The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 3 , 2014

Sops for taxpayers in the works

The finance ministry may raise the exemption floor for taxpayers from the current Rs 2 lakh in the Union budget. It also plans to make saving more attractive by raising deduction levels for investments in insurance and pension schemes....   | Read..

Good vibes spur stocks

Stocks today regained momentum as a combination of positive global cues, expectations of bold measures from the new government and strong quarterly results by Larsen &...   | Read..

Odisha seeks higher mineral royalty

Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik today asked the Centre to raise mineral royalty from 10 per cent to 15 per cent and suggested a mineral resource rent tax....   | Read..

May car sales mixed

Car sales rose in May after months of slump, which the industry attributes to improved consumer sentiment on account of a stable government at the Centre. ...   | Read..

Ravi Kant ends Tata Motors stint

Tata Motors today announced that non-executive vice-chairman Ravi Kant had retired from the company on May 31....   | Read..
Sops for taxpayers in the works

 Press Releases

HM bid to clear wage dues

Hindustan Motors, the makers of the Ambassador, has sought the state government’s help to hive ...   | Read..

Fuel retailing regains appeal

Private players such as Reliance and Essar are taking a renewed interest in fuel retailing with...   | Read..



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