Black money in foreign banks: SC issues notice to Centre (India)

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Tuesday issued notice to the Centre on a plea seeking disclosure of certain vital documents in connection with the issue of black-money stashed in foreign banks.

The apex court sought the response from the government on allegations by eminent jurist Ram Jethmalani and others that authorities were withholding vital documents relating to the case.

Black Money

Black Money

Meanwhile, Solicitor General Gopal Subramanium placed before a bench headed by Chief Justice K G Balakrishnan, the status report, in sealed cover, relating to investigations carried by the Enforcement Directorate against Pune-based businessman Hasan Ali Khan against whom the Directorate has lodged a complaint for violating the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).

During the hearing, the SG said the status report will indicate that Letters Rogatories have been issued to some countries in connection with the case of Khan.

The court posted the matter for hearing in December. The PIL filed by Jethmalanai and five others, including former Punjab DGP K P S Gill and former Secretary General of Lok Sabha Subhash Kashyap, have alleged that the government was not taking action to bring back black-money stashed in foreign banks.

9 Tips to find your next job & keep yourself alive during job search

1. Network! Think of the people you know — relatives, friends, professors, classmates, co-workers at summer jobs, and others. Make more of an effort to meet with people, and use these conversations to ask their advice, to make them aware of your job search, to learn more about their jobs or their organizations, and to get the names of others who might be useful in your job search.

2. Target your Résumé. Make sure your résumé is targeted to the employers who receive it. Make sure your résumé is easy to read and the most important details stand out. Make more than one résumé if you are applying to more than one industry.

3. Be prepared. You should have a copy of your résumé at all times. It is also a good idea to have fresh copies of your résumé prepared in case you are called to an interview at the last minute.

4. Create a contact database. Write down all the employers you contact, the date you sent your résumé, any contact made, people you talk to, and notes about those contacts. Keep a notepad with you at all times — take notes as soon as you hear about an opportunity or when you leave an interview. Get into the habit of updating your database daily.

5. Learn how to talk about yourself. Throughout your job search you will speak with many people at different levels. You must be comfortable having conversations about yourself with other people. Keep in mind that you never know who may end up being useful to your job hunt.

6. Prepare an elevator speech. You never know who you’ll meet in an elevator, in line at the coffee shop, or on the street. Know what your skills are and how to communicate them. You should be able to tell prospective employers and others you meet what you can offer. You should also be able to talk about how your skills relate to the industries that interest you.

7. Find out all there is about employers in your field. Remain current on any issues or developments in the field, read trade journals or professional publications, and read the newspaper. It is extremely impressive during an interview if you know about the latest merger or coup in the industry.

8. Follow-up with leads immediately. If you find out about a position late in the day, call right then. Don’t wait until the next day.

9. Stay confident. Job hunting takes time and energy. Remain confident, but prepare yourself for challenges ahead. Don’t get disgruntled if you are still looking for a job and it seems like everyone you know has an offer. Most students find their jobs after graduation.





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Age: Not exceeding 25 yrs. Relaxable for SC/ST/Ex-servicemen and Central Government employees.

Subjects for Examination: Written test.

Paper 1: (Objective type)

· General Knowledge
· Arithmetic
· English Usage.

Paper II: (Descriptive type)

General English consisting of essay, and precise writing etc.
Successful candidates are called for Interview.

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Male: Height: 165 cms. Chest: 81-86 cms. Weight: 50 kg. or according to height.
Female: Height: 157 cms. Weight: according to height but not less than 46 kg.

Subjects for Examination

The selection process consists of three parts:

Part 1: Written examination (300 marks).

Paper I: (200 marks).

· General Awareness
· General intelligence and Reasoning
· Numerical Ability

Paper- II: (100 marks).

· Essay: In Hindi or English
· Precise writing (English)
· Comprehension of a given passage in English

Part-II: Physical Efficiency Test:

100 m race.
800 m race.
Long Jump (3 chances).
High Jump (3 chances).
Shot Put (7.26 Kg) (3 chances)
16 sec.
3 mins.
3.50 m.
1.05 m.
4.50 m.
18 sec.
4 mins.
3 m.
0.90 m.
Not for Women

(Failure even in one item of this test will amount to disqualification).

Part III:

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Apply to: Secretary, Special Selection Board (CPOs), Directorate General, CRPF, Block I, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi 110003.

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