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Brands boost sales with SARS Cov2 virus-killing fabrics; ASCI warns against advertising without proof

NEW DELHI: The race to create Covid2019-protective products is on. Indian fashion retail brands such as Donear, Arvind, and Siyarams have launched anti- Covid2019 fabric products in the market, claiming that it kills the deadly virus when comes in contact with the product.

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ASCI looks into 533 objectionable ads in March-April

MUMBAI: During the months of March and April 2020, ASCI investigated complaints against 533 advertisements, of which 115 advertisements were promptly withdrawn by the advertisers on receipt of communication from ASCI. The Consumer Complaints Council (CCC) evaluated the remaining 418 advertisements...

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171 misleading ads withdrawn at the behest of ASCI

MUMBAI: In the month of February the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) investigated complaints against 279 advertisements, of which 101 advertisements were promptly withdrawn by the advertisers on receipt of communication from ASCI. The independent Consumer Complaints Council (CCC) of...

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ASCI calls Kissan Ketchup, Oxylife ads misleading

MUMBAI: The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) has called out popular brands like Kissan Ketchup (HUL), Bajaj Pulsar (Bajaj Auto Ltd) and Oxylife (Dabur) for misleading advertising.

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ASCI welcomes health ministry's move to update healthcare ad regulations

MUMBAI: Quacks, fake doctors and illegal mobile dispensaries had better watch out. The Indian ministry of health & family welfare (MHFW) is taking steps to take you out of business.

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