Standards for Electrical Plugs

Can some standards be made so all electronic/electrical device plugs are made of just 2 sizes (regular and power) also the wall plugs and extension cords should also be of just two types.

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I have apple chargers that dont go into some plugs. more  

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But quality is very poor. They drive out identical product made in India but of better quality. Added to their poor quality they put the CE mark which at best of nebulous value more  
India is flooded with Chinese Products . Name it and will be on your lap literally. Buying Chinese products in India isn't illegal . One wise country which is exploiting the Indian Middle class consumer to the maximum . The price too will suite the purse of people who don't want to buy Made in India . more  
Apple is American brand,we cannot impose our standards on them,that is why Be Indian Bye Indian more  
As a matter of fact, Compulsory standards do exist for plugs. However it is followed more in breach.
There is no proper option to report to BIS so actually you are just left high and dry more  
The Americans, Europeans and perhaps other countries have different styles and standards. To overcome this problem people who travel in different countries keep a "universal" adopter which can match with most of the styles. A similar mobile phone charger is also available in the market. more  
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