- Right to access Internet cannot be curtailed, says SC
- Why no paper trail in EVMs, SC asks Centre
- Loyalty benefit for EPFO members
- India plans to buy three more Scorpenes
- ‘Allow anchor investors in SME IPOs’
- RBI tightens norms on bank performance
- ‘U.K. needs new policy on students’
- NASA releases global maps of ‘night light’ on Earth
Bench against general ban on online content about pre-natal sex determination
The Supreme Court asked the Centre and the Election Commission to respond by May 8 to a plea by the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) to comply with a 2013 court directive to introduce paper trail in Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs).
Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation subscribers for 20 years or more will get a loyalty-cum-life benefit of up to Rs. 50,000 at the time of retirement.
India and France will step up negotiations to expand the Scorpene submarine contract after the presidential elections in France in May.
Investment bankers urge SEBI to change norms to attract larger investors
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has come out with a revised prompt corrective action (PCA) framework for banks, spelling out certain thresholds, the breach of which could invite resolutions such as a merger with another bank or even shutting down of the bank.
Research shows majority deems global pupils have positive impact on economy
NASA scientists released new global maps of Earth at night, providing the clearest yet composite view of the patterns of human settlement across our planet.