“Around 50,000 bottles have been supplied and cases were only 12. We have to go into the nitty-gritty, whether it was the fault of some extra irrational medication or medical negligence or just the product fault. All this will have to be determined by the investigation,” Somani said. … [Read more...] about DCGI says test report on Jammu killer cough syrup expected in a week
However, the management is cautious about the fact that the input prices have been increasing continuously, and they expect costs to inflate by at least 10% in the next quarter. The management has said that the price hikes taken in March 2018 and May 2018 (cumulatively 3.3%), only partially pass on the impact of the rise in RM costs. It expected to take further price increases to mitigate the impact. However, it has deferred the decision in lieu of the GST rate reduction. … [Read more...] about Eye on RBI policy meet this week; bet on these 2 Nifty stocks for better returns
Markets are likely to see an expanded move though study suggests we may see a move higher that can take the market to higher levels of 11100 - 11150. We expect a halt at levels of 11100 - 11200 since it’s a very strong resistance placed there. Historically market has reacted to budget in a positive way if we take out last year when global markets were taking a toll of volatility. So a kind of return post Budget we have seen is in two digits. … [Read more...] about Expect some populist measures in budget 2019
As of now, there are 12 states that are yet to see DBT being rolled out. The current five states that are selected for a rollout are big agricultural states of Punjab, Haryana, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh which will go live in December. The remaining states are expected to see DBT rollout in January 2018. … [Read more...] about Is extending direct benefit transfers to fertilizers a boon or bane?
The other three panes can be swiped through using left and right gestures. The center pane is for your photos library. It’s presented in a fast, scrubbable timeline view that, like Apple’s Photos app, can be zoomed in and out of with a pinch. Swipe right, and you get the Collections pane, where you can select multiple images and have Google automatically turn them into folders, albums, animations, movies, collages, and more. Selecting multiple images is incredibly slick on mobile: once you’ve selected your first image, you can select more just by sliding your finger through them. It’s probably the first implementation of multiple image selection that is actually easier to do on mobile. … [Read more...] about Google Unveils The Gmail Of Photos We’ve Been Wanting For Years