Supreme Court has directed FSSAI to monitor and conduct periodic checks of all carbonated soft drinks citing that the issue relates to fundamental right to life. Read text of this order issued by the apex court on 22 October 2013.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Pawan Kumar Vs State of Himachal Pradesh & Others dated 16/09/2013 regarding various encroachments in the forest area particularly that of Mcleodganj and Rivalsar of Himachal Pradesh.

Quick service restaurant (QSR) television advertisements for children’s meals were compared with adult advertisements from the same companies to assess whether self-regulatory pledges for food advertisements to children had been implemented.

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Bombay High Court also under fire for interim stay orders. The Supreme Court on Monday removed all hurdles to implementation of Point of Sale Rules on tobacco and tobacco products.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday slammed the government for being hand in glove with the tobacco industry and not making any efforts to enforce guidelines to limit the effect of advertisement

Order of the Supreme Court of India on the constitutional validity of The Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products Act, 2003 and The Cigarettes and other Tobacco Products Rules, 2004 dated 22/07/2013.

Though India’s latest tobacco control step of mandating films with smoking scenes to carry statutory warnings introduced last year is hailed as one of the best practices under the World Health Orga

JAIPUR: After failing to declare Jaipur as a smoke-free city due to improper compliance of Cigarette and Other tobacco Product Act (COTPA) 2003, the medical health and family welfare department in

GUWAHATI, May 30: Tobacco use is the biggest cause of death, disease and disability. The death clock of tobacco strikes every six seconds globally killing 10 lakh Indians every year.

Judgement of the High Court of Delhi in the matter of Marico Limited Vs Adani Wilmar Ltd dated 18/04/2013 regarding disparagement of Saffola in television commercials and print advertisements issued by the defendant (Adani Wilmar Ltd) by making patently false, unsubstantiated and misleading claims and statements in respect of Fortune RBO as being, (a) the „healthiest oil in the world‟; (b) healthier than the plaintiff‟s SAFFOLA brand edible oil; (c) 100% RBO being 100% healthy; and, (d) good not only for the heart, but also good for cholesterol immunity, sk