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HP Govt prohibits 328 fixed-dose combinations including thousands of painkillers, antibiotics, creams

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HP govt bans fixed dose combinations

Shimla: Following the lead of Centre Government that recently banned manufacturing and sale of around 6,000 brands of medicine, Himachal Pradesh Government has on Saturday announced a ban on over 300 fix-dose combinations.

This list included several popular painkillers, creams, antibiotics, antidiabetic drugs which would be no longer available in the market. Some of them are Saridon, an analgesic; Panderm cream, an ointment; Taxim AZ, an antibiotic; Corex cough syrup and D-cold.

Additional Chief Secretary, Health, and Family Welfare B.K. Agarwal said on Saturday informed that State Government has prohibited 328 fixed-dose combinations (FDCs) for manufacture for sale, sale or distribution for human use with immediate effect in Himachal Pradesh under section 26A of Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940.

The decision has been made based on recommendations of Drugs Technical Advisory Board (DTAB) as there was no therapeutic justification for the ingredients contained in these 328 FDCs or and these FDCs could involve risk to a human being.

He said that the Government of India has also restricted manufacturing, sale or distribution of the drug fixed-dose combinations from September 7, 2018.

B.K.Agarwal said that product permissions granted to manufacturers and its loan licensees to manufacture fixed dose combinations of 328 also stands prohibited.

He said that manufacture for sale, sale or distribution of fixed-dose combinations henceforth would attract section 28B of Drugs and Cosmetics Act. He said that these formulations must be withdrawn from the market immediately. The action would be taken as per the provisions of the against the persons not adhering to these orders.

Agarwal said that the notification has been circulated to the HP Drug Manufacturing Associations, HP Society of Chemists and Druggists and all the Drugs Controllers and the Drugs Inspectors in the state.

