Railway changes online ticketing rules, effective February 15

The Railway has decided to put a cap on monthly online ticket booking on Indian Railways' e-ticketing website. According to new rule effective February 15, an individual can book only a maximum of six railway tickets online per month.

Railway changes online ticketing rules, effective February 15

The Railway has decided to put a cap on monthly online ticket booking on Indian Railways' e-ticketing website. According to new rule effective February 15, an individual can book only a maximum of six railway tickets online per month.

Delhi: Woman clicks photographs of traffic law breakers, submits to Police

Kavita from Delhi has made a part of her daily routine to click photographs of traffic rule breakers and submits the photographs to Delhi Police.

Blog platform Medium revises rules to stop harassment, revenge porn

Blog-publishing platform Medium has changed its rules and now prohibits acts of public shaming, revenge porn and posting private information on others intended to harass them.

Girl power rules in IIFA 2015

Girl power rules in IIFA 2015

The most favourite time for Bollywood and one of the most awaited and revered award function, IIFA hit the beautiful locales of Kulala Lumpur this year.

Rules for waste management framed by govt, public suggestion invited

The government has framed rules for waste management and has put them on the Environment Ministry's website to invite public suggestions before giving it a final shape, Union Environment Prakash Javadekar said Tuesday.

Rules to curb dust in Delhi to be framed in 15 days

The government has decided to unveil within 15 days, the norms to curb dust generation in Delhi, looking at its contribution to the rising levels of air pollution in the city.

Ellen DeGeneres reveals 'golden rules to happiness' she lives by

Ellen DeGeneres reveals 'golden rules to happiness' she lives by

 Ellen DeGeneres has revealed the rules she lives by for a happy life.

Iran negotiator rules out sending nuclear stocks abroad

Iran`s lead negotiator said Sunday that sending abroad its stocks of nuclear material, a key demand of world powers in talks in Switzerland, was unacceptable.

Govt tightens rules for commissioning surrogacy

Rules for foreign nationals intending to visit India for commissioning surrogacy has been tightened by the government and only those couples who have been duly married for at least two years will be allowed to visit the country for the purpose.

PMO seeks 'legal framework' to check delay in framing of rules

The Prime Minister's Office has asked the Law Ministry to come up with a mechanism, including a "legal framework", for ensuring that ministries do not delay on the framing of rules after an Act has has come into force.

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A repeat offender, how did a rapist become a cab driver?-Part 2

Shiv Kumar Yadav, the driver who is charged with raping a girl in the cab, had spent seven months in jail in 2011 in a sexual assault case, but was acquitted by the court. According to the Delhi Police, the cab company failed to run a background check on the driver.

A repeat offender, how did a rapist become a cab driver?

Shiv Kumar Yadav, the driver who is charged with raping a girl in the cab, had spent seven months in jail in 2011 in a sexual assault case, but was acquitted by the court. According to the Delhi Police, the cab company failed to run a background check on the driver.

Rules against racial profiling in US won't apply at airports, borders

The new rules against racial profiling by law enforcement agencies, to be imposed in the US, will not apply to the functioning of immigration agents at airports or borders, media reported Saturday.

SAP CEO rules out big acquisitions in next few years

German business software maker SAP is doing an about-face on its acquisition strategy and plans no more big new deals in the next few years, its chief executive said on Wednesday.

Govt seeks suggestions for simplifying pension procedures

The Centre has sought comments from people on simplifying pension procedures and taking various measures related to the welfare of pensioners.

RBI tightens rules for "shadow banks"

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has tightened rules for so-called "shadow banks", raising minimum capital requirements and restricting deposits with a set of changes that it hopes will protect consumers and the market without stifling growth.

Study says gap growing between big English clubs and rest

The financial disparity between the big clubs and the rest will continue to grow in English soccer despite Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, according to a report released on Friday.

New F1 weight rules forcing drivers to risk `blackout` through dehydration

The new Formula One weight rules are forcing racers to risk blacking out in their 200mph speed machines by shedding essential pounds, according to a report