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Court directs police to investigate complaint against Jindal

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Delhi Police has been asked by a court here in Delhi to investigate the defamation complaint filed against Congress Member of Parliament Naveen Jindal and 16 others by Zee News Editor Sudhir Chaudhary who had alleged that “false allegations” were levelled against him to tarnish his image. Metropolitan Magistrate Jay Thareja directed the Station House […]

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Zee Group Chairman allowed to go abroad

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Zee Group Chairman Subhash Chandra, who is facing probe in a case of alleged bid of extortion of Rs 100 crore from Congress MP Naveen Jindal’s firm by two editors of the news channel, has been allowed by a Delhi court to stay abroad till January 26. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Mukesh Sharma, who had […]

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Charges in spect case in NDA regime for cognisance

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A local court will take up for cognisance the charge sheet in the allocation of additional spectrum during the NDA regime with CBI saying the then government’s decision had “brightened” the outcome of the IPO of one Bharti Airtel’s group companies. The charge sheet has named three telecom firms — Bharti Cellular Ltd, Hutchison Max Pvt Ltd (now […]

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SC rejects Sahara plea on refund of Rs 24K crore

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The petitions of two Sahara companies has been rejected by the Supreme Court for review of its August 31 judgment directing them to refund Rs 24,000 crore they had collected between 2008 and 2011 from over 2.96 crore investors flouting mandatory regulatory provisions and the Companies Act. The three-month deadline given by the bench of […]

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3G roaming services: HC asks Centre to form panel

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The  Centre has been asked by the Delhi High Court to set up a committee to examine and decide the row between the Department of Telecommunications and the telecom operators over providing 3G roaming services to their customers outside their licensed areas. The direction of the court came on telecom major Reliance Communication’s appeal against a […]

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Supreme Court directs Airtel to reconnect sms to Aircel

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The Bharti Telecom has been directed by the Supreme Court to reconnect SMS services to the Aircel after the latter assured to pay the former termination charge of 10 paise per SMS. A bench headed by Justice G S Singhvi said, “We direct the respondent (Airtel) to reconnect the SMS services to the appellants (Aircel) within 24 […]

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Ambassador Hotel to pay Rs12 L to guests trap in lift

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The apex consumer commission ordered to the Mumbai’s prestigious Ambassador Hotel to pay Rs two lakh each to six of its guests who had been trapped in its lift for over two hours eighteen years ago. The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (NCDRC) held Narangs International Hotel Pvt Ltd, which manages Ambassador Hotel, “squarely negligent” for […]

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Govt to block suspect multi-level marketing websites, payments

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A decision has been taken by the government to crack the whip on fraudulent multi-level marketing companies that have duped hundreds of investors in the country by blocking their websites and tracking their online transactions. In this regard, Corporate Affairs Ministry,  the nodal department, has decided that its investigative arm – Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) – […]

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SC reserves verdict on Sterlite’s TN plant

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The Supreme Court reserved its verdict on the plea of UK-based Vedanta groupsubsidiary Sterlite Industries against the Madras High Court order for shutting down its smelting plant for alleged non-compliance of environmental norms. The company has challenged the high court order claiming that it was not given a proper hearing and its submissions were ignored. […]

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Kejriwal slams Haryana over official’s transfer

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On Tuesday Arvind Kejriwal  (India Against Corruption leader) slammed the Haryana government for transferring Indian Administrative Service officer Ashok Khemka, who was probing the Robert Vadra-DLF land deal. Kejriwal told here “Ashok Khemka was transferred by the Haryana government because he was probing Vadra’s land deals in Haryana. We strongly criticise that” Kejriwal also said […]

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Supreme court extends interim relief for Sahara group firms

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The Supreme Court Monday admitted a plea by two Sahara group companies challenging the Securities Appellate Tribunal’s order directing them to refund Rs.17,400 crore mopped up from 2.3 crore investors and ordered the continuation of its interim stay on the tribunal’s direction. The apex court bench of Chief Justice S.H. Kapadia, Justice A.K. Patnaik and […]

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Land scam: Court seeks Bihar government’s response

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The Patna High Court Tuesday directed the Bihar government to file its response to a public suit seeking a probe in an alleged scam of land allotment to the family members of ruling alliance’s leaders. The court fixed Jan 17, 2012 for the next hearing. The petition, filed by a local lawyer, said that the […]

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A passport in three days? New project to roll out soon

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The Passport Seva Project, an ambitious e-governance programme that aims at passport delivery in three days, has entered its most crucial stage. The rollout of 77 Passport Seva Kendras is expected to begin any time now in major Indian cities and be completed by January 2012. Things have not been entirely smooth for the pilot […]

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Amar Singh’s phone tapped on official directions: Reliance Infocomm

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Reliance Infocomm on Monday told the Supreme Court that whatever wiretap it had carried out on Rajya Sabha member and former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh’s telephone, was done strictly on the directions of the Delhi Police. The 21 page affidavit of Col (retd) A K Sachdeva, a nodal officer with related stories Reliance Communication, […]

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SC allows producer to release film ‘Wanted’

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Supreme Court allowed film producer Boney Kapoor to release his film ‘Wanted’ on Sep 18. Salman Khan actor in this film. Justice B.N. Agrawal allowed Kapoor to release the film after he offered to deposit Rs.2 crore with the Bombay HC as security amount in a dispute on an advance he had taken from LMB […]

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court summons Nitish Kumar

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A Bihar court has summoned Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to appear before it on September 9 in connection with a petition alleging his involvement in the murder of a Congress activist at Barh in November 1991. Additional CJM Ranjan Kumar passed the order on September 1, asking Kumar and LJP MLA Dularchand Yadav to appear […]

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Complaints against violation of MRTP Act

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Government has said that during the last three years two complaints for violation of Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices (MRTP) Act, 1969 have been lodged in the MRTP Commission. The complainants in both the cases belong to Andhra Pradesh. One complaint is against the Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd, Hyderabad and the other is […]

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Anil Ambani to move Supreme Court

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The legal battle over the KG Basin gas intensified on Wednesday, with the Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Natural Resources Limited declaring its intention to approach the Supreme Court to seek a final hearing on September 1. Reliance Natural Resources Limited served notice on Reliance Industries Limited and the Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry, conveying its intention […]

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Chinese chocolates banned in India: Anand Sharma

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New Delhi- India has banned import of chocolates and chocolate products from China. Commerce Minister told the Lok Sabha today. India had banned import of milk and milk products from China in September last year and the ban has been extended to chocolate and chocolate products, Anand Sharma said during Question Hour. He said the […]

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