Complete List of fixed-dose combinations banned by Indian Governmenment 

SUBGROUP BRAND
CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE + IMIPRAMINE + TRIHEXYPHENIDYL + TRIFLUOPERAZINE | N5B24 POLYTAB
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 IMPRESS PLUS
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 REGAN P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRI ZYROMET G
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRI ZYROMET G
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 DEPIK FORTE
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 DEPIK PLUS
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OFBID OZ
AMMONIUM + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + GUAIFENESIN | R5D88 PHENLINCTUS
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 MEGAMOX DX
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 AZRO AM
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ZIMNIC AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ZIMNIC AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ZIMNIC AZ
CEFIXIME + LEVOFLOXACIN | J1D77 CEFI L (PIRAMAL)
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CHUPP C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 PHENSEDYL COUGH LINCTUS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 PHENSEDYL COUGH LINCTUS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 TOSSEX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 TRUSTYL CD
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 TRUSTYL CD
DICLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL | M1A14 TOPAC PLUS
GLIBENCLAMIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B52 DIABETROL 3P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SEMI TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SEMI TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBET
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 DEPSONIL DZ
LEVOFLOXACIN + AZITHROMYCIN | J1G29 ERTYCIN L
LEVOFLOXACIN + AZITHROMYCIN | J1G29 ERTYCIN L
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 BIOZOBID N
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 ORTHOBID PLUS
NIMESULIDE + TIZANIDINE | M3B106 ORTHOBID MR
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 FLAGYNOR
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + CHLORPHENIRAMINE | R5D61 M COLD
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 GAROIN
PHENYLEPHRINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + TRIPROLIDINE | R5D91 DELETUS D
PHENYLEPHRINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + TRIPROLIDINE | R5D91 NEW DELETUS D
PHENYLEPHRINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + TRIPROLIDINE | R5D91 NEW DELETUS
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 PIOZONE M
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PHENERGAN PLUS
PROMETHAZINE + PHOLCODINE | R5D117 NEW TIXYLIX
PROMETHAZINE + PHOLCODINE | R5D117 TIXYLIX
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 SECNIL KIT
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 EPICOM
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OFCINTA OZ
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 COPHEDRIN
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 COPHEDRIN
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 IMODEP
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 PATALGIN FORTE
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 ACFLOX OZ
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PROMEGAN PLUS
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 EXPEL
SALBUTAMOL + ETOFYLLINE + BROMHEXINE | R5D7 BROSAL FORTE
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 ADPEP N
DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE + CETIRIZINE | P1E5 EOCET
DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE + CETIRIZINE | P1E5 EOCET
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 PNB-S
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 CHERISOFT S
AMMONIUM + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + GUAIFENESIN | R5D88 INSTARYL D
AMOXYCILLIN + BROMHEXINE | J1C2 AGLOMOX
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 PANCEF AZ
CEFIXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D74 LIZOMED C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 INSTACODIN
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 ARTIFEN
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 INSTARYL COLD
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 INSTARYL
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 NEW INSTARYL COLD
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 BROMHEXISAL
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 ALLEGONE COLD
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 INFANIM PLUS
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 NEMAG PLUS
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 INFANIM SER
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 AGROFLOX OZ
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PROMERON P
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 AISER N
FLUPHENTHIXOL + ESCITALOPRAM | N6A40 BIO-ANXIT-ES
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 NIMVON S
NIMESULIDE + TIZANIDINE | M3B106 NIMETIZ
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBLEND
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBLEND
CEFUROXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D78 LND CEF
DICLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL | M1A14 DOLENTIA P
DICLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + OMEPRAZOLE | M1A144 DOLENTIA TOTAL
ESTRADIOL + SILDENAFIL | G3C5 ALIVHER ES
ESTRADIOL + SILDENAFIL | G3C5 ALIVHER ES
ESTRADIOL + SILDENAFIL | G3C5 ENDOTHIK ES
ESTRADIOL + SILDENAFIL | G3C5 ENDOTHIK ES
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SWITGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SWITGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SWITGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SWITGLIM MP
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 AKUMINIC
NAPHAZOLINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + CARBOXY METHYL CELLULOSE | S1F33 WELCEE
GUAIFENESIN + CHLORPHENIRAMINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5G3 HYCORIL DM
RABEPRAZOLE + ZINC CARNOSINE | A2C8 RABECAR
SILYMARIN + URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID | A5E3 ACTIMARIN
SILYMARIN + URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID | A5E3 ACTIMARIN FORTE
CETIRIZINE + PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE | R6A31 KOLDRID
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 NO2
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLUREST PM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLUREST PM
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 BACIMOX NEW
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 AZITHRAL A
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 AZITHRAL A
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 ALVEX
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 ALVEX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 EPHEDREX CD
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 GLYCODIN PLUS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 RESPINEX CD
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 RESPINEX CD
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMSER P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMSER P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMSER P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMSER P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLISEN PM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLISEN PM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLISEN PM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLISEN PM
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 PEPZOL N
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 NITA O
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 NITA O
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 N MET(ALE)
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OWINO Z
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 PIOFIX-MF
PROMETHAZINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5D116 NEOZEET
PROMETHAZINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5D116 NEOZEET
RABEPRAZOLE + ZINC CARNOSINE | A2C8 RABOSURE
ROXITHROMYCIN + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | J1F20 ROXID S
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 AZITHRAL XP
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 MOLIB P
AMMONIUM + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + GUAIFENESIN | R5D88 KOFLINCTUS
AZITHROMYCIN + OFLOXACIN | J1F22 ZITHIUM O
AZITHROMYCIN + OFLOXACIN | J1F22 ZITHIUM O
AZITHROMYCIN + OFLOXACIN | J1F22 ZITHIUM O
AZITHROMYCIN + OFLOXACIN | J1F22 ZITHIUM-O BD
BROMHEXINE + CPM + GUAIFENSIN + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL | R5D97 ALKOF Q
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 ALDREX
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 TAXIM AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 TAXIM AZ
CEFIXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D74 LINCEF
CEFPODOXIME + LEVOFLOXACIN | J1D73 ALEVO CP
