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Maruti's Splash turns Ritz thanks to Ford 12.7.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Maruti's Splash turns Ritz thanks to Ford
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Maruti's Splash turns Ritz thanks to Ford 12.7.2009 ET: Auto
Suzuki was forced to rechristened its small car Splash when it came to launch in India, as the name was already registered as a brand here by rival Ford Motors, which says it may or may not even use the name for its products.
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CPA Global retains 2nd place for core LPO services 12.7.2009 Financial Express
CPA Global retains 2nd place for core LPO services
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Sun Pharma settles Lexapro patent issue with Forest Lab Inc 11.7.2009 Financial Express
Sun Pharma settles Lexapro patent issue with Forest Lab Inc
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Sun Pharma settles Lexapro patent issue with Forest Lab Inc 11.7.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
US-based Forest Laboratories, Inc. and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Forest Laboratories Holdings, Ltd.
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Ranbaxy plans to launch growth hormone drug 11.7.2009 ET: Pharma
Ranbaxy Laboratories is planning a new growth hormone product to target the emerging global market for new versions of patent-expired biotech drugs, a person familiar with the development said.
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'Efficacy' point in Glivec ruling impractical 11.7.2009 DNA: Top News
Too many contentious issues in IPAB's patent rejection to the Novartis drug.
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Sun Pharma, Forest settle legal issues on anti-depressant 11.7.2009 HBL: Corporate
Mumbai, July 10 Sun Pharmaceutical has entered into agreements with Forest to settle legal proceedings on Lexapro (escitalopram oxalate) tablets, used as an anti-depressant.
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Sun Pharma enters pact with Forest Labs,H Lundbeck for Lexapro 10.7.2009 ET: Pharma
Sun Pharma and its US subsidiary Caraco Pharma have entered into agreements with Forest Laboratoriesa and H Lundbeck to settle legal proceedings related to Lexapro tablets.
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Sun's Caraco settles litigation with Forest Lab in US 10.7.2009 ET: Pharma
The Rs 4,300-crore Sun Pharmaceuticals Ltd's US-subsidiary, Caraco Pharmaceuticals Laboratories Ltd, has gone for settlement of the legal proceedings related to Lexapro(R) (escitalopram oxalate) tablets
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Who’ll cure Africa? 10.7.2009 Financial Express
Who’ll cure Africa?
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Wholl cure Africa? 10.7.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
Some world markets are turning hostile to Indian generic drugs. Part of that is explained by fear of fakes. But partly, it's just bad policy by other governments
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Matrix drags Israeli co Teva to court over patent issue 10.7.2009 ET: Pharma
The dust hasn’t settled yet on the Novartis case and another patent dispute has emerged in the pharma space.
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Are big pharma companies delaying cheaper drugs? 10.7.2009 Hindu: Opinion
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Lupin, 2 others face Europe anti-trust probe 10.7.2009 HBL: Corporate
Mumbai, July 9 Faced with an anti-trust probe by the European Commission, drug-makers Lupin and Unichem have said they are working with the EC to sort out issues relating to investigations started against them in connection with cardio-vascular
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EDITORIAL COMMENT | Bring Back Merit 10.7.2009 TOI: Editorial
HRD ministry's brain gain policy is a good idea.
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Desperately seeking Rakhi Sawant 9.7.2009 DNA: Top News
A participant on her reality show tries to sneak into her room after the shooting to spend some private moments with her.
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Allure of R&D draws tech giants to India 9.7.2009 ET: IETS
India, perceived as a necessary low-cost option only a few years ago, is fast becoming a destination for higher-end R&D work.
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Battle for India's e-governance project hots up 9.7.2009 Rediff: Business
IT majors like IBM, Sun Microsystems and Red Hat have shot letters to industry bodies
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Patents: Nestle,Takeda sue Lupin, Torrent 9.7.2009 Rediff: Business
In another development, leading Japanese drug maker Takeda Pharmaceutical sued Ahmedabad-based Torrent Pharma in the US for infringing seven patents covering its flagship diabetes drug, Actos. Oracea (doxycycline) is the only US Food and Drug Administration approved oral drug to treat rosacea -- a skin disorder in the face with inflammation, skin redness and spider veins.
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