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On August 29, xxxx, Google signed a deal under which GeoEye would supply them with imagery from a satellite,[71] and introduced the Map Maker tool, which allows any user to improve the map data seen by all.[70] On September 9, xxxx, a reverse business lookup feature was added.[70] On September 23, xxxx, information for the New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority was added.[70] On October 7, xxxx, GeoEye-1 took its first image, a bird's-eye view of Kutztown University in Pennsylvania.[72] On October 26, xxxx, reverse geocoding was added to the Maps API.[70] On November 11, xxxx, Street View in Spain, Italy, and France was introduced.[70] On November 23, xxxx, AIR support for the Maps API for Flash was added.[70] On November 25, xxxx, a new user interface for Street View was introduced.[70] On November 27, xxxx, maps, local business information, and local trends for China were introduced.[70] On December 9, xxxx, 2x Street View coverage was introduced.[70]Google announced on its Google Maps blog on May 15, xxxx that a new upgraded version of Google Maps is available for use by those registered Google users who request an invitation. The new Google Maps can create a customized map that is specific to the behavior of each user, revealing highlights that are based on the information that is entered, and providing useful local information such as restaurants. A new feature is a carousel that gathers all Google Maps imagery in one location and contains an Earth view that directly integrates the 3D experience from Google Earth into the new maps. The new version is also more closely connected to Google+ and the local businesses that are displayed are based on each user's Google+ network. Advertisements in the new Google Maps have been redesigned and short sections of advertisements are placed directly onto the map itself, alongside the business name.[89][90]In honor of the 36th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, xxxx, Google took public domain imagery of the Moon, integrated it into the Google Maps interface, and created a tool called Google Moon.[93] By default this tool, with a reduced set of features, also displays the points of landing of all Apollo spacecraft to land on the Moon. It also included an easter egg, displaying a Swiss cheese design at the highest zoom level, which Google has since removed.[citation needed] A recent collaborative project between NASA Ames Research Center and Google is integrating and improving the data that is used for Google Moon. This is the Planetary Content[94] Project. Google Moon was linked from a special commemorative version of the Google logo displayed at the top of the main Google search page for July 20, xxxx (UTC).[95]The Google Maps terms and conditions[118] state that usage of material from Google Maps is regulated by Google Terms of Service[119] and some additional restrictions. Google has either purchased local map data from established companies, or has entered into lease agreements to use copyrighted map data. The owner of the copyright is listed at the bottom of zoomed maps. For example street maps in Japan are leased from Zenrin. Street maps in China are leased from Mapabc. Russian street maps are leased from Geocentre Consulting and Tele Atlas. Data for North Korea is sourced from the companion project Google Map Maker.Google Maps can easily be manipulated by businesses which aren't physically located in the area they record a listing.[130] There are cases of people abusing Google Places to overtake their competition where they place a number of unverified listings on online directory sites knowing the information will roll across to Google (duplicate sites). The people that update these listings do not use a registered business name. Keywords and location details are placed on their Google Places business title which overtake credible business listings. In Australia in particular, genuine companies and businesses are noticing a disturbing trend of fake business listings in a variety of industries.[citation needed]There are some differences in frontier alignments between Google Ditu and Google Maps. On Google Maps, sections of the Chinese border with India and Pakistan are shown with dotted lines, indicating areas or frontiers in dispute. However, Google Ditu shows the Chinese frontier strictly according to Chinese claims with no dotted lines indicating the border with India and Pakistan. For example, the South Tibet region claimed by China but administered by India as a large part of Arunachal Pradesh is shown inside the Chinese frontier by Google Ditu, with Indian highways ending abruptly at the Chinese claim line. Google Ditu also shows Taiwan and the South China Sea Islands as part of China. As of May xxxx, Google Ditu's street map coverage of Taiwan also omits major state organs, such as the Presidential Palace, the five Yuans, and the Supreme Court.Why would they take away the immensely useful wikipedia layer? Why, to promote Google+ of course, which is about as useful and attractive as the windows 8 interface-, that is to say not at all. Almost every "more info" entry on the maps links to a google+ page with nothing more than address, maybe a picture and a review- completely useless. Nobody likes google+. I found the wikipedia layer great to identify historic and other interesting sites and points of interest, some of which didn't even have any other entry on google maps. Google- please bring back