HK reportedly drops scrapping visa-free facility for Indians

 The Hong Kong government has reportedly dropped plans to scrap visa-free entry for Indians after representations from Indian officials and businessmen said such a move could seriously jeopardise businesses and tourism.

Bombay HC tells Railways to reconsider policy on commuters' security

The Bombay High Court on Monday asked the Railways to reconsider its policy on providing security to commuters in long-distance trains while hearing a petition filed by a young woman who lost her leg after being was pushed out of a moving train as she was chasing a thief running away with her bag.

New Aviation Policy expected next week

The final consultation on New aviation policy is expected next week.

Centre bringing policy for safety of NE people in metros

Union Home Ministry is coming up with a 'policy' to look into the safety and security of the North East people residing in metros besides introduction of NE subject in the syllabus of CBSE from next season.

Telangana to unveil policy to address migrant workers' woes

Telangana government plans to unveil a detailed policy to address problems faced by the workers from the state working overseas, Infotech and Panchayat Raj Minister KT Rama Rao said here on Monday.

Australia plans more tough asylum-seeker reforms

Australia announced further tough reforms to its asylum-seeker policy on Wednesday, saying refugees should have to prove a higher risk of danger than before to avoid being sent home.

Govt to work on policy framework for missile exports: Chander

Hyderabad: Many countries have expressed interest in acquiring missiles developed by India and efforts would soon be made on laying down a policy framework to tap this export potential, according to Scientific Adviser to the Defence Minister Avinash Chander.

Brazil`s army to occupy Rio slums as World Cup nears

The Brazilian army will take over the policing of Rio de Janeiro`s Mare slums following a series of attacks on police targets last week.

CA joins Oz football, rugby codes to sign anti-homophobia policy

Cricket Australia (CA) has reportedly joined the four major football and rugby codes of the country in signing a letter agreeing to incorporate anti-homophobia policy in matches.

China denies changing policy on Dalai Lama: Official

China denied changing its stance on exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama today, after reports said Beijing had relaxed its policies of publicly denouncing him and banning worship of his image.

Haryana to launch policy to invite donations for govt schools

Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda will launch a new policy under which interested donors can contribute funds or other items to strengthen government schools in the state.

Chhattisgarh Govt announces policies for four key sectors

In a bid to attract investments, Chhattisgarh Government on Monday announced separate industrial policies for four key sectors.

Policy against misleading ads in the offing

The union government is likely to
come up with a policy to curb the publication of misleading
advertisements, Ministry of
Consumers Affairs said.

Goa to have its info-tech policy by next month

The policy will classify the IT units so that they can be operated from any premises and government agencies would not be refusing them law benefits.

Telangana legislators` boycott policy to continue

Congress leaders from Telangana
region, including ministers and MPs, today decided to continue
staying away from official work in order to mount pressure on
the Centre for the creation of a separate state.

Can’t implement J&K militants rehab policy: HM

Home Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday
said there were "practical issues" in implementing Jammu and
Kashmir government`s rehabilitation policy for militants who
have crossed over to Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

Govt rejects army`s promotion policy proposal

The Indian government has rejected an army proposal for changing its promotion policy for senior officers, sources said Wednesday.

Par panel raps Home Ministry over renewed arms policy

A Parliamentary committee has
strongly criticised the Home Ministry for hurriedly
implementing many new features of the existing arms policy
without seeking its formal approval and violating a decades
old practice.