Pharma companies must specify whether risk involved in testing new formulations on human beings justified by benefits expected from exercise
The Supreme Court today directed the Union Health Ministry to make drug companies, which want to experiment with new formulations, to answer three queries in a format to be prepared by the technical committee.
Karnataka govt, Steel Ministry had appealed to SC to alleviate shortage of iron and manganese ore
The Supreme Court today asked the empowered committee on Karnataka mines to respond to the grievance of the industries that the iron ore offered to be released would not adequately meet the shortage faced by them.
The Supreme Court on Thursday extended the time for gram sabhas in Odisha to decide on allowing mining in the mineral-rich regions of Rayagada and Kalahandi districts where Vedanta proposes to set up an alumina refinery and other projects.