Hoechst Marion Ropussel Ltd, has introduced a new anti-epilepsy drug "Frisium" in India. The drug is effective in treating chronic therapy resistant epilepsy and is suitable for use as an adjuvant

With the exit of the controversial Israeli company, Eisenberg, from the Rs 3,000 crore, 700 MW Yamunanagar power project in Haryana, the power ministry is exploring the possibility of the National

The next time production targets are missed and absenteeism levels seem to be on the rise, the usual remedies coupled with wage incentives may not be the only answer. These tell-tale symptoms could

Representatives of top cocoa and coffee naitons will gather in Calcutta on Monday to discuss greater and safer use of jute bags in packaging. The two-day seminar, being organisedby the Internationsl

Rating agencies are gearing up for the fresh influx of business that they are likely to reveive from plantation companies once Sebi makes it mandatory for them to have their collective scheme s

The Hyderabad-based Shantha Biotechnics Private Limited (SBPL) has threatened to take drug ginat SmithKline Beecham (SB) to court for indulging in a 'smear campaign' against its new hepatitis

Sinar Mas Pulp & Paper (India) is in talks with the Gujarat government for setting up a Rs 2,000 crore state-of-the-art paper project. The company was planning to go in for an expansion of its Pune

The World Bank claims that despite the largest "concentration" of the poor in the world,India has "wasted" considerable anti-poverty funds. The bank called upon India to urgently develop a new

Ayurvedic durg manufacturers in the country will have to conform to certain specific guidelines in manufacturing proctices soon. The Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has had consultations

In a bid to part finance its Ninth and Tenth Plan projects, National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has asked for fresh loans from the World Bank along with restructuring of its earlier loans.