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Over 35,000 visit Toronto Halal Food Festival

Over 35,000 visit Toronto Halal Food Festival

Mississauga City, Ontario : More than 35,000 people visited the fifth annual Halal Food Festival Toronto 2017 that took place on Saturday and Sunday at the International Centre in Mississauga. The Halal Food Festival Toronto, North America’s biggest halal fair, ...

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Malaysia sees 5-6% halal exports growth this year

Malaysia sees 5-6% halal exports growth this year

Kuala Lumpur, (IINA) : The Malaysian Halal Industry Development Corp (HDC) expects the exports of halal products to grow between 5 and 6 percent this year, said chief executive officer Datuk Seri Jamil Bidin. He said this would be supported ...

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Istanbul to host the 5th OIC Halal Expo

Istanbul to host the 5th OIC Halal Expo

Istanbul (IINA) : The Islamic Center for Development of Trade (ICDT) and the Standards and Metrology Institute for Islamic Countries will organize the 5th Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Halal Expo in Istanbul under the auspices of Turkish President Recep ...

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Kerala assembly session begins with beef fry breakfast

Kerala assembly session begins with beef fry breakfast

Thiruvananthapuram, (IANS) : The one-day special Kerala Assembly session began on Thursday with a quick beef fry breakfast as lawmakers were set to discuss the Centre’s new cattle trade and slaughter rules. The Kerala legislators started their day at the ...

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Malaysia to apply tourism tax from August

Malaysia to apply tourism tax from August

Kuala Lumpur, (IANS) : The Malaysian authorities are planning to collect a tourism tax from overnight stay surcharge in any type of accommodation in the country from August, media reports said on Wednesday. The Malaysian Customs Department said the tax ...

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Centre modifies rules to end cattle slaughter

Centre modifies rules to end cattle slaughter

New Delhi, (IANS) : The Union Environment Ministry on Friday modified the animal cruelty rules, making it mandatory to ensure the cattle are not bought or sold with a purpose of slaughtering. As the ministry notified the Prevention of Cruelty ...

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