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Glenmark to study potential COVID-19 drug combination; to look to enroll 158 hospitalised patients
Business

Glenmark to study potential COVID-19 drug combination; to look to enroll 158 hospitalised patients

On 1 May, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals said it has become the first company in India to receive approval from Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) to conduct clinical trials of Favipiravir antiviral tablets for the treatment of COVID-19 patients.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Goa-based drug maker GAPL eyes to get licence to produce hydroxychloroquine sulfate
Business

Coronavirus Outbreak: Goa-based drug maker GAPL eyes to get licence to produce hydroxychloroquine sulfate

GAPL is a subsidiary of HLL Lifecare Limited under the administrative control of Union ministry of health and family welfare. The company has a manufacturing facility at Tuem in North Goa.

Coronavirus set to hit revenue in pharma, electronic sectors as supply of raw materials from China dwindle
Business

Coronavirus set to hit revenue in pharma, electronic sectors as supply of raw materials from China dwindle

The impact of coronavirus epidemic in China on Indian companies with suppliers and buyers in China will vary across sectors depending on the respective import dependency

Coronavirus outbreak: ICRA revises domestic pharma industry outlook to negative amid lockouts in parts of China
Business

Coronavirus outbreak: ICRA revises domestic pharma industry outlook to negative amid lockouts in parts of China

The domestic pharma industry is highly dependent on imports, with more than 60 percent of its active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) requirement being shipped from overseas locations, especially China.

Malaysia sends half a million face masks to haze-hit state of Sarawak amid worsening Indonesian forest fires
World

Malaysia sends half a million face masks to haze-hit state of Sarawak amid worsening Indonesian forest fires

Malaysia has sent half a million face masks to its eastern state of Sarawak, where air pollution levels have spiked amid worsening forest fires in neighboring Indonesia, authorities said on Tuesday.

WhatsApp users can soon start cross-posting Status on Facebook, Instagram
News & Analysis

WhatsApp users can soon start cross-posting Status on Facebook, Instagram

There is no feature to automatically share your WhatsApp story to Facebook or Instagram.

OnePlus working to fix ‘Shot on OnePlus’ wallpaper app that leaked user data
News & Analysis

OnePlus working to fix ‘Shot on OnePlus’ wallpaper app that leaked user data

A key vulnerability in the API is a 'gid' which is an alphanumeric code used to identify a user.

W3C approves WebAuthn authentication standard that could do away with passwords
News & Analysis

W3C approves WebAuthn authentication standard that could do away with passwords

WebAuthn is a new authentication standard which will remove passwords as a source of authentication.

India-Pakistan air strikes: Drug exporters wary of tension between two countries, apprehensive about future
Business

India-Pakistan air strikes: Drug exporters wary of tension between two countries, apprehensive about future

The Indian pharmaceutical companies exports over $140 million to Pakistan with 50 percent active pharmaceutical ingredients.

Dr Reddy's Laboratories to sell Hyderabad API unit to Therapiva for an undisclosed amount
Business

Dr Reddy's Laboratories to sell Hyderabad API unit to Therapiva for an undisclosed amount

Therapiva is a joint venture between Omnicare Drugs India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Neopharma LLC, Abu Dhabi and Laxai Life Sciences.

Twitter bug for third-party app developers exposes 3 million DMs to outsiders
News & Analysis

Twitter bug for third-party app developers exposes 3 million DMs to outsiders

The bug ran from May 2017 and within hours of discovering it on September 10, said Twitter.

Posts with cross-posted Tweets disappeared unexpectedly from Facebook feeds
News & Analysis

Posts with cross-posted Tweets disappeared unexpectedly from Facebook feeds

This was an issue that was noticed a few hours ago due to an API change, which has now been fixed.

Twitter removed 1,43,000 ‘bad apps’ in 3 months that violated its policies
News & Analysis

Twitter removed 1,43,000 ‘bad apps’ in 3 months that violated its policies

Twitter has not only removed the bad app, but it is also stopping such new app to join the platform.

IBM is set to provide Hindi translation service using its AI platform Watson
News & Analysis

IBM is set to provide Hindi translation service using its AI platform Watson

The potential application of this service in areas such as education and healthcare is immense.

Some Facebook Group apps are resurfacing after they were locked down
News & Analysis

Some Facebook Group apps are resurfacing after they were locked down

These Group apps are accessible to admins through a new in-Facebook Groups apps browser.

Facebook rolls out API changes, announces restrictions and shutdowns
News & Analysis

Facebook rolls out API changes, announces restrictions and shutdowns

These API changes closely follow the recent data leak via a Facebook quiz app.

Twitter changes Direct Message rules for businesses, enabling them to respond to customer DMs always
News & Analysis

Twitter changes Direct Message rules for businesses, enabling them to respond to customer DMs always

Adaptive rate limits help to ensure that businesses can always respond to customers who privately message them, even when inbound volumes are high.

Twitter offers full-archive search, which was an enterprise-only feature till now, to the developer community
News & Analysis

Twitter offers full-archive search, which was an enterprise-only feature till now, to the developer community

Starting Friday, the full archive search endpoint is available in beta for the developers' community.

Eight Chinese pharma cos to be blacklisted for quality issues, may lead to shortage of medicines
Business

Eight Chinese pharma cos to be blacklisted for quality issues, may lead to shortage of medicines

The Indian government has issued show cause notices to, and may soon blacklist, eight Chinese pharmaceutical companies found to be supplying poor quality raw material to drug manufacturers in this country

Twitter hires former Facebook and Snap executive Sriram Krishnan as director of product team
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Twitter hires former Facebook and Snap executive Sriram Krishnan as director of product team

Micro-blogging website Twitter has hired Indian-born Sriram Krishnan, a former top executive from Facebook and Snap, as its Senior Director of Product.