the wikipedia layer. Also, please bring back the real estate layer, yeah, thanks for killing that one too. By the way, the new maps and street view features are very clumsy to navigate. I think I will check out what Bing has to offer.Well, it was absolutely necessary for even basic use of the maps when looking at unpopulated places. Look for example at the border of Kyrgyzstan and China. Wikipedia layer contained a lot of points which were very helpful (even some small villages, direct links to Wikipedia description of mountains, glaciers, etc.), nowadays there are three mountains (and the most famous one is missing). I'm interested because I actually did some trekking there and wanted to have a look at where I was taking various pictures but it would be useful even for some preliminary trip planning. Good luck with Google+ filling in that gap.Thanks Gregory for taking us back to where it all started.The point is Google is always great at notifying user experience.The areas they see where users are not using it they start skipping it. Continuously testing new things and getting rid of old ones. In this tech era an online organization have to keep changing.They need to build the culture of change. Many Google places/business do not have wikipedia pages so its better to have local searches with out this option.Wikimapia is a collaborative Google Map, that allows everyone to share their knowledge about a location. Search for a location on the Wikimapia map and you can click on individual buildings, points of information and other features on the map. When you select a location on the map a sidebar opens with a description and photos of the location, as provided by the Wikimapia community. If you now want to learn more about a point of interest on Google Maps (and the location is lucky enough to have an icon) you can select it, click on the 'more info' link and be taken to it's usually empty page on Google+. So now on Google Maps instead of being able to click through to a useful Wikipedia article about a location you can instead visit an empty Google+ page.n the world of online mapping, it feels like things aren?t quite going in Google?s direction these days: Apple switched away from Google Maps to OpenStreetMap when it launched iPhoto for iOS. Foursquare, too, announced a similar switch just a few weeks ago and today, Wikipedia switched to OpenStreetMap in the latest versions of its iOS and Android apps.Wikipedia would probably qualify for a non-profit grant from Google and be able to use the service for free (or for a relatively small fee). For Wikipedia, however, this switch is actually more about using an ?open and free source of Map Data? than about money. Wikipedia?s Yuvi Panda also argues that not using Google?s proprietary APIs in the code ?helps it run on the millions of cheap Android handsets that are purely open source and do not have the proprietary Google applications.?Besides this switch to OpenStreetMap, the new versions of the Wikipedia apps also introduce a number of new features for both platforms. iOS users, for example, can now get search suggestions, save pages to Read It Later and perform full-text searches (these features were already available in the Android app). Android users only get a smaller update this time, which includes quick search bar integration and an improved tablet interface.Previous versions of our application used Google Maps for the nearby view. This has now been replaced with OpenStreetMap -- an open and free source of Map Data that has been referred to as "Wikipedia for Maps." This closely aligns with our goal of making knowledge available in a free and open manner to everyone. This also means we no longer have to use proprietary Google APIs in our code, which helps it run on the millions of cheap Android handsets that are purely open source and do not have the proprietary Google applications.The K5 robot, developed by Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Knightscope, is designed to be a surveillance robot for law enforcement, private security firms, schools and anything else looking for an extra set of eyes and ears on the ground. The 5-foot, 300-pound robot can roam autonomously, sending back real time data about an area with technology that does facial recognition, lidar mapping and 360-degree video. CNET's Kara Tsuboi got a closer look at what makes the K5 robot tick.Google Maps is great. I'm not ever switching over to the other guys. They shouldn't charge though. I don't see how they can improve the product in the long run with just a few extra bucks that substantiates a price hike or price in general in this case. What? Real time Google Maps view? With so much 'clutter' from competitors as well as Google themselves' platforms, finding an alternative that is free is easy as clicking inside of the Google search bar on your Android device, typing in maps, and hitting enter.You're right in the sense that we need to do some more looking at how things get paid for. In many cases we pay with our privacy. In other cases, we pay explicitly with a fee. Unfortunately, it's really hard in the software and web world to ensure that you get what you pay for. Sometimes a free product is better than a paid equivalent. Sometimes you buy commercial software and wonder why you are still paying for new versions years later that don't have any really useful new features besides being compatible with your updated OS. When you pay nothing, you may get nothing but at least you don't get ripped off. Companies