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REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION: Is service tax on renting of immoveable property constitutionally valid?
Service tax is leviable on ‘taxable service', which is defined in Section 65(105) of the Finance Act, 1994 as ‘any service provided or to be provided'. Clause 65 (90)(a) of the Act relates to taxable service of ‘renting ...

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT: ISRO left poorer by transponder crunch, foreign leases
National space agency ISRO's lease of a record number of 75 transponders on foreign satellites to meet the shortage caused by three failures in 2010 could deprive its commercial arm a revenue of nearly over Rs 400 crore ...

CREDIT RATING: Crisil sees GDP growth slowing to 8.3% in second half
The overall decline in industrial growth will see India's GDP growth slow to 8.3 per cent in the second half of the current financial year as compared with 8.9 per cent in the first half, according to Credit rating ...

NEW PROJECTS: NPCIL offers to pay more for Jaitapur project-affected
The Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) is willing to give additional compensation to the people affected by the Jaitapur nuclear power plant, said Dr S.K. Jain, Chairman and Managing Director ...

EDUCATION: India needs 25 university research parks, says IIT-M chief
The strong national recognition and status of the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) make them logical anchors for University Research Parks (URPs) as they provide leadership in every field of science ...

REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION: 85 projects registered for green certification
Till now 85 buildings have already been registered for green rating certification. This was stated by Secretary, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE), Mr Deepak Gupta, at the National Conference on Green Design: Buildings and ...

POWER: Demystifying the ‘green' power tariff
When you are deeply concerned about global warming, ‘green' or ‘renewable' electricity tariffs and suppliers may sound attractive; but the hard reality is that signing up is unlikely to reduce the climate change impact of ...





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