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and the poor.along with my van driver, adding that the issues that have been raised are already pending in Bombay High Court.While Nestlé officials maintained that the company had not received any official notice about the complaint filed before the NCDRC the company said “Based on newspaper reports it appears that the complaint makes similar allegations which were made to ban the product on 5th June 2015” Share This Article Related Article On Tuesday the Department of Consumer Affairs filed its complaint with NCDRC A press statement issued by the department Wednesday said “The department has filed this class action suit on behalf of the large number of consumers of Maggi in the country against Nestlé India on grounds of unfair trade practices sale of defective goods and sale of goods to the public by selling Maggi Oats Noodles without product approval” In its complaint it has sought Rs 28455 crore in basic liability and Rs 35540 crore in punitive damages The total claim amounts to Rs 63995 crore A government source said that the company was accused of causing damage to Indian consumers by allegedly indulging in unfair trade practices and false labelling related to the Maggi noodles product Nestlé however in its statement maintained that it follows highest standards of food quality and safety It also said “In recent months we had over 2700 samples of Maggi noodles tested by several accredited laboratories both in India and abroad Each one of these tests have shown lead to be far below the permissible limits as was the case with the five samples tested by the Government Accredited Referral Food Laboratory Central Food Technological Research Institute Mysuru on samples sent by FDA Goa” said the company While Nestlé had to withdraw its instant noodles brand Maggi from the market over allegations of high lead content and presence of monosodium glutamate (MSG) after the government has alleged that the company misled consumers Nestlé said that it does not use MSG to manufacture Maggi noodles “MSG is one of several forms of glutamic acid found in natural foods such as groundnuts/peanuts wheat flour tomatoes and cheese As we use some of these ingredients in Maggi noodles the product will contain natural glutamic acid” the company said Govt Claim may exceed Rs 640cr New Delhi: A PTI report Wednesday said that the government’s claim from Nestlé may exceed Rs 640 crore as it is tabulating further damages to be sought The Consumer Affairs Ministry has said that the ministry is in the process of “tabulating further damages” and may seek more when further facts and data emerge ENS For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: August 7 2015 6:38 am Richard Verma at the Express Adda (Express Photo by: Ravi Kanojia) Related News At a time when protests have paralysed Parliament and there is deep concern over the pace of economic reforms US Ambassador Richard Verma has described the progress made in the last one year as a “relatively positive story” He believes that those pushing for economic reforms have to convey a sense that “pro-reform can be good for ordinary people too” For someone who has spent time in DC the “gridlock” in the capital can be “difficult” but there’s a positive takeaway for India since “a lot of activity” has moved to its states which are competing to invite foreign investment Speaking at the Express Adda in New Delhi Wednesday evening — the session was moderated by The Indian Express National Editor (Strategic and International Affairs) Praveen Swami — Verma said “I come from a capital which is also known for some degree of gridlock and having lived in Washington for two decades… I know how difficult this can be” Share This Article Related Article “I would also state to you though that you look at any kind of 12-month period of any foreign capital — London Washington Paris — and look at the degree of progress that has been made (here) I think it’s a relatively positive story about where we have come” He said the United States and economic reform votaries have to convey that “pro-reform can be good for ordinary people too… these are not inconsistent principles… you can open up the economy you can open up sectors and still have the fidelity with the people that need those kind of opportunities and that has been proven… in emerging economies across the world So we have to do a better job as to why the reform story actually helps lift people from the bottom of the pyramid” “The other phenomenon we are seeing is that as you get gridlocked in the nation’s capital whether it’s Washington or New Delhi we see a lot of activity moving to the states We have seen the states actually make a very aggressive push for foreign investment we have seen them set up creative opportunities like the regulatory clearance window” He cited the example of Google’s move to open its second largest technology and research park in southern India “They did that largely by working with the state government so this race to the top among states is a very positive thing” On his comments on the government crackdown on NGOs which included Ford Foundation the Ambassador said “When I made my comments it was because both our countries have such a vibrant tradition of civil society and there are two million NGOs in India — far more than US… there is this robust society” “I also said that NGOs be legally compliant regulatory compliant” he said adding that the founder of “(anti) child trafficking NGO is a Nobel Prize winner… So you think about the work NGOs are doing on health education literacy environment… let’s make sure they all feel welcome” Asked if the Indian government was listening to US concerns he said “We have had a very very constructive dialogue on this… am hoping that we continue to have that dialogue” “Ultimately these are questions for the people of this country to resolve We can have a view but the space given to the civil society is a question for the people of India to resolve I just think there is a rich tradition of civil society here and am confident that this will be resolved positively” When Madhu Kishtwar