that charge money need to be able to ensure that their product is not just better than the free alternatives but that the money is well spent on development and that this will continue to be the case. Few have been trustworthy and that's the reason why people have the attitude that they want stuff for free.You are pointing out the problem with short term Wall Street thinking. If a company stops focusing on having a good product that customers will buy for a profit and intead focuses on maximizing the profit that has a price. The price is that they start cutting out the things that made it a good product worth buying in the long run but gain some extra profits in the short run. Toyota vs. GM is the classic example. GM focused far to much on short term profits and Toyota focused on long term goals of making their cars worth buying. Toyota got profits and grwoth. GM went bankrupt and lost market share and it's reputation for making cars worth buying.Each of the popular search engines of the past (Excite, Lycos, Altavista, etc.) ended up giving biased search results and, therefore, loosing interest among web users. It was partly their own fault by making deals for advertising money and partly that the "search optimization" consultants figured out how to get around their algorithm and promote sites against the interests of end users. This process has taken longer with Google but it seems increasingly clear to me that their search results are more biased than they used to be. They have an inherent conflict of interest with their own advertising really developed an interest in Google Maps.My main focus is now Google Maps.I noticed that around many of our state's lakes subdivisions developed.They look so out of place there.Farm land purchased and built up.Condo units that look the same popping up all over the place.I can only see this as foreign aid misuse.Start a war to redirect the nation's attention then move there because drugs give you a bigger high there.Baghdad is one to see with maps.It looks like a computer built city.Disney World worked for me the first time that I used maps there.I was traveling right through Disney World,it was awesome,but the next day it was limited.The report suggests that non-tariff barriers to economic activity such as permits and licences, long delays in getting approvals from government agencies are an incentive to proceed with underground economy and hide black money. When one can not obtain a licence to undertake a legitimate activity, the transaction costs approach infinity, and create insurmountable incentives for unreported and unaccounted activities that will inevitably generate black money. The successive waves of economic liberalisation in India since xxxxs have encouraged compliance and taxes collected by the government of India have dramatically increased over this period. The process of economic liberalisation must be relentlessly continued to further remove underground economy and black money, suggests the report.[2]Certain vulnerable sectors of Indian economy are more prone to underground economy and black money than others. These sectors need systematic reforms. As example, the report offers gold trading, which was one of the major sources of black money generation and even crime prior to the reforms induced in that sector. While gold inflows into India have remained high after reforms, gold smuggling is no longer the menace as it used to be. Similar effective reforms of other vulnerable sectors like real estate, the report suggests can yield a significant dividend in the form of reducing generation of black money in the long term.The real estate sector in India constitutes about 11 per cent of its GDP. Investment in property is a common means of parking unaccounted money and a large number of transactions in real estate are not reported or are under-reported. This is mainly on account of very high levels of property transaction taxes, commonly in the form of stamp duty. High transaction taxes in property are one of the biggest impediments to the development of an efficient property market. Real estate transactions also involve complicated compliance and high transactions costs in terms of search, advertising, commissions, registration, and contingent costs related to title disputes and litigation. People of India find it easier to deal with real estate transactions and opaque paperwork by paying bribes and through cash payments and under-declaration of value. Unless the real estate transaction process and tax structure is simplified, the report suggests this source of black money will be difficult to prevent. Old and complicated laws such as the Urban Land Ceiling Regulation Act and Rent Control Act need to be repealed, property value limits and high tax rates eliminated, while Property Title Certification system dramatically simplified.