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Mumbai: The rupee appreciated by 22 paise to 70.47 against the US dollar in early trade on Friday, tracking gains in domestic equities amid reports of a meeting between foreign investors and finance ministry officials regarding higher tax surcharge during the day. 

At the interbank foreign exchange, the rupee opened at 70.54, then gained momentum and touched a high of 70.47, registering a rise of 22 paise over its previous close. 

The domestic unit pared some gains and was trading at 70.53 against the dollar at 1006 hrs. 

Forex traders said positive opening in domestic equity market, easing crude oil prices and reports that leading foreign investors will meet senior finance ministry officials on Friday on issues like higher tax surcharge supported the domestic unit. 

On Thursday, the rupee snapped its five-day losing streak to close higher by 20 paise at 70.69 against the US dollar on Thursday tracking sharp gains in domestic equities after reports of rollback of a tax surcharge on foreign portfolio investors 

Meanwhile, foreign institutional investors (FIIs) remained net sellers in the capital markets, pulling out Rs 437.39 crore on Thursday, according to provisional exchange data. 

The dollar index, which gauges the greenback’s strength against a basket of six currencies, fell 0.06 per cent to 97.55. 

Brent crude futures, the global oil benchmark, fell 0.26 per cent to trade at USD 57.23 per barrel. 

Domestic bourses opened on a bullish note on Friday with benchmark indices Sensex trading 247.29 points higher at 37,574.65 and Nifty up 77 points at 11,109.45. 

The 10-year government bond yield was at 6.41 per cent in morning trade.

 

 

 

Sources from otv  published by PTI on dated Aug,09,19. 10:32 AM

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Rayagada, August 11: After heavily addicted, a man named Sri N Raghunath of Andhra Bank line has attacked his wife Smt A Lila and daughter Kumari A Gayatri with a sharp dagger severely on several parts of the body including chest. While both were profusely bleeding, the neighbours have admitted them in the district headquarters hospital at Rayagada.  

It is learnt that for Raghunath quarrel with both wife and daughter was a regular affair after he went home drunk. Till the report was written, neither the wife nor the daughter filed FIR at the local police station.

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Rayagada, August 11: After heavily addicted, a man named Sri N Raghunath of Andhra Bank line has attacked his wife Smt A Lila and daughter Kumari A Gayatri with a sharp dagger severely on several parts of the body including chest. While both were profusely bleeding, the neighbours have admitted them in the district headquarters hospital at Rayagada.  

It is learnt that for Raghunath quarrel with both wife and daughter was a regular affair after he went home drunk. Till the report was written, neither the wife nor the daughter filed FIR at the local police station.

Report; Manoj Kanta Dash,odishabarta 

BERHAMPUR: Continuing their efforts to curb anti-social activities and illegal trade of Guthka, (Mafia) Berhampur Police busted three illegal gutkha manufacturing units and arrested six persons in connection with the incident following raids at different locations on last couple of days.

Acting on a tip-off, a joint team of Bada Bazar,BN Pur  and BN Pur Police Stations conducted multiple raids at Saguna Sahi, Borigaon and Bhutapalli area in the city led by Mr BP Pati,SDPO City.

97 bags of gutkha, machines and other raw articles used for making guthka worth over Rs 9.7 4lakh were seized during the raid.

“They are preparing guthka and other products under different brands which is completely illegal as they don’t have any trade license.  Four cases have been registered against the accused and further investigation is on,” said IIC of Bada Bazar Police Station, Prasant Bhupati and Sarada Prasanna Dash,IIC,BN Pur Police station.

Tightening the noose of those Maifa in Berhampur SP Pinak Mishra instructed strictly to follow during last Crime meeting at his Office.

Following the instruction of SP,Mr Mishra up to the necks of the illegal guthka producers in the 'Silk City', Berhampur Police continuously on the process for busting  gutka manufacturing units mainly under Bada Bazar Police limit,Sadar and BN Pur Police limits.

During the raid cops found that the manufacturing unit operators were producing tobacco without the required license and packing those in duplicate foils of branded companies to send to the market. Later six persons were taken into custody from the spot.

As per the Bada Bazar case records;

Vide the case o 122/19.One Narayan Sahu and 3 others of Sarguna Sahi arrested  with seizure of 40 bags of Gutkha, 1 machine, Raw beetle, an seed, huge quantity of polythene, packing and other materials.

