This cache of 13.4 million documents tumbled out 18 months after Panama Papers: both sets of data were obtained by German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and were investigated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) working in partnership with 96 news organisations. In India, The Indian Express, just as it did with the Panama Papers, investigated these records for over 10 months to come up with the India list. Here are the stories:
Result: 1- 8 out of 38 Article found
Paradise Papers: European Union pushes for first-ever blacklist of tax havens
The EU has struggled for over a year to finalise a list of non-EU tax havens, with countries such as Ireland, Malta and Luxembourg worried about scaring off firms headquartered in their low tax capitals
Paradise Papers live updates: More Indian corporates figure in leaks as govt calls for action
Paradise Papers live updates: Following part II of the Paradise Papers, published this morning in The Indian Express, we are tracking all the reactions, updates and news.
Out in open: Other Indian company owners in the list
A list of Indian company owners whose identities have been confirmed and addresses verified.
Paradise Papers: Second largest company in Appleby files is Khemka’s SUN, with 100 plus firms
While Nand Lal Khemka is shown as beneficiary or “officer” for 17 of these entities, one of his sons Shiv Vikram is shown as the “officer” of 104 entities and another, Uday Harsh Khemka, the “officer” for 102 offshore entities.
Paradise Papers: Questions raised, Hindujas took trust route to waive debt to group company
In the case of Hinduja Group, Appleby worked during 2014-15 to replace Jersey-based Rozel Trustees (Channel Islands) Limited and Novatrust Ltd as the trustee for The Acorn Trust.
Paradise Papers: Secrecy of tax havens smashed, says Jaitley, orders action; all to be probed, says tax chief
Paradise Papers: The announcement came hours after the release of the first set of Indian corporates in the ongoing investigation by The Indian Express in collaboration with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung.
Paradise Papers: Kalanithi Maran’s company was set to get Rs 563 crore when CBI moved in
In the share subscription agreement signed by the companies, as well as in the FIPB application, NDTV News Limited is listed as a shareholder/signatory.
Message for corporates, government: Secrecy has a cost, tax laws need to be simpler.
Paradise Papers: Congress demands resignation of MoS Jayant Sinha, BJP MP R K Sinha
Paradise Papers: “They are private people not in public life. They have said that they have made full disclosure in the public domain and it is now for the government to decide,” Congress communication department head Randeep Surjewala told The Indian Express.
Paradise Papers: Hindustan Times Group set up firm in Bermuda, showed Rs 7 cr loss
Paradise Papers: The annual report of Hindustan Times Limited for 2003-04 lists Go4i.com (Bermuda) as a subsidiary and shows that the company did not have any shareholding in the Bermuda-based entity.
Paradise Papers: Appleby waved a red flag on companies owned by Subhash Chandra
Asked to provide the certificate, Appleby top brass decided against it. One email said Rory Gorman, then managing director of Appleby Fiduciary Business (Bermuda), “has an objection and is not prepared to sign the attached form”.
Paradise Papers: Appleby links Network 18 to four offshore entities
Paradise Papers: Appleby data reveal earlier links of the Network 18 Group to four offshore entities — three of which have been listed in balance sheets by the company as subsidiaries.
Paradise Papers: Promoter firms pledge Zee shares to raise funds via offshore route
The loan, Appleby records state, was “indirectly backed by 46 million fully paid up equity shares” of Zee held by Essel Holdings Limited (EHL), making prepayment necessary “upon fall in stock price of Zee by more than 40% since inception”.
Paradise Papers: Late Caparo scion took Mauritius route to harness India wind energy
According to Appleby records, BVML is the holding company for Mytrah Energy India Limited (MEIL), incorporated on November 12, 2009 as Caparo Energy India Limited, which changed its name to MEIL on September 27, 2011.
Paradise Papers: Multi-agency group on Panama leak to probe details
The Paradise Papers is a cache of 13.4 million documents obtained by German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and investigated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) in partnership with The Indian Express.
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