Written by Deepak Patel | Updated: June 23, 2017 1:22 am The authority also has the power to impose a penalty, order a reduction in final prices and cancel the registration of any person or entity that indulges in ‘profiteering’. As per Section 171 of the CGST/SGST Act, any reduction in tax rate on any supply of goods or services, or any benefit of ‘input tax credit’, must be passed on to the recipient (for example, customer) by the registered person (e.g., trader) through a commensurate...
Written by Deepak Patel | New Delhi | Published:June 19, 2017 6:12 am According to official documents, Nadda discussed the matter with Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) G N Singh and then health secretary Bhanu Pratap Sharma, and â€œdesired that necessary steps in this regard be taken on priorityâ€?. An expert committee set up by the Health Ministry on â€œreplacing gelatin capsules with plant-based capsulesâ€? has, in a notice dated June 2, invited comments from all stakeholders. The...
Written by Deepak Patel | New Delhi | Published:June 9, 2017 2:31 am On April 7, India’s central drug regulator issued a medical device alert asking the doctors and patients to report any adverse events related to the use of two latest-generation stents of Abbott Healthcare. In March this year, the drug regulators of various countries such as the US, Australia and Denmark issued safety alerts against one of Abbott’s latest-generation stents, as it was found to be increasing the risk of major...
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Selecting a term
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