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Indian Origin Activist Arrested In The US

Protests by Indo-Americans against the arrest of Ravi Ragbir. Ravi Ragbir was detained by US officials on Friday at the Jacob Javits Federal Building. He was arrested during the routine check in with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), decision of immediate deportation was followed by protests by the locals of New York, his followers and fans who are both from Indian and American background. Ravi Ragbir is an activist of

US East Coast To hit by "Bomb Cyclone"

There has been challenging cold in the eastern zone of the United States for the past ten days. But, the most severe winter weather situations are yet to come to this area late this week. It is forecasted that first, a large and commanding storm will hammer the coastal locations from Georgia to Maine with ice and snow and by Thursday, the busting storm will take the form of a

Here's Why Alibaba Has Been Obliged To Apologies

Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, has come below fire over its managing of consumer information in an incident that underlines increasing worries for privacy in the hyper-digitized nation. Ant Financial, the Alibaba associate, was obliged to apologies last week after consumers claimed that they felt deceived into permitting its service of Alipay to share information on their habits of spending with other third-party offerings and its credit-scoring arm. Managed by

Policy Commission Will Move Forward To Make “New India” A Reality In 2018

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of making “New India” by 2022 for the Policy Commission will be challenging in 2018. In the next year, the policy commission will also be focused on malnutrition, agriculture, employment, and higher education. Rajiv Kumar, the Deputy Speaker of the Commission, says that he has met different parties and will soon finalize the vision paper of New India, 2022. Kumar said, “Next year our Policy

Class Action TCS In US

One of India’s leading software giants, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is facing legal proceedings in the US. The company is alleged to be biased against American workers. As per Bloomberg report, a federal judge in California rejected the request of TCS to dismiss a 2015 legal trial that condemned it of breaching anti-discrimination laws by being biased to South Asian workers. The worries of the software giant were further aggravated

Deadline For Filing GST Return Extended

The Government of India now has extended the last date for filing the final sales return GSTR-1 by 10 days i.e. one can now file the final sales return till January 10, 2018, under the Goods and Services Tax as per the sources. A government press release stated that businesses that have a turnover of up to Rs. 1.5 crores will now have to file GSTR-1 under the Goods and

Prominent Right Activist Sentenced To Rigorous Punishment By China

China on Tuesday sentenced a protuberant rights activist to eight years in jail for subversion. His lawyer said that this is the harshest sentence passed in a government crackdown on activism that began more than two years ago. In another case, the Chinese court trying him said that a rights lawyer avoided criminal punishment despite being found guilty of inciting subversion, because he admitted his crimes. Reuters told that a

25% GST On Luxury Cars

Luxury vehicles to cost more! Cess on luxury vehicles increased to 25% from its earlier 15% after a bill was passed in Lok Sabha to the effect on Wednesday. The GST (Compensation to States) Amendment Bill, 2017 was approved notwithstanding the chaos that prevailed over the provocative comments made by Union Minister, Anant Kumar Hegde on the Constitution and secularism. The comments led Opposition to enforce four adjournments in the

UAE Gets Ready For A Spy Empire

The USA is stretching its hands of assistance in order to fulfill the dream of the UAE to build a top-notch spycraft agency. The Spycraft Empire is constructed near the northeastern Zayed Port, Abu Dhabi. The Emiratis will be bestowed with the strategic steps from the westerners that will help succeed in the latest endeavors. The USA’s intelligence officials are teaching the appropriate methods of getting a firm hold on

Trump May Soon Witness Tax Victory

President Trump is close to experiencing his first big legislative victory after almost a year since he took charge. While the House of Representatives voted in favor of $1.5 trillion tax cuts to clear off deficits, a last minute hitch owing to the parliamentary rules has led to the voting in the lower chamber on the revised proposal yet again. It is for the first time in 3 decades that