Law firms’ body seeks ban on apps, websites offering legal services

Law firms’ body seeks ban on apps, websites offering legal services

Web portals and web-based apps offering legal services, consultations with lawyers, and hosting their profiles on the internet are now under the law ministry’s scanner for surrogate advertising in violation of the current law that governs the legal profession. In the absence of clear guidelines regulating them, internet law startups and web-based apps are stretching

Five militants killed, soldier injured in ongoing Hajin gunfight

Five militants were killed and an army man injured in an ongoing gunfight in Hajin area of north Kashmir’s Bandipora district on Saturday, army said. Defence spokesman Col Rajesh Kalia said that five militants were killed in the ongoing gunfight. “A soldier of 13 RR was wounded in the gunfight,” he said. Earlier, a gunfight

Aryan posted in MoS External Affairs office

After a successful completion of two years tenure as the Regional Passport Officer of Jammu and Kashmir Vimarsh Aryan has been picked for an important assignment by the Government of India. He has been deployed as the Officer Incharge for Union Minister of State for External Affairs General (Retd) Dr VK Singh’s office. It is

PM greets media fraternity on National Press Day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today greeted the media fraternity on the occasion of ‘National Press Day’ and said a free press is the “cornerstone” of a vibrant democracy and his government is fully committed to upholding its freedom. “A free press is the cornerstone of a vibrant democracy. We are fully committed to upholding freedom

Farooq for Indo-Pak dialogue on Kashmir

SRINAGAR, Nov 15: National Conference president Dr Farooq Abdullah today urged India and Pakistan to start a sustained, comprehensive dialogue on Kashmir as it was against the interests of both countries to prolong the political issue. (Click here to watch video) While addressing an NC rally in border town Uri, Farooq said: “It is against

Govt considering report on age-limit in civil services exam

NEW DELHI: Nearly eight months after its submission, the report of Baswan committee that suggested changes in civil service exam pattern and age limit is under examination, the government has said. The committee had submitted its report to the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on August 9, 2016. “The Baswan Committee’s report along with UPSC’s

Bihar court orders FIR against Farooq Abdullah on charges of treason

A Bihar court has ordered filing of First Information Report (FIR) against Farooq Abdullah on charges of treason. The court passed the orders after a lawyer approached the court over Abdullah’s remarks on PaK (Pakistan administered Kashmir). On Saturday Jammu and Kashmir National Conference president Farooq Abdullah said that PaK belongs to Pakistan and the