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"We are a responsible, law-abiding corporate citizen and have the highest respect and regard for the law of the land and all our institutions and statutory bodies, including the Central Board of Film Certification,” a statement from the film production unit said.
If an Indian has a bank account in Switzerland, the bank concerned will disclose the financial account data to authorities there; the Swiss authority will forward the information to its peer in India who can then examine the person's details.
PAAS and Congress workers clashed near the office of Praful Togadia, Congress candidate from Patel-dominated Varchcha Road seat in Surat. PAAS members said that they had been ignored in ticket distribution, and would not allow the city Congress office to operate unless PAAS got a proper share in seat sharing.
UK is looking to invoke a mechanism of GA and Security Council Joint Conference, which has never been used in the history of ICJ, to choose the judge and, in the process, invalidate popular support for Dalveer Bhandari.
However the banks will have to ensure proper supervision of enrolment and updation process within their premises.
Cries of "Neither Hurriyat-type Shariat, nor Hurriyat-type freedom, Kashmir will become an Islamist nation,” rent the air at the funeral of a Tehreek-ul Mujahideen militant, Mugees Ahmad Mir. IG Kashmir, Munir Khan, said the quantum of influence of ISIS on Kashmir militancy is being investigated.
Stepping up probe into the Panama Papers, the income tax department has slapped criminal charges under the new anti-black money Act and launched fresh assessment of stashed offshore income against over half-a-dozen Indian entities in the list, official sources said.
Sri Lanka batsman Dilruwan Perera on Sunday courted controversy when it appeared that he may have sought dressing room help for taking a DRS review call even as Sri Lanka Cricket outrightly rejected the assumptions.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was fired as leader of the ruling ZANU-PF party on Sunday and replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa, the deputy he sacked this month, sources at a special ZANU-PF meeting to decide Mugabe's fate told Reuters.
More than 200 central and state government websites publicly displayed details such as names and addresses of some Aadhaar beneficiaries, the Unique Identification Authority of India has said.
On a sunny Sunday, batting on a pitch that has settled down, Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul pummeled Sri Lankan attack to all parts of the Eden Gardens. India raced to 171/1 in 39.3 overs before bad light brought an early end to Day 4 of the Kolkata Test
Viacom18, producers of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's period drama Padmavati, say they have voluntarily deferred the film's release date. The film was set to hit the screens on December 1.
A day after six terrorists were killed in the Valley, security forces on Sunday said that the year-long counter-insurgency operation in the Valley has resulted in a remarkable change in the security situation in the region.
The proposal for enhancement of the salaries of the President, the Vice President and the Governors was prepared by the Union Home Ministry and forwarded to the Cabinet Secretary more than a year ago for the approval of the Union Cabinet, a home ministry official said.
There is a strict vigil on the passengers coming from Gulf countries to check any attempt of gold smuggling. However, flights coming from European countries do not see such strict checks.
For a long time, it has seemed that the only person unsure he will run in the presidential elections next March is Vladimir Putin. The people expect it, his opponents are sure of it, his entourage is convinced of it. But Russia’s President is delaying.