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RBI closely watching black <strong>money</strong> probe against HSBC

RBI closely watching black money probe against HSBC

26 Feb 2015

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank on Thursday said it is keeping a close watch on global banking major HSBC, which is facing multi-nation probe including by Indian tax authorities for alleged tax evasion and money laundering at its Swiss units.

Reserve Bank of India,   HSBC,   RBI,   black money probe,   alleged tax evasion,   money laundering,  
Sebi bars Tribhuvan Agro Project from raising public <strong>money</strong>

Sebi bars Tribhuvan Agro Project from raising public money

26 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Market regulator Sebi has barred Kolkata-based Tribhuvan Agro Project and its directors from mobilising funds from public through issuance of securities with immediate effect.

sebi,  Tribhuvan Agro Project,   public money,  
40 <strong>students</strong> ill after eating mid-day meal in Odisha school

40 students ill after eating mid-day meal in Odisha school

26 Feb 2015

Kendrapara: At least 40 students of government-run Udayabata Upper Primary school at a village fell ill after allegedly eating a mid-day meal here, officials said on Thursday.

mid day meal,   Udayabata Upper Primary school,   students ill,   Bhagabanpur village,   Odisha,   food poisoning,  
<strong>Money</strong> laundering case: ED attaches assets worth Rs 232 crore of Jagan, others

Money laundering case: ED attaches assets worth Rs 232 crore of Jagan, others

26 Feb 2015

Hyderabad: Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached assets worth over Rs 232 crore in connection with its money laundering probe against YSR Congress chief Jagan Mohan Reddy and former BCCI top boss N Srinivasan in the alleged quid—pro—quo and illegal investments case between the business entities of the two and few others.

Enforcement Directorate,   Money laundering case,   YSR Congress,   Jagan Mohan Reddy,  
Demands in Lok Sabha for total abolition of child labour

Demands in Lok Sabha for total abolition of child labour

25 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Total abolition of child labour, strict monitoring on the issue of BPL cards and doing away with the mandatory use of iodised salt were among several issues raised during Zero Hour in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.

Child Labour,   BPL cards,   Iodised salt,   Zero Hour,   Lok Sabha,   AAP,   AIADMK,  
Arunachal <strong>students</strong> to get scholarships by direct bank transfer

Arunachal students to get scholarships by direct bank transfer

18 Feb 2015

Itanagar: Union Tribal Affairs Minister Jual Oram said that post-matric scholarship to the tribal students of Arunachal would be directly transferred to their accounts.

Tribal Affairs Minister,   Jual Oram,   Tribal students,   Student scholarship,   Arunachal students,  
HSBC's India headcount up by 1,000; US staff size down

HSBC's India headcount up by 1,000; US staff size down

24 Feb 2015

London: At the centre of a probe into black money allegedly stashed by Indians in Swiss banks, global banking giant HSBC increased its headcount in India by 1,000 last year to 32,000 -- the second highest after the UK.

HSBC,   US staff,   global banking giant,   Swiss banks,   black money,  
Government committed to effectively deal with black <strong>money</strong>: Pranab Mukherjee

Government committed to effectively deal with black money: Pranab Mukherjee

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The government is committed to take all possible measures to stop generation of black money by putting in place legislative and administrative frameworks, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Monday.

NDA government,   black money issue,   Pranab Mukherjee,   President of India,   black money India,  
Budget: Finance Minister may announce important policy plans to combat black <strong>money</strong> issue

Budget: Finance Minister may announce important policy plans to combat black money issue

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is likely to announce policy initiatives on some of the key recommendations made by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on black money to combat the menace of illicit funds, stashed within the country and overseas, when he presents the Budget on February 28.

Budget Session,   Budget Session 2015,   Budget 2015,   black money issue,   black money India,   Special Investigation Team,   SIT,  
Stress can make you poorer: Study

Stress can make you poorer: Study

20 Feb 2015

London: Stress can make people with high level of anxiety poorer by denting their confidence to compete, suggests a new study.The findings suggest that stress can even be a cause of social inequality rather than just a consequence of it.

Stress,   Poor,   anxiety,   confidence,   money,  

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