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Govt May Ban Celebrities For Misleading Advertisements; Imprisonment Also A Possibility!

Govt. is in no mood to let off celebrities for endorsing fake products and for signing up misleading advertisements. As per new reports emerging, celebrities can be banned for such activities; and may be, they can be imprisoned as well. A Parliamentary Standing Committee has made these recommendations, after studying laws from various countries regarding […] The post Govt May Ban Celebrities For Misleading Advertisements; Imprisonment Also A Possibility! first appeared on Trak.
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