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Education cess ineffective from June 1
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New Delhi: The currently levied education cess and secondary and higher education cess would become ineffective from June 1 as they would be subsumed in the service tax rate of 14 percent notified by the Central Board of Direct Taxes, the finance ministry said on Wednesday."The provisions levying education cess and secondary and higher education cess would also cease to have effect from June...
SpiceJet says to raise more funds, increase fleet size   
Mumbai: Low-cost carrier SpiceJet Ltd, which came close to collapsing in December after running out of cash to pay its creditors, is looking to raise an additional 3 billion rupees and increase its fleet size to 45-50 aircraft by the end of fiscal 2015, the company said on Thursday.In March, Indian courts had ordered India's aviation regulator to deregister 11 of SpiceJet's Boeing planes...
SpiceJet says to increase fleet size   
Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet Ltd , which came close to collapsing in December after running out of cash to pay its creditors, is looking to raise an additional 3 billion rupees ($47 million) and increase its fleet size to 45-50 aircraft by the end of fiscal 2015, the company said on Thursday.In March, Indian courts had ordered India's aviation regulator to deregister 11 of SpiceJet's...
Central banks playing with fire: Rajan   20 May, 2015
New York: The "spectre of deflation" is spurring the world's major central banks into a dangerous struggle for stronger domestic growth that imperils financial markets and ignores the needs of developing nations, Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan said on Tuesday.Rajan, making a familiar argument for better global coordination on monetary policy, said central bankers in...
Tata Motors launches GenX Nano   19 May, 2015
Mumbai: India's automobile major Tata Motors on Tuesday launched the GenX Nano, a new technologically-advanced entry-level hatchback car aimed at the "trendy, youthful, bold and stylish customer".Stressing that the Nano—originally conceived as a Rs.1 lakh car—has put India on the world motoring map by demonstrating innovation and frugal engineering, the company's...
Cabinet approves 'Namami Gange' programme   13 May, 2015
Expectations from new govt were 'probably unrealistic': Rajan   20 May, 2015
Room with a view   16 May, 2015
India ranks highest in global consumer confidence survey   20 May, 2015
Transport fuel prices hiked   16 May, 2015
Central banks should not ignore global responsibilities: Rajan   20 May, 2015
UN raises projections for India's growth   20 May, 2015
Tough times ahead for public sector banks   15 May, 2015
India looking to acquire oil assets abroad   15 May, 2015
Project-exit policy for highways developers   13 May, 2015
India presses Switzerland for info on Indian accounts   16 May, 2015
India approves share sales in IOC, NTPC   13 May, 2015
Myntra on app-only mode from today   15 May, 2015
Facebook ties up with publishers to directly inject news   13 May, 2015
Riding for a fall   11 May, 2015
Meals on the move   11 May, 2015
Maruti gets past 1.5 cr production milestone   12 May, 2015
Modi eyes $10-bn deals during China visit: Daily   14 May, 2015
Imported gas to revive idle power plants   13 May, 2015
iPunch together   11 May, 2015
Global banks want share in start-up boom   11 May, 2015
Rajnath launches social security schemes   10 May, 2015
K.V. Kamath named first BRICS bank head   11 May, 2015
GST bill coming up before RS on Monday   10 May, 2015
Building on pillars of good governance   12 May, 2015
Goa likely to see 10 mn tourists by 2017   09 May, 2015
Flipkart in no rush to go public   07 May, 2015
IBM, Facebook in new partnership   07 May, 2015
Tolls are required, but looking at giving some relief: Gadkari   09 May, 2015
US business urged to seize India's potential   07 May, 2015
IT dept looks to redress taxpayer grievances   11 May, 2015
Nod for pan-India GST regime   06 May, 2015
Sahara agrees to pay bail to release Subrata Roy   08 May, 2015
Climate change sparks tension in tea gardens   05 May, 2015
General Motors set to storm India   04 May, 2015
Facebook launches Internet.org platform   04 May, 2015
'Smart cities can blend heritage'   03 May, 2015
Microsoft opens door to Android, Apple phone apps   30 April, 2015
India becoming one of world's fastest growing economies: IMF   07 May, 2015
AC use poised to spike worldwide   29 April, 2015
Cabinet approves changes to Companies Act   29 April, 2015
Real estate bill to go to select committee   06 May, 2015
Space crunch   25 April, 2015
A penny for your art   25 April, 2015
UP signs two MoUs for solar power   28 April, 2015
Air India shuts down 23 booking offices   28 April, 2015
Govt approves 10 sites for new projects   30 April, 2015
Fine whine   25 April, 2015
No new cases   29 April, 2015
India's inevitable rise to the top   23 April, 2015
Kerala to promote tourist hotspots through movies   24 April, 2015
Govt approves Rs 1,000 min monthly pension   29 April, 2015
Strong rupee stings Modi's export ambitions   27 April, 2015
Jaitley moves goods, services tax bill for debate   24 April, 2015
Govt allows investing 5% of EPFO corpus in stock market   24 April, 2015
US charity Ford Foundation on security watchlist   25 April, 2015
What makes YouTube so popular   23 April, 2015
Operators summoned over call drops, excess billing   26 April, 2015
'Global slowdown impacted India's exports in 2014-15'   26 April, 2015
BSNL to allow unlimited free calling at night   23 April, 2015
Maharashtra to come up with 'Overpricing Act'   23 April, 2015
A must for free speech   18 April, 2015
Court dismisses Satyam case convicts' appeal   20 April, 2015
Tamil Nadu cancels land allocation to Coca Cola   21 April, 2015
Prick that trial balloon   18 April, 2015
Biocon files IPO prospectus for R&D arm Syngene   23 April, 2015
World Bank programme to focus on air quality in India   21 April, 2015
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