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professor at the University of Queensland in Australia. For all the latest India News,000 units, While 36 constituencies are reserved for SCs, The period of broadcast and telecast will be between the last date of filing the nominations and will end two days before the date of poll in Karnataka. Hectic meeting are underway to pursue Advani to take back his resignation. (With PTI inputs) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOver 120 people turned up to hear Dr Ronald Modras’ public lecture in Galway last Wednesday 28 May Organised by the Jesuit Centre for Spirituality there in combination with Manresa Spirituality Centre it was a packed house at the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart spirituality centre Croí Nua on Taylor’s Hill Most of the attendees had booked in advance but many still turned up on the night to swell numbers Dr Modras got a great reception and there was a very lively interaction with the audienceWritten by Shaju Philip | Thiruvananthapuram | Published: June 10 2014 1:58 am Related News Probing the alleged unaccounted funds of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chairman and former Chief Justice of India K G Balakrishnan’s relatives the Income Tax (I-T) department has found that his daughter and son-in-law received money from Mumbai-based Rosy Blue India Pvt Limited The founder of Rosy Blue Harshad Ramniklal Mehta figures in the list of those who hold accounts in the LGT Bank in Liechtenstein and are under the government scanner Mehta held stake in the Kochi IPL team According to a revision note prepared by I-T Deputy Commissioner (Ernakulam) Abhimanyu S Yadav earlier this year Balakrishnan’s daughter K B Sony and son-in-law P V Sreenijan both advocates received a monthly “professional fee” from Rosy Blue during 2009-10 It said while both had claimed this as their professional fees they had not rendered any service for the company The I-T department brought out the revision subsequent to its assessment order of 2013 It said on receipts from Rosy Blue Sreenijan had not denied that he had received Rs 1 lakh per month from the company The note said Rosy Blue had not entrusted any assignment to Sony and Sreenijan and they had not incurred any expenditure for the company The company apart from retaining them on its payroll did not utilise their services it said adding that the receipts therefore could not be considered as professional fees The note also said Sony and Sreenijan had made “unexplained investment in land and buildings” Reacting to the note Sreenijan said Rosy Blue had paid them retainer fees “If they (the company) did not have any case in Kerala why should I worry about that The company paid us after deducting tax As a legal professional I need not look into the background of a client’’ he said He said they had moved revision petitions against the penalty proceedings of the department but the petitions were not taken up for hearing Stating that he has been a taxpayer since 2003 Sreenijan asked why the I-T department had not initiated any proceedings on the receipts of those who had sold the properties to him and his wife The assessed income of Sreenijan in 2009-10 was Rs 211 crore while Sony’s was Rs 3728 lakh For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mohali | Published: November 5 2017 3:12 pm Top News THE ZIRAKPUR police have registered a case of cheating and criminal breach of trust against three builders for allegedly duping a serving Lieutenant Colonel in connection with the sale of a flat The accused are said to be at large Lt Colonel Sandeep Singh Yadav who is posted at Delhi Cantonment wanted to buy a three BHK flat at Aero Homes in Zirakpur The complainant stated that he gave Rs 51 lakh to the owners of Aero homes a private housing project But when he tried to get the flat registered in his name he came to know that the builders had already mortgaged the land of the project to banks and the flats could not be registered in the name of buyers So the complainant approached the police and lodged a complaint with the SSP’s office An inquiry was conducted by SP(D) following which a case under sections 406 (criminal breach of trust) 420 (cheating) and 120B (criminal conspiracy) was registered against Nitin Bansal and his partners Harpreet Singh and Vishal Mehta For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Top Newsall this news is completely baseless, handing over his phone. even a snippet on dragonflies crossing the seas from south India to Africa.