Government notifies changes in Apprenticeship Rules
Minimum stipends have been doubled to between Rs 5,000 and Rs 9,000 per month.
Chinese soldiers in Hong Kong warn protesters as emergency rules fail to quell unrest
UK-HONGKONG-Chinese soldiers in Hong Kong warn proteste...
5 rule changes that will impact your wallet from now on
Beginning October 1st, several changes have come into effect that will impact your fi...
NSA gets teeth, Secretariat put in government business rules
NSCS enumerated right after NITI at number 50 in the first schedule of the AOB rules.
TikTok, TikTok…the clock is ticking on the question whether ByteDance pays creators
ByteDance defends these practices as being part of what it calls "standard marketing practices".
Mining rule change may allow NMDC to resume operations at its Karnataka mine
New Law makes it mandatory for the state to renew lease to Donimalai mine.
Anti-Atrocity Act: Supreme Court rolls back 'probe first' rule
Caste discrimination and untouchability still persist in India & a protective umbrella can’t be taken away by courts on presumption that the law is being misused, court said.
Kumaraswamy rules out involvement in phone tapping of seer
He said the allegation has caused him "unbearable pain."
Centre reduces interest rate on house building advance for government employees
According to the the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry, the new interest rate has come into force from October 1.
P2P lenders knock on Finance Minister’s door for easier credit rules
Industry body wants to apprise Nirmala Sitharaman about challenges faced by the budding sector.
U.S. online privacy rules unlikely this year, hurting big tech
A draft of the House version of the bill could land in a few weeks.
Sebi relaxes buyback rules for companies with housing finance, NBFC arms
The notification comes after the board of Sebi approved norms in this regard in August.
Ruling LDF wins Pala bypoll in Kottayam, Kerala
LDF candidate Mani C Kappen defeated Jose Tom Pulikkunel of the opposition Congress-led UDF in a closely contested fight.
Boris Johnson strongly disagrees with UK court ruling
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he strongly disagrees with the Supreme Court ruling that Parliament's suspension was illegal. (AP)...
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