There are umpteen stories that involve crime and investigations. Sometimes, the case even gets dismissed due to lack of evidence and the accused are set free. However, ‘Law’ is a paradigm shift from the rest in this genre. Nandhini, a law student who is caught in a precarious situation fights for justice following a gruesome crime. … [Read more...] about Amazon Prime new arrivals this week: ‘Law’, Season 3 of ‘Absentia’ and more
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LONDON: Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday ordered Huawei equipment to be removed from Britain's 5G network by 2027, risking the ire of China by signalling that the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker is no longer welcome in the West.The move was announced in parliament by culture minister Oliver Dowden, who said that the imposition of new sanctions by the United States significantly changed the assessment of Britain's National Cyber Security Centre, who could not guarantee the security of future Huawei 5G equipment.Below are details of what was announced:WHAT THE UK HAS ANNOUNCED- The purchase of new Huawei 5G equipment will be banned after December 31 2020.- All Huawei equipment must be removed from 5G networks by end of 2027.- Requirement will be set out in law in telecom security bill.- Dowden said that, by the time of the next election in 2024, Britain would be on an "irreversible path" for complete removal of Huawei equipment.HOW WILL IT AFFECT BRITAIN'S 5G- Dowden said … [Read more...] about UK bans Huawei from 5G network: timescale, cost and laws
As they say, “ If you owe your bank a hundred pounds, you have a problem. But if you owe a million, it has.”How to get rid of bad debt? It is the major worry for all the bankers, and if its PSU banks, then the worry is in manifolds. To reduce the banker's worry, the government restructured policies, made amendments, and bought new laws as well. But the question still remains the same.An Idea of Bad BankFirst, came the Sick Industrial Companies Act, (SICA), then The Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Securities Interest Act, SARFESI. But Debt Recovery Tribunals were not very helpful. Then came the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, IBC. IBC empowered the creditors. For the first time, bankers became powerful dragged the wilful defaulters to National Company Law Tribunal, NCLT. There are many successful cases here. Also, Asset Reconstruction Companies, ARCs were formed much before IBC and 20 ARCs are already working at full speed. But still, … [Read more...] about Bad bank! Not a bad idea. But why the idea?
"The gig economy is relied upon by millions of consumers and workers across the country, but there are holes when it comes to industrial relations that put workers' rights to fair pay and conditions at risk," Minister for Industrial Relations Tim Pallas explained. … [Read more...] about Temporarily-employed Australians at risk of exploitation: report
URUMQI, July 15 (Xinhua) -- For locals in the southern part of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, eating mushrooms is not a traditional practice. But Nurmemet Ihetiwakhi, a villager in Karakax County of Hotan Prefecture, is a new fan to shiitakes as the edible fungi is used to cook up a better life. … [Read more...] about Across China: Mushrooming shiitakes bring prosperity to south Xinjiang