On the heels of demonetisation, the insurance industry is seeking higher tax exemptions, focus on e-payment and compulsory home insurance in the upcoming Union Budget that will help in increasing insurance penetration in India.
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Key counsellor defends ‘alternative facts’ and threatens reset in press relationship
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The succession battles in 'political families'These are only the latest in a series of colourful family legacy wars that democratic India has been witnessing ever since powerful leaders converted their parties into ‘family projects’.
BlackBerry’s AtHoc is looking at tapping defense and security, government agencies, airports authorities and metro train projects like Delhi Metro Rail Corporation DMRC.
Decision to spare dealers from MDR charges has had an impact on private retailers
BJP not to project Manipur CM face for nowWe will settle the chief ministerial issue only after results are announced, A senior BJP leader told ET.
About 36% of the respondents felt that peak personal tax rate would be cut to 25%. Currently, income over Rs 10 lakh attract peak 30% tax rate.
India’s pharmaceuticals and IT companies are likely to face the heat, but the rest of the labour-intensive export basket seems safe.
Claiming that demonetisation has affected country's growth, a major central revenue body has asked Finance Minister Arun Jaitley not to implement Goods and Services Tax (GST) in a hurry and threatened to take legal recourse in case their concerns are not addressed.
Warns of adverse impact of higher tax rates on exports, Make in India efforts
Malwa is set to vote for new kid on block - AAP?Comprising 13 districts, the region south of Sutlej river, Malwa had favoured Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) over Congress in 2012.
DIPP in consultation with states and World Bank has drawn up the new agenda that concentrates on 294 action points instead of 340 in last year’s list.
For four years, the printed copies were sold at cost, but the trend changed last year
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India has huge trade surplus with the US - over $20 billion a year in the past five years
Neither Capt nor General, AAP may have Patiala Peg As Congress’ probable chief ministerial candidate Captain Amarinder Singh campaigns across the state, Patiala has been entrusted to his wife Preneet and daughter Jai Inder Kaur.
G-20 has, for the first time, asked members, including India, their views on digital trade.