Election Commission rejects pleas of 20 AAP MLAs in office of profit case
AAP Lawmakers Held 'De Facto Office', Says Election Commission, Rejects Their Pleas
In a setback for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party, the Election Commission (EC) has rejected pleas of 21 AAP legislators to drop office of profit case against them. The EC in its final hearing, likely to be in August,will decide on their disqualification.
#Infosys to pay $1 million fine to New York in visa violation case
Infosys To Pay $1 Million Fine To New York In Visa Violation Case
IT major Infosys has reached a settlement for USD 1 million with the state of New York in a visa-related case, even though the company maintained it committed no wrongdoings and the probe was centred on alleged paperwork errors.
Kanyashree scheme for girls in Bengal wins UN award
Kanyashree Scheme For Girls In Bengal Wins UN Award
Kanyashree Prakalpa, the scheme launched by Mamata Banerjee in October 2013, two years after she became West Bengal chief minister, today won her government the United Nations Public Service Award at The Hague.
'Red carpet' awaits PM Narendra Modi in US: Terror, trade on agenda, may skip H1-B
'Red Carpet' Awaits PM Narendra Modi In US: Terror, Trade On Agenda, May Skip H1-B
Prime Minister Narendra Modi who leaves for his three-nation tour -- Portugal, US and Netherlands -- today, will reach Washington at 6am on Sunday where the White House is rolling out the red carpet for him. A senior White House official told reporters that President Donald Trump's first working dinner with a foreign leader will be with the Indian Prime Minister.
Sushma Swaraj asks Indian envoy in Saudi to help nurse forced into slavery
Sushma Swaraj Asks Indian Envoy In Saudi To Help Nurse Forced Into Slavery
Known for her prompt response on social media, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj asked the Indian envoy in Saudi Arabia to help Jacintha Mendonca, a nurse hailing from Karnataka who had been reportedly forced into slavery in the Arab state.
Delhi University colleges release cut-off; highest 99.66% for electronics at Khalsa College
Delhi University Releases First Cut-Of Listf; SGTB Khalsa Sets 99.66% For Electronics
The Delhi University (DU) colleges announced their cut-offs on Friday with most of them concentrating around the 97 per cent tab for commerce courses, set earlier in the day by the Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC).