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Dec 23 1986 (TRI)

Director-general of Vs. Smt. N. Shanta Kumari

Court : Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission MRTPC

Decided on : Dec-23-1986

Reported in : (1987)62CompCas157NULL

1. the present application under section 12a of the monopolies and restrictive trade practices act, 1969, for issue of temporary ad interim injunction has been filed along with an application under section 36b(c) of the monopolies and restrictive trade practices act.2. the facts as emerged out of the application of the director-general (i & r) are as follows : respondent is a contractor who supplies butter to the district hospital, kottayam, kerala state, for the consumption of in patients of the hospital. dr. m.a. pillai, resident medical officer of the said hospital, filed a complaint with the director-general to the effect that patients of the hospital were complaining that the quality of the butter being supplied to them was inferior inasmuch as it did not have any taste, colour and smell as was contained in normal butter, that he sent more than fifty samples to the regional analytical laboratory, kakanad, cochin, who gave evasive reports in his words "sample received in spoiled condition and hence rejected", and that, therefore, it was necessary that correct analysis of the butter be got done and further action taken, if it was found to be adulterated. on receipt of a sample of the butter from dr. m. a. pillai, the same was sent to the office of the public analyst, food laboratory, delhi administration, alipur road, delhi-110054, who reported that the sample of butter was adulterated as the same contained foreign fat other than milk fact and that the fat contents were .....

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Oct 27 1986 (TRI)

Director-general (i and R) Vs. Panama Chemical Works

Court : Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission MRTPC

Decided on : Oct-27-1986

Reported in : (1987)61CompCas353NULL

1. this is an application under section 36b(c) of the monopolies and restrictive trade practices act, 1969, moved by the director-general of investigation and registration (hereinafter referred to as " the applicant ") against m/s. panama chemical works, bombay (hereinafter referred to as " the respondent "). the enquiry arose from an advertisement which appeared in the gujarat samachar, dated february 23, 1986. the respondent is the manufacturer of painjon tablets. in order to promote the sale of these tablets, the respondent announced a contest offering first prize of rs. 21,000 in cash or in lieu thereof a world travel air ticket. the second prize is rs. 5,000 in cash or in lieu thereof one delhi/singapore/delhi air ticket. the third prize is rs. 2,000 in cash or in lieu thereof one delhi/nepal/delhi air ticket.besides these three prizes, there are 100 consolation prizes.2. in order to enter the contest, it is required that the contestant should tick mark and complete the sentence in not more than 10 words.the sentence to be completed relates to the pain killer medicines and also as to why patients prefer " painjon " to the other pain relieving medicines. the last date for sending the entry form was may 30, 1986.it is the condition of the contest that the decision about the winners of the competition will be on the basis of suitable reply to the question and the completion of the sentence.3. it is stated by the applicant that, according to the contest scheme, one can send .....

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