Supreme Court quashes criminal case against Samsung India over wrong TV size marketing

By on August 6, 2015 at 12:23 PM.

Supreme Court quashes criminal case against Samsung India over wrong TV size marketing

The Supreme Court on Wednesday quashed a criminal case registered against Samsung India Electronics on a complaint by one Ashok Chaurdia, alleging cheating and criminal conspiracy by marketing a 29-inch television set with an actual viewer screen of 27.2 inches.

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Germans hit out at Facebook’s real name policy, say it violates the right to privacy

By on July 31, 2015 at 12:04 PM.

Germans hit out at Facebook’s real name policy, say it violates the right to privacy

Facebook's real name policy has been challenged by a German regulator which ruled that the policy is violate of the right to privacy and urged the social networking site to allow people to use pseudonyms. More →
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Delhi HC questions Ola cabs over operations in city even after ban, warns to shut it down completely

By on July 29, 2015 at 10:57 AM.

Delhi HC questions Ola cabs over operations in city even after ban, warns to shut it down completely

Delhi High Court on Tuesday questioned how app-based taxi service, Ola, was operating in the national capital when the government's order banning them has not been stayed and warned that it would shut the company down if it thought it was above law. More →
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Three mobile phone towers of two private telecom firms sealed in Jammu due to violation of city rules

By on June 25, 2015 at 12:33 PM.

Three mobile phone towers of two private telecom firms sealed in Jammu due to violation of city rules

Jammu Municipal Corporation (JMC) yesterday sealed three mobile phone towers of two private telecom companies installed in violation of city rules, officials said yesterday. More →
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Woman sues eBay over rights to sell the Sun

By on June 8, 2015 at 4:17 PM.

Woman sues eBay over rights to sell the Sun

A 54-year-old Spanish woman banned from selling plots on the Sun on eBay has filed a lawsuit against the e-commerce giant. Maria Duran, from Vigo in the Spanish region of Galicia, has been claiming ownership of part of the Sun since 2010 when she threatened to bill solar power users. More →
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FIR registered against Uber Delhi driver accused of molesting woman passenger

By on June 2, 2015 at 9:39 AM.

FIR registered against Uber Delhi driver accused of molesting woman passenger

Uber landed in another controversy when one of its drivers allegedly tried molesting a female passenger during a ride to Gurgaon. The victim registered her complaint over phone to an Uber representative following the incident yesterday wherein the cab driver identified as Vinod allegedly forced himself upon her, "trying to kiss and molest her." An FIR has been lodged by Gurgaon police in the case under section 354 A (molestation) of IPC against the cab driver. More →
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