Govt may seek damages, drags Nestle to consumer court

In more trouble Sunday for Nestle over the Maggi row, Government may seek damages from Nestle, dragging it to the consumer court for "unfair trade practices and misleading advertisements".

Maggi controversy: Action sure if samples found unsafe, says Paswan

Amid the troubles faced by food giant Nestle's Maggi noodles, Union Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Thursday said action against the product and people endorsing it will be taken if samples are found unsafe for consumption.

Why it took the Indian govt 32 years to tighten the noose on Maggi?

In 32 years of Maggi's survival in India, how many times was it tested? Today on Taal Thok Ke, watch the full debate on how did it sustain for so long!

Why it took the Indian govt 32 years to tighten the noose on Maggi? Part-2

In 32 years of Maggi's survival in India, how many times was it tested? Today on Taal Thok Ke, watch the full debate on how did it sustain for so long!

Maggi on boil, UP food regulator orders filing of case

Nestle India is heading for a legal trouble over safety standards of its famous Maggi noodles, as the Food Safety and Drug Administration (FSDA) has given its go-ahead to file a case against the company and five others in a local court here.

Apollo hospital fined Rs.1 crore for medical negligence

The national consumer forum has ordered Apollo Hospital to pay a compensation of Rs.1 crore to a couple for wrongful delivery of their child that caused permanent brain damage.

'Schematics' ready to help govt block porn sites: NCSS

The National Cyber Safety and Security Standards is ready with the 'schematics' that would help government block all porn websites which are mainly responsible for crimes against women, Dr S Amarprasad Reddy, Additional Director General, NCSSS, Saturday said.

NCDRC asks construction firm to pay over Rs 1 crore to doctor

The apex consumer commission has asked a real estate company to pay over Rs one crore to a doctor for its failure to give him possession of an apartment, saying that it was making profits at the expense of others.

No deficiency of college if graduate unable to get job: NCDRC

Not getting a government job with a degree issued by a recognised college or university does not amount to deficiency on part of the educational institution, warranting refund of fee, the apex consumer forum has held.

Manipal Hospital to pay Rs 5.1L for negligence

Manipal Hospital Bangalore and its four doctors have been directed by the apex consumer forum to pay Rs 5.1 lakh towards rehabilitation of a minor girl whose right forearm was amputated due to their negligence.

Ensure letters reach on time: NCDRC to postal depa

The postal department is duty bound to ensure that letters reach their destination in time against all odds, the apex consumer commission has said.

LIC can`t make consumer pay for its mistake: NCDRC

NCDRC asked the PSU to pay Rs 11,000 compensation to a customer for demanding additional premium from him 12 years after he had bought the policy.

Doctors misleading patients liable to be prosecuted: NCDRC

Doctors misleading patients through false claims about their professional qualifications are liable to be prosecuted for rendering deficient service,
the country`s apex consumer body has held.

NCDRC seeks financial independence for consumer forums

The National Consumer Dispute
Redressal Commission Sunday sought complete financial
independence for the quasi-judicial bodies through budgetary
allocation.

NCDRC declines handing over possession of LDA plot to woman

The National Consumer Disputes
Redressal Commission (NCDRC) has declined to hand over the
possession of a plot to a woman after she failed to deposit
the money in time with the Lucknow Development Authority.

Consumer fora can try cases of deficient service by Rlys: NCDRC

Consumer Courts have jurisdiction
to entertain cases of mishap owing to deficiency in service by
railways if the same was not covered under the provisions of
Railway Claims Tribunal Act.