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June 02, 2018, Saturday | Companies
Infosys has pledged to make its campuses non-recyclable plastics-free by 2020
May 08, 2018, Tuesday | Current Affairs
This comes days after another contractor was slapped with a fine of Rs one lakh by the Railways after a video surfaced suggesting that water from a train toilet was being used to prepare tea and coffe
March 15, 2018, Thursday | Current Affairs
Plastic was identified in 93 per cent of the samples. Particle concentration ranged from zero to more than 10,000 in a single bottle
March 13, 2018, Tuesday | Current Affairs
Junior consumer affairs minister reveals 224 of 743 bottles tested by FSSAI contained impurities; action against 131 manufacturers taken
December 13, 2017, Wednesday | Current Affairs
The court rejected the government's argument that overcharging for pre-packed or packaged products was an offence under the Legal Metrology Act
July 21, 2017, Friday | Current Affairs
Contaminated, recycled food, expired items, unauthorised brands were offered for sale on stations
April 14, 2017, Friday | Current Affairs
Paswan said BCCI will ensure that bottled water is sold at same MRP in stadiums
June 01, 2016, Wednesday | Opinion
With reference to the editorial, "Dangerous bottled water" (June 1), the affinity to bottled water is fading, as environmental and health concerns about it are taking centre stage. Besides, using 1.6 litres of water to package one litre of water ...
April 07, 2015, Tuesday | Current Affairs
Consumption of junk food and other chemically-laced food adds to the problem, says CSE dy director general Chandra Bhushan
September 27, 2014, Saturday | Beyond Business
If you live in Delhi, there is a one-in-three chance that the packaged water you buy could be spurious
April 27, 2014, Sunday | Beyond Business
A design student in UK has developed an edible 'bottle' of water that could rid the world of excess plastic waste
January 02, 2013, Wednesday | PTI Stories
Bottled water is much more likely to be contaminated or become a source of infection than tap water, experts warn.
January 17, 2012, Tuesday | Companies
The Mumbai-based Naveen Luthra promoted Luthra Water Systems Ltd is investing Rs 30-35 crore in a state-of-the-art, space age plant primarily targeted for the European Market.
November 23, 2011, Wednesday | Companies
Bottled water major Bisleri International is planning to set up its own exclusive retail outlets -- 'Bisleri Shopees' -- in India as it looks to counter shopkeepers pushing rival brands.
June 08, 2011, Wednesday | Companies
Bottled water major Bisleri International today said it is looking at entering West Asian countries as part of its strategy to expand its overseas presence.
April 18, 2010, Sunday | Companies
Bottled water major Bisleri International plans to launch fruit-flavoured water before the start of the festive season this year, a top company official said.
September 09, 2009, Wednesday | Companies
After test marketing in Mumbai, Pepsi is now looking to launch the small-sized bottled water in other cities too.
June 26, 2009, Friday | Economy & Policy
Villages in Andhra Pradesh will be supplied bottled 'mineral water' rather than piped water from the coming Independence Day.
November 21, 2008, Friday | Companies
The Delhi High Court today directed Pepsico India, to remove the picture of a "snow capped mountain" from its packaged water product Acquafina.