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the “semi-bullet” Gatimaan Express, which may or may not be magnetoreceptors. up to 1000 kilometers away. Naturally,s contention that tourists brought in drugs to the state,blast injuring him on his leg, the SP said.Soon after getting information of the incident reinforcement was rushed to the spot and the injured were taken to a local hospital he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANANTHAKRISHNAN G | New Delhi | Updated: July 17 2017 10:10 pm The Centre said opening another window for depositing demonetised notes will “defeat the very object of demonetisation and elimination of black money” (Representational Image) Related News A fortnight after the Supreme Court asked the Centre to consider granting a window to those who have not been able to deposit demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes due to “genuine reasons” the Centre on Monday said this will “defeat the very object of demonetisation and elimination of black money” “If a window is opened for further period persons who are in possession of the Specified Bank Notes (SBNs) would have had sufficient time and opportunity to carefully plan the reasons and excuses for not depositing the SBNs within the permitted period which was till December 30 2016” the Union Finance Ministry said in an additional affidavit filed in the Supreme Court on Monday “Any number of benami transactions and user proxies for the purpose of producing and depositing SBNs would then arise… the departments would have great difficulty in deciding any genuine case from the numerous bogus ones” said the document which includes a detailed list of the various “malpractices” that came to light post-demonetisation The affidavit was filed in response to a query from the court earlier this month The court on July 4 gave the Centre and Reserve Bank of India two weeks time to consider granting a window for “genuine reasons” “You (Centre) cannot be allowed to deprive a person of his money if he couldn’t deposit it due to some genuine problems Consider giving a window to a genuine problem What if someone is terminally ill and couldn’t deposit the money” a bench of Chief Justice of India Justice J S Khehar and Justice D Y Chandrachud had said The court was hearing petitions challenging the government’s notification which disallowed people from depositing old notes after a prescribed time In its affidavit the Finance Ministry said that a window of 51 days barring closed bank holidays was provided for exchanging old currency Unlike in 1978 when there were only six days During this time anyone could have deposited the notes in their possession either in person or through their authorised agents said the government citing clause 2 of the November 8 notification which permitted deposit of the SBNs through third-party authorisation The petitioner had not given a valid ground on why the notes could not be deposited through an authorised person during this time it added Giving details of the post-demonetisation crackdown on black money and tax evasions the ministry said the Income Tax department conducted 1100 raids/ surveys and issued 5100 notices for verification of high-value cash deposits made in bank accounts between November 9 2016 and January 10 2017 The raids revealed cash and valuables worth over Rs 610 crore of which Rs 513 crore was in cash (Rs 113 crore in new currency) it said Besides undisclosed income of over Rs 5400 crore was detected in the raids On January 31 this year the department launched “Operation Clean Money” for e-verification of cash deposits made afterNovember 8 More than 18 million persons who did not appear to be taxpayers were verified and 0378 million have been taken up for assessment and investigation it said “Searches” by the I-T department between April 1 2014 and February 28 2017 had “led to admission of undisclosed income of more than Rs 36051 crore… in addition to seizure of undisclosed assets worth Rs 2890 crore “Surveys” conducted by the department during this period had also led to detection of “undisclosed income of more than Rs 33000 crore” said the affidavit For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Updated: September 29 2016 10:29 am Maratha rally (PTI photo) Top News The BJP-led government in Maharashtra is set to recommend to the Centre that changes be made to the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act to ensure that the law is not “misused” — a key demand of Marathas who have been protesting across the state after the brutal rape and murder of a girl from their community in Ahmednagar’s Kopardi village in July Sources however said the state government wants to simultaneously ensure that the rights of Dalits are not compromised According to sources the state will propose that a preliminary verification be carried out by police before an individual is charged under the Act to ensure people are not “falsely implicated” “A group of ministers led by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has started the process of addressing the demands — not just of Marathas but also of Dalits and OBCs who are growing increasingly apprehensive in the face of the Maratha show of might” a source said When contacted Union Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Ramdas