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Lucky ones to forget Tax filings

June 27, 2011 10258 Views 0 comment Print

In a major relief in this year’s budget, Finance Minister had proposed to exempt salaried class assessees from filing tax returns provided they do not have income from other sources. It was proposed that salary earners having an income of less than Rs. 5 lack will not have to file income tax returns from this year. However, a notification was to be issued to give effect to this. That dream day has just arrived as the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), has very recently issued a notification No. 36/2011 last week on 23 June 2011only which has come into effect with immediate effect.

Taxing aviation won't pay, experts warn govt

June 27, 2011 5250 Views 0 comment Print

India has come under criticism for imposing fresh taxes on international air travellers in the current budget, with global aviation experts terming it as an easy “financial grab” that would affect the economy in the long run. While taxes provide a tangible short-term revenue boost to the government coffers, increased taxes in the long term can be outweighed by the cost to the underlying economy”, said an aviation finance specialist, Charles Tyler.

Warning against Chinese 'weight reduction' tea in Qatar

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Qatar’s Supreme Council for Health (SCH) has warned against the use of Dr Ming’s Herbal Tea, produced by Chinese Angel Export and Import Company Ltd and used for slimming and weight reduction. SCH’s pharmacy and medicine monitoring department said the product contained the chemical element Sibutramine, an appetite suppressant found in weight-loss drug Reductil, which is banned all over the world on the grounds it can cause cardiovascular problems and strokes, Qatari daily Gulf Times has reported.

FM urges Chief Ministers to Reduce Levies on Diesel, Kerosene and Domestic LPG

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Union Finance Minister Shri Pranab Mukherjee has urged State Governments to reduce levies on Diesel, Kerosene and Domestic LPG in line with the duty cuts undertaken by Government of India, so as to provide some relief to the common man. In a letter to the Chief Ministers of States , Shri Mukherjee has sought the co-operation of States in this regard.

No complete immunity from penalty if undisclosed income finally assessed is more than declared one

June 27, 2011 8204 Views 0 comment Print

Added In Income Tax Case Laws CIT v Heera Construction Co Pvt Ltd (High Court of Kerala) – In view of the application of the 2nd proviso, the assessee is not entitled to complete immunity from payment of penalty on the undisclosed income returned by them under clause (a) of section 158BC, not only because of their failure to comply with the provisions of clauses (i) to (iv) of the 1st proviso but by virtue of the addition made in the assessment of substantial amount of undisclosed income by which the assessee forfeits the benefit of the 1st proviso in regard to immunity from penalty on the tax payable on undisclosed income returned.

Setting up of Independent Accident Investigation Committee

June 27, 2011 7851 Views 0 comment Print

The Ministry of Civil Aviation has set up an Independent Accident Investigation Committee on 26.5.2011 to ensure independent, fair and transparent investigation of accidents. This Committee will work under oversight of Ministry of Civil Aviation. The Committee will have following functions and responsibilities:- Draw up a formal procedure for the notification of an accident of serious incident.

EPFO to appoint fund managers by July-end

June 27, 2011 706 Views 0 comment Print

Retirement fund body EPFO will appoint the multiple fund managers to manage its huge corpus of Rs 3.5 lakh crore by July 31, a month ahead of its latest deadline. Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) will be able to wind up the process of appointment of fund managers by July 31, a Labour Ministry official said.

Govt modifies norms for filling board-level vacancies in PSUs

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) The government has modified the guidelines for filling board-level vacancies in state-owned companies in time and also to help the Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) to improve performance. Under the new guidelines issued by the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB), the exercise to appoint board level functionaries would be initiated 16 months prior to the anticipated date of vacancy.

Eight Indian-origin person named among 40 young leaders of the global telecom industry

June 27, 2011 8041 Views 0 comment Print

As many as eight Indian-origin persons, including those working with Tatas and Bharti group, have been named among 40 young leaders of the global telecom industry. Indians featured in the ’40 under 40′ list by Global Telecoms Business (GTB), a telecommunications magazine, include Srinivasa Addepalli of Tata Communications, Pankaj Agrawal (Aircel), Ajay Chitkara (Bharti Airtel), Gauri Raizada (Tata Teleservices) and Rene Meza (Airtel Kenya), Mukesh Bavisi (Exponential-e), Udit Mehrotra (Shyam Networks) and Upendra Poranki (Nokia Siemens Networks).

Sebi to reopen its probe into multi-crore IPO scam of 2003-2006

June 27, 2011 498 Views 0 comment Print

Sebi is set to reopen its probe into multi-crore IPO scam of 2003-2006, after more than a year of declaring as ‘null and void’ the charges made by its own committee against depository NSDL and others in the matter. Sebi will discuss afresh in its next board meeting on June 30 a two-member committee’s investigation report on the scam, except the part where the market regulator itself was accused of failing in its regulatory role, sources told PTI.

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