FOLLOWING a police inquiry, a principal supplier of medical kits — used for testing for infections like HIV, hepatitis, malaria and others — was charged with tampering the manufacturing and expiry dates of the kits. These kits with tampered labels of expiry dates were reportedly supplied to government hospitals, blood banks and even private retail outlets over the last two years. The supplier used to even cater to neighbouring States.

28 September 2006

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