SC To Hear Plea Filed By K Kavitha In Delhi Liquor Scam
The Supreme Court is set to hear the plea filed by MLC of Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) K Kavitha, against the ED investigation into the Delhi Liquor Scam. After being summoned by the ED, K Kavitha, the daughter of Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao, filed a petition in the Apex Court, against the ED investigation, naming him a suspect in the controversial scam.
Tags: K Kavitha, ED, Delhi liquor scam, Supreme Court, competition
Courtesy: The Hans India333
9th Edition Of Young Chef Olympiad Global Event Is Back
The International Hospitality Council (IHC) and the International Institute of Hotel Management (IIHM) is back with their 9th edition of the Young Chef Olympiad. The IHC and IIMH inaugurated the global competition on January 29, followed till February 4, along with young chefs participating across 50 nations. The event supported by the Government of India, Tourism Department will be held in six cities in India, in physical form.
Tags: Hotel Management, Olympiad, competition, IIMH, IHC
Courtesy: Hospitality Lexis Media
Tata Motors To Introduce New Models, Trims In Order To Preserve Its Supremacy In SUV Industry
Tata Motors is to introduce new models and extend existing model lines in order to maintain its leading position in the SUV sector. The automaker also intends to provide new trims and variations with feature updates to meet changing client demands. "We plan to further expand the SUV space by adding new nameplates/variants at regular intervals and expanding our consumer base," Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Vice President Rajan Amba said.
Tags: TATA Motors, SUV, Automakers, Vehicle, competition
Courtesy: DNA INDIA
Mysuru Kickboxer Nikhil Suresh Dies During Competition, Father Accuses Organisers
Nikhil Suresh, a kickboxer from Mysuru, perished on July 10 during a kickboxing competition held by the K1 association of Karnataka in Bengaluru. After the tragedy, his father said that the event's organizers were to blame for his son's premature death because there were no medical services present. His trainer, Vikram Mysore Nagaraj, disclosed that the event's organizer will be sued by family members.
Tags: kickboxing, fighter, Death, bengaluru, competition
Courtesy: India today
Tata Motors Fears Competitive Automotive Market To Affect Them Negatively
Tata Motors fears adverse affect globally, due to the tough competition in automotive market, said the company. On June 17, Tata Motors, currently operating in three-units, Commercial Vehicles, Jaguar Land Rover and Passenger Vehicles, said the rising automobile industry with various companies in market is a threat to them, without any assurance of successful run in the global market. Furthermore, in FY22, Tata-Motors witnessed 11.5% high… read-more
Tags: TATA Motors, competition, revenue, business, Automotive
Courtesy: The Economic Times
Microsoft Announces Retirement Of Its Oldest Browser, Internet Explorer After 27 Years
After 27 years of service, Microsoft declared the closure of its oldest browser, Internet Explorer. It was initially launched in 1995 as a Windows 95 add-on package. Later, the business began to incorporate the browser in the pack for free. From June 15, Internet Explorer will be completely inaccessible. As it couldn't compete in the marketplace, Internet Explorer had deteriorated into a default browser for installing alternative browsers… read-more
Tags: Microsoft, internet explorer, Windows, Web browsers, competition
International Emmy Committee Bans Russian Programmes For 2022 Competition
International Academy of Television, Art & Science ahas decided to ban all Russian programs from this year's International Emmy Committee 2022 on March 25 to support Ukraine. The announcement says any Russian program, which meets the criteria of the competition and is ineligible, if submitted. The decision follows after the organisations banned affiliations with Russians.
Tags: International Emmy Awards, Russian, Ukraine-Russia crisis, competition, Russian Programmes
Karnataka HC Asks Students 'Not To Insist' Wearing Hijab; Adjourns To Feb 14
Karnataka HC is continuing to review the "Hijab Row", on February 10. Amid the ongoing issue, the court also asked students not to wear religious attire until the matter is pending. A three bench panel headed by Chief Justice Ritu Raj Aswathi reviewed the matter and adjourned the case to February 14. Till the HC disposes the case, "you people should not insist on wearing religious things," CJ Aswathi said.
Tags: Hijab Row, Karnataka High Court, Basavaraj Bommai, competition, Interim Issue
Courtesy: The Times Of India
Twitter Announces 'Cash Bounty Competition' To Find Algorithm Bias
Twitter announced up to $3,500 cash "bounty" on July 30 to users and researchers to figure the algorithm bias on the online platform. According to the media mogul, this is "the industry's first algorithmic bias bounty competition.” This initiative came ahead of the growing concerns regarding automated algorithm systems, which otherwise being neutral formulates racial and other forms of bias. The messaging platform found "unequal treatment… read-more
Tags: Twitter, cash bounty, competition, algorithm bias
Amazon, Flipkart Warned For Not Revealing Product's Manufacturing Origin
The Consumer Affairs Ministry has warned the e-commerce giants - Amazon India and Flipkart - for the sellers not mentioning the product’s manufacturing country. The Union government has sought an explanation for the lapses in the implementation of the rules within 15 days. The rules were enforced following the Indo-China standoff, owing to which Indian government banned Chinese imports. However, the e-commerce companies have still not… read-more
Tags: Amazon India, Flipkart, india china face off, INDIA CHINA border(1346), competition, Violation, big billion sale
Courtesy: The Indian Express