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DEA Secretary says cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are dabba-trading; signals a new crypto policy in few months
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DEA Secretary says cryptocurrencies like bitcoin are dabba-tra...

The Chief Secretary of the department of economic affairs has equated cryptocurrencies with dabba trading. Law finds dabba trading as a parallel stock market, that results in unaccounted money, mostly via circular trading. SEBI, the Indian stock-market ... Sify, 2 months ago

Bankruptcy law has to be considerate towards MSMEs: Goyal

There is a need to be considerate towards small and medium enterprises within the bankruptcy resolution framework as a more liberal approach is required to deal with their issues, Union minister Piyush Goyal said today."We have to be more considerate about ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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CCI slaps Rs 136 crore penalty on Google

The Competition Commission on Thursday imposed a fine of Rs 136 crore on Internet giant Google for unfair business practices in the Indian market for online search. After a detailed probe on the complaints filed in 2012, the regulator through a majority order ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Google fined Rs 136 crore for 'search bias' by Competition Commission  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Noose the best bet for execution: Centre to Suprme Court

The Narendra Modi government backed continuing to execute the capital punishment by hanging by the neck, over other means, particularly lethal injection. Tuesday it told the Supreme Court that making the process of death penalty comfortable and serene would ...
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Parliament not immune to 'casting couch': Renuka

Photograph: Tanushree Punwani/Reuters Parliament is not immune to the casting couch, Congress leader Renuka Chowdhury on Tuesday said, describing the practice as the 'bitter truth' not just of the film industry but of all work spaces. The Congress member of Parliament also attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, alleging that he had 'snatched' her dignity when he said during a debate in the Rajya Sabha that she reminded him of a character in the Ramayana serial aired on television. "It's the ...
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Prashant Bhushan: 'Real Tiger in Court'

His recent walkout from Chief Justice Dipak Misra's court earned him critics in courts. 'Yet, even the senior-most judges give him the respect that he deserves.'Veer Arjun Singh meets senior advocate and activist Prashant Bhushan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com It is 10.30 am on a Tuesday morning at the Supreme Court. Tense-faced people are stumbling across the gates and multiple security checkpoints to make it to their respective hearings in time. Keeping pace with them are lawyers ...
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Before India regulates customers' private data usage by app makers, here's what should be taken into account

The issue of data leak has got the western world worried. The Europe Union is all set to launch General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from May this year, while the United States is grilling Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on charges of influencing ...
 catchnews.com3 days ago

India, Nordic countries pledge to deepen cooperation

[Sweden] April 18 (ANI): India and Nordic countries on Tuesday pledged to deepen cooperation at the Nordic Summit hosted by Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Prime ...
 Sify6 days ago
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Ex-bureaucrats blame PM for India's 'darkest hour'

A group of retired civil servants also called upon the PM to reach out to the families of the victims in Unnao and Kathua and "seek their forgiveness on behalf of all of us". Not in My Name, says India over Kathua, Unnao rape cases IMAGE: The bureaucrats also also asked the PM to remove anyone from the government who has been associated with hate crimes and hate speeches. Photograph: Shahbaz Khan/PTI Photo This is post-independent India's "darkest hour", a group of retired civil ...
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Mosul massacre: Why Punjab’s jobless youth are risking everything to work in war-ravaged Iraq

They left home dreaming of better lives and returned in caskets. Yet, despite the deaths of Indian workers in Iraq, thousands of men in Punjab still hope to find a job in the war-torn land and mostly through illegal channels. Of the 39 labourers who went to ...
 DNA1 week ago Why, despite Mosul massacre, Punjab's youth still want to go to Iraq  Rediff.com1 week ago
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