• 3 suspects including Tharoor's friend to undergo ‘Polygraph Test’

    JPNN/New Delhi /May 20, 2015/A city court today allowed the Delhi Police to conduct lie-detector test on three "suspects" in the Sunanda Pushkar murder case.The court's order came after the three suspects Shashi Tharoor's domestic help Narain Singh, drive...
  • PM Modi returns after 3 Nation Tour

    JPNN/New Delhi / May 19, 2015/Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned home late tonight after wrapping up his six-day tour that took him to China, Mongolia and South Korea where he held bilateral talks and signed several pacts to bolster India's relations w...
  • US drone strike kills 6 militants in Pakistan

    JPNN/Sajjad Hussain/Islamabad / May 17, 2015/At least six 'militants', including foreigners, were killed in a US drone strike in Pakistan's remote northwestern tribal region near the Afghan border, a security official said today. ...
  • Senior IS leader Abu Sayyaf killed in Syria in US operation

    JPNN/Lalit K Jha/Washington / May 16, 2015/American commandos have killed senior IS leader Abu Sayyaf in a covert operation in war-torn Syria, the US government said today.Sayyaf was killed ...
  • India, China sign a record 24 agreements in key sectors

    JPNN/V Mohan Narayan/Beijing / May 15, 2015/ India and China today signed a record 24 agreements in key sectors, including in railways and education, on day two of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first visit to the communist neighbour. Protocol for setting...
  • US: Pak intelligence had no role in tracing Osama

    Jehlum Post News Network/Lalit K Jha/ Washington / May 14,2015/The US today dismissed as untrue reports that a former Pakistani intelligence officer provided information about the hideout of Osama bin Laden to the CIA, saying an unilateral American operat...
  • Deadly terror strike in Karachi, 45 killed ISIS claims responsibility

    JPNN/Karachi/May13,2015/Kalashnikov-wielding IS militants donning police uniforms today gunned down 45 Shia Ismaili Muslims, shooting them in the head as they attacked their bus in Pakistan's volatile Karachi city as the dreaded terror outfit claimed carr...
  • Pentagon: China's military budget over 3 times that of India

    JPNN/Lalit K Jha /Washington / May 10, 2015/China has significantly increased its defence budget which is now more than three times that of India, the Pentagon has said.China's official defence budget last year was USD 136.3 billion while that of India wa...
  • Manmohan Singh: RBI's autonomy should be kept intact

    JPNN/New Delhi / May 09, 2015/The RBI and the Finance Ministry need to work in harmony, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said today, even as he stressed on the need to keep the central bank's autonomy intact.The comments from Singh, who has served as ...
  • Pak Taliban claims responsibility for crash that killed Norway, Philippines ambassadors

    JPNN/Sajjad Hussain /Islamabad /May 08, 2015/A Pakistani military helicopter carrying 11 foreigners today crashed in the PaK, killing ambassadors of the Philippines and Norway and at least five others as the Taliban claimed responsibility for the downing ...
  • Obama : Ready to work with new Israeli government

    JPNN/Washington / May 07, 2015/US President Barack Obama today indicated he is ready to work with Benjamin Netanyahu's new hardline Israeli government, hailing a "deep and abiding partnership" between the two nations despite recent umult."President Obama ...
  • Opposition parties: India's image tarnished by govt on Dawood Issue

    JPNN/New Delhi / May 06, 2015/Opposition parties led by the Congress today charged the Modi government with tarnishing India's image by saying that the location of Dawood Ibrahim was not known, even as the government dubbed him a "terrorist" and said he w...
  • Husband of Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg died on treadmill

    JPNN/Mexico/May 05, 2015/US tech executive David Goldberg, the husband of Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, apparently died after falling on a treadmill and striking his head at an upscale resort in Mexico, authorities said.Goldberg, 47, was the chief executive...
  • Mustafa Kamal accuses Centre of hatching conspiracy against NC

    JPNN/Jammu /May 04, 2015/Accusing the Centre of hatching a conspiracy against the party, opposition National Conference (NC) today said the BJP-PDP coalition in Jammu and Kashmir was fraught with dangerous consequences."The BJP and PDP ...
  • John Kerry meets Sri Lanka's top Tamil leaders

    JPNN/Colombo / May 03, 2015/US Secretary of State John Kerry today met Sri Lanka's top Tamil leaders who briefed him on their assessment of reconciliation efforts by the new government and the road ahead.Kerry, the first US secretary of state to visit Sri...
  • Dy CM Nirmal Singh rubbishes Geelani's demand, says Separatists irrelevant

    JPNN/Jammu / May 02, 2015/Slamming Hurriyat leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani's demand for restricting Amarnath Yatra to 30 days, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh today said separatists had become "irrelevant" in the state...
  • Prosecutor charges 6 Baltimore officers in Gray's death

    JPNN/Baltimore/ May 01, 2015/Baltimore's top prosecutor announced criminal charges today against all six officers suspended after a black man suffered a fatal spinal injury in police custody, saying "no one is above the law." The mayor later said at least...
  • PM Modi speaks to PM Nawaz

    JPNN/New Delhi/April 30, 2015/The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, Thursday spoke to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shri Nawaz Sharif, who had called to express condolences at the loss of lives in various parts of India due to the recent ...
  • Rajnath Singh: India will neither provoke border firing nor back off

    JPNN/New Delhi/ April 30, 2015/Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh has said that India will never provoke conflict by being the first to open fire across the borders but will never back off. Inaugurating the Border Security Force Golden Jubilee ...
  • Jitendra Singh: Provision to shield honest bureaucrats

    JPNN/New Delhi/April 30, 2015/After the suspension of few officers in various states and subsequently as a follow up to the demands of various quarters including the services associations of the three All India Services to protect honest and upright ...



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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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