Forced to choose between communalists and criminals as their netas, Bihar voters get played by cunning secularists
The choice of Bihar Mahagathbandhan candidates for Darbhanga, Madhubani and Siwan Lok Sabha seats raises questions about the ‘secularism’ practised by non-BJP parties and the responses to it by Muslim voters
Money stashed by Indians in Swiss banks swells by 50%: Narendra Modi's promise on black money suffers setback
In 2015, the money held by Indians in Swiss banks had fallen by nearly one-third to CHF 1,217.6 million (over Rs 8,000 crore). Prior to that, these funds fell by 10 percent to CHF 1.8 billion in 2014, after a rise of 43 percent in 2013 to CHF 2.03 billion, the report added.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is owner of world's most expensive home in Versailles
With Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman currently spearheading an anti-corruption probe, reports have emerged that he is the owner of a $300 million chateau near Versailles, France
France has openly called for an “equalisation tax” on the turnover of digital companies, aimed at levelling up the amount of tax they pay on their earnings.
The US lawmakers are also eyeing new regulations for social media firms in the wake of Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 US election.
The revelations in "Paradise Papers" of how the super rich stash their wealth abroad "effectively debunks the myth of the Modi government's fight against black money", the CPM has said.
Brazilian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton aims to bring back focus on track after being named in Paradise Papers
Hamilton has denied allegations of tax avoidance following the release of the so-called Paradise Papers, but remains engulfed in the controversy.
Shakira transferred 30 million pounds in musical rights to an offshore firm in Malta but her lawyer maintains all legal requirements have been met.
Paradise Papers reveal 714 Indians on tax haven list: How corporations, politicians and celebs stash wealth
The government has directed that investigation in cases of Paradise Papers will be monitored by a re-constituted MAG, headed by the Chairman CBDT
Arun Jaitley said he would not comment on individual cases in the Paradise Papers leaks as there was a legal process in place to find out if accounts were legal or not
'Rich individuals will do anything to not pay taxes': How leaders, corporations across the world reacted to Paradise Papers leak
Revelations of the Paradise Papers, a leak of financial documents and an probe into offshore and banking assets, has caused ripples throughout the world.
According to The Indian Express, Amitabh Bachchan is one of the Indians figuring in the 'Paradise Papers', an investigation into offshore and banking assets carried out by the newspaper with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
Paradise Papers reveal Formula One champ Lewis Hamilton evaded taxes on private jet with elaborate scheme
Paradise Papers allege accountancy firm EY and Appleby — the Bermuda-based law firm at the centre of the leaks — assisted Hamilton and dozens of other clients in setting up seemingly artificial leasing businesses to get multi-million-pound VAT rebates.
Paradise Papers: European Union shocked over revelations, urges member states to adopt tax haven blacklist
The European Union on Monday denounced the "shocking" revelations on the way top companies and dignitaries, including Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, avoid taxes using offshore wealth hubs.
The ICIJ said the 'Paradise Papers' reveal the offshore activities of some of the world's most powerful people and companies
Russian politicians on Monday downplayed leaks in the Paradise Papers concerning Russian officials and state companies, insisting the deals were legal and not politically motivated.
Paradise Papers leaked highlights: EU to discuss blacklisting tax havens; In India, multi-agency panel will probe those named
Some of the revelations in the Paradise Papers include millions of pounds from Queen Elizabeth II's private estate that has been invested in a Cayman Islands fund and some of her money that went to a retailer accused of exploiting poor families and vulnerable people.
Sebi will coordinate with other regulators and govt agencies, while information would be sought from foreign regulators if required
Paradise Papers: Appleby, the offshore legal advice and services firm that's at the centre of the media probe
The company helps the rich and wealthy to avoid taxes, hide names and even supply directors for shell companies.
Former Pakistan prime minister Shaukat Aziz has been named in the Paradise Papers, a fresh leak of financial documents revealing how the powerful and wealthy secretly invested vast amounts of money in offshore tax havens.