Under this bill,”cattle” as “cow, calf of a cow and bull, bullock and he or she buffalo below the age of thirteen years but not buffalo after 13 age of years.
Supreme Court adjourns Ashok Arora personal plea
Delhi high court on hearing the plea of Ashok Arora, former secretary of the supreme court bar association (SCBA) who seeks stay in his suspension which was rejected by the court.
Against this order, he appealed in Supreme court. Further, he wanted to argue for himself.
Defending himself he mentioned the entire sequence of events are disgusting and these are defamatory and humiliating.
Supreme Court directs Jammu Kashmir High Court to review petitions
Roshni Act’ is the popular name for the ‘Jammu and Kashmir State Land (Vesting of Ownership to the Occupants) Act, 2001’, which regularized the encroachments and unauthorized occupations on public land till 1990 on the occupants paying the market rates prevailing as on that year.
The High The High Court declared the Act void abinitio and make it unconstitutional and directed CBI inquiry against the land allotments.
The solicitor general stated that till now there is no no coercive action will be taken after that, Supreme Court directs the Jammu kashmir high court to entertain review petition filled on Roshni act.
Allahabad High Court grants bail to Kamran Ameen Khan
The said accused sent a WhatsApp message threatening to kill UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath with a bomb.
He was charged under Sections 505(1)(b), 505(2), 120B, 506, 507 Indian Penal Code, 66(F) Information Technology Act.
On accepting his unconditional apology, the bench of Justice Dinesh kumar singh granted bail to the accused.
Gujarat Hgh Court remains closed for sanitation
The Gujarat High Court will remain closed for three days, starting December 12, 2020 till December 14, 2020, to enable proper sanitization of its premises.
The initiative was taken under direction of Chief Justice Vikram Nath, the Judicial and Administrative functioning of the High Court will remain suspended.
CAPFs asked by Amit Shah to furnish leave data of jawans
Central Armed Police Forces(CAPF) are directed by Union Home Minister Amit Shah to compile three-year data and inform his ministry if their jawans and officers are utilizing their stipulated leaves as part of his ambitious proposal that aims at allowing troops spend at least 100 days with their families in a year.
Also the directions have been given to depute a senior officer in the rank of an additional director general (in-charge of human resources) to submit a report in this context by the first week of next month.
The Central Armed Police Forces or paramilitary forces include the CRPF, BSF, ITBP, CISF and the SSB.
The move was aimed to reduce stress and enhance the happiness quotient of these personnel who work in harsh climatic conditions and long schedule.
CBSE exam dates soon to be decided after consultation with stakeholders: Education Minister
The schedule of Class X and XII examinations was yet to be decided by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), but would be announced soon after consulting all stakeholders.
The Minister was asked about the dates for exams as well as their possible postponement during a virtual interaction with students, parents and teachers.
Cooperation and collaboration is the basis our Indo-Pacific approach: India tells U.N.
India has said its concept of the Indo-Pacific is “inclusive” in nature and is based on cooperation and collaboration, given the need for shared responses to the shared challenges in the strategically important region.
India calls for a free, open and inclusive order in the Indo-Pacific, based upon respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity of all nations, peaceful resolution of disputes through dialogue and adherence to international rules and laws.
India, the U.S. and several other world powers have been talking about the need to ensure a free, open and thriving Indo-Pacific in the backdrop of China’s rising military maneuvering in the region.
Engineering colleges may reopen by year end
Engineering colleges in Kerala are planning phased resumption of offline classes by year end.
APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University has prepared a draft schedule that slightly modifies the ongoing academic semester to accommodate a window for contact classes.
Students are likely to be permitted to the campus, one semester at a time, to adhere to the COVID-19 guideline of physical distancing.
Zones for street vendors, planed by Kalaburagi corporation
The Kalaburagi City Corporation is planning to set up zones in the city to help vendors carry out their business in the earmarked places without disturbing traffic.
