Indian government laboratory finds 22 drug samples of Marion Biotech Pvt Ltd "adulterated and spurious".
United Nations health agency warns against the use of cough syrups made by India's Marion Biotech that were linked to child deaths in Uzbekistan.
A batch of syrups, which contained the toxic substance ethylene glycol, was given to children at home without a doctor's prescription, either by their parents or on the advice of pharmacists.
New Delhi says it found no traces of deadly ethylene glycol and diethylene glycol in Maiden Pharmaceuticals drugs.
The decision comes after Gambian police said that the deaths of 69 children from acute kidney injury were linked to the cough syrups made in India.
Gambia suspends "license of the suspected... importer" following deaths of 66 children in the small West African country that WHO says are possibly linked to four cough and cold syrups made by Maiden Pharmaceuticals in India.
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