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    Guardian Pharmacy


    The retail revolution sweeping across the country has brought in changes to the way average urban Indians shop for a host of products and services — from routine groceries to attractive apparels, and from petrol and lubricants to books and magazines.
    But a majority of Indians still visit the crowded neighbourhood pharmaceutical store to buy a vitamin pill or a painkiller, and in some of the smaller cities have to double-check to ensure that the medicines are according to the doctor’s prescription, cosmetics like shampoos and creams are genuine, and the chocolates are not past the ‘best before’ date.

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