Are steps on personal income tax coming?
The slump offers an opportunity to push through deep structural reforms like strategic sales in PSUs.
View: Tax cuts are good news but not enough to reverse slowdown
India has the highest rate of corporate tax in the world: 48.3% before the la...
View: Corporate tax cut - A step towards global competitiveness
It will be prudent to temper euphoria with scepticism. People are unlikely to...
View: Lowering of corporate-tax rate will widen tax net
The new rate will reduce cost of capital by repositioning India as one of the most competitive economies.
If polls could be won by providing things free of cost, Kejriwal would make everything free: Hardeep Singh Puri
Hardeep Singh Puri said Delhi has one of the finest metro systems in the world that is not only cheap but also efficient.
Corporate tax cut to have 'minor' impact on fiscal deficit: Niti Aayog
"I don't think tax cuts will leave a gaping hole in the fiscal numbers. There will be some, which will be minor," Kumar said.
View: Lower tax will boost sentiment, liquidity and investments
While India will and is trying its best to make use of adverse global trends, its worry largely has been domestic upheavals.
Finance minister hopes tax buoyancy will do the trick
Fiscal deficit could rise to 4% of GDP in FY20 as result of cut in corporate tax rates.
Free lands belonging to the sattras, temples and Wakf: ASJU
ASJU stated that on the issue of defining indigenous or Assamese, the Assam Accord under which March 24, 1971 is taken as cut-off date for citizenship should be taken into account.
Corporate tax cut positive but growth faces headwinds: Moody's
Centre announced a reduction in the base corporation tax rate to 22% from 30%.
FPIs’ tax outgo on bonds may go down by 2-7% on surcharge rollback
Wealthy investors continue paying higher surcharge on gains made from derivative and bond market trades.
With India, Trump practices the art of the minideal
Smaller deals are raising concerns about the precedent Trump is setting by striking limited pacts.
Rich will benefit, poor left to fend for themselves: Kapil Sibal on tax cut
"Howdy Modi. Corporate Diwali. India foregoes 1.45 lakh cr. revenue. Need Diwali for needy folk!" Sibal said in a tweet.
Tax relief to kick-start capex plan, revive corporate sentiments: Tax experts
The government's decision to reduce base corporate tax to 22 per cent from 30 per cent will boost net income of Indian corporates and is credit positive.
Corporate India’s tax burden may come down by 18%
Annualised tax outgo likely to decline to Rs 1.8 lakh crore post rate cut.
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