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.

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

No change in four-fielder rule till 2015 World Cup: Richardson

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has often complained about the current ODI rule of having only four fielders outside the circle during the non-Powerplay overs affecting the performance of his bowlers but the ICC is in no mood to tinker with any rules until the end of the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Need 6 months to complete `model prison manual`: Govt to HC

Maharashtra Govt informed the Bombay High Court on Tuesday that it was currently drafting a model prison manual to encompass all important issues governing prisoners in jails and sought six months` time to formulate such rules.

Govt to review rules on arbitrary suspensions of officers

The Centre has decided to review the service rules to provide immunity to IAS and IPS officers from arbitrary suspensions and unjust disciplinary actions by the state governments.

Govt eases rules for sale of imported firearms

Transfer and sale of imported
firearms have been made easy with the DGFT partly relinquishing its powers in this
regard.

Rules for private security agencies approved

The Bihar government on Tuesday approved the rules of Bihar Private Security Agencies
(Regulation), 2011 under section 25 of the Private Security
Agencies (Regulation) Act, 2005.

3 decades on, BMC worker in same dept despite rule

From 1978 till 2011, Vichare remained immune to BMC
rules, which stated that all employees must be transferred
every three years.

Kerala to frame rules for college admissions

The Kerala government said it will frame new guidelines for admissions to the medical and engineering colleges in the state.

Delay in Speaker election breach of rules: AIADMK

Opposition AIADMK on Saturday charged
Puducherry Chief Minister N Rangasamy with breaching
established rules by delaying the election to office of the
Speaker of the Territorial Assembly.

`New rules for antibiotics` use not right`

The Centre`s new rules to check the misuse of antibiotics will seriously impact health services.

`New rules for antibiotics` use not right`

The Centre`s new rules to check the misuse of antibiotics will seriously impact health services.

Execute MCI rules in medical PG entrance exams, HC tells govt

Orissa HC has directed
the state government to act positively for implementing the
guidelines of Medical Council of India (MCI) from next year
while selecting candidates for medical PG seats in state-run
medical colleges.