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US regulator fast-tracks approval for Wockhardt drugs 1.9.2014 Rediff: Business
These drugs will be entering in their global Phase -3 clinical trials early next year.
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Wockhardt's WCK 771 and WCK 2349 recieve QIDP status from US FDA 1.9.2014 ET: Pharma
This is the first instance of an Indian pharmaceutical company receiving a QIDP status, Wockhardt said in a release issued here.
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USFDA grants Qualified Infectious Disease Product status to two Wockhardt drugs 31.8.2014 ET: Pharma
Two drugs - WCK 771 and WCK 2349 - have received QIDP status, which allows fast-track review of the drug application by the USFDA.
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Japan’s attempt to get in stricter patent protection into free trade agreement raises concern 29.8.2014 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
There is concern among those working for improving access to medicines regarding Japan’s attempt to get in stricter patent protection laws at the just-concluded round of negotiation of Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) which includes ...
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Pharma-funded patients’ groups pushing industry agenda on biosimilars 29.8.2014 TOI: Home
Patients' groups with significant funding from pharma appear to back the multinational pharmaceutical industry's attempt to block the entry of cheaper copies of biological medicines which could help increase access of these medicines to patients across the world.
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Avaya CEO biz tip: Pirates' code of high courage & low ego works in tough times 29.8.2014 ET: Corporate Dossier
Very few CEOs can claim to have a doctorate, a few patents, a clutch of scientific papers and management books under their belt but Dr Kevin Kennedy ticks all the boxes.
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Disney explores ditching puppets and fireworks for drone-powered displays 28.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

A patent application outlines how Disneys theme parks could swap traditional displays for drone aerial light displays and animated puppets

Disney is exploring the use of drones in its theme parks which could be used for aerial light displays, holding projection screens and suspending and controlling large, animated 3D puppets.

A series of patent applications filed in 2013, published recently by Disney, reveal that the company is working on ways of using drones to replace traditional firework displays and large balloons marionette-controlled from the ground by puppeteers.

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Why is this new lingerie campaign so controversial? 28.8.2014 Rediff: GetAhead
Dear Kate has released it's new lookbook featuring tech bosses in their undies.
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Apple loses bid to block sales of 9 Samsung phones 28.8.2014 Sify Finance
A federal judge has rejected Apple's attempt to block the sale of several older Samsung smartphones that copied features in the iPhone.
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John Bercow gives way on Commons job after stern warning from MPs 27.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Speaker agrees to split clerk and chief executive roles after warning of 'fatal' consequences over dual role for Carol Mills

John Bercow is prepared to climb down over the appointment of a new chief executive and clerk of the House of Commons after senior MPs from the principal parties warned of a serious threat to his position.

As the former Labour home secretary David Blunkett moved to calm tensions, the Speaker let it be known at Westminster that he was willing to split the two roles and effectively hand the senior position to the clerk.

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Microsoft has nearly $93 billion in overseas cash, and it's reduced its tax bill by almost $30 billion 25.8.2014 ET: Software
Software giant said it has now stockpiled $92.9 billion offshore and that this money could have cost the company $29.6 billion in taxes, but didn't.
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Drug makers to inject cash 24.8.2014 Telegraph: Business
Mumbai, Aug. 24: Indian companies may be wary of scrutiny by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but they are also likely to invest more over the next four years to comply with the strict norms set by the regulator.
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President Pranab Mukherjee calls for promoting atmosphere conducive for research 24.8.2014 DNA: Top News
President Pranab Mukherjee has called for restoring the atmosphere conducive for research and perfect teacher-student relation in educational institutions of the country. While addressing the students of the Krishnath College here yesterday the President said, " there is need for serious introspection on why our educational institutions are not among the front ranking institutions in the world although we have no dearth of qualified teachers and brilliant students." He said mere expansion of physical infrastructure in educational sector alone cannot bring about proper improvement or lead to comprehensive development. The concept of a knowledge society means only by acquiring superior technology can a country become a super power. Highlighting the importance of innovation, the President said no country can progress without innovation. Higher educational institutions can take a leading role in encouraging innovative activities. Central Universities have been asked to create innovative hubs for search of ...
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President calls for promoting atmosphere conducive for research 24.8.2014 Govt of india: PIB
President calls for promoting atmosphere conducive for research
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'Live happily' lesson lives on 21.8.2014 Telegraph: Nation
Meera Raichura Vaghani, a yoga teacher in Pune, pays tribute to B.K.S. Iyengar. Meera has been a disciple at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Pune for the last five years. Before this, she lived in Calcutta.
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iPhone 6: leaked photos show possible design 20.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Apple developer software also indicates larger iPhone 6 could have higher resolution to fit more on screen

Leaked images of front and back casings purport to show the final design of the iPhone 6, which appears to be reminiscent of the first iPhone.

The unverified images were posted by luxury phone brand Feld and Volk on its Instagram account, with Apple blog MacRumors, claiming to show a leaked photos of the iPhone 6s body from pre-production front and rear parts put together.

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Indian drug companies’ business plans upset after court injunction on generic versions 19.8.2014 ET: Pharma
Cases where courts forbid Indian drugmakers from launching generic versions of patented drugs has rattled domestic pharma sector.
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How much time would a reversible USB cable save? 18.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

The new iPhone 6 could be released with a USB cable that can be plugged into a slot either way up. We tested the current non-reversible cable on 15 people in our office

The new iPhone 6 could come with reversible USB cables, according to unconfirmed leaked pictures.

Reversible USB port on the new Lightning cables! pic.twitter.com/bhVKjK3xKl

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iPhone 6 could come with reversible USB cable 18.8.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

New version of Lightning cable could be reversible at both ends that can be plugged into a USB port either way up

Apple could release a new version of its Lightning iPhone and iPad cable with the iPhone 6 that can be plugged into a USB port either way up.

The cable would remove the need to fiddle around to find the right way up to plug the iPhones USB cable into a computer.

Reversible USB port on the new Lightning cables! pic.twitter.com/bhVKjK3xKl

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Vyome Biosciences raises $8 million 18.8.2014 Sify Finance
Vyome Biosciences, a Delhi-based biopharmaceutical company focused on developing dermatology products, has closed a Series-B financing round worth $8 million (Rs 48 crore), led by Sabre Partners.
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