[2]Mr Kejriwal, is a former joint commissioner of Income Tax whose wife is still in the government. He will be able to pin-point exactly which units and officers were in charge of this investigation. But then, it is not Mr Kejriwal?s job to do the work of government. It is the government that needs to account to the people of India, what action has been taken on the 700 names and which few people were targeted for recovery. In fact, the tax returns of some of the big names may also yield some clues. As Kejriwal and Prashant Bhushan correctly say, it is now for the government to explain to us and to the Parliament what action was taken in each of the 700 cases.Arvind Kejriwal is correct when he says that only a few people were selectively raided. But Mr Harish?s talk explains how and why this was done. He says that those who were resident Indians were raided. Those were Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) were only called in for questioning and many of the accounts were in the names of corporates and trusts, which, as the video reveals, dealt with the issue differently.Mr Harish?s illuminating talk clearly shows that all the 700 accounts need not have been dubious. He also indicates that many of them found clever and ingenious ways to set things right. Others had accounts reopened to pay up the tax and escape liability. The line of questioning adopted by the tax authorities was also explained in detail. He said the key was whether income had emanated form Indian transactions and operations or overseas businesses.The final part of Mr Harish?s talk is also very interesting. He shows how tax evasion is not unknown in the developing world and the US. Mr Harish explains in detail the US amnesty scheme which allows people to avoid prosecution by paying up a stiff penalty on a one time basis. But then, the Indian system works for tax evaders and we have had so many amnesty schemes over the 65 years of independence, that the Congress government in its previous stint at power has assured the Supreme Court that there will be no more amnesty. This is a trap that corrupt policy makers had created for themselves, while making no attempt to check the proliferation of black money.Kejriwal said, the list has names and amounts in bank accounts of Mukesh Ambani (Rs100 crore), Anil Ambani (Rs100 crore), Motech Software Pvt Ltd (a Reliance Group company) (Rs2,100 crore), Reliance Industries?RIL (Rs500 crore), Sandeep Tandon (Rs125 crore), Anu Tandon (Rs125 crore), Kokilaben Ambani (She has an account but there was no balance on that date), Naresh Kumar Goyal (Rs80 crore), Burmans (three family members) (Rs25 crore) and Yashovardhan Birla (no balance).In a statement, RIL denied all allegations made by Kejriwal against the company and its chairman and managing director Mukesh Ambani. "Neither Reliance Industries Ltd nor Mukesh Ambani have or had any illegitimate accounts anywhere in the world. Reliance Industries has business interests in several countries with turnover of thousands of crores in rupees. As a part of their normal business, these international subsidiaries of Reliance Industries deal with several global banks including HSBC. These accounts are fully compliant with all regulations and are disclosed in their appropriate jurisdictions and in India. The continued tirade of baseless allegations being made by IAC against us appears to be instigated by vested interests," the company said in the statement.The statements by the three reveal that HSBC is openly and brazenly running a hawala racket in India. "From their statements, it appears that perhaps it is easier to open a Swiss bank account than it is to open an account in SBI. You just need to contact HSBC in India. They would send someone to your home, who would get the forms filled up, take money in cash from you and your account would get opened in Geneva or Dubai. You don't need to go out of India to open an account. Likewise, you don't need to go abroad to operate your account. You are given the name and mobile number of someone in Geneva. If you have to deposit cash or withdraw money, you just call up that person. Immediately someone in India from HSBC would visit your house. If you have to deposit cash, you hand over the cash to that person. Corresponding amount in dollars would get credited to your account in Switzerland. If you have to withdraw money, that person would deliver that much cash to you," Kejriwal alleged.Vaibhav Dahake, an Indian who became a US citizen in xxxx, pleaded guilty to dodging US taxes on bank accounts that he maintained in India. US laws require its citizens to disclose any account of $10,000 (and above) and any income above $10 earned on it. Why was Mr Dahake foolish enough to believe that he would get away? In his guilty plea, he has described how it all started with an unsolicited approach from the Bank?s NRI Services Centre at New York. It spoke of high interest rates on bank deposits in India. Once they had Mr Dahake on the line, the officials encouraged him to maintain undeclared accounts in the British Virgin Islands and India (at Thane). He did so from xxxx to xxxx before getting caught.Mr Dahake told US authorities that the bank managers assured him that he did not have to provide his social security number or fill out any declaration forms. They also assured him that HSBC would not report income from the accounts to the US authorities. The real mischief stems from the fact that it was the bankers who laid out the modus operandi of dodging the US tax system. They asked him to wire multiple cheques of $10,000 to ?stay below the radar? of the IRS. Further, he was advised that he must wire funds out of the US by first converting them into other currencies; the bank managers assured him that the fund transfer would not be routed through the US banking system. It had further advice on how to fly below the IRS radar, to take money back to the US. HSBC had access to Mr Dahake?s Mumbai account through a formal consent from which it offered to issue him cheques of $9,500 each. It also warned that he ought to withdraw just $2,000 at a time and carry some of the money in travellers? cheques to avoid detection