A Detailed Project Report (DPR) has been prepared which carries the details of infrastructure, the number of vendors to be incorporated in zones, and the total funds required for implementing the project.
Parliament buildings created for reflecting aspirations of 21st century: PM
PM says that MPs should work in order to achieve optimistic results.
The ceremony of establishing new building of parliament includes, all faith prayers.
Jammu and Kashmir in Supreme Court, attains, no immediate coercive action against petitioners
The bench included Justice Surya Kant and Aniruddha Bose, come to an understanding that no petitioners would be deprived of approaching High Court.
Jammu and Kashmir State land Act 2001, popularly known as ‘Roshni Act’ regularized the encroachments and unauthorized occupations on public land.
Accounts showed 71% deaths in custody
The data collected from the reports of NHRC, showed that the rate of poor people dying in custodial is higher than other people.
The people from Chakna and Hajong groups face the most discrimination.
Nutrition to all: A dream of Thousands
In today’s time also, children are lacking behind in physical and mental capabilities because of malnutrition.
Even if the children succeed to survive under malnutrition, they fail to perform well in life.
Astad Deboo: Narrative form in modern dance
His performance always mesmerized the audience.
His work inspired by Muktibodh’s poem was always be considered as challenges the political leaders.
China restricts US official travel to Hong Kong
U.S. diplomat passport holders visiting Hong Kong and nearby Macao will temporarily no longer receive visa-free entry privileges.
This is done in retaliation for simikar measures by Washington, the Foreign Ministry saud.
U.S. administration officials, congressional staffers, employees of non-governmental organizations and their immediate family members will face “reciprocal sanctions, Ms. Hua said.
U.K. signs post-Brexit free trade deal with Singapore
The UK has signed a free trade deal with singapore covering trade worth 17.6 billion pounds.
Daily Covid-19 cases crosses 600 for the 1st time in Japan
The number of new infections in Japan’s capital have topped 600 in a day for the first time.
Experts on Tokyo’s virus task force say the surge in infections has placed an added burden on hospitals, making it difficult for many of them to carry out treatment for ordinary patients.
Covid-19 antibody test gives results in 20 minutes
Scientists have developed a new accurate and reliable test to detect antibodies for the SARS-CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes Covid-19, which gives results in less than 20 minutes.
The new method, called biolayer interferometry immunosorbent assay provides complete quantitative results in less than 20 minutes.
Lexus launches the guest experience centre in Hyderabad; At number four
On Thursday, Japanese carmaker Toyota’s luxury vehicle Lexus expanded its dealership network in the country.
Setting up its fourth Guest Experience Center (GEC) in Hyderabad.
Since its entry into March 201, Lexus has had three such centres – one each in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru.
Collective reporting to improve corporate reporting says Top CXOs
Integrated reporting can help companies improve their reporting and corporate reporting according to their reporting.
The report says that 75. % of experienced business leaders feel that subsidized reporting will help improve corporate reporting in their organizations, according to a survey by Grant Thornton Bharat.
The survey included responses from some of the world’s top global corporate executives.
Equitas SFB launches 3-in-1 account offering a variety of different investment options
Equitas Small Finance Bank on Thursday announced the launch of a 3-in-1 account that will allow customers to invest in a variety of financial products.
The accounts, savings, and demat accounts will be merged into three financial products under one umbrella, the bank said in a press release.
A 3-in-1 account is a convenient option that helps customers keep all their banking and financial investments under one umbrella component.
By 2027, Walmart will export three times 10 billion annually from India
Walmart, a US retailer, said on Thursday that it would increase India’s exports to 3 billion annually by 2020, in the wake of an aggressive attack on the government’s efforts to position India as a manufacturing hub.
The move is expected to boost micro, small and medium enterprises in India.
Minority stakeholder HGS, Ashok Leyland appeared red in the ICD
An investor in Hinduja Global Solutions has sought SEBI’s intervention from the company’s promoters on the alleged issue of malpractice and protection of the rights of minority shareholders.
