Of the country’s total installed generation capacity of 3,63,370 MW, the peak demand met was a little less than half at just around 1,88,072 MW on November 7, according to official data available with grid managers and analysed by The Indian Express.
The vaccine, to be sold under the brand name ‘ChiroRab’, will add to the Hyderabad-headquartered firm’s existing ARV capacity and help it become a major player in the over Rs 200-crore Indian rabies vaccine market.
The liquidity crisis, which has resulted in HBL waiting for over Rs 300 crore in additional funds, has also made it difficult for the company to pay its employees since June, The Indian Express has learnt.
“This dream of achieving a $5 trillion economy does not belong only to the Centre. This goal can only be achieved with the cooperation of different states,” said the PM at the Rising Himachal Global Investors’ Meet, taking place till Friday.
India believes that the RCEP trade deal doesn't provide adequate protection against possible surges of imported goods. In particular, India is concerned about cheap Chinese goods flooding the domestic market.
"Too much water or too little water hits our economy. The Netherlands is (also) a country where water always is and has been part of the way we develop ... Our water authorities are almost 1,000 years old, so we have a water democracy," says Henk Ovink.
India, on September 18, approved an ordinance prohibiting electronic cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems like vapes, e-hookahs and e-cigars in the country, making their possession and trade a punishable offence.
The panel — in its 113-page report released late Thursday — recommended that India “withdraw the prohibited subsidies” under these schemes within 90-180 days (depending on the scheme) from the adoption of its report.
Additionally, the court has found merit in arguments that Boehringer had caused a Kolkata-based neurologist to file a public interest litigation (PIL) raising safety issues with the approval before the German firm went to court itself.
According to a draft notification shared Friday, the Health Ministry proposes to notify all devices under a section of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, that would define them as “drugs” starting December 1.
According to the letter issued to Glenmark, the company “failed to adequately investigate more than 70 consumer complaints associated with punctures, cracks, and holes” in some of the topical creams and ointments manufactured at its Baddi facility.
RK Singh said that states needed to step up and take stern measures against electricity theft, and, contrary to popular belief, locking up offenders would not make them lose votes in the next elections.