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MI skipper Rohit Sharma fined for slow over rate

Rohit Sharma fined : Mumbai Indians (MI) captain Rohit Sharma was fined after his team maintained a slow over-rate during their Indian Premier League (IPL) match against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in Mohali. As it was his team’s first offence of the season under the IPL’s Code of Conduct relating to minimum over-rate offences, Rohit

Cricketer Harmanpreet Kaur fined for leaving the railway job

Harmanpreet Kaur, the cricket player fined for leaving the railway job. It is to be mentioned that Harmanpreet, who was on the superintendent’s rank in the railway. After Harmanpreet got a job in Punjab Police, she quits her job in railway. According to the information, the Chief Minister writes a letter to the Railway Minister to

EU slaps Google record $2.7 billion Fine

EU antitrust regulators hit Alphabet (GOOGL.O) unit Google with a record 2.42-billion-euro ($2.7 billion) fine on Tuesday, taking a tough line in the first of three investigations into the company’s dominance in searches and smartphones.It is the biggest fine the EU has ever imposed on a single company in an antitrust case, exceeding a 1.06-billion-euro

Jeweller was Fined Rs 1 Lakh for not Delivering on Wedding date

The District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed a city jeweller to pay a compensation of Rs 25,000 to a resident of Chuamajra in Mohali for failing to make gold ornaments despite taking money.Pronouncing the orders on Friday, the consumer courts also directed Karan Jewellers to refund Rs 1 lakh deposited by the complainant for

For the violation of FSS Act , 2006, two wholesalers fined upto 5 lakh

Ludhiana: For the violation of Food Safety and Standard Act 2006 and selling substandard eatables under rules 2011, a leading city club, Lodhi Club, has been fined Rs 5 lakh while Savemax Wholesale in MBD Neopolis Mall Rs 6 lakh. This fine has been imposed by Additional Deputy Commissioner (General)-cum-Adjudicating Officer Mr Rishipal Singh. While

Rohit Sharma and Bravo fined for verbal volleys

Dubai:  India’s Rohit Sharma and Darren Bravoof the West Indies have both been fined 15 per cent of their respective match fee for verbally engaging with each other in a manner that was not in keeping with the spirit of the game during the final day’s play in the third Test. The players were found

England’s Alex Hales Fined for Dissent

England opener Alex Hales has been fined for showing dissent after confronting the third umpire following his first-innings dismissal in the fourth Test against Pakistan, the International Cricket Council said Friday. Hales was given out for six on Thursday’s first day at The Oval when he clipped Mohammad Amir and Yasir Shah, diving forward in

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Woman gets pregnant after sterilisation op, doctor fined

Muzaffarnagar: A woman found she was pregnant despite undergoing a sterilisation operation, following which a fine of Rs 1,12,000 has been slapped by the consumer court on the doctor who carried out the procedure. The forum found the doctor Manju Aggarwal, who performed the operation, guilty of negligence, and directed her to pay the sum

Uber fined $900,000 in France for illegal service

Paris: Ride-hailing firm Uber has been fined $900,000 in France for using non-professional drivers between February 2014 and July 2015, the media reported on Friday. The Paris Criminal Court ruled on Thursday that Uber, based in San Francisco, had operated illegally by putting clients in contact with “road transport providers” for free with its low-cost

BJP MP Vijay Goel violates odd-even rule, fined

New Delhi: BJP MP Vijay Goel on Monday violated the odd-even scheme following which he was fined Rs 2,000 by the traffic police even as Delhi Transport Minister Gopal Rai visited his residence earlier requesting him to refrain from breaking rules by offering roses. Goel was challaned near Raisina Road, on his way to Parliament.

Second phase odd-even: 437 fined till Saturday noon

New Delhi: A total of 437 violators were fined in the first five hours of Saturday, the second day of the odd-even traffic scheme’s second phase, with police saying the numbers are likely to go up by the evening. Hundreds of thousands of odd-numbered vehicles went off the roads in the capital on Saturday, as