Substantiate allegations against Ranbaxy, says Supreme Court
Experts say allegations against the generic pharma company motivated by vested interests
Diesel price hike: no scope for roll back
'Not raising diesel prices would harm economy much more'
‘Possible carcinogen’ bromate found in Mumbai’s packaged water
Study by BARC scientists stresses the need to define safe limits for by-products like bromate in bottled and drinking water in India
COVID-19 airborne transmission possible in some indoor settings: WHO
Asymptomatic patients can pass on virus, extent unknown
Breastfeeding week kicks off amid concerns over unlawful tactics by baby food companies
Health activists call for effective implementation of regulations that ban promotion of baby foods and feeding bottles for infants
Patent claim on hepatitis C drug questioned in many countries
With hepatitis C killing at least 700,000 people every year, civil society has strengthened efforts to make the drug accessible
Production and sale of baby food to be monitored
Non-profits and two autonomous state agencies authorised to lodge complaints regarding violations. Will that be enough to bring violators to book?
Hepatitis afflicts many HIV/AIDS patients, but there is no policy for them
Health ministry and AIDS control body keep shifting responsibility; no statistics available on patients with co-infection