The Telegraph
Monday , January 30 , 2017

Early budget hurdle to survey

The demonetisation-hit economy, which is expected to limp back to normalcy by the middle of this calendar year, may report a GDP growth rate of around 7 per cent for 2016-17, according to North...   | Read..

Plan for safety cess on fare

Passengers may have to shell out more for travelling on trains as finance minister Arun Jaitley is likely to announce a cess on tickets to fund the Rs 1.20-lakh-crore...   | Read..

Tax rate cuts key to revving up growth engine

Tax policies and their proper implementation play a key role in driving business growth. The main grievance of businesses today is the high tax cost leading to increased...   | Read..

Banks look to bigger funds prop

The budget may bring some good news to banks, with finance minister Arun Jaitley expected to announce a higher allocation for the recapitalisation of PSU banks, additional...   | Read..

Tea labour law clarity call

Tea producers are set to submit their suggestion on the Centre's proposed amendment of the Plantation Labour Act (PLA), 1951 through the Plantation Labour (Amendment) Bill,...   | Read..

Apis eyes larger share of honey pie

Apis India, a leading producer and exporter of honey, is eyeing a bigger share of the Rs 10,000-crore domestic health food segment with a new range of organic honey and tea...   | Read..
Early budget hurdle to survey

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