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Madras High Court orders for TASMAC shops closure as TN crosses 6,000 Covid-19 positive cases
The High Court passed the interim order on Friday as a result of the blatant violation of the conditions that the court had prescribed under which liquor shops could function. These conditions included adhering to social distancing norms while also deploying additional staff to manage the crowd.
ED moves court against police clean chit to netas, others
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has challenged the clean chit given by the Mumbai ...
IRB Infra Q1 results: Reports net loss of Rs 30 crore
Total consolidated income during the quarter under review declined to Rs 1,073.46 crore...
CAs, CSs request 'no action' on unlisted firms for AGM, financial reporting compliance
Cost professionals have written to the ministry and Registrar of Companies (RoC) seeking exemption from prosecution and penalties levied on companies who fail to hold general body meetings within the stipulated time frame, said Pune based CA Chandrashekhar V Chitale.
Ficci proposes financial aid, support centres for rehabilitation of migrant workers
The Ficci Report on 'Rehabilitation of Migrant Workers in India' has proposed various recommendations to help migrant workers cope up with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The pandemic and subsequent lockdowns had triggered an exodus of migrant workers from various cities as industrial activities were disrupted and rendered many of them jobless.
V2 Retail Q1 results: Reports net loss of Rs 9 crore
For the quarter under consideration, revenue from operations stood at Rs 36.97 crore, a decline of 82 per cent, as against Rs 202.34 crore in the first quarter of the previous fiscal, V2 Retail said in a regulatory filing.
After son's fight for justice, SC revives custodial death case trial after 13 years
The bench was shocked when the matter came to its notice while hearing the petition by one Sanjay Kumar Gupta who had approached the Supreme Court against the stay on trial in the case of the custodial death of his father. Sanjay’s father O P Gupta was picked up by MP Police from Varanasi on 28.2.1997 and died in custody as per medical report on 1.3.1997.
No decision yet on airspace closure to India: SM Qureshi
Qureshi dismissed as speculative reports suggesting that the airspace was being shut for India, the Dawn reported.
Govt yet to take a decision on reopening schools: Karnataka Education Minister S Suresh Kumar
The minister's statement comes as the reports emerged that he was seeking the opinion of other ministers and MLAs about reopening schools, which are not conducting regular classes due to coronavirus scare since the lockdown was clamped in the state.
International NGO Amnesty shuts operations in India, alleges “witch-hunt” by Govt
Amnesty India, in a statement, said the organisation has been compelled to let go of staff in India and pause all its ongoing campaign and research work.
Tamil Nadu reports second positive case of Covid-19
The Health Minister, Dr C Vijayabaskar, said the patient was stable and had been kept in the isolation ward at the Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital (RGGGH) in Chennai where an expert team was taking care of his treatment.
Kerala reports 6 new cases, number of infected up at 12
Six more Covid-19 cases were confirmed in Kerala on Tuesday, taking the total number of infected to 12 as the government decided to impose severe restrictions, including closure of educational institutions and cinema houses till the month end, in a bid to halt its further spread.
After farmers, Centre is targeting workers, says Rahul Gandhi in reference to Labour Bills
Parliament on Wednesday approved three key labour reform bills that will remove impediments to winding up companies and allow firms with up to 300 workers to fire staff without government permission. The earlier limit was 100 workers.
Delhi riots: DMRC incurred huge revenue loss, DTC lost Rs 5.12 lakh, says charge sheet
Communal clashes had broken out in northeast Delhi on February 24 after violence between citizenship law supporters and protesters spiralled out of control leaving at least 53 people dead and around 200 injured.
As organisations recover, leaders must stay committed to employees’ well-being: Report
The report suggests that as organisations begin the recovery process, leaders will need to stay committed to the physical, psychological, and financial well-being of their employees.