The Supreme Court on Friday will hear the pleas on the Adani-Hindenburg row, filed by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) seeking to extend the time to conclude the investigation in the Hindenburg report by a period of 6 months.
Excise Case: Sisodia’s judicial custody extended
Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court on Friday extended former Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s judicial custody till June 2 in the CBI case on excise policy.
Karnataka polls: Counting of votes tomorrow
The counting of votes polled for the May 10 Karnataka Assembly polls, which witnessed a fierce fight between archrivals BJP and the Congress, besides the JD(S) will be taken up tomorrow amidst tight security.
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Cyclone ‘Mocha’ intensifies into very severe storm
Cyclone Mocha intensified into a “very severe” cyclonic storm today over the southeast and adjoining areas of central Bay of Bengal, officials said on Friday.
CBSE Class 12 results out
Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class announced the results of class 12 final examinations with an overall passing percentage of 87.33. As per the officials, the national pass percentage has fallen this year. However, the Trivandrum region tops with 99.91 per cent.
Four killed in road accident in Kanyakumari
Four people were killed and seven others grievously injured when a van collided head-on with a bus in Tamil Nadu’s Kanyakumari district on Friday morning.
NIIF appoints Rajiv Dhar as interim CEO
National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF), a quasi-sovereign wealth fund, on Thursday said its board has appointed Rajiv Dhar as interim managing director and CEO. The appointment is effective May 11, NIIF said in a statement.
India’s cotton export to hit 18-year low as output drops, says trade body
India’s cotton exports are set to fall to their lowest level in 18 years in 2022/23 as production lagged behind domestic consumption for the second straight year, a leading trade body said on Thursday.
India’s Go First needs funds to resume operations
Go Airlines (India) needs to raise funds to resume operations, its newly appointed resolution professional told employees of the troubled low cost carrier on Thursday, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter