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Net Neutrality: Vodafone wants right to manipulate Internet videos

Vodafone India said it would like to be given the power to manage the size of videos watched by users on its mobile network and lower it automatically "for overall quality welfare".Participating in the discussions related to Net Neutrality and the powers to be given to telecom operators in traffic management, the

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Govt of India starts crack down on low-quality medicine makers

The government of India has started conducting inspections at drug manufacturing units across the country to prevent the production of low-quality drugs and medicines in India.Typically, inspections are conducted by state authorities, while central agencies largely confine themselves to checking quality of final products put up on store shelves.However, in

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Reliance Jio interconnect dispute with Airtel, Idea to end this month

The dispute over providing interconnection facility is set to end in the next two weeks, with Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular and Vodafone giving in to the demands of new operator Reliance Jio and the regulator.The decision to comply comes in the wake of a recommendation for a fine of Rs

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Sharon Bio Medicines receives FDA approval for Tajola API plant

Indian Pharmaceutical company Sharon bio medicine Ltd said it received the Establishment Inspection Report (EIR) from United States Food and Drug Amnistration for its manufacturing plant located at Tajola in Raigad Dist., Maharashtra.The plant, which will make Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients is now approved by the USFDA and the generic drug

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Aurobindo Pharma receives USFDA Approval for uterine bleeding drug

Aurobindo Pharma Limited said it received final approval from the US Food & Drug Administration (USFDA) to manufacture and market Norethindrone Acetate Tablets USP, 5mg.Norethindrone Acetate Tablet is used in the treatment of endometriosis, uterine bleeding caused by abnormal hormone levels, and secondary amenorrhea.The approved product has an estimated

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Net Neutrality Committee says using data packs for voice is not cool

Department of Telecom's Committee on Net Neutrality said the use of data packs by consumers to make voice calls amounted to bypassing "existing licensing and regulatory regime".The committee therefore said that such a state of affairs must be rectified.It did not specify how consumers were "bypassing regulations" by using their

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Supreme Court stays CERC order on transfer of FTIL shares in IEX

Financial Technologies said that the Supreme Court has stayed an earlier order by the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission directing Indian Energy Exchange to transfer its shares in the exchange to a trust.The CERC issued the order on June 26, 2015, directing FTIL (Financial Technologies) to transfer its entire shareholding in

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