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M'rashtra's hands tied despite finding pesticides in Pepsi
August 23, 2003
Govt will fail to act against Pepsi in the absence of specific laws, Maharashtra's
India sending doctors to Maldives
January 3, 2005
India, that itself suffered enormous damage and devastation, is sending 20 tonnes of
and doctors to the Maldives to ...
Maharashtra gives all-clear to Thums Up, Limca after tests
August 20, 2003
and Drug Administration said the samples from Coke's Pune plant didn't have pesticides.
Monsoons hit South Asia, 180 dead, 400,000 homeless
July 11, 2003
Monsoon rains have killed more than 180 people and forced about 400,000 from their homes in eastern India, Nepal and Ban ...
CFL releases report, says most soft drinks meet Indian norms
August 30, 2003
However, the Central
Lab report said that 9 of the 12 brands analysed, didn't meet EU standards.
HC strips MCD of power to issue licence for mineral water
June 2, 2003
In a major judgement, the Delhi High Court has stripped Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) of its power to issue licen ...
January 5, 2004
With a leading Indian restaurant in Beijing starting to serve a range of south Indian dishes, Indians in China will have ...
Pepsi maintains its products are 'perfectly safe'
August 28, 2003
Laboratory report claiming higher pesticide content than EU norms, Pepsi said its products ...
Most soft drinks dont't meet EU norms: CFL
August 30, 2003
Lab said 9 of 12 brands analysed, didn't meet EU standards.
January 2, 2004
For many Indians who migrated this side of the border in 1947, Punjab is where home was. Many are still nostalgically at ...
British chef brings best of modern Brit cuisine to India
December 25, 2003
'Top-flight' chef Robert Rees, in India to showcase best of UK produce at British
fest, dishes out his India experi ...
Farewell, food of junk
April 30, 2005
Why spend thousands of pounds on a TV programme when you can round up every Auntyji in the British Isles for a just caus ...
US probes cloning claims
December 30, 2002
"We want to check and see first, whether the cloning did take place, and second if it violated any of our laws," the US ...
June 22, 2004
Budget 2001-02 focuses on accelerated reforms in the agricultural sector, besides targetting
economy and rural deve ...
Iraq re-building: Indian team to visit UN
April 10, 2003
A team of Indian businessmen will visit the UN headquarters in New York by Saturday to lobby for contracts in Iraq's rec ...
Manipur skeletons: Govt must speak for the dead people
200 crore in India in just 9 days
Airtel backtracks on plans to charge you extra for VoIP calls -- for now
Farah Khan to host Bigg Boss 8; Rahul Mahajan, Ajaz among 5 wild card entries
94% pickpockets nabbed in Delhi Metro are women
Black cobra's bite kills white tiger at Indore zoo, snake paralysed
Sony row: N Korea compares Obama to monkey
Ugly review: A dark, gripping movie that is a must watch
Bangalore blast: One killed, one injured at Church Street
Viral video: Gujarat cop in uniform dances with bar girl, gets suspended
Missing AirAsia flight 8501: Top 10 questions and more on what happened to the plane
26/11 plotter Lakhvi's detention order suspended by Pak court
Bangalore blast: NIA to assist probe, home ministry calls it terror attack
Google's Gmail blocked in China, Great Firewall suspected
Jaitley rejects RBI chief's criticism of 'Make in India'
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