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Sun Pharma to increase stake in Ranbaxy Malaysia to 79.5 %
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Sun Pharma to increase stake in Ranbaxy Malaysia to 79.5 %

One of the wholly-owned subsidiaries of the company has agreed to increase its shareholding in Ranbaxy Malaysia Sdn Bhd by 8.3 percent by way of purchase of around 6.66 lakh shares, Sun Pharma said in a filing to the BSE. Money Control, 1 week ago

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Sun Pharma sees single-digit decline in revenues for FY18

The company is also entering into the third and the most important year of integration of Ranbaxy with the company.
 Money Control1 month ago

Pharma sector cries foul over GST hit on July sales

Sun Pharmaceuticals portfolio came down by 6.5%, Ranbaxy portfolio fell by 4.5%
 Business Standard2 months ago

Sensex, Nifty Continue to Trade in Green; Bank Stocks Rally

Posted by Equitymaster Indian share markets , bonds and the rupee continued to trade positively after data showed inflation held steady, instead of accelerating as expected. Gains were largely seen in bank stocks , metal stocks and realty stocks . The BSE ...
 Equitymaster.com6 days ago

Singh brothers' stake halves to 25.3% in Religare Enterprises

The shareholding of the promoters of financial services firm Religare Enterprises has halved to 25.33 per cent in the last quarter. The fall in holding of billionaire brothers Malvinder Mohan Singh and Shivinder Mohan Singh and entities they control, reported ...
 Business Standard6 days ago
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What exactly is wrong with India's pharma companies?

Sun Pharma and Dr Reddy's top list in terms of those who face most class-action litigation. The number of class action lawsuits filed against Indian pharmaceutical companies has gone up in recent times with US law firms alleging non-disclosure of investor-sensitive information and pay-for-delay conspiracies among other violations by these companies. Six drug companies or subsidiaries of the parent generic drug firms from India have been named in over a dozen class action lawsuits for alleged ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Why babas think they are above the law

The babas' vote banks and the politicians' greed for en bloc votes is the curse of Punjab and Haryana, says Shekhar Gupta. If the context hadn't been so stark we would have found this question more perplexing: Which part of our country has the most godmen per square mile? It is, indeed, an unusual suspect, Punjab and Haryana. This region is known for much else in our country, but not really for such a preponderance of religion, spirituality and self-styled godmen. Not all are crooks. Some have ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Indian drugs fail quality test: Why the pills you pop are useless

What do you do when you get the common cold or a fever? If you don't immediately go to a doctor, chances are you go to the nearest chemist, ask for a generic drug and pop it, hoping to get better soon. But what if that pill isn't really curing you? And this ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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