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CCI fines Hyundai, warns two companies

Taking a stern view against failure of car companies to make their spare parts easily available in the market, Competition Commission of India has imposed a penalty of Rs 420.26 crore on Hyundai Motor

Govt may introduce bill to amend consumer law

In a step towards strengthening consumer protection laws, the government plans to introduce a bill during the ongoing Monsoon Session of Parliament to amend the Consumer Protection Act 1986.

Supply issues keep 46 GW idle

Some 46,000 MW of power projects are facing viability issues due to lack of long-term buyers for electricity, inadequate fuel supply, and aggressive bidding to win projects and coal blocks, according

PM Modi: Kalam was a rashtra ratna

The BJP parliamentary party in its meeting held on Tuesday passed two resolutions, condoling death of former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and loss of lives in the Gurdaspur terror attack.

El Nino scare over, kharif crops take root in India

50 per cent of the sowing of summer crops has been completed so far in this kharif season

After warning about the impact of El Nino on India affecting its monsoon for several months, Indian met department has finally some good news: Prospects of summer crops like rice, pulses and oilseeds

PM Modi had attacked Nitish Kumar at Bihar rally

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a public rally at Chakkar Maidan in Muzaffarpur. (Photo: PTI)

Addressing a rally in Muzaffarpur, Bihar, last Saturday, the PM had said that he was hurt when Nitish Kumar had broken the alliance with the BJP two years ago.

RO water is not 100 per cent safe, claim health experts

Health experts have claimed that reverse osmosis water purifiers do not provide 100 per cent virus-free water and can lead to Hepatitis A and E.

‘India-China N-competition may increase’

A leading US defence thinktank has referred to India’s latest Agni-VI intercontinental ballistic missile project and warned in a recent report that the competing missile technologies of India and its

Government moves Delhi High Court for action against MK Meena

The AAP government on Tuesday approached the Delhi high court seeking initiation of contempt proceedings against anti-corruption branch chief M.K.

E-visa for Chinese tourists to start July 30

Implementing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to roll out e-tourist facility for Chinese nationals, preparations are on in the home ministry to launch the facility beginning July 30.

Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage — playing in Mumbai and Delhi — makes us laugh at ourselves by stripping bare the self-serving hypocrisy underlying socially acceptable roles.

In the Prussian town of Königsberg, the river Pregel had seven bridges connecting two small islands in it to the two sides of the town as well as to each other.