by the Reserve Bank of India as well. That is why the US lawsuit names HSBC managers at Thane and New York as co-conspirators and not defendants. Given how well-oiled the operation was, it is hard to believe that these were rogue managers acting on their own to help customers beat the law. That is probably why HSBC swiftly shut down its two NRI Service Centres in the US. At the time of going to press, Josephine Bhasin, another HSBC client in New York, had pleaded guilty to dodging taxes on $8.30 million. The New Jersey court documents in Mr Dahake?s case make it clear why the IRS feels confident about finding a few thousand Dahakes at HSBC alonIn January this year, the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) accused Vaibhav Dahake, an Indian-American, of dodging taxes by sending his savings to undeclared bank accounts in India. Specifically, based on Mr Dahake?s confession, IRS zeroed in on the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) and five of its employees for helping him to evade taxes. The IRS has now followed up the confession by seeking a court order to ensure that HSBC gives it a list of all Indian-Americans who have more than $10,000 in NRI bank accounts in India. According to media reports, the IRS believes there are ?9,000 high net worth Indian US residents who maintain at least $100,000 in their bank accounts in HSBC India but only 1,921 of them have disclosed details of their accounts.? The IRS reportedly told a US court that HSBC has been actively soliciting clients of Indian origin through its ?NRI Services Division? since xxxx. It is also looking at as many as 18,000 accounts on suspicion of tax dodging. What makes the situation tough for HSBC is that Mr Dahake and others under investigation have reportedly told the IRS that the Bank had ?assured? them that it would not report the income earned on Indian deposits to the US authorities. More importantly, bankers believe that the US is planning to pressure HSBC, exactly as it did with UBS, where its investigation into tax evasion forced the Swiss bank to abandon its famous guarantee of secrecy and reveal names of 5,000 American clients to the authorities and pay $780 million in settlement. It means that the IRS could expand its investigation to other Asian and European banks to track American tax-dodgers. Isn?t it interesting then, that the action has found just an innocuous mention in most leading newspapers? Is the action not newsworthy? Not really. It is fairly common knowledge that thousands of Indians, who have migrated and acquired foreign citizenship, continue to maintain assets and bank accounts in India. Nobody is really surprised at foreign banks helping Indians dodge taxes by parking them in Indian accounts, just as they help Indians park their tax-evaded money in overseas tax havens. If foreign banks, through their private banking, offer a full complement of services, including investment advice, legal documentation and creation of multiple overseas corporate structures/shell companies to obfuscate money trails in hawala transactions, why wouldn?t they offer the same to those looking for the reverse trip? These are two sides of the same coin, except that the tax-evaded money going out of India is significantly larger than the relatively puny business of helping overseas Indians to salt away some money here.Some commentators were surprised at the US expanding its action with a ?John Doe? filing, because India is not a tax haven. But consider the temptations for Indians living overseas. The exchange rate always works in their favour when they visit India, in terms of purchasing power parity. For income earned in low-interest-low-inflation regimes, India?s high interest rate is also a big bonanza; the exchange rate is a risk, but not a big one when the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) ensures tight control over the rupee. Add to this is the fact that many Indians acquire foreign citizenship only for economic security and find it difficult to cut their bonds with the home country. A stash of money in India that is steadily earning high returns (relative to their home countries) as well as an apartment or property in India is a kind of security blanket. If, in this scenario, a banker dangles another carrot and offers not to tell the IRS about their domestic accounts, then the temptation must be huge. However, not all foreign citizens of Indian origin bank with foreign banks. Many, who have migrated to Canada, Australia and New Zealand as adults (Vaibhav Dahake became an American citizen only in xxxx), have not closed their domestic accounts in national banks or even cooperative banks. While Mr Dahake transferred foreign earnings into domestic accounts, most others are smarter. The domestic account is usually topped up with Indian cousins or relatives paying them locally for the purchase of the latest gaming gizmo, or a nifty iPad/iPhone before its Indian launch, etc. This ensures a nice supply of spending money in India during their holidays and family visits. Sources say that lack of automation and lax government machinery helps, because many have not even surrendered PAN (permanent account number) cards and other domestic identity proof. Ironically, even the Unique Identification (UID) number will not help, because the UID is not applicable to Indian citizens, but resident Indians (a strange and questionable decision). This happy scenario will, of course, end if the Tax Information Network (TIN) is used effectively to