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Goa's mining mess may land up at SC door again

Goa's mining mess may land up at SC door again

16 Sep 2014

Panaji: The Supreme Court may soon have to adjudicate over the Goa government's questionable efforts to restart the tainted multi-billion rupee iron ore mining sector, which has been plagued by a Rs 35,000 crore scam involving a nexus of politicians and bureaucrats.

Supreme Court,   SC,   Bombay High Court,   BJP,   Congress,   Iron ore in Goa,   Mining in Goa ,  
Consider giving ex-gratia for flood-hit people: <strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> to J&K govt

Consider giving ex-gratia for flood-hit people: Supreme Court to J&K govt

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court asked the Jammu and Kashmir government to consider giving ex-gratia payment for people affected by the floods and to immediately take up the issue of restoring banking facilities in the affected areas. The bench of Chief Justice RM Lodha, Justice Kurian Joseph and Justice Rohinton Fali Nariman said that coupled with the rescue and relief operation, focus should be on the rehabilitation of people.

ex-gratia,   flood-hit people,   Supreme Court,   Kashmir government,   flood,   resuce operation J-K flood,   natural calamity,  
<strong>Sebi</strong> bars Kolkata's Weird Industries from raising funds

Sebi bars Kolkata's Weird Industries from raising funds

16 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Continuing with strict action on entities illegally raising public money, Sebi has barred Kolkata-based Weird Industries from mobilizing public funds and restricted it as well as its directors from accessing the securities market.

Weird Industries Ltd,   Sebi,   mobilise funds,   stock exchange,   Hari Pada,  
E-rickshaws to carry 4 passengers at a time, say draft rules

E-rickshaws to carry 4 passengers at a time, say draft rules

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A mandatory driving licence and a maximum speed limit of 25 km per hour are among the conditions that the central government will impose for allowing plying of e-rickshaws, which had been banned by the Delhi High Court for want of regulations.

e-rickshaws,   speed limit of e-rickshaws,   Delhi High Court,   Ministry of Road Transport and Highways,   Central Motor Vehicles Rules,   Nitin Gadkari,  
Government files affidavit in High <strong>Court</strong> regarding liquor policy

Government files affidavit in High Court regarding liquor policy

16 Sep 2014

Kochi: Kerala Government on Tuesday informed the High Court that it was its 'avowed' policy to reduce liquor consumption in the state stage by stage and to achieve the goal of total Prohibition within a 10 year span.

Kerala government,   liquor policy,   A P Anil Kumar,   Kerela liquor policy,   BJP ,  
SC orders Prashant Bhushan to divulge whistleblower’s name in sealed envelope

SC orders Prashant Bhushan to divulge whistleblower’s name in sealed envelope

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday directed advocate Prashant Bhushan, who has levelled allegations against CBI Director Ranjit Sinha of protecting accused in the 2G case, to reveal the name of the whistleblower from whom he got CBI documents and guest list at the top cop's residence.

Supreme Court,   Prashant Bhushan,   CBI Director,   Ranjit Sinha,   whistleblower,   sealed envelope,   2G scam,   Apex Court,  
CLT20 ideal preparation before ODI series <strong>vs</strong> India: Ravi Rampaul

CLT20 ideal preparation before ODI series vs India: Ravi Rampaul

15 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Senior West Indies pacer Ravi Rampaul feels that playing for Barbados Tridents in the ongoing Oppo Champions League T20 in India will help him "boost his confidence" ahead of the five-match ODI series against the hosts, starting in another three weeks time.

West Indies pacer Ravi Rampaul,   Champions League T20,  
<strong>Sebi</strong> settles disclosure violation case with Count N Denier

Sebi settles disclosure violation case with Count N Denier

15 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Sebi has settled a case against Count N Denier after the company made a payment of little over Rs 7 lakh as settlement fee in a case related to delay in compliance with the market regulator's disclosure norms.

Sebi,   Count N Denier,   Securities and Exchange Board of India,   High Powered Advisory Committee,   disclosure violation case ,  
Italian marine case: <strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> permits one of the marine to travel Italy

Italian marine case: Supreme Court permits one of the marine to travel Italy

12 Sep 2014

New Delhi:  Italian marine, detained for the 2012 killing of two fishermen, to fly home on medical grounds, the Supreme Court on Friday granted permission to the marine to travel their home country for four months.

Italian marine case,   Supreme Court,   travel Italy,   SC,   humanitarian grounds,  
Delhi HC rejects PIL opposing post-poll alliances

Delhi HC rejects PIL opposing post-poll alliances

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday dismissed a PIL opposing the practice of forging post-poll alliances by political parties to gain power on the ground that electors were being kept in the dark about it at the time of casting their votes. "The petition is dismissed," a bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw said.

Delhi High court,   Post-poll alliance,   PIL,   Mithilesh Kumar Pandey,   Party manifesto,  

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