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Parliament panel recommends holding winter session from Nov 29
The cabinet committee on parliamentary affairs has recommended that the winter session of the Parliament be held from November 29 to December 23, sources said on Monday. Image used for......
Just what does Modi's CCPA do?
While there is no change in the strength of the Modi-led CCPA over its two tenures, what has changed is its profile.Aditi Phadnis reports. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi to his......
The Importance of Smriti Irani
Being made a member of the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs makes her an important player in BJP politics, observes Rashme Sehgal. IMAGE: Smriti Irani addresses an election rally in Assam......
CCPA recommends 3-part Budget session of Parliament from Jan 29
The Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) has recommended that the Budget session of Parliament commence from January 29 and conclude on April 8. According to the Committee's......
Parliament's Winter session from Dec 11
The month-long Winter Session of Parliament is set to commence from December 11, the day counting of votes will take place for assembly elections in five states. The Cabinet Committee on......
Consumer protection agency sends notice to Ola, Uber
CCPA said the primary issues raised in the notices included ‘deficiency in service’. This includes lack of proper response from customer support, driver refusing to take payment by......
Uber to hire 500 engineers for its India tech centres
Uber Technologies said it is doing a fresh round of recruitment for its India tech centres and is planning to hire 500 more tech employees by December. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The......
Amazon, Flipkart, 3 others issued notices for selling faulty pressure cookers
The Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) has issued notices to five e-commerce entities, including Amazon, Flipkart and PaytmMall, as well as various sellers for offering pressure cookers......
Govt issues 202 notices to e-com players for violating norm
The Union government on Tuesday said it has issued 202 notices to e-commerce players for incorrect declaration of 'country of origin' on products on their platforms in the last one year.......
Why implementing stricter e-com rules won't be easy
There is a significant difference of opinion within the government on the draft e-commerce rules put out by the consumer affairs ministry, a top government official said on Wednesday and flagged......
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