• India breaks the jinx, beats SA for the first time in World Cup

    JPNN/Melbourne / Feb 22, 2015/India defeated South Africa by 130 runs in their second pool B match at Melbourne, Australia. SA scored 177 in 40.2 overs while chasing India's 307.SA were bowled out for 177 with 9.4 overs unused as Faf du Plessis's departur...
  • PDP-BJP alliance govt to be sworn in within a week

    JPNN/New Delhi/ Feb 21, 2015/ Decks have been cleared for a PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir possibly within a week with both sides agreeing on a Common Minimum Programme (CMP) which ...
  • Omar accuses Mufti Sayeed of being 'Sell-Out' to BJP

    JPNN/Srinagar / Feb 20, 2015/ Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah today hit out at PDP patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed for being a "sell-out" to BJP."Dear Mufti Sahib, please don't say you won't 'sell out' because you've already done that b...
  • Vohra directs medical authorities to contain spread of H1N1 flu

    Jehlum Post News/Jammu/Feb 19, 2015/In view of some suspected cases of H1N1 Influenza having been reported from some areas of the State, the Governor, Mr. N.N. Vohra, convened a meeting Thursday at the Raj Bhavan to review the to-date status of H1N1 flu i...
  • Obama: No religion Propagates Terrorism

    Jehlum Post News Network/Washington/ February 19, 2015/President Barack Obama has said the United States and its allies are not at war with Islam but with people who have perverted the religion, asserting that groups like ISIL and al-Qaeda are desperate f...
  • Pak PM: Ending terrorism necessitates unity

    Jehlum Post News Network/Queta/ Feb 19, 2015/ Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Thursday if the nation stands united against fighting terrorism, nothing can stop it from eliminating the scourge from the country, Express News reported. Addressing the pas...
  • Musharraf: Democracy flourished in Pakistan during my regime

    Jehlum Post News Network/Islamabad/ Feb 19, 2015/Former president general (retd) Pervez Musharraf blatantly stated that he was the man who brought real democracy to Pakistan. “People assume that just because there are elections, there is a democratic se...
  • SKIMS reports 13 new cases of swine flu

    Jehlum Post News/Srinagar/ Feb 19, 2015/ With 13 new patients tested positive of swine flu, the toll of people infected with the deadly H1N1 virus has reached to 84, while two patients have already died. Medical Superintendent of Sher-e-Kashmir Institute ...
  • India clears $8billion plan to build warships

    JPNN/New Delhi/ Feb 19, 2015/ India has cleared an $8billion plan to build seven warships as part of a twin push to ramp up local production and counter an increasing assertive China, a defence ministry official said on Thursday. The move is seen as a way...
  • White House denies US scheduled to meet with Taliban on peace deal

    JPNN/Islamabad/Kabul / Feb 19, 2015/ The White House denied reports from senior Pakistan Army officials that US officials planned to meet with the Taliban on Thursday, a spokesperson said. “The United States currently has no meetings with the Taliban sc...
  • PM launches soil health card scheme targeting 14cr farmers

    JPNN/Suratgarh/ Raj/ Feb 19, 2015/ Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday launched a Soil Health Card scheme, under which the Centre plans to target over 14 crore farmers in the next three years to check the excess ...
  • India successfully tests nuclear capable Prithvi- II Missile

    JPNN/Balasore/Odisha/ Feb 19, 2015/India Thursday successfully test-fired its indigenously developed nuclear capable Prithvi-II surface-to-surface missile with a strike range of 350 km as part of a user trial by the army from a test range at Chandipur in ...
  • Jaitley: Govt being criticised for being too fast

    JPNN/New Delhi/ Feb 19, 2015/ Virtually rebutting criticism by leading banker Deepak Parekh, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Thursday said the government is being criticised for rather being "too fast". While Jaitley ...
  • Geelani flays aide’s continued detention

    Jehlum Post News/Srinagar/ Feb 19, 2015/ While terming the prolonging of the detention of Hurriyat (G) spokesman Ayaz Akbar in police station Parimpora as ‘unjustified and illegal’, chairman Hurriyat (G) Syed Ali Geelani Thursday condemned it in stron...
  • Richard Varma: India now among US' most important strategic partners

     JPNN/Bengaluru / Feb 18, 2015/US Ambassador to India Richard Verma today said the strategic relationship of the US with India is "one of our most important" and events like 'Aero India' "allow us to demonstrate our commitment to" the partnership.Inaugur...
  • PM Modi: Govt will not allow any religious group to incite hatred

    Jehlum Post News Network/New Delhi/ Feb 17, 2015/Breaking his silence on the recent church attacks, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said his government will not allow any religious group to incite hatred and will strongly act against any religious viol...
  • India, Sri Lanka ink civil nuclear pact, agree to expand defence ties

    JPNN/New Delhi/Feb 16, 2015/Taking the ties to a new level, India and Sri Lanka today inked a civil nuclear pact besides deciding to expand defence and security cooperation.This was announced after the talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Sri La...
  • Governor N. N. Vohra reviews J&K’s financial position

    Centre releases 196 Crore/Jehlum Post News/Jammu/Feb 16, 2015/ Sh. N. N. Vohra, Governor, today reviewed the obtaining financial situation in the State in a meeting with the Principal Secretary, Finance, Sh. B. B. Vyas. In pursuance of the Governor’s me...
  • India beats Pakistan by 76 runs

    JPNN/Adelaide/ Feb15, 2015 /Virat Kohli scored an imperious century as India opened their World Cup defence in convincing fashion with a 76-run victory over Pakistan in a frenzied atmosphere at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday. The much-anticipated Pool B grud...
  • US lawmakers condemn brutal police assault on Indian

    JPNN/Lalit K Jha /Washington / Feb 14, 2015/The brutal police assault on a 57-year-old Indian man in Alabama that left him partially paralysed, has been described as "horrible and tragic" by influential US lawmakers who said there are reasons to be concer...



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    The controversy around Nestle's Maggi noodles has caused panic throughout the nation and it doesn't look like it will die down any time soon.

    After the initial test results by Uttar Pradesh Department of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) showed harmful levels of monosodium glutamate (MSG) and lead in Maggi, various states across India and even Bangladesh conducted tests on Maggi to find out whether the food product is safe or not.

    The controversy around Maggi has led to tests being conducted across the country.

    The entire controversy began when the UP FDA last month asked Nestle India to withdraw a batch of Maggi noodles "which were manufactured in February 2014" after it found high levels of added MSG, a taste enhancer, in the noodles and lead beyond permissible limits.


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