Second case of coronavirus infection conﬁrmed in Kerala
- India’s second case of the novel coronavirus (nCoV) infection was conﬁrmed in Alappuzha, Kerala, after a student, admitted to the isolation ward of the Government Medical College, tested positive on Sunday.
- Oﬃcials in Kerala said a total of eight suspected cases had been admitted to isolation wards at the Government Medical College Hospital and General Hospital in Alappuzha.
- the Union government temporarily suspended the e-visa facility for Chinese and foreigners residing in China. Indian citizens have been asked to refrain from travel to China and warned that in case of travel on return from China, they could be quarantined.
Money earned in India by NRIs will be taxed, says Nirmala
- The Finance Bill has proposed three major changes to prevent tax abuse by citizens who don’t pay taxes anywhere in the world — reducing the number of days that an Indian citizen can be granted non-resident status for tax purposes from 182 to 120; citizens who don’t pay taxes anywhere will be deemed to be a resident; and the deﬁnition of ‘not ordinarily resident’ has been tightened.
- “Let’s say an NRI, living in Dubai or elsewhere, is not taxed for his income there, but has some earnings through something in India for which he doesn’t pay tax here. We are saying, for that income which is generated in India, pay a tax,” she said.