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I-T meet to focus on terror financing

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NEW DELHI: Measures to check financing of terrorist activities and the role of search and seizure operations in providing an effective deterrence to counter tax evasion will dominate the agenda of the annual conference of the Directors-General of Income-Tax (Investigation) to be held here on Tuesday.

The Revenue Secretary, Dr S. Narayan, who will deliver the keynote address, will review the working of the central circles and the appellate work. Measures to reduce tax arrears and pendency of appeals will also be considered at the conference to be attended by Commissioner-level officers.

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