Case no 123/19,The Godown of Sarat Ku Sahu of Kalupatra sahi raided and police found Gutkha 30 bags, other materials,60 cartools of mustard oil which suspected to be adulterated , 40 liters of PDS Kerosine.

Case no 126/19,Godown and house of Ram Ch.Dash of Panigrahi Pentha,105 bags of Gutkha, 1 manufacturing machine, huge quantity of raw materials and polythene reels. 

Locals compliments to the City police and to SP,Berhampur of their continuous effort to “WIPEOUT GUTKHA”. 

In spite of several attempts we failed to get any information from Sadar Police Station although they too did some remarkable job. 

The accused  persons were arrested under the NDPS (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) Act.

Report; Manoj Kanta Dash,odishabarta 

BERHAMPUR: Continuing their efforts to curb anti-social activities and illegal trade of Guthka, (Mafia) Berhampur Police busted three illegal gutkha manufacturing units and arrested six persons in connection with the incident following raids at different locations on last couple of days.

Acting on a tip-off, a joint team of Bada Bazar,BN Pur  and BN Pur Police Stations conducted multiple raids at Saguna Sahi, Borigaon and Bhutapalli area in the city led by Mr BP Pati,SDPO City.

97 bags of gutkha, machines and other raw articles used for making guthka worth over Rs 9.7 4lakh were seized during the raid.

“They are preparing guthka and other products under different brands which is completely illegal as they don’t have any trade license.  Four cases have been registered against the accused and further investigation is on,” said IIC of Bada Bazar Police Station, Prasant Bhupati and Sarada Prasanna Dash,IIC,BN Pur Police station.

Tightening the noose of those Maifa in Berhampur SP Pinak Mishra instructed strictly to follow during last Crime meeting at his Office.

Following the instruction of SP,Mr Mishra up to the necks of the illegal guthka producers in the 'Silk City', Berhampur Police continuously on the process for busting  gutka manufacturing units mainly under Bada Bazar Police limit,Sadar and BN Pur Police limits.

During the raid cops found that the manufacturing unit operators were producing tobacco without the required license and packing those in duplicate foils of branded companies to send to the market. Later six persons were taken into custody from the spot.

As per the Bada Bazar case records;

Vide the case o 122/19.One Narayan Sahu and 3 others of Sarguna Sahi arrested  with seizure of 40 bags of Gutkha, 1 machine, Raw beetle, an seed, huge quantity of polythene, packing and other materials.

Case no 123/19,The Godown of Sarat Ku Sahu of Kalupatra sahi raided and police found Gutkha 30 bags, other materials,60 cartools of mustard oil which suspected to be adulterated , 40 liters of PDS Kerosine.

Case no 126/19,Godown and house of Ram Ch.Dash of Panigrahi Pentha,105 bags of Gutkha, 1 manufacturing machine, huge quantity of raw materials and polythene reels. 

Locals compliments to the City police and to SP,Berhampur of their continuous effort to “WIPEOUT GUTKHA”. 

In spite of several attempts we failed to get any information from Sadar Police Station although they too did some remarkable job. 

The accused  persons were arrested under the NDPS (Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances) Act.

Report;Bureau,Odishabarta 

Kendrapara,10/09/19: More than a week after the bill criminalising triple talaq was passed in the Parliament, a man in Kendrapara district divorced his wife by pronouncing talaq thrice over the phone. 

The matter came to light after the victim, Taksima Khatun lodged a complaint with Pattamundai police accusing her husband Sk Rija Ahmad of giving her triple talaq over the phone. 

Taksima woman who was married to Sk Rija of Kalapahada village under Aul police limits November 28, 2017 said her husband called her over the phone on October 23 and uttered triple talaq thrice. 

The victim further alleged that although Rs 1 lakh cash, 80 gram of gold ornaments and household articles were given as dowry during the marriage, Rija demanded Rs 1 lakh more. 

The accused started torturing Taksima after her parents expressed their inability to pay up. Subsequently, Rija who works as a carpenter in Chandigarh of Punjab divorced his wife on October 23 over the phone from Punjab. 

“I tried to contact him several times after he uttered the three words but he did not respond. As there was no response from him even after repeated calls, I was compelled to file an FIR against him. My husband is well aware of the judgment of the Supreme Court which banned triple talaq. He should be punished as per law,” said Taksima. 

Acting on the complaint of the 24-year-old woman, the police registered a case and launched a probe. 

“We have registered a case acting on the FIR and police are investigating the case,” said IIC of Pattamundai police station, Pramod Mallick.

