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September 29, 2018, Saturday | Current Affairs
A growing number of Indians are illegally crossing the US-Mexico border and claiming asylum for persecution,
August 28, 2018, Tuesday | International
All 19 male illegal aliens were arrested and taken to a nearby Border Patrol station for processing
August 04, 2018, Saturday | Opinion
If two branches of a nation's revenue authorities apply different rules for the same transaction, it can lead to double taxation, and has the potential to hurt the investment climate
July 07, 2018, Saturday | International
US Customs and Border Protection said in a notice it would begin collecting the 25 per cent duties on 818 product lines identified in June by the US Trade Representative's Office
July 10, 2017, Monday | International
Researchers at UA received a $750,000 grant to build autonomous surveillance system for the border
March 14, 2017, Tuesday | International
With guidance of parents, these youth might obtain financial, legal, health support
April 02, 2009, Thursday | Markets
The notification said that the existing bonds for seafood export would be terminated henceforth.
July 17, 2008, Thursday | Economy & Policy
The World Trade Organization's highest appeals court the Appellate Body yesterday upheld India's core complaint against the United States' enhanced bond requirement (EBR) on Indian shrimp exports as a violation of the trade body's ...
December 16, 2006, Saturday | Markets
Indian shrimp exporters to US have a sigh of relief for the second time in just three weeks as the US Court of International Trade [ CIT] has issued a preliminary ruling that the additional bonding
October 07, 2004, Thursday | Economy & Policy
SriLankan Cargo, cargo arm of SriLankan Airlines, has launched e-HAWB (electronic House Air Way Bill) in its web-based logistics system SriLankan Sky Chain.
October 08, 2018, Monday | International
Both Australian and New Zealand customs officers are legally allowed to search not only your personal baggage but also the contents of your smartphone, tablet or laptop
May 09, 2018, Wednesday | PTI Stories
They complained about the lack of basic infrastructure like drinking water, electricity and road connectivity, and made various demands to rectify the situation in the area, the official said.
January 15, 2018, Monday | International
Turkey reacted sharply to news of the border force on Sunday, saying it would 'legitimise a terror organisation'
March 14, 2017, Tuesday | International
The Fourth Amendment protects citizens from unreasonable searches and seizures
September 13, 2016, Tuesday | International
This is the second Khapra Beetle detection this year. There were three Khapra Beetle interceptions last year
May 30, 2016, Monday | PTI Stories
This would exempt prominent Indian citizens from immigration checks and help in exchange of information on terrorists
February 10, 2014, Monday | Economy & Policy
Waiting time for customs, immigration clearance cut drastically; Jet-Etihad alliance to get competitive advantage
January 21, 2009, Wednesday | Markets
In an important move that can be termed as positive to the Indian seafood export industry, the US Customs and Border Protection [CBP], under the Department of Homeland Security has initiated action to abandon the enhanced bonding requirement [EBR] ...
January 01, 2009, Thursday | Markets
The Rs 25,000 crore domestic paper industry is seeking protection from cheap imports from Indonesia and China.