Investor Aikant Bhatti has expressed concern over the manner in which HGS and Ashok Leyland have used inter-corporate deposits (ICDs) at the expense of shareholders.
India ruled 1 over short of target in 3rd T20I, players fined 20% of match fee
Team India players have been fined 20% of their match fee for maintaining a slow over-rate against Australia in the third T20I.
The sanctions were imposed by the match referee David Boon who ruled Virat Kohli-led side to be one over short of the target.
Paolo Rossi, who won 1982 FIFA World Cup with Italy, dies at 64.
Ex-Italian footballer Paolo Rossi, who guided his national team to victory in the 1982 World Cup died at the age of 64.
The news of his death was reported by Italian media which was later confirmed by his wife.
Rossi scored six goals in the 1982 edition after he almost missed the tournament due to a ban.
Dates for England’s India tour announced, world’s largest stadium to host all 5 T20Is
The BCCI and ECB announced the fixtures for Team India’s home series against England.
Motera, the largest cricket stadium in the world, will host all the five T20I matches from March 12 to March 20 next year.
Latest rankings for ODI batsmen released
India captain Virat Kohli has consolidated his top spot with 870 points, while Rohit Sharma, who missed the limited-over series against Australia, is second with 842 points.
Hardik Pandya has broken into the top 50 for the first time and is ranked 49th with a career-best of 553 points.
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Google was fined £ 91 million for ad-tracking cookies
French data protection watchdog CNIL said that before advertisement cookies were stored on their devices, Google and Amazon’s French websites had not requested visitor consent.
Amazon, the US shopping giant, was also fined EUR 35 million for violating the law.
If they do not comply, once the modifications are made, they will be fined a further 100,000 euros per day. Google: “We stand by our record of providing upfront information”.
In Jaishankar’s comments on the Ladakh situation, China made common efforts to maintain good relations
Hua Chunying, Speaker of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said this in response to India’s Foreign Minister S Jaishankar’s remarks.
China and India are neighbors and the two biggest emerging markets in the world. China, according to the foreign ministry, has strictly followed the agreements concluded between the two sides.
In bilateral ties, there are difficulties, but China’s stance and policy on India has not changed, she says. We will remain committed to protecting harmony and tranquility.
Pakistan Army-ISI media power sidesteps concerns posed by Bangladesh PM on war crimes of 1971
Hasina had said Bangladesh cannot forget and forgive atrocities committed by Pakistan in 1971 when Pakistani High Commissioner Imran Ahmed Siddiqui called on her.
According to a press release issued by the Office of the Prime Minister, “Incidents of 1971 cannot be forgotten or forgiven,” said PM. Curiously, the Pakistani news media left out the remarks made by the PM of Bangladesh.
Coronavirus: You must stop false theories about COVID-19 treatments
Cases of COVID-19 continue to surge. People fail to stay away from all the misconceptions and misleading statements that circulate. The false theories about the therapies you need to avoid are here.
Remdesivir was the first antiviral medication to be licensed by the FDA and is for emergency use only. It appears that this type of medication.
Herbal and ayurvedic treatments were also thought to be capable of preventing COVID-19.
You should self-isolate at home if you do not have trouble breathing, chest pain, or any other serious coronavirus symptoms.
My COVID Story: Don’t leave your stomach empty for a long time and just drink warm water
In 2012, I had a history of lung problems due to TB, so I was very vigilant and maintained social distance.
My mother-in-law traveled by train from Lucknow the day before Diwali, and the day she arrived she coughed at night and claimed headache, too.
She was fine the next day with just a slight headache. We thought maybe because of the tiredness, it was happening.
I arrived home on the 17th evening and saw that my husband and my MIL were both quarantined in separate quarters.
We discovered that she tested positive for COVID on the 18th. “We tried calling “Arogya Setu,” but until now we have tried calling “Arogya Setu.