Dear FM, don't put any riders on PF withdrawals; after all they are not bank robbers or loan defaulters like Mallya
The new rule, which incidentally has been kept in abeyance till 30 April 2016, pours cold water on his financing plan as indeed on every other person eyeing his full PF money
Digitisation of land records: How the relaunched programme will help overcome property crimes and frauds
Land being the costliest asset in realty has often been at the epicentre of land fights, property crimes and frauds
Jaitley proposed to tax 60 percent of a retiree’s EPF savings, if not invested in annuity. It is a poorly-thought out move since no one would want the government to tax a good part of their life's savings (for many of them EPF is the only savings).
There has been a "sizable" increase of 21 per cent in this year's budget allocation for the health sector, the government on Tuesday said.
As the government rolled back the controversial proposal to tax EPF withdrawal, Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday mounted a fresh attack on it
The government rolled back the proposal to tax EPF withdrawals as it realised that concerns raised by lots of people are very legitimate, said Jayant Sinha
Naidu on Monday confidently said that the Real Estate Bill will become a "reality" during the ongoing Budget session of Parliament.
Electrification has been done in 6,000 of the 18,500 unelectrified villages and the renewable energy capacity has reached 39.5 Giga Watts, a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was told.
Government will subsume all the additional levies like Krishi Kalyan and Infrastructure cess in the Goods and Services Tax (GST), within one year of its implementation, a senior tax official said on Saturday.
A large number of youth in the country are unable to get jobs due to lack of job-ready skills.
#BudgetImpact: Jewellers across country to pull down shutters for 3 days protesting against 1% excise duty
Jewellers across the country have decided to pull down shutters for three days protesting against the budget imposition of one per cent excise duty in the jewellery sector
Software majors TCS and Wipro on Monday lauded Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for extending tax benefit to export units under the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) scheme till 2020 and the government's Digital India plans in his budget for 2016-17.
The budget focuses on hype, does not make a coherent policy statement that would spur investment, business confidence, and growth. Bottom line: It does not sizzle; it fizzles
Who wants more money in hand when the government is giving us Kanhaiya?
Conspicuously missing from Arun Jaitley's speech was the expression ‘neo middle class’. This budget marks a drastic shift in the NDA government’s approach.
The government aims to increase tax revenues through indirect taxes on neo middle class.
The absence of any mention of defence in this year's budget makes Finance Minister Arun Jaitley unique in that sense.
Is the government finally saying sorry to farmers and rural India? Yes, if you go by the slew of Budget announcements for the benefit of both.
The allocation for the Sports Ministry on got a marginal hike of Rs 50.87 crore from last year in the union budget for 2016-17, presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the Parliament in New Delhi.
Rajnath Singh on Monday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has passed his general budget examination with "flying colours".