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Indian Woman Raped by In-Laws, Tattooed With Abuse for Lack of...

A 28-year-old woman was beaten unconscious and marked withseven abusive tattoos onvarious parts ofher body, including "Mera baap chor hai" onher forehead, which means "My father is a thief" inHindi, police said onMonday. In a report filed withthe ... Sputnik, 13 hours ago
Woman inked with abuse tattoos over dowry Deccan Herald, 1 day ago

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Ola hails Karnataka's regulations, hits out at Uber as foreign firm with no regard for Indian laws

BENGALURU: India's largest app-based cab aggregator Ola has defended Karnataka's new regulations governing tech-based cab hailing services, while accusing its multinational rival Uber India of flouting all norms, and doing business in India only for ...
 Economic Times21 hours ago Ride hailing app Uber hits back on Ola's allegations  Economic Times9 hours ago Ride hailing app Uber hits back at Ola's allegations  Economic Times9 hours ago
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Patent systems should be country-specific favouring national interest: India at WIPO

At a time when India is facing pressure to dilute its domestic patent laws to enable more patent protection, India has suggested country-specific patent system that favours the interest of the national economy. In the opening statement at the 24th ...
 Business Today India13 hours ago

Licensed Cab Aggregator Ola Declares War Against Foreign Company Uber; Accuses Them Of Breaking Indian Laws

In school, when a teacher asks everyone in the class to submit their homework, and then there is only one student who has actually completed it; then that student suddenly becomes the default class monitor. He makes fun of the other poor souls who ...
 JOLLYBOSS17 hours ago ‘Licensed’ Cab Aggregator Ola Declares War Against ‘Foreign’ Company Uber; Accuses Them Of Breaking Indian Laws  Trak.in16 hours ago
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Dear Indian men, calm down! Women can't misuse anti-sexual harassment laws at workplaces

byAbhyudaya Agarwal The recent complaint of sexual harassment against TERI chief RK Pachauri by a research associate in his organisation reminded me of an initiative to address sexual harassment at workplaces that we had taken up recently. We ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago
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India to rewrite 75-year old drug laws with an eye on business, biologics and devices

India has withdrawn a proposed amendment to its drug laws after deciding a more extensive rewrite is needed to allow the effective regulation of biologics, regenerative medicines and clinical trials. Originally, the Indian Government planned to ...
 BioPharma-Reporter.com4 days ago Pharma Bureau asks government to revisit drug laws  Business Recorder4 days ago Govt to revise drug laws to ensure ease of doing business  HT Syndication5 days ago India to revise drugs law, draft new rules for medical devices  Yahoo! UK and Ireland6 days ago
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Ranbaxy whistle blower Dinesh Thakur suggests strict prosecution laws to fix drug industry

NEW DELHI: Dinesh Thakur, the famous whistle blower who highlighted data manipulation issues at top Indian drug maker Ranbaxy (now part of Sun Pharma), says the country needs strict criminal prosecution against suppliers of substandard drugs, a ...
 Economic Times5 days ago India needs strict prosecution laws to fix drug regulatory system: Ranbaxy whistleblower Dinesh Thakur  Economic Times5 days ago

Foreign law firms like DLA Piper, Jones Day and others seek talent, acquisitions for bigger India play

MUMBAI: As the Indian executive debates and formulates laws to allow foreign lawyers to practice here, big foreign law firms are scoping the market for talent and acquisition targets. Global recruitment firms that have so far remained fringe players ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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Ravindra Jadeja’s Gir visit creates controversy, cricketer accused of violating wildlife laws

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, who is currently spending some leisure time with his wife Reeva Solanki, was today accused of violating wildlife rules. During his visit to Gir Wildlife Sanctuary, the 28-year-old cricketer, along with his wife and friends, ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago Selfie with lions lands Jadeja in trouble  Sify1 week ago When these Cricketers had a brush with the law  Times of India2 days ago

Indian choking funds for dissenting charities through restrictive laws- UN Experts

Major international charitable organisation like Greenpeace have been choked off foreign funds because the Central government has tried to provisions of FCRA to muzzled all dissenting organisation. United Nations experts on Thursday called on India ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
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