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External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Thursday said India will take up with Britain cases of students not getting their fees refunded on courses they could not pursue due to Britain‘s decision to temporarily suspend student visas from three Indian cities.

This was conveyed by Krishna during a reply to supplementaries during question hour in Rajya Sabha.

Krishna informed the Parliament that Britain had temporarily stopped accepting student visa applications at three centres in New Delhi, Jalandhar and Chandigarh.

The three centres saw a dramatic six-fold surge in applications to 13,500 during October-December 2009 against only 1,800 applications during the same period in 2008.

“As a result of abnormal rise in applications, they (UK) thought it is necessary for them to take a second look at the process of issuing visas for various courses,” he said.

The British government had partially lifted the ban on accepting visa applications from north India for higher studies last month


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DEEPAK BIRLA
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IS THERE IS ANY DOCUMENT / COURT ORDER
WHICH CLEARLY SHOWS THERE IS NO NEED TO PAY CESS (ON LABOUR)WHERE ESIC HAS BEEN DEPOSITED, AS INDICATED IN THE CLAUSE (d) OF SECTION 2 OF THE BUILDING & OTHER CONSTRUCTION WORKERS (REGULATION OF EMPLOYMENT & CONDITION OF SERVICE ACT, 1996

VAIDYANATHAN
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who can sign the verifying affidavit? what is the documents to be produced ? can director delegate the power of attorney to regional sale manager? and in turn regional sale manager to accounts executive it is valid or not if yes under what section if not under what section? If the limit is 10 lakhs given by the director to regional sales manager and can he file a suit for more than 12 lakhs it is valid or not

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