India bans Japanese food imports for three months

India has banned food imports from Japan for fear of radiation contamination from the country's tsunami-ravaged nuclear power complex.

An Indian Health Ministry statement says the ban took effect Tuesday and will last three months or until credible information shows the hazard has subsided. The situation will be reviewed weekly.

India bans Japanese food imports for 3 months

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