Revenue Secretary Ajay Bhushan Pandey said more needs to be done in GST: more simplified, easier to operate.
Sportspersons have to practise and adapt their bodies to every season/weather; but for the women athletes in India - especially those from underprivileged sections – hurdles are too many to get to the world stage in sports.
The PMEAC chairman’s warnings and prescriptions should be an eye-opener to the government in the present economic scenario
New Delhi [India], Oct 9 (ANI): The central government on Wednesday extended Aadhaar seeding date to allow farmers to avail Rs 6,000 benefit under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-Kisan) Scheme till November 30. This decision was taken during a key meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs
Filing income tax return (ITR) is an important task for an individual, as it is mandatory for all Indians, including NRIs. Budget 2019 presented by Nirmala Sitharaman in the Parliament, kept the personal income tax rates and slabs changes as announced in the Interim Budget 2019 unchanged. This meant
Das also scotched media reports that the government might seek an interim dividend of Rs 30,000 crore from the central bank to meet its revenue shortfall after the massive tax cuts.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday cut interest rates for a fifth straight meeting this year, stepping up its efforts to kickstart an economy growing at its slowest pace in six years
The Congress party, which is the oldest political party of India, is in shambles. Many senior journalists on the social media have pointed out how with every passing election, the grand old party is turning into its own enemy. Is there a way out of this mess for Congress?
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The Reserve Bank of India is likely to go for yet another rate cut on Friday, the fifth in a row, as inflation is within the comfort zone and the need to boost the economy is pressing
Mumbai: The government should garner more revenues from disinvestments given that now the stock market is up, and additionally the RBI may have to pay an interim dividend to support resource mobilization, CARE Ratings has said. Going forward, there is an increased likelihood of lower revenue collections
GST collections are expected to be hit further as the recent rate cuts announced by the GST Council on September 20 will come into effect from October 1, leaving no room for further rate cuts.
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Over the years, the dividend transfer from the RBI to the government has grown many times (seen the table) and the utilisation of this money has been a subject of debate.
New Delhi: The government may seek an interim dividend of about Rs 30,000 crore from the RBI towards the end of the financial year to meet its fiscal deficit target of 3.3 per cent of GDP for 2019-20, sources said. Government finances have come under pressure due to moderation in revenue collection
The reduction in corporate tax rates is set to cost Rs 1.45 lakh crore annually. The government has maintained that it would keep its fiscal deficit target of 3.3 per cent of GDP by March 2020.
New Delhi: In line with its disinvestment target, the government may soon move a cabinet note for strategic sale of its stake in major public sector enterprises, including the Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd, the Container Corp of India and the Shipping Corp of India, in a phased manner. According to sources
Carrying forward its divestment plan, the government is mulling over stake sale in the five CPSEs.
When asked about the impact of the measures on the fiscal deficit, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said the government is conscious of the impact and expects the economic buoyancy resulting from these changes to generate significant resources.
After the proposal to cut corporate tax rate for domestic firms and new manufacturing concerns on Friday to boost growth and investments, India's fiscal deficit is likely to tread higher by at least 70 bps to 4% of GDP as against
Net direct tax collections during April 1-September 15 grew just 5% to Rs 4.4 lakh crore against year s target 17.3%. This below-than-expected growth in direct tax collections will muddy the government s fiscal math
Nirmala Sitharaman had set a disinvestment target of Rs 1.05 lakh crore in July for fiscal year 2019-20, raising it from an earlier target of Rs 90,000 crore that interim finance minister Piyush Goyal had set in the interim Budget on February 1.