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Bima Sugam The Game Changer in 2023

The The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has committed to enabling ‘Insurance for All’ by 2047, where every citizen has appropriate life, health, and property insurance coverage and every enterprise is supported by appropriate insurance solutions and also to make Indian insurance sector globally attractive. To attain this objective, the reform agenda […]

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HC strikes down law banning online gaming

Govt. restrained from interfering with online gaming business and allied activities of petitioners In a relief to online gaming operators and players, the High Court of Karnataka on Monday declared as unconstitutional certain provisions of the Karnataka Police (Amendment) Act, 2021, which prohibited and criminalised the activities of offering and playing online games, by risking

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Government blocks 54 more Chinese apps over data, security issues

NEW DELHI: The government’s action against Chinese apps over data breach of Indian citizens and threat to national security continues with a fresh set of 54 apps being ordered blocked as they were suspected to be engaged in illegal espionage and surveillance activities on Indian citizens.The action follows similar steps taken since June 2020 that

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House owners lose lakhs in QR code frauds, ‘reverse’ payment

HYDERABAD: New cybercrime methods are leaving the police perplexed with fraudsters specifically targetting software and banking professionals who want to give their houses on rent.Top police officers said several employees of multi-national companies are failing to see through the dirty tricks of fraudsters, who are siphoning off lakhs of rupees by either asking house owners to scan

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Builder’s failure to get occupation certificate deficiency in service: SC

Failure of a builder to obtain occupation certificate is a deficiency in service under Consumer Protection Act 1986, the Supreme Court has said. A bench of Justices D Y Chandrachud and A S Bopanna held that the builder would be liable to refund money if the homebuyers were forced to pay higher taxes and water charges due

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Consumer Protection Act – Onus To Prove Deficiency In Service Is On The Complainant: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court observed that, in a consumer case, the onus of proof that there was deficiency in service is on the comThe Supreme Court observed that, in a consumer case, the onus of proof that there was deficiency in service is on the complainant. Without any proof of deficiency, the opposite party cannot be

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Consumer Protection Act 2019 : Can NCDRC Direct Deposit Of 50% Of Amount Determined By State Commission For Appeal Under Section 51? Supreme Court To Examine

The Supreme Court has decided to examine if the National Consumer Commission can direct deposit of entire amount or any amount higher than 50% of the Source: Live Law

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