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Uddhav Thackeray takes dig at Sharad Pawar over ED case politics
Uddhav recalled the arrest of his father and Sena founder late Bal Thackeray in the year 2000 by the then Congress-NCP government.
AICTE to take up patent rights for on-campus inventions issue with commerce ministry
The 23-page draft model guidelines on implementation of ...
Kapil Sharma, Ginni Chatrath expecting first child
The couple, who tied the knot in December, was recently spotted leaving for Canada.
Will UNHRC take note of rights violations by Pakistan in PoK, Gilgit-Baltistan?
People in these regions, which were part of the undivided J&K before their forcible annexation by Pak in 1947, have been repeatedly demanding end to Pakistani occupation.
IndiGo, Vistara eye Jet rights for London flights
Both the airlines have told the aviation ministry that they plan to launch flights to London next year.
Govt to strengthen POCSO Act & set up fast track courts to clear pending cases: Reddy
Reddy further said the government has determined that strong penal provisions will act as a deterrent. It intends to protect the interest of vulnerable children.
Cyber cases pile up, but few are solved
The cyber crime police station, the only one in the city, says it is finding it tough to find time to investigate all cases.
Cipla matter: Employee settles case with Sebi; pays Rs 3 lakh
Sebi would not initiate any enforcement action against the applicant for the defaults.
Patents crucial for India to bridge tech gap with US and China
India spent just 0.7% of its GDP in 2016-17 on R&D. Japan, US and China spent 3.2%, 2.8% and 2.1%.
MF Portfolio Doctor: How Neema can achieve his lofty money goals
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NHRC seeks status report of CBI probe into case against Lawyers Collective
Rights body acting on complaints suggesting investigation may have been arbitrary and discriminatory.
PENCiL power: Keeping victims of child labour in schools through attendance stipend
A portal launched by the labour ministry has become a pivotal tool in rescuing and rehabilitating victims of child labour.
View: Govt's plans for transforming school and higher education need more clarity
The draft policy admits many problems, suggests solutions, but is remarkably sanguine about implementation.
ET Analysis: How Pakistan violated international treaties in Khulbhshan Jadhav case
The military court trial in Pakistan is farcical according to Pak experts. Military Courts were set up after 2015 as an instrument for the military to engage in summary trials.
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