For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now India - 11,046,914 | World - 113,083,709 View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts #Puducherry Assembly Elections 2021 'I was shocked': PM Modi slams Rahul Gandhi over 'Fisheries Ministry' remark #Puducherry Assembly Elections 2021 PM Modi inaugurates multiple developmental projects in Puducherry #Puducherry Assembly Elections 2021 Ahead of PM's visit, holiday declared for schools in Puducherry today #Puducherry Assembly Elections 2021 Union Cabinet approves dissolution of Puducherry assembly #Puducherry Assembly Elections 2021 People will give befitting reply to BJP for 'subverting' mandate in Puducherry: Moily #Puducherry Assembly Elections 2021 PM Modi to address BJP public meeting, launch projects in Puducherry on February 25 Just In 41 min ago US Speaker calls for multi-generational effort to ... » Learn More about President’s Rule imposed in Puducherry
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'If policy-makers hold the lives of animals to be more significant than the welfare of a human populace, I can't believe that they're likely to do anything progressive for India.' Almost 17 years ago, Varsha Bhosle took on the anti-beef lobby on these pages. The day after Maharashtra banned the consumption and sale of beef, we repost Varsha's column, which is still being discussed on the Internet all these years later. B hosle is still in Opposition mode, thanks to Bharatiya Janata Party corporator Parag Alvani getting hives over "our children" being lured to non-vegetarianism by Ronald McDonald. Before taking off, let me make one thing clear -- excepting pizza, I detest all Western fast-food. Personally, I'll be glad to see KFC being replaced by a Singh's Tandoori Chicken. And I don't eat beef in India. But, I've had enough of swadeshi veggienazis. So here goes... On March 31, 1996, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad set about to play the worst April Fool's joke on India. Its London ... » Learn More about Good God! Thou ate beef?
The Reserve Bank of India has rejected demands of top merchants like Amazon, Microsoft , Netflix , Flipkart and Zomato to store customers credit card data under the new payment aggregators and payment gateway (PA/PG) norms enforceable from July 2021, three people aware of the development said. Merchants had sought a meeting with the regulator claiming that they haven’t been adequately represented, which was also shot down by the regulator. "The regulator is of the view that merchants storing credit card data would cause cyber security risks to the consumer and they do not have any locus standi as these norms pertain to payment aggregators and gateways," said an official in the know. RBI, Amazon, Microsoft, Netflix, Flipkart and Zomato did not respond to ET’s emailed query. These level-1 merchants collectively transact with 250 million customers who carry out digital transactions including recurring transactions. Merchants in a February 1 letter to the RBI had argued ... » Learn More about RBI rejects demand of online merchants to store customers’ credit card data