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Donald Trump's lawyers ask judge to lift New York gag order in hush money case

In a letter Tuesday, Trump lawyers Todd Blanche and Emil Bove asked Judge Juan M. Merchan to end the gag order, arguing there is nothing to justify “continued restrictions on the First Amendment rights of President Trump” now that the trial is over. Key Points

India Today

‘No impact of Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest on public schemes', Delhi govt appeals ‘not to fall prey to rumors’

Arvind Kejriwal, in ED custody, issued a health department order from jail. Health minister Saurabh Bharadwaj will share more details about the order during a press conference at 10 am, an Aam Aadmi Party spokespersons said. Key Points


Preventive detention based on capricious exercise of powers must be nipped in bud: SC

The Supreme Court overturned a Telangana High Court decision rejecting a detenu's appeal, emphasising that preventive detention should not be used arbitrarily. The court clarified that preventive detention is to prevent future harm, not as punishment, and must be based on careful consideration of facts. Key Points

Economic Times

LIC fires employee who traded in dead father's demat account in front running case

LIC terminated Yogesh Garg due to Sebi front-running ban. Garg used family demat accounts for intraday trades, profiting ₹2.44 crore. Sebi confirmed ban on Garg and four others for insider trading. Key Points

Economic Times

Indiabulls Real Estate shares down over 10% today. Here’s why

Indiabulls Real Estate shares were down 10.2 per cent at Rs 105.75 apiece on the Bombay Stock Exchange at around 1 pm. Key Points

India Today

Allahabad High Court dismisses plea against allowing 'puja' in Gyanvapi cellar

The Allahabad High Court concluded that the Vyas family possessed the cellar of the Gyanvapi mosque and found the UP government's move to restrain religious rituals a continuous wrong. The Supreme Court will now hear the mosque committee's challenge to the court's order. Key Points

Economic Times

Farmers' protest: Haryana extends suspension of mobile internet in 7 districts till February 21

The Manohar Lal Khattar government in Haryana on Tuesday extended the temporary ban on mobile internet and bulk SMS services in seven districts of the state till Wednesday i.e. February 21 in the wake of farmers' 'Delhi Chalo' agitation Key Points


Farmers' protest: Haryana extends suspension of mobile internet in 7 districts till Feb 20

These districts are Ambala, Kurukshetra, Kaithal, Jind, Hisar, Fatehabad and Sirsa, the government said in an order. The government had earlier extended the suspension on February 13, 15 and 17. Key Points

Economic Times

NCLAT stays NCLT order in Dream 11 case, directs IRP not to take any step till Feb 23

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) has stayed the NCLT Mumbai bench's order to initiate a Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP) against Sporta Technologies, the operator of the fantasy sports platform Dream11. The stay will remain in effect until the next hearing on February 23. Key Points

Economic Times

'Shoot-at-Sight' orders enforced as violence breaks out in Uttarakhand amid Madrasa demolition

Over 50 police officers were injured in Haldwani, Uttarakhand, during a clash while dismantling an illegal madrasa. Shoot-at-sight orders were issued to control unrest as the demolition turned violent, with stones thrown at officials. Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami condemned the clash, emphasizing adherence to a court order. Municipal Commissioner Pankaj Upadhyay reiterated the illegality of the structures, with efforts underway to apprehend instigators. The government is taking strict measures to restore peace and uphold the rule of law. Key Points

Economic Times

Bombay HC says arrest of Chanda Kochhar, her husband in ICICI Bank-Videocon loan case illegal

India Business News: The Bombay High Court has declared the arrest of Chanda Kochhar and her husband in the ICICI Bank-Videocon loan case as illegal. The court confirmed their bail and criticized the CBI for the casual and mechanical manner of the arrest. Find out more about the case and the allegations against ICICI Bank and Videocon. Key Points

Times Of India

Indian carriers likely to have order book for 2,000 planes by March 2025: Report

Indian carriers are on track to have a whopping 2,000 airplanes in their order book by March next year, as per a report released on Friday. The report, by aviation research and consulting firm CAPA India, highlights the strong growth potential of both domestic and international air travel in the long term. Currently, Indian airlines have an order book for nearly 1,620 aircraft, which includes the recent announcement by Akasa Air of a 150 narrow-body Boeing 737 Max order. Key Points

Economic Times

Schools in Noida, Greater Noida closed till January 16 for students up to Class 8

All schools in Gautam Buddha Nagar will remain closed for students up to class 8 till Tuesday i.e. January 16, in view of prevailing dense fog and cold weather conditions in the district, said an official order issued by the district's Basic Education Officer Key Points


Govt rolls out mandatory quality norms for electrical accessories

Under this order, items cannot be produced, sold, traded, imported and stocked unless they bear the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) mark. The order will come into force from six months of the date of publication of the notification, DPIIT said. Key Points

Economic Times

Relief for Huawei in I-T Case: Local Court sets aside summons for Huawei India

A sessions court in India has set aside orders summoning Huawei India and its executives for prosecution proceedings in a case filed by the Income Tax Department. The tax department accused Huawei and its executives of not providing information deliberately. The sessions court stated that summoning the accused is a serious matter and should not be done in a mechanical manner and noted that the magistrate was swayed by the version of the Income Tax Department. Key Points

