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India to get 3rd set of Swiss bank details, info on real estate this monthRediff.com12 Sep 2021
Marking a key milestone in the Indian government's fight against black money allegedly stashed abroad, India will get this month the complete information on flats, apartments and condominiums owned by Indians in Switzerland as also on earnings made from such properties to help it look into tax liabilities associated with those assets.
Cairn gets French court order to seize 20 Indian assetsRediff.com8 Jul 2021
Britain's Cairn Energy has secured a French court order to seize 20 Indian govt properties to recover arbitration award, it is learnt.
Remembering Diana: The life of a princessRediff.com1 Jul 2021
On July 1, 2021, Britain's Princess Diana would have turned 60 and two decades after her tragic death in a car accident near the end of summer 1997, she still holds an exalted place on the altar of the most admired people in the world, her status secure as a style icon -- as is her legacy of having forever changed the British monarchy.
Cairn to target assets of state-owned firms to recover dues worth $1.2 billionRediff.com27 Jun 2021
After Air India, Britain's Cairn Energy PLC plans to target assets of state-owned firms and banks in countries from the US to Singapore as it looks to ramp up efforts to recover the amount due from the Indian government after winning an arbitration against levy of retrospective taxes. A lawyer representing the company said Cairn will bring lawsuits in several countries to make state-owned firms liable to pay the $1.2 billion plus interest and penalties that are due from the Indian government. Last month, Cairn brought a lawsuit in the US District Court for the Southern District of New York pleading that Air India is controlled by the Indian government so much that they are 'alter egos' and the airline should be held liable for the arbitration award.
Indian airlines brave Covid turbulenceRediff.com21 Jun 2021
Though India's airlines are certainly bleeding, they haven't yet faced the ignominy of shutting down.
Back to the wall, will Choksi still manage to pull off a trick or two?Rediff.com12 Jun 2021
Given how everything has played out, Mehul Choksi, now 62, achieved all that he wanted but for all the wrong reasons, says Pavan Lall.
When Mallya bought Lewis Hamilton's dad's homeRediff.com19 Mar 2021
This property has all the hallmarks of being owned and occupied by Vijay Mallya. A fleet of supercars making their way down the drive, hordes of people descending to party all night long and a constant delivery of goods and services.
ED summons Punjab CM's son in FEMA caseRediff.com23 Oct 2020
Raninder Singh has been asked to depose at the central probe agency's office in Jalandhar on October 27, they said.
Modi's fight against black money gets a fillipRediff.com9 Oct 2020
India has got the second set of Swiss bank account details of its nationals and entities under the automatic exchange of information pact with Switzerland, marking a key milestone in the government's fight against black money allegedly stashed abroad.
Why Cayman Islands is a big headache for taxmen in IndiaRediff.com1 Jun 2020
Equity inflows worth $3.7 billion came from the sunny Caribbean jurisdiction in 2019-20, a 267 per cent increase from the $1 billion registered in 2018-19 making it India's 10th largest source of FDI.
UK court defers Indian banks' plea to declare Mallya bankruptRediff.com10 Apr 2020
In a relief to liquor baron Vijay Mallya, the high court in London has deferred hearings on a plea by the SBI-led consortium of Indian banks, seeking the indebted tycoon to be declared bankrupt to enable them recover a loan of around 1.145 billion pounds from him. Justice Michael Briggs of the insolvency division of the high court granted relief to Mallya, ruling that he should be given time till his petitions to the Supreme Court of India and his settlement proposal before the Karnataka high court be determined, allowing him time to repay his debts to the banks in full.
India reports 2nd coronavirus death, several states in shutdown modeRediff.com13 Mar 2020
The Union Health ministry put the number of positive cases at 82, eight more since Thursday night, which includes the woman and a 76-year-old man from Karnataka who became the country's first coronavirus fatality besides 17 foreign nationals, Health Ministry officials said.
Budget 2020: Few hits and misses for overseas investorsRediff.com10 Feb 2020
The Budget has relaxed a few safe harbour rules that aim to make it easier for fund managers overseeing offshore India-focused funds to relocate to the country.
Indian banks urge UK court to declare Mallya bankruptRediff.com11 Dec 2019
A consortium of Indian public sector banks led by SBI sought a bankruptcy order against embattled liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya during a high court hearing in London on Wednesday as part of efforts to recoup around 1.145 billion pounds in unpaid loans. Mallya's legal team, led by barrister Philip Marshall, argued for the bankruptcy petition to be dismissed because their client was being unfairly pursued by the banks in India and the UK on opposing grounds.
The BEST 200 Indian Films of the DecadeRediff.com13 Nov 2019
Aseem Chhabra picks the finest Indian films in the 2010-2019 decade.
80% FPIs get major relief from market regulatorRediff.com31 Oct 2019
This may mean easier access, simplified KYC and documentation requirements, and fewer investment restrictions for a majority of FPIs, especially broad-based funds and pooled vehicles that were earlier part of Category-II.
