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Deadline Alert: The Law Offices of Howard G. Smith Reminds Inv...

Law Offices of Howard G. Smith reminds investors that a class action lawsuit has been filed against Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. ("Nationstar" or the "Company") (NYSE: NSM). Investors who purchased or otherwise acquired Nationstar shares ..., 20 hours ago

CBI registers cases against Cotton Corporation

New Delhi CBI has registered three cases against officials of the Cotton Corporation of India and Agricultural Marketing Committees of some districts in Andhra Pradesh for allegedly releasing payment to middlemen based on forged documents. CBI ...
 DeshGujarat20 hours ago

Urgent: White police in Ohio university indicted for murdering unarmed black man

A University of Cincinnati white police officer was indicted on Wednesday on a murder charge for fatally shooting an unarmed black man during a traffic stop earlier this hours ago Watch Samuel DuBose Shooting Video: Cincinnati Officer Ray Tensing Charged With Murder Of Unarmed Black Motorist  International Business Times20 hours ago University of Cincinnati Officer Charged with Murder for Traffic Stop Shooting  Police Magazine20 hours ago

Industrial Info Resources Brings 50 New Jobs to Galway, Ireland

Ireland's Minister for Business & Employment, Ged Nash, was on hand this week in Galway to officially open the new offices of market intelligence company Industrial Info Resources (IIR) Europe and announce the creation of another 50 jobs over the ...
 SOA World Magazine20 hours ago

DOJ Inspector General Faults PwC Audit of Big Brothers Big Sisters

The Department of Justice's Office of Inspector General issued a report criticizing PricewaterhouseCoopers audit of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and has referred to the matter to the American Institute of CPAs Professional Ethics Division. ...
 Accounting Today20 hours ago

PGO: seven Russian officials suspected of crimes against Savchenko

The General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine appealed to Russia's Prosecutor General's Office to notify seven Russian officials on suspicion of committing crimes against a Ukrainian pilot and MP Nadia Savchenko, said Deputy Prosecutor General of ...
 UNIAN20 hours ago

Mario Cernadas Named COO Of Roy's Restaurant

Roy's Restaurant announced today the addition of Mario Cernadas as chief operating officer. With extensive experience in the restaurant industry, Cernadas will oversee daily operations of Roy's Restaurant. Previously, Cernadas served as chief ...
 Today's General Counsel20 hours ago

Cyclone Komen makes landfall in B'desh, heavy rains in Bengal, Odisha

Just in: Cyclone Komen makes landfall in Bangladesh. The storm has already claimed 27 lives in Bangladesh and Myanmar, reports the local media in Dhaka."After landfall, it will move westnorthwestwards and weaken gradually,' the MeT said. "Heavy to very heavy rainfall will occur at a few places with isolated extremely heavy falls over Gangetic West Bengal today and tomorrow," the Met office said. Wind speed reaching 6575 kmph gusting to 85 kmph would prevail along and off ...
 Rediff.com19 minutes ago Heavy rains lash Odisha, Bengal as Cyclone Komen nears  Rediff.com4 hours ago

HRW asks India to abolish death penalty after Yakub Memon's hanging

A leading human rights organisation today renewed its call for India to abolish death penalty after it executed 1993 Mumbai blast convict Yakub Memon, saying there is no evidence that the "cruel" form of punishment acts as a deterrent. Human Rights Watch said that India should adopt the message of Mahatma Gandhi that an "eye for an eye will make the whole world blind" as the practice of death penalty is "blinding the Indian Justice." "So, why does India cling to capital punishment? Perhaps ...
 Rediff.com25 minutes ago

India set to introduce Sports Fraud Bill to curb corruption

Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal plays a game of cricket. Photograph: PTI The spot-fixing and betting scandal in the Indian Premier League has prompted the government to push for introduction of Sports Fraud Bill in the Parliament in the ongoing monsoon session, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal said on Thursday.Sonowal said the Sports Fraud Bill will be sent to the Cabinet in a few days for approval before it is presented in the Parliament."It (the Bill) will be presented to the Cabinet in ...
 Rediff.com28 minutes ago
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