Similar News Articles New policy should not make medicines costly: SC Medicine prices shouldn't rise: Supreme Court Medicines should be within reach of common man: SC Medicines should be within reach of common man: SC Medicine selena gomez year without rain prices should'nt rise: Supreme Court
The central government Thursday told the Supreme Court that it would decide on the new National Pharmaceutical Pricing Policy by mid-November and the same would be notified in the week thereafter. The court said it should not trigger any hike in the price of drugs in the market.
Appearing for the central government, Additional Solicitor General Siddhartha Luthra informed about the government decision in response to persistent queries by the apex court bench of Justice G.S. Singhvi and Justice S.J. Mukhopadhaya, seeking to know the time frame by which the new drug pricing policy would be implemented.
The government's response came after the court made its displeasure known in no uncertain terms over the failure of the government to categorically respond to its last order seeking to know the time schedule of the decision selena gomez year without rain that is hanging fire for the past so many years.
The court made it clear that the new NPPP (National Pharmaceutical Pricing Policy) which the government was bringing should not trigger any hike in the drug prices that are available in the market under the drug price control order.
The court said the pricing mechanism that was been followed since 1999 should not be trifled with. However, the court said that its cap in drug prices should not affect normal hike in drug prices on account of increase in cost of inputs like raw material, packaging, labour cost and other components.
Earlier on Oct 3, in its bid to protect the interest of the common man, the court had told the government not to disturb the existing retail price mechanism of drugs under the price control order while finalising the list of essential medicines.
Govt will not auction every natural resource: V Narayanasamy Gehlot to announce free medical tests in govt. hospitals Cauvery River dispute:
Other News Ex-Kyrgyz president s son arrested in London Majority of UAE residents aware of driving selena gomez year without rain dangers Two killed, dozen injured in police firing in Bihar (Second Lead) Congress selena gomez year without rain seeks apology from Akali Dal over Rahul remarks UNDP to support rural employment programmes Reach out to the poor, president tells doctors Youth acquitted of Mirchpur killings Delhi government hospital nurse commits suicide Kejriwal detained, released; refuses to leave detention venue (Night Lead) Vitamin B can help reduce heart diseases: Study
Latest News Ex-Kyrgyz president s son arrested in London I am sober : Lindsay Lohan Three killed in US chopper selena gomez year without rain crash Kutcher spoon feeds Kunis Gaga wants to 'cry' over unreleased songs Houghton scared by dead rat Kourtney flashes derriere China looks to negotiating frontier disputes with India Iran not to invade any country: Ayatollah Khamenei US boy shoots sister, kills self over argument
24 Hours | This Week | This Month Five dead in US meningitis outbreak Kazakh school expels HIV-positive pupils Asia Society's Vishakha Desai to join Columbia university The town where they still love Stalin Thrills, frills, colours selena gomez year without rain and fun on bookshelf (IANS Books this Week) Clear day for Delhi Bollywood is killing Hindustani culture: Sitar exponent Imrat Khan Pakistan daily rues World T20 loss Mayan ballgame had astronomical function Toddy as 'health drink' to stay (Kerala NewsLetter)
Home | Love Calculator selena gomez year without rain | Greeting Cards | News | News Archive | Health | Ayurveda | Astrology | Recipes | Currency Convertor | Financial Calculators | Chinese Birth Chart | Chinese Gender Predictor | Airports | Automobile | Banking | International Calls