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Black money: SIT to reveal details of action taken against HSBC accounts to Supreme Court

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By NewsGram Staff Writer

To give the fresh details of action taken against the Black Money, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) is expected to file a new status report in Supreme Court in a few days.

SIT had started the exercise of compiling facts for the report and the final data is expected to include the action taken by the Income Tax department in connection with the 628 HSBC bank cases, a news agency quoted.

It is expected that the SIT may file a report within the first fortnight of this month in the apex court.

The figures related to revenue collated in the 2014-15 fiscal by various agencies will also be a part of the report.

Earlier, the SIT panel headed by (retd) M B Shah had held two meetings to prepare a comprehensive report.

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Supreme Court Agrees to Look into TikTok Row

Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said he will look into the matter

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The Supreme Court on Monday said it will look into the order passed by the Madras High Court directing an interim ban on the video mobile application ‘TikTok’.

Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi sought urgent listing of the case. He said that the application had been downloaded on a major scale, has numerous users and an ex-parte interim order was passed against the start-up.

Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said he will look into the matter.

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TikTok has over 54 million monthly active users (MAUs) in India. Pixabay

Last week, a bench of Justices N. Kirubakaran and S.S. Sundar passed an interim order issuing directions to the government to prohibit downloading the mobile application. It also directed the media not to broadcast the videos made using it.

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The Madras High Court posed a query to the government. It asked whether the government will enact a statue, like the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act enacted by the US government, in order to prevent children becoming online victims. (IANS)