In 2004, Dinesh Thakur, a senior employee of Ranbaxy, then India’s largest pharma company, discovered a terrible secret. Ranbaxy had been fabricating the test results of their drugs, endangering millions of patients. Thakur resigned and became a whistleblower and ultimately brought the company to its knees. But the rot in Indian pharma isn’t confined to Ranbaxy alone. In this book, investigative journalist Katherine Eban shows how fraud and trickery are deeply entrenched in much of the industry and raises troubling questions about some of its biggest names. Filled with shocking and eye-opening details, this book lays bare the ugly truth of Indian pharma.