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Centre allows bureaucrats to retain gifts valued up to Rs 5,000 received from foreign dignitaries

Gifts received by Civil Services Officers from foreign dignitaries will have to submitted to the toshakhana for evaluation and if found valued above Rs 5,000, the difference amount could be paid to retain them

Delhi HC pulls up Twitter over ‘total noncompliance of rules’, grants one more week’s time as last opportunity

The court directed that the affidvait must clearly set out details of persons who have been appointed as Chief Compliance Officer and Redressal officer.

Even as Pegasus story falls flat, here are the 9 ‘protocols’ Uddhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra govt has put in place fearing being spied on

Even as the Pegasus snoop gate propaganda peddled by vested foreign interests fell flat with no takers or proof, the Maharashtra government seems to be still afraid of a potential threat of being spied on

What happened in UP was illustrative of Twitter’s arbitrariness in fighting fake news: RS Prasad hits out on Twitter after it loses its safety...

While talking about the safe harbour provision of Twitter, Ravi Shankar Prasad said it has failed to comply with the Intermediary Guidelines

While WhatsApp alleges ‘privacy violation’ against new IT rules, here is why they are important to catch criminals behind serious crimes

Messaging apps like WhatsApp needed to reveal origin of only those messages related to serious crimes with 5 years of jail term

NDTV employee blames Air India for her inability to produce documents at airport leading to a missed flight

NDTV employee holds Air India accountable for her misplaced documents, bad internet and for following the aviation rules in India.

JNU administration planning to place teaching staff under Conduct of Central Service Rules: Reports

JNUSU had called for a strike on Friday claiming that they were not invited to the meeting.

Delhi bans Vat 69 and Smirnoff for two years

The company had violated rules by using unauthorised and loose barcodes

Some interesting facts about Presidential Elections of India you may not be knowing

Did you know that a special pen will be used during the voting? And that it’s a preferential voting?

Bengal is different and has its own rules: Imam Barkati on why he is still using red beacon

The Shahi Imam further said that his post as Imam was far more important than any minister's post.

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