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India thanks Switzerland for MTCR support, seeks financial transparency law

India thanks Switzerland for MTCR support, seeks financial transparency law

They said, "We will continue to cooperate with Switzerland to fight this global problem". In June 2016, PM Modi had visited Switzerland, wherein the discussions were held on matters related to tax evasion and black money. He said that Indian traditional medicine can play an important role in health and wellness and thanked Switzerland for giving ayurveda its due recognition.


Mumbai rains: Man drowns in open manhole

Mumbai rains: Man drowns in open manhole

A complaint has been registered in the Dadar Police Station on account of the eyewitnesses, while the police are further investigating the matter. Two days after senior gastroenterologist Dr Deepak Amarapurkar went missing in the monsoon deluge, his body was found in a drain near the Worli seashore on Thursday morning.


Centre against making marital rape a crime

Centre against making marital rape a crime

It was also stated that merely deleting Exception 2 to Section 375 of IPC - which excludes intercourse between husband and wife from the ambit of rape - will not stop marital rape, as moral and social awareness are vital in stopping such an act.


Feinstein clarifies after Trump remarks earn jeers

Feinstein clarifies after Trump remarks earn jeers

The California Democrat apparently shocked the San Francisco crowd who had gathered to hear her speak when she unexpectedly said that President Trump could "be a good president". But Feinstein's walkback was unlikely to do much to slow the hyper-speed spread of her conciliatory words about Trump, which is some Democrat just don't say.


South Africa student receives $1m loan in error

South Africa student receives $1m loan in error

Not just that, she also reportedly partied and lived a "lavish lifestyle". He said staff verified the figures before they were processed. Suspicions grew when a receipt from the local shop was found, indicating a remaining balance of £810,000 ($1.04m) and she was eventually outed by Samkelo Mqhayi, deputy branch secretary of the South African Students Congress (SASCO).