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KURMA RAO

In a major operation, Mayabunder Police has exposed a racket of suspected cattle smugglers, who use the sea route to transport cows and buffaloes to illegal slaughter houses in the city and other parts of South Andaman.

Port Blair

Coal tar, an important ingredient used for road construction and visible wherever road construction activities are in progress, has now become a nuisance for the residents and animals of Car Nicobar in the Southern group of islands.

Port Blair

The Non-Gazetted Govt. Officers’ Association (NGGOA) has expressed serious concern over the discontentment prevailing among teachers after the issue of Annual General Transfer orders for the year 2017 by the Education Department on 16th June, 2017.

Port Blair

The Indian Coast Guard conducted a beach cleanup drive at Munda Pahar  Beach in Chidiya Tapu as part of its efforts towards “Swachh Sagar Abhiyaan” in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

i. Sentencing of Vijay Mallya deferred: The Supreme Court has indefinitely deferred the sentencing of Vijay Mallya of the UB Group in relation to its finding that he was guilty of criminal contempt for making an unclear disclosure of his assets, in connection to a claim made by a consortium of creditors led by the State Bank of India. The Attorney General stated that the extradition proceedings were to start in December this year [State Bank of India v. Kingfisher Airlines Ltd., SLP(C) 6828 of 2016, order dated 14.07.2017].

Author: 
Nitya Chakraborty

The South Africa’s ruling African National Congress(ANC) Government led by President Jacob Zuma is facing a major political crisis as the powerful South African Communist Party(SACP), after being fed up with rampant corruption of its senior leaders including the President, has decided to dissociate from the ANC and forge new  popular front of progressive forces to fight the general elections in 2019.The present  government is fighting a fierce battle  against the opposition groups on the issue of the corruption  against the President Zuma and its reflection was

The Supreme Court has held that the Right to Privacy is not a fundamental and absolute right. The State does have the right to restrict it. True, the Right to Privacy is not enshrined is not known to have been enshrined in any constitution as a fundamental right. But conventions have grown over the years that respect this right in certain sphere. The Privacy Act of 1974 of the USA is a federal law that establishes a Code of Fair Information Practice governing the collection, use and dissemination of information about individuals.