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13 accidents in 9 months; international airport road turns killer stretch
Times of India

13 accidents in 9 months; international airport road turns kil...

MOHALI: With a toll of 13 accidents in the last nine months, the new international airport road has earned the title of "killer road." According to traffic experts, scanty police presence emboldens motorists to speed on this stretch, particularly at ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Bihar govt fields a weak lawyer to argue Shahabuddin's bail in SC: Sushil Modi

Former deputy chief minister and BJP leader Sushil Modi has alleged the Bihar government has again fielded a weak lawyer like Gopal Singh to argue Shahabuddin's case. Sushil Modi Former deputy chief minister and BJP leader Sushil Modi has ...
 India Today1 week ago

RBI sets up working group on hedging of commodity price risk

— By PTI | Sep 15, 2016 05:20 am FOLLOW US: Mumbai : The Reserve Bank of India has set up a working group to review the guidelines for hedging of commodity price risk by residents in the overseas market amid rising volumes of cross-border trade. ...
 The Freepress Journal2 weeks ago

Waist-deep after 6 hours...

An aerial view of flooded streets after the heavy rain and (below) people move to safer places with their valuables. PTI pictures Monday's midnight-to-morning downpour left Patna in waist-deep misery. Residents woke up to complete chaos with ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Scions Of Themis And Zeus

The typical Indian judge is Hindu, upper-class, upper-caste and male. The statement drew a few titters at an event in the national capital late in August. But Dr Mohan Gopal, former director of the National Judicial Academy, was speaking in earnest ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago
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Government bonds get easier to buy

Bonds and treasury bills are now more easily available to individuals. But will the retail investors go for them or let them go The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the government are keen on retail investors accessing the mostly institutional ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Retired TSRTC workers await gratuity

HYDERABAD: Sixty-one year old G Chandraiah has worked hard for Road Transport Corporation for 37-years and three years after his retirement, he is a man neck deep in debt. After retiring from service as an assistant manager (finance), he now dons ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Mid Day

Under 18 will not be allowed to participate in Dahi Handi: SC

By Vinay Dalvi| Posted 1 hour Despite resistance from the state government, Supreme Court upholds a 2014 Bombay High Court order that forbade those under 18 from participating in human pyramids After years of uncertainty, the matter has been ...
 Mid Day1 month ago
Rediff.com

Centre-Delhi power tussle: SC refuses to entertain AAP govt's plea

The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a Delhi government plea that the high court be asked to first decide the preliminary issue as to whether it has the jurisdiction over disputes between the Centre and the state or is it "exclusively" triable by the apex court. The apex court also asked the Delhi government, which had moved the high court seeking judgment on a acope of its powers under Article 239 AA of the Constitution, to approach it only after the Delhi high court decides all ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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