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Reuters
New Delhi, June 17, 2016
United Nations experts accuses Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to repeal a law on foreign donations to charities.


Team BT
Delhi, June 13, 2016
Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage.


IndiaToday.in
April 7, 2016
How we zeroed in on the country's best Insurers


By E. Kumar Sharma
April 7, 2016
UK-based pharma company GlaxoSmithKline and one of the oldest pharma MNC in India, has announced that it will not file for patents in the low income countries.


Reuters
April 1, 2016
Shortages of essential drugs, mostly generic medicines whose patents have long expired, are becoming increasing frequent globally, prompting the World Health Organization (WHO) to suggest minimum prices may be needed to keep some products on the market.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, April 1, 2016
As many as 103 drug formulation packs, including those used for treating bacterial infections, diabetes, high blood pressure, tuberculosis, epilepsy, Hepatitis C and HIV/AIDS, have become cheaper.


Joe C Mathew
February 8, 2016
Considering the fact that many of these medicines are highly expensive, why should the government make it even more costly by taking such a decision?


IANS
Washington, January 14, 2016
Indians are using their digital IDs called Aadhaar \"to open bank accounts, monitor attendance of civil servants, and identify recipients of government subsidies,\" noted the new 'World Development Report 2016: Digital Dividends,' released on Thursday.


Lalit K Jha
Washington, January 14, 2016
It said would help the government to promote the inclusion of disadvantaged groups in its welfare schemes, the World Bank said.


PB Jayakumar
December 30, 2015
Year 2015 should be regarded as a good year for patients worldwide as the USFDA has given approvals for 45 New Molecular Entity and New Therapeutic Biological Products.


By Robyn Norton and Vivekananda Jha
Delhi, January 1, 2016
Robyn Norton of Global Health; James Martin of Oxford; and Professor Vivekananda Jha of George Institute of Public Health, on improving healthcare facilities in the remotest areas of the country.


By David Singh Grewal and Amy Kapczynski
Delhi, December 28, 2015
Yale Law School's associate professor David Singh Grewal (right), a specialist in IP law and biotechnology and Professor Amy Kapczynski explain how to make drugs-for-all a national priority.


Aditya Kalra
New Delhi, December 12, 2015
The government plans to raise its sanitation and drinking water budget by 60 per cent to $2.15 billion, while the child welfare budget will rise by a quarter to $2.68 billion.


IANS
New York, December 10, 2015
Reliance Industries has been awarded under the category of corporate social responsibility, while Vasudeva has bagged the top honours for chief executive of the year.


Neetu Chandra Sharma
New Delhi, December 2, 2015
The Pharma Jan Samadhan initiative for complaint redressal system regarding availability of medicines, recorded at least 295 complaints in past eight months.


PB Jayakumar
October 9, 2015
Mylan CEO Heather Bresch says India has been doing a pretty good job with its tax-free development zones. Your CSR model is something the rest of the world should follow. It is a great thing to give back to the country, especially when you are developing.


IANS
New Delhi, July 14, 2015
The data, which was inflation adjusted, shows India received $65.1 billion in economic assistance, followed closely by Israel, which got $65 billion.


Zeba Siddiqui
Mumbai, June 11, 2015
More than a third of India's 2.1 million HIV/AIDS patients depend on getting their daily antiretrovirals for free from state-run distribution centres.


PTI
New Delhi, June 11, 2015
The company plans to commence shipping of the product immediately, it said in a statement.


E Kumar Sharma
June 3, 2015
Speaking to Business Today, Jaideep Gogtay, Chief Medical Officer, Cipla said: \"Lopinavir/Ritonavir is a preferred antiretroviral in pediatric patents.


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