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Sep 13, 2019
Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad to meet electronics industry CEOs to discuss sector issues, export ambitionsThe government will meet CEOs and top brass of electronics and smartphone makers, including Apple and Samsung, on 16 September to discuss challenges being faced by them and incentives and schemes that can be offered to position India as the 'electronics factory' of the world
Jul 16, 2019
Enhancing delivery of quality health care: Biomedical engineers act as a bridge between modern medicine, engineeringFrom the concept to market reach and clinical trials, biomedical engineers are part of the health care ecosystem contributing to meeting the SDGs, especially universal health coverage.
May 02, 2019
Faulty hip implants: Delhi HC asks Johnson & Johnson for interim payment of Rs 25 lakh to 4 patientsThe court's direction came after Johnson & Johnson said it was willing to pay Rs 25 lakh as compensation to the patients who were affected by the implants.
Mar 06, 2019
US to terminate sops on Indian exports: Markets are key and strategic to businesses on both sides, inevitable to reach an understandingUS and India should continue to work towards expanding and balancing their partnership in trade and economic space
Feb 13, 2019
World's first bionic heart charges wirelessly inside 24 year old patient's chestThe heart implant can presently stay powered for roughly 8 hours after a full charge.
Jan 21, 2019
Budget 2019: Govt may consider cutting customs duty on some medical devicesThe government may consider reducing customs duty on certain medical devices in the forthcoming budget with an aim to boosting domestic manufacturing of such goods
Nov 26, 2018
Implant Files: India fares poorly in probe into medical devices industry with low recall rate, non-existent regulationsThe ICIJ's "Implant Files" report notes that India's regulatory system "effectively doesn’t exist" and that there are "no specific rules or a law" that gives the government the authority to direct a manufacturer to compensate a victim of a faulty device.
Sep 21, 2018
Indian standardisation for medical devices soon; nearly 1,000 products currently being benchmarked: OfficialA range of medical devices, old or new, will soon have an 'Indian standard
Sep 18, 2018
India, United States look to close in on package deal to remove trade irritants; farmers likely to get benefittedThe current discussions are focussed on removing outstanding sources of friction, and are not aimed at creating a bilateral free trade agreement
Sep 09, 2018
Insurance industry to touch $280 billion by FY20 aided by Ayushman Bharat scheme: StudyInsurance penetration in the country reached 3.7 percent in 2017 from 2.71 percent in 2001.