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Sensible pay for CXOs: Sebi

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Friday said companies need to act more sensibly while determining the pay packages of senior executives as a growing number of institutions and pub

Chargesheet filed against Islamic State recruits

Representational picture of an IS recruit

Maharashtra’s Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) on Friday filed a chargesheet against four Parbhani residents who were arrested in July on accusations that they were operatives and recruiters for the banned

CCI announces module for competitiveness

India Inc got much of what it has been demanding from the Competition Commission of India with the announcement that it plans to release a ‘Competition Compliance Manual.

Sanjay Nirupam gets a call from ‘patriotic’ don

Sanjay Nirupam

After raising doubts over the surgical strikes in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), Congress (Mumbai) president Sanjay Nirupam on Friday claimed that he had received a “threat call” from gangster Ravi

Osho Will: Bombay High Court raps Pune cops for tardy probe

Osho Rajneesh

The Bombay high court on Friday reprimanded the Pune police for its casual approach in investigating the alleged forgery of spiritual guru Chandra Mohan Jain aka Osho Rajneesh’s will.

Supreme Court freezes BCCI funds to states till reforms kick in

Supreme Court of India (Photo: PTI)

The Supreme Court ordered the Indian cricket board on Friday not to release funds to state associations, saying money already disbursed would not be used without a commitment to accept reforms suggest

‘Make assault non-bailable offence’

BMC engineers stage a protest outside the BMC headquarters at CST on Friday. (Photo: Debasish Dey)

Even as the attacks on civic engineers have gone up, the state government has been turning a deaf ear to their demands of making such offences non-bailable.

NIA probes terror attack on Langate Army base

The National Investigation Agency will probe the terror attack at an Army installation in Langate in Kupwara region on Thursday in which three militants were killed by the security forces.

Road repair work to start as strike called off

SP workers number potholes in Colaba even as the BMC claimed there were only 25 potholes. (Photo: Debasish Dey)

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will now be able to start post-monsoon road repair work that was scheduled to begin in October, as civic engineers have decided to call off their strike te

President: Modernisation to make IAF more potent

President Pranab Mukherjee (Photo: PTI)

President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday said modernisation process in the Indian Air Force will turn it into even more potent and strategic force which can take on all future challenges.

Apart from the deaths, misery and displacement of millions the five-year long civil war has caused, the current phase is redefining the geopolitics of the region.

In a recent article in a widely read Web journal the well-known strategist Brig. Gurmeet Kanwal (retd.) discusses nuclear options should Pakistan reach its redlines quite early in a conflict.