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Sep 21, 2017
European Commission may seek to implement tax reforms to raise more revenue from tech companiesThe commission on 21 September outlined three options for taxes aimed at internet companies that could be agreed upon relatively quickly at the EU level.
Sep 20, 2017
Cairn Energy says final arbitration hearing in Rs 10,247 cr tax dispute case in Aug 2018Cairn initiated arbitration against the government using a new law that gave it powers to impose taxes retrospectively, to slap a tax demand of Rs 10,247 crore on a decade old internal reorganisation of its India unit
Sep 15, 2017
Doka La standoff: Japan should not get involved in India-China border disputes, says BeijingChina on Friday said no third party should get involved in the India-China boundary dispute, reference to Japan's plans to invest in Indian state Arunachal Pradesh
Sep 14, 2017
McDonald's India row: Setback for Vikram Bakshi as arbitration court asks him to sell CPRL stakeThe arbitration panel has asked Bakshi to transfer his 1,45,600 shares in the 50:50 joint venture Connaught Plaza Restaurant Ltd (CPRL) to McDonald's India
Sep 11, 2017
Ayodhya land dispute: SC asks Allahabad High Court to appoint new observers within 10 daysThe Supreme Court on Monday asked the chief justice of Allahabad High Court to appoint new observers within 10 days in the Ayodhya land dispute matter.
Sep 02, 2017
US planning more regular South China Sea patrols to assert freedom of navigation: ReportThe Pentagon is planning to conduct more regular patrols in the South China Sea — as many as two to three a month — to assert freedom of navigation in disputed waters claimed by China, <em>the Wall Street Journal</em> reported.
Aug 28, 2017
Oppo and Vivo recall 400 Chinese expats due to fall in smartphone sales and high hostilityThe recalls are likely to be made from main subsidiaries of the two Chinese smartphone companies as well.
Aug 22, 2017
From Tatas to Infosys: Between founders and boards is a battle of aspirations, regulation is no solutionCreating an advisory board consisting of founders and independent experts could be a way forward, ensuring that no interference on day-to-day matters
Aug 21, 2017
Scuffle in Ladakh: Beijing claims Indian soldiers started trouble, injured Chinese soldiersChina on Monday blamed Indian troops for a scuffle between the two Armies in Ladakh sector
Aug 16, 2017
Pakistan prime minister slams India's 'expansionist designs' in Independence Day address: Full text of speechPakistan prime minister Shahid Abbas Khaqqan on Monday trained his guns on India over its "expansionist designs" in South Asia, and said that New Delhi was the "main hurdle" in constructive relations between the two neighbours.