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  • An assistant commissioner of the Raj in Faizabad in the 1860s is among those who played, unwittingly, a key role in providing champions of the Ram Janmabhoomi movement substantive material to make the case that Hindus had launched their struggle for the 'janmasthan' in Ayodhya much before the Ram Lalla idol was installed in 1949.

    Cross-border yuan usage jumped 20 per cent in Jan-Sept on capital market opening.

    Rajesh Bhatia, Geeta Bhatia, Giridharilal S Bhatia and Hiten Trivedi are the officials from whom the ban is lifted.

    Before expiry of the said duty, domestic producers constituting Saint-Gobain India, Sisecam Flat Glass India Ltd and Gold Plus Glass Industry Ltd had filed an application in March 2019 before the authority, on behalf of the domestic industry, alleging likelihood of continuation or recurrence of dumping of the glass from these countries.

    Before expiry of the said duty, domestic producers constituting Saint-Gobain India, Sisecam Flat Glass India Ltd and Gold Plus Glass Industry Ltd had filed an application in March 2019 before the authority, on behalf of the domestic industry, alleging likelihood of continuation or recurrence of dumping of the glass from these countries.

    In response to comments made by Pakistan on matters internal to India, MEA Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, "We reject the unwarranted and gratuitous comments made by Pakistan on the judgement of the Supreme Court of India on a civil matter that is completely internal to India. It pertains to the rule of law and equal respect for all faiths, concepts that are not part of their ethos.”

    Ravi Shankar Prasad asked the young officers to become "thinkers" instead of just "officers" and help in the country's drive towards innovation and technology led growth. He also asked the government officers to create patents and think of ways in which BharatNet can be taken to the last mile or how corprorates can be part of the Digital Village programme.

    The bank last week faced a Rs 1 crore fine from the RBI for not complying with shareholding norms under the licensing rules.

    The German wholesale retailer has thrown its might behind mom-and-pop groceries and has demanded level-playing for the unorganised sector, wading into a debate in India that ecommerce companies like Amazon and Flipkart are hurting small businesses here.

    Edtech companies like upGrad and Great Learning are now introducing courses for students that cost as low as 10% of the original versions. Students enrol on the platforms directly or through the colleges. Catering to the limited time in hand, courses are designed such that they are shorter and more intensive, getting wrapped up in under six months.

    Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion under Ministry of Commerce and Industry had issued clarifications in December last year pertaining to FDI rules in the e-commerce sector. Now that the govt is tightening the rules for foreign direct investment in e-commerce sector, Retailers Association of India is "cautiously optimistic" on its effective implementation.

    The HRD Ministry, which is in the process of giving final shape to the new National Education Policy (NEP), has proposed in the final draft that all students will be allowed to take board exams on up to two occasions during any given school year and the examination be made "easier".

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