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Black money abroad: 350 accounts assessed, 60 cases filed: Arun Jaitley

The government has completed assessment of 350 foreign accounts for tax-evasion proceedings have been initiated against 60 account holders as part of its crackdown on black money, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Monday. “About 60 prosecutions have so far been launched for wilful attempt to evade taxes [S/276C(1)] and failure to furnish accounts and documents etc [S/276D],” the ...

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Swine-flu Update: Centre rushes medicines, testing kits, medical team to Hyderabad

Hyderabad, Jan 21: The Centre, following the Telangana state government’s appeal, has rushed swine flu medicines, diagnostic kits and a high-level medical team to Hyderabad on Wednesday evening. Telangana chief minister K Chandrasekhara Rao had telephoned Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the morning seeking help and immediate action amid rising cases of death due to swine flu in the state, which ...

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Rajasthan Exceeds Delhi Swine Flu Deaths with 7

Rajasthan has reported 7 deaths of swine flu and 19 reported case, more than Delhi record of 6 deaths so far, indicating the outbreak is spreading fast into neighbouring states of the national capital. The deaths have been reported from Banswara, Barmer, Tonk, Kota and Jaipur areas, while the positive cases have been reported from Jaipur, Sikar, Tonk, Kota among ...

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10 new swine flu cases reported in Delhi

The national capital on Tuesday reported 10 new cases of swine flu, taking the total to 61 this year, a Delhi health official said, giving details that the new cases were of four females and six males. “The female patients are a 35-year-old from Freedom Fighter Enclave, two 31-year-olds from Neb Sarai and Lady Hardinge Medical College, and a 55-year-old ...

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Cosby’s Walk of Fame star inked with ‘rapist’ allegation

US comedian Bill Cosby’s star on the Walk of Fame has been vandalised, with the word “rapist” repeatedly written on it in black ink. The incidence was noticed on Friday morning, reports eonline.com. “The Hollywood Walk of Fame is an institution celebrating the positive contributions of the inductees. When people are unhappy with one of our honorees, we would hope ...

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Obesity-Linked Cancer, More in Women than Men, More in Rich Countries: Study

While obesity is attributed as a major cause of cancer in a new study conducted by scientists, it also noted that major problem is for women, especially those in their menopausal stage, than men, and visibly more in developed countries. The scientists have discovered that obesity leads to around 481,000 new cancer cases per year in adults, which is 3.6 ...

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India is free from Bird Flu: Ministry

India has declared itself free from bird flu (H5N1) as of Dec. 29, 2011 though it said the surveillance will continue, in the vulnerable areas bordering the infected countries and in areas visited by migratory birds. Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries in the Ministry of Agriculture has advised the States to maintain vigil against the disease. Outbreak of ...

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