The Economic Times
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A finance ministry official said most of these accounts are under close scrutiny and steps are being taken to identify the issues and possible remedial measures, which include takeovers by other promoters, extensive restructuring and in, some cases, a forensic audit where there are suspicions of malfeasance. "The current position is that RBI has reached out to the banks seeking status of some of these accounts. Banks have and continue to explore all possible options," he said, adding that the central bank will try and speed up the process in some cases. The central government can also direct the Serious Fraud Investigation Office to examine company accounts under Section 212 of the Companies Act, 2013. ET View Use The Bankruptcy Code Vigil is in order. Having empowered the RBI to give directions to banks to take action against defaulters under the bankruptcy code, and shield bankers from individual accountability for decisions, the need is to swiftly appoint resolution professionals and put the bankruptcy code to use.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Police have opened two investigation papers against The Star newspaper under the Sedition Act and Section 298A of the Penal Code for its front page story last Saturday which has offended Muslims in the country. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar (pix) said the investigation papers were opened because police had received multiple reports on the newspaper's front page. He said those responsible will be called in for questioning. "Statements will be taken to ascertain who published the picture and the headline on the front page of last Saturday's edition," he told theSun. The newspaper displayed a photograph of Muslims performing "terawih" prayers on the eve of Ramadan while the headline read ''Malaysian Terrorist Leader'' on its front page. This had enraged many Muslims and prompted a number of NGOs to lodge reports against the newspaper.
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Ahead of his appearance in the live semi finals, Ant and Dec's golden buzzer act performed a trick for Eamonn Holmes, Charlotte Hawkins and Richard Arnold. Having asked Eamonn to pick a super hero card, Matt instructed the host to keep the face on the card hidden from everyone. However, the host may have made a minor error when the camera panned to the card and showed the name of the super hero on the back of the card. Matt, who was sucking on a lollipop, then began carving the face of ...
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The bills to amend the Land Transport Act 2010 and the Commercial Vehicles Licensing Board Act 1987 were tabled for first reading in March, and is expected to be followed up in the July sitting. He was commenting on an incident involving 26-year-old Wong Mei Yan who was robbed at knife point on her way home on May 21 by her Uber driver and his accomplice, she subsequently suffered a miscarriage following the traumatic incident. Syed Hamid said he had also met with representatives from Uber on Monday, but that it was all done “within the limit of our current jurisdiction”. “We have written a very strong letter to them, and of course we have called them up. We met them yesterday, but it was all just persuasive in manner. “We told them this should not have happened, and to make sure there is no repeat incident. But that’s about it,” he said.
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BOOTS are offering 10 per cent of orders over £100 online ending today - so savvy shoppers will need to act fast to make the saving.
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He said the suspects were believed to have been active in the illegal business for the past five months and were using the house as a joint for smoking ganja. Investigations revealed that the cakes and chocolates mixed with ganja were sold at between RM5 and RM25. He said that the products were sold in the Klang Valley and that all the suspects were positive of the ganja 'THC' (Tetra Hydrocannibol). Kang said all the suspects were remanded for seven days up to June 2 for further investigation and the case was being investigated under Section 39B of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952. Meanwhile, Kang said police had detained 76,738 individuals and seized various types of drugs valued at more than RM99 million throughout the country since early January until last Thursday (May 25). — Bernama
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Naming someone a suspect is a step in the Indonesian legal system which means authorities believe they have enough evidence to consider filing charges, and such cases normally go to court. Shihab, who has been jailed twice before, could face up to five years in prison if found guilty. "We will issue an arrest warrant and check his house and work with immigration to determine his whereabouts," Argo said. Shihab's lawyer Sugito Amto Prawiro denied the cleric had broken the anti-porn laws and said he was the "victim of a cruel act". The woman who received the messages has also been named a suspect in the case. — AFP
Derby Telegraph
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A diner says his dessert from Domino's in Derby was so different from its picture on the menu that it contravened the Trade Descriptions Act. Borrowash professional wrestler Brett Barton said his partner Tracey bought the takeaway for the pair as a weekend treat a couple of weeks ago. But when he unwrapped the indulgent pudding from the Chaddesden restaurant, in Nottingham Road, he said the £4.99 tiramisu looked more like an airline meal. MORE NEWS: Man charged...