an activist and senior fellow at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) raised the issue that the Ambassador’s comments were “undiplomatic” Verma said he respected her views and was “confident” that they could work through this issue with the Indian government On US assistance to Pakistan he said “Our policy in Pakistan is designed to try to see some degree of stability some degree of peace for people and to ensure that this insurgency that threatens the people of Pakistan can no longer threaten people So tools are required… give Pakistan the tools to combat insurgency I understand the tension but I think it’s in no one’s interest for chaos to reign or the insurgency to spin out of control and to try to get it in” He said people can “disagree” with US assistance to Pakistan but there is a “deadly and dangerous insurgency” and it’s a “very challenging” situation “I look back at the assistance levels… vast amount of assistance is in the civilian side — health infrastructure education — to bolster the civilian elements of the society” He said when US President Barack Obama met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in January this year there was “clarity” on the commitment to stand up to terrorism “wherever it occurs whenever it occurs” “It is a cornerstone of our relationship our strategic cooperation… fighting terrorism countering violent extremism is a big component of our cooperation… that means sharing intelligence operating together advance defence sales co-production and co-development to protect the values that we hold” Verma said Quoting the US President he said “Safe havens wherever they maybe including Pakistan have to be shut down The perpetrators of terrorism have to be brought to justice that includes the Mumbai terror attacks Our commitment to this has been quite strong we will continue to do that” On the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal he said a “lot happens each day probably not headline worthy” “The contact group that was formed and solved the liability issue is very much alive We have to make sure the insurance pool is up and running make sure the commitment to ratify the convention on liability goes through… and operates consistently with international practice and take government-to-government commitments and make sure they are reflected in commercial contracts” “This is a multi month and year process it’s not going to happen quickly but we continue to move towards this goal” Born to Indian-Americans Verma regaled the audience with an anecdote from his life: “One of the things about my dad is that wherever we are in the world whenever we meet another Indian — whether it is a shopkeeper doctor restaurant owner it doesn’t matter — my dad will have a conversation with them that inevitably winds its way back around to a conversation about where the person is from And when I was growing up no matter what the answer to that question was my dad would turn to me and say ‘You see son we are from the same place’ It was always this same sort of thing we are from the same place or the same village or the same school Happened my whole life” “In the fall of 2009 I was an Assistant Secretary at the State Department It was President Obama’s first term and I was invited to the arrival ceremony at the White House for Prime Minister (Manmohan) Singh As you can imagine this was pretty exciting so I told my dad about it And he says ‘You know son we and the Prime Minister we are from the same place’ And my dad says ‘You should be sure to tell him that’” “I said ‘Dad there are 1 billion Indian people it is mathematically impossible that all of you can be from the same place’ He says ‘Well I’m telling you you should tell the PM we are from the same place’ Thanks dad but I’m not doing that” “So the day of the event comes and I am standing in the receiving line When my turn comes President Obama says to the Prime Minister ‘This is Rich He works at the State Department’ The Prime Minister looks at me and says ‘Oh your family is Indian’ I tell him ‘yes’ the President nodding approvingly ‘Where is your father from’ I tell him my dad is from Jalandhar The Prime Minister then turns to President Obama and says ‘Oh his father and I we are from the same place’ So the first lesson today is no matter where or when no matter your position in life always listen to your parents” he said The Ambassador also took note of suggestions from the guests When Jurist Fali S Nariman suggested exchange programmes between judges and legal brains of the two countries Verma said he keeps hearing from American lawyers that they would like to practice in India” Artist Jatin Das suggested a more robust programme between artists while former health secretary Shailaja Chandra pushed for a dialogue on health issues For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: October 24 2017 3:34 pm Stranger Things season 2 will start streaming from October 27 Top News Stranger Things season 2 is coming The idea of a bunch of kids teaming up to fight against an otherworldly monster never really gets old Only few days are left when everybody’s favourite Netflix horror show’s second season will start streaming on the digital entertainment platform but the team behind it is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to its promotions This is remarkable as the first season received little marketing and got mainstream recognition only after strong word-of-mouth publicity This time though Netflix is not taking chances They have teased the show by releasing a short clip where Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard) is seemingly having a reunion with his mysterious friend Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) In the clip released by Netflix UK & Ireland on YouTube Mike is being interrogated by the authorities regarding Eleven Mike though the trusty friend that he is says he does not know and even if he knew he would not tell them Mike then probably sees Eleven peering through a window We barely see a glimpse of half of Eleven’s face before one of the interrogator’s eyes follows Mike’s gaze and probably does not