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Maintenance legal right of a married woman: Delhi Court

Maintenance legal right of a married woman: Delhi Court

30 Nov 2014

New Delhi: A Delhi court has refused to set aside the interim maintenance awarded to a woman and her child from her estranged husband in a domestic violence case, saying it is the "legal right of a married woman to claim maintenance from her husband".

Delhi court,   woman and child,   domestic violence case,   married woman,  
CCI dismisses <strong>case</strong> against Co-operative Societies

CCI dismisses case against Co-operative Societies

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Fair trade regulator Competition Commission of India(CCI) has dismissed a complaint alleging anti-competitive practices against Co-operative Societies (Punjab) for supply of certain agricultural products, saying that the matter does not fall under its purview.

Competition Commission of India,   alleging anti-competitive practices,   against Co-operative Societies (Punjab),   supply of certain agricultural products,   complaint filed,   Malwa Industrial & Marketing Ferti-chem Co-operative Society Ltd,   (MARKFED),   co-operative societies in Punjab,   issued a policy for distribution of fertiliser,   Primary Co-operative Agricultural Service Societies,   Co-operative Marketing-cum-Processing Societies,   ,  
Ready for talks with Modi on Babri issue: Oldest litigant

Ready for talks with Modi on Babri issue: Oldest litigant

03 Dec 2014

Ayodhya (UP): The oldest litigant in the Babri Masjid case on Wednesday said he was ready for talks with the Prime Minister for peaceful negotiations in the matter only if he promises that he will ensure punishment to those accused of its demolition.

Ayodhya,   Oldest litigant,   Babri Masjid case,   Prime Minister,   Babri demolition,   Hashim Ansari,  
Google reaches out-of-court settlement in UK defamation <strong>case</strong>

Google reaches out-of-court settlement in UK defamation case

25 Nov 2014

London: Google Inc said on Monday it had reached a settlement with a British businessman over defamatory postings in its search results describing him as a pedophile, a murderer and a money-launderer.

Google Inc,   British businessman,   Defamatory postings,   Search results,   Pedophile,   Google cases,  
Royal Dutch Shell Plc wins tax <strong>case</strong>

Royal Dutch Shell Plc wins tax case

19 Nov 2014

MUMBAI: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday ruled in favour of the Indian unit of Royal Dutch Shell Plc in a multi-million dollar tax dispute, the latest verdict against the tax department that has been vigorously pursing claims against foreign firms in India.

Royal Dutch Shell Plc,   Shell,   Shell in India,   Bombay High Court,   tax department ,  
Burdwan blast <strong>case</strong>: Suspected Myanmar national held

Burdwan blast case: Suspected Myanmar national held

18 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested a suspected Myanamar national, who was allegedly trained by Pakistan-based terror group Tehrik-i-Taliban, from Hyderabad in connection with the Burdwan blast case.

Burdwan blast case,   Suspected Myanmar national,   suspect held,   bomb blast,   terrorism,  
CBI pushes for perjury <strong>case</strong> against Prashant Bhushan

CBI pushes for perjury case against Prashant Bhushan

17 Nov 2014

New Delhi: CBI on Monday moved an application before Supreme Court for slapping a perjury case against lawyer Prashant Bhushan and the petitioner represented by him for making "mischievous" statement to "deliberately and intentionally" mislead the apex court.

CBI,   moved an application,   Supreme Court,   slapping a perjury case,   lawyer,   Prashant Bhushan,   petitioner represented,   mischievous statement,   deliberately and intentionally,   mislead the apex court,  
Babu Bokhiria acquitted in illegal limestone mining <strong>case</strong>

Babu Bokhiria acquitted in illegal limestone mining case

17 Nov 2014

Rajkot: In a major relief for Gujarat Agriculture Minister Babu Bokhiria, the Porbandar Sessions Court on Monday overturned his conviction by a lower court in 2013, and acquitted him in a case pertaining to illegal mining of limestone worth Rs 54 crore.

Babu Bokhiria,   illegal limestone mining case,   Gujarat Agriculture Minister,   illegal mining,   Narendra Modi,   Anandiben Patel,  
New smartphone <strong>case</strong> that can print selfies in seconds

New smartphone case that can print selfies in seconds

17 Nov 2014

London: A French company has developed a brand new smartphone case that can print selfies from the phone itself in less than a minute.

smartphone case,   selfies,   print selfies,   Prynt,   Bluetooth,   iPhone 6,   Plus Samsung Galaxy Note,  
Protests erupt in New York after jury decision in police death

Protests erupt in New York after jury decision in police death

04 Dec 2014

New York: Thousands of protesters hit the streets of New York after a grand jury declined to charge a white police officer in the choking death of a black man, days after a similar decision sparked unrest in US cities.

New York protest,   black man death,   jury decision in police death,   Michael Brown,   Ferguson,   Missouri,   Eric Garner,   US racism case,  

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