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Vehicular traffic was disrupted on Shimla- Mashbora -Naldehra making the people take long foot journeys to reach their homes. Singh said it was in 2012 when Shimla experienced significant snow in December,” Jaypee Infratech is into road construction and real estate business. IDBI Bank had approached NCLT to initiate insolvency proceedings against the realty giant, (ANI Photo) Related News A preliminary inquiry by CRPF and Chhattisgarh police has hinted at longstanding differences between CRPF constable Sant Ram Yadav and his colleagues,50 per cent. the AAP is looking to revive its flagging fortunes after recent poll defeats and the Congress is hoping to become politically relevant once again in the national capital. to protest against a play “Amhi Satpute”, and another had died trying to save them. Like many deaths that Kamlesh claims to have seen Bablu’s asphyxiation followed a similar pattern The police lodged a case officials turned up to dispense sympathy and make promises and the odd member from the National Safai Karamchari Commission NGOs and cameramen all came “But it only lasts a few days or weeks Sometimes it is enough to get a job at other times the promises are forgotten” he says For Kamlesh loss of life isn’t the biggest fear His work no matter how dangerous puts food on the table “If the smell is particularly bad I wash my face and re-enter If even that doesn’t help we smoke a bidi and drink some booze Some times the contractor gives us the booze” he says In 2006 the Supreme Court had laid down guidelines for cleaning operations for manholes Primary among them was that “unless absolutely necessary civic bodies in the state will not employ human agency to carry out cleaning operations” State governments were asked to supply equipment for checking the manhole for poisonous gases if entering was required In case a worker had to enter a manhole despite perceived risks “such orders should be given in writing” the court had said Periodic medical check-ups insurance of workers and discontinuance of the use of contractors by civic bodies were also included in the guidelines Kamlesh has heard of medical entitlements for those who work in Delhi But he says he can’t make such demands “If I fall sick I am on my own There is no medical advance or compensation At best I can get some daaru before the next manhole” But there is a “positive side”: “Inside time stops” says Kamlesh “It’s only there when I am covered in filth that no one treats me like dirt” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 12 2016 12:11 am A marquee of the Arango Orillac Building lists the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama City Monday April 4 2016 (Source: PTI) Related News India will take part in a special OECD meet on April 13 in Paris to firm up cooperation between countries in the wake of the ‘Panama Papers’ leak that has seen the Modi government order a multi-agency probe after The Indian Express revealed the names of over 500 Indians with links to offshore companies The Finance Ministry received the invite last week from the Paris-based body and it has been decided that a Director-rank officer of CBDT will represent the country at the day- long special session officials said Share This Article Related Article Officials said India is looking forward to the meet as the country adheres to a number of Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)-mandated norms aimed at strengthening overseas tax cooperation and exchange of information and also follows fiscal guidelines endorsed by it The government has set up a Multi-Agency Group (MAG) to investigate the Indian names and entities mentioned in the leaks and a preliminary report has been sought by this week by the ministry which is expected to forward it to the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) “The Income Tax department will issue notices to those whose names figure in the Panama leaks They will be asked to explain their position and the next course of action will be determined thereafter” they said The MAG which met here today for the second time after April 7 had during the first meeting decided to approach OECD along with another similar forum — the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in connection with its probe Announcing the date for the meeting the OECD secretariat had said “Government officials from around the world have called upon OECD to convene a special meeting of the Joint International Tax Shelter Information and Collaboration (JITSIC) network to explore possibilities of cooperation and information-sharing identify tax compliance risks and agree on collaborative action in the light of the ‘Panama Papers’ “The meeting will bring together senior tax administration officials from countries worldwide” The ‘Panama Papers’ had disclosed the names of nearly 500 Indians including celebrities and industrialists who allegedly have money stashed away in offshore entities in Panama which is considered to be a tax haven The names were released by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) with ‘Indian Express’ newspaper in India The ICIJ added a disclaimer that there are also “legitimate uses for offshore companies” The OECD JITSIC is a network of tax administration officials with responsibility for responding to global compliance risks through active collaboration and fast and effective information exchange with other tax administrations “The ‘Panama Papers’ leaks contain an unprecedented amount of information including more than 11 million documents covering 210000 companies in 21 offshore jurisdictions Each transaction spans a number of different jurisdictions and may involve multiple entities and individuals “The meeting at OECD presents tax administrations with a first opportunity to act on the considerable body of information revealed by the ‘Panama Papers’ release As a network of tax administrations committed to sharing intelligence and working together to tackle common risks the JITSIC network is well-placed to take on this challenge” OECD had said The MAG comprises officials of RBI IT department Financial Intelligence Unit Enforcement Directorate and Foreign Tax and Tax Research Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha today said here that a strict investigation into the ‘Panama Papers’ is on to determine if illegalities are involved in the overseas Indian accounts For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep A Ashar | Mumbai | Updated: August 18 2017 2:47 am In Maharashtra 15001 of the total 23037 establishments had to shut shop owing to the Supreme Court directive Related News FIVE months after a Supreme Court order led to the closure of liquor shops and outlets near national and state highways just over 800 such establishments in Maharashtra have been able to resume their business On March 31 the Supreme Court had directed the states to shut down liquor vends located within 500 meters of national and state highways In Maharashtra 15001 of the total 23037 establishments had to shut shop owing to the directive Unlike several other states the Maharashtra government is yet to issue any order for the denotification or reclassification of the state highways to work around the SC directive While official statistics reveal that it has so far permitted 821 liquor shops and outlets to relocate beyond 500 meters from the highways these make up for just 54 per cent of the impacted establishments Excise collection is the second highest revenue grosser for the state government In 2017-18 the government has estimated a revenue of Rs 14940 crore from excise duties But with a majority of the registered liquor outlets yet to resume business in the wake of the SC directive government’s fiscal managers are worried about a sharp dip in revenue collections Senior sources said that a proposal to reclassify the state highways as major urban roads which is under the active consideration of the state government might just be the sole option to fix the situation Meanwhile the state’s Excise department has witnessed a spurt in applications from the impacted establishments for relocation or shifting of their liquor licenses According to official statistics the department has approved 821 relocation proposals so far These include 369 restaurants and bars 150 foreign liquor shops 172 country liquor vends and 130 beer vends Officials further said that another 1500-odd applications for relocation were pending The department last revised the statistic on August 7 2017 However senior government officials cited several instances in Nashik Pune and Akola districts where proposals of relocation liquor shops on the highways to the interiors are being vehemently opposed by local residents “There have been cases where a liquor license holder has not been able to resume business even after relocation due to such opposition” said a senior official Incidentally the Pune district in Western Maharashtra where several roads are notified as national and state highways has witnessed the largest number of relocation proposal While the government has so far permitted 126 establishments to relocate sources said that several other proposals were still pending Solapur (85 relocations) and Kolhapur (50) both in Western Maharashtra were placed second and the third on the relocation list In the farm-stressed Marathwada region the government has approved 49 relocation proposals in Latur and 48 others in Nanded Meanwhile several liquor establishments in Maharashtra have filed petitions before the Bombay High Court challenging the closure on a technical ground that their premises fell within 500 meters of state roads and not highways These establishments have argued that the state government on April 24 2012 while approving a new road development scheme for the 2001-21 period had failed to notify the state highways While the High Court has directed a committee headed by the Secretary (Roads) of the Public Works department to individually decide on these matters the PWD is contesting the argument and is unlikely to back it For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News A few hours later.

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