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Philadelphia and Richmond (Reporting by Elizabeth Barber in Boston; Writing by Barbara Goldberg; Editing by Kevin Liffey) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed New Delhi: As global ripples spread Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday ordered a multi-agency team to investigate the ‘Panama Papers’ expose which names 500 Indians for alleged offshore holdings and vowed to take action against all unlawful accounts held abroad Within hours of the news break India’s rich and famous made it to world headlines as the revelations sparkedworldwideinvestigations India’s prime minister Narendra Modi/ AFP In its explainer on the Panama Papers CNN says the leaked documents do not necessarily indicate illegal activity Among the 500 Indians named for secret offshore dealings Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan also find mention in documents recovered from Mossack Fonseca a law firm based in tax haven Panama Business Standard says the report suggests that many of the Indians featured in this leak and who set up these offshore entities prior to 2013 "are likely in violation of the Reserve Bank of India’s Liberalised Remittance Scheme — introduced in February 2004" Writing in The Indian Express Ritu Sarin says one of the names that pop up in the Panama Papers is that of Iqbal Mirchi who’s dead and gone 3 years ago Mirchi was on Mumbai Police’s most wanted list for his links to underworld don Dawood Ibrahim "A multi-agency group is being formed to monitor the black money trail" Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said here after the expose was published in The Indian Express "Details of the assets worth Rs6500 crore has already been found" he added As per a statement issued by his ministry the probe team will comprise officers from the Central Board of Direct Taxes’ Financial Intelligence Unit its Tax Research Unit as also officials from the Reserve Bank of India "The group will monitor the flow of information in each one of the case The government will take all the necessary actions as required to get maximum information from all sources including from foreign governments to help in the investigation process" the statement added The journalists’ consortium had said late on Sunday that its members and more than 100 other news organisations around the globe have found offshore links of some of the planet’s most prominent people The list included over 500 Indians The details of the Indians with such offshore funds were published in The Indian Express But whether or not such funds exist and also if they were illegal is what the probe team ordered by Modi is expected to look into "In terms of size the Panama Papers is likely the biggest leak of inside information in history – more than 115 million documents – and it is equally likely to be one of the most explosive in the nature of its revelations" the consortium said of its investigation published In the context of the commitment of the central government to bring out undisclosed money both from abroad and from within the country information brought out by any investigative journalism was welcome the finance ministry said The ministry said in the past too based on the investigations by ICIJ in 2013 — that showed the links of 700 Indians with business connection with off-shore entities — the agencies of the government were able to identify 434 persons as Indian residents It also said 184 persons admitted their relationship with such off-shore entities/transactions "Although in the previous report of ICIJ information relating to financial transactions/bank accounts was not available the government authorities have detected credit in the undisclosed foreign accounts of such Indian persons in excess of Rs2000 crores" As a consequence 52 prosecution complaints have been filed against the alleged offenders so far "The government is committed to detecting and preventing the generation of black money In this context the expose of Panama Papers will further help the government in meeting the objective" the finance ministry added The government expressed concern that tax havens were making countries like India suffer tax losses "The recent initiative of ‘Base Erosion’ and ‘Profit Shifting’ (BEPS) will help India and other countries in checking the practice of tax-avoidance through such tax havens India is also fully committed to the BEPS initiative" In India The Indian Express ran several pages of the investigation reports alleging among other names Bollywood superstarts Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai being directors in companies in Panama The two did not immediately respond despite efforts to contact them Aishwarya Rai’s media adviser told the newspaper that the information was false The spokesperson for Aishwarya Rai said "no" when IANS asked her if she intended to issue a statement Among those named in the report were Sameer Gehlaut of India Bulls and KP Singh of DLF Vinod Adani elder brother of industrialist Gautam Adani