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New law to track black money: Jaitley
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New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said the government was committed to tracing black money stashed abroad and a comprehensive new law will be framed to track it."On black money, a new structure including e-filing and tracking down is our abiding commitment," Jaitley said in his budget speech.He said a "comprehensive new law to track black money" would be...
Wealth tax abolished; extra 2 pc surcharge on super rich   
New Delhi: Asking rich and wealthy to pay higher tax, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today abolished the wealth tax but increased the surcharge to 12 per cent on individuals earning Rs 1 crore and above annually and on firms with an annual income of Rs 10 crore or more. Moreover, the minister also introduced a surcharge of 7 per cent on companies having an income between Rs 1 crore and Rs 10...
Sensex surges over 200 points   
Mumbai: A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), Saturday surged 213.71 points or 0.73 per cent in the early session ahead of the Union Budget.The wider 50-scrip Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) was also trading 56.85 points or 0.64 per cent up at 8,901.45 points.The Sensex of the S&P Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), which opened at 29,411.33...
Budget gives slew of benefits to local electronic goods makers   
New Delhi: From removing 4 per cent special additional duty (SAD) on PC components to imposing education cess on imported electronic products to spur its ambitious 'Make in India' programme, government today announced a slew of measures to promote domestic manufacturing. Presenting the Budget 2015-16 in Parliament, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley also said: "I propose to reduce...
Petrol, diesel prices hiked by over Rs 3/litre   
New Delhi: Petrol price was hiked by Rs 3.18 per litre and diesel by Rs 3.09, the second increase in rates this month on rising international oil rates.The increase is effective from midnight tonight. A litre of petrol in Delhi will cost Rs 60.49 from tomorrow as against Rs 57.31 currently while diesel will cost Rs 49.71 per litre as against Rs 46.62 at present, oil companies announced here...
Ashoka Charka gold coin soon   
DLF reviewing $8.4 million SEBI penalty   27 February, 2015
Railway Budget Highlights   26 February, 2015
Consolidated Budget Highlights   28 February, 2015
Jaitley to present first full-year budget   28 February, 2015
Jaitley proposes universal social security system   28 February, 2015
Direct tax collection estimated at Rs.14.49 lakh crore   28 February, 2015
Prabhu sharply hikes freight rates   26 February, 2015
General Budget Highlights   28 February, 2015
Sensex down 261 points; auto stocks fall   26 February, 2015
Indian economy fastest-growing in the world: Jaitley   28 February, 2015
Test for Modi's reform zeal in make-or-break budget   28 February, 2015
Survey pegs India's growth at over 8 per cent   27 February, 2015
India to embark on rail investment splurge   25 February, 2015
'More jobs, 10-15% increments likely in next few months'   25 February, 2015
Rail stocks fall by 6% ahead of budget   25 February, 2015
Passengers spared, freight rates hiked   26 February, 2015
Prabhu's budget fails to muster investor confidence   26 February, 2015
The god of small videos   21 February, 2015
Common ground.   21 February, 2015
Spending force   21 February, 2015
Fiscal reforms to determine India's ratings: Moody's   25 February, 2015
Smartphones: Used is the new cool   24 February, 2015
Prabhu to present maiden rail budget today   26 February, 2015
Pan-India mobile number portability from May 3   25 February, 2015
Foundation tone   21 February, 2015
Modi accepts Finance Commission's hike in states' share   24 February, 2015
Keep the administrative cost low   21 February, 2015
'Inclusive growth top priority of govt'   23 February, 2015
Over 1 lakh visitors at air show grand finale   23 February, 2015
Control fiscal deficit, says India Inc   22 February, 2015
RBI eases restrictions on shadow bank lending   21 February, 2015
Vistara launches maiden service to Goa   20 February, 2015
RBI gets tougher on unlimited credit   20 February, 2015
HAL to make light utility choppers   19 February, 2015
'RBI right in lifting ban on importing gold coins'   19 February, 2015
Sony sees 25-fold profit jump by 2018   18 February, 2015
Reliance Group says its firm cooperating with authorities   23 February, 2015
Snapdeal.com acquires fashion portal Exclusively.com   18 February, 2015
Europe arms sellers aim for comeback in India   20 February, 2015
Asia shares rise on reduced Greek pessimism   18 February, 2015
Nokia India, HCL sign 3-year contract   17 February, 2015
Infosys buys automation firm Panaya   16 February, 2015
India's wholesale inflation declines   16 February, 2015
Samsung launches new phones, 'convertible' fridge   16 February, 2015
Customs duty on crude oil may be re-introduced   16 February, 2015
Bank strike likely from Feb 25 onwards   15 February, 2015
Modernise Indian agriculture: Modi   14 February, 2015
Model villages to get roads on priority basis   13 February, 2015
Gold prices swing to premium   13 February, 2015
Rupee gains; confidence returns on rate cuts   13 February, 2015
Sahara to take legal action against Mirach   12 February, 2015
Govt to go ahead with privatisation   12 February, 2015
India likely to keep lead over China in gold consumption   12 February, 2015
Mirach asks SC to let it buy Sahara assets   11 February, 2015
Modi invites global manufacturers to Make in India   14 February, 2015
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