Senator Slom is featured with special guest Tisha S. Panter, Senior Attorney and Director of the Senate Minority Research Office. Topics include the special session, the law, Australia, initiative, referendum, recall, term limits and the upcoming 2014 Legislature.
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The district consumer forum recently asked a mobile service provider to pay Rs 5,000 to a diamond merchant as compensation for slapping a Rs 58,000 mobile bill on him eight years ago.Dharmesh Shah,a diamond merchant from Opera House was in for a rude shock whenhistripinBelgiumin2006turnedoutto be more expensive than he anticipated.Shah had purchased a SIM card from Matrix Mobile Services to use during his trip.According to the tariff plan he had purchased from Matrix,Shah was to be charged for outgoing calls and not incoming ones.However,when he returned from Belgium to India a month later,he received a bill of Rs 58,283.Thechargeswerehigherandatsomeplaces double and not according to the agreed plan, he argued in court.The following month,Shah received a bill from the service provider that was over Rs 10,000.HethencontactedtheMatrixcustomercaresupportandwasredirectedtotheassistant manager of the Mumbai office,who assured Shah that his concerns would be looked into and that he would be issued fresh bills. 145 more words
Pernem police had arrested nine people, including Nitesh, last evening. While the court granted bail to four, five others would be taken for remand on Wednesday. 205 more words
This morning, Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, at 9:30 a.m., the Arizona Court of Appeals is scheduled to hear the case Korwin v. Cotton — a three-year legal battle more often referred to as the ‘Bus Shelter Ads case.’ The First Amendment free speech aspect of this legal matter has brought together two usually divergent groups, the Goldwater Institute and the ACLU/AZ, which filed an Amicus Curiae brief. 148 more words