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Policy proposes tax breaks for renting out new properties
TO give a fillip to the rental housing market, including service apartments, the draft National Housing and Habitat Policy, 2005, has proposed income-tax sops on renting out new properties to a flat 10 per cent during the first five years. "For ... More

Transfer deal: No more Govt nominees on UTI MF board
Sponsors to appoint all 8 directors

THE Government will soon step aside from guiding the fortunes of the country's largest mutual fund - the UTI Mutual Fund. The Ministry of Finance is understood to have agreed that after the deal to formalise the transfer of the mutual fund ... More

It's destination China for Indian raw materials
India overtakes Brazil and Australia to emerge as the largest supplier of ores, slag and ash to China. Plastics and polymers exports up 224 per cent in five years. More

Centre plans to popularise illness assistance fund
AFTER the assurance on rural employment, the Centre is set to take up its promise on making healthcare more accessible by popularising the National Illness Assistance Fund (NIAF). State Governments dip into the fund to reimburse the medical ... More

Vegoil prices likely to turn bullish on bio-diesel demand — Imports seen at over 50 lakh tonnes
WITH bio-diesel fuelling demand, vegetable oil prices are seen heading higher during the next 12 months, according to trade experts. The experts, who came up with their view on various aspects of vegoil trade at Globoil India, also projected ... More

Fear can't be banished, but it can be calm
Jogin was studying about the Mithi river management, after having seen the devastation that flooding can cause. Khan was trying to read between the lines of what the PM had said about the media. And Dakshinamoorthy sat analysing the Mukta Arts ... More

Calling cyclones names has weathered many a storm
Weather watchers of yore named destructive weather systems after people they despised. More




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