By Katie DeFiore, Penn State University
When automobiles first came out, there was no infrastructure in place — no paved roads, no idea what side of the road to drive on and no regulations for speed and traffic patterns. 564 more words
In today’s electronic world of Adobe Photoshop, PortraitPro, and others have been used extensively in modifications of photographs in both magazines and online. You see these photo-modifications every time you stand in line while waiting to pay for groceries. 232 more words
The National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) said that in India, all pharma companies are coming out in the market by fixing the regulatory approval without fixing prices. 341 more words
Drug pricing regulator NPPA has received Rs 672.28 crore fine till date from pharmaceutical companies for overcharging, Parliament was informed today.
Since inception, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) has issued 1,527 demand notices to companies for overcharging on sales of formulations at prices above the notified ceiling price. 76 more words
by Jillian Atelsek
A large number of students came to Philip Merrill College of Journalism for a panel on women in photojournalism Tuesday night, falling on the eve of International Women’s Day. 498 more words