NEW DELHI: The central government told the Supreme Court on Monday that it was willing to extend up to March 31 next year the deadline to link Aadhaar with various schemes and services, including bank accounts and phone numbers.
The current deadlines for linking of bank accounts and mobile phone numbers with Aadhaar, are December 31 this year and February 6, 2018 respectively.
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The Union government has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to implead itself in the ongoing case in the Supreme Court regarding real estate developer Jaypee Infratech’s bankruptcy on the grounds that the real estate developer flouted the new Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act — a move that could make life tougher for the already embattled firm.
Separately, on Wednesday, the Supreme Court barred 13 promoters and directors of Jaypee Infratech’s parent Jaiprakash Associates from selling their properties although it allowed them to deposit the ₹2,000 crore they had been asked to, in instalments. Continue reading
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Winter session of Parliament is likely to start from December 15, a day after the second and final phase of polling in Gujarat, and end on January 5, said sources. The Cabinet Committee on Parliamentary Affairs, headed by home minister Rajnath Singh, met in New Delhi on Wednesday to finalise the schedule. Continue reading
NEWDELHI: Commuters who face harassment, stalking or theft in Delhi Metro will not have to go to police stations to lodge a complaint. The Delhi Police has issued an order, asking its staff to be present at their booths at 23 Metro stations and help passengers in filing complaints.
According to the order, police personnel will be present at the booths between 9am and 5pm. Once more staff is available, the facility will be extended roundthe-clock and across all Metro stations. The booths will also be provided computers so that e-FIRs can be filed.
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The Goa tourism department is planning to make a law to ban swimming in the sea post sunset and after consumption of alcohol, in the wake of some recent incidents of drowning along the state’s beaches. Continue reading