get to see Eleven judging by his face So did she hide in time Or was she simply imagined by Mike who must surely be missing his friend He certainly seems to be pensive and teary-eyed so it is as good a guess as any Whatever the answer we are going to get them in three days Stranger Things season 2 starts streaming on Netflix on October 27 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: June 24 2016 7:21 pm A Tolubommalata shadow puppet made by the Shinde Anjaneyulu family who will be performing at the inauguration of the conference on Monday June 27th Top News The 19th International Oral History Association Conference will be held in India for the first time co-hosted by the International Oral History Association (IOHA) and Oral History Association of India at the Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology Bengaluru This is also the first time that this conference will be held in Asia The International Oral History Association was constituted at Gteborg in 1996 as a professional bilingual (English and Spanish) collective with the aim of documenting human experience through oral history and providing a forum for oral historians around the world The Oral History Association of India is a smaller body of professional oral historians founded in 2013 in Bengaluru The field of oral history is relatively new in India but has gained recognition in North America UK Australia South Africa Latin America and parts of Europe The practice of oral history places an emphasis on the voices of individuals and their lived experiences In India a multitude of oral traditions shape the culture of orality story-telling and memory folk and performing arts Oral history or the recorded interview which focuses on life stories and people’s experiences takes on many narrative forms throwing up new questions that could redefine the field itself Although there are a number of Indian scholars who have contributed to the field and whose works are widely respected across the world no Indian university currently has an oral history department This conference is therefore especially significant The conference which will have research presented in both English and Spanish will provide young professionals an opportunity to enhance their skills receive training and gain exposure to the work of an international community of oral historians through masterclasses talks panel discussions and public events More than 150 oral history practitioners from across the world will be taking part in the conference including academics community workers archivists filmmakers and students In addition to participants from India and neighbouring countries conference participants will be arriving to Bengaluru from countries as diverse as East Timor Nigeria and Iceland USA UK Spain Czech Republic Germany China are well represented as are several Latin American countries such as Argentina and Brazil Panelists at public sessions include well-established and reputed academics from the United States the United Kingdom Germany Spain and India Speakers include Urvashi Butalia co-founder and CEO of Zubaan; Robert Perks Lead Curator of Oral History Director of National Life Stories at the British Library;; oral historian Sean Field; former IOHA president Miroslav Vanek; Historian Emeritus of the United States Senate Donald A Ritchie Gabriel Medrano de Luna professor of social sciences at the University of Guanajato; Michael Frisch oral/public historian; and Indira Chowdhury Director of the Centre for Public History at the Srishti Institute of Art Design and Technology The conference keynote will be presented by Meghna Guhathakurta the executive director of Research Initiatives Bangladesh (RIB) on June 27 2016 She will speak on “The persistence of memories and the radicalization of action: oral history in transformation in Bangladesh” Her speech will be followed by a shadow puppet performance: “Stories in the Shadows: A Tolu Bommalata Performance” by the Shinde Anjaneyulu family (India) curated by the Antara Arts Collective (India) Members of the press are invited to attend the inauguration ceremony of the conference on June 27 2016 beginning at 5:00 pm at Chowdiah Memorial Hall Public Events during the conference: Tuesday June 28 2016 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Choksi Hall Indian Institute of Science Panel Discussion: “What happens when oral history goes public: oral history archives online” Speakers: Urvashi Butalia (India) Tamara Kennelly (USA) Anjali Monteiro & KP Jayasankar (India) Robert Perks (UK) and Venkat Srinivasan (India/USA) Chaired by Robert Perks (UK) Wednesday June 29 2016 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm National Centre for Biological Sciences Panel Discussion: “Shifting Perspectives: Oral History and the Memory of Disaster” Speakers: Rama Lakshmi (India) Mark Cave (USA) Thomas Doig (Australia) and Mary Marshall Clarke (on Skype) Chair: Don Ritchie (USA) Thursday June 30 2016 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm National Gallery of Modern Art Bangalore Panel Discussion: “Postcolonial Oral Histories” Speakers: Sean Field (South Africa) Heather Goodall (Australia) and Pramod Srivastava (India) Chair: Paige Raibmon (Canada) Book release Concert and Conversation: “Says Kabir Listen Seekers” by Shabnam Virmani (India) of the Kabir Project Friday July 1 2016 9:30 am – 1:00 pm Canadian International School Film screening: “The Walnut Tree” by Ammar Aziz (Pakistan) Closing Plenary: “The Dialogue between Oral History and History: Convergences and Divergences” Speakers: Shahid Amin (India) Martha Norkunas (USA) Alessandro Portelli (Italy via Skype) and Yogesh Raj (Nepal) Gabriel Medrano de Luna (Mexico) Chair: Pilar Dominguez (Spain) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News “We are disappointed with the unprecedented step of filing of a complaint before the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) against Nestlé India, is not the government’s preferred choice, a resident of Alaula village in East Champaran who was arrested on October 30 last year. 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