They put the money in over two dozen foreign accounts and purchased multiple immovable assets in countries such as Malaysia, the United Kingdom and Spain among others, according to the ED.Get access to India's fastest growing financial subscriptions service Moneycontrol Pro for as little as Rs 599 for first year. Use the code "GETPRO". Moneycontrol Pro offers you all the information you need for wealth creation including actionable investment ideas, independent research and insights & analysis For more information, check out the Moneycontrol website or mobile app. … [Read more...] about INX Media PMLA case: ED questions Karti Chidambaram again
But an indoors grand slam looks some distance away, although McEnroe favours the idea. “It (an indoors grand slam) would be a tremendous addition to the sport,” said McEnroe on the call. How about a ‘best-of-3 sets’ to help the players in case the smoke gets too much? “I don’t see that happening. The grand slams, three of the four, have already introduced tie-breaks in the final set; I can’t figure out why the French Open hasn’t still done it. So that has shortened the matches a bit. But the top men’s players, I don’t think they would like the idea of best-of-3 sets; a best-of-5 set scenario decreases the chances of something bad happening to them,” said McEnroe. … [Read more...] about Australian Open: Serena’s record pursuit and an aging Federer’s search for crowning glory
“It is a great endorsement of the increasing appeal of Indian football and for all football fans in India, this is a moment to take pride in our football, our culture and the opportunity we present to the world in developing the sport. The power and potential of our youth makes India the most exciting global opportunity in the world today, in every field, and especially in sport,” she elaborated. … [Read more...] about Manchester City owners acquire ISL team Mumbai City FC
The BJP’s strategy is likely to be to attack the AAP for joining hands with the Congress and bring back the taint of anti-Sikh pogrom of 1984 to tarnish the AAP by association. It is a somewhat farfetched and tenuous link to establish, but given the widespread popularity of the AAP in Delhi, the BJP and the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) are likely to use the report to the hilt to further their chances in the elections. … [Read more...] about Politics | The Dhingra report on 1984 riots and its effect on Delhi elections
In this context, India’s options are limited, both at national and at international levels. In one view, India should continue to work for a strong and robust multilateralism and bring in other developing countries, particularly those committed for South-South cooperation in the ambit of strong multilateral and liberal global trade order. India’s proposal for the WTO reforms should be widely shared for larger public debate. Apart from the South, probably Japan, Australia and the European Union (EU) may also provide support in this endeavour. … [Read more...] about Trade | How real is the truce in the US-China trade war?