Is the Indian media in safe hands?

Can people with scams like foul play, tax fraud and chit fund staining their characters and careers be trusted with the sincere handling of the media?

UN gives 007 star Daniel Craig 'license to save' landmines
UN gives 007 star Daniel Craig 'license to save' landmines

UN has named 'James Bond' star Daniel Craig the first global advocate for the elimination of mines and explosive hazards.

HC notice to Centre over Prashant Bhushan's plea

The Delhi High Court on Friday issued notice to the central government on a plea by advocate Prashant Bhushan challenging the government`s refusal to reissue him a passport with full validity of 10 years as criminal cases are pending against him.

Telecom Commission to meet Nov 7 to discuss spectrum auction

The Telecom Commission is scheduled to meet Nov 7 to discuss the next round of spectrum auction and the National Optical Fibre Network project, according to sources.

License to make a deal

The licensing business promises lucrative job options finds out Prachi Rege in an interview with Jiggy George, founder and CEO of Dream Theatre Pvt. Ltd.

Indian-American dentist fights to keep license after patient dies

An Indian-American dentist, whose license was suspended after a patient died while getting implants and 20 teeth extracted, is fighting get his license back.

US seeks to fine BNP $10 bn for breaking sanctions: Media

The US is seeking more than $10 billion from French bank BNP Paribas to settle charges it violated US sanctions on Iran, Sudan and Cuba, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

Denied licence to sell crackers, Delhi shopkeepers move HC

With Diwali just a month away, four vendors have moved the Delhi High Court seeking directions to civic agencies, fire services and the Delhi Police, to grant them licence for selling firecrackers.

Fake Putin driving license seized in Germany

A fake Latvian driving license, bearing the name and photo of Russian President Vladimir Putin, was seized from a Russian national in Germany.

Justin Bieber may face fine for tattooing without license

Justin Bieber might be fined as much as USD 2,000 after he made a tattoo on his friend`s leg without license.

Seize horse carriages plying without license: Bombay HC

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed the city police to impound the carriages and horses plying without license and fitness certificate.

Special licence for New Year eve functions required

Bars, hotels, restaurants and other such establishments in the city would have to secure special licences for organising late night festivities.

Egypt licenses first moderate Islamic party

An Egyptian court has licensed a
moderate Islamic party after its application for legal status
was turned down four times by the former Egyptian government.

License must to start blogging in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has the second largest blogger population in the Arab World, and has witnessed an increase by 240 percent in recent times.

Have re-look at the allotment of iron mines: SC to K`taka govt

The Supreme Court today asked the
Karnataka government to decide afresh the matter for allotment
of iron mines to four companies, including JSW Steel`s Jindal
Vijaynagar Steel Ltd, within next four months.

Cop kins who got security agency license get listed on website

Relations of some of the serving and
retired police officers here figure in the list of licensed
private security agencies operating in the city, as detailed
in the Pune police official website.

Insurance co can refuse claim if driver has no license

An insurance company is not
liable to pay vehicle claim if a driver does not possess a
valid driving license at the time of an accident, the National
Consumer Commission has held.

Sonipat recalls licensed weapons

In the run up to the Commonwealth Games, the Sonipat district administration in Haryana has asked people holding licensed weapons to deposit them with the police.

Delhi HC suggests tough law to check fake driving license

The Delhi High Court has suggested a tough law to check fake driving licence holders freely driving on city roads as also those who issue such licences.

HC pulls up govt on advancing telecom license allocation dates

The Delhi High Court on Monday pulled
up the government for its decision to advance the cut-off date
for allotment of telecom licenses to new operators in January
2008 on a first-come, first-serve basis.