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Bringing Mallya back: Here is what India will argue in the UK

Bringing Mallya back: Here is what India will argue in the UK

Mallya resigned as chairman and non-executive director of Diageo-owned Indian drinks group United Spirits in February 2016, following a vote of no confidence from his own board. As per the existing extradition treaty agreement between India and the UK, Great Britain and Northern Ireland signed on September 22, 1995, extradition of an individual could be refused on numerous grounds and now with Mallya's arrest it should be proved beyond doubt before the English courts that the offences levelled ...



Global equities dip after weak US GDP; euro climbs

Core inflation, which excludes volatile prices of energy and unprocessed food and which the European Central Bank monitors closely, also rose to 1.2 percent year-on-year in April from 0.8 percent in March, above market expectations of 1.0 percent.


GST will be beneficial for Nagaland, says Chief Secretary Pankaj Kumar

GST will be beneficial for Nagaland, says Chief Secretary Pankaj Kumar

Dr. Benjongliba was speaking as chief guest at the "Awareness Campaign on GST" here at Town Hall, jointly organised by the Commissioner of Taxes, Nagaland and Commissioner of Central Excise and Tax, Shillong, Government of India. Panda reminded the gathering that GST is a total Pan-based and all registration will be link to PAN numbers and also encourage the business communities to take up registration.


Trump's tax plan gives favorable rate to businesses big and small

Trump's tax plan gives favorable rate to businesses big and small

About a month into his presidency, Trump also nullified Obama-era gun control order that required the Social Security Administration to share records of individuals who get Disability Insurance benefits, information that would eventually show up on their background checks when they sought to buy guns.


France's Dupont-Aignan says backing Le Pen in election run-off

France's Dupont-Aignan says backing Le Pen in election run-off

Merkel's finance minister, Wolfgang Schaeuble, has already backed Macron, saying he'd "probably" vote for the former French economy minister if he could. Many people have compared Le Pen to U.S. President Donald Trump, but adamantly denied that France would ever elect someone like him. Macron then set off to visit a farm in Usseau known regionally for its innovative technology.