The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has notified setting up of its regional offices in Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai.
The regional offices will help the regulator in creating more awareness about competition law as well as provide easier access to people.
The watchdog keeps a tab on unfair business practices across sectors in the market place as well as takes various initiatives to promote competition.
The Southern Regional Office is in Chennai while the Eastern and Western Regional Offices are in Kolkata and Mumbai, respectively. These offices were inaugurated earlier.
In terms of territorial jurisdiction, seven states and Union Territories (UTs), including Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, will be under the Southern Regional Office, according to a notification dated May 16.
As many as 14 states and UTs, including West Bengal and Odisha, will be under the Eastern Regional Office. A total of 4 states and UTs, including Maharashtra and Gujarat, will be under the jurisdiction of the Western Regional Office.
Chennai metro passengers can buy tickets on WhatsApp: Here's how to book
Developers pan Google's 'delay tactics' even as it begins heeding CCI order
Like Google, Apple may now be asked by CCI to change app store policy
NCLAT upholds Competition Commission's Rs 1,337 crore penalty on Google
Penalty for littering garbage on roads in Kolkata hiked 100 times
Sebi issues Rs 5.35 cr notice to fugitive businessman Mehul Choksi
20 electric buses with upgraded features inducted into Goa's transport body
Mandaviya calls for AYUSH integration into mainstream public healthcare
Maha ministers rejoice bullock-cart races verdict, call it farmers victory
Odisha CM seeks PM's help for early construction of international airport
CCI's head office is in the national capital.
(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)