The herbicide chlorpyrifos, a common insecticide that has been banned in Europe, is also banned in India.
The pesticide, commonly known as DDT, has been linked to severe neurological damage and birth defects.
It was banned in the US and most other countries in 1961, but it has continued to be used to kill pests in India, where the government has also been fighting against the use of pesticides in agriculture.
The herbicide is used to control insect pests and other weeds, but some farmers have complained that it kills their crops.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says it is the most commonly used insecticide in the world.
The Indian government has banned the herbicide because of concerns about health and environmental effects.
The government has said that the chemicals are harmless and that they have not caused any health problems.
A report published in the Indian Journal of Medical Sciences in July said that chlorpys causes brain damage in rats.
A team of researchers in the UK also found that chlorpy kills fish and other aquatic organisms.
The government says that there are no scientific data on the health effects of chlorpy.
It says that the pesticide has not been linked with any other disease or injury.