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By Singh & Associates
The objective of these draft guidelines is to ensure the quality and identity of pharmaceutical products during all aspects of the distribution process.
By Singh & Associates
The Draft Charter is available at Health Ministry website and open for stakeholder comments.
By Singh & Associates
On August 28, 2018, the Central Government proposed ePharmacy draft rules under Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1945.
By Aishani Das
Oppression and mismanagement are terms often chanced upon when company affairs are put to review.
By Adhip Kumar Ray
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in its recent judgment of Social Action Forum for Manav Adhikar and Another v Union of India Ministry of Law and Justice and Others revisited the important issue relating to ...
By Vageesh Sharma
The Judgement becomes significant in light of the Courts recognising the inter-disciplinary approach between law and human rights.
By Tanuka De
The Court also held that the satisfaction of the President of India under Article 123 and of the Governor under Article 213 while issuing an Ordinance is not immune from judicial review.
By Harsimran Singh
Notably, this amendment has been introduced based on the recommendation of the Ministry of Child and Women Development.
By Divya Harchandani
Recently, Specific Relief Act, 1963 ("the Act") underwent valiant changes in order to cater to augmented contractual transactions inter-se parties and disputes arising therein.
By Akanksha Tanvi
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, recently, while setting aside a judgment of the High Court of Judicature at Madras opined that an arbitration clause needs to be interpreted strictly and the matter shall not be referred ...
By Palash Taing
The Division Bench of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in the matter of M/s. Shriram EPC Limited vs. Rioglass Solar SA has uphold that the payment of stamp duty under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 ...
By Heena Lamba
Many a times such sections are used in disguise by the petitioners to revoke the patent especially to get monetary benefits or to end a linked contract.
By Monika Shailesh
A machine, in simple terms, was conceived and devised by man as a contraption to help ease his burden by doing a strenuous job repeatedly at a faster pace.
By Aayush Sharma
Propelled by special packages and tax exemptions announced by the Government of India, a swarm of Startups, claiming to provide innovative solutions and products to the customer, are being incorporated.
By Samridh Ahuja
The owner of a trademark can do so much at the preliminary stage itself to avoid future litigation and/or conflicts.
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