The single bench of the Karnataka High Court circuit bench in Dharwad, headed by Justice B S Patil on Tuesday upheld the Karnataka government's decision to ban the manufacture and sale of gutkha in

Notification of Food Safety and Standards (Packaging and Labelling) second amendment Regulations, 2013 (relating to transfatty acid, etc.)

Notification of Food Safety and Standards (Food Product Standards and Food Additives) second amendment Regulations, 2013 (relating to transfatty acid, etc.).

Judgement of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh on the use of PET bottles dated 26/06/2013 in the matter of Prani Mitra Samiti vs The State Of Madhya Pradesh.

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The High Court Circuit Bench, Dharwad upheld the State government’s ban on gutka by quashing an interim plea filed by gutka companies on Tuesday.

An interim plea had been filed by Ghodawat Pan Masala and three other gutka manufacturing companies, which challenged the State government’s order to impose a ban on the sale and manufacture of gutka in State.

Health authorities to initiate legal action against Sangrur shopkeepers

A large number of powdered food supplements, promising rapid body growth, are being sold in every part of the state. The district health authorities recently collected six samples of such products procured from shops situated at Sunam, Dhuri and Dirba in the district.

The Karnataka government on Friday announced the ban on the manufacture, storage, sale and distribution of gutka and pan masala containing tobacco or nicotine, as ingredients in the interest of pub

Just ahead of World No Tobacco Day (on Friday), the State government issued a formal notification to implement the ban on manufacture, sale, storage, and distribution of gutka and pan masala in the

These regulations may be called the Food Safety and Standards (Food Import) Regulations, 2012. They shall come into force from such date as may be notified by the Food Authority by publication in the Official Gazette.

Joining several other States, Tamil Nadu on Wednesday announced a ban on gutka and pan masala.

The ban on the manufacture, storage and sale of the carcinogenic chewable forms of tobacco led a host of announcements Chief Minister Jayalalithaa made in the Assembly pertaining to the health sector.

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