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After Paris attacks, calls to tighten US visa <strong>rules</strong>

After Paris attacks, calls to tighten US visa rules

01 Feb 2015

Washington: US politicians are calling for changes to a law that allows Europeans and other foreigners to enter the country without visas, citing fears that jihadists could exploit the rules to stage attacks on American soil.

Paris Attacks,   Magazine Charlie Hebdo,   US Visa rules,   Terror Attacks,  
Morena police bust inter-state betting racket, recover 532 mobile sets

Morena police bust inter-state betting racket, recover 532 mobile sets

31 Jan 2015

Morena (Madhya Pradesh):  When Team India was struggling against England for making it to tri-series final at Perth, thousands kilometers away in Morena (Madhya Pradesh), police busted an inter-state gang involved in betting and arrested a person named Manish Tiwari. Police also  recovered 532 mobile sets from a house owned by a bus operator Rambabu Tiwari.

Cricket betting,   Madhya Pradesh betting,   Betting racket,   India vs Australia ODI,   India vs England,   Tri series,   Betting rules,   betting kingpin ,  
China's new tech <strong>rules</strong> play to local firms' strengths

China's new tech rules play to local firms' strengths

30 Jan 2015

BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO: Draft Chinese government regulation would force technology vendors to meet stringent security tests before they can sell to China's banks, an acceleration of efforts to curb the country's reliance on foreign technology that has drawn a sharp response from U.S. business groups.

Chinese government,   China tech rules,   Technology vendors,   Cyber security,   Software,   Hardware,  
China to demand secret source codes from computer firms: Report

China to demand secret source codes from computer firms: Report

30 Jan 2015

China will force companies which sell computer equipment to banks to hand over secret source code, undergo sensitive audits and set up research and development centres in the country, the New York Times reported on Thursday.

China tech rules,   Computer equipment,   Secret source code,   Financial institutions,   Technology privacy,   Computer hardware ,  
After Vodafone case, Centre changes tax <strong>rules</strong> to boost investment

After Vodafone case, Centre changes tax rules to boost investment

29 Jan 2015

MUMBAI: The NDA government has asked tax officials to apply the principle behind a tax ruling in favour of Vodafone Group Plc to all similar cases, a major boost to foreign firms including Royal Dutch Shell PLC.

NDA government,   Tax officials,   Tax system,   Tax ruling,   Vodafone case,   Modi government,   India investment,  
'Happy' Bale <strong>rules</strong> out Manchester United move

'Happy' Bale rules out Manchester United move

28 Jan 2015

Barcelona: Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale says he is happy at the Bernabeu and has no intention of moving to Manchester United. Despite playing a significant role in Real winning their celebrated 10th European Cup and the King's Cup last season there has been talk of a move back to the Premier League for the Welshman.

Real Madrid,   Gareth Bale,   Manchester United,   European Cup,   Kings Cup,   English Premier League,  
SEBI mulls stricter <strong>rules</strong> for securitisation of trustees

SEBI mulls stricter rules for securitisation of trustees

21 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Market regulator SEBI plans to put in place stricter norms, including minimum net worth requirement, for trustees managing issuance of securitised debt instruments.

SEBI,   rules for securitisation,   trustees,   securitised debt instruments,  
Government amends <strong>rules</strong> under companies law

Government amends rules under companies law

20 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Amending rules under the Companies Law, government has exempted unlisted firms having overseas subsidiaries from preparing consolidated financial statement for the current financial year.

Companies Law,   Corporate Finance Ministry,   Corporate Social Responsibility,   CSR ,  
Need more policy clarity on electric vehicles: Tata Motors

Need more policy clarity on electric vehicles: Tata Motors

20 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Tata Motors on Tuesday said it is too early for it to firm up plans for commercial production of electric buses as more policy clarity on the segment is needed.

Tata Motors,   Electric buses,   Electric cars,   Electric vehicle rules,  
Rajnath Singh <strong>rules</strong> out  crisis in BJP, says party will fight Delhi polls unitedly

Rajnath Singh rules out crisis in BJP, says party will fight Delhi polls unitedly

21 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Amid simmering dissidence in the party after Kiran Bedi was projected chief ministerial candidate, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said there is "no crisis" and its cadres stand united to face the coming Delhi Assembly polls.

Rajnath Singh,   BJP,   Delhi polls ,   Kiran Bedi,  

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