track all deposits exceeding Rs10,000. Today, the TIN data is used mainly in cases that come up for scrutiny. Also, without the active connivance of banks, it will be impossible for foreign citizens to open new bank accounts in India if the Know Your Customer (KYC) data is correctly scrutinised. However, rampant corruption in the tax department and the pressure on bank managers to meet impossibly high targets will always offer plenty of opportunities to continue to maintain dubious tax-dodging accounts. In HSBC?s case, the deposit was apparently canvassed through its two NRI cells in the US (which have been quickly shut down after the investigation began). This can only mean that Mr Dahake was lured through deliberate mis-selling. The question then is: Will the US (or, for that matter, Canada, Australia and New Zealand) succeed in extracting their legitimate tax dues from Indians who have become citizens of those countries for economic benefit? It seems difficult. They will need to pressure the Indian government to get domestic banks to part with the information?definitely for banks that did not actively canvass tax-evasion through NRI deposits. It is hard to imagine that such cooperation will be anything more than lip-service, given the rampant corruption in India. Has our government ensured that its citizens pay taxes correctly? The number of taxpayers in India is laughable compared to the spending patterns in urban India. Our enforcement agencies allow massive malls selling only ?smuggled goods? to operate openly without any action; citizens? lament about the high cash component in realty has been ignored since Independence and jewellers dotting every part of India are not touched, although most of their business is in cash. After all, the biggest tax-evaders are our politicians and government officials who need cash to buy votes or appointments to ?lucrative? posts. Also, it is hard to imagine that the US will get serious cooperation from the Indian government for tracking its relatively small pool of tax-evaded money sitting in Indian banks, when it is doing nothing to bring back billions of dollars of money stashed overseas by the richest Indian businessmen, politicians and bureaucrats. Even civil society, which is fighting corruption in India, will be more concerned about Indian money stashed in global tax havens. As for HSBC?s shady role in the US tax dodge?that is altogether another matter and is discussed elsewhere in this issue.The latest set of revelations from India Against Corruption (IAC) and Arvind Kejriwal turns the spotlight squarely on the important issue of unaccounted money hoarded in banks abroad. Back in July xxxx, the French government handed over a compact disc with details of 700 secret bank accounts held by Indians at HSBC Bank in Geneva. Yet for almost a year, the government staved off pressure from the Opposition and civil society to act on the dossier until May this year when the then Finance Minister, Pranab Mukherjee, released a White Paper on black money. The paper revealed that Indian citizens held deposits adding up to Rs 23,373 crore in Swiss banks in xxxx. By xxxx, this had come down to Rs 9,295 crore, ostensibly because part of the money had come back to India through the hawala route or was simply masquerading as foreign investment in the stock market. While the paper highlights the scale of the problem it still does not address the question of what exactly the dossier contained. Who were these 700 account holders? What were their holdings and how did they acquire that money? IAC?s latest exposé also raises important questions about the role of HSBC in allegedly laundering money through what amounts to hawala transactions. The charge that the bank would take cash in rupees for a deposit in dollars in its branch abroad and later reverse the transaction in similar fashion, all without anything on paper, is certainly worrying. This process, which three individuals in the list of 700 apparently admitted to using, clearly falls into a pattern given that HSBC is already under investigation in the U.S., where it is facing a $1.5 billion fine for money-laundering, and in the U.K., where it is being probed for opening offs* bank accounts for dodgy individuals and even well-known personalities. Given this, there is little doubt that the government needs to investigate the role of the bank in India and importantly, tie this in with the specific information received from France. To be sure, not every foreign bank account is illegitimate. But this fact cannot be established unless the government goes into the details of each of those accounts. A Finance Ministry statement on Saturday indicated that relevant agencies are indeed probing the matter. While that is reassuring, it is best if the broad results of this probe ? including details of punitive action taken, if any ? are made public as soon as possible.Amitabh Thakur and Nutan Thakur said that many of the facts presented in the Press Note of IAC prima-facie seem to constitute the offence under section 3 of the Prevention Of Money-Laundering Act, xxxx (PMLA) and section 13 of Foreign Exchange Management Act, xxxx (FEMA). Section 3 of PMLA is related with projecting any money generated through crime as untainted property while section 13 of FEMA is related with contravention of any provision of this Act. Under section 8 of PMLA, on receipt of a complaint, if the Adjudicating Authority has reason to believe that any person has committed an offence under section 3, he