NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said the Centre had committed "gross contempt of court" by not complying with its three-year-old judgment directing disclosure of names of Indian account holders in a Liechtenstein bank given to it by Germany. Times of India, 8 hours ago
22 April 2014, New Delhi, Sidharth Mishra Singh's actions had a political method. He left the accountability of his government to parliament in the hands of party leadership. A seeker of jobs, he did his master's bidding without qualms, which in ...Millennium Post, 7 hours ago
New Delhi, March 26: Judges and others would not have to pay taxes if the estimated Rs 70,000 crore in black money stashed in foreign banks was brought back to the country, the Supreme Court said today, accusing the Centre of not taking the ...Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago Govt pulled up for not acting on black money Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
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