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Participants from 10 countries attend 2-day training programme at NIPER

A total of 20 participants from 10 countries — Algeria, Bangladesh, Cuba, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mauritius, Malawi, Sri Lanka and Sudan — with background of drug regulatory, pharmacist and quality control attended this course.

‘Afghanistan govt determined to curb opium production’

Speaking to The Indian Express, Khaliq said that although opium production in Afghanistan was highest in the world, President Ashraf Ghani’s government was determined to curb the menace of drugs in Afghanistan.

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Board of Governors chairman asks NIPER director to revoke registrar’s suspension

The chargesheet mentioned that Waraich committed several acts of omission and commission and allowed the use of official residential accommodation allotted to him for commercial activities and promotion of individual interest of his own family.

Punjab and Haryana HC gives clean chit to NIPER’s officiating head, three other scientists

Earlier on March 11, the High Court had put a stay on the central government’s order.

After Bhutani, seniormost faculty comes under scanner

Sharanjeet Singh was most likely to replace K K Bhutani before the registration of a corruption case against him.

Eyebrows raised as tainted NIPER prof shortlisted for director’s post at Hajipur in Bihar and Guwahati

Appointment to be made at either Hajipur or Guwahati campus.

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CBI raids cast shadow on NIPER function, as Union minister, secy stay away

Bhutani, who was grilled by the CBI on Friday and Saturday, had said that the minister would attend the function but neither the minister nor the secretary of the department turned up for the function.

CBI books 7 officers of NIPER for graft; Bhutani, Waraich among those named

Agency conducts raids at 22 places across the country, names in FIR a private firm at Pune as well.

CBI starts probe into ‘diversion’ of funds at NIPER

‘Whistle-blower’ ex-scientist of the institute had moved the High Court against the institute and made CBI a respondent.

Cancer journal retracts article by NIPER scientists

Director Bhutani could not be reached despite repeated calls. He also did not respond to questions sent on his email.

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