23 May 2018, Edition - 1044, Wednesday
- Indian Air Force Cheetah helicopter crash-lands in Natha Top in Jammu and Kashmir
- NHRC takes cognizance of Tuticorin violence, issues notice to Tamil Nadu Chief Secretary and DGP
- The Madras High Court directed Vedanta to stop the construction of the second unit of Sterlite copper smelter plant
- Tamil Nadu government forms judicial commission to probe Tuticorin violence
- J&K: Grenade attack in Bijbehara as 7 civilians were injured
- MHA has sought a report from Tamil Nadu Government on the violence in Tuticorin
- Mudarai HC stays expansion of Sterlite copper smelter plan
- US President Donald Trump warned that his landmark summit with Kim Jong Un may not take place as planned
- Sec 144 imposed in and around Tuticorin till May 25th
- Shops were shut and 5000 policemen were deployed in Tuticorin after 11 people died while protesting against the Sterlite Plant
Suspicious IT official demanding a raid on your establishment? Call these numbers
Covai Post Network
February 26, 2018
Coimbatore : The Income Tax department has released a statement wherein they have stated that business establishments and individuals should check for ID cards in case anyone claiming to be from the IT department comes seeking to search.
The release said that in case there is any suspicion about the person seeking to search or raid the premises, they can immediately contact the Joint Commissioner (Admin) of IT at 94459 53054 or the Public Relations Officer at 94459 53264.
The person who calls himself an officer of the department should be able to produce the Department ID card and also introduce himself before conducting any raid, the release added.
It may be recalled that a man claiming to be from the IT department had fraudulently entered into the residence of J Deepa, the niece of former CM Jayalalithaa, in a bid to “strike a deal” with her. When suspicion arose and police were called for, the man jumped the compound wall and fled.