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Vijay Mallya faces setback in his case to save London home

The case relates to a mortgage taken out by Rose Capital Ventures, one of Mallya's companies, with the 62-year-old businessman, his mother Lalitha and son Sidhartha, listed as having the right of occupancy on the property.

Amid govt's 'clampdown' on black money, Indians' money in Swiss banks rise 50 per cent

On Supreme Court's direction, the government had constituted a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe cases of alleged black money of Indians, including funds stashed abroad in places like Switzerland.

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Swiss man stands trial in Germany on spying charges

The state of NRW has for years irritated Switzerland by buying data as part of a crackdown on Germans stashing cash in secret accounts to avoid paying tax. The state has spent 17.9 million euros since 2010 on data that has helped it recover nearly 7 billion in tax revenue.

Black money: Switzerland ratifies automatic exchange of information with India

The Swiss Federal Council said that the implementation of the information exchange is planned for 2018 and that the first set of data exchange would happen in 2019

Black money: Switzerland may change laws, start sharing banking information

"We will have a black money discussion (with finance minister Arun Jaitley) to solve and clarify (the issue)," said Swiss economic affairs minister.

SC snaps back at Govt: Not 2 or 3, give us all the names... are you holding a protective umbrella?

The apex court also said that it is open for a CBI investigation into cases of tainted money.

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Blackmoney: Indian agencies get Swiss banks' data of hoarders

The tax effect in these cases could be about Rs 50-80 crore, according to sources.

Govt making all efforts to get Swiss banks account holders' list

India will sign a pact which is in the best interest of the country within the parameters of Swiss laws, said Arun Jaitley.

Swiss Govt to relax rules for assistance in tax evasion cases

Besides, the amendment will make it easier for Swiss authorities to extend help in matters related to 'group requests'.

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