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 Income Tax Department notifies return forms for firms

Income Tax Department notifies return forms for firms

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has notified tax returns forms for non-salaried class, including companies, partners in firms and individuals deriving their income from proprietary business or profession for 2015-16.

Income tax department,   Central Board of Direct Taxes,   CBDT tax,   Sebi,   latest business news ,  
Censor Board withdraws controversial list of cuss words

Censor Board withdraws controversial list of cuss words

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: A controversial list of cuss words that was circulated by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) soon after Pahlaj Nihalani took over as its chairperson has been withdrawn after a majority of members voted against it.

Cuss words,   Central Board of Film Certification,   CBFC,   Pahlaj Nihalani,  
 Yakub Memon hanged in Nagpur <strong>Central</strong> Jail

Yakub Memon hanged in Nagpur Central Jail

30 Jul 2015

Nagpur: Yakub Memon, the lone 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict facing gallows, was hanged to death today after his last ditch attempts to get a reprieve failed early this morning in the Supreme Court.

Yakub Memon hanged,   Nagpur Central Jail,   1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict,   Central Jail,   Yakub Memon executed,   Yakub Memon,   Latest India news ,  
US spied on Japan government, companies: WikiLeaks

US spied on Japan government, companies: WikiLeaks

31 Jul 2015

Tokyo: The US spied on Japanese politicians, its top central banker and major firms including conglomerate Mitsubishi, according to documents released by WikiLeaks today, in the latest revelation about Washington's snooping on allies.

US government,   Japanese politicians,   Central banker,   Mitsubishi,   WikiLeaks,   Snooping ,  
Decoded: What sugar does to your coffee

Decoded: What sugar does to your coffee

31 Jul 2015

London: The sugar in your cup of coffee not only gives a sweet taste but also helps reduce the bitterness of tea and coffee, new research reveals. Scientists from the University of York have provided new insights into the way in which caffeine, sugar and water interact at the molecular level to affect the taste of hot beverages.

coffee,   sugar,   University of York,   caffeine,   scientists,   hot beverages,   health,   fitness,   Latest Lifestyle News,  
Hong Kong fines SBI for violation of anti-money laundering law

Hong Kong fines SBI for violation of anti-money laundering law

31 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Hong Kong central bank today penalised State Bank of India's Hong Kong branch USD 1 million (Hong Kong dollar 7.5 million) for alleged violation of local anti-money laundering and counter-terror financing laws.

Hong Kong,   SBI,   Anti money laundering law,   Hong Kong central bank,   State Bank of Hong Kong,   Latest Business News,  
<strong>Central</strong> forces to get 50 UAVs for surveillance: Home Minister

Central forces to get 50 UAVs for surveillance: Home Minister

27 Jul 2015

Neemuch (MP): Government has sanctioned procurement of 50 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for central armed police forces like CRPF and BSF, besides deciding to grant some special duty allowances to the troops of these forces deployed in hard duty areas.

Modi Government,   Unmanned Aerial Vehicles,   UAV,   Central armed police forces,   CRPF,   BSF,  
Inform voters before deleting their names from list: CIC to EC

Inform voters before deleting their names from list: CIC to EC

29 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Central Information Commission has directed the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi to prepare a set of guidelines that needs to be followed before deleting names from the voters' list and inform the electors of the prosposed deletion giving opportunity to present their case.

Central Information Commission,   Voter list,   Electors,   Election commission,   CEC,  
HC rejects Ambika Soni, Kumari Selja's pleas against eviction

HC rejects Ambika Soni, Kumari Selja's pleas against eviction

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court today dismissed pleas of Congress MPs Ambika Soni and Kumari Selja challenging the central government's orders to evict them from type-VIII bungalows in Lutyens' Delhi.

Delhi High Court,   Congress MP,   Ambika Soni,   Kumari Selja,   Central government,   Type-VIII bungalows,   Lutyens Delhi,  
Yakub Memon, third terror convict executed in four years

Yakub Memon, third terror convict executed in four years

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Yakub Memon, the lone 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict who was hanged to death today, became the third terror convict to have been sent to the gallows in the last four years.

Yakub Memon,   1993 Mumbai blasts,   third terror convict,   Nagpur Central Jail,   Afzal Guru,   Ajmal Kasab,   latest India news,  

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