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No coercive steps against DIAL in relation to Rs 2,600 cr property tax demand: Delhi HC to DCB
The Delhi High Court Thursday directed Delhi Cantonment Board (DCB) not to take any coercive action against DIAL, which operates the IGI Airport, in connection with the Rs 2,600 crore property tax demand by the authority for the 2016-19 period.
Jaishankar stresses on need to follow ethos of international relations in presence of Chinese FM at RIC meet
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China engaged in 'provocative action' in eastern Ladakh on Monday too, says India
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Anurag Srivastava sa...
"New love for international funds is related to disappointment with Indian equities"
Many individual investors have developed a fascination for international funds during the current pandemic. Mutual fund houses and advisors are also actively promoting these schemes.
View: Why did China’s ambassador engage publicly with Indian interlocutors?
Such an initiative would make sense if official level negotiations were on a productive track and Beijing felt that the ambassador could do a public relations exercise. If, however, these negotiations are not proceeding well and the risk of a stalemate is real, such a public intervention cannot serve China’s interests.
Goyal asks startups to come up with holistic paper on issues related to ESOPs
He suggested that all "sunicorns and unicorns" may sell one per cent of their equity and create a pool of capital to support young people coming out with new ideas and "demonstrate your commitment to support new businesses with Indian capital"
India's Buddhist outreach: International Airport at Kushinagar for Buddhist pilgrims
Modi spoke to Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, and congratulated him on the successful conduct of parliamentary elections in Sri Lanka. Prime Minister commended the government and the electoral institutions of Sri Lanka for effectively organising the elections despite the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic.
India advises China to refrain from comments on internal matters of other nations
“We have noted the comments of the Chinese MFA spokesperson on the Indian Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir. The Chinese side has no locus standi whatsoever on this matter and is advised not to comment on the internal affairs of other nations,” MEA spokesperson stated.
Indian consulate in Dubai to remain open to share info related to Kozhikode plane crash
According to the Civil Aviation Ministry, the Boeing 737 aircraft on a flight from Dubai to Kozhikode overshot the runway at Kozhikode airport at 7.41 PM on Friday. There were 184 passengers including 10 infants, 2 pilots and 4 cabin crew on board the aircraft.
Minority shareholders block JSW Energy's related party transaction proposal
The company wanted to procure coal from JSW International Trade Corp, a Singapore-based trading company that routes coal imports for JSW Group companies from Indonesia, South Africa, Australia and Mozambique.
United Kingdom admits planned Brexit deal change 'breaks international law'
Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis was speaking in parliament about legislation due to be published on Wednesday that will include attempts to "clarify" how last year's Withdrawal Agreement with Brussels is implemented. Details of the proposals have caused concern among EU leaders, just as Brexit trade talks resumed.
Pakistan FM, Chinese counterpart discuss Covid-19 pandemic, bilateral relations
Qureshi was on a two-day visit to China to hold the second round of the China-Pakistan Foreign Ministers' Strategic Dialogue in the Chinese province of Hainan.
Nikkei rises to 6-month high, chip-related shares lead gains
The Nikkei rose 1.78% to 23,249.61, its highest since Feb. 21 and has almost recovered all losses since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The broader Topix rose 1.16% to 1,624.15, closing in on its June peak.
Find solutions to problems being faced by youth: Rahul Gandhi to government
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra also slammed the government over the alleged rise in unemployment and privatisation.
Why the fuss? The US, Taiwan and China- a guide to understanding their complex relations
In recent decades US presidents have been somewhat reluctant to sell big ticket items to Taiwan, fearful of incurring Beijing's wrath. US President Donald Trump's administration has no such qualms and has approved a string of military sales, including an $8 billion fighter jet deal to replace Taiwan's ageing fleet.