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China drains more money from market to check debt risk
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China to pursue prudent monetary policy to check debt risk, as...

PBOC withdrew money through open market operations for the second day to check rising debt risks Business Standard, 4 weeks ago
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Soon you may be able to instantly withdraw money from mutual funds

The assets in control of MFs soared to a record high of Rs 17.9 lakh crore last month In order to boost small investors, the market regulator is mulling instant redemption (withdrawal) for investors in liquid mutual funds. Currently, it takes up to three days to withdraw money or cash out. The regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India is in talks with mutual funds (MFs) to standardise and introduce instant redemption. "We need to think about parameters to go along with this. There ...
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Is Kim Jong-un planning for war?

Will the unpredictable North Korean leader provoke conflict on the Korean peninsula?Dr Rajaram Panda checks out the possibilities. Tensions in the Korean peninsula remain high because of North Korea's nuclear tests, missile launches and constant threats to attack both its southern neighbour and the US. As the US and South Korean militaries participated in exercise Foal Eagle 2017 on March 1, North Korea expectedly reacted by firing four banned ballistic missiles on March 6 that flew about ...
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Taxmen can dig in past 10 yrs of returns to unearth blackmoney

In a significant move to check blackmoney, Income Tax Department can now scrutinise income tax returns of previous 10 years if any search leads them to undisclosed deposits or property of over Rs 50 lakh.     The present ceiling for scrutiny of past returns of income is six years.     In the Budget for 2017-18, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has proposed to increase the scrutiny period to 10 years.     "What we have said now is (that) if during a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Beware! Income Tax department can dig in past 10 years of your returns to unearth blackmoney  DNA1 month ago
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Jaya convicted in assets case, remove her portraits from government offices

The Dravida Munnetra Kazagham on Saturday called for the removal of portraits of the late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa from government offices, saying she was convicted in an assets case. DMK Working President and Leader of Opposition in the Tamil Nadu assembly M K Stalin also opposed the naming of government schemes after her and “the use of taxpayers’ money for her 69th birthday celebrations” on Friday. “Jayalalithaa was convicted (in the Rs 66 crore disproportionate ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Remove Jayalalithaa's portraits from govt offices & rename 'Amma' schemes, demands DMK  DNA3 weeks ago DMK objects to Jaya's portraits in govt offices  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Abnormal share price rise: Bourses go for graded surveillance

Leading stock exchanges BSE and NSE will put in place graded surveillance measures to check any abnormal rise in stock price not commensurate with the company's financial health. The proposed measures, which include restricting trades of the companies' ...
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ED attaches over Rs 1.02cr assets of Surat trader Bhajiawala

The ED has attached over Rs 1.02 crore cash in new notes in connection with its money laundering probe against city-based financer Kishore Bhajiawala and his family. The agency said it has issued orders for provisional attachment of "Rs 1,02,16,000 funds, ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago Surat-based financier in ED net, Rs 1 cr in new notes seized  Rediff.com2 months ago Notes ban: ED arrests Surat-based Bhajiawala under PMLA  Deccan Herald2 months ago

3-yr jail, 27 lakh fine for ex-BSNL AGM for graft

A special CBI court in Ahmedabad has convicted a former senior BSNL official for possession of disproportionate assets (DA) and sentenced him three-year imprisonment besides slapping a fine of Rs 27 lakh. Kiran Premchand Patel, former assistant general ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Former BSNL official sentenced to 3-year jail, 27 lakh fine in disproportionate assets case  DNA1 month ago
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CBI books Income-Tax Commissioner, wife in assets case

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has discovered 15 properties allegedly belonging Haribansh Kumar Chaudhary, a 1988 batch officer of the Indian Revenue Service (IRS), against whom the probe agency had registered a disproportionate assets case.
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Jayalalithaa & Sasikala amassed Rs 55 crore assets, including expensive jewellery, watches, cars: Supreme Court

Gold and diamond jewellery worth Rs 2.51 crore and wrist watches worth Rs 15.9 lakh were part of the Rs 55 crore assets amassed by late AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa, her close aide V K Sasikala and two others. Besides Jayalalithaa against whom the ...
 DNA1 month ago Jaya, Sasikala had jewellery, watches, cars worth crores: SC  Business Standard1 month ago
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