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He further said that supply of substandard and unhygienic food items to the masses is a crime against humanity which cannot be tolerated.
on the rampant selling of substandard steel products such as reinforcing steel bars -- or rebars -- in different parts of the country.
Substandard drugs are the ones which carry an ingredient in less dosage than claimed by the manufacturer.
A substandard asset is inadequately protected by the current sound worth and paying capacity of the obligor or of the collateral pledged, if any.
Ascertain the underlying nature of substandard work noted by the IGs.
The answer may come as a bit of a surprise, for the crime is not the use of substandard metals, nor is it the fact that the suspected firm supplied parts made with the sub-standard metals to the Air Force.
This has resulted in more substandard and short-life vessels evading the classification system, which constitutes a significant threat to the shipping industry.
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FAISALABAD -- Punjab Standards Quality Control Authority (PSQCA) on Tuesday sealed a factory on the charges of preparing substandard food items.
ISLAMABAD -- District Administration in Islamabad has ordered to seal and imposed fine on several food outlets and restaurants for working under unhygienic conditions and presence of substandard food items.
LAHORE -- Authorities in Punjab on Thursday seized huge quantity of substandard meat during raids at three different locations, arresting at least a 12 people.
He said his department would take legal action against importers of substandard fuel after the expiry of the three-month ultimatum set by the Cabinet.