Delhi repaints its traffic dividers pink and green. NDMC fails to find the exact shade of the ruling political party flag,-defying-global-treaty-on-road-safety Delhi repaints its traffic dividers pink and green, defying global treaty on road safety The capital's new colours violate international conventions on the standardisation of road markings. Pink and green is the new black and yellow. In a baffling and potentially dangerous move, that is the new colour scheme the New Delhi Municipal Council... Continue Reading →


Why it’s a good idea for foreign law firms to be barred from practice in India's-a-good-idea-for-foreign-law-firms-to-be-barred-from-practice-in-India Why it's a good idea for foreign law firms to be barred from practice in India The entry of foreign law firms will hurt the average Indian’s ability to find adequate legal representation. During a recent visit to India, Shailesh Vara, the United Kingdom’s minister for the Courts and Legal Aid, expressed optimism about... Continue Reading →

Indian Government reveals eight names to Supreme Court in black money case Centre will disclose more names 'after following due process' The central government on Monday gave the Supreme court the eight names against whom it has initiated prosecutions under the Income Tax Act for allegedly stashing black money in foreign banks. Dabur India promoter Pradip Burman, bullion trader Pankaj Chamanlal Lodhiya, Goa mining company Timblo... Continue Reading →

BJP debates forming minority government in Maharashtra debates forming minority government in Maharashtra One section of saffron party favours forming government with outside support of NCP and independents. As the Bharatiya Janata Party inches close to forming a government in Maharashtra, a sharp division has appeared in the leadership as to whether the party should go alone with the outside support... Continue Reading →

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