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Working in Hyderabad

22 June 2016 The Insider

Balancing a massive influx of science investment with a rich cultural history, Hyderabad is a perfect gateway to the spicy streets of south Asia, finds Rajesh Parishwad

Fertilising India's petrochemical industry

12 February 2015 Business

Rajesh Parishwad speaks to H N Ananth Kumar, India's minister for chemicals and fertilisers

Indian chemical investment

12 February 2015 Business

By setting aside regions for joined-up investment plans, India hopes to become a significant player in the global petrochemical market. Rajesh Parishwad investigates

Succour for India's struggling scientists

21 January 2015 Managing Change

The Right to Research foundation is helping Indian researchers to work their way into a job, as Rajesh Parishwad finds out

Piramal exits drug discovery in India

3 September 2014 Business

Company will concentrate on generic medicines and clinical and contract research.

Indian supreme court’s anger over unregulated clinical trials

25 January 2013 News and Analysis

Tales of collusion between drug companies and regulators leads court to criticise the government

India sets ambitious targets for science

14 January 2013 News and Analysis

Science policy aims to increase research funding to 2% of GDP by 2017 with the help of private enterprise

India green lights production of patented cancer drug

20 March 2012 News and Analysis

For the first time India has invoked a 'compulsory licence' clause to cut the cost of a patented anti-cancer drug

Indian science needs to raise its game

10 January 2012 News Archive

Prime minister Manmohan Singh says that the country is falling behind other research competitors such as China

Manufacturers targeted by India's e-waste laws

13 July 2011 News Archive

India seeks to clean up its act with legislation to tackle mounting levels of electronic waste