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Google, Amazon to go ahead with expansion plans in Hyd

Hyderabad: Internet services company Google, global e-commerce major Amazon, global banking giant HSBC and others have decided to go ahead their expansion plans, which were stuck due to political uncertainty and issues relating to land allotment in Hyderabad. 421 more words

India

Govt Launched "dot Bharat" Domain for Devnagari Script Website

The Government of India officialy launched “.bharat” domain in devnagari script covering eight language including Hindi. The idea behind the domain is to let the non-english speaking part of the population type URLs in the tongue they understand best. 182 more words

Company

The Hindu - Supreme Court to hear petitions against scrapping of collegium system on Monday

Four PILs have been filed in the Supreme Court for declaring the NJAC move as unconstitutional

New Delhi, 21 August 2014. The Supreme Court will hear on Monday a batch of petitions challenging the 121st constitutional amendment by which collegium system for appointment of judges in higher judiciary was scrapped and a new mechanism under National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC) was proposed to be put in place. 230 more words

News

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill to be tabled in Rajya Sabha today

According to sources, a Constitution Amendment Bill to facilitate establishment of a Commission to appoint judges to higher judiciary was moved to Rajya Sabha on Wednesday night for its consideration. 178 more words

Nation

Judicial Appointments Commission Bill to be tabled in Rajya Sabha today

According to sources, a Constitution Amendment Bill to facilitate establishment of a Commission to appoint judges to higher judiciary was moved to Rajya Sabha on Wednesday night for its consideration. 178 more words

Nation

From the PM – in 140 characters!

Nearly two decades ago, as a member of the Pune working journalists union, I remember an occasion during one of our usual protests over something or the other, we had gathered outside the Pune Union of Working Journalists (PUWJ) office, which was then opposite the Congress Bhavan, near Bal Gandharva Rangmandir. 778 more words

Maharashtra Herald