How Goldman Sachs V-P siphoned off Rs 38 cr



Based on a complaint by the legal head of the company Abhishek Parsheera, a case under various IPC sections including criminal breach of trust and cheating was registered against the two.



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Apple may finally dip its toes in Indian retail pool



Still, the earliest India will get to experience Apple online will be early 2020 and the company’s first fully-owned signature store should be up around 2022 — almost two decades after it had opened its first store worldwide, writes Nivedita Mookerji.



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SoBo's Tardeo is India's costliest residential area



Worli and Mahalaxmi in Mumbai Metropolitan Region are placed at second and third positions with average housing prices of Rs 41,500 and Rs 40,000 per sq ft, respectively.



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Off-duty pilots can travel in cockpit jump seat



A DGCA official clarified that while Tuesday’s order does permit off-duty pilots and off-duty cabin crew members to travel in the cockpit’s jump seat, they will have to still undergo pre-flight alcohol test just like the pilots flying the plane.



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IT sector sees highest-ever hires in AMJ quarter



Industry experts are of the opinion that the spurt in recruitment happened as IT services firms went aggressive on hiring in anticipation of a strong demand environment.



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Will WhatsApp do a Jio in the m-payment sector?



Ever since the Facebook-owned messaging platform said it would loop a payments feature into its hugely popular app in the country, the market is aflutter with talks of an impending overhaul, even though the feature is still to launched in the country, reports Yuvraj Malik.



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Govt sacks 22 more tax officials for corruption



Sources said the action was in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort when he said some black sheep in the tax administration may have misused their powers and harassed taxpayers, either by targeting honest assesses or by taking excessive action for minor or procedural violations.



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CBDT to probe CCD founder's death



CBDT has sought explanation from B R Balakrishnan, former director-general of I-T (investigation wing) and former principal chief commissioner of I-T for Karnataka and Goa, who had ordered attachment of CCD’s shares when he was in charge of the Bengaluru region. He retired last month.



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Coffee, conversations and that CCD connect



Siddhartha many customers who grew up on coffee and conversations at his cafes mourned his death and disagreed that he had failed. Some said it was the place they first thought of their ‘big idea’.



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