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Compliance window not to apply if proceedings already on Govt

Compliance window not to apply if proceedings already on: Govt

NEW DELHI: The government today said Indians against whom information has been received from foreign nations on overseas accounts or assets won’t be eligible to use compliance window to make… Read more »

Black money compliance window I-T creates spl office in Delhi

Black money compliance window: I-T creates spl office in Delhi

NEW DELHI: All deposits made in an undisclosed overseas bank account since opening will be clubbed while assets like immovable property, shares and jewellery will be valued at fair market… Read more »

'From point of tussle Nathu La is now the point of tea party'

‘From point of tussle Nathu La is now the point of tea party’

NEW DELHI: Rajya Sabha MP Tarun Vijay was awestruck by the infrastructure development on the Chinese side when he crossed the border through the newly-opened Nathu La pass for Kailash… Read more »

Delhi govt-appointed panel recommends removal of DERC members

Delhi govt-appointed panel recommends removal of DERC members

NEW DELHI: In a major move, a high-powered Delhi government committee has recommended removal of chairman and two members of Delhi’s quasi-judicial power regulator DERC, holding that they totally failed… Read more »

BJP MP Hema Malini being rushed to a hospital in Jaipur

Hema Malini discharged from hospital

JAIPUR: Actress and BJP MP Hema Malini, who was injured and admitted to hospital after her Mercedes collided with another car in Dausa district, was today discharged from hospital. “On… Read more »

Hurriyat, Hizbul reject ex-RAW chief’s contention

Hurriyat, Hizbul reject ex-RAW chief’s contention

SRINAGAR: Moderate Hurriyat Conference and militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen today rejected contentions by former RAW chief A S Dulat regarding them, insisting that they have no basis. “We out-rightly reject… Read more »

Cities raising 50 cr to be chosen for ''Smart City'' proj

Cities raising 50 cr to be chosen for ”Smart City” project

MUMBAI: The cities which have the capacity to raise an initial fund of Rs 50 crore and additionally spend Rs 200 crore annually for next five years, will be selected… Read more »

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Smart City competition gets underway

NEW DELHI: The Centre has asked the state governments to nominate cities and towns for inclusion under Smart Cities Mission as the first stage of the competition has started. The… Read more »

Socio-eco census paints a grim picture of rural India

Socio-eco census paints grim picture of rural India

NEW DELHI: The Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) 2011 today painted a grim picture of rural India, indicating that one out of three families living in villages is landless… Read more »

Govt notifies rules for asset valuation under black money law

Govt notifies rules for asset valuation under black money law

NEW DELHI: Government has notified the rules for calculating overseas income and assets under the stringent foreign black money law that came into force on July 1. The value of… Read more »

Nestle India to resume export of Maggi noodles

Nestle India to resume export of Maggi noodles

NEW DELHI: Nestle India is in the process of resuming exports of its Maggi instant noodles to various global markets after it got a go ahead from Bombay High Court earlier… Read more »

BJP slams Cong for raking up Guj riots, seeks apology

BJP slams Cong for raking up Gujarat riots, seeks apology

NEW DELHI: Terming the Gujarat riots issue “totally irrelevant”, BJP today accused Congress of raking it up for its “political survival” and demanded that the opposition party apologies to Prime… Read more »

No caste based data in first SECC survey in eight decades

No caste based data in first SECC survey in eight decades

NEW DELHI: Government today refrained from releasing the caste-based data in its first Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) released in eight decades and maintained that it was concerned with… Read more »

Hema Malini''''s driver arrested; Actress undergoes surgery

Hema Malini’s driver arrested; Actress undergoes surgery

JAIPUR: Actress and BJP MP Hema Malini’s driver was today arrested on charges of causing death by negligence after her Mercedes collided with another car, killing a four-year-old girl and… Read more »

Prez tells AP and Telangana to live in harmony

Prez tells AP and Telangana to live in harmony

HYDERABAD: Against the backdrop of tension between Andhra Pradesh and Telangana over different issues, President Pranab Mukherjee today called upon the two states to live together in peace and harmony… Read more »

Jaitley shrugs off Cong threat to disrupt Parliament

Jaitley shrugs off Cong threat to disrupt Parliament

NEW DELHI: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today brushed aside concerns of Parliament’s upcoming monsoon session being disrupted over the Lalit Modi controversy, saying some people may be relevant to TV… Read more »

AFSPA to be revoked when situation is conducive

‘AFSPA to be revoked when situation is conducive’

SRINAGAR: The controversial Armed Forces Special Powers Act will be revoked in Jammu and Kashmir when the situation is conducive, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said. “I want to… Read more »

Govt to spend Rs 50,000 cr under new irrigation scheme

Govt to spend Rs 50,000 cr under new irrigation scheme

NEW DELHI: With an eye on improving farm productivity, the Indian government will spend Rs 50,000 crore over the next five years under the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchai Yojana (PMKSY). “It… Read more »

Govt clears policy for skill development, entrepreneurship

Govt clears policy for skill development, entrepreneurship

NEW DELHI: Indian government on Thursday said it has approved the first integrated national policy for developing skills and promoting entrepreneurship at a large scale with speed and quality. “The… Read more »

Indian President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam speaks during the presentation ceremony of the 39th Jnanpith Award in New Delhi August 10, 2006. The Jnanpith Award is given for the best creative literary writing by any Indian citizen in any of the languages included in the VIII Schedule of the Indian Constitution.   REUTERS/B Mathur (INDIA)

Parents not getting 24-hr electricity, Kalam’s greatest regret

NEW DELHI: For former President A P J Abdul Kalam, the greatest regret in life was not being able to provide facilities like 24-hour electricity to his parents during their… Read more »