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Delhi HC Orders Govt Not To Take Action Against NGO For Non-filing Of Annual Return

The petition also sought help from HC to restrict the income tax authorities from taking strong action against the trust and that the NGO be allowed to file its annual returns.

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Economy Is Booming After Second COVID Wave, That's What We Have Read: Supreme Court

In our considered view, we are not inclined to exercise our contempt jurisdiction, since it is not in the interest of justice, said a Bench of Justices D.Y. Chandrachud, Vikram Nath and Hima Kohli.

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Flipkart Co-founder Sachin Bansal Moves Madras HC Challenging ED Notice

Justice R Mahadevan, before whom the writ petition from Bansal came up for hearing on Friday, pulled up the authorities for the delay of 12 years in issuing the notice and adjourned the matter by three weeks, after directing the ED and its officials to file the counters.

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Bihar Government Orders Transfer To 21 IAS Officers, 87 State Cadre Officers

The major bureaucratic decision was announced by the Bihar government ahead of its Panchayat Election to strengthen administrative control in the state. As many as 47 Sub-Divisional officers(SDOs) and 10 Deputy Development Commissioners(DDCs) are rejigged for this cause.

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19 IAS Officers Rejigged By Haryana Government

In a major administrative decision taken by the Government of Haryana, about 19 IAS officers are reshuffled across the state.

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Centre Issues Advisory To Gram Panchayats Suggesting ''Monetisation Of Assets''

The Department of Panchayati Raj, under the Ministry of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, on August 16 issued an advisory suggesting a number of activities for gram panchayats across the country.

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Section Of Spicejet Employees Go On Strike At Delhi Airport Demanding Proper Salary Disbursement

SpiceJet has been paying reduced salaries to a significant number of employees since 2020 as its finances have been hit due to COVID-19 pandemic-related travel restrictions. Other airlines in India have cut the salaries too since 2020 for the same reason.

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Nitish Kumar Govt In Bihar Sees Red Over Varsity Dropping Thoughts Of JP, Lohia From Syllabus

The minister said he learnt from officials of the varsity that changes were effected in syllabi in accordance with recommendations of an experts' committee in 2018, which was set up after the new education policy came into force.

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Kerala Government Rejigs Key IAS Officers, New Collectors For 4 Districts

Mohammad K Safirulla, a 2010 batch IAS officer, who was holding the charges of Additional Secretary, Department of Electronics and Information Technology has been transferred and is presently been posted as Special Commissioner, Kerala Goods and Service Tax Department.

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Government Extends Visas Of All Foreign Nationals Stuck In India Due To COVID-19 Till September 30

The spokesperson said the decision was taken because a number of foreigners who came to India on various types of visas prior to March 2020 got stranded in the country in the absence of flights to their destinations due to the pandemic.

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What Do The India-Taliban Talks Mean?

Indian diplomat Deepak Mittal met Taliban counterpart Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanekzai in Qatar to discuss the ties between the two governments. The discussions focused on safety, security and return of the Indian Stranded in Afghanistan, according to MEA.

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Atal Pension Yojana Crosses 3.30 Cr Enrolments: Govt

APY, a guaranteed pension scheme of the Central Government, gives Rs 1,000 to Rs 5,000 per month pension, which is also based upon the contribution made, to a subscriber from the retirement age (60 years).

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India Hopes A Positive Way For Economic Recovery, Courtesy August Numbers

But, in July, factory activity moderated slightly with the manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) decreased to 52.3 from 55.3.

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No Rush For Us To Recognise Taliban: White House

The US obviously had contacts with the Taliban during the withdrawal, she said. We had it during the effort that we were trying to midwife a negotiation.

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China Trying To Take Over Bagram Air Force Base, Use Pakistan Against India: Nikki Haley

America’s former envoy to the United Nations Nikki Haley told Fox News on Wednesday that it is time that President Joe Biden's administration reaches out to its key friends and allies like India, Japan and Australia and assure them that the US will have their back.

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