may initiate the proceedings under this Act. Similarly section 16 of FEMA is related with Appointment of Adjudicating Authority for offences under that Act. That the two petitioners present a very serious matter associated with black money and hawala transactions in assistance with Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd. (HSBC) which has come up in the allegations made by two prominent anti-corruption activists of India, Sri Arvind Kejriwal and Sri Prashant Bhushan of ?India Against Corruption?, A-119, First Floor, Kaushambi, Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh: xxxx10, Landline Number: xxxx-xxxx701, xxxx237, Telefax Number: xxxx-xxxx017,Email: indiaagainstcorruption.xxxx@gmail.com.That among other things, they alleged that in July xxxx, Indian Government received a list of roughly 700 people having bank accounts in HSBC, Geneva. The list contains bank balances of these people in xxxx. They gave the names of the following persons who had black money stashed in Swiss Banks- Mukesh Dhirubhai Ambai ? Rs 100 crores , Anil Dhirubhai Ambani ? Rs 100 crores , Motech Software Private Ltd (Reliance Group company) ? Rs 2,100 crores , Reliance Industries Ltd ? Rs 500 crores , Sandeep Tandon ? Rs 125 crores , Anu Tandon ? Rs 125 crores , Kokila Dhirubhai Ambani ? She has an account but there was no balance on that date , Naresh Kumar Goyal ? Rs 80 crores , Burmans (3 family members) ? Rs 25 crores , Yashovardhan Birla ? no balanceThat the Press Note talks of statements of three persons Shri Parminder Singh Kalra S/o Shri Avtar Singh Kalra, A-29, Friends Colony,New Delhi, Shri Praveen Sawhney S/o Shri Bhushan Lal Sawhney, 6,Link Road, Jungpura Extn, New Delhi and Shri Vikram Dhirani S/o Shri V.K. Dhirani, C-229, Indl. Area, Bulandsahar Road, Ghaziabad, U.P.That many of the facts Sri Kejriwal and Sri Bhushan have presented in their Press Note prima-facie seem to constitute the offences under The Prevention Of Money-Laundering Act, xxxx (Act 15 Of xxxx) (An Act to prevent money-laundering and to provide for confiscation of property derived from, or involved in, money-laundering and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto)
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Friday
1/17/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Eric Church
Sprint Center
Kansas City, MO
Saturday
1/18/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Martina McBride
SAP Center
San Jose, CA
Thursday
1/30/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Miranda Lambert
Valley View Casino Center (Formerly San Diego Sports Arena)
San Diego, CA
Friday
1/31/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Miranda Lambert
MGM Grand Garden Arena
Las Vegas, NV
Saturday
2/1/xxxx
8:00 PM
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George Strait & Martina McBride
US Airways Center
Phoenix, AZ
Friday
2/7/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Martina McBride
Staples Center
Los Angeles, CA
Saturday
2/8/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Little Big Town
Palace Of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, MI
Friday
2/14/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Little Big Town
Nationwide Arena
Columbus, OH
Saturday
2/15/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Martina McBride
Wells Fargo Center - PA
Philadelphia, PA
Friday
2/28/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Martina McBride
Prudential Center
Newark, NJ
Saturday
3/1/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Vince Gill
KFC Yum! Center
Louisville, KY
Friday
3/7/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Vince Gill
Allstate Arena
Rosemont, IL
Saturday
3/8/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Sheryl Crow
Bridgestone Arena (Formerly Sommet Center)
Nashville, TN
Friday
3/21/xxxx
8:00 PM
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George Strait & Sheryl Crow
Philips Arena
Atlanta, GA
Saturday
3/22/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait, Lee Ann Womack & Merle Haggard
INTRUST Bank Arena
Wichita, KS
Friday
4/4/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait, Lee Ann Womack & Merle Haggard
Pepsi Center - Denver
Denver, CO
Saturday
4/5/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Chris Young
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter
Portland, OR
Friday
4/11/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Chris Young
Tacoma Dome
Tacoma, WA
Saturday
4/12/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Ronnie Dunn
Wells Fargo Arena - IA
Des Moines, IA
Friday
4/18/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait & Ronnie Dunn
Bank Of Oklahoma Center
Tulsa, OK
Saturday
4/19/xxxx
7:30 PM
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Bayou Country Superfest - 3 Day Pass
Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge, LA
Friday
5/23/xxxx
TBD
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Bayou Country Superfest: George Strait, Reba McEntire & Chris Young
Tiger Stadium - Baton Rouge
Baton Rouge, LA
Friday
5/23/xxxx
6:00 PM
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George Strait, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
Gillette Stadium
Foxborough, MA
Saturday
5/31/xxxx
7:30 PM
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George Strait, Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney & Faith Hill
AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
Saturday
6/7/xxxx
TBD
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