Law division in the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, has been involved in various capacities regarding cyber security for over two decades. He is part of the Department of Electronics and IT (DeitY). "Rai will take over as Cyber Security ... Business Standard, 18 hours ago
Ministry of Finance of Republic of India : Shri K.M. Mani, Minister of Finance, Law and Housing, Kerala, to take over as the new Chairman of the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers.
Shri K.M. Mani, Minister of Finance, Law and Housing, Kerala, to take over as the new Chairman of the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers. The Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers held a meeting under the Chairmanship of Shri ...4 Traders, 6 days ago Kerala min Mani named GST Empowered Committee chief Millennium Post, 5 days ago KM Mani becomes new chairman of GST panel Manorama Online, 6 days ago Kerala FM to head GST panel Calcutta Telegraph, 6 days ago
Amdist ongoing row over "ghar wapsi", BJP leader and union minister Kalraj Mishra on Wednesday said an anti-coversion law was needed and every party must support it. "We have been saying from the beginning that a law should be framed on ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Minister Kalraj Mishra pitches for anti-conversion law Economic Times, 1 week ago Union Minister Kalraj Mishra bats for anti-conversion law DNA India, 1 week ago Ghar wapsi:All political parties must support Anti-conversion law, says Kalraj Mishra Samaylive, 1 week ago
The home ministry feels scrapping of Section 66A of IT Act will have little effect on the capability of law enforcement agencies in dealing with social media posts in support of a terrorist organization or those aimed at spreading communal hatred.Times of India, 1 week ago How govt can still go after social media posts Economic Times, 1 week ago Scrapping of 66A: Govt can still use UAP Act to go after posts that fan terror, hatred Economic Times, 1 week ago
The home ministry is set to reject the demand of intelligence agencies for a blanket exemptionINooz, 1 week ago Home Ministry set to junk intelligence's plea for exemption from RTI Economic Times, 1 week ago Home Ministry may junk intelligence's plea for RTI exemption Economic Times, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: For a second time in the past week, Union minister Maneka Gandhi has come out with a view contradictory to that of her government. Expressing opposition to the proposed amendments to the anti-dowry Act, Maneka said the legislation was ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Maneka against dilution of anti-dowry law Times of India, 1 week ago
rules pertaining to e-voting, powers of board, and debenture issues. The Corporate Affairs Ministry has made new amendments to rules under the Companies Act, 2013 -- whose most provisions came into force from April 1 last year. "The amendments are very much ...Business Standard, 1 week ago Corp Affairs Ministry revamps e-voting norms Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago Centre tweaks companies law to ease trade Asian Age, 1 week ago Government eases compliance norms under companies law Economic Times, 1 week ago
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Minister for Women and Child Development, Maneka Gandhi, has expressed her opposition to the proposal seeking amendment to the anti-dowry law saying the present legislation was women-friendly. "I don't think the law should be changed. I feel that ...India TV, 1 week ago Juvenile Act to be amended: Maneka Gandhi Asian Age, 2 weeks ago For Minister Maneka Gandhi, a Big Setback on a Cause She Championed Current News India, 1 month ago
The law Commission of India today submitted its Report No. 255 on “Electoral Reforms” to the Union Law and Justice Ministry. Informing this to the Media persons here in New Delhi Justice Shri A. P. Shah, Chairman Law Commission of India said the 201 page ...PIB, 2 weeks ago MPs: Create law to control lobbying Daily Nation, 1 week ago Law Ministry gets Rs 212.29 cr for justice delivery mission Deccan Herald, 1 month ago Even after 6 months, Law Ministry keeps its own PM waiting for an answer IndiaTV News, 1 month ago
Former law minister and senior Congress leader Hans Raj Bhardwaj on Thursday termed as “sheer hypocrisy” the statement of his then Cabinet colleague P. Chidambaram welcoming the Supreme Court judgment striking down a controversial provision in the IT law.Asian Age, 5 days ago Chidambaram statement on Supreme Court order on IT Act sheer hypocrisy: Bhardwaj Jagran Post, 5 days ago
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