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Finance Minister for giving power to consumers to file class action suits

Finance Minister for giving power to consumers to file class action suits

29 May 2015

New Delhi: To protect consumers, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Friday said they need to be given powers to file class action suits against errant sellers and consumer forums should be strengthened in the wake of growing e-commerce trade.

Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   E commerce,   Class Action Suits,   Consumer Protection Act,   Latest Business News ,  
Time for Sepp Blatter to go, says Australian former FIFA official

Time for Sepp Blatter to go, says Australian former FIFA official

28 May 2015

Sydney: Australian Les Murray, a former member of FIFA's Ethics Committee, says it is time for Sepp Blatter's long reign as president of soccer's governing body to come to an end, even if there is no evidence the Swiss is personally corrupt.

Les Murray,   FIFA Ethics Committee,   Sepp Blatter,   soccer governing body,   Latest News,  
Tornado kills 13 in Mexican border city of Ciudad

Tornado kills 13 in Mexican border city of Ciudad

26 May 2015

Mexico: 13 people died after a violent tornado hit northern Mexico border city of Ciudad Acuna, said a government official. "Up to now 13 people have been officially confirmed dead," said Luis Felipe Puente on Monday, head of the Secretariat of the Interior's ( Segob) National Coordination for Civil Protection, via his personal Twitter account, Xinhua reported.

Tornado in Mexico,   Mexican border city,   Tornado in Ciudad,   National Coordination for Civil Protection,   Emergency Management Office,  Latest world news ,  
 <strong>Rights</strong> groups hail referendum win on gay marriage in Ireland

Rights groups hail referendum win on gay marriage in Ireland

23 May 2015

London: Gay rights groups hailed victory in Ireland's referendum to allow same-sex marriage on Saturday after the 'No' campaigners effectively conceded defeat in the historic vote.

Gay rights,   Ireland gay marriage,   John Murray,   Iona Institute,   Republic of Ireland,   Latest world news,   Latest,  
SAI to take decision on matters concerning para athletes

SAI to take decision on matters concerning para athletes

26 May 2015

New Delhi: With the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) suspended, the Sports Ministry has decided that all matters relating to Para-athletes, including selection of athletes for various events, will be taken care of by Sports Authority of India (SAI).

SAI,   Paralympic Committee of India,   Para athletes,   Olympics,   Latest sports news,  
NDA will win maximum seats in Bihar Assembly polls, says Ram Vilas Paswan

NDA will win maximum seats in Bihar Assembly polls, says Ram Vilas Paswan

25 May 2015

Mumbai: Union Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Sunday exuded confidence that the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will get maximum seats in the ensuing Bihar Assembly elections.

Food Minister,   Ram Vilas Paswan,   National Democratic Alliance,   NDA,   Bihar Assembly elections,  
Centre clears 21 FDI proposals worth Rs 281 crore, defers Kotak Mahindra Bank proposal

Centre clears 21 FDI proposals worth Rs 281 crore, defers Kotak Mahindra Bank proposal

25 May 2015

New Delhi: The government has cleared 21 foreign direct investment (FDI) deals worth Rs 281 crore but deferred Kotak Mahindra Bank's proposal to hike foreign investment limit in the bank to 55 per cent.

FDI proposals,   Kotak Bank,   Kotak bank proposals,   Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs,   CCEA,   La Renon Healthcare,   Latest business news ,  
ICC Cricket <strong>Committee</strong> recommends Day-Night Tests

ICC Cricket Committee recommends Day-Night Tests

18 May 2015

Mumbai: The ICC Cricket Committee has recommended the Test Playing nations to try out Day-Night Test matches after a lengthy discussion during its recent two-day meeting that concluded on Saturday.

ICC Cricket Committee,   Test Playing nations,   Day Night Test matches,   Latest News,  
ICC cricket <strong>committee</strong> recommends removal of batting powerplay

ICC cricket committee recommends removal of batting powerplay

18 May 2015

Mumbai: Acknowledging that the balance had shifted too far in favour of batsmen in limited-overs format, the ICC cricket committee on Monday recommended the removal of batting powerplay besides allowing five fielders outside the circle in the last 10 overs.

Batsmen and bowler,   limited overs cricket,   ICC cricket committee,   batting powerplay,   fielders outside circle,   Latest news,   cricket rules,  
Mahasweta Devi’s criticism of Mamata government encourages CPM

Mahasweta Devi’s criticism of Mamata government encourages CPM

23 Nov 2011

The intellectuals’ criticism of the Trinamool Congress government decision to cancel meeting at Metro Channel has encouraged the Left Front leaders in West Bengal.

Trinamool Congress government,   Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee,   Committee for Protection of Democratic Rights (CPDR),   TMC-Congress ,   Mahasweta Devi’s criticism of Mamata government encourages CPM ,  

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