politician Shishir Bajoria from West Bengal and Anurag Kejriwal of Loksatta Party were also alleged to have set up companies in tax havens Bajoria told the paper that that "erroneous beneficial owner information" was given by mistake The Express said it had carried out the investigations spread over eight months with several global newspapers Many of the other persons named in the Express reports responded some denying while others maintaining that they had worked within the laws of the country Among the global leaders named were 12 current and former world leaders including Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s family members It also sought to reveal how associates of Russian President Vladimir Putin secretly shuffled as much as $2 billion through banks and shadow firms In Russia the state-run media organisations were silent on the subject In Pakistan however Sharif’s son Hussain told Geo News that his family had not done anything wrong With IANS Tamil Nadu is eagerly waiting for the 16 September hearing of the Supreme Court: the state is hoping that the court will force Karnataka to release more water to start its summer paddy crop Last Monday’s ruling by the court ensured that Tamil Nadu only got136 tmcft (thousand million cubic feet) of water over ten days while it wants at least 35 more But before 16 September Karnataka will go to the Supreme Court asking for a "modification" of its order to release 15000 cusecs (cubic feet per second) of water which over ten days amounts to 136 tmcft But what is of immediate concern to both Tamil Nadu and Karnataka is how the Cauvery Supervisory Committee will view the whole thing The Supreme Court has asked this official committee to look into Tamil Nadu’s demand for more water before September 16 Both states are rushing to the committee with their own sets of statistics related to the availability of — and their respective needs for — the Cauvery water Karnataka has an even bigger expectation on 18 October That’s when the petitions filed by Karnataka Tamil Nadu and others challenging the 2007 award of the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal are expected to come up for a final hearing A woman by the banks of Cauvery Reuters In fact the Tribunal’s water allocations had fallen short of the expectations of both the important Cauvery basin states Karnataka was awarded 270 tmcft against its demand for 465 and Tamil Nadu got 419 tmcft while it wanted 562 An important reason why Karnataka has decided not to defy the latest Supreme Court order to release water to Tamil Nadu is that it didn’t want to spoil the bigger case coming up on 18 October Karnataka defied directives twice before once in 2002 and then in 2012 Both times Tamil Nadu rushed to the Supreme Court with contempt petitions to get water In the coming weeks the apex court will also rule on other petitions including one from Tamil Nadu demanding the constitution of a Cauvery Management Board to execute water allocation Clearly bigger battles are ahead in the water war and the indications are that Prime Minister Narendra Modi may find himself tossed into the crossfire between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu at some point In the latest episode of the dispute the Modi government has so far been a mute spectator but that is likely to end soon There are at least two ways this can happen One depends on what the Cauvery Supervisory Committee will say Headed by the Union Water Resources secretary the committee consists of the Chief Secretaries of Tamil Nadu Karnataka Kerala and Puducherry besides officials of the Central Water Commission It will be nowhere near finding a solution but its observations will be a key input for judges for arriving at their final ruling on Tamil Nadu’s immediate demand on 16 September The committee’s recommendations may not leave either of the states or even both of them happy So either Karnataka or Tamil Nadu ruled by the Congress and AIADMK respectively or both will point accusing fingers at the Centre—Modi in other words Another development that could see Modi in a fix is Tamil Nadu’s petition demanding the constitution of the Cauvery Management Board The Supreme Court refused to give this petition an urgent hearing and put it off to a later date The Tribunal had recommended the setting up of this Board on the lines of Bhakra-Beas Management Board for implementation of the 2007 award The Board in turn was expected to form a Cauvery Water Regulation Committee to assist it Karnataka is dead set against constitution ofsuch a board for fear that it will infringe on its freedom to manage its own water and dams and the centre made no move to constitute it? The “Paa” actor also took to his official blog to wish the star and he even shared a montage of his photographs with Rajinikanth, his good friend and “Hum” co-star Amitabh Bachchan has wished the “phenomena” good health and happiness.” a statement at the weekend said.5 levels as high as 634 micrograms per cubic metre.

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