CETIRIZINE + PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE | R6A31 ZINCOCET P
CETIRIZINE + PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE | R6A31 ZINCOCET
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 ALKOF-DX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 BRONOSOL
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 BRONOSOL
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 INDIKOF C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 NORMOVENT
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 XPECT C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 XPECT C
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLUCORYL MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLUCORYL MP
GUAIFENESIN + BROMHEXINE + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5G6 ALKOF
GUAIFENESIN + BROMHEXINE + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5G6 ALKOF
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 LHIST TOTAL
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 SUMO
NIMESULIDE + TIZANIDINE | M3B106 SUMO MR
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 ASSAULT
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 MEGANOR
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 MEGANOR OZ
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OFLOKEM OZ
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 RONFLOX OZ
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 ZUKAMIN
PARACETAMOL + CHLORPHENIRAMINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5F7 TRITUS PLUS
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 FORMIN P
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 FORMIN PL
PSEUDOEPHEDRINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5D45 XPECT A
SILYMARIN + URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID | A5E3 URSOKEM PLUS
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 DERMIKEM OC
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 TOTALDERM PLUS
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 VOX O
AMBROXOL + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5G5 CETMET ACC
AMBROXOL + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5G5 CETMET TCF
AMBROXOL + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5G5 CETMET TCF
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 CEZILAC
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 CEZILAC
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 MOXPIC DC
FLUPHENTHIXOL + ESCITALOPRAM | N6A40 CILAPAM FL
FLUPHENTHIXOL + ESCITALOPRAM | N6A40 FLUPETRAS
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMIHOP PM2
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 CEAZE
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CODYLEX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CODYLEX
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 CODYLEX CC
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 AFDOZ O
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 EPILAN
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 EPILAN
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 EPILAN
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 AFDERM MX
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 AXN PLUS
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 PENOM DX
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 NID S
ACECLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + RABEPRAZOLE | M1A107 FECLOJOY R
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIAPRIGLIM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIAPRIGLIM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIAPRIGLIM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIAPRIGLIM
FLUPHENTHIXOL + ESCITALOPRAM | N6A40 APTIFRESH
MONTELUKAST + LEVOCETIRIZINE + ACEBROPHYLLINE | R3B66 KOLTUS 3D
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 ORMOXYL
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 SAF PID
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 OMNICEF-AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 OMNICEF-AZ
CEFIXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D74 MEGAZOLID PLUS
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGLIMIPREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGLIMIPREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGLIMIPREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGLIMIPREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIOPIL
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIOPIL
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIOPIL
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIOPIL
GLIPIZIDE + METFORMIN | A10B9 METAGLEZ
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 BACIGYL N
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 BACIGYL N
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 BACIGYL N
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 ORNOF
PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE + LEVOCETIRIZINE | R5D37 HATRIC-3
PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE + LEVOCETIRIZINE | R5D37 HATRIC-3
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 PIOSAFE MF
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 ORNODERM
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 CAROLOX AD
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + CHLORPHENIRAMINE | R5D61 ALGITAB
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 ALEVICT PLUS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 PENCOLIN C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 LINCTUS CODEINAE CO
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 LINCTUS CODEINAE CO
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MIT S CODEINE
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MIT S LINCTUS-D
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MIT S LINCTUS-D
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MITS LINCTUS CODEINAE
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MITS LINCTUS CODEINAE
BROMHEXINE + CHLORPHENIRAMINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5G12 RINOCOF
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 RZAD
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 NOSYFED
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 NOSYFED-P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 BEPRIDE FORTE
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 BEPRIDE PLUS
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 LEVOSIM PLUS
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 NIMISUN PLUS
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 DIAGRM P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 DIAGRM P
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 AZIWIN FS
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GIMIBAY P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GIMIBAY P
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 DICETA PLUS
BROMHEXINE + CPM + GUAIFENSIN + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL | R5D97 TIXY O
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 AZIDEP CX
DICLOFENAC + NIMESULIDE | M1A13 DINIT
DICLOFENAC + NIMESULIDE | M1A13 DINSA
METRONIDAZOLE + TETRACYCLINE | A7A34 MEKLIN
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + CHLORPHENIRAMINE | R5D61 PARAKEF
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PHENOMET
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ABCEF AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ABCEF AZ
DICLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL | M1A14 VIVOGESIC PLUS
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 BESTOFLOX N
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 BESTOFLOX N
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 BONFLOX N
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 T FLOX (BESTOCHEM)
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PARAMAX P
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 FUNGID
DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5D104 COUGHWAR D
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 ADX
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 ADX
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 MOXILIUM PLUS
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 RANMOX PLUS
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 ZITHROCIN AX
BETAMETHASONE + CLIOQUINOL + GENTAMICIN + TOLNAFTATE | D7B58 BIODERM
BETAMETHASONE + CLIOQUINOL + GENTAMICIN + TOLNAFTATE | D7B58 BIODERM
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 BIODEX
CEFPODOXIME + LEVOFLOXACIN | J1D73 MONOTAX L
CEFUROXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D78 CEFOXIM L
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 BIOREX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 BIOREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 DIAGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 DIAGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMP MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMP MP
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 LECET PLUS
MONTELUKAST + LEVOCETIRIZINE + ACEBROPHYLLINE | R3B66 AIRLUNG AB
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Now Report Traffic Violations on WhatsApp Numbers or Facebook: Kullu Police

