At least 19 people were killed and 59 wounded in an explosion at the end of a concert by US singer Ariana Grande in the English city of Manchester on Monday, in what two US officials said was a suspected suicide bombing.
Prime Minister Theresa May said the incident was being treated as a terroris
The statutory tax rates under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) Act have been announced and will be become effective from 1 July. These will replace all applicable indirect taxes. While some goods and services are going to get cheaper, some are set to get taxed more.
Currently, various financial s
The Plaintiffs and the Respondents had entered into a joint venture to carry on their poker gaming business under ‘www.spartanpoker.com’ from Calcutta, even though the company was based in Maharashtra. This was done as the West Bengal Gambling and Prize Competitions Act, 19
Setting aside a Kerala High Court order, the Supreme Court, in Valiyavalappil Sarojakshan vs Sumalsankar Gaikevada, has held that merely because a landlord has taken possession on the basis of an order for eviction granted on one ground, that does not mean that the surviving grounds have become non-
US President Donald Trump on Sunday regarded India among the nations that suffered terrorism, according to a report.
While addressing the Arab-Islamic-US summit, he said countries must ensure that no terror outfit is existing in their soil. According to an NDTV report, Trump said, “The nations
The Bombay High Court has granted anticipatory bail to a woman booked under Section 153 (a)(1) of the Indian Penal Code for a Facebook post.
An FIR was registered at Oshiwara police station against the applicant woman on Thursday.
According to the prosecution, the applicant had posted an artic
Shri Hamid Ansari, Vice President of India, while addressing the inaugural session of a two-day Conference on Dispute Management in Infrastructure Projects – New Challenges, organized by the Indian Institute of Technical Arbitration, Delhi, said that arbitration process in India has evolved over
The Supreme Court on Friday refrained to order an interim stay on a series of government notifications requiring citizens to have Aadhaar by June 30, 2017, to equally access benefits and entitlements, even as the Centre denied imposing any such “deadline” to force people to get Aadhaar.
The Supreme Court has directed the Gujarat government to provide for 50 per cent of the seats to be reserved in post graduate diploma courses for medical officers in government service, who have served for at least three years in remote and/or difficult areas.
A bench comprising Justice Dipak Mis
As Indians, we love our real estate. We can see it, stand on it and experience it. It also generates an income, and if held long enough, multiplies our money. But the sector has been in the doldrums for the past few years, taking away the popular interest. But some die-hard enthusiasts are still bul
Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence has been halted for now, with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at The Hague yesterday ordering Pakistan to ensure that the Indian is not executed until a final decision was taken in his case. "Pakistan shall take all measures at its disposal to ensure tha
AIMING TO keep most items, especially those of mass consumption, at affordable prices, the states and the Centre evolved a consensus on the first day of the 14th Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council meeting on Thursday to keep 81 per cent of a total of 1,211 items at the modal tax rate of 18 per cen
Since 1 April, the income tax department has been uploading the various income tax return (ITR) forms for assessment year (AY) 2017-18. And now, all of them are available online at the income-tax department’s e-filing website www.inometaxefiling.gov.in. If all your documents are in place, you can
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday relaxed the branch authorization policy, bringing all branches and fixed business correspondent outlets under the definition of banking outlets and removing restrictions on opening branches in Tier 1 centres.
According to the revised policy, RBI has def
IN WHAT appears to be fresh trouble at Delhi University’s Law Faculty, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has imposed a penalty of Rs 30 lakh on it and said that the Law Faculty cannot admit more than 1,440 students this academic year. The DU department had admitted 2,310 applicants last year.
Members of Parliament and babus will no longer be able to overstay in central government accommodations by exploiting legal loopholes as the Cabinet on Wednesday approved relevant amendment to the law.
The Union Cabinet gave its nod to changes in the Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorized Occupa
The Delhi High Court today refused to grant relief to a man against an anti-encroachment drive in a park around a monument in the national capital, observing that "squatters" cannot be allowed in such buildings just because their ancestors also stayed there.
A bench of acting Chief Justice Gita M
Arbitral Tribunal cannot bind other parties who have not agreed to arbitrate, the court said.
Holding that an arbitral tribunal does not have the power to lift the corporate veil, the Delhi High Court, in Sudhir Gopi vs IGNOU, has also observed that mere failure of a corporate entity to meet its
Senior Civil Judge cum Rent Controller (North) Sidharth Mathur in Rohini Court recently accepted Whatsapp blue double-tick as receipt proof of notice on the Respondents.
The case concerned an Appeal filed by a Model Town resident, seeking an injunction against his son and daughter-in-law, her par
The Delhi High Court has held in a case involving a premier private city hospital that hospitals cannot hold patients “hostage” to extract money for unpaid bills, after the hospital was found to have allegedly withheld the custody of a patient over outstanding dues.
The Bench comprising of V