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  • Re 1 Note To Return After 22 Years With New Features: 10 Points

    Re 1 Note To Return After 22 Years With New Features: 10 Points

    The one rupee note will be back after 22 years. The government today said the smallest denomination note is printed and ready for release soon. The Re 1 note was discontinued in 1994. The next year, Rs 2 and Rs 5 notes were also pulled out to free printing facilities for higher denomination notes. The old notes are still in circulation and remain l...

  • Union Cabinet Scraps Decades-Old Foreign Investment Regulator

    Union Cabinet Scraps Decades-Old Foreign Investment Regulator

    The step is in keeping with plans to make India an easier place to do business, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said.

  • Central Bank Begins Work, But More Money Needed to Kill Bad Loans

    Central Bank Begins Work, But More Money Needed to Kill Bad Loans

    Armed by a recent change in law that gives it to more power to act, the Reserve Bank of India has said it will expand its two-member Oversight Committee as it puts in gear a plan to resolve the massive backlog of non-performing assets or bad loans that public sector banks have built.

  • It's Faith Vs Logic As Centre Fixes Goods And Service Tax (GST) Rates Ahead Of July Rollout

    It's Faith Vs Logic As Centre Fixes Goods And Service Tax (GST) Rates Ahead Of July Rollout

    The government has been caught unawares by an objection of a different kind: There is no clarity on tax slabs for puja and hawan material.

  • After GST, Dal, Foodgrain, Daily Consumer Goods To Be Cheaper

    After GST, Dal, Foodgrain, Daily Consumer Goods To Be Cheaper

    The Goods and Services Tax or GST could bring good news for crores in the country. A crucial meeting of the GST Council on Thursday finalised tax rates for over 1,000 commodities that makes sure people will not have to pay more when India's biggest tax reform in decades kicks in on July 1. In fact, the government announced that food items - pulses,...

  • Amid P Chidambaram Raids, Cabinet Reviews Ending FIPB (Investment Board)

    Amid P Chidambaram Raids, Cabinet Reviews Ending FIPB (Investment Board)

    A day after the Chennai home of P Chidambaram was raided in an inquiry to determine if foreign investment proposals were illicitly cleared by him while he was Finance Minister, the cabinet met today to decide whether to dissolve the Foreign Investment Proposal Board or FIPB.

  • 91 Lakh New Taxpayers Since Notes Ban, Says Government

    91 Lakh New Taxpayers Since Notes Ban, Says Government

    Six months after PM Narendra Modi scrapped high value 500 and 1,000-rupee notes the centre has something to cheer. Before the unprecedented November 8 decision to cancel 86 percent of currency in circulation there were nearly five crore tax payers in India but since then nearly 91 lakh people have been added to the list of tax paying Indians, Finan...

  • Worried RSS Will Hold Big Meet In Jammu In Message For BJP's Voters

    Worried RSS Will Hold Big Meet In Jammu In Message For BJP's Voters

    The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), the BJP's ideological mentor, will for the first time hold a crucial meeting of pracharaks or field workers in Jammu and Kashmir over three days in July this year. The RSS is worried over continuing unrest in the state, where the BJP partners chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti's People's Democratic Front in the gov...

  • New Series WPI, IIP Released With 2011-12 Base Year; 199 New Items In WPI Basket

    New Series WPI, IIP Released With 2011-12 Base Year; 199 New Items In WPI Basket

    The base year for the country's national accounts, including the gross domestic product (GDP) and the gross value addition (GVA) and retail inflation based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was tweaked earlier by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) to 2011-12.

  • Will Expose Mayawati, Says BSP No 2 Naseemuddin Siddiqui After Being Sacked By Party

    Will Expose Mayawati, Says BSP No 2 Naseemuddin Siddiqui After Being Sacked By Party

    Flattened by the BJP in this year's Uttar Pradesh elections, Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party is in the middle of its worst crisis since 2003, when a section of party legislators had split to help arch rival Mulayam Singh Yadav come to power in the state. On Wednesday, Ms Mayawati expelled one of her closest aides and the party's Muslim face Naseemud...

  • Government To Mark 3 Years With MODI Fests, 10 Crore SMSes, Letter By PM

    Government To Mark 3 Years With MODI Fests, 10 Crore SMSes, Letter By PM

    Celebrations to mark the government's third anniversary will derive much substance from the personal brand of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and will last 20 days. PM Modi will personally lead five programs, the first of which will be held in Guwahati in Assam.

  • New Rules Today For Airlines Banning Passengers. Here's Your Guide

    New Rules Today For Airlines Banning Passengers. Here's Your Guide

    Ravindra Gaikwad, the Shiv Sena parliamentarian who assaulted an Air India manager on a plane, has forged an epochal moment for India. For the first time ever, rules are being announced for a "no-fly" list that will prevent passengers with a record of unruliness from boarding a flight.

  • 'Have Faith In Army': Arun Jaitley's Response To Mutilation Of 2 Soldiers

    'Have Faith In Army': Arun Jaitley's Response To Mutilation Of 2 Soldiers

    Pakistan's claim that its army personnel were not involved in the barbaric killing and mutilating two Indian soldiers carries no credibility, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said on Wednesday, hours after Pakistan's High Commissioner Abdul Basit told New Delhi that its armed forces had nothing to do with the May 1 killing.

  • RBI To Get Power To Act Against Loan Defaulters, Cabinet Clears Ordinance

    RBI To Get Power To Act Against Loan Defaulters, Cabinet Clears Ordinance

    The ordinance is aimed at empowering RBI to deal more effectively with stressed assets than earlier.

  • Mutilation Of Soldiers: Framing A Fitting Response Crucial For Government

    Mutilation Of Soldiers: Framing A Fitting Response Crucial For Government

    Hours after two Indian soldiers were killed and mutilated at the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir, the army and Union minister Arun Jaitley warned Pakistan of "appropriate response", indicating that India will retaliate over and beyond the heavy counter-fire the forces resorted to on Monday. But sources indicate that within the government, ther...

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