and at times arbitrary. Many US-based academic and commercial research organisations had to suspend clinical trials in the ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago Risk based monitoring a new approach to bring enhanced quality to global clinical trials: Quintiles  PharmaBiz2 months ago

Africa: Rising Incomes, Changing Tastes

We expect sub-Saharan Africa, as well as India, to play starring roles in the emerging-market diets growth story, helping to overturn what has been a China-centric narrative. In this article, we focus on Africa. Although we expect caloric gains in ...
 Morningstar.com1 month ago
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Why Kerala is like Kuwait, while Madhya Pradesh is like Haiti

India has an infant mortality rate of 41 per thousand live births, which puts it on a level with Tajikistan and Madagascar. Photo: Bloomberg American poet Walt Whitman 's Song of Myself—Do I contradict myself/ Very well then I contradict ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Quintiles Named 2014 Frost & Sullivan Asia-Pacific CRO of the Year

- Singapore For the sixth time in eight years, Quintiles has been named Asia-Pacific Contract Research Organization of the Year by Frost & Sullivan, a leading business research and consulting firm. The award honors the CRO that scores the highest ...
 AndhraNews.net1 month ago Quintiles Named Best Contract Research Organization at SCRIP Awards for Third Consecutive Year  BizWire Express1 month ago

Malnutrition due to lack of awareness: World Bank

India's woes with malnutrition is little to do with poverty or food insecurity, but is exasperated by inadequacies in child care, feeding information and awareness, the latest World Bank report has said. "Appropriate infant and young child feeding practices ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Lack of toilets is affecting India's growth

A study published last year suggests stunted growth among children is leading to loss of human potential equivalent of the country losing 6.4 per cent of its GDP Despite enjoying better economic advantages and greater access to nourishing food, why ...
 Gulf News1 month ago
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