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  • RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav convicted by Special CBI Court in fodder scam case at Ranchi; Quantum of punishment to be pronounced on Feb 21

    A special CBI court in Ranchi has convicted Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav in the final case of multi-crore fodder scam. This case is related to fraudulent withdrawal of more than one hundred and 39 crores amount from Doranda Treasury in Jharkhand. The special court acquitted 24 other accused for lack of evidence. […]

    Indian Embassy in Ukraine asks Indians, particularly students, to leave in view of current situation

    Indian Embassy in Kyiv has asked Indians particularly students whose stay is not essential, to leave Ukraine temporarily in view of the current situation.  Indian nationals are also advised to avoid all non-essential travel to and within Ukraine. The Embassy has asked all Indian nationals to keep it informed about the status of their presence […]

    Judiciary yields to Lawyers’ demand; E-filing to be made easy and error free

    By Our Legal Correspondent Thiruvananthapuram: The Trivandrum Bar Association is known for its inimitable spirit to “fight till finish.”  The Association, up in arms against the “hurried and erroneous” implementation of E-filing in lower courts, has forced the authorities to “modify the decision” and make the process “effortless”   with an interest to ease the judicial […]

    LIC files Draft Red Herring Prospectus with SEBI seeking approval for its IPO

    LIC has filed Draft Red Herring Prospectus with SEBI, seeking approval for its Initial Public Offering, IPO. Secretary, Department of Investment and Public Asset Management, Tuhin Kanta Pandey has said, the IPO is 100 per cent Offer for sale by government of India and no fresh issue of shares by LIC. In a tweet, Mr […]

    Kerala Lawyers to Confront Compulsory e-filing

    From Our Legal Correspondent Thiruvananthapuram: Discontent is brewing within the legal fraternity in Kerala against the abrupt move from the administration to impose e-filing system on the advocates “without proper planning and necessary arrangements.” The “inconsiderate approach of the administration compelling the lawyers to follow e-filing system with no adequate homework cannot be accepted” said […]

    A year after coup, U.S. denounces Burma’s military, adds new sanctions

    by share America One year after a military coup in Burma, President Biden denounced the military regime’s violence against civilians and called for democracy in the country. “The coup has caused immense suffering across Burma and undermined regional stability, while the leaders of the regime and their supporters seek to profit off the chaos they […]

    U.S. and Pacific partners aid Tonga after disaster

    By Leigh Hartman The United States is working with international partners to supply clean water, food and other emergency aid to the people of Tonga after a devastating volcanic eruption and tsunami. The Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai volcano erupted off the coast of Tonga in mid-January, blanketing islands with ash and triggering tsunami waves nearly 15 meters […]

    Ukrainian Americans show support for Ukraine

    By ShareAmerica Ukrainian Americans continue to express solidarity with family and friends in their native homeland. They worry amid threats of another Russian invasion. “We stand with Ukraine and against Russian aggression against a sovereign nation,” Ihor Diaczun, president of the Illinois Division of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America, said during a December rally in Chicago. “Our […]

    U.S. doctor will produce vaccines in South Africa

    By Leigh Hartman A U.S. doctor turned businessman is opening a new vaccine plant in South Africa that will produce the first COVID-19 vaccines manufactured entirely in Africa. Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, who immigrated to the United States from South Africa, held an opening ceremony for the Nant SA facility in Cape Town, South Africa, January 19. […]

    312 girl cadets admitted in class 6th in 33 Sainik Schools: MoS Defence

    A total of 312 girl cadets have been admitted in class 6th in 33 Sainik Schools in the country. In a written reply in the Rajya Sabha today, Minister of State for Defence, Ajay Bhatt said, these girl cadets have been admitted in the schools with effect from 2021-22 session. He said, 23 Sainik Schools […]