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Congress pulls out an old video on Uma Bharati, is it desperat...

Days after being stung by the book bomb that targeted the first family of the Congress, the party’s dirty tricks department has decided to go back into the past and release old videos to target the BJP. The latest release is a video with Uma Bharti at a ... DNA, 8 hours ago

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Bank funding of spectrum purchases hits DoT wall

Telecom department says spectrum can’t be used as collateral because it’s government propertyIn a move that could queer the pitch for bank funding of spectrum purchases by telecom companies, the department of telecommunications (DoT) has said airwaves cannot be taken as collateral by banks while giving loans as these are “government properties”.Telecom companies have to pay upfront about Rs 18,000 crore for securing spectrum that they have won at the recently concluded ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

The Himalayan Times

KATHMANDU: Juan Miranda, director-general of the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) South Asia Department, has said that the country must expedite the process of executing ongoing and new investment projects to narrow down the country’s physical and ...
 Himalayan times1 week ago
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Ayan Mukerji to take up VFX course for his superhero film

He wants his film to be technically sound in the VFX department. In fact, he doesn’t want it to be less than any other Hollywood production in terms of its VFX and is now planning to fly to the US, where he will take up a VFX course.” It is seems ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago

I-T dept may grant tax relief to partnership firms

In what could bring a major relief to partnership companies, the Income-Tax department is set to clarify that the income of a firm that has been exempted from tax cannot be taxed for its profit in the hands of its partners.   Earlier, even if the income chargeable to tax for a firm was nil due to certain deductions and exemptions, some assessing officers levied tax on the profit credited to its partners. This led to disputes and some taxpayers challenged this in courts.   ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Your date with Advance Tax extended to 18th March 2014; Dont miss it!  DNA1 month ago I-T dept to use information from banks to nail tax evaders  Rediff.com2 months ago Bank deposits may not always be tax-free  Rediff.com2 days ago

Nokia, workers fail to agree, again

Another meeting between Nokia’s management and workers at the Sriperumbudur factory, near here, failed to satisfy the latter even as the factory remains stuck in an income-tax dispute. This is the third meeting between the two parties, including one in which the Company Law Board had taken part. Saravana Kumar, president of the Nokia India Employees Union, told Business Standard the two parties met on Wednesday and Thursday, without revealing any details. Nokia officials could not be ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Nokia offers VRS for staff at Sriperumbudur facility  Rediff.com6 days ago

FinMin not stamping postal bank plan

India Post might not find it easy to make its hoped-for banking foray if the Union finance ministry has its way. The department of financial services in the ministry fears the proposed postal bank might turn out to be yet another government bank, competing with other public sector lenders. Another hurdle is the ministry’s department of expenditure, yet to approve the Rs 600 crore (Rs 6 billion) of funds needed for setting up the bank. India Post sources said there was a 'strong lobby' ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

There's a rifle aimed at Vivek Murthy

The National Rifle Association aims to shoot down Vivek Murthy’s Senate confirmation as United States Surgeon General, Aziz Haniffa reports The National Rifle Association has set its sights on killing the United States Senate’s confirmation of Dr Vivek H Murthy’s nomination to be the first-ever Indian-American Surgeon General. The NRA, known for its pressure tactics against lawmakers who express even a tinge of support for gun control, has been citing Dr Murthy’s ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

BJP man who walked over boys likely to go scot free

  Bharatiya Janata Party’s Rajkot candidate, Mohan Kundariya, who had found himself in a controversy after he walked over some school children at a function, is likely to go unpunished. An enquiry into the issue by the chief of Rajkot District Social Protection Department, which will be submitted on Friday, says Kundariya may not have been at fault.     Kundariya, who was caught on camera walking over the backs and chests of young boys at a private function, defended his ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Committed to no first use of nuclear weapons, says Modi

Modi said that the nuclear arms were defensive weapons. The BJP’s prime ministerial candidate said Indian's nuclear arms arsenal ‘is necessary to be powerful - not to suppress anyone, but for our own protection’. Striking a statesmanlike ...
 Jagran Post15 hours ago LIVE: How can a cat guard the milk, asks Narendra Modi at Nawada (Bihar) rally  IndiaTV News2 weeks ago Modi hid facts about his marriage, broke law: Congress complains to EC  Rediff.com6 days ago Live: Mamata slams Narendra Modi, downplays Anna's absence at Delhi rally  IndiaTV News1 month ago
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