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Pharma crusader takes India's drug regulators to court

Dinesh Thakur is accusing them of failing to enforce rules on drug safety in US$15 billion industry
Wednesday, March 9, 2016 - 05:50

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Mr Thakur's case alleges that responses provided to him by government show how lax regulation can lead to potentially harmful medicines being sold in India without proper approvals.

New Delhi

ONE of India's best-known whistleblowers, who exposed dangerous practices in the generic drug industry in 2013, is taking the country's drugs regulators to court, accusing them of failing to enforce rules on drug safety in the US$15 billion industry.

Three years ago,

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