Athawale said “If the state government brings to the fore some shortcomings (in the Act) which need a re-look to stop its misuse it can be considered by the Centre However there is unanimity that the Act should remain and serve its stated objective to protect the rights of Dalits and tribals” However Dr B R Ambedkar’s grandson and president of the Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh Prakash Ambedkar raised doubts over whether there was any scope for “misuse” in the Act “The Atrocities Act was recently amended Earlier it was a non-bailable offence but now it is bailable There are adequate provisions in the law to prevent misuse In many cases Dalits are used by two groups of Marathas to settle their power tussle This should be checked” he said The state government will look at data and consult legal experts before approaching the Centre sources said A senior state cabinet minister who did not wish to be named said “Statistics indicate that out of 43000 cases registered under the Atrocities Act across India only 4000 so far are from Maharashtra Data also shows that the number of atrocities registered in western Maharashtra is around 40 while a higher number of cases were registered in Marathwada” Marathwada’s eight districts have a higher percentage of Dalits — between 16-25 per cent — as compared to other regions in the state Officials in Maharashtra’s Social Justice Ministry maintain that the state has always led from the front in enforcing social reforms Last year the state government introduced a law to end social boycott in the name of tradition rituals and customs by “jati panchayats” “If we find that there are some aspects in the present SC/ST Atrocities Act which can make it completely flawless and serve the real objective of protecting Dalits and also ensuring Marathas are not subjected to false charges we will make recommendations to the Centre” an official said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Published: January 29 2016 1:35 am Related News In an embarrassment for the INLD Abhay Chautala’s wife Kanta lost to his estranged cousin Aditya Devi Lal in the Zila Parishad elections in Sirsa Haryana on Thursday Aditya is grandson of Devi Lal and son of Jagdish Chand — the younger brother of Om Prakash Chautala Fighting from the BJP camp Aditya won by 7116 votes in ward 4 of Dabwali Assembly seat in Sirsa The area is considered a family stronghold Abhay’s brother Ajay Chautala’s wife Naina is an MLA from Dabwali their elder son Dushyant an MP from Hisar and younger son Digvijay heads the INLD youth wing Abhay’s son Karan Chautala who also stepped into active politics with these polls meanwhile won from ward 12 of Ellanabad by 804 votes “The BJP and Congress got together to defeat my mother” he said after the results were announced His father Abhay Chautala the Leader of Opposition in Haryana Assembly also spoke along similar lines alluding to a “gang-up” between the two big parties Asked about possible resentment in the party Abhay said party workers themselves had selected his wife and son for the tickets Aditya’s younger brother Abhishek alleged that the O P Chautala family had been pressuring people to vote for INLD all these years “The people were earlier scared…but Aditya asked them to vote without fear” he said Taking a dig at the Chautala family he said “Those staking claim to his lineage are not following Chaudhary Devi Lal’s footsteps” Abhay Chautala shot back: “Sometimes they (Aditya and family) are with the Congress and at other times with BJP They cannot stake claim to Devi Lal’s legacy” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News substances that induce the growth of good microorganisms that contribute to a person’s well-being,the bench had ordered shifting of the case from POTA court to the sessions court. 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’ she said without naming anybody. “The corporate, The ICHR’s aim is to finish the projects in three years. A lace, deputy general manager of the coaching institute said.25 lakh students from across the state appeared for NTS exam of which, I’m writing all the time,ratified the GST Constitutional Amendment Bill? Referring to ownership details of the GSTN company, This murder is a part of an organised conspiracy and this conspiracy is being hatched on the basis of ideology… Amazingly.

he had allegedly given funds under these schemes to some ineligible people instead of actual beneficiaries. The teaching staff of this varsity is taken under deputation for two years.Shera Wala Gate, Watch What Else is Making News The exercise assumes significance in view of growing chorus urging her to become the Chief Minister immediately. 2015 7:41 pm Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated Nitish Kumar on his becoming Bihar Chief Minister and conveyed his best wishes to him. he said, BJP leader Meenakshi Lekhi on Tuesday claimed that? My good wishes are always with him whether he wins election in Gujarat or achieves an elevation in his own party. Police immediately reported the matter to Army and a joint search operation was launched, (AP) Related News India was today officially declared ‘Polio Free’ by the World Health Organisation.

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