The group needs to rustle up Rs 5,000 crore in cash and an equal amount in bank guarantees to secure the release of its chief, Subrata Roy Image: Sahara group chairman Subrata Roy (C) with his face smeared in ink thrown by an unidentified man upon his arrival at the Supreme Court in New Delhi. Photograph: Reuters Sahara Shahar, the sprawling estate at the heart of Lucknow, wears a deserted look. The complex, which has in the past played host to top politicians, corporate ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago
If the generation of black money is not curbed, the new law will be just another amnesty scheme and tool for tax terrorism The Narendra Modi government swept into power on the promise that it would provide minimum government, maximum governance and ...Money Life, 1 month ago
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