Thursday, December 1, 2022
Khalistani terrorist Harwinder Rinda has died in Pak: Punjab Police sources

Khalistani terrorist Harwinder Rinda has died in Pak: Punjab Police sources

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Khalistani terrorist Harwinder Singh Rinda, who was involved in various terror cases, including the RPG attack on the Punjab Police Intelligence Headquarters in May, is learnt to have died in Pakistan, sources in the state police said on Saturday. Though the cause of his death was not immediately known, the sources said he was admitted
Tesla recalls 300,000 vehicles in US over taillight software glitch

Tesla recalls 300,000 vehicles in US over taillight software glitch

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Tesla is recalling more than 300,000 vehicles in the US because a software glitch can make taillights go off intermittently, increasing the risk of a collision. Tesla said in documents posted Saturday by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that the glitch may affect one or both taillights on certain Model 3 and Model
Need to learn to trust district judiciary, says CJI D Y Chandrachud

Need to learn to trust district judiciary, says CJI D Y Chandrachud

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Justice D Y Chandrachud (File photo: PTI) Chief Justice of India D Y Chandrachud on Saturday stressed the need to learn to trust the district judiciary, saying it would truly answer the needs of common citizens who seek access to justice. Justice Chandrachud, the 50th CJI, said the district judiciary is as important in the
PM Modi is ‘swayamsevak’, but RSS does not control anyone: Mohan Bhagwat

PM Modi is ‘swayamsevak’, but RSS does not control anyone: Mohan Bhagwat

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Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat on Saturday said though Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been its volunteer, the Sangh does not control any person or organisation that is doing independent work. Bhagwat was speaking at an interaction with prominent members of the local community here. "When the Sangh's name comes up, people think
Rijiju disapproves of protests by lawyers over collegium recommendations

Rijiju disapproves of protests by lawyers over collegium recommendations

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Law Minister Kiren Rijiju on Saturday disapproved of protests by certain lawyer bodies against the recommendations of the Supreme Court Collegium to transfer some high court judges. Addressing an event here to felicitate newly appointed Chief Justice of India D Y Chandrachud, he said if strikes become a recurring phenomenon for every decision taken by
Meta introduces ‘find, message, and buy from business’ feature on WhatsApp

Meta introduces ‘find, message, and buy from business’ feature on WhatsApp

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WhatsApp (Photo: Bloomberg) Meta-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp on Thursday announced a new feature to allow users to connect with a brand and make purchases right within the app. Called Business Search feature, it is aimed to help people find, message and buy something from a business on WhatsApp. According to Meta, these new features
BJP asks govt, EC to note TMC MLA’s statement on ‘Bangladeshi’ immigrants

BJP asks govt, EC to note TMC MLA’s statement on ‘Bangladeshi’ immigrants

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The BJP leadership in Bengal on Friday urged the union home ministry and Election Commission to take cognizance of comments by a TMC MLA who allegedly asked party workers to ensure that only those 'Bangladeshi' immigrants in the state who support the ruling party, find a place in the voters' list. The BJP said such
Terrorism should not be linked to any religion, nationality or group: Shah

Terrorism should not be linked to any religion, nationality or group: Shah

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah Friday said financing of terrorism is more dangerous than terrorism the threat of which cannot and should not be linked to any religion, nationality or group. He also said that terrorists are constantly finding new ways to carry out violence, radicalise youth and raise financial resources and the darknet is
India, EU regulators standoff over clearing houses to affect BNP to HSBC

India, EU regulators standoff over clearing houses to affect BNP to HSBC

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Indian and European regulators are clashing over whether to broaden oversight of securities settlement, a dispute that risks disrupting operations of BNP Paribas SA to HSBC Holdings Plc, or at the least bump up their costs. The potential damage stems from the European Securities and Markets Authority’s move to withdraw recognition -- effective May 2023
Has India’s insolvency process attained adulthood?

Has India’s insolvency process attained adulthood?

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Till Sept this year, financial creditors have recovered about 33% of their claims in 553 corporate insolvency processes that ended up getting resolved. Has India's insolvency process turned a corner? Topics Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code | financial sector Till September this year, financial creditors have recovered about 33% of their claims in 553 corporate insolvency processes that