• Sep
    27
    By PTI

    CBDT has asked its principal IT commissioners to keep counters open for receiving physical declarations under the black money compliance window till mid-night on September 30.

  • Sep
    21
    By PTI

    In a major overhaul, the cabinet on Wednesday approved advancing presentation of the annual Budget by a month, scrapped over nine-decade old tradition of having a separate railway budget and removed classifications for expenditure to make the exercise simpler.

  • Sep
    13
    By PTI

    Prime minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday expressed pain over the developments in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu over the Cauvery water dispute and appealed for peace while underlining that violence
    cannot

  • Sep
    04
    By PTI

    Widening its probe in the Panama papers case, the income tax department has invoked various tax information exchange treaties and sent about 200 requests in order to obtain banking and other financial data of Indians named in the list.

  • Sep
    02
    By PTI

    A panel to examine the issue of merging rail budget with the general budget is likely to submit its report within 10-15 days.

  • Aug
    30
    By PTI

    All central government departments have been asked to change service and recruitment rules to reflect recommendations of the seventh central pay commission.

  • Aug
    23

    The UK-based global fund house, Aberdeen Asset Management, has given big thumbs up to the Modi government’s reform initiatives by crediting it for transforming India’s economic and political landscape over

  • Aug
    21
    By PTI

    Union budget has for decades been presented on last day of February, but this could soon change with the government mulling advancing it to January end so as to complete the budget exercise before the beginning of the new fiscal.

  • Aug
    17
    By PTI

    The comptroller auditor general (CAG) has rapped the Goa directorate of mines and geology for lapses in recovery of stamp duty and lack of mechanism for independent check over grade of the ore.

  • Aug
    07
    By p

    Tasked by prime minister's office to look into viability of sick state-run companies, government think-tank Niti Aayog has identified eight PSUs for closure after finding them unfit for revival.