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ITR filing FY19-20

Office space leasing hits record 31.8 mn sq ft in H1; attracts USD 1.5 bn capital: CBRE

Strong demand for office space and sustained rental growth continues to attract both institutional investors and developers.

Stocks pricey, mid- & small-cap funds prefer to hold more cash

Mid-cap funds received inflows of Rs 2,607 crore in the past three months.

Lok Sabha passes Finance Bill 2019

Several members have asked the government to reduce hike in customs duty on newsprint saying it would badly hurt the small and medium newspapers.

No change in ITR forms, only utility software updated: CBDT

CBDT issued a statement saying the updating process of these forms' utility software does not hamper the filing of returns, the deadline for which is July 31.

30,000 home buyers at a dead end in Noida

30,000 home buyers at a dead end in Noida

Numerous protests, pleading for government intervention, and watching in despair as the company unravelled, has knocked the wind out of buyers.

Postal deposits may not be as big a threat for banks as perceived

Although fresh mobilisation of small savings was 30% higher in FY19 over the preceding fiscal, it was actually the second lowest in a decade.

No proposal to amend GPF rules to permit withdrawal for second house: Government

Minister of State for Personnel said that if a government employee has already availed withdrawal from GPF for building or acquiring a house or flat, GPF withdrawal for a second house is not permissible.

EPFO recovers Rs 459 crore PF dues out of Rs 1,251 crore outstanding in 2018-19

The total backlog or outstanding provident fund dues of EPFO during 2018-19 was Rs 791.63 crore, Labour Minister Santosh Gangwar said in a written reply to the Rajya Sabha.

Top 25 equity mutual funds failed to deliver positive returns in June

Sensex gained 1.8 per cent during the month, even as 18 of 30 index constituents ended lower.

Bond market gets a licence to thrill

Bond market gets a licence to thrill

The benchmark gauge dipped to 6.31 per cent, the lowest since December 7, 2016.

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