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Kullu-After 45 people lost their lives and 37 were injured in one of the most tragic road accidents in Himachal Pradesh, the District Police, Kullu, has today issued a notification requesting common people to help curbing traffic rule violations. Referring to the bus accident in Kullu’s Banjar sub-division on Thursday, the police said,

It came to notice that the bus was overcrowded to the maximum extent. Such accidents can be avoided if all of us remain vigilant and follow traffic rules.

The police has issued two WhatsApp numbers (8219681600, 8219681601) where anyone can report traffic rule violations like overloading. Complaints can also be made on district police’s Facebook page. The complainant will have to mention specific details like place, time, vehicle registration number along with a photograph. The identity of the informer will not be disclosed to protect them from any harassment or harm, the notification said.

However, it appears that police in other districts is still waiting for similar accidents before they could take similar initiative to encourage people to bring traffic violations to their attention. Such steps should have been taken long ago. Sadly, it took the sacrifice of 45 lives to woke up the police.

The State Police need to issue directions to all Superintendents of Police to issue such numbers and act on complaints made by common people on social media. It helps the police to enhance their reach and deter traffic rule violations.

However, the people questioned how it would solve the problem relating to shortage of bus services in rural areas. The main cause of overloading is the shortage of bus services. The public is left with no option but to board on over-crowded buses because there is a long gap between services to their respective destinations. The State government and district administration are required to intervene here to sort this problem out. The strictness of police alone can’t solve issues like overloading.

As a ray of hope, the Chief Minister Jairam Thakur yesterday took notice of this issue and said that authorities should identify the crowded stations in the state, which require more transport vehicles. To cope up with the issue of overcrowding in the buses, more permits should be issued to mini buses, maxi cabs and trax etc., he had added.

It’s to be seen how swiftly the authorities act on these directions. Meanwhile, the public is requested to co-operate and avoid boarding in overcrowded buses and to indulge in violation of other traffic rules.

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After Kullu Bus Accident, CM Jairam Speaks of New Plans to Prevent Such Tragedies

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Kullu-As usual, statements with assurances to take strict measures to check loss of lives in road accidents are being given by the state government after Thursday’s tragic ‘Kullu bus accident.’

This time, the Chief Minister Jairam Thakur has claimed that a special campaign will be launched to identify and rectify the black spots on roads of the state to minimize the road accidents and the new roads would be passed after the approval by the road safety auditors.

He held a meeting of senior officers of the state government held here today.

He said that the earlier procedure of identifying the black spots would be done away and new mechanism to identify and rectify the black spots would be implemented so that the same could be improved instead of waiting for any untoward incident for it. He said that special focus would be laid on improving rural roads having greater traffic frequency.

Special awareness campaign would be launched to sensitize the people regarding over speed, rash driving, drunken driving and use of mobile phones while driving. People would be encouraged to register complaints against the erring drivers. He said that it has been found that 93 percent of accidents occur due to human errors, thus special emphasis would be laid on making driving test more stringent.

Jai Ram Thakur said that all the transport vehicles including taxis would have to display name with the photograph of the driver prominently in the vehicles so that the commuters could know that the driver is well trained and authorized to drive the vehicle.

He said that the condition of transport vehicles would be ensured properly and laxity in this regard would not be tolerated at any cost. He said that automatic testing of the condition of the vehicle would also be done for ensuring that only vehicles with good conditions are on the road. The driver licenses for heavy vehicles would be issued only after ensuring proper test of the drivers. He said that a mechanism such as installing biometric system in driving schools will be adopted so that it could be ensured that the trainee actually undergo training for a specific period. He said that efforts would also be made to provide automatic driving test facilities in all the districts of the State.

Jai Ram Thakur said the authorities should also ensure that there is no overloading in transport vehicles. He said that strict action would be taken against the violators. All the school buses would be regularly monitored and school management would be sensitized about the safety guidelines which is the ultimate objective of the government for the safety of the commuters.

The Chief Minister said that authorities should identify the crowded stations in the state, which require more transport vehicles. He said that to cope up with the issue of overcrowding in the buses, more permits should be issued to mini buses, maxi cabs and trax etc.

Earlier today, Jai Ram Thakur also visited the regional hospital Kullu to enquire the well being of the injured persons of the bus accident.

He said that 39 dead bodies were brought to Kullu hospital on Thursday evening for postmortem and except for three unidentified dead. The remaining bodies were handed over to their family members. As many as 37 injured were referred to Kullu after first aid at Banjar hospital out of which five persons including a tourist died.
He said that seriously injured eight persons were referred to PGIMER, Chandigarh on Thursday evening only whereas three more persons were referred during the midnight.

The district administration has arranged employees to assist the injured referred to Chandigarh. Besides, the doctors of PGIMER, Chandigarh have also been requested for providing treatment to the injured on priority.

The Kullu district administration distributed Rs. 10.35 lakh as immediate relief to the family members of the deceased and injured persons on Thursday night, he informed.

A magisterial enquiry has been ordered to find out the reasons for this bus accident and the enquiry committee headed by ADM, Kullu would submit its report shortly, he said.

