VIAGRA IN SOUTH ASIA

 
Published: Friday 30 April 1999

Pakistan will become the first country in South Asia when Viagra, the anti-impotency drug, will be made available through over-the-counter sales. The pill is expected to hit the shelves all over the country sometime this month. "It may be another feather in the present government's cap that it took Pakistan into the 'Viagra Age' before most of the developing countries even thought of it," a report in Pakistan's newspaper News International stated.

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