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SEBI To Seek Public View Before Allowing Unified Exchanges

The market regulator won’t rush in to allow unified commodity and stock exchanges. It will first release a consultation paper before moving in that direction, said SK Mohanty, executive director of the Securities and Exchange Board of India. “The debate is under deliberation when it

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Acid attack victims, transgender get jobs in Delhi HC

Five acid attack victims and a transgender today joined their jobs in the Delhi High Court, which, in a unique gesture, gave them employment after their plight was brought to the notice of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal. A source close to Justice Mittal’s office

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HC allows Ramleela at Sadar Bazar in Delhi Cantonment area

The Delhi High Court today allowed the holding of Ramleela at the Sadar Bazar ground in Delhi Cantonment area here on the occassion of Dussehra festival. A bench of Justice A K Chawla upheld the Delhi Cantonment Board’s decision granting permission to Shree Raghunandan Leela

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Ryan murder case: HC stays arrest of Pinto family

The Punjab and Haryana High Courton Thursday stayed the arrest of the Pinto family, the owners and trustees of RyanInternational School in connection with murder of seven-year-old Pradyuman Thakur. The Pinto family — Augustine F. Pinto, his wife Grace and their son Ryan, had moved the High Court seeking anticipatory bail in the matter. The

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Mumbai: Teacher arrested after mercilessly beating up 16-year-old student

The police have arrested a teacher, who mercilessly thrashed a 16-year-old student for not having an Aadhar identification card. The incident took place at the Oxford English High School located in Mumbai’s Ghatkopar. The teacher identified as Shyam Bahadur Vishwakarma had hit the student named Suhail Ansari on the head, where he

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Oxford University worker and US professor plead not guilty to murder

A former Northwestern University professor and an Oxford University employee have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder charges in the stabbing death of the professor’s boyfriend. Wyndham Lathem, 46, and Andrew Warren, 56, stood quietly in separate Chicagocourt hearings on Thursday as their attorneys entered pleas