The government aims to tie up with public hospitals and private drug makers to open 3,000 stores and distribute 549 medicines at a cheaper rate to the poor
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FSSAI standards allow chocolates to contain only cocoa butter and no vegetable oil and fat.
Cabinet note being drafted to make India’s drug regulator a world-class body that will set global benchmarks for companies.
Freight incentivization scheme offers huge discounts on cement, food grain and steel and iron to help rake in additional Rs 700-1,000 crore in FY16.
USFDA wants future collaboration with its Indian counterpart CDSCO for inspection for regulating spurious drugs.
With the govt powering ahead with a mega Rs 6 lakh crore solar energy expansion plans, banks have already committed to finance 70,000 MW of renewable projects.
ISIBC president pitches for further simplification of tax regime and ease of doing business.
The proposed policy change assumes importance as it may boost the overall output of oil companies.