The draft note, prepared by the ministry of consumer affairs, earmarks responsibility to each ministry or department on the area of regulation they would oversee for e-commerce companies. To get over the ambiguity on regulation of the burgeoning e-commerce business, a note prepared for a committee of secretaries (COS) has designated nine departments in the government with specific areas and issues in the sector to handle and oversee. E-commerce has become the fastest growing business in ... Rediff.com, 11 hours ago
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The consumer affairs and IT ministries are studying plan to regulate e-commerce as the government feels predatory pricing, online fraud needs to be regulated.Money Control, 1 day ago Ecomm to be policed by up to 9 govt agencies including RBI, Home Ministry Economic Times, 18 hours ago Regulator planned for direct selling sector: Paswan Prokerala, 1 month ago Govt. To Regulate E-Commerce Business In India? Channel Times, 7 hours ago
The country's first national law school, NLSIU Bangalore, has recently received a one crore grant from the Ministry of Consumer Affairs to speed up consumer disputes. The grant is in anticipation of the proposed amendment to the Consumer Protection ...Bar & Bench, 1 week ago Online consumer mediation centre planned The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
The Ministry of Consumer Affairs has started public forums seeking inputs from public on various consumer related issues, including action to be taken against misleading advertisement. Visit the forums and post your views, opinions on misleading ...Money Life, 2 weeks ago Singapore Moves To Ban Public Alcohol Consumption From late Evening To Early Morning Promoting Daytime Drinking? Inquisitr, 1 week ago Singapore to crack whip on alcohol consumption in public International Business Times UK, 1 week ago No drinking of alcohol from 10.30pm to 7am in public places, under proposed laws Today Online, 1 week ago
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Food and Consumer Affairs Ministry will have all the official work on E-Files within three months. This was decided in a meeting chaired by Food and Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Villas Paswan, to discuss best governance practices on the eve of 'Good ...Sify, 1 month ago Ministry of Consumer Affairs & Food to have all official work on E-Files within three months PIB, 1 month ago
Ministry of Consumer Affair, Food and Public Distribution is implementing a Plan Scheme on End-to-end Computerisation of TPDS Operations on cost sharing basis with the States/UTs. The scheme has been declared as a Mission Mode Project (MMP) by the Government.PIB, 1 month ago
Each could handle a designated area, says note by consumer affairs ministry Digbijay Mishra & Surajeet Das Gupta January 30, 2015 Last Updated at 00:50 IST To get over the ambiguity on regulation of the burgeoning e-commerce business, a note prepared for a ...Business Standard, 20 hours ago
Japan's core consumer price index for December rose for the 19th consecutive month. The internal affairs ministry said on Friday that the index was 2.5 percent higher than a year earlier. The index, which excludes fresh food prices, stood at ...NHK, 10 hours ago CPI up 2.6%, hits 23-year high on demand, pricing decisions The Japan News, 3 hours ago BANK OF JAPAN : URGENT: Japan's December consumer prices up 2.5% on year 4 Traders, 15 hours ago Japan's December consumer prices up 2.5% on year Nikkei Asian Review, 14 hours ago
Consumer prices in Japan were up 2.4 percent on year in December, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said on Friday - topping expectations for 2.3 percent and unchanged from November. Core CPI, which excludes the volatile costs of ...RTTNews.com, 15 hours ago REPEAT: Japan Consumer Prices Steady At 2.4% In December London South East, 9 hours ago CAC survey finds higher-than-expected fuel prices RJR News Online, 6 days ago
Koreans consume more coffee than their staples rice or kimchi, according to the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs on Friday. As of 2013, Koreans drank coffee 12.2 times a week but ate kimchi 11.9 times and rice 6.9 times. In 2009, ...Digital Chosun, 1 week ago Check out these statistics over a cup of coffee Korea Joongang Daily, 1 week ago Koreans consume more coffee than kimchi, rice Korea Herald, 2 weeks ago Coffee consumption beats kimchi, Korean white rice Korea Herald, 2 weeks ago
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