'The claims are misleading by exaggeration,' it said and asked the advertiser to take corrective steps or pull out the ad.
The Consumer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) evaluated 290 complaints in the month.
The Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India (ASCI) received 165 complaints for the month.
The complaints, filed by HUL against two fairness brand variants of Emami, had been rejected by the Independent Review Committee (IRC) of ASCI, an Emami spokesman told PTI.
Advertising sector watchdog ASCI upheld complaints against 117 misleading advertisements in May this year, including those of Reliance Jio, Airtel, Amazon, Asian Paints, LG among others.
Housing finance regulator, National Housing Bank (NHB), is working on a complete revamp of its residential housing index or `Residex’. “We are working on a complete revamp of Residex and we are likely to R
Telecom operator Reliance Jio has approached advertisement sector watchdog ASCI against Bharti Airtel saying the latter's claim of being "officially the fastest network" is "misleading" and done in "mala fide manner in collusion with" broadband speed tester Ookla.
Advertising watchdog ASCI has pulled up several companies, including Bharti Airtel, Tata Teleservices, Mahindra & Mahindra and Himalaya, for misleading advertisements in June.
During the month, the Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India (ASCI) upheld complaints against 98 misleading advertisements, which also included those of e-commerce firms ibibo, Paytm, Policybazaar, Naaptol Online Shopping and taxi aggregator Uber India.
"We would file a suit against ASCI. We would file the case in the court very soon. We are discussing the possibilities and would take action on this issue very soon," Ramdev said here at a press conference while describing these notices as "love letters" from ASCI.
Advertising watchdog ASCI has pulled up Patanjali Ayurved, HUL, PepsiCo, Britannia, Pizza Hut, Amazon, LG Electronics, Voltas, Axis Bank, AirAsia and Flipkart, among others, for running misleading ad campaigns.
Advertisement watchdog has refuted Patanjali's claims that it is biased toward certain MNCs. ASCI sources told CNBC-TV18 that it looks at every complain objectively.
Advertising watchdog ASCI has once again pulled up yoga guru Baba Ramdev-promoted Patanjali Ayurved for running "misleading" ad campaigns that disparages competitors' products
The agreement also requires ASCI to report to FSSAI non- compliance of ASCI's decisions for further action as required per provisions of the Food Safety Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) Act, Agarwal said after signing the agreement.
Advertising sector watchdog ASCI has rapped Patanjali Ayurved for "false and misleading" claims in its various advertisements, including for its hair oil and washing powder brands
Advertising sector watchdog ASCI upheld complaints against 80 misleading advertisements in February, including those of ITC, HUL, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India, Hewlett Packard India, Reliance Communication and Tata Motors.
Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India (ASCI) upheld 13 complaints of misleading advertisements from personal and healthcare category, seven in telecom and broadband category and six in e-commerce category, during the month.
Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India (ASCI) upheld 13 complaints of misleading advertisements from personal and healthcare category, seven in telecom and broadband category and six in ecommerce category during the month.
According to the Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of ASCI (Advertising Standard Council of India), out of 87 advertisements against which complaints were upheld, 37 belonged to the personal and healthcare category, followed by 41 advertisements in the education category and 9 advertisements from other categories.
According to the Customer Complaints Council (CCC) of Advertising Standard Council of India (ASCI), it has upheld 26 complaints of misleading ads from personal and healthcare category, followed by education category with 22 ads.
Airtel further said it is providing the Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) with the technical data in support of advertising claims and it is following "the prescribed process to schedule a review of the said issue".
The Advertising Standards Council of India, (ASCI) has upheld CNBC-TV18's complaints against the advertising campaign released by ET NOW news channel on May 31. ASCI has advised ET NOW to withdraw or modify appropriately the said ads by 22nd June 2015.
Advertising industry watchdog ASCI has upheld 113 complaints about misleading campaigns by companies such as HUL, Godrej, Philips, Snapdeal, Bajaj Allianz, Nissan Motor India and Coca Cola.
Industry chamber CII today came out against the government move to set up a "parallel administrative authority" to deal with misleading advertisements, saying strengthening of existing advertising industry watchdog ASCI will serve the purpose.
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