TRAFFIC RULE VIOLATION
Cambridge Analytica deceived users: US FTC
The US FTC said it also found that Cambridge Analytica engaged in deceptive practices relating to its participation in the EU-US Privacy Shield framework - a pact which allows companies to transfer consumer data legally from EU countries to the US. The ruling has come after Facebook in July agreed to pay record-breaking $5 bn to the FTC as fine.
Know if your flat’s parking lot has been violated by builder
The move is expected to curb the illegal practice of covering parking areas by d...
Maharashtra Assembly session started without 'Vande Mataram', its a violation of rule: Fadnavis
The floor test for Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thac...
Over 38 lakh traffic violation cases booked in last 2 months, Nitin Gadkari informs the Parliament
As per information available in the database of National Informatics Centre (NIC), 38,39,406 traffic challans in 18 states were issued since September 1, when certain provisions of the new motor vehicles act came into effect. The total Challans have been booked for Rs 5,77,51,79,895 crore, Union minister Nitin Gadkari informed the Parliament.
Assault on office of President: P Chidambaram slams government over Maharashtra issue
Congress leader P Chidambaram attacked the BJP over the way Devendra Fadnavis was sworn in as Maharashtra chief minister. He said in a tweet posted by his family, "It was an assault on the office of Rasthrapathi to wake him up at 4.00 am to sign an order revoking President's Rule." He asked why could it not have waited until 9.00 am in the morning.
21 I-T officers accused of corruption asked to retire
According to Government sources, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) compulsorily retired yet another 21 Group B officers of the rank of ITO (Income Tax Officer).
Broke a traffic rule? Here's how you can pay the e-challan online
An e-challan for a traffic violation is sent to you through SMS on your mobile phone and you may also get the notice in physical format at y...
Odd-even rule kicks in as pollution in Delhi remains severe
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged people to follow the 'odd-even' rule--an anti-pollution measure, persistently for their own health reasons. "Namaste Delhi, odd-even is starting from today to reduce pollution. Please do follow it for yourself, your family, kids and your breath. Share cars," Kejriwal said in an early morning tweet.
Odd-even rule kicks in Delhi, CM carpools with other ministers
Arvind Kejriwal carpooled with Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Kumar Jain and Labour Minister Gopal Rai to reach the Delhi Secretariat.
Challans worth Rs 577 cr issued since Sept 1
As per information available in the database of the National Informatics Centre (NIC), 38,39,406 traffic challans in 18 states were issued since September 1. The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Act, 2019 made with the intention of disciplining road users resulted in increase of traffic penalties by several times.
Is the GST Composition scheme beneficial? Cost-impact analysis shows the risks
Composition levy is not a practical proposition. Composition levy almost resembles a direct tax and once you do a cost impact analysis, it is really hard to understand as to how the scheme is beneficial to the business community and the MSMEs.
India appeals against WTO panel ruling on export incentive schemes
The plea was made in the appellate body of the World Trade Organisation's (WTO) dispute settlement mechanism. The US has dragged India to the WTO under Article 27 of the organisation's Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures (SCM), which also provides for special and differential treatment to developing countries like India.
Have you violated traffic rule? Here's how to check and pay your e-challan online
According to the MV Act 2019, the penalties for violating traffic rules have increased.
India appeals against WTO panel's ruling on export promotion measures
On October 31, the WTO had ruled that export subsidy programmes-MEIS, Export oriented units scheme and sector specific schemes, including Electronics Hardware Technology Parks Scheme and Bio-Technology Parks Scheme; Export Promotion Capital Goods Scheme; and Duty-Free Imports for Exporters Scheme- violated provisions of trade body’s norms.
Kolkata Municipal Corporation to amend building rules to curb pollution from debris
The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) is set to amend its building rules to make it mandatory for everyone to take adequate precautionary measures before demolishing a building to stop air pollution
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