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Secrecy smashed, says Jaitley, orders action; all to be probed, says tax chief

The multi-agency group probing the Panama Papers will be reconstituted to monitor a probe and take 'switft action; on paradise Papers which oncover financial holdings abroad that list a number of Indian entitles, the Finance Ministry said today.

Tax compliance better, more funds for banks

A year after the demonetisation of rs 500 and 1000 currency notes, the government has made some clear gains: an improvement in the level of voluntary tax compliance and the stage being set for infusing funds into the country's loss laden banking system.

China objects to Sitharaman's Arunachal visit

China Monday criticised Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's maiden visit to Arunachal Pradesh, saying her tour of the 'disputed area' is not conducive to peace in the frontier region and asked New Delhi to create an 'enabling environemnt' to resolve the border row.

India pushes developed countries to deliver

Fiji set the stage for the fresh edition of the climate change conference on Monday, urging the world to commit itself to a 1.5 degree celcius limit on global warming, rather than a two-degree target, as it moves towards finalising the rulebook for the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement.

Sharma beings Kashmir talks, meets 13 delegations on Day 1

On the first day of his visit to kashmir on Monday, the Centre's special representative to J&K Dineshwar harma met about 40 people from 13 delegations at HariNiwas in Srinagar amid tight security.

Secrecy smashed, says Jaitley, orders action; all to be probed, says tax chief

The multi-agency group probing the Panama Papers will be reconstituted to monitor a probe and take 'switft action; on paradise Papers which oncover financial holdings abroad that list a number of Indian entitles, the Finance Ministry said today.

Tax compliance better, more funds for banks

A year after the demonetisation of rs 500 and 1000 currency notes, the government has made some clear gains: an improvement in the level of voluntary tax compliance and the stage being set for infusing funds into the country's loss laden banking system.

China objects to Sitharaman's Arunachal visit

China Monday criticised Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman's maiden visit to Arunachal Pradesh, saying her tour of the 'disputed area' is not conducive to peace in the frontier region and asked New Delhi to create an 'enabling environemnt' to resolve the border row.

India pushes developed countries to deliver

Fiji set the stage for the fresh edition of the climate change conference on Monday, urging the world to commit itself to a 1.5 degree celcius limit on global warming, rather than a two-degree target, as it moves towards finalising the rulebook for the landmark 2015 Paris Agreement.

Sharma beings Kashmir talks, meets 13 delegations on Day 1

On the first day of his visit to kashmir on Monday, the Centre's special representative to J&K Dineshwar harma met about 40 people from 13 delegations at HariNiwas in Srinagar amid tight security.

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