Housing Society Can Approach Other Builder: HC
There was no relief from the Bombay High Court for Kalpataru Properties in a mega redevelopment project in Kandivli. A division bench of Justice SJ Vazifdar and Revati Dhere refused to grant an interim order seeking the appointment of a court receiver and restraining Majithia Nagar Cooperative Society from assigning the project to another builder. 
 

The HC upheld a single judge’s order that found no prima facie concluded contract to carry out redevelopment between the Society and Kalpataru.
 
“If an injunction is granted, almost 300 members will be deprived the benefit of enjoying their property during the pendency of the suit. On the other hand, Kalpataru always has a right to claim damages,” the judges said. They added, “Members of the Society ought not to be denied the right to better living and better facilities.” The Court said that a resolution passed by the Society accepting Kalpataru’s bid was not enough to say that there was a concluded contract.
 

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TDI Infrastructure To Pay over Rs35 Lakh for Deficiency of Service
Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (DSCDRC) has asked TDI Infrastructure Pvt Ltd to pay over Rs35 lakh to Amar Singh Pahal for non-completion of a project in which he had booked a plot, even after three years from date of promised delivery of possession.
 
The DSCDRC, presided by judicial member SA Siddiqui, asked TDI Infrastructure to pay the amount noting that “it amounts to deficiency of service… it can also be taken as indulgence in unfair trade practice.”
 
“... It would be in the larger interest of justice that the amount deposited by complainant is refunded... He should also be adequately compensated for the harassment, mental pain and agony,” the Commission said.
 

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Modi says terrorism is 'exported' to India, not home-grown

There is a need to take the challenge of terrorism seriously. It's sad that many countries could not earlier understand the ugly face of terrorism which is enemy of humanity, Modi said during his US visit

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that all terrorism in India is 'exported' and are not 'home-grown', asserting it has no borders.

 

Even as he rejected any distinction between good and bad terrorism, the Indian PM called for a collective fight to effectively tackle the global challenge.

 

The Prime Minister dwelt at length on the challenges posed by terrorism while addressing the Council for Foreign Relations on the fourth day of his five-day visit to the US.

 

Asked by a questioner about the rise of Islamic State (IS) militants in West Asia and whether there was any danger that such unrest might spread to India, the Prime Minister Modi ruled that out and said that all terrorism activities in our country 'are exported and are not home-grown'.

 

The Prime Minister also told the audience about his response that 'Muslims of India will fail al-Qaeda' to a question by CNN about the al-Qaeda threat in India.

 

"People of all communities in India are driven by a core philosophy. That is symbolised by Buddha, Mahatma Gandhi. Non-violence is at the core of our philosophy...," he said.

 

"Terrorism has no borders. There is no good terrorist or bad terrorist. Terrorism is terrorism," the Prime Minister said.

 

"There is a need to take the challenge of terrorism seriously. It's sad that many countries could not earlier understand the ugly face of terrorism which is enemy of humanity," he said.

 

The Prime Minister said it cannot be measured on the scale of political plus and minus.

 

"The world will have to speak in one voice against terrorism," he stressed.

 

Making a reference to the ISIS assassination of hostages, Modi said," When I saw it on television that a man has been beheaded it's such a challenge in the 21st century for the mankind, a challenge that can shake up anyone... Terrorism is mankind's enemy."

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