Social watchdog organizations including the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) have welcomed the direction of the Delhi High Court on banning junk food in schools.
Delhi BJP president Harsh Vardhan Thursday urged Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung to ban sale of junk food from all government and private schools in the national capital for the "good health" of ch
The Centre for Science and Environment Director-General, Sunita Narain, has demanded that all junk food be banned from unaided and private schools across the country.
Non-government organisation Uday Foundation, which has sought a ban on the sale of junk food in school premises and within a 500-metre radius, on Wednesday questioned the logic of restricting the a
Affidavit filed in the Delhi High Court by Food and Safety Standards Authority of India (Union Health Ministry) regarding petition of Uday Foundation to ban junk food in schools dated July 2011.
Original Source: http://udayfoundationindia.org/Affidavit_filed_in_the_Delhi_High_Court_b...
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