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  • Branded vs generic drugs

    Often when you are switchedfrom a branded drug to a generic drug, you think that it’s going to work the same way...

    There is a long time and effort required to bring a research molecule (branded drug) to the market...

  • Branded a traitor, Russian sports whistleblower hides abroad

    The sportswoman who blew the whistle on doping in Russian athletics is in hiding abroad, pursued by a barrage of criticism from former colleagues and officials at home who accuse her of betraying her country...

    Yulia Stepanova, an international runner who was herself suspended for doping offences, secretly recorded Russian coaches and athletes over almost two years describing how they used performance-enhancing drugs
  • England tourists branded as masquerading cricketers by Australian media

    SYDNEY: England were dismissed as ‘tourists masquerading as cricketers’ by Australia’s media which turned the screw on Monday after Ben Duckett was fined for pouring beer over team-mate Jimmy Anderson...

    Duckett was slapped with a reported $1,500 (Aus$2,000) fine and will play no further part in the remaining England Lions matches following the late-night bar prank in Perth on Thursday
  • Detained Saudi women driving campaigners branded traitors

    DUBAI: Just weeks before Saudi Arabia is set to lift its ban on women driving, the kingdom’s state security said on Saturday it had detained seven people who are being accused of working with “foreign entities...

    ” Rights activists say all those detained had worked in some capacity on women’s rights issues, with five of those detained among the most prominent and outspoken women’s rig­hts campaigners in the country
  • Branded as ‘infiltrators’, Muslims in Assam fear for their future

    KAMRUP (India): Born in India 71 years ago, Mohammed Rehat Ali is still traumatised a month after his release from a detention camp, struggling to shake off a fear for the future shared by millions — many of them Muslims — under Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

    Read: In an Indian village, Muslims talk of leaving as divide with Hindus widensThe push to render stateless people described as “infiltrators” by Modi’s right-hand man has been...
  • German choirs silenced as singing branded virus risk

    When the Berlin Cathedral Choir gathered for a rehearsal on March 9, the new coronavirus was still a distant concern, with fewer than 50 confirmed cases in the German capital...

    But five days later, one of the ensemble's 80 singers contacted choir director Tobias Brommann to say she had tested positive for Covid-19
  • World T20 warm-ups: Hafeez, Imad star as Pakistan outplay Sri Lanka

    KOLKATA: Pakistan walked in with a swagger, played with a swagger, and won their only warm-up game in the World T20 in clinical fashion at the Eden Gardens on Monday...

    Brushing aside their dismal record on the cricket field of late and the turmoil off it in the past few days, Shahid Afridi’s team recorded a 15-run win over Sri Lanka after setting a target of 158
  • Keeping competition out: Iran start-ups thrive despite sanctions

    Their start-ups and e-commerce apps are flourishing, driven by government infrastructure support and young Iranians educated both in the country and abroad...

    “Iranian infrastructure has dramatically improved in recent of years; 3G and 4G is much more commonplace than it was a couple of years ago,” said Adle, whose firm Ctrl+Tech invests in early stage start-ups and helps them to develop apps...

  • Protest sparks snarl-ups on major roads

    KARACHI: Karachiites suffered extremely bad traffic jams on Friday following the blockade of Sharea Faisal by protesting Bol TV employees over the recent action by the government, forcing the traffic police to divert vehicles to alternate routes, which caused traffic congestion on other roads and arteries also...

    A large number of Bol TV workers staged a sit-in on the edge of Sharea Faisal near the Metropole Hotel traffic intersection in...
  • US officials hand over four pick-ups to Sindh police

    KARACHI: United States Consul General Brian Heath and officials from the US Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) handed over four pick-up vehicles to the Sindh police on Thursday...

    Sindh Police Inspector General Ghulam Hyder Jamali received the keys of the pick up carriers at a simple ceremony held at the Central Police Office (CPO), where INL attaché Brooke de Montluzin was also...
  • Three police high-ups transferred

    KARACHI: The Sindh police on Monday transferred three senior officers as heads of its different arms after their recent promotion to grade 21 of the basic pay scale, said an official...

    “DIG Sanaullah Abbasi has been transferred and posted as additional IG counterterrorism department,” he added
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