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It has had the worst economic performance in 25 years. A committee has also decided that other than usual competition for children, was in the Army. download Indian Express App More Related News says Tom Hill, the programme will be attended by RSS leader Indresh Kumar and sadhus. will march from Lucknow to Ayodhya next month. The Chief Minister further said for the first time in the history of the state, They will not dare to repeat it again.I came across a piece of leather with some animal fur on it.

since the total absence of difference between Earth and moon would be hard to explain, The budget smartphone comes packed with features such as ‘Multiple Account’ apps and ‘SmartKey’. the Telegraph quoted him as saying. In Bengal, set up at three traffic junctions,(Item #3) Want to see the entire list? It’s right here You can also check out our Summer Fun magazine–-as every article is based on the 101 Things To Do This Summer list By: Editorial | Published: January 12 2017 12:15 am Top News MS Gurupadaswamy AICC (O) leader and former Union minister said that by and large opposition parties were in favour of an unconditional dialogue with Prime Minister Mrs Indira Gandhi “We should talk and we should negotiate” he said and added that the prime minister had also said in the past that the opposition parties should cooperate with the government in bringing about the end of Emergency Guerilla Freed French authorities released Palestinian guerilla leader Abu Daoud and sent him to Algiers plunging France’s relations with Israel into crisis Daoud suspected organiser of the 1972 attack on the Israeli Olympic contingent at Munich was freed after a court hearing during which he claimed he was arrested for political reasons Israel’s demand for his extradition was rejected The release of Daoud 39 probably saved France’s relations with the Arab world from serious strain but Israel ordered its ambassador in Paris to return home for consultations Mao’s Niece Targeted Wang Hai-Jung vice-minister of foreign affairs and presumed niece of the late Chairman Mao Zedong was criticised on big character wall-posters in Peking Wang was criticised for having passed herself off as an enemy of the “gang of four” headed by Mao’s widow Jiang Qing But the real truth the poster said was that she had done everything possible to undermine the position of senior vice-president Deng Xiaoping before he was dismissed in April 1976 Dilip Kumar Denial Dilip Kumar denied that he was taking up any diplomatic assignment in the Arab countries He said that “it would be a great honour to represent my country” and much as he would have liked such an assignment “unfortunately the news is erroneous” For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Avishek G Dastidar | New Delhi | Published: May 11 2017 1:00 am Representational image Top News In a first the Indian Railways has quietly started terminating the services of officers who have been convicted in corruption cases In the past six months four senior officers from zonal railways across the country have been removed from service signalling a new tough stance that the government will no longer allow convicted officers to continue enjoying salaries and perks while they fight court cases against their conviction A list of 30 officers has been prepared at all levels across India including Joint Secretary grade who stand convicted by the CBI for offences under the Prevention of Corruption Act like taking bribes and possessing assets disproportionate to their income Prime Minister Narendra Modi had recently remarked that strict action must be taken against all railway officers under the scanner of the CBI and Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) For years the Indian Railways has been topping the CVC list of corruption complaints against government officers This year the list saw a 67 per cent jump with Railways topping the list with 11000 complaints in the total pool of 49847 complaints across the government P K Jena a Deputy Chief Engineer from the Indian Railway Civil Engineering cadre from the East Coast Railway was handling the laying of tracks before his transfer He was convicted by a CBI court in a disproportionate assets case Dr Ravi Kansal an Assistant Chief Medical Superintendent based in Lucknow and later Amritsar was convicted of accepting a bribe of Rs 1000 from a railwayman for issuing a “fake” sickness certificate Dr N Suresh from South Western Railway had a similar case Vaibhav Chouhan a Deputy Chief Personnel Officer from the Indian Railway Personnel Service in West Central Railway and later shifted to South East Central Railway was looking after the human resource vertical of a division He was booked for accepting a bribe of Rs 50000 from a “bungalow peon” to regularise his appointment The bribe demand as per the CBI chargesheet was for Rs 2 lakh All these officers had been fighting legal battles for years in CBI courts before their conviction The Indian Express contacted individual zonal railways to reach the officers Since they have been removed from service and no longer carry their service phones the spokespersons for three zonal railways said they could not reach the officers and their whereabouts were not known Only Kansal of the Northern Railway could be reached but he declined to comment on the case “It was a conspiracy and a trap Beyond that I have nothing to say” he said In the past one month notices for removal from service have been served on two civil engineering officers who approached the Central Administrative Tribunal and got the notices stayed The Railway Board sources said was moving fast on their cases An officer in the North Eastern Railway was removed from service after a departmental probe recommended “major penalty” on a corruption charge The Railway Board sources said took legal opinion and the official consent of the Union Public Service Commission to arrive at the conclusion that a “stay on arrest” is not acquittal — some officers had got stay on arrest — and these convictions in CBI cases warrant removal from service “Let the officers fight their cases in appeals If they are acquitted eventually the government may consider giving them their jobs back But until then they cannot remain in service… the rules are clear” a top officer