GSK plant wins energy award; Indian court backs J&J license revocation; France's ANSM clears Teva plant in packaging switch;

> The ANSM in France has cleared Teva Pharmaceutical Industries ($TEVA) after several deaths tied to a Teva sedative found in packages that should have contained a diuretic. Story

> An Indian court has upheld a decision by the state government in Maharashtra to cancel Johnson & Johnson's ($JNJ) license to manufacture cosmetics from its facility in Mulund in northeast Mumbai. Story

> GlaxoSmithKline ($GSK) has won an energy award in Ireland for changes it made at its plant in Cork which resulted in a 20% reduction in energy use. Report

> Michael P. Jackson, 40, of Carmi, IL, was sentenced to 72 months in prison for selling Adderall, from 2009 to 2012, to a Florida woman who operated an illegal Internet-pharmacy business. Announcement

> The FDA has sent a warning letter to Changzhou Qianhong Bio-Pharma in China telling it that drugs it is offering for sale in the U.S. are not registered. Letter

> Federal authorities want to seize 3,200 cases of products held in a warehouse by GNC, the country's largest supplement seller, saying they contain the stimulant dimethylamylamine, which the FDA in April warned holds a risk for causing heart attacks. Story

> Kohlberg Kravis Roberts has jumped into the contract research business in style. The private equity group reportedly paid $1.3 billion for PRA International, a CRO with a global reach into 80 countries. Story

And Finally... The FDA is asking the industry to provide input on what it should be evaluating in terms of quality to do a better job with inspections. Report