Owing to the shortage of fuel in the UK's Petrol Pumps, the government has roped in British Army to supply fuel all over the country to ease out the situation. Reportedly, people have started the panic buying after they came to know that tanker drivers are facing problem to get entry visa in the UK. "200 military tankers personnel...will be deployed from October 11," the government said.
While talking to NDTV on September 25, the Chief of Facebook India made a clear stand over impartial policies Facebook enforces. Facebook was accused of refusing to take action against a BJP leader for "hate speech". Ajit Mohan categorically mentioned that the company welcomes the IT rules and will try and comply as "we have the utmost respect for Indian law".
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Amazon is under scrutiny for its legal representatives allegedly bribing Indian government officials on September 21. The government questioned Amazon for spending over Rs. 8500 crores in "legal fees" since 2019. The government also defended its stand through a "zero-tolerance policy" towards corruption. Modi government accused "Whole system working on bribes, which is not the best business practice". Amazon has reportedly launched an… read-more
Modi government is planning to set up a research unit within Press Information Bureau (PIB) to strengthen regular content produced by official channels with authenticity. The purpose is to project those crucial policy decisions published via press conferences, official handouts, and social media accounts by PBI to only contain factually designed data. Notably, the Director official of PIB will lead the research unit and get into action from… read-more
The central government is to revise the provisions of the Coffee Act 1942, by removing redundant clauses which seem to create hurdles in India's coffee trade. Reportedly, while holding a meeting with stakeholders of the Coffee Industry on September 18, Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal has banished the concern of closing the organization. Goyal said, "Coffee to be brought under the Ministry of Agriculture to avail benefits."