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Jan Swasthya Abhiyan shocked by Delhi HC order on FDC drugs

Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA) expressed concern and shock at the verdict of the Delhi High Court lifting the ban on 344 Fixed Dose Combinations (FDCs) of drugs by the government a few months back. In a..
IndiaTimes

Delhi HC dismisses bail pleas of suspected ISIS operatives

A bench of Justices Gita Mittal and Anu Malhotra rejected the appeals filed by all the accused against the trial court's order saying they were "devoid of any legal merit".
IndiaTimes

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The Delhi High Court on Monday suspended DDCA’s decision to remove three selectors appointed by Justice Mukul Mudgal, while asking the board to clear all due within 48 hours to cricketers, who..
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News video: Delhi HC dismisses Kejriwal's plea for stay in criminal defamation case

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Delhi HC quashes Centre’s notification on OTC drug ban


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Delhi HC sets aside Centre's decision to ban 344 fixed FDC medicines

delhi hc sets aside centre's decision to ban 344 fixed fdc medicines
The Delhi High Court today set aside the Centre's decision to ban 344 fixed dose combination medicines.The court, while allowing 454 pleas of pharma majors, said, the Centre went about in haphazard..
All India Radio Also reported by •Firstpost

Delhi HC sets aside Centre's ban on 344 drugs


newKerala.com Also reported by •ANI NewsDNA

Centre can't ban 344 fixed dose drug: Delhi HC

The court pronounced its order after hearing arguments of companies like Pfizer, Glenmark, Procter and Gamble and Cipla, the central government and some NGOs like All India Drug Action Network (AIDAN)..
IndiaTimes

Delhi HC likely to pronounce order on pleas against 344 FDC drugs ban today

delhi hc likely to pronounce order on pleas against 344 fdc drugs ban today
The Delhi High Court is likely to pronounce today its verdict on 454 petitions filed by drug and healthcare majors challenging the Centre's decision to ban 344 fixed dose combination (FDC) medicines.
All India Radio Also reported by •newKerala.comANI News

Delhi HC dismisses plea against Rs 2.5 lakh withdrawal limit for weddings

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday rejected a petition which sought to increase the money limit to be withdrawn for marriages.
Oneindia Also reported by •All India RadioDNA

Son can stay in parent's house at their mercy, has no legal right over it: Delhi HC

A son has no legal right to live in the self-acquired house of his parents, the Delhi High Court has said.
DNA

BJP, Congress withdraw appeal in foreign funding violation case from Supreme Court

BJP and Congress withdrew their respective appeals from the Supreme Court on Tuesday, wherein they had challenged the Delhi High Court verdict holding them prima facie guilty of violating the law on..
DNA


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