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India, Pakistan officials discuss Indus Water Treaty
A host of issues under the Indus Waters Treaty, including Pakistan's objections to the design of Indian hydropower projects on Chenab river, are likely to be discussed between the Indus......
Indus Commissioners of India, Pak to meet on March 23-24
The Indus Commissioners of India and Pakistan will meet in New Delhi on March 23 and 24 to discuss a host of issues, including Islamabad's concerns about the design of Indian hydropower projects on......
'Punjab will burn': Amarinder opposes SYL canal
Opposing the Sutlej-Yamuna Link canal at a meeting with his Haryana counterpart, Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Tuesday warned that it is an emotive issue in his state and “Punjab......
India to 'stop' flow of its share of water to Pak: Gadkari
India has decided to 'stop' the flow of its share of water to Pakistan from rivers under the Indus Water Treaty, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday, in comments that came over a week......
Amarinder to take oath as Punjab CM on March 16
After guiding the Congress to a thumping victory in the state assembly polls, senior party leader Captain Amarinder Singh is all set to take oath as the chief minister of Punjab on March 16. 5......
Panel says Big 4 auditing firms are not 'multinationals'
'These firms do not contravene provisions of Chartered Accountants Act, 1949, which bar members of the countries not allowing Indians to practice accountancy in their jurisdiction to become......
4 global audit majors circumventing laws: Panel
The big four global accountancy firms -- PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, Ernst & Young and Deloitte -- are circumventing laws to provide auditing services in the country, says a report of an......
IFRS: The magnificent obsession of ICAI
The latest passion of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is not selling blazers. Nor is it inauguration of residential courses. It is IFRS, IFRS and IFRS. Or International......
Why Jet Air is a success and ICAI a failure
Writing her columns for a business daily a senior journalist recently wrote of her experiences of flying to Madrid via Brussels from Chennai in a private airline. Pointing out that the flight in......
CA panel tastes blood, wants more
The Chartered Accountants' Action Committee is asking the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India for more.Upping the ante on multinational accounting firms and their practices in India, the......
Malaysian athletics official banned for dope connection
Malaysian athletics official Karim Ibrahim has been hit with a six-year ban after he was found guilty of being involved in two doping cases, local media reported on Friday. Ibrahim, a former......
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