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The OECD nations have drawn a ring of fire around the issue of international taxation and are willing to go to any lengths, including threatening poor countries with cuts in Overseas Development Assistance (ODA), to ensure that their norm-setting monopoly -- which is directly opposed to the interests of poor countries -- remains unchallenged.
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The government has released a Model Goods and Service Tax (GST) Law for consultation from public forums after the conclusion of the meeting of the Empowered Committee of the State Finance Ministers in Calcutta in June 2016. The draft takes significant steps in framing a law relating to the taxation of e-commerce in India.
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For Finance Minister Arun Jaitley a nationwide goods services tax (GST) is a transformative idea that cannot wait any longer. But he will have to do some more spadework to get states on board if he is...
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The OECD countries, by continuing to resist it, are fighting a losing battle and will end up on the wrong side of history. They must realise that they are defending a system that directly facilitates the creation of Panama Papers and acts in favor of the immense global inequality in the world today.
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IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore has written to the Indian cricket board (BCCI), intimating them about Vijay Mallya's resignation from the post of Director of Royal Challengers Sports Private...
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The government on Monday hit back at Rahul Gandhi for his 'Fair and Lovely' jibe, saying it reflects a "racist mindset", even as it sought support of Congre for pa age of bills like GST and bankruptc...
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Punjab government has refused to pay a bill of Rs 6.35 crore to the Center for deployment of paramilitary forces during and after the terror attack at Pathankot air force base. In a communication to t...
While most analysts may not have seen much to cheer at, when the individual pieces are taken together Budget 2016 tells a compelling story. With the limited options available to it, given upcoming state elections and pressure from the Opposition, the NDA government has presented a very solid, pragmatic, and far-sighted Budget, and not a series of ad-hoc and knee jerk reactions to pressures and temptation, as has often been the case.
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India is set for a quantum leap in infrastructure and concerted efforts are being made to bolster growth in highways, I-ways and railways, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Friday. Launching an amb...
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Amid widespread concerns, Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday said in Lok Sabha that the i ue related to the proposal to tax PF will be addre ed by him during the discu ion on Budget. "W...
The minister of finance, Arun Jaitley, did not make any changes in the tax slabs in the budget for 2016-2017 which was presented yesterday. The basic exemption limit continued to be at Rs 2.5 lakh an...