The government has eased norms and allowed bureaucrats and their dependent family members to get medical treatment abroad at state cost.
Over the last two years from two temples in this district has revealed that many of them were sold to buyers in Singapore, Malaysia and Germany.
Kerala CM Oommen Chandy on Thursday sought the co-operation of Non-Resident Keralite organisations over the issue.
Journalist Syed Shehzad had received several threats in recent months.
Under pressure from the Supreme Court on unearthing black money stashed abroad, the government Saturday said it has formed a committee for recovering black money parked in overseas banks.
Traditional jewellery, ethnic wear, henna artists - all this and more will be available at Ardhanginni, a three-day wedding fair in London.
In 2007, fresh-out-of-film-school director Sagar Bellary had made audiences laugh their hearts out with the satire ‘Bheja Fry’.
Black money parked in tax havens abroad will be taxable income under the Direct Taxes Code Bill, the Centre told the Supreme Court on Wednesday, spelling out a host of measures to retrieve it.
Union Law Minister Veerappa Moily on Saturday said the
UPA Government had nothing to hide on the black money issue and it was
upto the Supreme Court to reveal the names.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar
on Friday lambasted the UPA government for its "inept" handling of
the process for recovery of black money to the tune of
billions of dollars stashed abroad.
Sikhs living in Western countries will no longer have to wait for the supply of the Guru Granth Sahib, as the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has given its nod to the printing of the holy text in the US and Canada.
A sessions court here on Thursday refused
permission to former Union Carbide India Ltd (UCIL) official
and convict in Bhopal gas leak case, S P Choudhary, to go
India`s leading chain of technical
education institutes, National Institute of Technology (NIT),
will now have student ambassadors travelling abroad to
increase the reach of its flagship scheme.
Government has plans to open 15 cultural centres in different parts of the world, the Rajya Sabha was informed Thursday.
A whopping 93 per cent Indians
are willing to work overseas over the next decade against a
global average of just 50 per cent.
US President Barack Obama`s wife
Michelle embarks on Tuesday on a three day trip to Mexico, her
first solo official trip abroad as the US first lady.
The government is mulling over
the idea of allowing Indian universities to set up campuses
abroad, a move that would benefit the institutes to increase
their global presence.
Day in Pics: 1st September
Showbiz World - September 1, 2014
Famous Ganesh Pandals in Mumbai