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VVIP helicopter scam: Justice will be meted out, says Defence ...

VVIP Chopper scam: Sonia must clarify who got kickbacks, says Shah CPI(Maoist) threatens to blow up Bihar Assembly .... Two students drown in river First leg of FMSCI 2-wheeler rally on May One Skill training must lead to getting job, Lok ... United News of India, 6 days ago
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Govt to amend I-T Act to woo foreign investors

In line with Justice A P Shah panel recommendations, the government on Monday proposed changes in the Income-Tax Act to resolve issues with regards to applicability of MAT on capital gains made by foreign institutional investors prior to assessment year 2016-17. The Minimum Alternate Tax has been levied on all companies except those in infrastructure and power sectors, since late 1980s. While the issue had riled foreign portfolio investors, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his last year Budget ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Follow Haryana's Example in Giving Corruption-Free Govt: Shah  Outlook India1 week ago Haryana has given corruption-free govt, says Amit Shah  The Statesman1 week ago
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HC appoints Justice Mudgal to oversee IPL 2016 matches at Delhi's Feroz Shah Kotla

The bench stated on Thursday that the DDCA will extend full co-operation to Mudgal.
 Zee News3 weeks ago High Court Appoints Justice Mukul Mudgal to Oversee Indian Premier League Matches at Ferozeshah Kotla  Asia Net India3 weeks ago IPL 2016: Justice Mudgal set to oversee matches at Kotla  India Today3 weeks ago
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Justice Shah panel gets more time to study ONGC-RIL gas dispute

The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has extended the term of Justice AP Shah Committee looking into the gas dispute of ONGC and Reliance Industries Ltd till July 31. A senior official of the...
 Business Line1 month ago RIL, ONGC gas dispute: Shah panel tenure extended  Economic Times1 month ago ONGC-RIL gas dispute: Govt extends Shah panel's tenure by three months  News on Air1 month ago CRIL, ONGC gas dispute: Shah panel tenure extended to July end  Asian Age1 month ago
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Can't control what ICC is saying over Feroz Shah Kotla issue: HC

A bench of justices S Muralidhar and Vibhu Bakhru also clarified to the cricketing body that requisite clearances for hosting the match would be subject to the compliances and DDCA should talk to International Cricket Council (ICC) about it.
 Times of India1 month ago Speculation ends! DDCA gets clearance to host World T20 semi-final  Rediff.com1 month ago Feroz Shah Kotla gets Delhi High Court's nod to host World T20 matches  India Today2 months ago Feroz Shah Kotla gets Shashank Manohar's nod for ICC World T20  India Today2 months ago
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Cong seeks Shah panel report on graft charges; stages walkout

Opposition Congress today staged a walkout from Gujarat Assembly demanding tabling of the report of Justice M B Shah Commission which was set up to probe charges of corruption and irregularities against BJP dispensation in the state. The commission ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Cong demands tabling of Shah commission report in Guj Assembly  Business Standard1 month ago 'Let Shah panel reports be part of Law students' curriculum'  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Sanghvi and Dahiya get directives from ombudsman in conflict cases

Justice (retired) AP Shah, the BCCI ombudsman, has ruled that former India spinner Rahul Sanghvi was in violation of the BCCI's internal conflict-of-interest rules by serving as selector of the Delhi senior and Under-23 teams during the 2015-16 season while ...
 ESPN Cricinfo1 month ago BCCI media manager cleared of Conflict of Interest charge  Rediff.com2 months ago BCCI selector, media manager cleared of conflict charge  ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago No case of conflict against Ganguly - BCCI ombudsman  ESPN Cricinfo2 months ago
Times of India

'Have right to think differently': Justice AP Shah at JNU

ya Roy Chowdhury | Mar 22, 2016, 10.05 PM IST Highlights Panel questions manner of enquiry on February 9 incidents on JNU campus Some speakers feel action against students was hurried Speakers slam action of some lawyers at Patiala House court Former Chief ...
 Times of India1 month ago JNU should have provided evidences to students:Justice AP Shah  Times of India1 month ago JNUTA to hold 'public hearing' on Afzal Guru row probe panel  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Congress Demands White Paper On Illegal Mining in Goa

The Justice M B Shah Commission in its inquiry report, submitted to the Supreme Court, had stated that the illegal mining in Goa was to the tune of Rs 35,000 crore, Mr Kamat claimed. Panaji: The BJP-led government in Goa should come out with a ...
 NDTV4 days ago One more from Karnataka figures in Panama list  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Cong demands white paper on illegal mining in Goa  Press Trust of India4 days ago Goa extends tax exemption for mining trucks till March 2017  Economic Times1 month ago

My hands are tied, BCCI ombudsman tells NCC

The BCCI ombudsman, Justice (Retd) A.P. Shah, has informed the aggrieved Kolkata-based National Cricket Club (NCC) members that, according to the BCCI, its not within his jurisdiction to look into complaints against BCCI administrators directly. Last December ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Ombudsman seeks clarity  The Hindu2 months ago
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