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Zoho cofounder Sridhar Vembu returns to India: faces allegations of abandoning family

Sridhar Vembu- the CEO and co-founder of Zoho, who recently left California and returned to India, has been facing allegations of abandoning his wife, Pramila Srinivasan and their child.

EU lays down guidelines for CBI Programmes: A push for higher security, stronger standards

The EU Commission urges strict principles for Citizenship by Investment programmes, enhancing security and standards, with Ylva Johannsen appointed as oversight head.

St Kitts and Nevis enhances CBI standards reinforcing quality over quantity

St Kitts and Nevis emphasizes quality over quantity in its revamped Citizenship by Investment Programme, safeguarding international reputation through stringent vetting, escrow arrangements, and equitable project valuations, demonstrating a strategic commitment to high standards.

Dominica: Cable Car set to take island past Caribbean region in tourism footfall

Dominica Cable Car, set to be world's longest, is predicted to propel the island past Caribbean peers in tourism footfall.

Mehul Choksi Case: Two Years of Investigation, No Abduction Proof

Explore the latest updates and key findings in the Mehul Choksi disappearance case, as investigators continue to search for answers amidst conflicting claims and a lack of concrete evidence.

Demands for Khalistan: A Closer Look at the Past, Present, and Future

The demand for Khalistan, a separate state for Sikhs in India, has been a contentious issue for decades. While some individuals support the movement, claiming it would provide greater autonomy and a sense of identity to Punjab, others argue that it would be detrimental to the state's economy, national security, and social fabric. In this article, we explore the history of the movement, its current situation, and the potential implications of its demands being met. Additionally, we examine the role of propaganda in fueling support for Khalistan and highlight the perspectives of intellectuals who oppose the idea.

Interpol takes back red corner notice against Mehul Choksi

The Indian Fugitive Mehul Choksi finally succeeded in getting rid of Interpol’s Red Corner Notice.

Disappearance of Mehul Choksi from Antigua and Barbuda – An investigative report of Kenneth Rijock

The news of the disappearance of Indian business Mehul Choksi who had fled to Antigua and Barbuda in 2018 following allegations of fraud and money laundering in India has created a cloud of confusion in May 2021.

Outrage erupts as Randall and Rittner Service Charges Double at The Tower

This article covers the controversy surrounding the recent dramatic increase in service charges at The Tower, a building managed by Randall and Rittner. Many residents are protesting against the sharp rise and have created a WhatsApp group to discuss their concerns.

Hamilton Reserve Bank used fake attributes of Prime Minister in paid press release

The Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew has refuted an attribute made about him in a paid press release that was disseminated on ‘Businesswire’ and other news websites across the world concerning Hamilton Reserve Bank.

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