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Indian drugmaker Ranbaxy, which was out to fight with the USFDA over withdrawing tentative approvals for two drugs, has faced a blow as a US district judge denied the company’s
Outdoor wear brand Woodland will be opening exclusive brand stores in the overseas markets with focus on eastern Europe, south Africa, West Asia and China. Seeing good
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Maruti Suzuki India's grip on the country's car market tightened in October with six of its models, including the newly launched mid-sized sedan Ciaz, featuring in the top 10 selling
After years of buying cooking oil sold in plastic bags at a village store, farmer Kisan Pawar has made the jump to branded packs of soyabean oil from a retail
With an aim to treble its commercial vehicles exports by 2018-19, homegrown auto major Tata Motors is eyeing a major push in various markets, including Russia and the ASEAN regions.
Uninor, the local arm of Norwegian telecom operator Telenor, today announced the appointment of Vivek Sood as its new Chief Executive Officer with effect from December 1, 2014.
A US court has denied a request by drugmaker Ranbaxy Laboratories to stop competitors from launching copies of AstraZeneca Plc's heartburn pill Nexium and Roche's antiviral Valcyte, a court filing
Tucked away near Lake Geneva, a handful of Nestle scientists are quietly working on realising every couch potato's dream: exercise that comes in a bottle.
The world's biggest food company,
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- K Srinath ReddyPresidentPublic Health Foundation
Personalised medicine has limited uses in terms of prediction of diseases, yet it can be helpful in drug targeting and finding out
- KK MohantyManaging directorGammon Infra
Market situation has improved since the new government came to power. We expect the QIP issue to go through in two to three months.
- Ajay KapurChief executive officerAmbuja Cements
The company expects construction acitivity to pick up pace despite the challenging macro-economic conditions, considering the favourable announcements
- Rajiv LallManaging DirectorIDFC
There is no clarity on why TAQA took the decision, though they have said there has been a change in priorities.