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July 10, 2018

India -Misreading the pharma market

The DPCO 2013 covers only 376 essential medicines in specific presentations and strengths. India’s domestic pharma market sales is about Rs 1.3 lakh crore per year. Perfect competition does not favour the patients  S Srinivasan | Indian pharma’s boom period, which… Continue Reading →

Adv Surendra Gadling will be 50 on July 30, at Yerwada Prison, send him greetings #DefendDissent

*Advocate Surendra Gadling, the Human Rights People’s Lawyer will be turning 50 on 30th July 2018.* Due to the political prejudice of the Maharashtra police he will be in Yerwada Prison incarcerated in an FIR related to the Bhima Koregaon events,… Continue Reading →

Statement of Defence against Fabricated News

I condemn and firmly deny the false statements made by Ankur Sharma of in an article updated on 8th July 2018 on the same website. This article, without citing any reference, says that the Ministry of Home Affairs has released a… Continue Reading →

Did Priyanka Chopra wear a burqa while meeting Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh?

By Arjun Sidharth  – 9th July 2018 1.4KSHARES Facebook Twitter In May 2018, Priyanka Chopra’s visit to a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh’s Cox Bazaar as a UNICEF goodwill ambassador invited much slander and abuse. Now, a photograph showing Chopra wearing a… Continue Reading →

SC: Why should religion bestow power to touch girl’s genitals? #EndFGM

Slams Female Circumcision, Centre Supports Ban On Mutilation New Delhi: With the Centre supporting a complete ban on religious practices in certain communities sanctioning female genital mutilation (FGM) or circumcision, the Supreme Court on Monday came down heavily on… Continue Reading →

India – Nun rape case: Police to quiz Cardinal

 VR Jayaraj | Kochi The Kerala Police probing the case pertaining to the  alleged rape of a senior nun by Bishop Franco Mulakkal of the Jalandhar Latin Catholic Diocese is expected to question Major Archbishop Cardinal Mar George Alencherry, head of… Continue Reading →

Modicare is a ‘hoax’! After Amartya Sen, this economist slams Modi government

The budget (for the scheme) for this year is 2,000 crore. Even if it is spent, it’s less than 20 rupees per person,” the economist said. Noted development economist Jean Dreze said that Modicare is a ‘hoax’ After presenting the… Continue Reading →

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