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Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited is a pharmaceuticals company. The Company's business segments include US Business, Indian Branded Generics Business, Emerging Markets, Global Consumer Healthcare Business and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API). Its Rest of World segment includes Western Europe, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and other markets. The Company offers its products to therapy areas, such as cardiology, neuro-psychiatry, gastroenterology, anti-infective, diabetology and dermatology. The Company's products include AB PHYLLINE, ABZORB DUSTING POWDER, ACAMPROL, ACOSTIN 3 MIU, ACOSTIN FORTE and AB PHYLLINE SR 200. Its manufacturing units are situated in India, the United States and Brazil, among others. Its units produce generics, branded generics, specialty products, over-the-counter (OTC) products, anti-retroviral (ARVs) and APIs. They also produce intermediates in a range of dosage forms, including tablets, capsules, injectables, ointments, creams and liquids.
Biotechnology & Drugs
Andheri Kurla Road, Andheri East
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
C. S. Muralidharan
Chief Financial Officer
Sunil R. Ajmera
Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
Dilip Shantilal Shanghvi
Managing Director, Executive Director
Sailesh T. Desai
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* Nifty PSU bank index ends down 0.83%; SBI among top decliners
India's largest drugmaker by market value Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd posted a nearly four-fold jump in quarterly profit on Tuesday, breezing past estimates on strong sales in the U.S. market.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd , India's largest drugmaker by market value, posted a nearly four-fold jump in quarterly profit on Tuesday, beating estimates.
* Shares jump over 6 pct (Adds analyst comments, updates share move)
Indian drugmaker Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd said https://www.nseindia.com/corporate/SUNPHARMA456_22012019083723_IntimationSE20190122_001.pdf on Tuesday it will make its unit the new distributor for its domestic formulations business, replacing Aditya Medisales.
Shares of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd <SUN.NS> plunged 13 percent on Friday to near six-year lows, hit by reports that a whistleblower filed a complaint to regulators over transactions involving the top Indian drugmaker and its co-promotor.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd <SUN.NS> on Friday asked India's capital markets regulator to look into a media report about an alleged complaint by a whistleblower that led to a sell-off in the company's shares.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd on Friday asked India's capital markets regulator to look into a media report about an alleged complaint by a whistleblower that led to a sell-off in the company's shares.
Shares of India's Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd slumped over 13 percent on Friday to near six-year low, after a media report of a complaint by a whistleblower raised fresh concerns on the drugmaker's corporate governance.
Indian shares hit a one-week closing low on Wednesday after the country's central bank left interest rates unchanged, while resurgent trade worries dented global sentiment.
Shares of India's Sun Pharmaceutical Industries sank more than 10 percent on Monday after a report of a regulatory probe against the country's biggest drug manufacturer by market value.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries was sent to an unexpected second-quarter loss by a one-off charge for an antitrust litigation settlement.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd , India's largest drugmaker by market capitalisation, posted a surprise quarterly loss on Tuesday, hurt by a one-time charge due to a legal settlement.
* Stock top gainer on NSE index (Adds details on U.S. and India sales, share movement)
India's largest drugmaker Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd posted a first-quarter profit on Tuesday, beating street estimates.
India's largest drugmaker Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd said on Tuesday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared its Halol drug plant, which had been under supply restrictions due to quality control failures.
* NSE index ended 0.01 pct down, BSE index closed 0.05 pct lower
Indian shares ended higher for a third session on Monday, as lower crude prices and a firmer rupee lifted sentiment, with financial and oil stocks accounting for much of the gains.
Indian equities gained for a third straight session on Monday as a sharp drop in crude prices and a recovery in the rupee boosted sentiment, while shares of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries saw their best day in over three years on strong fourth-quarter results.
* Plans to reduce "unviable" generics research (Adds managing director comments from conference call)
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