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Callers For dollars: Here's How Indian Call Centres Scam US Aged

Panicking, she rang the number and told a man who said he was from the IRS: ‘I can pay $500,’ half the sum demanded. "I could do a payment plan. I just can't pay all of it at once." "Ma'am, you can pay $500 today itself. You can do ... Jagran Post, 1 week ago

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Nitish favours note ban, but slams Centre for 'not doing homework'

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday favoured demonetisation of Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes and sought ‘action against benami property’, even as he slammed the Centre for ‘not doing its homework’ before taking the step causing hardships to the poor. “I am in favour of the decision to demonetise Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes which will help end ‘2 number ka dhanda’ (illegal business),” he said addressing a Chetna Sabha in Madhubani at the start ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Demonetisation: Centre increases limits on note exchange, withdrawal  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Despite murmurs against his stand, Nitish backs demonetisation  Rediff.com1 week ago
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Centre puts order banning NDTV India for a day on hold

The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has decided to ‘put on hold’ the order to impose a one day ban on the Hindi channel NDTV India, after the broadcaster requested that the decision be reviewed. Officials said that the decision has been put on hold till the time the appeal is disposed of. According to officials sources, NDTV co-chairman Prannoy Roy on Monday met Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu and discussed the issue related to the order. Sources said ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago 'Are these achche din?' Politicians, media bodies slam NDTV India ban  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Centre knowingly imposed hardships on people: Akhilesh on note ban

Criticising the Centre for ‘foisting crisis’ on farmers, who have been at the receiving end of nature's wrath for consecutive years, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Friday said the ‘ill-planned’ demonetisation could have an adverse impact on the economy. If we believe in them (the Centre) and something emerges from a neighbouring country, then they will put the country into problems...if there are no proper preparations, it can spell danger to the country ...
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'If Islamic nations can regulate triple talaq, why can't India'

Defending the Centre’s stand on ‘triple talaq’, Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Friday said when over a dozen Islamic countries were regulating the practice by enacting laws, how could it be considered wrong for a “secular” country like India. His remarks came a day after the All India Muslim Personal Law Board opposed the Centre’s affidavit in Supreme Court on the practice and also boycotted the Law Commission’s consultations on Uniform Civil ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Don't confuse triple talaq with Uniform Civil Code: Centre to Muslim Law Board  Rediff.com1 month ago Centre opposes triple talaq, polygamy among Muslims in SC  Rediff.com2 months ago
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No note ban debate for 15th day; Opposition calls Centre 'shameless'

Rajya Sabha The Opposition on Thursday accused the government of 'shameless conduct' by refusing to mourn the death of over 100 persons due to hardships caused by demonetisation, as opposition and treasury benches clashed in Rajya Sabha forcing its adjournment minuters after it met for the day. Bharatiya Janata Party members shouted slogans seeking resumption of discussion on the issue as Leader of the Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad got up to speak. Opposition benches did the same when Leader of ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Centre dares for note ban debate; Opposition firm on PM's apology, voting  Rediff.com3 days ago No consensus on debate without voting, Parliament logjam continues  Rediff.com6 days ago
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Amritsar Declaration calls for dismantling of terror sanctuaries

Combating terrorism was at the centre-stage of Heart of Asia conference which sent a clear message to Pakistan, holding terror and violent extremism as the biggest threat to peace, but could not firm up a regional framework proposed by Afghanistan to effectively deal with the menace. After the two-day deliberations, attended by 40 countries including major regional and global powers and blocs, the HoA, a platform to help Afghanistan in its transition, issued the Amritsar Declaration which ...
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Ghani refuses Pak aid; says use it to fight terror

In a hard hitting attack on Pakistan, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday accused it of launching an ‘undeclared war’ on his country by covertly supporting several terror networks including the Taliban, and noted that there were no hidden deals in India’s growing engagement in the war-ravaged country. In his address at the 6th annual conference of Heart of Asia, Ghani, who severely criticised Islamabad, said an Asian or international mechanism must be put in place, ...
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We must act against those sheltering terror forces: PM

In a clear message to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday called for ‘resolute action’ not just against forces of terrorism but also against those who support, shelter, train and finance them, saying silence and inaction will only embolden terrorists and their masters. In his address at the 6th conference of Heart of Asia, a platform to help Afghanistan in its transition, Modi said the growing arc of terrorist violence is posing the gravest threat to the region.
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Judicial appointments: CJI attacks Centre; law minister disagrees

Differences between judiciary and government continued to be aired in the open with Chief Justice of India T S Thakur on Saturday saying there is shortage of judges in high courts and tribunals requiring government intervention, a view Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad strongly disagreed with. “500 judges’ posts are vacant in the high courts. They should be working today, but they are not. At present, there are several vacant courtrooms in India but no judges available. A large ...
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