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Budget 2018: Gratuity up to Rs 20 lakh may become tax-free

Budget 2018: Gratuity up to Rs 20 lakh may become tax-free

Sources told Zee Business that once the bill is passed by the Parliament, the government can increase the quantum of tax free gratuity through a notification. DNA, 11 minutes ago

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Palestinians slam Pence speech in Israel as 'gift to extremists'

of the US Vice President Mike Pence he addressed the Knesset, Israel's parliament, in which he expressed his country's commitment to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Pence's speech "is a gift to the extremists and proves that the American ...
 Business Standard7 hours ago US will never allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon: US Vice President  News on Air18 hours ago Embassy in Israel to move to Jerusalem by 2019 end: US VP Mike Pence  DNA21 hours ago US to open embassy in Jerusalem before 2019 end: Pence  Prokerala22 hours ago

Iraqi parliament sets May 12 as date for national elections

Iraq's Parliament has approved May 12 as the date for holding national elections despite calls from the country's Sunni community to delay the vote until the return of nearly three million people displaced by the fight against the Islamic State group. Shiite ...
 News on Air18 hours ago Nepal to hold National Assembly elections on Feb 8  Prokerala2 weeks ago Nepal's National Assembly election likely on February 8  Business Standard2 weeks ago Election Commission of Nepal announces schedule for election of 59 members National Assembly  News on Air1 week ago

Political parties should stay away from judges' dispute: PM

Modi also attacked those opposing the GST, saying they were 'insulting' Parliament.Defending his economic policies, Modi said demonetisation was 'a very big success story' and he is open to changes in the GST. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday that the government and political parties must stay out of the unprecedented judicial crisis, gave enough indications that the upcoming Budget may not be populist and asserted his poll slogan of 'Congress-free India' was not aimed at ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Govt, political parties must stay out of judicial crisis: PM Modi  Deccan Herald1 day ago
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Budget 2018: Highlights of India's Various Union Budget Documents

Budget 2018 - Mentioned below are the highlights of various Budget documents presented to Parliament by the Finance Minister other than his Budget Speech. Anurag Khare Last Updated at January 18, 2018 18:03 IST Common to all finance ministers is the briefcase ...
 Business Standard4 days ago FM Arun Jaitley chairs pre-Budget 2018 meet with state finance ministers  Business Standard4 days ago Budget 2018: FinMin may tweak Minimum Alternate Tax norms to boost industry  Business Standard1 week ago Union Budget 2018 to be presented on February 1  MSN India2 weeks ago
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Jaitley performs 'Halwa' ceremony ahead of Budget Session

Ahead of the Budget Session of Parliament commencing on January 29, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley performed the symbolic 'Halwa Ceremony' here on Saturday.The ceremony, which was performed at North Block here, marks the inauguration of the formal printing of ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Electoral bonds vital for transparency in political funding, opines Jaitley  Business Standard2 weeks ago All you need to know about the 'Halwa' ceremony  Business Standard2 days ago Jaitley performs 'halwa' ceremony  Deccan Herald2 days ago

Indian child abandoned 40 years ago is now a Swiss parliamentarian

His biological mother Anasuiya could never have imagined that Niklaus-Samuel Gugger, whom she abandoned in a hospital 48 years ago just after his birth, would be the first Indian to be elected to the Swiss parliament. Nik Gugger (Picture: Federal Assembly, ...
 Zee News4 days ago Adopted Indian child now a Swiss parliamentarian  Prokerala5 days ago

Bhopal MP Alok Sanjar pays fine, apologises for helmet-less motorcycle ride

Bhopal Member of Parliament Alok Sanjar paid a fine of Rs 250 and apologised for riding a motorcyle without wearing a helmet.
 DNA4 days ago

Kumar Vishwas vs AAP leadership: Who will blink first?

After being denied a seat in Parliament, senior AAP leader Kumar Vishwas finds that he is being increasingly isolated in the party, with its top brass turning a deaf ear to his plans for an electoral campaign in Rajasthan. A member of the Aam Aadmi Party said ...
 DNA1 week ago Kumar Vishwas isolated in AAP, but not willing to quit  Rediff.com1 week ago

PIO Parliamentary Conference gets a Bhojpuri touch!

[India], Jan 9 (ANI): The first Persons of Indian Origin (PIO) Parliamentary Conference got a touch of Bihar's culture on Tuesday when a Mauritius MP of Indian origin, attending the event, turned out to be a Bhojpuri singer as well! Speaking to ANI on the ...
 Sify2 weeks ago PM Narendra Modi to inaugurate first PIO Parliamentary Conference in Delhi today  Zee News2 weeks ago NRIs are our partners in vision for India`s development: PM Modi at PIO Conference  Zee News2 weeks ago PM Modi to inaugurate first PIO Parliamentary Conference today  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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