Cheap Broadband with Landline

MTNL is offering one of the Cheapest (Low cost) broadband plans with a landline at Rs.398/- per month in Delhi with 25 Gb Fair Usage Limit at 2Mbps (up to 8Mbps), Unlimited Local calls to any network. This is way better than MTNL's normal lowest 699 plan and Airtel's 899 plan. This offer is available permanently now.

Airtel has a low cost broadband Rs.599/- Retention plan which allows 50 Gb of data at 8Mbps after which speed drops to 1Mbps. This also has unlimited calls to any network like in the 899 plan. Call Airtel Customer care to switch to this plan to save on your monthly bill. It is NOT mentioned on their website nor do they advertise this.


Here are some tips on how prepare and keep food safe for consumption

  1. Keep Clean
    • Wash your hands with soap before handling food and often during food preparation
    • Wash your hands with soap after going to the toilet
    • Wash and sanitize all surfaces and equipment used for food preparation
    • Protect kitchen areas and food from insects, pests and other animal

  2. Separate Raw and Cooked
    • Separate raw meat, poultry and seafood from other foods
    • Use separate equipment and utensils such as knives and cutting boards for handling raw
    • Store food in containers to avoid contact between raw and prepared foods
  3. Cook Thoroughly
    • Cook food thoroughly, especially meat, poultry, eggs and seafood
    • Bring foods like soups and stews to boiling point to make sure that they have reached 70°C. For meat and poultry, make sure that juices are clear, not pink. Ideally, use a thermometer
    • Reheat cooked food thoroughly

  4. Keep Food at Safe Temperatures
    • Do not leave cooked food at room temperature
    • Refrigerate promptly all cooked and perishable food (preferably below 5°C)
    • Keep cooked food piping hot (more than 60°C) prior to serving
    • Do not store food too long even ln the refrigerator
    • Do not thaw frozen food at room temperature

  5. Use safe water & raw materials
    • Use safe water or treat it to make it safe
    • Select fresh and wholesome foods
    • Choose foods processed for safety, such as pasteurized milk
    • Wash fruits and vegetables, especially if eaten raw
    • Do not use food beyond its expiry date


Issued In public Interest by: Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution
Department of Consumer Affairs. Government of India
Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi 110 001 Website:

Food Safety and Standards Authority of India
FDA Bhawan, Kotla Road, New Delhi - 110002
Fax: 011-23220994 Portal: FSSAI HELPUNE: 1-800-11-2100


Info collected on 12th November, 2014


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