ZCZC PRI ESPL LGL NAT .MUMBAI LGB9 COURT-STAMP Ex-Mumbai cop, Telgi aide acquitted in fake stamp scam case Mumbai, Nov 30 (PTI) A special CBI court today acquitted a former assistant inspector of police and another person in connection with a ... India.com, 1 week ago
No matter which way you look at it, it is a measure of the lack of planning behind the demonetisation move that the union government is being forced to review its decisions every second day. One such decision was to stop toll collection at toll plazas across ...catchnews.com, 4 days ago
Email this Print Strip searches, overlapping Central Industrial Security Force teams manning closed-circuit television cameras and stiff integrity checks for employees mark the world's largest operations at India's four currency presses. No ...Smart Investor, 5 days ago Currency presses groan under new deadline Smart Investor, 5 days ago
Rs 500, Rs 1,000 ban: It's our turn to play soldier; present discomfort a small price to pay….writes Bikram Vohra If the India Today report on the selling of a set of printing presses from Nasik in an open auction with the dyes intact has even ...Asian Lite, 3 weeks ago Rs 500, Rs 1,000 ban: It's our turn to play soldier; present discomfort a small price to pay Firstpost.com, 3 weeks ago
Mahinder P (name changed), an IIM Bangalore student, conceived an idea to build a Tinder like app for jobs. But, he wanted assistance to convert his idea into a product, and thus began the hunt for the right co-founder. Mahinder met many people ...Smart Investor, 1 month ago India sees business partners take lie detector tests to verify trust Smart Investor, 1 month ago
Senior lawyer Pradeep Gharat has been appointed as a special public prosecutor in all cases in which deported gangster Rajendra Nikalje alias Chhota Rajan is an accused, including the murder of journalist J. Dey. Advocate Gharat was the special public ...Asian Age, 2 months ago Spl public prosecutor named for all cases involving Chhota Rajan Millennium Post, 2 months ago Spl. public prosecutor named for all cases involving Rajan The Hindu, 2 months ago
Instead of taking the moral high ground and resorting to a ban, the government should've turned the screws on dance bars by enforcing the existing licence conditions, says Anil Singh. The Maharashtra government is tying itself up in knots over the dance bar ban but had it simply enforced the routine licence conditions for such bars, it would have been spared repeated embarrassment in the Supreme Court, the latest one being accused of possessing a regressive mindset. These bars, a heady ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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