Monthly Archives: January 2019

Open Door Policy of State Bank of India!

If we want to enter a branch of SBI, we may have to encounter a guard, half closed gate. In secure rooms, there may be even an access controlled doors. But it is a surprise to know that the server … Continue reading

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Product pricing in E Commerce and Consumer interests

The new FDI guidelines applicable to E Commerce will be coming into operation from 1st February 2019. The copy of the revisions in the FDI policy is available here. The guidelines provide that 100%FDI through automatic route is subject to … Continue reading

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Intermediary Guidelines..Time for Public Comments ends in 2 days

The extended time for public comments to be submitted for the proposed changes in the Intermediary Guidelines is ending on 31st January 2019. Naavi has already added his views in the comments submitted by the Foundation of Data Protection Professionals … Continue reading

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Good Wishes on Data Privacy Day

Data Privacy Day is being celebrated since 2018 across the globe to increase the awareness about Privacy. With the Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA-2018) under process, India is taking a significant step towards bringing in a comprehensive data protection regulation … Continue reading

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The EVM Hacking…..Despicable Lies to Soften Targets

It is terribly unfortunate that the Congress Party under Sonia/Rahul has turned one of the biggest enemies of the country just because it wants to capture power. While it is its right to fight the election and win, it has … Continue reading

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Umashankar Judgement upheld by TDSAT

S Umashankar Vs ICICI Bank was a historic adjudication decision of the Adjudicator of Tamil Nadu in decided in 2010 (Complaint filed in 2008). The award had held ICICI Bank liable to pay compensation to the customer because the Bank … Continue reading

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