India gets first lot of Swiss bank account detailsRediff.com7 Oct 2019
This is the first time that India has received details from Switzerland under the AEOI framework, which provides for exchange of information on financial accounts that currently active as well as those accounts that were closed during 2018.
10 small economies hold 85% of $15 trn phantom FDIRediff.com11 Sep 2019
Phantom FDI refers to investments that pass through shell companies that have no real business activities and are tailor-made to cut tax liabilities.
Singapore HC orders freezing bank account of Nirav Modi's familyRediff.com2 Jul 2019
The Singapore high court has put a freeze on deposits of $ 6.122 million following Enforcement Directorate's request on the ground that the money was "proceeds of crime" illegally siphoned off by Nirav Modi from the Punjab National Bank.
Sports Shorts: Anand out of contention in NorwayRediff.com14 Jun 2019
Summary of sports events and persons who made news on Thursday
Praful Patel grilled for over 9 hrs by ED for 2nd dayRediff.com11 Jun 2019
Patel is being questioned in connection with a money laundering probe related to losses suffered by Air India as part of an alleged multi-crore aviation scam.
Praful Patel grilled for 8 hrs in alleged aviation scamRediff.com10 Jun 2019
He is the first high-profile person who has deposed before the ED in this case.
ED summons Praful Patel in UPA-era aviation scamRediff.com1 Jun 2019
The NCP leader said that he will be happy to cooperate with the ED so that the agency understands the "complexities" of the aviation sector.
215 killed as blasts rock Sri Lanka on EasterRediff.com21 Apr 2019
Seven persons had been arrested in connection with the blasts.
REVEALED! How Nirav Modi transferred fraudulent fundsRediff.com13 Mar 2019
ED team managed to get several bank statements from Barbados, Dubai, Hong Kong etc. which prove vital overseas link and money trail relating to Nirav Modi and his aides.
Football Extras: FFA ramps up campaign to free jailed Bahraini refugeeRediff.com5 Feb 2019
News of all that's transpired on and off the football field
PIX: Maria Sharapova and her rich friendsRediff.com27 Nov 2018
Sharapova is not just one of the world's top tennis players but a brilliant business woman.
Rs 8,100-cr fraud: ED seeks fugitive offender tag for Sterling Biotech promotersRediff.com26 Oct 2018
ED has filed a plea before a special court of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act seeking to declare Nitin Sandesara, Chetan Sandesara, Dipti Sandesara and Hitesh Patel fugitives under Section 4 of the Fugitive Economic Offenders Act.
ED attaches Rs 637 cr of assets of Nirav Modi, family in 5 countriesRediff.com1 Oct 2018
The assets have been attached as part of five separate orders issued by the central probe agency under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, it said.
PHOTOS: Obama living his best lifeRediff.com4 Aug 2018
Former United States President Barack Obama has been free from the pressures of running the nation for two years now. However, while in office and even out of it, Obama has always enjoyed each moment. As he celebrates his 57th birthday (August 4), here are some of his lighter moments enjoying life.
Fresh Panama Paper leaks: Accused deny allegationsRediff.com22 Jun 2018
The Panama Paper leaks were originally revealed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists on April 4, 2016, following which, the government had set up the MAG to probe the matter.
Pandya, Karthik confirmed for ICC World XIRediff.com3 May 2018
India's Hardik Pandya and Dinesh Karthik join an ICC World XI for the high-profile Twenty20 International against the West Indies at Lord's in London on May 31, being organised to raise funds for stadia in the Caribbean damaged by hurricanes last year.
The nefarious world of C SivasankaranRediff.com30 Apr 2018
Corporate ministry documents show that the Siva's firm kept taking loans from public sector banks like State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank which gradually turned to bad loans.
Dhawan, Smriti recommended for Arjuna awardsRediff.com25 Apr 2018
Meanwhile, the Board has given the names of Hardik Pandya and Dinesh Karthik as India's representatives in the World XI team that will play West Indies in a charity Twenty20 match at the Lord's on May 31.
Rashid, Tamim, Shakib to play for World XI vs WI at Lord'sRediff.com23 Apr 2018
The match is being organised to raise funds for stadia in the Caribbean, which were damaged due to hurricanes last year.
CWG Medals Tally: India finish 3rd with 26 golds; Australia topRediff.com15 Apr 2018
Medals tally of the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.
In pix: Interesting Christmas rituals around the worldRediff.com25 Dec 2017
How many of these did you already know about?
10 mindblowing places to visit before the year endsRediff.com27 Sep 2017
You'll be surprised, but India is one of them!
5 charged with holding Rs 5,000 cr abroadRediff.com11 Sep 2017
This is the first big move in the investigation of the British Virgin Islands list where the I-T department has found a significant amount of tax evasion.
Irma hits Florida with Category 4 force; millions evacuatedRediff.com10 Sep 2017
Around 1,20,000 Indian-Americans reside across Florida.