Tag: Current Affairs of 29 October 2017

All High Courts will go digital by year end: Justice Lokur

  Chairperson of the Supreme Court e-Committee Justice Madan B Lokur said that all the high courts in the country will go digital by the year end under the National Judicial Data Grid. Four high courts were already completely live with all the information available online and by the year end, all the high courts

India and US Hold 11th Trade Policy Forum Meeting in Washington D.C.

  The 11th Trade Policy Forum (TPF) Meeting was held in Washington D.C. on 26th October 2017. The Minister for Commerce and Industry, Shri Suresh Prabhu had productive discussions with the United States Trade Representative, Ambassador Robert Lighthizer and his team in a cordial, friendly and positive manner. The Minister for Commerce and Industry noted

India levies anti-dumping duty on steel from EU, China, Korea

  India has slapped anti-dumping duty on certain stainless steel products from the European Union and several other nations, including China and Korea, to protect the domestic industry from cheap imports. The duty has been imposed by the Revenue department following recommendation by the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD). In a notification,

UP declares Vrindavan, Barsana as sacred sites

  The Uttar Pradesh government has issued an order notifying Vrindavan and Barsana towns in Mathura district as “pavitra teerth sthals” (sacred pilgrimage sites). No meat and liquor shops will be allowed in these towns anymore. When Uttarakhand was part of Uttar Pradesh, the government had issued such an order for Hardwar, notifying it as