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  • Maggi noodles ordered off India's shelves due to lead level

    At least 10 Indian states have either ordered the withdrawal of Maggi noodles from shops or ordered the testing of noodle samples, prior to taking action against the manufacturer, Nestle India Ltd...

    Maggi sales have plunged in India since laboratory tests showed the noodles contained lead and the chemical flavor enhancer monosodium glutamate, or MSG, at levels higher than the legal minimum...

  • India bans Nestle’s Maggi noodles for excessive lead

    NEW DELHI: India’s food safety regulator on Friday banned Nestle from making and selling its hugely popular Maggi instant noodles, calling them “unsafe” and “hazardous” after tests found they contained excessive lead...

    Nestle, which denies the charges and says the noodles are safe to eat, had already announced it was pulling the product from sale as it seeks to contain growing safety concerns...

  • FDA testing Nestle’s Maggi noodles after India recall

    Nestle, the world’s largest food company, is seeking to defend its reputation in India after it pulled Maggi instant noodles from stores following reports by regulators that some packets contained excess lead...

    “We have been made aware that the FDA has taken samples of Maggi noodles manufactured in India from third-party importers’ containers for testing, and we have asked the importers to advise us of the outcome of the FDA tests,”...

  • Nestle withdraws Maggi noodles in India after food scare

    MUMBAI: Food group Nestle has withdrawn Maggi noodles from sale in India due to “an environment of confusion for consumers”, following a food scare sparked by reports of excess lead in some packets of the popular instant snack...

    Nestle reiterated the noodles were safe, but after coming under fire in local media for reacting too little and too late, the group said it would recall the product regardless...

  • Nestle's Maggi noodles return to India after 'crisis'

    MUMBAI: Nestle's hugely popular Maggi noodles returned Monday to shelves in India five months after the government banned them over lead levels, in one of the biggest crises to hit the Swiss giant...

    India's food safety watchdog banned the noodles nationwide in June after test results showed packets exceeded legal limits of lead, while criticising Nestle for failing to list flavour enhancer monosodium glutamate (MSG) on labels...

  • Nestle challenges noodles ban in Indian court

    MUMBAI/ZURICH: Nestle said Thursday it is challenging a ban imposed by India on its hugely popular Maggi instant noodles brand after tests showed they contained excessive levels of lead...

    Read: Maggi noodles ordered off India's shelves due to lead levelIt said it was also challenging a separate order from the state government of Maharashtra, of which Mumbai is the capital...

  • Delhi bans instant noodles in growing lead scare

    NEW DELHI: India’s capital banned the sale of Nestle instant noodles on Wednesday after safety inspectors found high lead levels in packets of the product in two states in a growing food safety scare...

    “We have banned the sale of Maggi noodles for 15 days...

  • Local Maggi sales unaffected by Indian food scare

    KARACHI: Retailers have said that so far sales of Maggi noodles have been stable as consumers have not reacted to reports of lead contamination in Indian manufactured noodles being sold across the border...

    In India, a ban was imposed on the sales of Nestlé Maggi Noodles on June 5, 2015 after high levels of lead were found in the product packets...

  • Lifting of ban on Nestle’s Maggi challenged

    NEW DELHI: India’s food safety authority has appealed in the country’s top court a regional court’s order in favour of the Indian unit of Nestle SA in its battle to overturn a nationwide ban of its Maggi instant noodles, local media reported on Monday...

    Nestle India resumed selling its popular Maggi noodles this month after getting the green light from government laboratories, as mandated by the Bombay High Court in August...

  • Seraiki poet Nazeer Faiz Maggi passes away

    MULTAN: Renowned Seraiki poet, Nazeer Faiz Maggi, who gained unparalleled popularity among the masses for writing poems for rights of Seraiki region and taking on the forces he thought had usurped his land whether these were of the state, the army or society, died at Nishtar Hospital here on Saturday...

    Maggi was born at Kotla Sher Muhammad of tehsil Rajanpur on Aug 14, 1947...

  • Army chief hails ties with China’s People’s Liberation Army

    ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Monday felicitated China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on its 90th founding day and expressed the hope that professional collaboration between the PLA and Pakistan Army would continue to expand to bring peace to the region in general and China and Pakistan in particular...

    “On this historic occasion, I convey deepest compliments from all ranks of Pakistan Army to all ranks...

  • Army chief condemns Taliban attack on Afghan army base

    Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday strongly condemned the attack on a Afghan army base in Mazar-i-Sharif, said a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR)...

    The army chief "grieved on the loss of innocent lives and expresses solidarity with Afghan security forces and brotherly resilient Afghan nation", added the statement...

  • Brazil army chief hails Pak army's achievements in meeting with Gen Raheel

    BRASILIA: Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) Gen Raheel Sharif on Monday met Chief of the Joint Staff of the Armed Forces of Brazil Gen José Carlos de Nardi, who hailed the Pakistan Army's professionalism and operational achievements especially in ongoing counter-terrorism operations...

    According to a series of tweets posted by Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Lt-Gen Asim Bajwa, Gen Raheel was presented a guard of...

  • Large-scale army exercises conclude, army chief expresses satisfaction

    BAHAWALPUR: Pakistan Army has concluded large-scale exercises in the Cholistan desert, with Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif attending the concluding phase of the maneuvers...

    Large scale defensive and offensive maneuvers were practiced by the participating troops"We have to remain ready for full spectrum of threats," said the army chief on the occasion, while commending the morale and battle readiness of the troops...

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