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Dec 14, 2017
RERA should have come earlier to tame unscrupulous builders, says Narendra Modi in Ficci speechAs per RERA, builders cannot sell without registration, and projects for which completion certificate has not been issued cannot be considered as completed projects
Sep 01, 2017
Probe after tragedies in Gorakhpur, Jharkhand reveals corrupt system of referrals in hospitalsCobrapost released the details of an investigation conducted by them detailing the malpractices committed by hospitals at the institutional level.
Mar 10, 2017
Manipur Election 2017: BJP worker’s house torched in Chandel, booths captured during repollSuspected NSCN (IM) cadres set the house of BJP candidate SS Olish's worker on fire. The candidate is contesting from 41-Chandel (ST). The house belongs to BS Angam, who is the president of BJKP Chandel Mandal.
Jan 03, 2017
Demonetisation: Finmin seeks report on malpractices by bank officialsBanks will give details of officials those who violated law or government and RBI direction during the demonetisation period, sources in the the Finance Ministry said.
Jul 04, 2016
Bihar toppers row: Ruby Rai is a minor, maintains courtA special vigilance court on Monday ruled that Bihar education board toppers scam accused Ruby Rai is a minor, police said.
Jun 29, 2016
Ruby Rai & Saurabh Shrestha are victims of the system; the real problem lies elsewhereThe arrest of Ruby Rai and Saurabh Shrestha in the context of the 'toppers' scam is like throwing the baby out and retaining the bathwater.
Jun 10, 2016
Bihar court remands five accused to judicial custody in 'examination scam'A Bihar court on Friday remanded to 14-day judicial custody the five accused arrested in connection with the Class 12 examination scam, police said.
Mar 03, 2016
Mathura shocker: Hundreds caught mass copying during board examsA video showing hundreds of students indulging in examination malpractices went viral on Thursday
Dec 11, 2015
Medical negligence law reform: Why doctors shouldn’t be demoralised, much less demonisedThe government, the Indian Medical Association (IMA) claims, has agreed to make life for doctors much smoother by making the medical negligence laws more benevolent in favour of the medical community that has been shaking in its boots ever since the Supreme Court two years ago awarded a whopping Rs 11-crore compensation to the NRI Kunal Saha who had the mortification of seeing his wife die due to the negligence of a Kolkata hospital.
Sep 24, 2015
Killer potholes of India: Civic bodies should have to pay up for the deaths they causeIf a doctor can face legal action for malpractice or negligence, why can’t civic bodies be held responsible for road accidents that occur due to potholes caused by their negligence?