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Jethmalani bills CM Rs 3.42 crore, Delhi govt wants taxpayers to pay
The Delhi government wants the taxpayer to pay the cost of Arvind Kejriwal’s defence, running into crores. Kejriwal’s counsel, Ram Jethmalani, has raised a bill of Rs 3.42 crore for his services so far.
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African envoys say attacks ‘racial’, seek UN probe
India’s Africa outreach seemed in jeopardy after African envoys rebuked India, describing the Greater Noida mob violence against Nigerians as “xenophobic and racial”, and India tersely rejected the statement as unfortunate and unwarranted.
US cracks down on misuse of H-1B visas
Acknowledging that there are problems with the guest worker visa program, the Trump administration on Monday began enforcing tighter norms on issuance of H1B visas


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Ajmer urs: Sufi shrine heads demand ban on beef
Peeved over incidents of Muslim youths being harassed for carrying, selling and eating cow meat, the heads of Sufi shrines who gathered at Dargah Ajmer on Monday, have demanded a complete ban on sale of “all forms of beef” in the country.


Government to hire tech company to run its e-marketplace GeM
The government is looking to hire a technology company to run its online procurement marketplace launched in August, and some of the biggest players in the industry are in the fray for it.
Essar exits BPO business, sells Aegis for $275-300 million
Ruias-led Essar Group today announced sale of its BPO company Aegis Ltd to Singapore-based private equity fund manager Capital Square Partners for an estimated $275 to 300 million.
Fresh row at Infosys as Narayana Murthy slams COO’s pay hike
The flash point this time was a resolution, which came for voting on March 31, to increase the total compensation of chief operating officer U B Pravin Rao by 35% to Rs 12.5 crore. Most of the promoters of the company, including N R Narayana Murthy, …


IPL: Shane Watson to lead RCB in Virat Kohli’s absence
Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson will lead Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the upcoming tenth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) until regular skipper Virat Kohli returns to full fitness.
IPL: Dhawan keen on getting back into national side
Having spent a few months out of the Indian team, opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan on Monday said he would look to perform well in domestic competitions, including in the IPL, so that he can be in the reckoning for the national side once again.
Shastri bats for steep pay hike for international players
Backing the reported demand of top Indian players for a steep hike in their emoluments, former India all rounder Ravi Shastri termed as “peanuts” the increase in their payment announced by the BCCI recently.


Rupee off multi-month high, tumbles 18 paise to 65.03
Buoyant dollar overseas predominantly impacted trading sentiment, though robust capital flows into equities and debt largely cushioned the fall. This is the biggest one-day fall against the greenback in nearly two months.
Banks try to keep pace with customer pings on social media
The onslaught of customer complaints on social media has started acting as an effective check to banks.
2,800 employees of SBI’s associate banks opt for VRS
All the five entities — State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur (SBBJ), State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH), State Bank of Mysore (SBM), State Bank of Patiala (SBP) and State Bank of Travancore (SBT), in addition to Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) — merged with SBI with from April 1.


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