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49% Indian women find no reason to use Internet: Google
MSN India

49% Indian women find no reason to use Internet: Google

Indian women also feared angering their in-laws for spending too much time online. Smartphones and Internet cafes could be a cheaper, more private way for Indian women to access the Internet, the report pointed out. The respondents said, they would use the ... MSN India, 1 month ago
Gen. Raheel, PM Nawaz discuss Indian interference in ... The Nation Pakistan, 23 hours ago
India's eyes not shut on Dawood, says Rajnath Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Comply with US visa rules, say Infosys, TCS

Asserting that they fully comply with the US immigration laws, Indian global software majors Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Friday denied receiving indication of any fresh probe into alleged violation of H1-B visas by them."We have received no ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago Is it the end of tolerance in India?  Rediff.com4 days ago India catching up on international trends on compliance  Forbes India17 hours ago TCS, Infosys say they are fully compliant with visa rules  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
Business Standard

Lalit Modi has shown how rich & famous bend Indian laws

Modi, with his political connection and money power, may never be brought to justice Shishir Asthana | Mumbai June 17, 2015 Last Updated at 16:21 IST Former IPL chairman Lalit Modi has once again proved that in India if you are rich and powerful, you are ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Lalit Modi wanted Swaraj's husband on his board, withdrew later  Rediff.com12 hours ago Indian PM Modi greets Premier Li on Weibo  Global Times8 hours ago Sushma's daughter part of legal team in Lalit Modi's passport case  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
MSN India

India extends crackdown to Catholic charity Caritas

Caritas had violated India's foreign funding laws by financing groups that were working "against the country", says Home Ministry. (Photo: AFP) New Delhi: India has placed the Catholic charity Caritas on a government watch list, an official and news reports ...
 Asian Age1 week ago Activists alarmed about Indian laws curbing free speech amid charity crackdown  Sify1 month ago

Lalit Modi row: Congress produces document signed by Vasundhara Raje; demands immediate resignation

Jairam Ramesh said the Congress seeks her immediate resignation as she has broken four laws - Indian Penal Code, Prevention of Corruption Act, PMLA, Passport Act.
 DNA1 week ago Lalitgate: Congress renews demand for Sushma's sacking  Nagaland Post4 hours ago Sack Raje, Irani, Sushma: Congress  Asian Age1 week ago Congress demands immediate sacking of Swaraj, Raje  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Increasing digitalisation of life is a cause of concern, create laws to govern free apps: NGO

Reacting to the findings of a recent survey about the digital lifestyles of urban Indian teens, city-based NGO Cyber Awareness Organisation (CAO) has cautioned the fall-outs of increasing dependence on technology by youngsters.
 Times of India1 week ago
Money Today

Excessive judicial interference not good for investors: Jaitley

"When India did legislate in terms of global compatibility, dispute redressal laws for international commercial arbitration, etc, the courts interpreted it to mean that 'our jurisdictions are not ousted; we can interfere'," Jaitley said. "Indian parties (to ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago Excessive judicial interference is not investor friendly: FM Jaitley  Economic Times1 week ago Excessive judicial interference isn't investor-friendly: Arun Jaitley  Asian Age1 week ago

Indo-Bangla laws on fake currency soon

Tackling the menace of fake currency, India and Bangladesh will identify legal gaps in their respective laws and make necessary amendments to establish a strong legal regime to curb the circulation of counterfeit notes. Both the countries have identified the ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
MSN India

1 in 6 Indian women forced to marry under the age of 18

Every sixth woman in India is pushed into child marriage, show data from the latest Census released last month. Laws intended to curb weddings of girls under the age of 18 and boys under 21 have failed, and underage unions are most prevalent, for both girls ...
 MSN India3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Let them eat lead

Successive Indian governments have ignored repeated alerts and done little to introduce laws to curb practices that could explain how lead could slip into noodles and other raw and processed food, analysts say. India introduced unleaded petrol in March 2000 ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago
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