The CBDT has constituted a Working Group headed by Joint Secretary (FT&TR-II), CBDT and comprising of departmental officers and representatives of SEBI, custodians, brokerage firms and fund managers to examine the consequential issues arising out of ... PIB, 1 week ago
India, Mauritius tax law amendment under govt scanner - Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
Details accessed by The Indian Express highlight an interesting pattern to all five cases: Trusts set up in the Cayman Islands more than a decade ago and assets transferred to banks in other parts of the world. (Reuters) Tracking a new offshore ...Financial Express, 1 month ago The four, who have since appeared before the Income Tax (investigations) unit in New Delhi following issuance of summons, are Jitendra Mehra, a director with Essar Group; Sunil Kant Munjal, joint managing director, Hero MotoCorp Ltd; Gurcharan Das, writer Indian Express, 1 month ago
Panama on Monday said it is in talks with India for putting in place a bilateral tax information exchange agreement, amid furore over hundreds of names of Indians figuring in the 'Panama Papers'. However, the Latin American nation said it would ...DNA India, 1 month ago In talks with India for tax info exchange pact, says Panama Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago
A bench comprising justices Dipak Misra and Shiva Kirti Singh issued notices to Centre and the CBI on the petition filed by advocate M L Sharma. A Multi Agency Group (MAG) of various investigative agencies has been formed by the ...Jagran Post, 1 month ago Supreme Court seeks Centre's reply on plea for CBI inquiry in the Panama papers Jagran Post, 1 month ago
The government is setting up a special panel of officials drawn from agencies that probe cases of tax evasion and fraud to investigate reports in the Indian Express, which claimed that over 500 Indians have set up companies and trusts in Panama, a tax haven.The Financial Chronicle, 2 months ago Govt sets up multi-agency probe team on money stashed abroad Deccan Herald, 2 months ago Panama Papers: Govt sets up multi-agency team | SIT to probe names Economic Times, 2 months ago
Government today declared that action will be taken against "unlawful" accounts held abroad by Indians and constituted a multi-agency group to continuously monitor information in the wake of Panama Papers that named 500 people including film actors and ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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