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Oppn in RS alleges CBI, ED being used for political purposes

Opposition Congress today forced two adjournments of Rajya Sabha proceedings in the pre-noon session over alleged misuse of ED and CBI against Chief Ministers belonging to non-BJP parties. The Congress members sought suspension of business to discuss the ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago

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Money Today, 1 month ago
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GST bills in RS; Opposition questions how the tax regime is 'ideal'

The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday took up the four bills related to the GST, with the Opposition urging the government to insulate taxpayers from harassment and questioning how the new regime was “ideal” when 40 per cent of the revenue base of the GDP was kept out of its purview. Initiating a debate on the bills, Deputy Leader of Congress Anand Sharma termed the proposed legislation as “imperfect” saying that 40 per cent of the revenue base of the GDP has been kept out ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago GST bills in RS; Oppn questions preparedness on new tax regime  Business Standard2 weeks ago

US gives list of 271 'illegal' Indians; India doesn't accept

The US has given a list of 271 people claiming they were illegal migrants from India, but the government has not accepted it and would allow their deportation only after proper verification, union minister Sushma Swaraj said today. "We have not accepted this ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Economists find GDP data intriguing, say figures don't add up

They believe that the key reason behind such a high growth rate could be "a steep downward revision" of the year-ago base period. Government data showing a surprise 7 per cent GDP growth in the October-December quarter has left many economists puzzled who say the figures 'do not add up' and may be "masking" the real impact of demonetisation. The economists finding the data intriguing include those from public sector giant SBI as well as global majors like Nomura and Bank of America Merrill ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

GDP numbers highly suspect, govt misleading public: Cong

The Congress today dubbed the GDP numbers as "surprising" and "highly suspect" that could dent Indias global credibility and accused the prime minister and the finance minister of "misleading" the public. Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma said the GDP ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Govt. should talk to US on H1-B visa issue, urges Congress

[India], Feb. 2 (ANI): Expressing concern over the recent United States' bill to change H-1B visas likely to affect the Indian IT industry and techies working there, the Congress on Thursday urged the government to talk to the American administration and ...
 Sify2 months ago

Union Budget lacks credibility, says Congress

[India], Feb. 1 (ANI): The Congress party on Wednesday said that the Union Budget presented by the Centre lacks credibility as it takes in account based on the data for six months only. Congress leader Anand Sharma said, "This time the projections for the ...
 Sify2 months ago
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