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Japan confirms plan to resume whale hunting despite global objection

Jun 22, 2015

Japan confirms plan to resume whale hunting despite global objection

Japan's chief whaling negotiator confirmed on Monday its ships would return to the Antarctic this year, despite a call by global regulators to provide more evidence that the hunt has a scientific purpose. #Japan #NewsTracker #Antarctic #Regulators #Evidence #ships #whaler #whale hunt
Good news: Maharashtra to create regulatory body for home buyers

Jun 16, 2015

Good news: Maharashtra to create regulatory body for home buyers

The Maharashtra government will soon appoint a regulatory body to safeguard interests of home buyers after the Centre gave a go ahead to the state to frame rules to implement the Housing Regulatory Bill. #NewsTracker #Housing #Maharashtra #home buyers #Regulator
US court rejects telecom companies' appeal to suspend net neutrality rules

Jun 12, 2015

US court rejects telecom companies' appeal to suspend net neutrality rules

New U.S. Internet traffic regulations, known as net neutrality rules, will go into effect on Friday after a federal appeals court rejected the telecommunications industry's request to partly suspend their implementation while they are being litigated. #World #Internet #US #NewsTracker #AT&T #federal court #FCC #Net neutrality #save the internet #Internet Traffic Regulations
Govt cancels licence of 4470 NGOs, including Manish Sisodia's Kabir

Jun 10, 2015

Govt cancels licence of 4470 NGOs, including Manish Sisodia's Kabir

In another round of action against erring NGOs, the government has cancelled the licence of 4,470 such entities that surprisingly included a number of top universities, Supreme Court Bar Association and Escorts Heart Institute, which bars them from receiving foreign funds. #NewsTracker #NGO #Foreign Contribution Regulation Act #FCRA #Supreme Court Bar Association #Escorts Heart Institute
CCI penalty: DLF deposits Rs 525 crore with SC; to pay rest by early July

May 21, 2015

CCI penalty: DLF deposits Rs 525 crore with SC; to pay rest by early July

In August 2011, the CCI had found DLF violating fair trade norms and imposed a fine of Rs 630 crore #DLF #Housing #CCI #SC #trade regulator
Why no penalty on other realtors? DLF hits back at Competition Commission

May 15, 2015

Why no penalty on other realtors? DLF hits back at Competition Commission

In a fresh order yesterday against DLF, the Competition Commission of India (CCI) ruled that the realty giant was guilty of indulging in 'unfair and abusive' business practices in sale of apartments in a Gurgaon housing project. #Competition Commission of India #DLF #CCI #realty #DLF Gurgaon Home Developers #DLF New Town Heights #fair trade regulator #unfair and abusive business practices
Child labour law: Govt should make skill building part of school curriculum

May 14, 2015

Child labour law: Govt should make skill building part of school curriculum

Children constitute 39 percent of the current population of the country and have the potential to become a vital resource as adults in the "Make in India" initiative of the government provided they are nurtured well. #India #GDP #Rajya Sabha #RTE Act #NDA #Child Labour #Make In India #Kailash Satyarthi #Child Labour Prevention and Regulation Act
Child Labour Act: Govt allows under-14 children to work in non-hazardous family enterprises

May 13, 2015

Child Labour Act: Govt allows under-14 children to work in non-hazardous family enterprises

Government gave its nod to a proposal allowing children below 14 years of age to work only in family enterprises or entertainment industry with certain conditions while completely banning their employment elsewhere. The original child labour law banned employment of children below 14 in only 18 hazardous industries. #NewsTracker #Child labour law #Hazardous industries #Family enterprises #Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act
Credit conditions to strengthen with growth, reforms: Moody's

May 11, 2015

Credit conditions to strengthen with growth, reforms: Moody's

The retrenchment in global commodity prices should translate into lower operating costs for sectors such as automotives, manufacturing, infrastructure and power. #Credit #NewsTracker #Moody's #Repo rate #Reserve Bank #Coal Mines Special Provisions Bill #Mines and Minerals Development and Regulation Bill
Greenpeace replies to Modi govt's show-cause notice, slams 'unfounded' claims

May 09, 2015

Greenpeace replies to Modi govt's show-cause notice, slams 'unfounded' claims

Greenpeace India on Friday accused the government of using "unfounded" allegations in an attempt to "silence" it as the NGO submitted a comprehensive rebuttal to the Home Ministry's show-cause and demanded immediate unblocking of its domestic bank accounts. #India #NewsTracker #Home Ministry #FCRA #Greenpeace India #Foreign Contributions Regulation Act