The Infosys case, irrespective of what its actual and final findings are, should be a good eye-opener for SEBI
20 questions for SC panel that cleared CJI of sexual harassment charges: Why the bias, rush to decide and secrecy?
The Supreme Court in-house committee’s judgment in the CJI sexual harassment case and the authorities’ behaviour has thrown up several troubling questions.
Section 144 imposed outside SC, 55 detained as lawyers protest procedure to probe sexual harassment charges against CJI Ranjan Gogoi
On Monday, the in-house committee of the Supreme Court gave a clean chit to the CJI. The verdict stated that it found "no substance in the allegations" made against CJI Ranjan Gogoi by a former female employee of the Supreme Court.
CJI Ranjan Gogoi sexual harassment case: In-house panel cites 2003 SC verdict to keep report confidential; accuser has no legal recourse left
An in-house committee stated that it found 'no substance in the allegations' made against CJI Ranjan Gogoi by a former female employee of the Supreme Court.
Sharekhan was allegedly "indulged in front-running activity through its proprietary trading account thereby making personal gains", a Sebi order said.
Facebook's Product Management for Civic Integrity division has called Indian elections a "top priority."
Indian diplomats in Pakistan denied gas connections, internet services; Centre takes up matter with Pakistan foreign ministry
After a back-and-forth of accusations of mistreating the diplomats in the High Commissions of India and Pakistan earlier this year, new reports emerged about Indian diplomats facing harassment in Pakistan on Saturday.
Election Commission of Pakistan releases Code of Conduct for voters, parties, and officers; offenders to be jailed for 3 years
Asking voters whom they have voted for, or taking pictures of the ballot paper on the election day can land a person in jail for three years or invite a fine of Rs 1 lakh or more, or both, according to a notification issued by the Election Commission of Pakistan.
ICC declare ball tampering as Level 3 offence; punishment increased to minimum ban of six Tests or 12 ODIs
The ball tampering incident involving Steve Smith and David Warner has forced ICC to upgrade it as Level 3 offence which will carry 12 suspension points.
The Election Commission of India has told the Supreme Court that they have proposed that rule-making power under the Representation of the People (RP) Act should be conferred on it, instead of the Centre.
'Assault on Delhi chief secretary Anshu Prakash is not an AAP issue, but a constitutional flaw that weakens civil servants'
Above all the political blame games and ego clashes that have emerged since AAP MLAs allegedly assaulted Delhi chief secretary Anshu Prakash is a flawed framework that makes left civil servants vulnerable to attacks
BCCI hands Ambati Rayudu two-match suspension for breaching Code of Conduct during Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy
"Mr Rayudu is barred from participating in the first two matches for Hyderabad in the upcoming Vijay Hazare Trophy," a BCCI release said.
Sreejesh, who has been missing in action for the last eight months due to a knee injury, was also banned for 15 days, which ends on Friday.
On eve of Gujarat Assembly poll results, EC still to rule on complaints against Narendra Modi and BJP
The Gujarat election verdict will be delivered on Monday but the Election Commission is still looking into a plethora of complaints against the ruling BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Google's newly appointed vice president for Diversity, Integrity and Governance has addressed Googlers about the document.
Muslims resorting to triple talaq will face "social boycott" and an advisory will be issued to the qazis (judge of a Sharia court) that they should tell the grooms that they will not resort to such a form of divorce, a prominent Muslim body told the Supreme Court on Monday.
Reacting to the naval exercise being held by India and Singapore in the South China Sea, China said such activities shouldn't hurt the "interests of other countries"
The point isn't whether Tej Bahadur Yadav highlighted important issues. He may have had. The point is how he raised it.
Airtel has removed Vice President and Head of alliances Pallab Mitra for 'violation of code of conduct'
Telecom major Bharti Airtel has terminated the services of its vice president and head of alliances Pallab Mitra for alleged violation of code of conduct.
Ruling ally MGP on Wednesday said it will withdraw support to the BJP-led Goa government on Thursday even as political parties welcomed the state Assembly polls schedule announced by the Election Commission.