- India's license raj is alive and well: The Times of India, 14th Feburary 2007.So you think India's infamous license-permit Raj has ended? Not according to the World Bank. A new report released on Tuesday by the Bank and its private sector arm IFC ranks India near the bottom of the world in several business metrics.
- Verizon eyes STD licence in India: The Times of India, 9th Feburary, 2007.US telecommunication giant Verizon Communications is applying for a long-distance operating license in India that will allow it to compete more fiercely in the region with AT&T and other telecom firms offering phone and internet services to multinational companies.
- Dullo Jr does it again; challaned on two counts: The Times of India, 19th Feburay, 2007.The waywardness of some VIP brats at times gets too much for even the otherwise obliging UT police. Bunny Dullo, son of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president Shamsher Singh Dullo, is one such person.
The UT traffic police on Sunday afternoon challaned him for using black film on his Elantra (PB26D-0005) and driving it without license.
- Slain Pak. militant had Indian driving license: The Hindu, 8th March 2005.NEW DELHI, MARCH 7. The Special Cell of the Delhi police has recovered two driving licences which were obtained by one of the two alleged Pakistani militants gunned down in the encounter in West Delhi on Saturday, revealing that he had been trying to obtain papers showing him as an Indian citizen.
- Beware, the world knows about your weapon: The Times of India, 17th May, 2005: "The complete record of about 20,000 arms licenses with the UT administration would now be available online on www.sampada.in.".
- 'Pvt schools must teach in Telugu': The Times of India, 17th May, 2005: "He said the Kannada Bhashabhivruddhi Samstha, the official language commission of that state, had asked the government to cancel the licenses of those shops and establishments which did not use Kannada signboards. This resulted in such establishments falling in line".
- RDX seized from militant's den: The Times of India, 1st June, 2005: " A .303 rifle, 20 rounds of ammunitions, a uniform of a Punjab Police head constable and several fake driving licenses were also seized from the house, a police sources said".
- The bandookwallahs: The Times of India, 14th December, 2005: " A recent report about fake gun licenses being procured by Gujaratis from outside the state, has brought the issue to the fore but as experts and those who have revolvers at home tell us, it's not so difficult to get a license legally too".
- Ayodhya blast mastermind identified: The Times of India, 14th December, 2005: "
Mahmood was the one who got a sim card from Saharanpur while producing a fake driving license with a fake address of Jalundhar".
- Cars to get hi-tech number plates: The Times of India, 19 July, 2005: "These features have been introduced to make it difficult to replicate or use a forged license plate".