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UK to set out plan for converting EU laws into domestic law post-Brexit

UK to set out plan for converting EU laws into domestic law post-Brexit

The British government will set out plans on Thursday to convert European Union laws into domestic legislation to give "businesses, workers and consumers the certainty they need" as Britain exits the bloc.

Congress comes out with white paper on Odisha drought situation

The white paper also asked the BJD government to convene an all-party meeting for tackling farmers issues.

Taxes have dried up in Haryana: FM

Haryana Finance Minister Capt Abhimanyu today charged the previous Congress government in the state with lack of governance saying taxes had dried up and their base shrunk during the 10-year rule.

Railway finances will be hard-pressed in near future: White Paper

Indian Railways' finances will be hard-pressed in the near future with the anticipated increase in committed expenditures, according to a White Paper on the national transporter tabled by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu in Parliament Thursday.

Black money: I-T consumes most FIU generated suspicious reports

An STR includes details of all accounts, transactions, individuals and legal persons or entities related to a suspicious transaction.

Illicit outflow of money from India pegged at $104 bn

The illicit outflow of money from India has been estimated at USD 104 billion as of December last year, according to a report of the Global Financial Integrity (GFI).

CBDT panel for better coordination to deal with black money

Concerned over poor co-ordination among various agencies dealing with black money menace, the CBDT committee has suggested that a mechanism should be developed for better co-operation among various wings of the government, including state agencies, to tackle the issue.

Participatory Notes being used to route black money: Govt

The government Monday said Participatory Notes, an instrument for overseas entities to invest in Indian stock market, is being used by Indian citizens to re-invest black money in the country.

White Paper against tax immunity schemes

Under the gold deposit scheme, which is being talked about in some quarters, the depositors parting with gold will get back the precious metal along with a nominal rate of interest.

White paper for fast-track courts to deal with black money

Fast-track courts to expeditiously deal with financial offences and deterrent punishment for offenders and promotion of banking channels for transactions were among the measures proposed Monday in a multi-pronged strategy unveiled by government to curb black money menace.

Swiss banks' liabilities towards Indians fall by Rs 14,000 cr

Total liabilities of Swiss banks towards Indians declined by more than Rs 14,000 crore during the 2006-10 period, the government said Monday.

Govt for TDS on real estate transactions

In order to check generation of black money in the real estate sector, the government's White Paper has suggested introduction of tax deduction at source (TDS) on sale-purchase of properties.

White Paper suggest incentives for use of credit, debit cards

In a bid to check proliferation of black money, the White Paper has suggested tax incentives should be provided to encourage use of debit and credit cards and electronic transfer.

White Paper for setting of Lokpal to deal with black money

The government on Monday tabled the much-awaited White Paper on black money in Parliament which did not disclose any name but made a strong case for setting up Lokpal and Lokayuktas to deal with the menace.

White Paper on black money likely on Monday

Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee is likely to table the 'White Paper' on black money in Parliament on Monday.

How white can paper be?

Whiteness is a basic property of paper. How does it arise, and how do you measure whiteness?