View: Supreme Court should not only be impartial but seen to be so
Four in a row can be a coincidence, and does not prove a political tilt. Besides, the caveats in the verdicts can be seen as evidence of judicial independence. Yet many analysts fear that the forces turning India in a saffron direction are affecting the courts too. India needs a Supreme Court that is not only impartial but seen to be so.
The only word you need to understand emerging markets
Approaching the end of an exciting year for world markets, it is tempting to rely on a ...
Makers to sell ornaments to jewellers only via PDCs
The decision to sell ornaments against PDCs was agreed upon at a board meeting convened b...
Nationalisation of distressed NBFCs only plausible silver bullet
As a construct, this isn’t all that different from the template used for non-financial companies under IBC.
Will form government only with Shiv Sena: Mungantiwar
“The alliance of BJP and Sena has been in power for the last five years and has returned to power. It has been given a clear mandate. There has been a long delay in forming the government. We had a detailed discussion with the governor on the political situation and raised legal issues with him.
Investing has a lot of irrelevant numbers. Only few investors know what to look for
As investors and consumers of financial services, we are subjected to a lot of numbers that purport to help us tell good investments from bad ones. Investing involves a lot of numbers but many of those numbers are actually irrelevant.
View: No gimmicks, only decisive steps can tackle air pollution
The fight against pollution has to be along-term battle with targets, penalties and incentives. No authority — executive, political or judicial — should think of becoming a green messiah via a landmark order. In this context, the Supreme Court banning the burning of crop residue in Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh is sensible. But, the road ahead is bumpy.
By invitation only: WhatsApp introduces new privacy setting for groups
Users will have three days to accept the invite before it expires.
Only 15% of the cases resolved under bankruptcy laws: Report
Of the 2,542 cases admitted under IBC till date, 1,497 CIRPs or 59% of cases are still in court.
Talks with BJP will only be on CM's post: Sanjay Raut
The BJP and Shiv Sena, which contested the October 21 state elections together, have been locked in a bitter tussle over sharing of the chief minister's post and are yet to start formal talks over government formation. In the recent polls to 288-member state Assembly, the BJP won 105 seats, Shiv Sena-56, NCP-54 and Congress-44.
Delhi air quality: Drastic improvement possible only in case of heavy rains, says IMD
While speaking to ANI on weather change, Scientist of India Meteorological Department-Delhi, Kuldeep Srivastava said, “Western disturbance m...
Govt's Rs 25,000 crore realty fund can only help 6% of stalled constructions
Govt’s Rs 25k cr realty fund to salvage stalled housing projects will only help 6% of stalled constructions.
Lawyer-Police clash: Delhi HC says its Nov 3 order applicable to Nov 2 FIRs only
After the November 3 order, an on-duty policeman and a civilian were allegedly thrashed by advocates outside Saket Court on Monday and on Tuesday, two separate FIRs were lodged by the police in this regard. Lawyers in all the six district courts here abstained from work for the third consecutive day on Wednesday, protesting against the clash between advocates and the police.
Will sign only fair, transparent RCEP, says India
Indian officials have concluded negotiations on most of the 25 chapters, and the rest would be concluded before November 4, when Prime Minister Modi will join leaders of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations bloc and five other countries for the summit.
Only one allopathic govt doctor for 10,926 people in India: Report
Compiled by the Central Bureau of Health Intelligence (CBHI), the National Health Profile, 2019, stated that the number of registered allopathic doctors possessing recognised medical qualifications (under the MCI Act) and registered with state medical councils for 2017 and 2018 was 43,581 and 41,371, respectively.
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