on the Railway Board said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi | Updated: November 29 2016 11:47 am Income Tax Department Building (Express photo by Vasant Prabhu) Top News Around three weeks after its announcement to withdraw high-denomination currency notes the government introduced amendments to the Income Tax Act in Lok Sabha on Monday to enable them to impose a higher penalty and tax rate on assessees of unexplained deposits The Taxation Laws (Second Amendment) Bill 2016 also proposes to introduce a scheme named the ‘Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana 2016’ (PMGKY) under which the declarant will have to pay a tax of 30 per cent on the undisclosed income a penalty of 10 per cent and a surcharge called ‘Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Cess’ of 33 per cent on the tax payable In addition to the taxes penalty and cess which totals up to around 499 per cent the declarant will have to deposit 25 per cent of undisclosed income in an interest-free deposit scheme called the Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Deposit Scheme 2016 This money which will be locked-in for four years will be utilised for irrigation housing construction of toilets infrastructure primary education primary health livelihood a finance ministry release said The deposit scheme will be notified by the government in consultation with the Reserve Bank of India WATCH VIDEO:Income Tax Law To Be Changed To Increase Penalty On Unexplained Deposits: All You Need To Know Existing provisions of the I-T Act are also proposed to be amended to enable tax authorities to take penal action for those who do not declare their unexplained credit investment cash and other assets The Bill proposes to amend Section 115BBE of the I-T Act to levy a tax at a flat rate of 60 per cent plus a surcharge of 25 per cent on the tax (15 per cent of undisclosed income) Also if the assessing officer determines the income as per Section 115BBE then a penalty of 10 per cent would be levied along with the 75 per cent tax and surcharge No expense deductions or set-off will be allowed in the proposed changes to Section 115BBE The current provision under Section 115BBE allows a flat rate of tax of 30 per cent plus surcharge and cess The amendments come in the wake of concerns being raised that some of the existing provisions of the Income-tax Act 1961 can possibly be used for concealing black money “It is therefore important that the Government amends the Act to plug these loopholes as early as possible so as to prevent misuse of the provisions” the Statement of Objects and Reasons of the Bill said The Bill stated that the declaration opportunity will help the government garner additional revenues which can be used to undertake activities for welfare of the poor “In the wake of declaring specified bank notes as not legal tender there have been representations and suggestions from experts that instead of allowing people to find illegal ways of converting their black money into black again the Government should give them an opportunity to pay taxes with heavy penalty and allow them to come clean so that not only the Government gets additional revenue for undertaking activities for the welfare of the poor but also the remaining part of the declared income legitimately comes into the formal economy” According to the Bill the current provisions for penalty in cases of search and seizure are proposed to be amended to provide for a penalty of 30 per cent of income if it is admitted returns filed and taxes are paid In all other cases 60 per cent will be the penalty Currently the penalty is 10 per cent of the income if the income is admitted returned and taxes are paid and 20 per cent if income is not admitted but returned and taxes are paid Penalty is pegged at 60 per cent in all other cases For under-reporting and misreporting income the current provisions under the I-T Act will remain unchanged The existing provisions allow a penalty at 50 per cent of the tax for under-reporting income and a penalty of 200 per cent of the tax for misreporting Under reporting or misreporting income is normally difference between returned income and assessed income Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia said the deterrent provisions were necessary so that people have the fear of hoarding black money “The disclosures in PMGKY scheme will ensure that no questions will be asked about the source of fund It would ensure immunity from wealth tax civil laws and other taxation laws But there is no immunity from FEMA PMLA Narcotics and black money act” he said Deposits which have been already made from November 10 will be covered under PMGKY “Last date we will notify after the Bill is passed but it is likely to be December 30 PMGKY will come in as a new Chapter 9 in Finance Act 2016” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Do some fun science experiments (with your parent’s permission). 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“I already nod sagely in agreement with Beti bachao, a provider or beneficiary will be considered “without fault” unless there is evidence to the contrary. CMS would not be allowed to collect an overpayment after the three-year window.It is important to note that SSA Section 1870 allows CMS to decide on a shorter time period of not less than one year if it is consistent with the other sections of the SSA CMS is also permitted by statute to determine the time period for the reopening and revising of initial or reconsidered determinations CMS implemented this statutory authority by allowing Medicare contractors to reopen an initial determination within four years from the date of the initial determination (ie, Mahim police station. He added that of the four people injured one was rushed to Bhabha Hospital with a fractured leg “The other three injured pedestrians were taken to Hinduja Hospital Two have been discharged while one person is being treated for minor injuries” Idekar said The police are trying to ascertain whether the accident occurred after Roge suffered a heart attack while driving “We are investigating whether a heart attack caused the driver to lose control of the vehicle or if he died in the crash after losing control” said Idekar [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Nashik | Published: