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Govt Should Allow Cryptocurrencies, Says Garg

The Supreme Court had asked the Centre in 2019 to frame policies for crypto, and in 2020, struck down the curbs imposed by the RBI.

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Govt To Distribute Over 20 Lakh Mini-Seed Kits To Boost Pulses Output In Kharif 2021

The government has consistently been focussing on bringing new areas under pulses along with ensuring that productivity is also increased in the existing areas under cultivation

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Tata Steel Swings Into Black; Posts Rs 7,162 Cr Net Profit In March Qtr

Indian economy and domestic steel demand has been improving since then with accommodative policies, government spending and relaxation in mobility restrictions

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RBI's Decision Well-Timed: Industry

The RBI has 'most correctly' recognised how small businesses and financial entities at the grassroots are bearing the most considerable burden of the pandemic and has thus unveiled measures to help them

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Cos' Spending On Health Infra For COVID Care Will Be Considered As CSR Work: Govt

Certain class of profitable companies are required to shell out at least 2 per cent of their three-year annual average net profit towards CSR works in a particular year.

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Extending Credit Facility To Healthcare Infra, Vaccine Makers Will Help Scale Up Ops: Experts

Advanced economies that had imposed similar lockdowns had provided extensive income support through large fiscal packages that were the flipside of the lockdowns

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Homebuyers' Body FPCE Hails SC Order On West Bengal Realty Law

A bench of Justices D Y Chandrachud and M R Shah said the West Bengal Housing Industry Regulation Act, 2017 is more or less identical to the Centre's RERA and hence repugnant to Parliament's law.

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Registration Of Housing Properties In Mumbai Falls 42 % To 10,136 Units In Apr: Knight Frank

As the government withdrew the reduction in stamp duty, coinciding with the second wave of the pandemic resulting in a virtual lockdown, demand and sales of new homes was severely impacted

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Wheat Procurement Increases Over 70 Pc To 292.52 Lakh Tonnes This Marketing Season So Far: Govt

Haryana and Punjab switched from indirect payment of MSP to direct online transfers to farmers' bank accounts following a central government direction.

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'Will Work Closely With The New Govt On A Focused Agenda': CII

CII would work closely with the new government on a 'focused agenda' comprising manufacturing, micro, small and medium enterprises, skill development, entrepreneurship, infrastructure, renewable energy among others

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Govt Waives Late Fee For Delayed Filing Of March, April GSTR-3B, Tax Payment

Taxpayers with a turnover of over Rs 5 crore have been given 15 days extra time to file monthly summary return GSTR-3B and pay taxes without paying any late fees.

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FHRAI Requests Govt For Special Credit Guarantee Window Under ECLGS For Hospitality Sector

The repayment schedule for loans taken under ECLGS 1.0 and 2.0 are likely to begin now, but unfortunately due to the ongoing lockdown many establishments do not have the cash flow to repay it.

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Govt Likely To Bring In Reverse Auction System For Supplying Rails To Indian Railways: JSPL MD

Ever since its entry into the rail supply to railways, the company has till now supplied various grades of rails for a number of completed and ongoing projects.

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Govt Extends Timelines For Tax Compliance, ITR For FY20 Can Be Filed Till May 31

Income-tax return in response to notice under Section 148 of the Act, for which the last date of filing of return of income under the said notice is April 1, 2021

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Govt Extends Timelines For Tax Compliance, ITR For FY20 Can Be Filed Till May 31

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) said it had received representations from various stakeholders for relaxation on compliance requirements.

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