UK lawmakers reject Brexit law timetable, putting October 31 exit in doubt
Lawmakers voted by 322 to 308 against the so-called programme motion, under which the government had proposed to pass the legislation.
With forensic audit confirming fund diversion, endgame nearing for DHFL, Wadhawans
The third largest mortgage lender had sought a Rs 15,000-c...
US law firm begins preparing class-action suit against Infosys on whistleblower allegations
Rosen Law Firm, which specialises in securities c...
Deeply concerned over reports of human rights abuses, religious discrimination in Pak: US
The United States has urged the Pakistani government to uphold the rule of law and the freedoms enshrined in the country's Constitution.
Pakistan has stopped postal service from India for past two months: RS Prasad
Union Law & Justice Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on October 21 informed that Pakistan, for the last two months, has stopped postal service f...
No money to pay September salaries: TSRTC tells HC
The public utility requires Rs 224 crore to pay the salaries to over 48,000 employees while it currently has only Rs 7.5 crore. It also brought to the court's notice that non-payment of salaries was driving employees to the suicides.
India expresses disappointment over lack of support for IMF quota increase
India views "the lack of adequate support for a quota increase under the 15th General Review of Quotas as somewhat disappointing", Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in her address to the annual meeting of the IMF in Washington.
25,000 of 1 lakh overseas Indians registered in e-rolls voted in LS polls: EC
An expert committee of the Election Commission, working on the issue, had in 2015 forwarded the legal framework to the Law Ministry to amend the electoral laws to allow the overseas Indians to use proxy voting.
Companies under NCLT asked to inform about export liabilities
The total outstanding duty saved amount / dues along with interest, and any penalty imposed under Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act, or any other dues, shall be counted as part of the dues to the govt against the said firm / company.
Buildings may have to set aside 20% parking space for EV charging
The Karnataka government is amending the Model Building Bye-Laws 2017 to mandate residential and commercial buildings in the state to set aside 20% of their parking space for EV charging facilities.
The unsafe vaults: With the financial system hit by defaults, is it time to resurrect an old law?
The govt dropped a law aimed at dealing with the blow-up of financial services cos due to a misplaced campaign that depositors’ money would be used to bail out failed banks, but now is it time to bring it back to fire up the economic engine.
India, Philippines sign pacts on maritime domain and security boosting partnership in Indo-Pacific
India signed four agreements covering maritime domain, security, tourism, science and technology and culture. "We are committed to work closely together to defeat and eliminate terrorism in all its forms and manifestations," said President Kovind.
Realtors in bankruptcy court double in past year
The numbers show the dismal state of the Indian property market, which has been hammered for half a decade.
BGB action unprovoked; Indian troops did not fire a single bullet: BSF
A BSF jawan was killed and another injured when Border Guard Bangladesh personnel opened fire when a flag meeting to discuss captured fishermen took place.The BSF said the firing was unprovoked and that its troops did not fire a single bullet.
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