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Left parties on fast in support of Telangana RTC employees

HYDERABAD:Headers of the Left parties and people's organisations observed a day-long fast here on Thursday in support of the strike by employees of the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC), which entered its 13th day.

'Zuckerberg, Clegg built careers compromising their principles'

NEW DELHI:Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie has blasted Facebook for hiring former British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg as its new "apologist in chief", saying both Facebook CEO Mark Both Zuckerberg and Clegg "built their careers compromising their principles".

Pakistan to remain on FATF grey list till February

PARIS:The Finan­cial Action Task Force (FATF) has decided to put Pakistan on its grey list till next February and directed Islamabad to take "extra measures" for "complete" elimination of terror financing and money laundering.

Manmohan left 'nasty stink of corruption' in public banking: Sitharaman

NEW YORK: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has accused former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of leaving behind "a nasty stink of corruption" in the public banking sector, which suffered its "worst phase" under him and former Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan.

Vakilsearch becomes India’s largest legal, tax & compliance platform- announces a partnership with Chugh LLP

Chugh LLP, a leader in immigration law and practice, business registration & business support in the United States has partnered with Vakilsearch, India’s pioneering and largest legal tech platform. The strategic partnership with Chugh LLP comes with an aim to build the world’s largest tech platform.

Delhi waives fitness fee, GPS charges for taxis

NEW DELHI:The Delhi government on Tuesday announced that it will extend the benefits of no fitness test fee and GPS and SIM charges policy to taxis in the national capital and will also reduce the other charges by more than three-fold.

Kerala HC serves notice to Mohanlal in ivory case

KOCHI:The Kerala High Court on Tuesday served a notice to superstar Mohanlal on a petition that the permission granted to him to keep elephant tusks should be cancelled.

Shivakumar's custody extended till Oct 25

NEW DELHI: A court here on Tuesday extended till October 25 the judicial custody of Congress leader D.K. Shivakumar, arrested in an alleged money laundering case.

FATF credibility at stake if it doesn't downgrade Pak

NEW DELHI:Predictably, "brotherly countries" China, Turkey and Malaysia have backed Pakistan over the countrys "risk assessment study" at the FATF meeting being held in Paris, and are likely to vote against a downgrade to the black list.

'Made in China policy' killing jobs in India: Rahul

LATUR (Maharashtra): Attacking the BJP government in the centre and state over "massive unemployment", Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said the "Made in China" policy is killing jobs of Indian youth.

After being trolled, Ravi Shankar Prasad withdraws statement

NEW DELHI: Under fire for citing cinema box-office collections to negate economic slowdown in the country, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday withdrew his statement and clarified that he made the comment as he was in Mumbai, which is the film capital of India and "provides employment to lakhs of people and contributes significantly by way of taxes".

Venice presents plan to tackle climate change

COPENHAGEN:In a bid to save its heritage, the Italian city of Venice has presented a plan to tackle the effects of climate change, calling for responsible tourism at this years C40 World Mayors Summit in Copenhagen.

Rahul to kick-off poll campaign from Haryana on Oct 14

NEW DELHI:Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will kick-off the party's first poll campaign from Haryana's Nuh district on October 14.

Congress condemns IT raids on staff members

NEW DELHI:The Congress party on Saturday condemned the ongoing raids on its staff members.

Historic fall in India vehicles sales enters 11th month

NEW DELHI: Despite a 135 basis point rate cut since February and a number of measures announced by the Central government, including a sharp corporate tax cut, domestic vehicle sales plummeted for the 11th straight month in September.

Vehicles sales plummet for the 11th month in a row

NEW DELHI: Despite a 135 basis point rate cut since February and a number of measures announced by the central government including the corporate tax cut, vehicle sales plummeted for the 11th straight month.

Vehicles sales plummet for the 10th month in a row

NEW DELHI: Despite a 135 basis point rate cut since February and a number of measures announced by the central government including the corporate tax cut, vehicle sales plummeted for the tenth straight month

IT raids on Karnataka Cong leaders Parameshwara, Jalappa

BENGALURU: Teams of Income-Tax (I-T) Department sleuths searched properties of senior Congress leader G. Parameshwara for alleged tax evasion by education institutions owned by him and his family, an official said on Thursday.

Alka Tyagi who levelled serious charges against CBDT boss promoted

NEW DELHI: Days after her tiff with the CBDT chief made headlines, it has now emerged that the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer Alka Tyagi has been promoted to a higher rank and posted at the tax department's training academy in Nagpur.

Banks stump unions, to pay part wage arrears at 12% hike

CHENNAI: It's a Diwali bonanza for public sector bank (PSB) employees. Their accounts are being credited with part wage arrears even before the final agreement on the wage revision between the unions and the management.

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