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Indian Fashion Beckons International Models

...iting innovative silhouettes as well as becoming a profitable business destination for international buyers. Indian fashion designers have also started showcasing their clothes in top international fashion weeks with Manish Malhotra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Rohit Bal, Manish Arora, J.J. Valaya and others partic...

Health Insurance- Play It Safe And Reap The Benefits

...ne, fire and engineering sectors which were hugely profitable and used to make up for loss-making sectors like health and motor insurance. Chief executives of general insurance companies strongly opine that Health insurance (Mediclaim) premiums for particularly group health insurance, could be expected to shoot...

The Queen Of All Contraceptives Released

...t debate against such a pill is not a particularly profitable attitude for Wyeth, as it angles for its share of the $1.7 billion annual American market for birth control pills. So as business-savvy officials re-conceptualize menstruation as a disease in need of treatment, bleeding women may well be in for a...

Ranbaxy Labs Extends Roots in South Africa

...eneric company in South Africa and one of the most profitable companies in the market. Be-Tabs Pharmaceuticals (Pty) Ltd was founded in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1974 and focuses on producing the highest quality products in a competitive pharmaceutical environment. Since its early beginnings, the Company h...

South African Farmers Turn to Organic Farming

...th Africa, where it is being billed, not only as a profitable enterprise, but also as a panacea for poor soil quality in growing regions. From an estimated 5 million rand ($700,000) before 2003, sales of organic food grown in South Africa - domestic sales and exports combined - jumped to 155 million rand ($21...

John Hopkins Hospitals- Now at Tokyo

...s in 2005, Tokyo Midtown Medical Center aims to be profitable in three years, according to the clinic's chief operating officer Tetsuya Furukawa. He expects the clinic to attract clients from among the estimated 13,000 foreign residents who live in and around Roppongi. Developing ``state-of-the-art'' clinics ...

Banking (T)issues : cloning issue surfaces

...the donor if the tissues are used for some kind of profitable purpose.The people were also asked in the survey if they would like to contribute tissues for any particular area of research. Although Australian government has clearly banned reproductive cloning, the survey shows that people still fear that it c...

Heart Procedure numbers go haywire in an Ohio City

...and are passionate about angioplasties, the highly profitable procedure in which they specialize. Whether angioplasty is good for the patient is open to medical debate. . "We do manage very aggressively the patients we care for," said Dr. John W. Schaeffer, the founder and president of the group, the North Oh...

Angola Warned of Recurrent Cholera Outbreaks

... purchase water at very high prices - it is a very profitable activity.” Since the onset of the epidemic MSF has collaborated with the Health Ministry and has brought in several100 doctors, nurses, water and sanitation experts, information and education specialists to get the disease under control. ...

Brazil & Kenya Seek Support For A New Resolution At WHO’s Annual Mee

...went on to explain that this was so as there is no profitable market. The new resolution considers concerns such as the need for appropriate, effective and safe tools for patients living in resource-poor settings and the urgency of developing new medicines to address emerging health threats. The World Healt...

Himachal Pradesh: Horse Dung To Be Converted Into Organic Fertilizer

...College here. Civic authorities have hit upon a profitable way out. 'We have come up with a plan for the proper disposal of horse dung at Kufri and converting it into organic fertiliser,' said Susheel Negi, the district magistrate of Shimla. 'We will make it mandatory for horse owners to attach carry b...

Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibody Production Is More Profitable Than Small Molecule Drugs

...es ever recover their costs. Drug is likely to be profitable if peak revenues pass the $300 million mark. So fa... biotherapeutics products life cycle might be more profitable than that of a small molecule drug. However, this high level of success may be difficult to sustain ...

ICMR along with other International Research organisation with drug development for Neglected Diseases

...rugs, but their diseases do not represent a market profitable enough to attract Research and Development (R&D). Investment in drugs for neglected diseases is a mere trickle compared to the large amount invested in R&D for possible blockbuster drugs for diseases like cancer and hypertension, or lifestyle disorde...

Dr Reddy’s Laboratories to challenge patents on drug

...hich are difficult to formulate. Nothing can be as profitable as a generic drug, because of the manufacturing cost advantage. In fact, the marketing exclusivity on fluoxetine is the best thing to have happened to Dr Reddy’s in a very long time. The next generic drug which Dr Reddy’s hopes to launch in the US ...

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