An Australian law intended to make the packaging of cigarettes less appealing to consumers again came under fire at the WTO last week, with developing country tobacco producers arguing that the measure could curtail competitiveness in the tobacco market and is inconsistent with multilateral trade rules.

Multigrain noodles that claim to be healthier than the regular variety, digestive biscuits that help weight loss and drinks that make champions out of little children — cracking down on such advert

Delhi government’s Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) has been awarded a quality assurance stamp by the National Accreditation Board of Hospitals (NABH).

The government plans to form an inter-ministerial committee to suggest ways to check misleading advertisements that claim exaggerated benefits like fair skin or full energy, junior food minister K

The All-India Food Processors Association (AIFPA) today approached the Delhi High Court, pleading that the court should hear them before passing any final order on a petition that seeks ban on carb

New Delhi: Samosas, bread pakoras, burgers, pizzas and colas might make one’s mouth water, but the health risks posed by them are many.

Waterless Urinals No Prime Space For Ads, So View Is Clear

Biotech firms object to states getting a say in approving GM crop trials.

An international Deloitte report, commissioned by British American Tobacco, reveals that increasing the size of health warnings on packs and introducing graphic warnings has not directly reduced tobacco consumption – and calls into question whether plain packaging will achieve government health objectives.

Animal rights organisation PETA has written a letter to the city civic body seeking permission to put up advertisements on garbage trucks saying 'Meat Trashes the Planet.'

In the letter to Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation municipal commissioner Subodh Kumar, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) has sought permission to place sidewards ads on Mumbai's garbage trucks reading, 'Mea