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Noida district admin bans fourteen products of Patanjali, Divya Pharmacy

The sale of 14 Ayurvedic medicines manufactured by Divya Pharmacy and Patanjali Ayurveda Limited has been banned by the Gautam Buddh Nagar administration. The Supreme Court on July 9 directed Patanjali Ayurved Ltd, founded by yoga guru Ramdev, to file an affidavit stating whether advertisements of its 14 products, whose manufacturing licences were initially suspended but later restored, have been withdrawn. The Uttarakhand State Licensing Authority had on April 15 issued an order suspending the manufacturing licences of 14 products of Patanjali Ayurved Ltd and Divya Pharmacy. The Regional Ayurvedic and Unani Officer of Gautam Buddh Nagar issued the directive banning the 14 products on Friday, officials said. This action follows orders from the State Drug Licensing Authority, Ayurvedic and Unani Services, Uttarakhand, they said. According to information shared by the district information office, all medical practitioners and medical stores operating in the district have been inform

Noida district admin bans fourteen products of Patanjali, Divya Pharmacy
Updated On : 12 Jul 2024 | 8:29 PM IST

Bombay HC asks Patanjali to deposit Rs 50L for breach of its interim order

The Bombay High Court has directed Patanjali Ayurved to deposit Rs 50 lakh for alleged breach of the HC's interim order restraining it from selling its camphor products, in relation to a trademark infringement case filed by another company. Following trademark infringement allegations by Mangalam Organics Ltd, the HC in an interim order in August 2023 restrained Patanjali Ayurved Ltd from selling its camphor products. A single bench of Justice R I Chagla on July 8 noted that Patanjali, in an affidavit submitted in June, admitted breach of the earlier order granting injunction against sale of the impugned camphor products. "Such persistent breach of the injunction order dated 30th August 2023 by defendant no. 1 (Patanjali) cannot be tolerated by this court," Justice Chagla said in the order, a copy of which was made available on Wednesday. The bench said it would be appropriate to direct Patanjali to deposit a sum of Rs 50 lakh prior to passing of an order for contempt/breach of the

Bombay HC asks Patanjali to deposit Rs 50L for breach of its interim order
Updated On : 10 Jul 2024 | 12:42 PM IST

Supreme Court asks IMA to ensure Patanjali removes misleading ads

Patanjali tells Supreme Court it has stopped selling 14 products whose manufacturing licences were suspended in Uttarakhand

Supreme Court asks IMA to ensure Patanjali removes misleading ads
Updated On : 09 Jul 2024 | 4:18 PM IST

Patanjali Foods to acquire Patanjali Ayurved's non-food biz for Rs 1,100 cr

The company has also entered a licensing agreement with Patanjali Ayurved for a 3 per cent turnover-based fee

Patanjali Foods to acquire Patanjali Ayurved's non-food biz for Rs 1,100 cr
Updated On : 01 Jul 2024 | 9:51 PM IST

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On the weekly chart, Mahindra Logistics stock prices have confirmed a bullish reversal pattern breakout known as the Cup and Handle

Top stock picks for July 01 by Angel One; check key levels here
Updated On : 01 Jul 2024 | 6:34 AM IST

Failed quality test: Patanjali Foods to appeal court order jailing three

A case in this regard was registered in 2021 after reports found the samples did not meet the food safety standards

Failed quality test: Patanjali Foods to appeal court order jailing three
Updated On : 20 May 2024 | 10:13 PM IST

Govt puts interim stay on order suspending making of 14 Patanjali drugs

An interim stay was put on Friday on the implementation of an order suspending manufacturing licences of more than a dozen medicines of Patanjali Ayurved Ltd and Divya Pharmacy. The interim stay is being imposed with immediate effect on the basis of a preliminary inquiry report of a high level committee, Pankaj Kumar Pandey, Secretary Ayush, Uttarakhand government said in an order. "The order of the suspension is illegal and should not have been passed by the licensing authority in the manner it has been passed," the committee looking into the matter said in its report. The firms had challenged the last month's suspension order of the Uttarakhand state licensing authority. "Since the licence has been cancelled without following the procedure established by law, the committee is submitting its report to the government of Uttarakhand for appropriate decision," it said. The State Licensing Authority, Ayurvedic and Unani Services had suspended the manufacturing licence of 14 Patanjali

Govt puts interim stay on order suspending making of 14 Patanjali drugs
Updated On : 17 May 2024 | 8:51 PM IST

Patanjali Foods Q4 results: PAT falls 22% to Rs 206 cr on higher expenses

The Ruchi Gold oil maker's profit fell to Rs 206 crore (around $25 million) for the quarter ended March 31, from Rs 264 crore a year earlier

Patanjali Foods Q4 results: PAT falls 22% to Rs 206 cr on higher expenses
Updated On : 15 May 2024 | 12:01 AM IST

