Indian skipper Shubhman Gill has been fined with a hefty penalty for questioning the umpire's decision in the World Test Championship (WTC) Finals against Australia. The Cricket Council fined Gill with 115% of his fees, of which 100% is fine penalised for the Indian team for slow over rate, and 15% for questioning the umpire. As per the Indian Cricket Council, Gill was found guilty for violating Article 2.7
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In a bizzare incident, a thief, who had stolen Lord Krishna’s ornaments from the Gopinath Temple in Odisha’s Gopinathpur, returned them. As per sources, the thief returned the stolen ornaments after nine years with a note saying he had been getting nightmares ever since the theft. Furthermore, the thief not only returned stolen cap, earrings, bracelet and a flute of Krishna and Radha, but paid a fine of Rs 300.
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A jury of Federal Court, New York found former US President Donald Trump guilty of sexually abusing advice columnist E. Jean Carroll. Happened in 1996, the judgement in the matter came recently, and said Trump is liable to pay $5 million to the victim. However, the judgement was in split, as the jury rejected Carroll's claim of rape, finding Trump responsible for a lesser degree of sexual abuse.
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After a viral tweet, mentioned that Telangana DGP has pending traffic violation fines of Rs. 7,000, since 2018, whereas the traffic police ask citizens to pay fines and imposed strict traffic rules. Reacting to the Twitter user, the Joint Commissioner of Telangana Police said, the state police officials paid a fine of Rs 28 lakhs, and cleared over 11,000 challans, pending since 2018.
Jatashankar Gupta, 70, a businessman and the secretary of Deep Residency CHS and Kamlakar Mohite, 60 were ordered to pay a fine of Rs. 5,000 each, after they were found violating Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act. If they default in paying the fine, they would have to serve 30 days in prison, said Metropolitan Magistrate RJ Patil. Notably, drain water in societies causing mosquitoes' breeding, which is a fear for residents.
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In order to keep Indian passengers' luggage in check, the IRCTC issued a circular with a warning of a hefty fine over excess luggage in train compartments. Recently, the Railway Ministry said, "Do not carry excess luggage while traveling by train". The luggage limit for passengers is, 40kgs in sleeper class, 50 kgs in AC-I Tier, and 70 kgs for maximum depending upon coaches.
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Vistara airlines was fined Rs 10 lakh for violating safety regulations after an untrained pilot landed a flight in Indore. On June 2, the Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) imposed the fine, saying, "This was a serious violation endangering lives of the passengers on board". Notably, the pilot on board was not trained to land a flight in a stimulator, which is a necessary requirement before flying craft with passengers.
In view of people's safety, the Mumbai traffic police issued a notification for bikers in Maharashtra. Issued on May 25, the notification mandates helmets for pillion riders. Notably, the new rule will come in effect after 15-days, following which strict action, including fines will be taken against violators. Moreover, currently, there is a fine of Rs 500 for those without helmets, which will soon be enforced on pillion riders also.
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A consumer forum in Gurugram has fined "The Magnolia's" management and security agency Rs 3.8 lakh in connection with a safety failure that resulted in a dog bite incident. The victim, a young girl, and her family were subjected to psychological abuse. She was unable to attend school for two weeks, was isolated in her house, and was traumatized for the rest of her life.
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The Bank of Maharashtra is to pay Rs. 1.12 crore as penalty to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for non-compliance with certain directions, including those related to Know Your Customer (KYC) norms. On April 25, the RBI imposed the huge fine amid violation provisions related to banking conduct after the statutory Inspection for Supervisory Evaluation (ISE). The aforementioned fine was confirmed through an official release by the RBI.
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