Olympic silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Wednesday found himself at the centre of controversy with his name being dragged into a ‘failed’ dope test that was conducted before the Athens Games way back in 2004.
A majority of the chemists' shops in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh remained shut Friday following the call for a nation-wide, one-day strike against the central government's new drug policy and its impact on traders. Except for
A majority of chemists located near major Delhi hospitals on Friday decided to opt out of the nation-wide, one-day strike against the new drug policy and its impact on traders. ‘We don't want patients to suffer because of our
Thousands of retail and wholesale medicine shops remained closed across northeastern region Friday in support of the 12-hour all-India strike called by their national organisation against government policies and their impact on
Over 50,000 retail and wholesale pharmacists and chemists in Maharashtra on Friday joined the all-India strike called by the All India Organisation of Chemists and Druggists Associations (AIOCDA) in support of various demands, a
Yesterday, HRD minister of state Shashi Tharoor told the Rajya Sabha that the Indian Institute of Science has made a remarkable breakthrough in delivering medication by successfully designing and testing a needleless vaccine
Around 7.5 lakh chemists across India will observe a one-day strike Friday against government policies and their impact on traders, a statement said on Wednesday. A statement by the Retailers and Distributors Chemist Association
The All India Chemists and Druggists Association is all set go on strike on May 10 to protest the steep cut in profit margins. They are also protesting the new drug policy, including the fact that no reductions were made in trade
What started as an allegation over the wrongful purchase of antibiotics by a government-appointed committee in Jammu and Kashmir has now started haunting the imagination of the public in the Valley. But is the issue being blown
A new parliamentary standing committee report sheds light on the government’s ‘dilly-dallying and procrastination’ over serious irregularities in the approval of various drugs, many of them banned in countries like the US.
Granules India Ltd., a fast growing pharmaceutical manufacturing company, has reported eight percent growth in the net profit during 2012-13. The company earned a net profit of Rs.33 crore against Rs.30 crore during the previous
Taking cognizance of the seriousness of the spurious drug scam in Jammu and Kashmir, a local court ordered the immediate arrest of 15 people involved in the racket whose names have so-far cropped in investigations. The court
Haryana's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and police have seized psychotropic drugs worth Rs.15 lakh from a private bus in the state's Fatehabad district, an official said on Sunday. The FDA spokesman said that the intoxicants
The Omar Abdullah government has given a clean chit to former Health Minister Lal Sharma in J&K and handed over investigations of the spurious drug scam to the Crime Branch. Current Minister of State for Health, Shabhir Ahmed