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Kullu Bus Accident: Death Toll Reaches 44, About 35 Injured, Several Critical

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Deaths in Kullu Bus Accident in 2019


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The bus accident in Banjar sub-division of Kullu district has entered the list of biggest tragedies in Himachal Pradesh. Per the last information received, the death toll has reached 44, and over 30 injured are undergoing treatment at Banjar Civil Hospital, Kullu Hospital, and Hosptial in Mandi’s Nerchowk.

Several injured are in critical condition and have been referred to PGI, Chandigarh. The district administration fears a possible rise in the death toll considering the critical condition of the injured.

All deceased are said to hail from about 20 villages in Kullu and Mandi.

The accident has again exposed the State government’s hollow promises to take measures to reduce road accidents. There is still no check on vehicle maintenance and overloading, leave alone appropriately placing crash barriers on cliff-side of the roads.
Causes of Kullu Bus Accident in 2019

This 42-seater bus was carrying over 75 passengers, there were passengers on the roof as well, eye-witnesses confirm. The bus had left for Gada Gushaini from Banjar on Thursday evening at about 3:45 PM. The bus had not covered more than two kms when it plunged into a 500 feet deep gorge near ‘Bheot mod’ and landed in a Khada fter scraping the mountain face.
Banjar Bus Accident in Pictures

As per a Hindi Daily, the driver was untrained and was perhaps driving a bus for the first time.

Locals, who travelled in this bus daily, told another Hindi Daily that the bus was in poor condition and often developed technical snags. According to the Daily, the driver experienced a problem in shifting gears when the bus approached the ‘Bheot mod’ and began to move backwards uncontrolled before skidding off the road.

The Superintendent of Police, Kullu, Shalini Agnihotri said, the exact cause of the accident could only be ascertained after a proper probe.

Chief Minister Jairam Thakur, who visited the hospital to meet the injured said,

The road at the spot was not in bad condition. Prima facie it looks like a case of overloading. A meeting was held today to ensure that such incidents don’t happen in future

The driver is reported to have jumped off the bus. A Daily said the driver survived and fled the spot. However, official confirmation was awaited. Hearing the sound of the accident, the locals from nearby Bhumar village rushed to the spot. As per eyewitnesses, the bodies were scattered all over the steep mountain.

Moreover, the condition of crash-barriers install was quite poor. The single-row crash barriers were not installed properly and held no chance of stopping the bus from skidding off the road.

Pictures of Kullu Bus Accident in 2019
The bus was shredded into pieces and its parts were mangled all over the hill and the stream at the bottom of the gorge. The locals had a tough-time descending the steep hill. With the help of ropes, the bodies and injured were extricated and brought up to the road. Further, the locals formed human chains to carry the injured across gushing water of the stream.

Death toll in kullu bus accident

The accident is not the first of its kind. There have been several such accidents in the past in Himachal Pradesh. On April 9, 2018, 27 people including 24 children were killed in a school bus accident in Nurpur in Kangra district. In April 2017, 45 people had died when an overloaded bus had plunged into a gorge near Nerwa in Shimla district. In 2016, 17 had died when a bus fell into Beas river in Mandi district, 25 in Rampur in 2017, 31 in July 2015 when a bus fell into the Parvati in Kullu. Before that, May 2013, 42 people were killed as a private bus plunged into Beas river.

In 2019 alone, 430 people have died in 1,168 road accidents in Himachal Pradesh by May 31. Between 2009 and 2018, over 11,000 people had died in nearly 31,000 different road accidents in the state.

Every time an accident happens, probes are ordered and government issues statements taking vows to fix black spots and implement violation of traffic rules like overloading and rash driving strictly. Further, assurances are provided to take strict action against all government officials and those responsible for the accident. After a few months, the usual business continues as the government officials go back into deep slumber. No action is ever taken against government officials responsible for negligence.

It’s no different this time too, the chief minister has ordered a Magisterial probe while the state transport minister Govind Singh Thakur has made similar promises. How and what actions will be taken remains to be seen.

It’s seen over the year that no audits are conducted to assess the need for additional bus services. The rural areas face a huge problem due to the lack of sufficient bus services, which is also responsible for overloading. There are limited buses and people are left with no choice but to board on overloaded buses to reach their destinations.

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The Regional Transport Office also has a role in such accidents because poorly maintained buses are passed easily. The Public Works Department has all the time to build a corrupt nexus with private contractors, but not to care to install much-needed crash barriers. The district administration and police hardly find time to run regular inspections to see if there is a paucity of bus services or buses are being overloaded.

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