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PNB scam case: India will liaise with UK for Nirav Modi’s early extradition, says MEA

PNB scam case: India will liaise with UK for Nirav Modi’s early extradition, says MEA

After a UK court ruled in favour of fugitive businessman Nirav Modi's extradition to India, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday said the government will liaise with authorities in the UK for his early extradition. The diamantaire, wanted in India on charges of fraud and money laundering in the estimated USD 2-billion Punjab…...

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Scammers claiming to be from HMRC target almost 270,000 other folks

Scammers claiming to be from HMRC target almost 270,000 other folks

Tax chief is targeted by brazen scammers as fraud by crooks posing as HMRC officers rockets Britain's top taxman has been targeted by scammers claiming to be from HMRCJim Harra said there has been an increase in scams claiming to be from HMRCLast year alone, there were almost 270,000 attempted scams using telephonesAlmost 3,000 telephone lines…...

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PNB rip-off case: Nirav Modi will also be extradited to India, says UK courtroom

PNB rip-off case: Nirav Modi will also be extradited to India, says UK courtroom

Key accused in PNB scam case has 14 days to appeal TopicsPNB Scam | Punjab National Bank | Nirav modi Ashis Ray  |  London  Last Updated at February 26, 2021 02:07 IST Nirav Modi, once touted as a billionaire designer diamantaire, and now wanted on charges of fraud and money laundering in the $2-billion (Rs 14,000-crore) Punjab National Bank…...

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Hong Kong nationwide security law: Chinese University’s student union withdraws election statements, after management severed ties citing imaginable apt breaches

Hong Kong nationwide security law: Chinese University’s student union withdraws election statements, after management severed ties citing imaginable apt breaches

Newly elected committee releases statement announcing official withdrawal of its 80-page election manifesto, other campaign statements CUHK earlier cut off its student union on national security grounds and imposed a host of tough measures on the body Published: 10:12am, 27 Feb, 2021 Updated: 10:24am, 27 Feb, 2021...

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European court: governments must inform climate alternate effort

European court: governments must inform climate alternate effort

LISBON, Portugal (AP) — A top European court is forcing 33 governments to prove they are cutting emissions in line with the requirements of the 2015 Paris climate accord.The European Court of Human Rights has also rejected an attempt by those governments in the same case to overturn its decision to fast-track an ambitious climate…...

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Dozens of States Ignoring Guidance to Prioritize Clergy for COVID Vaccine: File

Dozens of States Ignoring Guidance to Prioritize Clergy for COVID Vaccine: File

(Patrick Semansky/Reuters) For months, some states have handed down stringent COVID restrictions to houses of worship deemed “nonessential,” leaving those institutions few options save legal recourse to serve their congregations. Now, the country’s religious communities face an additional challenge. According to a new report from the Napa Legal Institute, 43 states and the District of…...

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Homeless hold ‘no acceptable acceptable’ to pitch tents, says council chief

Homeless hold ‘no acceptable acceptable’ to pitch tents, says council chief

Homeless people have “no legal right” to pitch a tent on public property in the capital, Dublin City Council chief executive Owen Keegan has said. Mr Keegan defended the council’s record in tackling homelessness and said there was an “unattractive” and “enormous enthusiasm” for highlighting rare cases where there were failures in the system. Certain…...

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European court docket: governments have to sing native weather alternate effort

European court docket: governments have to sing native weather alternate effort

LISBON, Portugal (AP) — A top European court is forcing 33 governments to prove they are cutting emissions in line with the requirements of the 2015 Paris climate accord.The European Court of Human Rights has also rejected an attempt by those governments in the same case to overturn its decision to fast-track an ambitious climate…...

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