Cyber security cases are skyrocketing in India, making India the third most wedged by network attacks in the world. According to the latest information, till June 2022, India has reported more than 6,74,000 cyber security cases—almost 3,700 cyber attacks a day!
The recent verdict of the apex court of Switzerland makes it viable for foreign governments to chase alleged tax evaders. India now has the information and the regulations. How the information is deployed and the law invoked will decide the wisdom or maturity of the tax administration
In its newest conflict with the government of India, Twitter has opposed a series of blocking orders issued by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on the grounds that they are “procedurally and substantially deficient” and violate the provisions of Section 69A of the IT Act 2000.
The introduction of 30% tax on digital assets has impacted the crypto industry, leading to trading volumes in main crypto exchanges plunging by 90% and entrepreneurs in the Web 3.0 space shifting base abroad
Considering media reports and complaints enrolled by consumers on the National Consumer Helpline (NCH), the central government has convened a meeting of restaurant proprietors to discuss matters relating to service charges imposed by them.
The majority of Indians remember only one thing when three words “biometric information”, “unique identification system” and “controversy” are used collectively in a sentence—the Aadhaar card. Things have gone wrong for this significant identity card that every Indian is obliged to process.