In THE NEWSHOUR Debate on "#MaggiMess: Time to recall Maggi?", TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief ARnab Gowami and panelists discuss: the mounting scrutiny over Maggi noodles prompted by the presence of monosodium glutamate (MSG) and lead in a few samples, and more states banning the sale of the product.
सालों से बिक रही मैगी पर अब क्यों जागी सरकार?यही आज का मुद्दा है इस पर बात करने के लिए आईबीएन7 के साथ जुड़े दिल्ली के मशहूर मैक्स अस्पताल की न्यूट्रीशन एक्सपर्ट डॉ मंजरी चंद्रा, कंज्यूमर वॉयस के मैनेजिंग ट्रस्टी श्रीराम खन्ना, मशहूर अभिनेत्री शिवानी वजीर, सीएसई की फूड सेफ्टी की रिसर्च एसोसिएट अनन्या तिवारी और ब्रांड गुरू शुभो सेनगुप्ता जुड़े।
Big Debate: Who is responsible for poisoning Maggi? The debate is being moderated by Neha Panth with following panelists:Sambit Patra (BJP)Priyanka Chaturvedi (Congress)Sudheer OjhaDeepak SharmaShriraam Khanna (Consumer worker)
As Delhi bans Maggi noodles for 15 days while Goa declares it safe for consumption, on The Buck Stops Here, we debate: is India caught in a noodle trap? Is Maggi just the tip of the iceberg? With high lead content how did Maggi get 'product approved'? And is the debate over Maggi noodles long overdue or alarmist?
The Delhi government has banned Maggi noodles for 15 days, saying the lead content found in the samples is beyond permissible limits. It has also asked Nestle India, the company which manufactures Maggi, to withdraw all stocks of the popular snacks from the market.
This new report released by Blacksmith Institute and Green Cross Switzerland highlights the top six toxic threats to global health.It ranks pollutants according to the number of people estimated to be at risk from each toxin and describes their physical nature, industries that typically cause their release, common human exposure pathways, and known health effects.
For the past five years Hyderabad has been trying to clean the Hussain Sagar Lake, separating the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad in Andhra Pradesh. The efforts suffered yet another blow on June 20 when the Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board (APPCB) denied permission to dredge the mouths of four nalas releasing waste water into the lake and to dispose it of at a nearby quarry.