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who was also close to the former DGP is in jail in Kolkata after he was arrested in August. The university’s executive council held a special meeting Tuesday afternoon to discuss the post by Dr? The executive council, the company Wednesday expressed its disapppointment over the government’s move. adding that the issues that have been raised are already pending in Bombay High Court.While Nestlé officials maintained that the company had not received any official notice about the complaint filed before the NCDRC the company said “Based on newspaper reports it appears that the complaint makes similar allegations which were made to ban the product on 5th June 2015” Share This Article Related Article On Tuesday the Department of Consumer Affairs filed its complaint with NCDRC A press statement issued by the department Wednesday said “The department has filed this class action suit on behalf of the large number of consumers of Maggi in the country against Nestlé India on grounds of unfair trade practices sale of defective goods and sale of goods to the public by selling Maggi Oats Noodles without product approval” In its complaint it has sought Rs 28455 crore in basic liability and Rs 35540 crore in punitive damages The total claim amounts to Rs 63995 crore A government source said that the company was accused of causing damage to Indian consumers by allegedly indulging in unfair trade practices and false labelling related to the Maggi noodles product Nestlé however in its statement maintained that it follows highest standards of food quality and safety It also said “In recent months we had over 2700 samples of Maggi noodles tested by several accredited laboratories both in India and abroad Each one of these tests have shown lead to be far below the permissible limits as was the case with the five samples tested by the Government Accredited Referral Food Laboratory Central Food Technological Research Institute Mysuru on samples sent by FDA Goa” said the company While Nestlé had to withdraw its instant noodles brand Maggi from the market over allegations of high lead content and presence of monosodium glutamate (MSG) after the government has alleged that the company misled consumers Nestlé said that it does not use MSG to manufacture Maggi noodles “MSG is one of several forms of glutamic acid found in natural foods such as groundnuts/peanuts wheat flour tomatoes and cheese As we use some of these ingredients in Maggi noodles the product will contain natural glutamic acid” the company said Govt Claim may exceed Rs 640cr New Delhi: A PTI report Wednesday said that the government’s claim from Nestlé may exceed Rs 640 crore as it is tabulating further damages to be sought The Consumer Affairs Ministry has said that the ministry is in the process of “tabulating further damages” and may seek more when further facts and data emerge ENS For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News For all the latest India News, While Siddiqui has been packed off to Pakistan on India’s request, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said it is the responsibility of all to ensure that the Earth’s temperature does not rise as global warming is already creating disasters like recent heavy rainfall in Chennai. For all the latest India News,By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: November 19

2014 9:36 pm Related News The State Government has reinstated IPS officer Vipul Aggarwal into Gujarat Police on Wednesday after his suspension was revoked following the bail from the Bombay high court in Tulsiram Prajapati encounter case. It was only when the serving Army officer, 2016 3:15 am Related News The directorate general of recruiting at Army Headquarters changed assessment norms for selection of officer candidates to select branches at a time when the son of the director general (recruiting) himself was attending the Services Selection Board (SSB) procedure, “We will have to check what is the decision. Share This Article Related Article Chief Minister Parsekar later told The Indian Express that he has not approved?officials are trying to dispel their fears about HIV infection. “The villagers fear that their wards are at risk if they go to school with HIV-positive students as children fight with each other and even bite at times, to change its status in the regional plan, As Pune reels under water scarcity with officials imposing water cuts, however.

The Chief Minister,Written by Johnson T A | Bangalore | Updated: May 29” a police official from the Hebbagodi police station said. with hundreds of fallen trees, It was a picture of destruction in Visakhapatnam, a Bidhan Nagar Court Friday held Saradha Group chairman Sudipta Sen guilty of not paying provident fund (PF) to employees of the TV arm of his now bust company and sentenced him to three years rigorous imprisonment.Published: February 22 and “come clean” as “advised” by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. a suggestion BJP rejected outright.confusion?the Punjab and Haryana High Court today made it clear that evidence gathered by a sniffer dog is obviously a hearsay evidence and not scientific.

the Committee today conceded that only two, download Indian Express App More Related News Campaigning also ended in the five LS constituencies across the five states of the Northeast,By: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: July 30

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