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Rapist interview: Rajnath Singh vows to stop telecast, govt warns TV channels
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Delhi Police to work closely with AAP govt: Rajnath Singh

The minister congratulated the city police on the occasion saying that they were doing their job of maintaining law and order "successfully". NEW DELHI: Home Minister Rajnath Singh Monday said he had asked the Delhi Police to work in "close cooperation" with ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago

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Delhi High Court asks Delhi University not to treat law centre in step motherly way

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the Delhi University not to treat its the three law colleges, which have been in controversy recently for alleged non-compliance of the Bar Council Of India (BCI) norms, in a "step motherly" way. A bench of Chief ...
 IBN Live1 hour ago HC-BCI - Delhi HC asks DU not to treat law centre in step motherly way  Namibia Press Agency1 hour ago Delhi HC asks DU not to treat law centre in step motherly way  DNA47 minutes ago
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Bar Council of India Recommends Closure of Delhi University's Faculty of Law

In a fresh trouble for Delhi University (DU) Law faculty, a Bar Council of India panel has recommended its closure after it found lack of infrastructure and other irregularities in the functioning of ...
 NDTV18 minutes ago BCI recommends closure of DU law faculty  Press Trust of India3 hours ago BCI panel recommends closure of DU's Faculty of Law  Indian Express20 hours ago PTI - BCI-DU - BCI recommends closure of DU law faculty  Namibia Press Agency3 hours ago

Food Min rejects FCI panel's suggestion on food law

NEW DELHI: The Food Ministry today rejected the Shanta Kumar committee's suggestion to cut the number of beneficiaries under the food security law to 40 per cent of the population against the current 67 per cent. In its views on the Shanta Kumar's ...
 Economic Times22 minutes ago Food Min rejects suggestion to bring down food security coverage  Chandigarh Tribune1 hour ago

Sreenivasan Jain: The noise around the land acquisition law

Somewhat like the winter chill, the season of convenient mythologies continues to hold Delhi in its lingering grip. The latest manifestation is the spat over land acquisition, rendered additionally bewildering by the expedient of the Treasury and ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago Letters: Land and compensation  Business Standard India27 minutes ago The noise around the land acquisition law  Rediff.com1 day ago

Bill on pecuniary jurisdiction of Delhi HC deferred in RS

Law Minister D V Sadananda Gowda conceded to the demands made by a member each of JD(U) and BJP that the Delhi High Court (Amendment) Bill be deferred and taken up along with another pending bill which seeks to create commercial divisions in High Courts to ...
 Jagran Post3 hours ago RS defers tabling of Delhi HC Act, 1966*  NetIndia123.com1 hour ago RS defers move to hike pecuniary jurisdiction of Delhi High Court*  NetIndia123.com1 hour ago

India aims to amend arbitration law to lure foreign investors

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India plans to amend its arbitration law, setting time limits for courts and easing judicial rules to decide corporate disputes, as it seeks to attract more foreign investment, Law Minister Sadananda Gowda said on Tuesday. Many domestic ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Can foreign law firms enter India now?  Livemint.com2 days ago Patent law firms may catch up with copycats soon  Economic Times10 hours ago
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Banks, FIs to face action under new black money law: Das

New Delhi, Mar 4 (PTI) Under the new law on black money, banks and other financial institutions will also face action if they are found to have abetted stashing of illicit wealth, along with the action against the perpetrators and beneficiaries of ...
 Press Trust of India7 hours ago Banks, financial institutions to face action under new black money law: Das  ZeeNews.com5 hours ago 'Banks, FIs to face action under black money law'  Economic Times5 hours ago PTI - BLACKMONEY - Banks, FIs to face action under new black money law: Das  Namibia Press Agency6 hours ago
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H.S. Phoolka Vs. Jagdish Tytler: Delhi court frames charges against Tytler under defamation law

The court of Gaurav Rao, ACMM, Patiala House, New Delhi, today framed charges against Congress leader and Sikh genocide 1984 accused Jagdish Tytler under section 499/500 Indian Penal Code (IPC) for the defamatory statements made by him against senior lawyer ...
 Sikh Siyasat Online2 days ago TRS wants High Court to be bifurcated  Deccan Chronicle14 hours ago Coalgate scam: CBI to file special leave petition in Supreme Court against Delhi HC order  IBN Live2 weeks ago Coalscam: CBI to file SLP in Supreme Court against Delhi High Court order  Economic Times2 weeks ago

RBI refuses to share inspection reports

NEW DELHI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has refused to share its banks' inspection reports on alleged money laundering laws and other violations with Central Economic Intelligence Bureau (CEIB), citing legal hurdles. The RBI was required to share ...
 Times of India16 hours ago
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