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Take fresh decision on capping price of N95 masks: Bombay HC to Centre

IndiaTimes Friday, 12 June 2020
The Bombay high court on Tuesday directed the Centre to reconsider its pricing stand on N95 masks to bring it in conformity with the Drug pricing law. The Centre, represented by additional solicitor general Anil Singh, said it would do so in ten days
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