The Crime Branch of Delhi Police has busted an espionage network that leaked sensitive information related to the Finance Ministry. Sumit, a contract worker with a data entry operator, was arrested on charges of espionage activities and providing classified data to foreign countries in return for money.
According to the Delhi Police Crime Branch, a mobile phone was recovered from him during the search, which he used to share confidential information related to the Ministry of Finance. A case was registered under the Official Secrets Act.
Draft Guidelines for Certification of Halal Meat Products Released
Meanwhile, the Commerce Ministry has issued guidelines for export of all meat and its products as 'Halal certified'. Under this, they will be exported only when there is a valid certificate regarding its production, processing and packet. This certificate will be issued by a body recognized by the board of the Quality Council of India. The Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) has proposed draft guidelines on Halal certification with an aim to streamline the Halal certification process for export of meat and meat products from the country.
Government is preparing some changes in bankruptcy law
At the same time, the central government is preparing to bring many changes in the bankruptcy law. Under this, the government aims to speed up the process and increase the scope of its already set framework. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), which came into force in 2016, aims at market-based and time-bound resolution of stressed assets. There have been several amendments to this code in the past.