Honeywell starts making N95 masks at Pune unit

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High Court can decide on Rajasthan disqualification issue: SC

Sibal argued that the presiding officer’s right to call and conduct the disqualification proceeding cannot be meddled with by the court; at most the speaker can be asked to rule upon the proceedings

Supreme Court to hear Rajasthan Speaker’s appeal on Thursday

Terming the HC order as “illegal, perverse, and in derogation of the powers of the Speaker,” the Speaker in his appeal stated that the “judiciary was never expected” to intervene in such matte

The case will be heard by a Bench led by Justice Arun Mishra.

Supreme Court seeks govt’s response on contempt plea for not reviewing 4G ban in J&K

However, the bench gave a week’s time to the government to file its response detailing the setting up of the committee and also the decisions taken by it.

The Centre and the J&K administration told a bench headed by justice N V Ramana that no contempt has been committed by the authorities as they have complied with the May 11 directive of the apex court.

Gave him ample chance, says Congress, strips Sachin Pilot of all posts

The party also cracked the whip on Pilot’s loyalists: Vishvendra Singh and Ramesh Meena were removed from the state cabinet, and the state presidents of the Youth Congress and Seva Dal were replaced

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Supreme Court affirms former royal family’s rights to run Kerala’s Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple

The temple had shot into national headlines, after a team assigned by the apex court, had unveiled a collection of antiques , approximately valued in the range of Rs 90,000 crore to Rs 1 lakh crore, i

The erstwhile royal family — trustee of the temple — had filed an appeal against the HC’s order.

NIA begins probe into Kerala gold smuggling case

The Union home ministry had on Thursday ordered an NIA probe into the seizure of 30kg gold at Thiruvananthapuram airport, soon after an audio recording of the accused admitting her links to the UAE co

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Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh to raise voice on workers’ plight

Sector-wise demonstrations will be held at state capitals, district headquarters, blocks and also in all big industrial estates, said BMS General Secretary Virjesh Upadhyay.

Warehousing to see strong bounce-back in FY21: Report

The e-commerce share in the warehousing demand increased to 23% in FY20 from 14% in FY18, the report said.

Tamil Nadu extends lockdown till July 31; curbs to be stricter on Sundays

Tamil Nadu on Monday added 3,949 new positive cases with Chennai alone reporting 2,167 cases, the state health department said.

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Google seeks patent for mobile device security for e-payments

According to the company, the technology which is related to managing registration for electronic payment could detect fraud vectors.

The technology giant has up and running in India the Google Pay.

Covid to help Egis India in getting opportunities: MD Sandeep Gulati

We have a plan to open a design centre in India that would cater to international businesses of Egis. It would be opened in Gurgaon; but as we scale up, we would be looking at other locations as well.

We have taken around 250 people in 2019.

Kerala Dialogue: Amartya Sen, Noam Chomsky roped in to discuss new possibilities in post-Covid world

Kerala Planning Board vice-chairman VK Ramachandran and senior journalist N Ram will be the moderators. The debate series is to be telecast through the chief minister's official social media accounts

India likely to cross record 55 lakh tonnes of sugar exports

Brazil has diverted around 46-48% of its cane to sugar production and is expected to produce around 360 lakh tonnes as against 260 lakh tonnes last season.

India’s highest exports had touched 49 lakh tonnes in 2007-08.

Covid-19 deaths in India close to 15,000

Cases have grown at 4.1% daily since the government announced Unlock 1.0, deaths have increased by 5.1% during this period.

Skill India hasn’t yielded much to boost MSME labour output: Economist

Sharing similar views, executive vice-president (Wadhwani Advantage) of Wadhwani Foundation Samir Sathe stressed the need to strengthen SMEs to meet growing demand and become competitive in the long r

Get ready for Unlock 2.0, PM Modi tells states

He asked the states to take steps to boost infrastructure and construction-related work as well as remain alert to effectively tackle the challenges faced by migrant labourers.

“We need to now think about phase 2 of Unlock and how to minimize all possibilities of harm to our people,” he said.

Uttar Pradesh to introduce quota in PWD contracts

As per the plan, 21% quota will be fixed for the Scheduled Castes, 2% for the Scheduled Tribes, 27% for backward castes, and 10% for the poor belonging to the general category.

Power Point: UPSC engineers up in arms over new posting policy

In a letter written to power secretary Sanjiv Nandan Sahai, the Central Water and Power Engineering Services Association (CWPESA) has pointed that these engineers are recruited through the Union Publi

Full wages during Covid-19 lockdown: Firms which didn’t pay get SC relief

The MHA notification which ordered mandatory payment of full wages to workers during the lockdown stood withdrawn from May 18.

60,000 govt canteens should be set up to feed 3 crore urban migrants: National Institute of Public Finance and Policy

“Learning from the Covid-19 crisis, we recommend large-scale deployment of state-supported canteens to provide hygienic, affordable and nutritious cooked food thrice a day to all urban migrant worke

The CEEW-NIPFP study on ‘Jobs, Growth and Sustainability: A New Social Contract for India’s Recovery’, has estimated that operating expenses of these canteens could be recovered by charging a meal at just Rs 15.

Gujarat industries demand special trains to bring back migrant labourers

More than 20 lakh migrant workers were shifted from Gujarat to different states after Railways initiated special ‘Shramik Trains’ in the wake of nationwide lockdown during May.

Covid-19 in Maharashtra: Low fresh infections in Dharavi, Worli help Mumbai breathe easier

Infections in Delhi and Chennai are, though, picking up pace and both cities are adding more cases than Mumbai

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Policy implementation may slow as top govt officials catch Coronavirus infection

Apart from the overall gloom, DIPAM secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey, who is spearheading the disinvestment programme, having tested Covid-19 positive on Tuesday could also slow the privatisation process.

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