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Dr Reddy’s to launch 20 products in US in FY20

Dr Reddy’s on May 17 said it is planning to launch 20 products in the US and aims to maintain 50 percent plus gross margin in FY20. The company anticipates US FDA approval for generic Nuvaring, a contraceptive, in the first half of FY20. The

Trade war: India extends retaliatory tariff deadline on US products to June 16

The government on Tuesday again extended its deadline to impose retaliatory import duties on 29 US products, including almond, walnut and pulses, till June 16. A notification of the finance ministry said that implementation of increased customs duty on specified imports originating in the

6 Best Practices for Password Security: Fortinet

Fortinet reminded IT teams and stakeholders to maintain strong passwords and have a password strategy as an essential cybersecurity effort so that every employee and individual plays a crucial part in protecting corporate data. Therefore, password security is of paramount importance. According to the

Corporates, Investors And The International Security Threat

It is often said that the first duty of Government is to keep its people safe. But I know from my time as UK National Security Adviser that this is becoming increasingly unrealistic, given the changing nature of the threats, particularly from terrorism and

BJP protests in Srinagar against security withdrawal of political workers

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state general secretary Ashok Kaul held a protest at Press Enclave in Srinagar against the security withdrawal of the political workers in Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday May 07, 2019. Mubashir Khan/GK Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday held a

Kim Kardashian paid Rs 18 lakh for her bathroom sinks. They are weird beyond words

Kim Kardashians bathroom sinks might have cost her Rs 18 lakh Reality TV mogul, Kim Kardashian recently opened her home for her viewers during a video interview. Her special furniture choices in the bathroom led to a frenzy on social media. Architects and interior

Deserted beaches, empty rooms: Easter blasts take a toll on Sri Lanka tourism

Sri Lanka’s $4.4 billion tourism industry is reeling from cancellations as travellers shun the sun and sand Indian Ocean island after multiple suicide bombings that killed over 250 people two weeks ago. Suspected suicide bombers from little-known Islamic groups in Sri Lanka attacked churches and luxury

Godrej invests $1.2 million in home-tech startup ZunRoof

The funding comes at an integral time for the company, which is working towards the fulfillment of the government’s target of achieving 40 GW by 2022 for rooftop solar. The family office of diversified conglomerate Godrej has invested $1.2 million in home-technology startup ZunRoof

SL blasts aftermath: Security tightened around churches

Elaborate security arrangements were in place at St Mark’s Cathedral on MG Road. While a pink Hoysala vehicle was stationed near the St Mark’s Road entrance, the MG Road entrance was closed. Sunday church services took place in the city amid heavy security presence

UK govt fund set up to combat modern day slavery globally, including India

A UK government backed fund set up to combat modern day slavery across the world has announced a grant of up to 800,000 pounds each for a new set of projects, including one in India. The Modern Slavery Innovation Fund (MSIF) supports international projects