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India's top court issues injunction on Glenmark from selling copy of Merck's Januvia

India's highest court has granted an injunction against Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, blocking it from producing and marketing a generic of Merck's Januvia (sitagliptin) for treating diabetes. A patent-infringement suit was not affected by the decision.

India Finance Ministry kicks the can on Aurobindo, Glenmark foreign investment

India's Finance Ministry kicked the can down the road for another agency to determine whether $67 million worth of foreign direct investment should be opened for Aurobindo Pharma and Glenmark Pharmaceuticals.

Sanofi forges $663M MS antibody development pact with Glenmark

India's biotech companies are beginning to make their mark in the antibody development field. Sanofi has inked a $663 million development pact with India's Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, proffering $50

Glenmark touts (much needed) $345M pain pact with Sanofi

Shares of India's Glenmark jumped on the news that Sanofi-Aventis has signed up for a $345 million partnership to develop new pain drugs. Glenmark gets $20 million upfront in the deal, along with

Forbes profiles Glenmark's R&D moves

Forbes profiles Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, the Indian drugmaker that's making the switch from a generics company to an innovative drug developer. CEO Glenn Saldanha has a strategy: develop new drugs

Glenmark, Forest Labs COPD therapy fails mid-stage trial

In another setback for its plans to develop a range of new drugs, India's Glenmark Pharmaceuticals and its U.S. partner Forest Laboratories revealed that their experimental COPD drug failed a Phase

Lilly, Glenmark suspend osteoporosis trial

In a release, India's Glenmark Pharmaceuticals said its partner Eli Lilly has suspended further clinical development for GRC 6211 for osteoarthritis pain. The companies didn't give an explanation for

India eyes R&D opportunities

India-based drugs have made a name for themselves as makers of copycat drugs. When a developer's lucrative drug goes off-patent, Indian companies are guaranteed to swoop in and make a less-expensive