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Panel discusses construction of Ram temple with experts
Sources said engineers from Tata Constructions and experts from Larsen & Turbo attended the meeting. This was the first meeting in which Tata engineers took part. There is a possibility that the Tata firm may be involved in the construction of the Ram temple, told the sources.
View: The only way to cure the fear of taxation is to respect the honest taxpayer
The faceless assessment scheme is a major change in the wor...
Prestige group to sell commercial projects to Blackstone for Rs 9,160 cr
Bengaluru-based Prestige has signed term sheets on Monday with the B...
If you don't care about tax concessions, here are ways to donate and make a difference
By stepping in to help, you can make a difference. However, you must not be the lazy donor who simply signs a cheque. You should be willing to spend some time and energy and become involved.
Sebi gives more time to submit applications for securities market trainers
SMARTs are expected to conduct investor awareness programs for existing and prospective investors in the securities markets.
ETGBS 2020: The travel industry is never going to be the same again, says Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky
In an exclusive chat with Satyan Gajwani, vice chairman of Times Internet, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky talks about leading the company through t...
The travel industry is never going to be the same again, says Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky
In an exclusive chat with Satyan Gajwani, vice-chairman of Times Internet, Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky talks about leading the company during the pandemic.
Beneficiaries of Trusts holding Swiss money had a legal defense. A ruling may have changed that
A harsh and sweeping tax tribunal ruling on Thursday upends a carefully crafted defence -- virtually putting a question mark on every trust structure used to park wealth abroad.
EPFO settles 94.41 lakh claims worth Rs 35,445 cr during April-August
Retirement fund body EPFO has settled 94.41 lakh claims totalling Rs 35,445 crore during April-August despite COVID-19 related restrictions, an official statement said on Tuesday.
Change in land laws: Largest release of farmland from revenue cases in Bengaluru
The govt acted fast as most farmers have been unable to get competitive prices for their plots due to a string of restrictions the earlier law imposed. The COVID-19 pandemic has left farming class in distress, and sections of them have been helpless despite owning agriculture plots.
View: Prime Minister Modi's changes to taxation are welcome, but are they sufficient?
The three pillars to support a transparent taxation system as laid out by the PM are faceless assessments (which have been in the making for some time now), faceless appeals (which are proposed to be introduced from late September), and the unveiling of the taxpayers’ charter.
PM Modi launches 'Transparent Taxation' portal, a new faceless tax system
Faceless assessment and taxpayers’ charter will begin from August 13, while faceless appeal will begin from September 25 for all Indian citizens.
Diamond traders and jewellers panic as top 'Angadia' vanishes
The angadia, who has an office in the BDB , shuttered it on Wednesday noon , well before normal closing hours, and has been incommunicado since, said diamond market sources.
Atlanta police chief resigns after fatal police shooting
Police Chief Erika Shields stepped down as the killing of 27-year-old Rayshard Brooks sparked a new wave of protests in Atlanta after turbulent demonstrations that followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis had simmered down. Protesters on Saturday night set fire to the Wendy's restaurant where Brooks was fatally shot the night before and blocked traffic on a nearby highway.
Governor rejects Kerala government's explanation on CAA suit
However, the Governor, who was on his way to Ayodhya, told reporters at the airport that no explanation of theirs (government) can satisfy him as what they did was "unlawful" and "not legally correct".