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Pharma firms may get away with lower benefit-sharing obligation

New Delhi, May 26 -- Pharma companies that use plants, animal extracts or microorganisms in manufacturing their products may need to share minimal benefits with the local community from which they sou... Read More


Pharma firms may get away with lower benefit-sharing obligation

NEW DELHI, May 26 -- Pharma companies that use plants, animal extracts or microorganisms in manufacturing their products may need to share minimal benefits with the local community from which they sou... Read More


Under new norms, pharma firms may get away with lower benefit-sharing obligation

India, May 26 -- Pharma companies that use plants, animal extracts or microorganisms in manufacturing their products may need to share minimal benefits with the local community from which they source ... Read More


Pharma firms may get away with lower benefit-sharing obligation

new delhi, May 26 -- Pharma companies that use plants, animal extracts or microorganisms in manufacturing their products may need to share minimal benefits with the local community from which they sou... Read More


Anti-drought projects under rural job scheme incomplete, abandoned

New Delhi, May 23 -- A large number of anti-drought projects related to water harvesting and micro irrigation that have been taken up in many states in the past few years under the Mahatma Gandhi Nati... Read More


Anti-drought projects under rural job scheme incomplete, abandoned

New Delhi, May 23 -- A large number of anti-drought projects related to water harvesting and micro irrigation that have been taken up in many states in the past few years under the Mahatma Gandhi Nati... Read More


Anti-drought projects under rural job scheme incomplete, abandoned

NEW DELHI, May 23 -- Alarge number of anti-drought projects related to water harvesting and micro irrigation that have been taken up in many states in the past few years under the Mahatma Gandhi Natio... Read More


Apprehensions over WHO move on traditional Chinese medicine

NEW DELHI, May 21 -- Wildlife scientists and activists across the world are concerned over reports that the World Health Organization (WHO) will formally recognise traditional medicine - including the... Read More


Apprehensions over WHO move on traditional Chinese medicine

New Delhi, May 21 -- Wildlife scientists and activists across the world are concerned over reports that the World Health Organization (WHO) will formally recognise traditional medicine - including the... Read More


Plants uprooted, buried in drive against Bt brinjal

New Delhi, May 19 -- The Haryana horticulture department has launched a crackdown on the illegal cultivation of genetically modified brinjal or eggplant in Fatehabad district, a top official said on F... Read More