Some of most misleading commercials of Indian companies

The Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India (ASCI) received 133 complaints for February. It upheld 48 complaints of misleading ads from education category, 13 in the healthcare category followed by five in the food and beverages category. Some of them are given as below:  

May 10, 2016, 14:22 PM IST
Bharti Airtel was pulled up by Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India for its TV commercial for Airtel 4G for not following ASCI's guideline.
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Bharti Airtel was pulled up by Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India for its TV commercial for Airtel 4G for not following ASCI's guideline.

Hindustan Unilever also failed to substantiate its claim of
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Hindustan Unilever also failed to substantiate its claim of "10X more skin care moisturisers" for its Lifebuoy Clini-Care 10 Soap before the CCC.

A complaint against FMCG major ITC was also upheld for violating traffic rules in the ad of its Sunfeast Farmlite Cookies.
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A complaint against FMCG major ITC was also upheld for violating traffic rules in the ad of its Sunfeast Farmlite Cookies.

Tata Motors was also pulled up for violation of traffic rules in its ad for its GenX Nano Easy Shift where vehicle indicator light was not lit while overtaking another vehicle.
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Tata Motors was also pulled up for violation of traffic rules in its ad for its GenX Nano Easy Shift where vehicle indicator light was not lit while overtaking another vehicle.

Hewlett Packard India's ad for its printers claiming
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Hewlett Packard India's ad for its printers claiming "upto 480 pages for just Rs 475 per cartridge" was found to be "misleading by ambiguity and implication".

Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India found that Vodafone India also failed to substantiate its claim in ad of having world's largest 4G network.
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Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India found that Vodafone India also failed to substantiate its claim in ad of having world's largest 4G network.

HUL was also pulled for
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HUL was also pulled for "misleading" print ad of its Dove Hair Fall Rescue Shampoo with Nutrilock Actives.

Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India found claim by Reliance Communications as
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Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India found claim by Reliance Communications as "misleading by exaggeration" after its failed to substantiate its claim of "India's finest 3G network".