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Labour code on wages likely to be passed in budget session

Looking to bring a wave of labour reforms this year, the government will push its first labour code -- Wage Code Bill -- in the forthcoming budget session which would enable it to set benchmark minimum wage for different regions. "Wage Code Bill will be the ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

Legal forum: 'Courts should fine people who try to waste time'

The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, a not-for-profit legal think tank, released its annual briefing book titled "15 Legal Reforms for Karnataka" at Mother Tekla Auditorium on Friday. The event marked the release of three reports — a study of financing of ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago

Scientist sacked for sexually harassing junior colleague

A top Indian scientist has been sacked by a government research institute on the charge of sexually harassing a junior female colleague. The dismissed scientist, Kanury V S Rao, was a member of all the three science academies - Indian National Science ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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Shah Rukh in trouble! I-T dept attaches Alibag farmhouse

The star allegedly applied to purchase the agricultural land for farming but constructed a farmhouse there for personal use instead. IMAGE: Shah Rukh Khan with Farah Khan at his farmhouse in Alibag on his birthday last year. Photograph: Kind courtesy Farah Khan/Instagram The Income Tax department has provisionally attached Shah Rukh Khan’s farmhouse in Alibag, a beach town in Maharashtra. The attachment notice was issued to Déjà Vu Farms under the Prohibition of Benami ...
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Don't judge China with a fossilised mindset

'There is no Buddha or Gandhi among countries, existing for the service of others; they all exist for the good of themselves.''For each country, its own interests should be paramount, and it is futile and churlish to expect China to be an exception to this rule,' says B S Raghavan, the distinguished civil servant and long-time China-watcher. People's Liberation Army soldiers at a drill in Beijing. Photograph: Peter Kujundzic/Reuters Ever since China rediscovered itself after the first few ...
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SC upholds HC order acquitting filmmaker in rape case

The apex court rejected the plea filed by the 30-year-old woman, saying it would not interfere with the high court's 'well-written judgment'. It also said the woman appeared to have responded in a 'positive manner' when they had met on the day of alleged incident and it was a case of 'relationship' in which they have known each other. Peepli Live' co-director Mahmood Farooqui on Friday got a major relief from the Supreme Court which dismissed an American woman's plea challenging a ...
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Padmaavat – A learning experience for all filmmakers

The film Padmaavat (earlier named Padmavati ) has taught all filmmakers and others concerned with the Film Industry that the fundamental right guaranteed under Article 19(1)(a) (freedom of expression) of the Constitution of India are well protected and cannot ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago

Pre-check by IB must for appointments to regulatory bodies: Govt

A prior background check by the Intelligence Bureau will be a must for candidates shortlisted for appointments as chiefs and members of regulatory bodies such as SEBI and TRAI, and various tribunals, according to new rules. The selection of chairperson and ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

NCLTs get 4,300 insolvency petitions since inception in May 2016

Since the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) was set up 18 months ago, over 4,300 cases have been filed at its various benches for resolution process, according to the Reserve Bank data. The insolvency and bankruptcy code came into existence with the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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No impact on 122 junked 2G licences: Ex SC Judge

Former Supreme Court Judge GS Singhvi, who headed the apex court bench which in 2012 cancelled 122 2G spectrum licences, on Friday said yesterday's judgment of the CBI Special Court would have no impact on the status of the cancelled licences. The other ...
 DNA2 months ago
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