Nirbhaya case: Tihar jail seeks from court fresh death warrants against 4 convicts
The court was hearing a plea by one of the four death row convicts in the case, Mukesh Kumar Singh, seeking postponement of the date of his execution on January 22. The 23-year-old paramedic student, referred to as Nirbhaya, was gang raped and brutally assaulted on the intervening night of December 16-17, 2012 inside a moving bus in south Delhi by six persons.
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Government has money for statues, not public health: Bombay High Court
A division bench of Justices S C Dharmadhikari and R I Chagla was hearing a public interest litigation seeking release of grants to Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital for Children and Nowrosjee Wadia Maternity Hospital from the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) and the state government.
Share market update: 63 stocks hit 52-week highs on NSE
Overall, 29 shares were trading in the green in Nifty50 index, while 21 were trading in the red.
Convict Mukesh moves court for postponing execution date in Nirbhaya gang rape-murder case
Mukesh's counsel moved the trial court immediately after the Delhi High Court declined to entertain his plea to set aside the January 7 order issuing his death warrant and asked them to approach the lower court.
Govt should step up expenditure to spur consumption: Sangita Reddy, FICCI president
Sangita Reddy, who is the joint managing director of Apollo Hospitals, also said that the government needed to focus on “clusters,” besides undertaking labour reforms, to boost manufacturing in the country. “To spur consumption, we need to put money into the system.
Share market update: Adani Green, Reliance Infrastructure among top losers on BSE
In the Nifty pack, 28 stocks were in the green, while 22 stocks were in the red.
Students on hunger strike in IIT Guwahati taken to hospital
The PhD students, Vikrant Singh and Himanchal Singh, said they were “forcibly removed” from campus by police officers today. Himanchal said they were told by police that they were attempting suicide, and that was considered an offence.
Startups: Waiting for regulatory relief
Entrepreneurs want a stable policy environment, a longer time horizon to carry forward losses and to pay taxes on ESOPs only during sale. To raise funds, startups tend to approach a large number of venture funds – sometimes up to 400. However, under Section 42 of the Companies Act, if a startup sends information to more than 200 investors, it is deemed to be a public company.
ED seeks possession of house owned by Robert Vadra company
ED has filed an application urging the PMLA tribunal to vacate the stay clamped by the appellate authority in August 2019 on any “coercive action” by the central agency against Vadra and his company, Sky Light Hospitality Pvt Ltd, said people aware of the matter. ED had attached the house, registered in the company’s name, in February last year.
Oyo to end unprofitable contracts as SoftBank sets pre-IPO deadline
The company runs about 800 hotels under a self-operated business model, where it makes investments and has leasing arrangements with property owners. It is likely to phase out contracts under the segment that is not Ebitda-positive by March 31. Plans are also afoot to shut down ancillary businesses that do not post an operating profit by July as per a mandate from SoftBank.
Apollo Hospitals will be looking at different avenues to fund its growth: Shobana Kamineni
Apollo Hospital today has a debt of Rs 3,000 plus crore and stake sale in Apollo Munich Insurance to take care of a portion of that
Intensive care? Rajasthan orders mortality audit at Kota hospital
The audit would include a detailed summary of events leading up to referral of infants to JK Lon Hospital, complaints at the time of admission, diagnosis, treatment given, any concern or adverse event in the management of the patient, whether the patient was treated in intensive care and status of machines at the time of treatment in ICU.
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