ED Current Affairs, GK & News
The Delhi High Court has ruled that Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) prevails over the Bankruptcy Act and insolvency code when it comes to attachment of properties obtained as ‘proceeds of crime’. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had challenged the orders of PMLA appellate tribunal on the pleas of various banks. PMLA Tribunal had held that ..
Category: Legal & Constitution Current Affairs
Topics: CLAT • Delhi High Court • ED • Enforcement Directorate • IBC • Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code • PMLA • Prevention of Money Laundering Act • RDBA • Recovery of Debt and Bankruptcy Act • SARFAESI Act • Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Securities Interest Act
The Union Home Ministry has announced setting up of a Terror Monitoring Group (TMG) to ensure synergised and concerted action against terror financing and terror-related activities in Jammu and Kashmir. Mandate of the Terror Monitoring Group Taking action against hardcore sympathisers among government employees including teacher’s etc providing overt or covert support to such activities. ..
Topics: CBDT • CBI • CBIC • Central Board of Direct Taxes • Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs • ED • Enforcement Directorate • IB • Intelligence Bureau • Jammu and Kashmir • NIA • Terror Financing • Terror Monitoring Group • Union Home Ministry
The Karnataka High Court has quashed the order of Enforcement Directorate (ED) which froze the bank accounts of Greenpeace India. The court noted that the validity of the ED order has lost its efficacy on account of efflux of time as the period of 60 days has expired. The accounts of the Greenpeace India were frozen on ..
Topics: DDIIPL • Direct Dialogue Initiatives India Pvt Ltd • ED • Enforcement Directorate • Environmental conservation • FEMA • Foreign Exchange Management Act • Greenpeace India • Karnataka High Court
A PIL has been filed in the Supreme Court by advocate Manohar Lal Sharma challenging the government’s notification authorising 10 central agencies to intercept, monitor and decrypt any computer system. What was the Order of the Home Ministry? As per the notification of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs, 10 central probe and snoop agencies ..