WASHINGTON - The US government has disabled dozens of websites based in China for allegedly selling counterfeit merchandise and other goods in violation of copyright laws, authorities said Monday.
NEW DELHI - Communications Minister Kapil Sibal Monday said notices will be served on all firms that suppressed facts to buy licences and airwaves for mobile phone services in the country and had fallen short of their roll-out obligations.
NEW DELHI - In an effort to protect the rights of children in areas of civil unrest -- including those affected by Maoists, the central government has approved a special scheme which will be implemented in five states on a pilot project basis, parliament was informed Monday.
NEW DELHI - The government will issue notices to companies that supressed facts while securing licences and airwaves for second generation (2G) telecom services in the country between 2006 and 2008, Communications Minister Kapil Sibal said Monday.
NEW DELHI - Tata group chairman Ratan Tata moved the Supreme Court Monday seeking judicial restraint on the publication of transcripts of phone intercepts of top corporate lobbyist Nira Radia with leading business, media and political figures on the ground of right to privacy.
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