Top executives of the US-based world's biggest retailer Wal-Mart have been examined by Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) amid allegations that the company gave bribes to government officials to get customs clearances and obtain permits to set up stores in India.
The US Food and Drug Administration (US FDA), which had issued a warning letter to Dr Reddy's Laboratories over quality issues, has said it might withhold approval of the company's fresh drugs and stop import if no corrective action is taken.
Hero MotoCorp's promoter Pawan Munjal emerged as the highest paid director among the top listed private companies, taking home a pay packet of nearly Rs 44 crore last fiscal, followed by two other executives of the auto group, says a report.
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