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Nokia may end up with smaller bill as overlap of tax cases offers wiggle room in I-T dispute

Wednesday 11 December '13

Nokia India might end up with a smaller tax bill than the Rs 21,153 crore.
Petroleum, alcohol should be kept out of GST: States

Tuesday 19 November '13

Finance ministers of states also demand provision to compensate them for any loss of revenue after introduction of the new unified indirect tax regime.
India to ink 29 bilateral MNC tax deals in sign of softening stance

Friday 30 August '13

New Delhi is set to sign bilateral deals with the tax authorities in the US, UK and Japan.
Gas price hike to pull in big-ticket investments

Saturday 29 June '13

The Reliance-BP combine is planning to invest $11 billion in 21 blocks in the next few years.
Now it is Gillette's turn to face taxman's axe

Monday 22 April '13

Income tax department has asked Gillette India to pay up about Rs118 crore in taxes.
I-T department to hire 19,000 tax officials

Wednesday 3 April '13

The addition to manpower would also help analyse the repository of data on high-value purchases to identify tax evaders.
NBFCs likely to get tax treatment parity with banks

Thursday 21 February '13

NBFCs are bank-like institutions with the exception that these do not offer savings accounts.
Insurance likely to get further sops in Budget

Tuesday 12 February '13

Buying insurance policies could become more attractive from next fiscal, with the government poring over various options to boost the sector, which has been trailing other financial services like bank...
Target-hunting Indian taxmen 'spike' Direct Tax Code scheme abroad

Monday 11 February '13

A key DTC proposal introduced last year to reduce litigation on MNCs' cross-border transactions has failed to win over foreign tax authorities.
‘Re-energise, revitalise stalled WTO process’

Wednesday 21 November '12

India has also expressed its desire for a peaceful resolution of disputes China has in the South China sea as per international law to ensure freedom of navigation, sources said.
Fully prepared for House situation, says govt

Wednesday 21 November '12

It is the job of the opposition to oppose. Let them bring the matter to Parliament.
India seeks resumption of WTO talks

Tuesday 20 November '12

“We hope that the US will now re-engage,” said Sharma.
'Govt set to face music over retail FDI'

Tuesday 20 November '12

Anand Sharma sounded confident on his return with the PM from the ASEAN, East Asia summits.
PM talks trade imbalance with Wen, invites investments in infra sector

Tuesday 20 November '12

Meeting on the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit here on Monday, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh invited Chinese investments in the infrastructure sector
India, Asean to start talks on comprehensive economic deal

Monday 19 November '12

The summit may let New Delhi tap the oil and gas resources in Brunei, Vietnam and Malaysia.
FDI policy cast in stone: govt

Monday 19 November '12

Mamata has threatened to move a no-confidence motion against the government
Singh and Jiabao to hold talks

Monday 19 November '12

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao will hold bilateral discussions on Monday for a “fair trade balance” between the two and for market access for Indian firms
FDI policy cast in stone: govt

Sunday 18 November '12

With the Opposition threatening a stormy session in Parliament, the UPA government on Sunday defended its decision to allow FDI in multi-brand retail, calling it a “policy cast in stone”.
RIL asked to sign gas supply deals with 16 more firms

Saturday 14 January '12

Petroleum Ministry wants RIL in new pacts with priority consumers
Cash-strapped IOC sells oil bonds to raise R300 crore

Saturday 5 November '11

The company is facing a severe cash crunch arising from selling diesel, LPG and kerosene below cost.


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