SC refuses to order protection for women at Sabarimala Shrine
The Supreme Court denied to pass any orders on a plea of two women seeking security to enter the Sabarimala temple in Kerala, with Chief Justice SA Bobde saying that it was an “emotive” issue and that the court did not want it to become “explosive”.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam heads for Beijing as pressure mounts at home
Lam is due to discuss the political and economic situation in the Ch...
Sebi rejects lenders’ plea on client shares pledged by Karvy
HDFC Bank, IndusInd, ICICI and Bajaj Fin had sought return of shares pledged by ...
Assam tense; protests against CAA In other states
Beldanga railway complex in in West Bengal’s Murshidabad district set ablaze by protestors; 5 CMs say will not implement Act; protests are happening in Shillong, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, Kerala and Gujarat. Mamata Banerjee calls for a major protest in Kolkata on Monday.
Food firms feast on binge watching
Streaming services driving sales in food delivery, ready-to-eat, packaged food segments. The surge is more evident for restaurants, with fine-dining and quick service outlets reporting faster growth in home delivery, which has resulted in aggregators Swiggy and Zomato also reporting swift growth.
TRAI looks to check misuse of recalled numbers
“Providing a revocation list is important to check misuse. If a consumer surrenders a number, the transactional one-time password will go to the original number. There was no way of redirecting and the new user may gain access to another’s identity,” Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) chairman Ram Sewak Sharma told ET.
Sabarimala: Supreme Court declines to pass any order for safe entry of women
Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde said the "balance of convenience" required that no orders are passed in the matter today as the issue had already been referred to a seven-judge bench.
Religare Health Trust halts winding up plans
Move after SC seeks inquiry into purchase of assets from trust by Fortis Healthcare using money from IHH. Last month, the court questioned Fortis for using the Rs 4,600 crore to buy assets from Singapore-based RHT.
NPPA hikes 21 formulations’ prices by 50%
The National Pharmaceuticals Pricing Authority (NPPA) invoked paragraph 19 of the Drug Prices Control Order to grant a 50% increase in the prices of 21 drug formulations. With the cost of raw material imported from China increasing 50-200%, pharma groups had approached the government to invoke extraordinary powers and increase the prices of drugs.
L&T bags Rail Vikas Nigam order worth Rs 1,000 cr - Rs 2,500 cr
The order entails construction of Rishikesh – Karanprayag Tunnel 2 package works comprising tunnels, bridges and formation works in the state of Uttarakhand. L&T's heavy civil infrastructure division will execute this order.
Telangana encounter deaths: SC orders judicial inquiry, to be headed by its ex-judge VS Sirpurkar
An apex court bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde was hearing two public interest litigations seeking an independent probe into the deaths last week.
Vet case: Telangana HC adjourns pleas against 'encounter' killing
On Thursday, the court had posted the matter for Friday to enable the State Government to get a clarification from the Supreme Court on the status of the bodies of the four men preserved in the state-run Gandhi Hospital here as per earlier orders of the High Court.
Parliamentary panel postpones Assam visit due to protest over amended Citizenship Law
The visit of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Home Affairs was slated from Dec 18 to 21, but it has been postponed in view of curfew and law and order situation in parts of the state.
Passengers can now get food served near boarding gates at Delhi airport terminal 3
"The food is delivered by delivery personnel on electric scooters at designated pick-up points, for passengers to collect it, in up to 20 minutes. Passengers can enjoy food at the piers while waiting to board the aircraft, or carry the packed food with them into the plane to have a bite during the journey," a release said on Friday.
Ambit Capital pays Rs 6 crore to settle insider trading case with Sebi
Sebi said the information of negative profit for the fourth quarter of FY2012-13 was price sensitive information.
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