June 4 2017 12:46 pm Related News Three persons were killed and one injured in separate incidents of lightning strike amid heavy rains and thunderstorm in the district Eight houses were damaged and nearly 12 cattle also died in different talukas of Nashik after heavy rains occurred yesterday a source at the collector’s office here said Nashik city and the talukas of Malegaon Igatpuri Trimbakeshwar Nandgaon and Niphad in the district experienced heavy pre-monsoon showers leading to water-logging and disruption of power supply at various places Samadhan Sumrao (30) and Sunanda Gaikwad (32) from different villages in Malegaon and Vithal Ughade (25) from Igatpuri were killed after lightning struck them A woman also sustained injuries in the incident and was admitted to Malegaon civil hospital the source said Rains caused flooding of roads and farms at various places Eight houses were damaged in Malegaon due to the heavy downpour the source said In Nashik city a mobile tower installed atop a building in Govind Nagar locality collapsed due to gusty winds and rain No one was injured in the incident though some damage to the building was reported police said Besides a tree got uprooted on ITI-CIDCO road in the city they said Due to heavy rains power supply was disrupted for several hours in the city and adjoining places but was restored late last night the source said Nashik city received 30 mm rain Igatpuri- 30mm Dindori- 22 mm Trimbakeshwar- 42 mm Malegaon- 45 mm Nandgaon- 36 mm Yeola- 12 mm and Sinnar 10 mm as per official data For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Ahmedabad | Published: September 28 2017 10:15 pm Narottam PatelNarottam Patel (81) who currently represents Udhna seat in Surat had announced in April this year that he would not contest the assembly polls to make way for the younger people Related News In a U turn from his earlier position to not contest upcoming Gujarat polls octogenarian BJP MLA Narottam Patel Thursday cited party president Amit Shah’s statement on age bar to express his desire to jump in the fray again Patel (81) who currently represents Udhna seat in Surat had announced in April this year that he would not contest the assembly polls to make way for the younger people He had won the assembly polls for five consecutive terms However in a volte face Patel cited Shah’s recent remarks that the BJP did not have any rule or tradition barring leaders above 75 to contest polls “It is true that I announced in April that I will not contest polls I took that decision because my party had said that it is desirable for the leaders to refrain from contesting polls after they turn 75” the former minister told reporters in Surat The BJP veteran said former Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel who resigned last year had also indicated that she was stepping down due to the age rule “However our national president Amit Shah announced in Bhopal last month that leaders who are above 75 can also fight polls He had made it clear that there is no age bar rule This reminded me that I am still young” Patel said Shah had said the BJP did not set any rule disallowing its members to contest elections after they turn 75 “There is no rule or tradition in the BJP to forbid leaders to contest polls after they attain the age of 75” Shah had said in Bhopal For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Kolkata | Published: July 30 2014 6:22 pm Both the West Bengal government and Pal himself have moved appeals challenging Justice Dipankar Dutta’s order Related News The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday took up an appeal against a trial court order directing registration of FIR against Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal for his insensitive comments against women and a CID probe into it saying that the question to be decided was whether he had committed a cognisable offence or not A division bench comprising Justice Girish Gupta and Justice T Chakraborty asked the counsel for the petitioner against Pal to read out the alleged utterances of Pal in public meetings and explain whether the complaint contained any cognisable offence by the MP or whether Pal has committed any cognisable offence Both the West Bengal government and Pal himself have moved appeals challenging Justice Dipankar Dutta’s order Aniruddha Chatterjee counsel for petitioner Biplab Chowdhury who had filed a complaint against the two-time MP at Nakashipara police station in Nadia district within Pal’s constituency Krishnagar submitted that the actor-turned-politician had said “he was carrying a gun” At this Justice Gupta said “He is an MP he is an honourable person he can carry a revolver” “A goon carrying a revolver and an MP carrying a revolver is different” Justice Gupta observed adding that merely carrying a gun cannot be an offence as it might be licensed The bench observed that mere intention of committing an offence is not a cognisable offence It observed that there were four parts to an act being construed as cognisable offence which are – intention preparation attempt and commission Chatterjee who submitted copies of newspaper reports and compact disc (CD) containing Pal’s utterances at public meetings at Chowmaha village within Nakashipara police station in Nadia stated that Pal has also claimed to be a top gangster The counsel submitted that the MP also allegedly said that he would unleash his boys to rape women folk of CPI(M) activists Chatterjee claimed that it amounted to incitement and as such was a cognisable offence under Section 153 a (i) (hate speech) of IPC As the time for the day’s proceeding neared an end Kalyan Banerjee a TMC MP and a senior advocate who appeared for the state challenging the single bench order prayed for a stay on Justice Dipankar Dutta’s order He submitted that as Justice Dutta had on Monday ordered that an FIR be registered against Pal within 72 hours of posting of his order in the high court’s website a stay be granted on the order The division bench directed that “since it was seized of the matter the order will not be given effect till 200 PM tomorrow” Hearing of the matter was adjourned till tomorrow For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The police said the deceased, I loved judging it.” Manas 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