 

 

 

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Kendrapara,10/09/19: More than a week after the bill criminalising triple talaq was passed in the Parliament, a man in Kendrapara district divorced his wife by pronouncing talaq thrice over the phone. 

The matter came to light after the victim, Taksima Khatun lodged a complaint with Pattamundai police accusing her husband Sk Rija Ahmad of giving her triple talaq over the phone. 

Taksima woman who was married to Sk Rija of Kalapahada village under Aul police limits November 28, 2017 said her husband called her over the phone on October 23 and uttered triple talaq thrice. 

The victim further alleged that although Rs 1 lakh cash, 80 gram of gold ornaments and household articles were given as dowry during the marriage, Rija demanded Rs 1 lakh more. 

The accused started torturing Taksima after her parents expressed their inability to pay up. Subsequently, Rija who works as a carpenter in Chandigarh of Punjab divorced his wife on October 23 over the phone from Punjab. 

“I tried to contact him several times after he uttered the three words but he did not respond. As there was no response from him even after repeated calls, I was compelled to file an FIR against him. My husband is well aware of the judgment of the Supreme Court which banned triple talaq. He should be punished as per law,” said Taksima. 

Acting on the complaint of the 24-year-old woman, the police registered a case and launched a probe. 

“We have registered a case acting on the FIR and police are investigating the case,” said IIC of Pattamundai police station, Pramod Mallick.

 

 

 

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Incomplete SMSs by Income Tax Department create unnecessary tension 

Penalty of rupees 200 per day should be changed according to default in tax-deducted 

TAN number be merged with PAN number 

New Delhi,10/08/19:Income Tax Department is sending repeated SMSs on mobile-numbers of all those registered with the Department with TAN numbers for deducting tax at source cautioning about imposition of penalty of rupees 200 per day for not filing quarterly TDS statements. But such filing of TDS statements is compulsory only for those having deducted tax-at-source in some particular quarter. Such SMSs unnecessarily create panic amongst those who are not to file TDS statements because of not having deducted tax-at-source in some particular quarter. Income Tax Department should modify SMS to add that such TDS statements are to be filed by only those TAN-number holders who might have deducted tax-at-source in some particular quarter. 

Moreover irrational penalty of rupees 200 per day is advantageous for those where TDS amount is much higher and interest for delayed deposit of TDS may exceed rupees 200 per day. But on the contrary, such amount of rupees 200 per day is highly excessive and reasonable for those having defaulted for deposit of some small amount of tax-deducted. Penalty of rupees 200 per day should be changed to say 3-percent per month of delayed deposit of TDS amount.    

Best is to merge TAN with PAN (Permanent account Number) where PAN holders may be filing quarterly TDS statement for deposit of Tax-Deposited-at-Source by PAN holders. Filing of such quarterly TDS statements (if applicable for some quarter) may be a part of Income Tax Return and audit-reports if applicable.

 

 

 

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Sambalpur,10/08/19:Burla Police on Friday arrested three transgenders for allegedly brandishing a gun with the intent to threaten a youth near Bural Railway station. 

Though the matter came to light yesterday, the transgenders had reportedly threatened Rajesh Dey of Sambalpur and even fired a few shots in the air on August 7. 

Based on the complaint of Rajesh, Burla police nabbed the three accused and produced them before court. “Our further investigation into the case is on,” said a police official.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Delhi,It is but natural that absolute loss of flourishing trade makes owners of such business-firms mad. Same has happened with two political families having controlled political trade in Jammu-Kashmir when some of their Parliamentarians tore their cloths in Parliament. A prominent Lok Sabha member from such political family exhibited his total mental-loss when while openly holding a press-conference claimed that he was under detention countering statement of Union Home Minister in Lok Sabha as a total lie. How a person under detention can hold a full-fledged media-conference. 

Owners of Indian National Congress Private Limited were so much confused on hectic developments leading to abolition of relevant portions of Article 370 of the Constitution that it took more than 24 hours to react on such an important development with many of their prominent staffers going against owners of INC Private Limited. Some other likewise leaders with solitary aim of opposing Modi-led BJP-ruled central government were seen raising mindless queries. Gist of the matter is that opposing Central government on bold action on Jammu-Kashmir is nothing but sign of absolute madness. 

Young BJP Parliamentarian from Ladakh Jamyang Tsering Namgyal silenced PDP and NC members of Lok Sabha through his landmark speech.

 

 

 

 

 

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