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Jun 30, 2016
Toshiba unit purchase worth $6.5 billion by Canon being probed by regulatorJapan's anti-monopoly regulator is investigating Canon Inc over a possible breach of disclosure rules in the company's acquisition of Toshiba Corp's medical equipment unit, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said.
Apr 28, 2016
India has tremendous scope to enhance its cybersecurity readinessJared Ragland, Director for Policy in APAC for BSA - The Software Alliance speaks to Tech2 about ideal cybersecurity policies
Apr 13, 2016
Marathwada's drought: 'Toothless' laws lead to water exploitationToothless water and irrigation laws in Maharashtra explain the paradox of a state with the largest dam infrastructure facing water scarcity and drought
Jan 15, 2016
EU privacy regulators to meet February 2 on EU-U.S. data transfersEuropean Union privacy regulators aim to agree next month on whether and how data transfers to the United States should continue in the absence of an EU-U.S. data-transfer pact that was struck down last year on privacy concerns.
Dec 09, 2015
Legal experts agree: Trump's 'block all Muslims' proposal is unconstitutionalDonald Trump's call to block all Muslims from entering the United States is not only unconstitutional but also impossible to carry out, legal experts said Tuesday.
Nov 09, 2015
'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Nyay,' says PM Modi on Legal Service DayPrime minister Narendra Modi on Monday said there must be 'Sabka Nyay' (justice for all) along with 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas'.
Apr 11, 2015
Legal costs, salaries and a drone: Why the govt froze Greenpeace India's bank accountsReports now indicate that the Ministry of Home Affairs decided to freeze the accounts on the basis of an inspection report that claims Greenpeace was using funds to bail arrested activists, paying high salaries and keeping foreign consultants to aid in carrying out protests.
Jan 13, 2015
Maharashtra minister wants public pressure to make shopkeepers, call centre execs talk in MarathiThe government does not want to compel the business community to appoint Marathi speaking executives, Vinod Tawde said.
Nov 03, 2014
Did you know: India still has pre-World War-II era lawEven 67 years after India's Independence, the country's statute book still has a law which provides for punishment to those who dissuade people from taking part in a war in which the "British Empire" is involved.
Jul 26, 2014
Ukraine faces bitter election in midst of conflict with RussiaKIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine's prime minister has launched what promises to be a bitter election campaign that could divide pro-Western parties and complicate their efforts to fight pro-Russian rebels in the country's east. Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk, a key interlocutor of the West during months of turmoil, announced on Thursday he would quit, saying parliament was betraying Ukraine's army and people by blocking reforms supported by Western backers. His move, following the exit of two parties from the ruling coalition, amounted to the start of a campaign for seats in a legislature still packed with former allies of pro-Russian president Viktor Yanukovich, ousted by protests in February