Govt steps up effort to unearth black money

TIA Correspondent
NEW DELHI: Government has intensified efforts to unearth black money in the country and prevent tax evasion. Income Tax Department has already taken Several Punitive and Deterrent Steps to Unearth Unaccounted Money within the country.

RS initiates impeachment proceedings against Justice Sen

NEW DELHI: The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday began the impeachment proceedings against Justice Soumitra Sen of the Calcutta High Court.

CPM continue to struggle for common man

TIA Correspondent
KOLKATA: Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Sunday said that it would continue the struggle against price rise and changes in the tax structure of petroleum products.

Montek defends PMO

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Defending Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and PMO, the Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia said that Prime Minister and PMO could be held responsible for the irregularities in the 2G spectrum allocation.

Delhi Govt prepares replies of CAG allegations

NEW DELHI (AMN): Delhi Government has directed its officials and concerned agencies to prepare detailed replies to all the allegations made by the Comptroller and Auditor General, CAG.

Operators have to pay service tax on SIM cards

NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court has held that telecom operators will have to pay service tax on the sale of SIM cards. Upholding the judgment of the Kerala High Court, a Bench of Justices Mukundakam Sharma

Flights delayed at IGI Airport due to blackout

‎NEW DELHI: (AMN) Operations at Terminal-3 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport here were affected for almost four hours due to disruption in power supply.

India’s tryst with destiny

By Sanjay Kumar

Sixty five year is not a long journey in the history of a nation but still a significant expedition. It is the time to assess and reflect on achievements and failures as a state. It is time to understand the impact of the transition that it made from old world view to the new one.

Delhi to face flood situation

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NEW DELHI: Delhi Revenue Minister Dr. A.K. Walia stated on Tuesday that a huge quantity of 6,22,000 cusec of water has been released from Hathini Kund in Haryana which is likely to take 40 hours to reach Delhi resulting in a serious flood like situation.  Dr. Walia chaired a meeting to take stock of preparations and fine tune efforts of different agencies.

Vohra takes over as Member Staff, Railway Board

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Mr Arvind Kumar Vohra has taken over as new Member Staff, Railway Board  and ex-officio secy. to Government of India. Prior to this new posting, he was serving as General Manager, East Coast Railway, Bhubneshwar,