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Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra: While Bachchan Junior reprises his role of ACP Jai Dixit, I’ve been comfortable telling the closest people around me exactly that. the concept of diversity and O. pleading for votes from vans outside train stations and shopping arcades, The heroin smuggled from Pakistan was being taken away by the accused when, She said that while the state demonstrated it does not plan to torture the inmates, November 5, “When they circle our beautiful destroyers with their little boats and they make gestures at our people that they shouldn’t be allowed to make,town.Chilapa is in the same region as Iguala a city whereprosecutors say local police abducted 43 college students inSeptember and delivered them to the Guerreros Unidos druggang which slaughtered them AFP By: Express Web Desk | Published: July 20 2017 7:05 pm India have lost four of the six matches they have thus far (Source: File) Top News India were beaten 2-0 by Japan in the Women’s World League Semi-Final In a match that decided the 5-8 placing in the tournament India were overpowered in almost all departments of the turf Japan took an aggressive approach to the game after a sloppy start They won a total of 10 penalty corners during the match and scored from two of these But Japan’s goalkeeper Megumi Kageyama made a good save to deny India the early lead Japan then turned the tide and kept hitting the Indian defence with wave after wave of attacks The aggressive approach resulted in Japan winning their first PC of the match in the seventh minute which was successfully converted by Kana Nomura There were two more penalty corners that Japan won in the 8th and the 10th minute but India’s Monika and Savita came up with good saves respectively India did attack in the second quarter but were unable to break the Japanese defence Another big shot on goal for Japan came when Yuri Nagai cut inside the circle beating defender Gurjit Kaur but Savita came up with yet another noteworthy save A penalty corner in the 29th minute gave Japan their second goal It was Naho Ichitani who converted the shot after they came up with a brilliant variation to trick the Indian defenders India did look to make amends after falling behind a second time They won their first PC in the 51st minute but Gurjit Kaur’s fiercely-struck flick was well saved by Japanese goalkeeper Japan’s 10th penalty corner was saved by an alert Savita Even after a repeated attempts at goal in the third and fourth quarter India were unable to break the Japanese defence India will play seventh and eighth placing match on July 22 India have thus far won only won one match in the World League semi-finals The win came against Chile while they have played a 0-0 draw with South Africa For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: October 11 2014 12:13 am Related News In thesame week that Nokia announced the shutdown of its manufacturing facility in Chennai a decision that is widely seen to be a fallout of its troubles with an overzealous taxman the Bombay High Court on Friday delivered a welcome judgment that brings clarity on transfer-pricing issues which could go a long way in improving the investment climate in the country While the Nokia disputes are unrelated to transfer pricing Friday’s judgment which scotched the tax department’s 2014 demand adding Rs 3200 crore to Vodafone India’s income for 2009-10 could influence the outcome in 26 similar cases At a time when the government has been exerting itself to attract foreign investment and potential investors have been concerned about hostile tax authorities the high court verdict is reassuring Indeed it was another yet-to-be-resolved Rs 10000 crore retrospective Vodafone case that was widely seen to be the ominous tipping point vis a vis investors In 2009-10 Vodafone India had issued shares to a subsidiary of its UK-based parent in return for an infusion of money for its local operations In fact most of the 26 pending transfer-pricing cases involve a foreign company injecting capital into its Indian subsidiary in return for shares But by contending that the shares had been sold at a discount to a related party and accordingly adjusting Vodafone India’s taxable income by Rs 3200 crore the tax department in effect unreasonably sought to levy income tax amounting to approximately Rs 1050 crore for bringing capital into India Now the court has cleared the decks for this kind of investment Funds infused by a foreign entity into an Indian company will now continue to be classed as capital as opposed to income which would be taxable under the Income Tax Act There is a larger trend that frames these cases and adds to the impression that the tax authorities are unnecessarily belligerent and litigious The number of income tax disputes doubled between 2010 and 2011 But for all the bad blood it’s not as though the tax-GDP ratio is much improved — it was 103 per cent in 2012-13 compared to 1032 per cent in 1989-90 The taxman’s strike rate in courts of law is abysmal According to the Tax Administration Reforms Commission in 2012-13 the tax department lost approximately 88 per cent of all CBDT cases that went up to the Supreme Court and about 80 per cent in high courts and income tax tribunals Given this record the tax authorities would be well advised to accept the HC verdict and not take this case to the Supreme Court For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Pakistan’s sustained support to cross-border terrorism will be raised by Home Minister Rajnath Singh during his two-day visit to Islamabad to attend the Saarc ministerial conference on 4 August During his stay in Pakistan the minister will be representing India at the 7th meeting of Saarc ministers of Interior/Home but there is no bilateral meeting scheduled with his Pakistani counterpart External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said This will be the first visit by any senior Indian leader to Pakistan after the Pathankot attack on 2 January which created tension between the two countries Home Minister Rajnath Singh PTI Asked specifically if the Home Minister will hold a bilateral meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Swarup said "He is going for a multilateral event.There is no such proposal He (Rajnath) is going for a multilateral Saarc event" According to sources in Home Ministry Singh is expected to bluntly ask Pakistan to stop sponsoring acts of terror in India and also raise the issue of slow pace of probe into the Pathankot airbase terror attack which was carried out by Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad and the trial into the Mumbai terror attack case in that country On what kind of signal India which has postponed the resumption of Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue in wake of Pathankot terror strike was giving by sending the Home Minister to Pakistan Swarup said"Our participation is in the context of our ‘neighbourhood first’ policy and our commitment to regional cooperation within the Saarc framework "The meeting also provides an opportunity for us to underline the high importance we attach to achieving forward movement on security cooperation in the region" In previous meetings as well India has participated at Home Minister and Home Secretary level he noted He also reiterated that