India

Good conduct certificate no longer mandatory for jobs switch

Those seeking employment in the UAE from outside the country will, however, have to produce the good conduct certificate. Residents changing jobs in the UAE can take it easy. They will not require a good conduct certificate. It is not a ‘mandatory document’ when they apply for a visa if they are in the UAE, said a source in the ...

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Jet Airways prohibits smart luggage on flights from Monday

MUMBAI: Following a direction from the global airline grouping IATA, Jet Airways today said it will prohibit passengers from carrying smart luggage, which include devices with non-removable batteries, on its aircraft from January 15. As per IATA, smart bags/smart luggage include devices with integrated lithium batteries, motors, power banks, GPS, GSM, Bluetooth, RFID or Wi-Fi technology. Bags with a lithium battery will only be ...

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Senior SC judges’ press conference: Five main issues that annoyed them

1) The four senior judges+ believe that all important cases get heard by CJI-led bench and do not get distributed to other senior judges heading benches. 2) The four judges also said there have been instances where cases that have far-reaching consequences for the nation and the judiciary were assigned by the Chief Justice selectively – to benches of their preference – ...

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PANICKY COPS STOP MEVANI, UMAR KHALID FROM ATTENDING STUDENTS’ EVENT

Senior journalist Nikhil Wagle, who was present at the Juhu police station, said he witnessed a frightened government. “Did you ever see a frightened government? I saw one at Juhu and Santacruz police station. Is Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis afraid of students exercising their basic democratic rights?” he asked. Juhu and Santacruz police stations on Thursday turned into sites ...

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Tata, Singapore Airlines ‘open to evaluate’ bidding for Air India: Vistara CEO

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Tata Group and Singapore Airlines are open to bid for indebted state-run Air India, Vistara’s chief executive officer Leslie Thng told reporters on Friday, although it was not clear whether such an approach if done would be done jointly. Tata Group and Singapore Airlines run an airline called Vistara in India through a joint venture. “The ...

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No Triple Talaq Bill As Parliament’s Winter Session Ends

The opposition, led by the Congress, want a review of the jail term provision in the “triple talaq” bill. NEW DELHI:  HIGHLIGHTS Triple talaq bill was listed in Rajya Sabha agenda but not raised today Now deferred to budget session as winter session ends today Opposition, government disagree over jail term provision in bill The Rajya Sabha was adjourned today at ...

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The Current situation of India

It is very sad to know that the current situation in India is deteriorating day by day. The Judiciary, the law machinery, the media, everything is being silenced by the BJP government. The hooliganism of RSS and their affiliates are trying to have an upper hand on the law. Just winning the elections by fraud means the BJP and its ...

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Mangaluru: CREDAI awards scholarships to children of construction workers

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK) Mangaluru, Dec 2: In a noble initiative, the Confederation of Real Estate Developers Association of India (CREDAI), Mangaluru on Saturday December 2 disbursed scholarships to 25 children of construction workers in a function held at Hotel Ocean Pearl here. MLA J R Lobo distributed scholarships worth Rs 1.5 lac to students. Addressing the gathering, MLA ...

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Chief Secretary Ratna Prabha has roots in Karkala, speaks Konkani

Karkala, Dec 2: Most of the people do not know that Ratna Prabha, who was made Chief Secretary of the Karnataka government, has her roots in Karkala. Vimala Bai, mother of Ratna Prabha, is the sister of late Sadananda Kamath, popular entrepreneur, politician and owner of old Dwaraka Hotel of Karkala. Late Vimala Bai, who served as a doctor in Karkala, ...

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