Speak to me 'hashtag without filter': PM to students during 'Pariksha Pe Charcha'
The third edition of the "Pariksha Pe Charcha" has created excitement and enthusiasm among the students and their teachers and parents. The event provides students an opportunity to send their questions to the Prime Minister. Selected students, teachers and parents get a chance to meet the Prime Minister and recieve tips from him.
Deepika's mental health message, Indian food & free tea cups: Why India has been grabbing the spotlight at WEF 2020
The 50th WEF's theme is a...
BJP attacks AAP for delay in hanging of Nirbhaya's convicts, Kejriwal says don't do politics over this
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal o...
Govt revises target for GST collections again
Target has been raised to Rs 1.15 lakh crore over the next two months and Rs 1.25 lakh crore in March.
PM Modi, Amit Shah can defuse anti-CAA protests, but won't: Shashi Tharoor
At the last day of the four-day Kerala Literature Festival here, Tharoor said: "Protests can be defused if Narendra Modi & Amit Shah say 'We are dropping idea of NRC', that they will no longer ask NPR enumeration & go to every door asking - 'Where your father & mother were born' and ask for documentary proof."
Water sector could get lion’s share of infra allocation in Budget: Vinayak Chatterjee
Integrated water works would include irrigation, laying of pipelines, raising of water for ultimate retail distribution etc. That sector will probably see a very high spike in allocation compared to previous years. The water sector will have a significant multiplier effect as like roads, it involves a huge degree of labour deployment. It will have very strong job multiplier effect.
FM urged to equalise tax benefits for govt and non-govt employees in Budget 2020
The Income-tax Act, 1961 differentiates between a government employee and non-government employee. However, this should not be the case. There are numerous tax benefits available only for the government employees only.
As long as Delhi has an 'honest govt', no pvt school can arbitrarily hike fees: Kejriwal
In April 2018, the Delhi government had issued a circular prohibiting private unaided schools functioning on government land from hiking tuition fees without the approval of the Directorate of Education.
Nation bearing brunt of 'differences' between Modi-Shah:Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel
"While Amit Shah says NRC will be implemented, Prime Minister contradicts his statement. Who is speaking the truth and who is lying? Who is right, the PM or the Home Minister?. It seems that there are some differences between the two and the entire country is bearing its brunt. You need to remain alert...," Baghel said.
Govt to stop substitutable coal import; can go for auction of 100 fully explored new blocks: Joshi
The Cabinet recently approved promulgation of Mineral Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 to amend Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation ) Act 1957 and Coal Mines (Special Provisions) Act 2015.
India’s electric car ambitions could stumble on lack of lithium
India’s EV production will rely on imports from China of lithium chemicals used to make cathodes and battery cells, according to Jasmeet Singh Kalsi, director at Manikaran Power Ltd., which is exploring setting up India’s first lithium refinery. “China has a thriving lithium chemical, battery cathode, battery cell and EV supply chain. India has none.”
God wanted PM Narendra Modi to do 'holy job' of abrogating Article 370: MoS Jitendra Singh
While speaking on abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), Jitendra Singh, ...
Govt may unveil Rs 36 K-cr plan to get more phones made in India
Indian Cellular & Electronics Association, which has Apple, Foxconn, Xiaomi and Flextronics among its members, has flagged subsidy for machinery & equipment, cost of power, incentive for supporting industry, labour subsidy, logistics and reduction of land rentals as other disabilities India faces in comparison to rivals such as Vietnam.
Runup to the Budget 2020-21: Govt mulls no tax on LTCG with 2-year holding period
The government may also tweak the definition of ‘long term’ from a year to two years.
I-T department lets ‘deserving’ assessees to pay up 20% tax demand in parts
Amid tight liquidity and slow biz, taxman gives breathing space to cos and businesses — the prime taxpayers.
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