ISLAMABAD: Despite the high pledges , the government could not provide real benefit to the farmers especially to the tobacco growers in the currently announced federal budget for the fiscal year 2016-17. As a matter of fact there is no proper ... Daily Times, 2 weeks ago
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Pitching for a ban on foreign investment in tobacco sector, Federation of All India Farmer Associations (FAIFA) today said multinational firms are using ambiguities in the FDI policy to endorse international brands in the country, which encourages ...Business Standard, 2 weeks ago FAIFA welcomes move to ban FDI in tobacco sector NetIndia123.com, 2 weeks ago FAIFA lauds Govt's move to ban FDI in Tobacco United News of India, 2 weeks ago Tobacco farmers' body welcomes move to ban FDI Times of India, 2 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD - Although the federal budget has promised subsidies for the agriculture sector but there is no proper mechanism to check if the farmers will actually be benefited or not, says Tobacco Farmers Welfare Association secretary general. ...The Nation Pakistan, 3 weeks ago Opposition questions budget figures authenticity DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago The Budget in 60 seconds West Australian, 1 month ago Federal Budget 2016: This year's winners and losers InTheBlack, 1 month ago
New Delhi, April 26 (IANS) The Federation of All India Farmers Association will on Wednesday protest against implementation of the 85 percent pictorial warnings on packets of all tobacco products. During the protest, tobacco growers from various ...Yahoo! India, 2 months ago Tobacco growers to strike against bigger pictorial warning on packs The Statesman, 2 months ago
(Representational Image) FAIFA urged the government to withdraw the order that requires 85 per cent of pictorial warning on packets of tobacco products. New Delhi: Tobacco farmers' body Federation of All India Farmer Associations (FAIFA) on April 11 hit out ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
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The Federation of All India Farmers Associations has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to align the graphic health warnings on cigarette packets with other tobacco producing countries to safeguard the growers under threat.The associations, which represent ...Prokerala, 2 months ago
Tobacco farmers and small retailers on Wednesday held a protest march in the national capital demanding roll back of 85% pictorial warning on tobacco products. From April 1, the Health Ministry's notification came into force for implementation of ...DNA India, 2 months ago Farmers, micro-retailers protest against anti-national packaging policies United News of India, 4 weeks ago Farmers protest against 85% tobacco warning News Today, 2 months ago Retailers hold protest against 85% tobacco warning The Statesman, 2 months ago
BENGALURU: Opposing the government move to publish warning signs on 85 percent of space on tobacco products, farmers and retailers all over Karnataka protested in Bengaluru on Thursday. Members of Federation of All India Farmer Associations ...Times of India, 1 month ago Tobacco Farmers, Retailers Protest 85% Pictorial Warning Outlook India, 1 month ago TOBACCO (MES2) - Tobacco farmers, retailers protest 85pc pictorial warning Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
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Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil talks with reporters at the annual Council of the Federation meeting in Charlottetown in 2014 as then Alberta premier Dave Hancock looks on. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press) HALIFAX While severe cost-cutting ...Macleans Online, 2 months ago Nova Scotia budget features small surplus, new spending, tobacco tax hike CTV News, 2 months ago Nova Scotia Says No to Genetically Modified Fish Seafood.com News, 1 month ago
The Federation of All India Farmers Associations (FAIFA) on Monday urged cigarette companies to resume production following new rule for pictorial warnings on all tobacco products.Tobacco crop worth approximately Rs.1,200 crore was lying unsold in Telangana ...Prokerala, 2 months ago
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