Draft bill on Digital Personal Data Protection skips 'Right to Privacy' in preamble, govt gets unrestrained powers: CUTS
The bill skips mention of the fundamental right to privacy in its preamble and narrows the scope of the law from data protection to digital personal data protection excluding non-personal data.
WTO needs to move from just an organisation to robust institution: CUTS International
Discussions focused on whether the 12th ministerial conference, concluded on June 17, could provide momentum to revive the institution's negotiating, monitoring and dispute settlement functions.
AAI gives target to airports to achieve 100% use of Green Energy by 2024
Loss of seniority of candidates recommended earlier 'matter of grave concern': SC Collegium
Former Karnataka CM S M Krishna, industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla get Padma awards
IND VS AUS: Australia post 269 despite fine bowling efforts from Hardik, Kuldeep
Indian mission in London's security heightened as British Sikh groups call for protests
HC declares void divorce given to Indian couple by US court, orders husband to pay wife Rs 25L