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Will not take immediate <strong>decision</strong> on Lokpal: Centre tells SC

Will not take immediate decision on Lokpal: Centre tells SC

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Centre on Thursday informed the Supreme Court that it will not take any immediate decision on the appointment of chairperson and members of the Lokpal, virtually indicating that a decision in this regard might be left to the new government after the Lok Sabha elections.

Supreme Court,   Lokpal,   Lok Sabha elections 2014,   R M Lodha,   NGO Common Cause,  
Italy mulling international arbitration over two marines

Italy mulling international arbitration over two marines

24 Apr 2014

Rome: Italy is mulling international arbitration over its two marines accused of killing two Indian fishermen in 2012 as bilateral efforts have failed, Defence Minister Federica Mogherini said on Thursday.

Italian marines,   Indian fishermen,   Federica Mogherini,   Fishermen killing,   Supreme Court,  
SC forms <strong>panel</strong> to revamp guidelines on government ads

SC forms panel to revamp guidelines on government ads

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has constituted a three-member committee to frame guidelines to regulate issuance of advertisements and to prevent misuse of public funds by the government and its authorities with an obvious political message

Supreme Court,   P Sathasivam,   N R Madhava Menon,   T K Viswanathan,   Ranjit Kumar,  
DGCA <strong>panel</strong> suggests steps to avoid flight diversion due to fog

DGCA panel suggests steps to avoid flight diversion due to fog

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: In a bid to check fog-related diversions from IGI Airport, a DGCA panel has recommended several steps like upgrading of neighbouring alternative airports, meteorological facilities and runway radar coverage.

IGI Airport,   DGCA,   meteorological facilities,   runway radar coverage,   flight diversion during fog,  
Lalit Modi welcomes SC <strong>decision</strong> on IPL spot-fixing probe committee

Lalit Modi welcomes SC decision on IPL spot-fixing probe committee

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Former IPL Commissioner Lalit Modi welcomed Supreme Court's decision to ask Justice Mukul Mudgal Committee to continue the IPL spot-fixing probe, hoping that it will "blow the lid" on corruption in the Twnety20 league.

Lalit Modi,   IPL spot-fixing,   IPL probe,   IPL probe panel,   Srinivasan,   IPL scandal,   Gurunath Meiyappan,   Indian Premier League,   Justice Mudgal,  
Compensation should be given to seriously affected clinical trial patients: SC

Compensation should be given to seriously affected clinical trial patients: SC

23 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday asked the Centre to submit details of the number of deaths and severe adverse effects (SAEs) caused to people during the clinical trials.

Supreme Court,   SC ruling on clinical trials,   clinical trials on poor people,   pharma companies,   clinical trial on people,   Swasthya Adhikar Manch,  
SC asks DoT to file affidavit on blocking porn sites

SC asks DoT to file affidavit on blocking porn sites

22 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has asked the Secretary of Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to file affidavit on whether the Centre is competent to issue direction to Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to block porn sites particularly those showing child pornography.

Supreme Court,   DoT,   blocking porn sites,   Internet Service Providers,   Department of Telecommunications,  
Foreign stake: HDFC Bank says law can't apply retrospectively

Foreign stake: HDFC Bank says law can't apply retrospectively

22 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Private sector HDFC Bank said parent HDFC, which is majority-owned by FIIs, shouldn't be considered as foreign because changes in the law defining overseas stake in a firm cannot apply retrospectively.

HDFC Bank,   Private sector,   RBI,   banning foreign investors,   Supreme Court judge ,  
BCCI suggests three-man committee to probe IPL scandal

BCCI suggests three-man committee to probe IPL scandal

21 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Faced with a credibility crisis, the BCCI has suggested to the Supreme Court a three-member committee, including former cricketer Ravi Shastri and ex-CBI director RK Raghavan, to probe the IPL spot-fixing scandal but the move was promptly opposed by the petitioner Aditya Verma.

BCCI,   Supreme Court,   IPL scandal,   IPL corruption,   Mudgal Committee report,  
Poll <strong>panel</strong> has proper medicines to ensure fair polls: EC’s special observer to Bengal

Poll panel has proper medicines to ensure fair polls: EC’s special observer to Bengal

23 Apr 2014

Kolkata: Asserting that the Election Commission was not afraid of anyone, its special observer to West Bengal Sudhir Kumar Rakesh on Tuesday said the poll panel has proper ‘medicines’ to ensure peaceful and fair polls.

Election Commission,   Poll panel,   West Bengal,   Sudhir Kumar Rakesh,   Trinamool Congress,   Birbhum,  

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