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No prejudice against Nestl, says minister

FoodMin has proposed 10% import duty on wheat: Paswan

Union Minister of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Ram Vilas Paswan. Photo: PTI Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan today said his ministry has proposed 10 per cent import duty on wheat to curb cheaper shipments as the country already ... Business Standard India, 1 day ago
No prejudice against Nestl, says minister, 2 weeks ago

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Implementation of Order for Measures against Kabushiki Kaisha Trident concerning Violation of the Act on Regulation of the Transmission of Specified Electronic Mail

The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications and the Consumer Affairs Agency have issued an administrative order against Kabushiki Kaisha Trident in accordance with Article 7 of the Act on Regulation of Transmission of Specified Electronic ...
 Noodls3 days ago Centre to Release Rs 1 crore to Each District Consumer Forum  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Government to Give More Teeth to Consumer Protection Act  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Consumer Protection Act to Get More Teeth  New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Squad to check quality, quantity of food grains in J&K

Jammu, Jun 28 (PTI) The Consumer affairs and public distribution (CA&PD) ministry of Jammu and Kashmir has called for constituting a 'checking squad' to examine the quality, quantity and timely distribution of food grains in the state. "CA&PD ...
 Press Trust of India6 days ago Squad to check food grains in Jammu & Kashmir  State Times6 days ago PTI - KASHMIR-FOOD - Squad to check quality, quantity of food grains in J&K  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago Sudan: Food Delayed in Bredjing Camp for Darfur in East Chad  AllAfrica.com1 week ago

West Bengal government to take up petrol dealers issues

KOLKATA: West Bengal consumer affairs minister Sadhan Pandey on Monday said he will write to the petroleum minister, urging him to implement a uniform commission system for eastern India, where petrol and diesel consumption is lower than in the rest ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Sadhan Pandey to parley for East India petro dealers with central ministry  HT Syndication1 week ago

After Maggi ban, Nestle might face legal action by Modi govt on behalf of consumers

The consumer affairs ministry is looking to file a petition against Nestle, the manufacturers of Maggi noodles, on behalf of the consumers for selling unsafe product and running misleading advertisements. The post After Maggi ban, Nestle might face legal ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Maggi row: Government drags Nestle to consumer court  DNA3 weeks ago On behalf of consumers, govt to sue Nestle for damages  Times of India3 weeks ago Govt to sue Nestle for damages on behalf of consumers  Economic Times3 weeks ago

Cabinet may approve BIS, Consumer Protection Acts amendments

t official said today. The Consumer Affairs Ministry has already moved a Cabinet note that also seeks to create a Consumer Protection Authority on the lines of the US and European countries for fast-tracking redressal of grievances. "We expect that they ...
 Business Standard1 month ago - Union cabinet approves to introduce new Bureau of Indian Standards Bill 2015  FnBnews.com2 weeks ago Cabinet Note Moved For Amendments in Consumer Protection Act  Outlook2 months ago

Misleading ads may soon invite action

In a bid to crack down on false and misleading advertisements, the consumer affairs ministry is considering filing cases against such advertisers.
 Times of India1 month ago

Is it awareness or terrifying?

Dear Editor, The food safety standard of India (FSSAI) and the Central Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution have published an advertisement in the news media on 21st of June under its slogan "Jago Grahak jago creating ...
 Kashmir Times1 week ago Trouble mounts for Nestle: Now Uttarakhand to test Maggi samples from Pantnagar unit  First Post.com1 month ago Paswan assures probe on Maggi noodle issue  Deccan Herald1 month ago Goa bans sale of Maggi, Centre may probe other fast foods  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Govt may import pulses after 2-yr gap to check prices

eck rising retail price. The Consumer Affairs Ministry is looking at the option of pulses imports in view of forecast of below-normal monsoon and possible fall in production in Australia and Canada, a senior government official said. India produces 18-19 ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Government may import pulses after 2-year gap to check retail prices  Economic Times1 month ago
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Cabinet committee may extend ban on onion hoarding by one year

In the Cabinet note, the Consumer Affairs Ministry has sought extension of the order by another year in view of increase in onion prices due to short supply.
 Economic Times4 days ago CCEA may extend ban on onion hoarding by 1 year  Smart Investor4 days ago Cabinet May Extend Ban on Onion Hoarding by 1 Year: Report  NDTV Profit4 days ago Cabinet extends onion stock limits for one year to curb prices  Times of India2 days ago
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