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Jul 21, 2015
Warbug Pincus to invest Rs 1,800 cr in Piramal RealtyFounded in 2011, Piramal Realty has over 10 million sqft under development in prime areas of Byculla, Thane, Worli, BKC and Mulund of the metropolis.
Jun 01, 2015
Piramal deletes 'sure' from ovaluation kit, tells Delhi HC won't use in other drugsThe pharma company gave the undertaking, on affidavit, to a bench of justice Indermeet Kaur who was hearing a trademark infringement case filed against Piramal by Assure Life Science Pvt Ltd.
Nov 24, 2013
Cabinet may decide to reduce FDI in pharma to 49 percent"MNCs which are acquiring domestic firms have spent less than one percent of their total sales in R&D in India. They are doing only clinical trials in India and not actual drug development work,"
Jul 08, 2013
Madison Media wins Piramal Healthcare accountArray
Apr 05, 2013
Will Piramal sell its 11% stake in Vodafone this year?Piramal Healthcare had picked up 11 percent stake for Rs 5,900 crore in two tranches in the Indian arm of Vodafone
Jul 19, 2012
Why Piramal Healthcare wants to change its namePharma major Piramal Healthcare is set to be renamed as Piramal Enterprises following its entry into diversified business activities in the recent past.
Jul 17, 2012
RIL repurchases shares worth Rs 2,512 in biggest buybackMukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries has repurchased shares worth Rs 2,512 crore from its public shareholders-making it the country's biggest share buyback programme ever
Jun 08, 2012
Piramal Healthcare acquires US firm DRG for Rs 3,400 crPiramal will now operate DRG as a stand-alone business and it will remain headquartered in Burlington, MA, the company said.
May 30, 2012
Indian industrialist elected as Harvard OverseerSwati Piramal was the only international and Indian candidate nominated for contesting elections by the Harvard Alumni Association committee this year.
May 16, 2012
Piramal Healthcare to buy US firm DRG for Rs 3,400 cr?Piramal Healthcare will acquire US-based firm Decision Resources Group for a consideration of nearly $635 million (Rs 3,400 crore) to boost research and development.