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NPA resolution not to liquidate companies, but to help save them: Arun Jaitley
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Courts have "two standards" on statutory timelines: Jaitley

Stating that Indian courts have "two standards", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said timelines prescribed in the laws enacted by Parliament are held as mandatory for the executive, but not the judiciary itself. DNA, 9 hours ago

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India's laws ample for sharing banking info: Swiss govt

Switzerland found India's data security and confidentiality laws "adequate" for entering into an automatic exchange of information pact. The pact will open a continuous access to details about alleged black money hoarders in once-all-secret Swiss banks. In a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Black money: Swiss say Indian laws 'adequate' for auto-sharing banking info  Business Standard1 week ago Swiss banks to share data with India, praises country's data security system  catchnews.com1 week ago

Cabinet clears proxy voting for NRIs

The Union Cabinet today cleared a proposal to extend proxy voting to overseas Indians by amending electoral laws, a senior government functionary said. For overseas Indians, the Representation of the People Act needs to be amended to include proxy voting as ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Union Cabinet clears proxy voting for NRIs  DNA2 weeks ago Petitioner welcomes cabinet nod to proxy voting for NRIs  Prokerala2 weeks ago

Have Indian elections funded by 'invisible money' become dirtier?

Indian laws punishing dirty political funding remain unchanged since the days of the British raj
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

India needs growth in labour-intensive manufacturing

Reforms in areas of skill development, infrastructure, labour laws and the Land Acquisition Act of 2013 are far from complete, Centres policy think-tank Niti Aayog has said in its 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-17) appraisal document. However, it has sounded ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

DCW chief roots for strict laws against NRI men abandoning

Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Swati Maliwal today sought strict laws against NRI men abandoning their Indian brides. She also batted for an NRI commission at the national level to safeguard the rights of such women. "If today a man abandons his bride ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago
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India not taken adequate steps to ensure firms obey anti-money laundering laws: US

Washington : The US has commented on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's demonetisation move, saying that while one of the purposes cited by him was to counter terrorist activity funded by counterfeit currency, India has yet to implement laws effectively on ...
 Sify1 month ago
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'Organised identity-based lynching is happening in urban India'

'Ordinary laws are insufficient to deal with the problem as they offer no deterrent' 'This draft will send a perfect message among the people that though there are solutions, lawmakers refuse them' Senior SC advocate Sanjay Hegde tells Amit Agnihotri why the draft Masuka law is necessary. Existing laws are insufficient to curb mob lynching and people convicted of such crimes should get life imprisonment, senior Supreme Court advocate Sanjay Hegde, who has worked on a new draft bill, the Manav ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Revenge porn: How does one define this phenomenon when Indian laws don’t even cover it?

While countries like the US and Canada have already implemented these laws, India still remains behind in updating its cybercrime law. The post Revenge porn: How does one define this phenomenon when Indian laws don’t even cover it? appeared first on ...
 Tech22 months ago

'Will PIOs violate visa rules if they campaign in Indian polls?'

If people of Indian origin (PIOs) campaign in Lok Sabha and assembly elections in the country, will they violate their visa conditions? This question has been posed to the law ministry by the Election Commission as the election law is silent on as to who can campaign in Indian elections. During the recently-held Punjab assembly elections, when several PIOs came to the state to campaign for the Aam Aadmi Party, the chief electoral officer of the state had raised a query with the commission on ...
 Rediff.com3 hours ago Will PIOs violate visa rules if they campaign in Indian polls: EC asks Law Min  Business Standard2 hours ago
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