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Indian Railways to pay Rs 15,000 to man whose bags were destroyed by rats

Aug 28, 2014

Indian Railways to pay Rs 15,000 to man whose bags were destroyed by rats

Indian Railways has been held deficient by a consumer forum here which directed it to pay Rs 15,000 compensation to a retired serviceman, whose bags were damaged by rats in a train. #India #NewsTracker #Indian Railways #rats #Luggage #Neglect #New Delhi Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum
Sugar import duty raised to 25 percent to protect mills

Aug 22, 2014

Sugar import duty raised to 25 percent to protect mills

In a relief to millers beleaguered by higher cane prices and surplus stocks, the government raised the import duty on sugar. #Ram Vilas Paswan #Central Board of Excise and Customs #Consumer Affairs Ministry #Sugar mills #Sugar Import #Uttar Pradesh farmers #sugar canes #White Sugar #refined sugar
WTO row India won't compromise on interest of farmers, says Nirmala Sitharaman

Aug 05, 2014

WTO row India won't compromise on interest of farmers, says Nirmala Sitharaman

India today said it will not compromise the interest of poor farmers and consumers at the WTO and sought complete resolution of the foodgrain stockpile issue, which is essential for unhindered implementation of the country's food security programme. #India #NewsTracker #Food security #Nirmala Sitharaman #parliament #farmers #WTO #poor #consumers #stockpile
Consumer affairs ministry may frame norms for online shopping

Jul 25, 2014

Consumer affairs ministry may frame norms for online shopping

The Department of Consumer Affairs has been receiving a large number of complaints from consumers making online purchases, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha. #Lok Sabha #Nirmala Sitharaman #PolicyWatch #Department of Consumer Affairs #Online shopping

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Consumer affairs ministry may frame norms for online shopping

Sep 18, 2014

Inside the battery hen shed: the farmer who wants to prove cages arent always cruel

His birds cant flap their wings or forage, but with the campaign to ban cage eggs gathering pace, Brian Ahmed argues a range of properly managed farming systems are needed to meet consumer demand. Guardian Australia takes up an offer to inspect his f...
Consumer affairs ministry may frame norms for online shopping

Sep 18, 2014

Fin24.com | Treasury warns of virtual currency risk

South African consumers should be aware of the risks associated with the use of virtual currencies for either transactions or investments, warns Treasury...
Consumer affairs ministry may frame norms for online shopping

Sep 18, 2014

Milk chocolate digestives cited top selling biscuits in Ireland this year

The humble biscuit is the nation’s favourite accompaniment to a cup of tea, so why not try our recipe for chocolate digestive brownies? Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar? Who cares, according to Tesco Ireland, who has revealed that the simple ...