12 Apr 2011
Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) Chairman Sudhir Chandra said here that the Income Tax department has refunded as much as Rs 72,000 crore to tax payers across the country in 2009-10.
19 Apr 2011
In order to retrieve the black money, Central government has decided to bring the real estate transactions under scrutiny. The move will include both the private and corporate transactions.
29 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Following heavy rain that led to a flood-like situation in Gurgaon, Union Road Minister Nitin Gadkari on Friday asked the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) to rush a team of officers to the area.
28 May 2011
Under sharp criticism for not doing enough to tackle the black money menace, the government on Saturday has constituted a high-level committee of taxmen to suggest a legal framework to deal with the issue.
12 May 2011
"Unprecedented" direct taxes collection of Rs 7.90 lakh crore in the current fiscal has "greatly strengthened" the nation’s efforts for fiscal consolidation, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said.
14 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Black money holders who have disclosed their ill-gotten assets during July under the ongoing compliance window will receive acknowledgement from the tax department by August 30.
18 May 2011
A whooping amount of black money worth Rs 30,000 crore in the country has been unearthed in past two years, said the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) which is set to get investigative powers to boost its drive against wrong-doers.
19 Apr 2011
Around 80 lakh people will not be required to file income tax return by the end of this financial year. Government will issue a notification in this regard in the first week of June. As per the notification all those whose annual income amounts up to Rs five lakh will be exempted from filing return.
12 May 2011
The government has collected an “unprecedented" Rs 7.90 lakh crore in taxes in 2010-11 while refunds worth Rs 74,000 crore have been issued during the fiscal, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee
20 Sep 2016
New Delhi: The Tuesday morning in the City of Joy started with on a tizzy note for the security personnel and passengers at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport when they received a phone call threatening to blow up the Guwahati bound Air India flight AI 729.