About Us

Our Brand Ambassadors

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Aakarshi Kashyap

An Indian badminton player. She has been selected to be part of the India at the 2018 Asian Games. She was part of the national women's team that won the gold medal in 2019 South Asian Games.

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V.R. Raghunath

Arjuna Awardee
Former Olympian and Vice-Captain of Indian Hockey team.

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Usha Rani

A national Kabbadi player and Asian Games Silver Medal winner.

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Abantika Deka

A former Badminton player who represented India. Presently Abantika is the official junior national coach to team India.

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Nikshep Ravi Kumar

Former Sub Junior National Tennis Player.


  • Report adverse experiences with medications
  • Report serious adverse reactions. A reaction is serious when the patient outcome is:
    • Death
    • Life-threatening (real risk of dying)
    • Hospitalization (initial or prolonged)
    • Disability (significant, persistent or permanent)
    • Congenital anomaly
    • Required intervention to prevent permanent impairment or damage
  • Report even if:
    • You’re not certain the product caused adverse reaction
    • You don’t have all the details however point nos. 1, 5, 7, 8, 11, 15, 16 & 18 (see reverse) are essentially required.
  • Who can report:
    • Any health care professional (Doctors including Dentists, Nurses and Pharmacists).
  • Where to report:
    • After completing, please return this form to Micro Labs Ltd, Pharmacovigilance Cell
  • What happens to the submitted information:
    • Information provided in this form is handled in strict confidence. PV cell at Micro Labs will carry out causality analysis and the data is statistically analysed and finally submitted to CDSCO.


The patient’s identity is held in strict confidence and protected to the fullest extent. Programme staff is not expected to and will not disclose the reporter’s identity in response to a request from the public. Submission of a report does not constitute an admission that medical personnel or manufacturer or the product caused or contributed to the reaction.