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Country biggest drug haul from Noida house owned by IPS officer

Sunday, May 12, 2019, 8:06 PM

In the country's biggest ever narcotics seizure, the NCB on Thursday recovered 1,818kg of pseudoephedrine from a house in Greater Noida and arrested two Nigerian nationals, and one South African national. Officers said that the house, which belongs to an IPS officer was being used as a drug-manufacturing unit. The approximate value of the seized drugs are estimated to be more than Rs1,000 crore.
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Barcoding raw materials used in drugs to become mandatory

Sunday, April 21, 2019, 3:32 PM

The Union health ministry will make it mandatory for all active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) packages to be barcoded to detect spurious drugs and monitor imported and indigenously produced raw materials used to manufacture medicines. APIs are critical components that make drug formulations potent against disease. There are about 2,500 APIs that are used to create hundreds of thousands of drug formulations.
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In "Breaking Bad-Style", Japanese Professor Made Students Produce Drug

Friday, April 19, 2019, 7:45 PM

A Japanese university professor could face up to 10 years in jail after allegedly getting his students to produce ecstasy, officials said Wednesday, in an echo of TV hit series "Breaking Bad". Authorities suspect the 61-year-old pharmacology professor from Matsuyama University in western Japan got his pupils to make MDMA commonly known as ecstasy in 2013 and another so-called "designer drug" 5F-QUPIC last year.

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