RANGPUR, July 30, 2015 (BSS) - Leaders of Ganojagoron Mancha organised ananda procession and rally here last night to celebrate upholding death sentence of BNP leader Salahuddin Quader (SQ) Chowdhury by Appellate Division of the Supreme Court. ... Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha, 4 days ago
12:07 am Mumbai : Hong Kong-based hedge fund Factorial Master Fund has been allowed to access the Indian capital markets, ending more than a year-long ban by the regulator Sebi in an alleged insider trading case, reports PTI. The ban on Factorial, ...The Freepress Journal, 3 weeks ago Hong-Kong Based Factorial Master Fund Allowed to Access Indian Markets Again Outlook India, 3 weeks ago Factorial allowed to access Indian markets again Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
Mohammad Hossain Bangladesh On June the 16th, 2015, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in Bangladesh upheld the verdict in the case ofAli Ahsan Mohammad Mujahid, thereby confirming the death sentence imposed by the lower court. I wrote ...World Bulletin, 1 month ago
The woefully under-staffed judiciary needs to be strengthened while the Indian Penal Code and the Code of Criminal Procedure need to be updated to make them more victim-friendly Many a times this writer has heard grandiose speeches of how ancient ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
Published on Wed, Jun 24,2015|22:40, Updated at Wed, Jun 24 at 22:48Source : CNBC-TV18 On this audiocast, The Firm highlights a very interesting tax case. In a recent decision the Mumbai Income Tax Apellate Tribunal allowed for long ...Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago
Pic Courtesy: - Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission has hiked the power tariff in Delhi by upto six percent effective from Monday. The move comes after the DERC on May 26 received a copy of an order from the ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Power tariff hiked in Delhi by up to 6%, will be applicable from Monday Times of India, 1 month ago Power tariff up in Delhi by 6% Times of India, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: This summer the intense heat wave will not be the only worrying factor for Delhiites. Electricity bills are expected to shoot up by 5%-20% from June as the Apellate Tribunal of Electricity (APTEL) has pulled up Delhi Electricity Regulatory ...Economic Times, 2 months ago 5-20% hike in power bills soon Times of India, 2 months ago
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