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Druggies in Punjab spend Rs 2.5 crore a day on drugs!

  2.3 million people are opioid-dependent. 860,000 people are opioid users. 123,000 people are heroin-dependent. Rashme Sehgal reports on the shocking situation in the state. An unprecedented......

What The World Needs: A Fellowship of Minds

'They don't always agree with our governments, their teachers or their parents, but it is the conviction of their ideas, and their determination to share them with the world that, I believe, is one......

Bon appetit Mr Modi!

'Make in India' will be central to Mr Modi's visit to Europe and Canada. It is difficult to predict what will happen with the Rafale deal, but if it goes through, it will undoubtedly become the......

Full text: What Modi, Obama agreed on

This is the joint statement issued by the ministry of external affairs on the visit of US President Barack Obama to India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama assessed the......

'Pharma cos face probs in distribution of drugs in J-K'

Pharmaceutical companies, which are sending across medical aid for flood affected people in Jammu and Kashmir, claim to be facing difficulties in distribution of drugs M Srinivas Reddy, director......

India eyes oil-for-drugs deal with Venezuela to recoup pharma cash

Like pharmaceutical companies globally - which used to enjoy a preferential exchange rate in Venezuela - Indian producers have been left badly stung by the collapse of the bolivar currency Indian......

Why pharma companies sell sub-standard stuff in India

There are two pharmaceutical industries  in India -The first sells its produce in large volumes in quality-conscious United States, the gold standard, while the second sells chalta hai......

Drug retailers set to compete with pharma majors

Over 550,000 small drug retailers in the country are transforming into producers and marketers of pharmaceutical products, readying to compete with companies such as Ranbaxy, Cipla, Sun Pharma and......

Big pharma cos join outsourcing queue

Ahmedabad-based Dishman is a specialist contract manufacturing company. So is Jubilant Organosys. Revenues of both companies from their contract research and manufacturing services (Crams) went up......

Pharma firms draw flak for failing in duties

Non governmental organisations, dealing with public health, are pointing fingers at pharma companies for not doing enough on the corporate social responsibility front.Karmayog, a leading NGO which......

ATP players to get approved supplements

The ATP, organisers of the men's tour, will unveil a partnership deal with a pharmaceutical giant on Tuesday to provide approved nutritional supplements to players next season.The announcement will......
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Sensex Trades in Red; Pharma Stocks Drag

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Why a rich, orderly Himalayan state has India’s highest suicide rate

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suspect held in Tripura

One of the suspects in the 2005 attack on the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), the first ever terror attack in Bengaluru, has been arrested in... ...

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