Cattle on streets may get owners Rs 5,000 fine

As of September 16, a total of 3,468 stray cattle heads were seized by the corporation this year. The seized animals have been impounded in sheds at Perambur and Pudupettai.

published on : 30th September 2023

Sambalpur shopkeeper fined Rs 25,000 for not returning Rs 3 to customer

The action of the shopkeeper caused considerable mental agony, harassment, and inconvenience apart from financial loss for which he is liable to compensate the complainant, the court observed.

published on : 28th September 2023

Frames to fine Art: Mumbai’s Chemould Gallery turns 60, a look at its dynamic history

As Mumbai’s Chemould gallery turns 60, a new show looks at its dynamic history through personal and  social reflections of its artists  

published on : 24th September 2023

EU fines TikTok with 345 million euros over child data breaches

A European Union regulator in its ruling Friday how children signing up had TikTok accounts set to public by default, meaning anyone could view or comment on their content.

published on : 15th September 2023

TikTok is hit with USD 368 million fine under Europe's strict data privacy rules 

The investigation found that the sign-up process for teen users resulted in settings that made their accounts public by default, allowing anyone to view and comment on their videos.

published on : 15th September 2023

India, Saudi to expedite west coast refinery project

They also agreed to diversify the current status of their hydrocarbon relationship into a “comprehensive energy partnership.” 

published on : 12th September 2023

Odisha: Sludge water release causes panic, IOCL says claims false

However, deputy general manager (HR) at Paradip Refinery, Sangram Mishra rebutted the allegations, claiming them to be false.

published on : 10th September 2023

Unclaimed bag triggers panic at IOCL refinery 

Suspecting a bomb in the suitcase, they feared someone had left the luggage with malicious intent, possibly targeting the IOCL site. 

published on : 6th September 2023

Go green: Loco pilots, onboard staff to scatter seed balls on barren lands in AP

The seed ball, which has manure in it, is designed to facilitate the growth of these seeds when planted in barren lands during the rainy season.

published on : 5th September 2023

Louisiana refinery fire mostly contained but residents worry about air quality

The fire damaged two giant storage tanks for naphtha, a component in the production of gasoline and jet fuels.

published on : 28th August 2023

Kochi cops set to crack down on illegal parking

Officers have been deployed in plainclothes and in uniform to tackle illegal parking and smoothen traffic movement in the city. 

published on : 25th August 2023

Campus art show at College of Fine Arts turns heads

With the theme of ‘Reimagining Tradition through Diverse Perspectives’, 14 students have showcased their artworks in various mediums.

published on : 23rd August 2023

Fine bonanza: Ticketless travellers a ‘blessing’ in disguise for Railways

As per the Railway Act, unauthorised travel will entail a minimum fine of Rs 250, in addition to the actual cost of the ticket. 

published on : 22nd August 2023

Builder fined for cheating buyer in Kochi

Galaxy Homes Private Ltd, Kochi had promised the complainant that they had all valid permits for constructing nine floors and that he would get a bank loan without any issues.

published on : 16th August 2023

Sri Lanka scraps USD 3.85 billion foreign-funded oil refinery

The project was originally meant to be jointly funded by Silver Park, owned by an Indian family company, and Oman and was due to be completed this year.

published on : 15th August 2023

Kalakshetra row: Independent enquiry committee finds teacher Hari Padman guilty of misconduct 

Levelling allegations of sexual harassment on the campus, a section of students staged a protest in March this year seeking justice.

published on : 7th August 2023

Beyond just campus art

Sakavalvu, the collective, comprises 15 students from various departments of the College of Fine Arts, who make various utility objects, paintings, and eco-print dresses for sale.

published on : 3rd August 2023

Saudi Arabia invests USD 10 billion to build Pakistan's largest oil refinery in Gwadar 

To facilitate Saudi investment in refining, the Pakistan government has recently passed a new policy.

published on : 28th July 2023

Delhi High Court fines two restaurant bodies for not complying with service charge norms

DoCA’s National Consumers Helpline received over 4,000 complaints against illegal collection of ‘service charges’ in the past year.

published on : 28th July 2023

Consumer court slaps fine of Rs 20,000 on Chennai firm

The complainant has filed a case claiming compensation for the deficiency in service provided by the firm as the service rendered was unsatisfactory and did not meet their expectations. 

published on : 19th July 2023
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