2008, Chandigarh, India
Updated at 3:00 am (IST)
Ranbaxy Japanese firm Daiichi to buy over 50 pc stake in
biggest pharma deal New Delhi, June 11
Marking the largest ever deal in Indian pharma industry, Japanese drug firm Daiichi Sankyo today announced the acquisition of a majority stake of more than 50 per cent in domestic major Ranbaxy for over Rs 15,000
CEO of Ranbaxy Malvinder Mohan Singh with CEO of Daiichu SankyoTakashi Shoda in New Delhi, on Wednesday. Tribune photo
Sarita’s Death: IG, SP shifted Absconding cops held Chandigarh, June 11
Two Rohtak policemen, head constable Balraj Singh and constable Silak Ram, accused of raping a woman in the CIA police station on April 10, were “arrested” at Rohtak late tonight.
N-Deal: PM, Pranab intensify efforts to get Left nod New Delhi, June 11
With the time running out, the government today intensified efforts to give a push to the Indo-US nuclear deal with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his foreign minister Pranab Mukherjee asserting that the pact was in India’s supreme national interest and would help the country meet its long-term energy needs.
Creamy Layer States for raising income ceiling from Rs 2.5 lakh New Delhi, June 11
The creamy layer issue today came in for active consideration, with representatives from all states demanding a raise in the current income ceiling determining the layer.
Turmoil: Manmohan Singh warns of economic doom New Delhi, June 11
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has warned that the economic situation in India could take a turn for the worse if global crude oil prices continue to soar and the country could even be faced with a financial emergency.
Prized red wheat finds no takers New Delhi, June 11
It is a problem of plenty. The Centre, which has procured a record 219.60 lakh tonnes of wheat till date for the Central pool this year, is also saddled with around four to five lakh tonnes of red wheat, imported at exorbitant price, to contain the shortfall during the past two years and for which there are no takers.
RBI hikes repo rate by 0.25 pc Mumbai, June 11
The Reserve Bank of India today increased the repo rate under the Liquidity Adjustment Facility by 25 basis points to 8 per cent from 7.75 per cent with immediate effect, a press statement issued by the apex bank said this evening.
Tribune Special Over 10 per cent have no right to citizenship, livelihood or voting New Delhi, June 11
At a time when the Gujjars of Rajasthan are redefining the culture of political protest to demand a special status, it turns out that over 10 per cent of India’s population is living in absolute obscurity.
Even after more 60 years after Independence, close to 11 crore Indians
don’t have the right to citizenship, livelihood and voting, and are
‘invisible’ to the Indian constitution and law.
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