Economic Times

Man finds live snail in salad he ordered from Swiggy, company responds

A video shared on X shows a bowl filled with salad and a tiny snail sitting on top. The video has left people disgusted. | Trending Key Points

Hindustan Times

L&T Energy Hydrocarbon bags Rs 10-15k crore worth orders in Middle East

New Delhi [India], November 20 (ANI): The hydrocarbon business of Larsen and Toubro (L&T) has received a mega offshore order from a “prestigious client” in the Middle East. Any order in the range of Rs 10,000-15,000 crore is considered a mega order. Show Full Article According to a company release issued on Monday, the scope […] Key Points


Mumbai woman orders Rs 300 lipstick online, loses Rs 1 lakh during delivery

A Mumbai woman lost Rs 1 lakh in an online scam while ordering a Rs 300 lipstick from an e-commerce portal. The scammers posed as customer service representatives, tricked her into downloading a malicious app, and siphoned off the money. Key Points

India Today

Bombay High Court asks I-T dept to refund Rs 1,128 crore to Vodafone Idea within 30 days

Vodafone Idea tax refund case: The Bombay High Court said that the income tax department failed to follow procedure and directed the tax authorities to refund Vodafone Idea Rs 1,128 crore. The court sought action against the assessing officer for causing loss to the exchequer. The court directed the process to be completed in 30 days. Key Points

Economic Times

Joe Biden Has a Secret Weapon Against Killer AI. It's Bureaucrats

In Hollywood, taming rogue AI requires military hardware. In Washington, Joe Biden plans to stop AI from harming people by tapping the power of bureaucracy. Key Points


L&T likely to sustain momentum on bourses given a strong order momentum

The stock of Larsen & Toubro has gained 11% over the past three months compared with the 7% gain in the S&P BSE Capital goods index. The outperformance of Indias largest infrastructure company is likely to sustain given the strong order flow and execution in the September quarter. Key Points

Economic Times

White House unveils wide-ranging action to mitigate AI risks

U.S. President Joe Biden will take wide ranging action on artificial intelligence (AI) on Monday by seeking to increase safety while protecting consumers, workers, and minority groups from the technology's related risks. Key Points


Federal judge reimposes limited gag order in Donald Trump’s 2020 election interference case

US District Judge Tanya Chutkan agreed to reinstate the order after prosecutors said that Trump’s recent social media comments about his former chief of staff represented an attempt to influence and intimidate. The federal judge overseeing Donald Trump’s 2020 election interference case in Washington on Sunday reimposed a narrow gag order barring him from making public comments targeting prosecutors, court staff and potential witnesses. Key Points

The Tribune India

Zomato and McDonald's fined Rs 1 lakh for delivering non-vegetarian food to vegetarian customer

The complainant, a vegetarian, had ordered a vegetarian burger from McDonald's through Zomato. However, when he received the order, he discovered that it contained non-vegetarian items. Key Points

Business Today

NCLAT set aside CCI order imposing penalty on 18 sugar mills, 2 trade associations

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) has set aside a penalty of Rs 38.05 crore imposed by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) on 18 sugar mills and two trade associations. The penalty was related to bid rigging in a joint tender for ethanol procurement. The NCLAT ruled that the CCI's order was illegal and did not comply with the principles of natural justice. Key Points

Economic Times

Vedanta Ltd arm Hindustan Zinc gets Rs 1.81 cr tax penalty order

India Business News: Vedanta Ltd on Monday said the tax authorities have imposed a penalty of Rs 1.81 crore on its subsidiary Hindustan Zinc. The order was received on Sun Key Points

Times Of India

Discover Financial jumps 7% after agreeing with FDIC to improve consumer compliance

Shares of Discover Financial Services (DFS.N) climbed 7% on Monday after the bank agreed to improve its consumer compliance and related corporate governance as part of a consent order with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp (FDIC). Key Points


Can calls intercepted in preliminary enquiry be evidence? CBI court order puts focus on 'grey area'

In case of IRS officer & others accused of helping a businessman evade taxation, CBI special court held that only evidence gathered after FIR admissible. But Delhi HC has stayed order. Key Points


After magistrate summons cop '300+ times', Delhi court sets aside order — 'must stop this practice'

Order by district & sessions judge came on a revision petition filed by a station house officer called to assist the court. His lawyer says it disrupted his daily policing duties. Key Points


Income Tax Dept seeks more time for international cases

The Indian tax office has requested that hearings related to contentious transfer pricing and international taxation cases be adjourned until a ruling is given by the Supreme Court. If the top court upholds a ruling by either the Bombay High Court or earlier Chennai High Court order, a number of tax matters currently before the Dispute Resolution Panel would become time-barred under tax law, meaning the tax office would be unable to recover any tax from these claims. Key Points

Economic Times

TMC Rajya Sabha MP Derek O'Brien suspended for remainder of Parliament session ‘for unruly behaviour’

Following a heated exchange between Chairman Jagdeep Dhankhar and O’Brien, the latter was asked to leave the house. Leader of the House Piyush Goyal moved a motion for his suspension. Key Points


BHEL’s Q1 order inflows robust but earnings are unpredictable

In Q1, BHEL’s order inflows jumped to ₹15,600 crore to ₹15,600 crore. This gave a fillip to the order book, which stood at ₹1.01 trillion as on 30 June Key Points