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please write to Senior Editor Amitabh Sinha,December last.In a statement to the media today the Ministry of External Affairs said “Informed of this development and matter has been taken up with Chinese Government” READ MORE JeM chief Masood Azhar HSBC ICIJ list: Income Tax department detects Rs 16200 cr black money Over Rs 16200 crore in black money has been detected by the government after investigations on global leaks about Indians stashing funds abroad Parliament was informed on Tuesday “As a result of systematic investigations undisclosed income of about Rs 8200 crore (including protective assessment of income of Rs 1497 crore) has been brought to tax in last about 2 years on account of deposits made in unreported foreign bank accounts in HSBC “Further about Rs 8000 crore of credits in the undisclosed foreign accounts of Indians whose names were disclosed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) have been detected” Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha READ MORE Shashi Tharoor in Lok Sabha: No positive impact of demonetisation on economy Congress MP Shashi Tharoor (PTI Photo) Attacking the government over demonetisation Congress leader Shashi Tharoor Tuesday said there has been no positive impact on the economy due to note ban Speaking in Lok Sabha after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s fiery speech earlier in the day in the House Tharoor said “Even the RBI has said that demonetisation did not bring the change as promised by the government” READ MORE Big blow to Vijay Mallya Karnataka HC orders winding up of UBHL Vijay Mallya (File photo) In a big blow to liquor baron Vijay Mallya the Karnataka High Court on Tuesday ordered the winding up of United Breweries (Holdings) Ltd (UBHL) the parent company of UB Group for recovering dues payable by the UBHL-promoted defunct Kingfisher Airlines Limited “This court has come to a conclusion that the respondent company UBHL deserves to be wound up for failure to discharge their duties to pay up their creditors” Justice Vineet Kothari said in his order allowing petitions by banks and aircaft lessors READ MORE For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Aditi Raja | Vadodara | Updated: September 23 2016 2:42 am Two hydraulic machines level the Sulemani Chawl plot where the VMC has granted permission to hold garba (Express Photo by Bhupendra Rana) Top News In the sensitive old city area of Vadodara two hydraulic excavators Thursday continued to level the plot where Sulemani Chawl once stood before it was razed by the civic authorities in June The plot which is also the location of Masjid-e-Raza will host its first event — a nine-day garba celebration — since the demolition of around 300 clustered homes a majority of which belonged to Muslim families Nod for the garba event by the Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC) has kicked up a storm after the civic body rejected the request from the displaced families from Sulemani Chawl — some of whom still await rehabilitation — to allow tazia processions during the Islamic month of Muharram on the same plot Both Navratri and Muharram begin on October 1 Watch what else is making news In support of their decision VMC officials said the request for allowing the plot for garba came first (on Monday) while the Muslims sought the ground for tazia on Thursday The Land and Estate Department of the VMC has granted permission to around 22 garba events on corporation land including Sulemani Chawl “We have granted permission to 22 garbas on open plots in the possession of the civic corporation including the Sulemani Chawl plot at Panigate” Land and Estate Officer (Acquisition-administration Commercial) Mahesh Parnami told The Indian Express The garba on the Sulemani Chawl plot has been organised by BJP worker and advocate Vibhuti Vyas “I am organising garba at the Sulemani Chawl plot and I am joined by like-minded friends from the Muslim community This will be one-of-its-kind event in which the Hindus and the Muslims will participate together The two communities have been living in harmony in this area for several years and this garba will symbolise their unity” she said Vyas said the Muslims joining her in organising the event were “not exactly” the residents of the erstwhile chawl “I have formed a group of Muslim women and they have joined the committee that will organise this event They are not those people who have lived in Sulemani Chawl but our garba is open to all We welcome the Muslims to perform aarti with us” she said However former residents of now-demolished chawl were unhappy after the VMC declined their request to allow them the plot for observing the month-long mourning during Muharram Nazir Shaikh who used to live in Sulemani Chawl said “We had approached the VMC seeking permission to hold Muharram rituals on the plot beginning October 1 Since we have traditionally observed our rituals 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For all the latest India News, Faridabad,1 times less pigment on average. Serve warm (some like it cold as well, (PTI) Launching a full-frontal attack against the Badals for failing to act against the drug problem ailing in Punjab,Rahul Gandhi declared that Captain Amarinder Singh as Congress’ chief ministerial candidate “Guru Nanak said ‘everything is yours nothing is mine’ and the Akali Dal says ‘everything is mine” said Rahul addressing an election rally on Majithia “After Badals came to power in Punjab they took everything — Punjab’s water energy and resources and divided amongst themselves and left nothing for the people of Punjab”the Congress vice-president claimed President accepts Shanmuganathan resignation appoints Banwarilal Purohit as Gov of Meghalaya Meghalaya Governor V Shanmuganathan (File Photo) President Pranab Mukherjee accepted the resignation of V Shanmuganathan as Governor and gave Assam Governor Banwarilal Purohit additional charge of Meghalaya On Wednesday 80 employees of the Shillong Raj Bhavan wrote to the President and Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking his removal His “activities” the letter alleged “seriously compromised the dignity” of Raj Bhavan converting it into a “young ladies’ club” causing “severe humiliation mental stress and torture” to employees shunting out other employees and bringing in “only the young girls” Man attacks Hijab-clad Muslim airline employee at JFK says Trump will get rid of you all People hold signs during a Women’s March protest (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) A US man Robin Rhodes attacked a Muslim airline employee Rabeeya Khan who wears a hijab at New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport allegedly kicking and shouting obscenities at her while she was sitting on her office anofficial informed? Trump has said in the past that, 2014 5:25 pm Related News Special CBI Court of Judicial Magistrate, Hall Render assists clients in successful evaluation and negotiation of PILOT agreements with state and local governments. astronauts wouldn’t climb aboard until 2021— at best. given the risk.

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