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With this judgement, the companies will not be required to label the products as veg or non-veg.
New Delhi, March 12, 2013: The Supreme Court has set aside the Delhi High Court order which asked the government to amend the rules to classify all non-life-saving drugs and cosmetics as vegetarian and non-vegetarian with 'V' and 'NV' labels, respectively. The High Court passed this or...
The Company plans to launch the anti-bacterial drug in first quarter of 2013-14.
Chandigarh, March 11, 2013: Indian pharma major Venus Remedies has received the market authorisation from the Mexican drug regulator for the anti-bacterial drug Meropenem. The company plans to launch the product in the first quarter of 2013-14.
The policy aims to provide ready-to-use infrastructure for establishing pharmaceutical enterprises on cluster concept.
Bengaluru, March 7, 2013: Karnataka has unveiled a new pharmaceutical policy in the State in order to provide a ready-to-use infrastructure for establishing pharmaceutical enterprises on cluster concept by way of pharma parks.
The exhibition aims to showcase the latest range of India's pharma products.
New Delhi, March 5, 2013: A record 62 Indian companies will be participating in a major pharmaceutical exhibition scheduled to start in the economic capital of Nigeria in Lagos on Thursday.
The move is expected to make the medicines cheaper.
New Delhi, March 1, 2013: Swiss drug company Roche has entered into an agreement with Emcure Pharma for local manufacturing of its two patented cancer drugs. It is expected that the technology transfer project will make the medicines cheaper.