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Be more prompt in deciding cases: Par panel to Competition Commission of India 

A Parliamentary panel said fair trade regulator CCI should be "more prompt" in taking decisions on issues of price cartelisation and rigging. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance, in its report on Corporate Affairs Ministry, observed that the Competition Commission of India has been taking long time in making decisions. The regulator, which keeps a tab on anti-competitive practices in the market, which has linkage with the Corporate Affairs Ministry. 

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When will we get more courts, more judges and faster justice??
Cases Pending under Prevention of Corruption Act

As per information provided by CBI, there are 
-- 7023 cases pending under trial and 
-- 678 cases pending under investigation 

across the country under the Prevention of Corruption Act as on 31.10.2012. 
Source: Lawyersclubindia

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Popular Case on Cyber Crime Jurisdiction and Internet Fraud ++

Vladimir Leonidovich Levin, born on March 11, 1971, a biochemistry graduate of St. Petersburg's Tekhnologichesky University in mathematics, led a Russian hacker group in the first international 
bank robbery over a network.

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If you do not breathe through writing, 
if you do not cry out in writing, 
or sing in writing, 
then don't write, 
because our culture has no use for it.

-- Anais Nin

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"Where we come from does not determine who we can become. What we look like places no limits on what we can achieve. We should all have the right to express ourselves, all have the right to be heard, all have the right to be what we can be: To reach for the sky and touch the stars. No matter who we are, no matter whether we are man or woman, or rich or poor:
My voice, my right. My voice counts."

—Desmond Tutu, a key figure in the defeat of apartheid in South Africa, Nobel Prize Laureate, first black Archbishop of South Africa.
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