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PB Jayakumar
New Delhi, April 15, 2020
How healthcare, FMCG, pharma, petrochemical and IT companies will turn the capabilities acquired during the coronavirus crisis into new businesses in India and abroad


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 31, 2020
Now all medical devices used to treat a patient - be it syringes, needles, cardiac stents, knee implant, digital thermometers, CT scan, MRIs, dialysis machines - will be regulated under the Drugs and Cosmetics Act


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, February 12, 2020
Decision is going to have a major impact on the small and marginal players, largely unorganised, in low-value high volume segment of medical devices industry


Joe C Mathew
November 28, 2019
Diagnostic imaging sector, largely dominated by big players, constitutes 36 per cent of the market, consumables and patient aids could be another 28 per cent, Invest India estimates


PTI
November 7, 2019



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July 24, 2019



Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, June 14, 2018
In a concept note released on June 8, NITI Aayog said that the move is in line with the government plan to achieve the overall goal of affordable healthcare for all by making all critical and lifesaving medical devices available at affordable prices.


BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, February 28, 2015
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday presented his maiden full-year Budget for the 2015-16 financial year in the Lok Sabha. Read the full text of his speech here:


Taslima Khan
November 23, 2012
Despite many difficulties, a number of other entrepreneurs are setting up their own ventures to make novel, low-cost medical equipment suited for Indian conditions.


Rahul Sachitanand
February 22, 2011
The networking giant, fresh from topping $1 billion in India revenues, begins walking its talk in the hinterland.


www.businesstoday.in
March 5, 2009
This is Business Today’s Third Annual Listing of hottest start-ups and, pretty much like the two previous lists in 2007 and 2008, this listing is also completely subjective.


Nitya Varadarajan
May 12, 2008
India Inc is waking up to nanotechnology, and this promises to change the way you live—whether by arresting the biological ageing process or curing diseases, such as cancer, diabetes and HIV-AIDS, or even bringing out the best from shampoos and airconditioners. A report by Nitya Varadarajan.


www.businesstoday.in
April 29, 2008
From a long list of names, we finally picked 10 that stood out for the uniqueness of their businesses or rapid growth. Our second annual listing of the most happening young ventures.


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