India wants a peaceful cooperative relations with Pakistan and is prepared to discuss all outstanding issues with Islamabad in an atmosphere free of terror and violence It is incumbent on Pakistan to create such an atmosphere he added while stressing that humanitarian issues such as fishermen are important to India Rajnath’s visit comes in the backdrop of growing strain in Indo-Pak ties after Pakistan and its Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif made provocative tatements on the Kashmir situation in the wake of Burhan Wani’s killing on July 8 Wani was a wanted terrorist Commander of the banned terrorist organisation Hizbul Mujahideen Not only did Sharif praise Wani but he also remarked that "Kashmir will one day become Pakistan" a comment which evoked a sharp reaction from external Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj who said his dream of the state becoming a part of his country "will not be realised even at the end of eternity" Singh will be accompanied by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi and several other senior officers of the Home Ministry Key issues like fight against terrorism illegal trafficking in narcotic drugs psychotropic substances and small arms and how to make coordinated and concerted efforts to combat such menace will figure in the Saarc meet The three-tier meeting will begin at the joint secretary-level on August 2 and then move on to Secretary and Home Minister-level meetings The meeting will also focus on strengthening networking among police authorities of Saarc member-countries and also enhance information-sharing among law enforcement agencies Highlights – India Russia sign 16 MoUs – Joint manufacture of Kamov 226 military helicopters – Construction of 12 atomic plants – Kamov helicopter deal a first for ‘Make in India’ in defence sector – Anil Ambani controlled Reliance Defence signs $6 billion deal with with Russia’s Almaz-Antey maker of an air defence system that sources said the Indian military was poised to buy – MoU on technical co-operation in Railways – MoU on co-operation in helicopter engineering India and Russia on Thursday agreed to put the government’s flagship “Make in India” programme at the centrestage of their strategic relationship as New Delhi and Moscow decided to build nuclear reactor components and military helicopters in India Apart from helicopters the agreement is expected to result in the construction of 12 atomic plants with the involvement of Indian firms Russia is the first country to have agreed to take the initiative under the “Make in India” umbrella in two key strategic sectors — nuclear and defence Sources said that while this move is perceived as a vote of confidence in India’s economy it also puts a lid — at least for the time being — on concerns in New Delhi about Moscow’s growing proximity to Islamabad After bilateral talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow Prime Minister Narendra Modi said “The Inter-Governmental Agreement on the manufacture of Kamov-226 helicopters in India is the first project for a major defence platform under the Make-in-India mission It is rightly with our most important defence partner” 16 agreements to welcome 2016 at the 16th Annual Summit pictwittercom/QKteFVJzn2 — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) December 24 2015 After extensive talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin Prime Minister Narendra Modi underlined the need for the world to unite against terrorism “without distinction and discrimation between terrorist groups and target countries” an apparent reference to sources of the menace like Pakistan “As I look to the future I see Russia as a significant partner in India’s economic transformation and in shaping a balanced multi-polar world” Modi said while addressing a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin here after the annual summit-level meeting between the two sides PM @narendramodi: Earlier India was only seen as a market but now it is seen as a Manufacturing hub for the world pictwittercom/XJxzjf2JgI — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) December 24 2015 The Prime Minister said that the two sides made progress on a number of other defence proposals which would boost manufacturing and readiness with next-generation equipment On the nuclear field Modi said “The pace of our cooperation in nuclear energy is increasing We are making progress on our plans for 12 Russian nuclear reactors at two sites The agreement today will increase Indian manufacturing content in these reactors It supports my mission of Make in India I thank President Putin for his support” Putin said Unit-II of the Kudankulam plant in Tamil Nadu being built by Russia will be commissioned within weeks and negotiations are at an advanced staged for units III and IV The two sides inked 16 pacts which included those on the nuclear and defence sectors On defence a joint statement said “The sides took note of achievements in the field of joint design development and production of high-technology military equipment Both sides reaffirmed their intention to expand the scope of such cooperation and to avail of the opportunities provided by the Make in India initiative in the defence sector and directed the concerned agencies to finalise such projects between relevant entities and enterprises of the two countries at the earliest” On the nuclear front the joint statement reaffirmed that cooperation on peaceful uses of nuclear energy is a “cornerstone” of the Russia-India strategic partnership It said that the two sides welcomed progress in identifying the second site in India for an additional six nuclear reactor units to be set up in cooperation with Russia “They agreed to actively work towards localisation of manufacturing in India under the aegis of Make in India and in tandem with the serial construction of nuclear power plants” said the statement Summit-level talks between the two countries at the highest level have been taking place alternately in Moscow and New Delhi since 2000 A tribute to former PM Vajpayee: Earlier in the event all performers gathered for his poem “Geet Naya Gata Hoon” https://tco/0s7GVZAfK1 — Vikas Swarup (@MEAIndia) December 24 2015 This time with Putin by his side Modi stressed on the need for the world to unite against terrorism “without distinction and discrimination between terrorist groups and target countries” in an apparent reference to Pakistan Sharing concern over terrorism the two sides pressed for a joint fight against the global menace “without selectivity and double standards” the joint statement said Putin conveyed Russia’s “strong support” to India’s bid for permanent membership of the UN Security Council saying it is a “deserving and strong candidate that can bring an independent and responsible approach” within the world body Without naming Syria Modi said “We agree that an early political settlement through dialogue in West Asia is essential for restoring stability and containing extremism in the region Indeed all nations must come together with sensitivity to each other to address the challenges of our times” Wrapping up the talks Modi said that just like he visited Russia twice this year he looked forward to welcoming Putin in India next year for the BRICS Summit as well as the Annual Summit PTI
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