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US Court tosses USD 368 million patent case verdict against Apple

US Court tosses USD 368 million patent case verdict against Apple

17 Sep 2014

San Francisco: A federal appeals court tossed out a USD 368 million verdict against Apple, ruling that jurors were given evidence that may have skewed the sum.

Apple Inc,   Apple patents,   Patent wars,   patent rules,   US court,   VirnetX,   Science Applications,  
E-rickshaws to carry 4 passengers at a time, say draft <strong>rules</strong>

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,  
Green norms to be made more stringent for industry: Javadekar

Green norms to be made more stringent for industry: Javadekar

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Expressing concern over rising industrial and vehicular pollution in the country, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday said he wanted to make green norms more stringent for the industry and strengthen regulations for diesel vehicles. The minister, however, told the industry that the government would be "practical" in its approach and business leaders would be consulted before framing any rules in this regard.

Green norms,   stringent for industry,   Prakash Javadekar,   BJP,   Environment minister,   pollution,   Rules,  
<strong>Teacher</strong> Akhil, pupil Mandeep get set for same exam at Asiad

Teacher Akhil, pupil Mandeep get set for same exam at Asiad

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Ever heard of a teacher and a student appearing for the same exam? Well, come Asian Games, the boxing ring will present one such instance when the Indian duo of mentor Akhil Kumar and protege Mandeep Jangra fight it out for medals in their respective categories.

Asian Games,   boxing ring,   Akhil Kumar,   Mandeep Jangra,   Indian boxers,  
New Motor Bill: Steep penalties, 7-year jail for child death

New Motor Bill: Steep penalties, 7-year jail for child death

13 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Seeking to come down heavily on traffic offenders, government proposed steep penalties of up to Rs 3 lakh along with a minimum 7-year imprisonment for death of a child in certain circumstances, besides huge fines for driving violations.

Traffic offenders,   Traffic rules,   Modi government,   Traffic penalties,   Traffic fines,   Driving violations,  
FIFA medical officer wants strict new <strong>rules</strong> on concussion

FIFA medical officer wants strict new rules on concussion

10 Sep 2014

Manchester: Referees will be instructed to stop a match immediately for three minutes when a player is suspected of being concussed, if a  proposal from FIFA's chief medical officer is accepted.

Soccer referees,   FIFA rules,   Soccer rules,   Football rules,   UEFA,   FIFA world cup,  
Virbhadra <strong>rules</strong> out mid-term polls in HP, says his government stable

Virbhadra rules out mid-term polls in HP, says his government stable

13 Sep 2014

Hamirpur: Asserting that his government was firm and stable, Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Saturday ruled out mid-term Assembly polls in the state.

Virbhadra Singh,   BJP,   Congress,   HP government,   Economy of HP ,  
Punjab government to launch e-stamping next month

Punjab government to launch e-stamping next month

12 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: The Punjab government said it will launch e-stamping system for registration of land deeds by mid-October.

Punjab government,   Badal government,   E-stamping system,   Land deeds,   Punjab rules,  
Experience is the biggest <strong>teacher</strong>, says PM Modi

Experience is the biggest teacher, says PM Modi

05 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Addressing millions of students and teachers across the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Teachers' Day address to the nation said on Friday that there is need to find out why the value of a teacher has lost its sheen and why students don't want to be teachers when they grow up.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Teachers Day,   Modi speech,   Schools,   Modi speech live,   Modi Teachers Day speech ,  
Over 5,000 women fined for riding without helmet

Over 5,000 women fined for riding without helmet

11 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi Traffic Police on Wednesday began their crackdown on women two-wheelers riders for not wearing helmet by issuing over 5,000 challans on the very first day.

Delhi Traffic police,   helmet,   women challaned,   Delhi Motor Vehicles Rules,   women riding without helmet,   helmet mandatory for women,  

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