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Income Tax Act, Anti-Money Laundering Law To Be Decriminalised: FM Sitharaman
The government will decriminalise the Income Tax Act and the Prevention of Money Laundering Act said Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her address on the 'roadmap to a $5 trillion economy' at the Nani Palkhivala centenary celebrations in Chennai on Sunday.{image-nirmala-sitharaman5-1579497652.jpg ...
Income Tax Act Anti Money Laundering Law To Be Decriminalised Fm Sitharaman

India’s Fiscal Situation Precarious: Eurasia Group
The Eurasia Group, a global leader in political risk analysis, advisory and consulting has said that India's fiscal situation is precarious, as the government faces a widening fiscal deficit, marked by the under performance of the goods and services tax. "A ...
Budget 2020: Key Things To Know
Fiscal deficit target set for the Budget 2019 in all probability will be breached and to curb further increase in it, government has announced a cut in its expenditure by as much as Rs. 2 lakh crore across sectors. And while ...
Govt To Consider Personal Income Tax Cuts To Boost Growth
Talking at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit 2019 in Delhi on Saturday, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman hinted a possible cut in personal income tax rates. Sitharaman said that it was "one among the many things we are looking at" to provide ...
No Proposal To Reduce Taxes On Petrol, Diesel: Sitharaman
On Monday, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman informed the Lok Sabha that there is no proposal to reduce taxes on petrol and diesel. She added that nowhere in the world do the prices of petrol and diesel remain steady for a particular ...
No Proposal To Reduce Taxes On Petrol Diesel Sitharaman
Finance Ministry Responds To Moody’s Negative Outlook On India
On Friday, international rating agency Moody's Investors Service, downgraded India's credit rating to "negative" from "stable" on concerns over the country's economic growth to remain lower than the past. The foreign-currency and local-currency long-term issuer ratings were unchanged at Baa2. ...
Finance Ministry Responds To Moody S Negative Outlook For India
FM Asks CPSEs To Clear All Outstanding Dues By 15 October
In a press briefing on Saturday, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman asked the central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) to pay outstanding dues to dealers and vendors by 15 October. Sitharaman also said that no excuses will be heard beyond the deadline. ...
Fm Asks Cpses To Clear All Outstanding Dues By 15 October
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