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There are drug cheats in tennis, says Blake


Tennis, like other sports, was bound to have some players using performance-enhancing drugs, American James Blake said on Monday, but he felt authorities were doing all they could to ensure the sport

Cycling: Armstrong to lose seven Tour de France titles


American cyclist Lance Armstrong will be stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned from cycling for life, the US Anti-Doping Agency said on Thursday.

Sun Pharma wins over Taro with higher offer


Sun Pharmaceutical Industries has upped the buy-out price for its Israeli unit Taro Pharma by 60 per cent winning over Taro's board and ending a long battle to gain full control of the U.S. listed dru

Sebastian Coe says no drugs concerns over Bolt and Jamaicans


London Olympics chief organiser Sebastian Coe said on Friday he was satisfied that double sprint champion Usain Bolt and his Jamaican team-mates were being properly drug-tested outside of races.


China detains almost 2,000 in fake drug sweep

Chinese police have detained almost 2,000 people in a nationwide sweep on fake drugs, seizing more than $180 million worth of counterfeit products and destroying some 1,100 production facilities, the

4 foreigners held with drugs, fake credit cards

Police have arrested four foreigners on Thursday — two for selling cocaine, and two others for duping people using fake credit cards. South African national Rosita Miriam Thangavalu, 22, and Ugandan

India considers price controls for patented drugs


India is planning to rein in prices of expensive patented drugs to make medicines affordable to its predominantly poor population, a top government official said on Friday.

Rahul Sharma excluded from first ODI with Sri Lanka


Indian spinner Rahul Sharma was on Saturday excluded from participating in first the ODI against Sri Lanka. The cricketer was tested positive for consumption of drugs in a rave party in Mumbai in May,

Olympic athletes set to undergo most advanced anti-doping tests in Games history

Half of all the athletes competing at the London Olympics will be tested for drugs, which is being billed as the biggest anti-doping procedure in the history of the Games.

According to Express.co.uk

Drug units to challenge order

Issued closure notice by the AP Pollution Control Board for causing pollution, 12 bulk drug units in Medak and Ranga Reddy districts would challenge the Board’s July 10 order before the Appellate Auth

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