Supreme Court reserves verdict in Patanjali misleading advertisements case

The court is hearing a petition filed by the Indian Medical Association (IMA) against Patanjali's advertisements attacking allopathy and making claims about curing certain diseases

Supreme Court reserves verdict in Patanjali misleading advertisements case
Updated On : 14 May 2024 | 11:59 PM IST

'Can't sit on a couch and say anything': Supreme Court raps IMA president

IMA President Dr RV Asokan drew sharp criticism from the Supreme Court for his remarks concerning the court's ruling in a case involving misleading advertisements by Patanjali Ayurved

'Can't sit on a couch and say anything': Supreme Court raps IMA president
Updated On : 14 May 2024 | 5:39 PM IST

SC reserves order on contempt notice to Baba Ramdev in misleading ads case

Balkrishna and Patanjali Ayurved also served notice in Patanjali misleading ads case

SC reserves order on contempt notice to Baba Ramdev in misleading ads case
Updated On : 14 May 2024 | 1:45 PM IST

SC criticises state authority for inaction in Patanjali misleading ads case

'When you want to do something, you do it with lightning speed, but if you don't, then for years nothing moves,' the Supreme Court bench told the Uttarakhand State Licensing Authority

SC criticises state authority for inaction in Patanjali misleading ads case
Updated On : 07 May 2024 | 2:55 PM IST

After Patanjali, state government, IMA comes under Supreme Court's scanner

The Supreme Court had earlier said that IMA needs to 'put its house in order'

After Patanjali, state government, IMA comes under Supreme Court's scanner
Updated On : 30 Apr 2024 | 11:48 PM IST

Highlights of the day: ED files fresh charge sheet in Mahadev app case, names 25 accused

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Highlights of the day: ED files fresh charge sheet in Mahadev app case, names 25 accused
Updated On : 30 Apr 2024 | 10:55 PM IST

Patanjali advertisement case: SC pulls up U'khand licensing authority

The Supreme Court on Tuesday pulled up the Uttarakhand State Licensing Authority for inaction in the misleading advertisements case involving Patanjali Ayurved Limited. Expressing dissatisfaction over the explanation offered by the body, a bench of Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Ahsanuddin Amanullah observed it appeared that the licensing authority got activated to take action in accordance with the law only after the apex court's April 10 order. "Be honest to the court if you want sympathy and compassion," the bench observed. The top court said its main concern is whether the licensing body took action in accordance with the law in the matter. The bench has posted the matter for hearing on May 14. While hearing the matter on April 10, the apex court came down heavily on the Uttarakhand State Licensing Authority for inaction and said it was not going to take it lightly as the body appeared to have kept its "eyes shut deliberately".

Patanjali advertisement case: SC pulls up U'khand licensing authority
Updated On : 30 Apr 2024 | 1:24 PM IST

Patanjali Foods gets show cause notice for GST dues worth Rs 27 crore

Patanjali Foods has been served a show cause notice by the GST intelligence department, asking the company to explain why input tax credit worth Rs 27.46 crore should not be recovered from it. The Yoga guru Ramdev-led Patanjali Ayurved Group firm, which is mainly into the edible oil business, has received the notice from the Directorate General of GST Intelligence, Chandigarh Zonal Unit, according to a regulatory filing made by the company on April 26. "A show cause notice is received by the company... requiring the company, its officers and authorised signatories to show cause as to why input tax credit amounting to Rs 27,46,14,343 should not be recovered (along with interest), and why penalty should not be imposed...," the company said. The department has cited Section 74 and other applicable provisions of the Central Goods and Services Act, 2017 and Uttarakhand State Goods and Services Act, 2017 read with Section 20 of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) Act, 2017. "As

Patanjali Foods gets show cause notice for GST dues worth Rs 27 crore
Updated On : 29 Apr 2024 | 11:14 PM IST

Patanjali Foods gets proposal to buy non-food biz from Patanjali Ayurved

The board of directors of Patanjali Foods discussed the initial proposal received from Patanjali Ayurved

Patanjali Foods gets proposal to buy non-food biz from Patanjali Ayurved
Updated On : 26 Apr 2024 | 9:25 PM IST

Supreme Court's whip in Patanjali case a wake-up call for the FMCG sector

Advertising professionals believe that the Supreme Court's action against Patanjali would serve as a deterrent for other brands

Supreme Court's whip in Patanjali case a wake-up call for the FMCG sector
Updated On : 24 Apr 2024 | 11:44 PM IST

Patanjali, misleading ads, and art of puffery: When brands take it too far

The Supreme Court has come down heavily on Patanjali Ayurved. Advertising, however, is full of examples where brands have taken it too far

Patanjali, misleading ads, and art of puffery: When brands take it too far
Updated On : 24 Apr 2024 | 10:35 AM IST