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Naming someone a suspect is a step in the Indonesian legal system which means authorities believe they have enough evidence to consider filing charges, and such cases normally go to court. Shihab, who has been jailed twice before, could face up to five years in prison if found guilty. "We will issue an arrest warrant and check his house and work with immigration to determine his whereabouts," Argo said. Shihab's lawyer Sugito Amto Prawiro denied the cleric had broken the anti-porn laws and said he was the "victim of a cruel act". The woman who received the messages has also been named a suspect in the case. — AFP
The Economic Times
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TDS is an abbreviation for 'Tax Deducted at Source'. TDS has been introduced to collect tax from the source from where an Individual's income is generated. The government uses TDS as a tool to collect tax so as to minimize the tax evasion by taxing the income (partially or wholly) at the time it is generated rather than at a later date. TDS is applicable on the various incomes received such as salaries, interest received, commission received etc. TDS is not applicable to all incomes and all persons for all transactions. Different rates of TDS have been prescribed by the Income Tax Act for different payments and different categories of recipients. For example, payment of redemption proceeds by a debt mutual fund to a resident individual is not subject to TDS but for a Non-resident Indian is subject to TDS. TDS works on the concept that every person making specified type of payments to any person shall deduct tax at the rates prescribed in the Income Tax Act at source and deposit the same into the government's account.
Derby Telegraph
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A diner says his dessert from Domino's in Derby was so different from its picture on the menu that it contravened the Trade Descriptions Act. Borrowash professional wrestler Brett Barton said his partner Tracey bought the takeaway for the pair as a weekend treat a couple of weeks ago. But when he unwrapped the indulgent pudding from the Chaddesden restaurant, in Nottingham Road, he said the £4.99 tiramisu looked more like an airline meal. MORE NEWS: Man charged...
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BUTTERWORTH: A 73-year-old doctor today pleaded guilty to a charge of deceiving the Road Transport Department (RTD) when charged at the Sessions Court here for the offence. Dr Ding Yong Chaung was accused of trying to deceive the RTD by letting them believe he conducted a physical health examination on one Mohd Firdaues Azizan, 34, deliberately trying to get the RTD to process the renewal of the vocational license which the RTD would not do if it was not deceived. He was charged with committing the offence about 11.45am on Feb 14 this year at Ding Polyklinik Dan Surgeri in Bukit Mertajam here. The offence comes under the Penal Code for cheating to be read together with Section 28 (1) (a) of the MACC Act 2009 and punishable with a maximum five-year prison sentence under the Code upon conviction. Ding, who was unrepresented, requested for a lower bail, due to his age, was a divorcee and suffered from high blood pressure, diabetes and kidney failure while MACC Prosecuting Officer Amin Yaacub prosecuted the case.
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The first base is the one at Dulce, New Mexico. I was involved in 1979 in a firefight with alien humanoids, and I was one of the survivors. I’m probably the only talking survivor you will ever hear. Two other survivors are under close guard. I am the only one left that knows the detailed files of the entire operation. Sixty-six secret service agents, FBI, Black Berets and the like, died in that firefight. I was there. “Number one, part of what I am going to tell you is going to be very shocking. Part of what I am going to tell you is probably going to be very unbelievable, though, instead of putting your glasses on, I’m going to ask you to put your “skeptical” on. But please, feel free to do your own homework. I know the Freedom of Information Act isnt much to go on, but it’s the best we’ve got. The local law library is a good place to look for Congressional Records.
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At present, the act provides the disability rights and benefits to seven special categories of people but the Centre is widening its reach by listing 14 new conditions to qualify for help.
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And it is due to this, as it was serious, that these organs of the foreign press, with whatever influence that I wouldnt know, was inhibited in reporting, in a way that was seriously against the truth, within the framework of a democratic campaign. And regarding this, I give up nothing, nothing. To report on truthful things - but Russia Today and Sputnik do not act like organs of the press, nor journalists; but rather they act like organs of influence, of propaganda, and of deceitful propaganda. No more, no less.” Video ID: 20170529-035 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Daily Express - Sports
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ENGLAND will not lose too much sleep despite their final act, three days from the start of the ICC Champions Trophy, being to fall flat on their faces in front of a packed Lord’s yesterday.
TIME - Top Stories
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Some had called for Trump to respond to the attack earlier, including former CBS broadcaster Dan Rather and U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, a Democrat from Oregon. You must condemn this violent act and encourage Americans to stand together against hatred, Blumenauer wrote in a letter to the president. The mother of one of the targets of the rant said she is overwhelmed with gratitude and sadness for the strangers who were stabbed to death when they came to the defense of her daughter, 16-year-old Destinee Mangum. Dyjuana Hudson posted a photo on her Facebook page Saturday of Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche, saying: Thank you thank you thank you. ... You will always be our hero. ... I'm soooooo sorry this happened. On Sunday, Hudson posted a video with her daughter saying they were traumatized by the event. Mangum told news station KPTV that she and her 17-year-old friend were riding the train when Christian started yelling at them.