The Election Commission on Wednesday froze the AIADMK’s “Two Leaves” symbol, prohibiting its use in the coming R.K. Nagar byelection in Chennai.
The decision came after the EC heard the rival factions of O. Panneerselvam and V.K. Sasikala, who had staked their claim to the symbol. Pending a final resolution of the dispute, the factions have also been barred from using the party’s name in the bypoll.
We all are aware of Shah Rukh Khan's plush villa in Dubai. Although we have never been able to get a glimpse of what it looks like, knowing his taste, it definitely seems to be a dream home. But looks like he will have to pay tax for it in India. Here’s a little law that you’ll have to deal with now because there are going to be jargons about why it is imperative for him to pay the tax here in India.
The Income-tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) has formed a new rule that all citizens of India, who have a residence outside the country, will have to file it in their tax returns here. This means that the Dubai villa of Khan will be taxed in India as notional rent. Earlier, the rule from the ITAT was that they might be taxed for their properties in UAE, under the India-UAE treaty. The tax for the same property will be payed in the said country and it won’t be filed in India, for returns.
An assailant fatally stabbed a police officer at the gates to Britain's Parliament compound Wednesday after plowing a vehicle through terrified pedestrians along a landmark bridge. The attacker was shot and killed by police, but not before claiming a total of four lives in what appeared to be Europe's latest high-profile terrorist attack.
In a late night statement, the London Metropolitan police said that they believed they knew who the attacker was, but did not provide a name. They also said that their "working assumption" is that he was "inspired by international terrorism."
Police said the man traced a deadly path across the Westminster Bridge, running down people with an SUV, then ramming the vehicle into the fence encircling Parliament. At least 40 people were reported injured.
Finally, the attacker charged with a knife at officers stationed at the iron gates leading to the Parliament grounds, authorities said. The police named the fallen officer as Keith Palmer and said that he was unarmed.
The dead and injured were left scattered on some of London's most famous streets.
Crumpled bodies lay on the Westminster Bridge over the River Thames, including at least two people killed. Outside Parliament, a Foreign Office minister - covered in the blood of the stabbed police officer - tried in vain to save his life.
A scene of crime officer works near Westminster Bridge and the Houses of Parliament.The scene at Parliament earlier in the day was one of confusion while the Parliament chambers and offices were put on full lockdown for more than two hours.
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