Next stop, Brexit: Britain's EU divorce bill becomes law
Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans announced Thursday in the House of Commons that the Withdrawal Agreement Act had received royal assent from Queen Elizabeth II, the final formality in its legislative journey. An identical announcement was made by the speaker of Parliament's upper House of Lords.
Deepika's mental health message, Indian food & free tea cups: Why India has been grabbing the spotlight at WEF 2020
The 50th WEF's theme is a...
Impossible dumplings and beyond buns: Will China buy fake meat?
Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods have taken different approaches to imitating...
What has changed in JNU is that students have started taking law in their own hands: JNU VC
All our senior wardens and dean of students are in touch. The entire hostel administration is doing everything possible.
FSSAI to finalise in 2 months regulations to ban sale, ad of junk foods in schools, within 50 m of campus
The Food and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) had in November issued draft 'Food Safety and Standards (Safe Food and healthy diets for School Children) Regulations, 2019'. It had sought comments from stakeholders in 30 days.
Money & Relationships: When can a woman claim maintenance from a man?
Here are the laws and circumstances under which a woman can claim money for herself and her children whether she is separated or divorced. Due to different religions in India, marriage, divorce and maintenance are governed by their personal laws.
Sons-in-law, daughters-in-law too could be arraigned if they neglect senior citizens: Draft Bill
The Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which has been cleared by the Union Cabinet and is likely to be introduced in Parliament soon, also removes the cap of Rs 10,000 as maximum maintenance.
SC seeks report from states on implementation of Food Security Act
During a brief hearing, the bench observed that though the allegation of starvation death is an "explosive issue" but it would wait for the response of state governments on steps undertaken by them to set up grievance mechanism to deal with complaints of people with regard to non-delivery of food items under the law.
First detention centre in Karnataka to house illegal immigrants
The facility with several rooms, a kitchen and toilets has been kept ready on the directions of the govt, a social welfare department official said. However, the home minister objected to the term 'Detention Centre'. "In qualified terms, it is not a detention centre. There is no purpose per se to detain someone on the issue of citizenship," the minister said.
How food and cloth fibers are connected
Food & clothing are human essentials and in the many centuries of creating both, we have overlapped their use.
A law in the making to guard ecommerce consumers
The ministry of consumer affairs is looking to add a section detailing penalties for ecomm firms.
The whistleblowers: In the absence of a comprehensive law, here's how employee whistleblowers fare
The biggest issue in the life of people who raise ethics issues with management is finding future employment.
Healthy food brand Binge Baefikar unveiled in Kolkata
The startup would operate through a cloud kitchen format and will be available exclusively on platforms like Swiggy and Zomato to start with. Founded in November 2019, the firm currently employs over 10 well trained chefs, nutritionist and employees.
Sun Pharma ex-employee alleges US Law violation, discrimination
Sandra Hagenbrock, who was national account director at Sun in the US and employed there from February 2016 to July 2019, alleged the company asked her to carry out off-label promotions of drugs, which she said was prohibited by federal laws.
Food Corporation of India likely to raise up to Rs 13,200 crore
FCI has appointed about two dozen local arrangers to help raise the money.
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