Google perpetuated 'digital slavery' in India for 15 years: MapmyIndia
In October last year, the country’s antitrust watchdog, imposed a fine of ₹1,337.76 crore on Google for abusing its dominant position in multiple markets in the Android Mobile device ecosystem.
CCI order to make smartphones expensive, prone to data theft: Google
Foundational disruptions at this stage could undo the deep investments and effort made by OEMs, developers and the industry, says Google.
Why demonetisation verdict raises more questions than answers
By not questioning Centre’s contrarian economic wisdom, RBI’s acquiescence and its own delay of 6 years to decide the writs, the court has failed to bring checks and balances and prevent recurrence.
Supreme Court upholds demonetisation; dissenting judge calls it 'unlawful'
It was "not relevant" whether the objective of the overnight ban was achieved, the majority judgment says.
ED probes Ashok Leyland in 2017 BS-III vehicle case
The agency is also probing former Andhra Pradesh MLA JC Prabhakar Reddy and Gopal Reddy in the case and has attached assets worth ₹22 crore.
If EWS is ₹8 lakh income, why is Income Tax charged at ₹2.5 lakh: Madras HC to Centre
The petitioner told the high court that the income tax slabs as per the current Finance Act were in conflict with the EWS category cap on annual income.
Subsidies are an essential part of social security. The Centre and states need to strike the right balance between merit and non-merit subsidies.
Fortis Healthcare case: Singh brothers get 6-month jail; stock falls 5%
The Supreme Court has ordered a forensic audit of the stake sale in Fortis Healthcare to Malaysia-based IHH Healthcare, while extending its stay on IHH’s open offer.
Mining ban in Goa, Sterlite copper plant closure cost ₹8,000 cr to exchequer: CUTS
Industry lost another ₹15,000 cr, apart from 16,000 job losses, and an adverse impact on another 75,000 persons, a study that analysed economic impact of decisions of SC, NGT in 5 specific cases shows
Beware of Lanka-like crisis with 'non-merit freebies'
Freebies are worrying the Supreme Court and the Prime Minister too.