Biggest data leak reveals trails of Indian corporates in global secret tax havens
After Panama, Paradise papers: Two days before Anti-Black Money Day, a new treasure trovw of papers on offshore finances of the global rice and powerful.
Putting Gurgaon on track
Underneath the apartment complexes and skyscrapers that dot thhe Gurgaon skyline is a transport system that hs struggled to keep pace with the city's growth story. But a study by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation, identifying two possible Metro routes to ease the burden on roads, could change that.
Deregistered firms deposited Rs 17,000 crore post note ban
Cash deposits worth over Rs 17,000 crore were made and later withdrawn pose demonetisation by as many as 35,000 companies, which are now deregistered, the finance ministry said in a statement on Sunday.
In Japan, Trump ramps up rhetoric against North Korea
US President Donald Trump ramped up his tough rhetoric against North Korea when he arrived in japan on Sunday, saying that the US and its allies are prepared to defend freedom and that 'no dictator' should underestimate US resolve.