Pakistani militant accused of Mumbai attacks faces terror financing charges
Hafiz Saeed is the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), or the Army of the Pure, a militant group blamed by the United States and India for the four-day Mumbai siege, in which 160 people were killed. The dead also included several foreigners, including Americans.Pakistan's counter terrorism police arrested Saeed in July.
Democrats unveil impeachment charges; Trump finds articles 'very weak'
A powerful US Congressional committee will begin on Wednesday debate o...
V S Sundaresan takes charge as Sebi executive director
Sundaresan earlier worked as chief general manager in enquiries and adjudication depar...
Sebi says can't act on charges against MII as complainant unreachable
Sebi said it cannot take any action on complaints where the markets regulator is unable to reach back to the complainant or where the contents are not substantiated or verifiable.
AICC to appoint new in-charge for Karnataka as KC Venugopal seeks to focus full time on organisation
The change, however, has nothing to do with the electoral performance of the Congress in the December 5 bypolls, the campaigning for which was handled by the State Congress leaders led by former chief minister Siddaramaiah.
Tariff revision: Experts expect Reliance Jio to gain most from hikes
The Mukesh Ambani-owned telco yesterday unveiled revised tariffs, which were as much as 40% costlier.
Democrats huddle to draft impeachment charges against Donald Trump
After emerging from an all-day closed door meeting, House Judiciary Committee Democratic lawmakers said they were still in the process of drafting formal charges, known as articles of impeachment, that the panel could recommend for a full House vote as early as Thursday. The lawmakers released a 55-page report.
2 Russians charged in international malware scheme
The Justice Department unsealed charges Thursday against two Russian men in what authorities say was one of the worst computer hacking and b...
US lawmakers weigh impeachment charges against Trump
Four constitutional scholars will testify before the House Judiciary Committee in the first of a series of hearings to establish the gravity of Trump's alleged crimes. On Tuesday, congressional Democrats made a forceful case that Trump should be removed from office for abusing his powers by pressuring Ukraine for dirt on a Democratic election rival.
Elon Musk cleared of defamation charges over 'pedo guy' tweet, say his faith in humanity is restored
Unsworth had sought USD 190 million in damages from Musk.
LIC waives off charges on credit card payments
LIC has said that any credit card originated payments towards renewal premium, new premium, or repayment of loan and interest on loans against the policies will not attract any additional charges or convenience fee its parlance, from December 1.
Jio and Airtel-Voda Idea spar at Trai IUC meet
Jio argued that there were no grounds to delay implementation of the zero-IUC regime since traffic symmetry between operators had been achieved. But, Airtel and Vodafone Idea countered that IUC should not come down to zero, from 6 paise at present, and should be postponed by at least three years.
Variation charges: Gujarat HC issues notices to state, GERC on plea filed by NSEFI
The federation has said that producers of solar and wind energy are required to give an estimate a day ahead of the production to the State Load Dispatch Centre
Delay in implementation of zero call connect charges to hurt service affordability: Jio
Reliance Jio Director Mahendra Nahata said that the ratio of incoming and outgoing call is now at par with each other and traffic asymmetry can, therefore, no longer be the reason to delay implementation of Bill and Keep (BAK) regime. Nahata alleged that the subscriber traffic is being diverted to 2G, 3G network to show cost of voice is high.
Huawei faces ire in China over staff treatment
The treatment of Li Hongyuan, who had worked for the company for 13 years, has become one of the most discussed topics in recent days on China's Twitter-like Weibo platform. Li's case surfaced publicly when court documents detailing his case were posted online. State media outlets later reported how he was detained by police on an extortion charge for 251 days last year.
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