March 15, 2019

New Delhi, March 15 : One of the key prongs for the welfare of ex-servicemen — the Army Group Insurance Fund (AGIF) — has exposure to toxic ILFS bonds amounting close to Rs 210 crore. This means that crores worth of insurance premiums, covering all ranks from generals to JCOs and jawans, are at risk […]

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New Delhi, March 15 : One of the key prongs for the welfare of ex-servicemen — the Army Group Insurance Fund (AGIF) — has exposure to toxic ILFS bonds amounting close to Rs 210 crore. This means that crores worth of insurance premiums, covering all ranks from generals to JCOs and jawans, are at risk […]

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The Panama Papers offers “compelling evidence” of the global impact of investigative journalism, according to a new study that highlights at least 147 distinct responses to the investigation by authorities around the world. The Reuters Institute at Oxford University found that authorities had launched investigations or official inquiries in nearly half the countries that were […]

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More on: Europe and Eurasia Middle East and North Africa Politics and Government Human Rights Turkey New Panama Papers Expose Africa’s Offshore Dealings The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) released a second round of Panama Papers. The documents reveal how private firms, business executives, and corrupt officials in fifty-two of Africa’s fifty-four nations hired […]

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Ming Chu Hsu is a businesswoman residing in Hong Kong, with various investment properties in Portugal. Yet no-one seems to know Ming, who is characterised by complete discretion.  Neither has the fact that Ming Chu Hsu made the largest donation in Portugal in living memory made it more known. The businesswoman gave €2 million to a public university in Lisbon but, as […]

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Valirie Marcia Akinstall Thorny issue: Theresa May and Britains delayed exit from the EU may take priority over Bermuda (Photograph by Tim Ireland/AP) Related Stories Bermuda is on the European Unions blacklist. Our excuses are chilling, to say the least, and at each and every turn Bermuda has responded either in denial or by taking […]

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The Isle of Man has been removed from the EU’s grey list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions, along with the other Crown Dependencies, Jersey and Guernsey, after the three worked together with the EU to develop proposals to address the concerns raised.  Chief Minister Howard Quayle tweeted he was “delighted” with the news: Related articles In December […]

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Yesterday, in New Zealand, an Australian man in his late twenties logged on Twitter and 8chan, an online message board, to post photos of ammunition and a far-right manifesto. He also linked to a Facebook page, where he promised that he would livestream an impending mass shooting. The man then relayed video, lasting 17 minutes, […]

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New Delhi, March 14 (IANS) The Swadeshi Jagran Manch (SJM) – the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh’s economic wing – on Thursday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to “retaliate” against China for blocking the UN resolution to declare Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist. In a letter to the Prime Minister, the SJM requested him […]

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This week in Diamond Shavings: The old Sears sues the new one. Elvis used to give jewelry to his fans. And Neil Lane doesn’t watch The Bachelor. All below.   Latest Signet reshuffle brings Zales, Kay together.   Eurostar Diamond Traders facing bankruptcy.   Bailey Banks Biddle closes two of five stores.   Minnesota’s Scheherazade […]

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Federal authorities announced a raft of conspiracy and tax fraud charges Tuesday against four men in the first U.S. prosecution related to the so-called Panama Papers. The 11-count indictment unsealed in Manhattan stems from what prosecutors described as an “intercontinental money laundering scheme” involving a global law firm based in Panama. Two Germans, one American […]

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