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Severance pay row: Why Rajiv Bansal may have the upper hand over Infosys
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Severance pay row: Why Rajiv Bansal may have the upper hand ov...

Former finance head Bansal, who left Infosys in 2015, has gone for arbitration over severance pay Rajiv Bansal, former finance head at Infosys Technologies, has sought arbitration to get the remaining portion of the severance pay he had been once promised. The Times of India first reported this development, based on sources. Personnel and legal experts say in such cases, employees are likely be favoured, as courts and tribunals consider them vulnerable before a large company or organisation. Rediff.com, 5 days ago

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Campaign launched to prevent denotification of Udupi temple

A signature campaign has begun in Udupi to pressure the government not to denotify the cash-rich historical Janardhana and Mahakali temple of Ambalpady from the list of muzrai temples. The hereditary trustees want the temple denotified. Petitions for ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Fail to understand why there is an all-male team: Indira Jaising on only one woman SC judge

There is no woman judge among the five new judges appointed in the Supreme Court who were sworn -in on Friday. With the new appointments, while the total strength of judges in the apex court goes up to 28 out of a sanctioned 31, there is only one sitting ...
 DNA2 months ago Only one woman judge in SC out of 28  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Malegaon blast: NIA doesn't have recording of 'conspiracy meeting'

In a twist to the 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case, the National Investigation Agency on Tuesday told the Bombay high court it did not know if recordings or transcripts existed of a conspiracy meeting in Bhopal, as claimed by Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad, to plot the crime which prime accused Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur allegedly attended. The Maharashtra ATS, which earlier probed the case, had alleged in its chargesheets that Thakur attended several conspiracy meetings held by the right wing ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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