It, however, clarified that "this relaxation shall not apply in those cases, where during the intervening period, Income-tax Department has already taken recourse to any other measure as specified in the Act for ensuring filing of tax return by the taxpayer concerned after declaring the return as Non-est." … [Read more...] about I-T Department asks taxpayers to verify ITRs for AYs 2015-16 to 2019-20 by September 30
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The budget is out of the way. The external environment is good. The US Federal Reserve is now in a dovish mood. Since the US has put sanctions on Venezuelan crude, making the commodity head northwards, it will be under pressure to allow the countries importing crude from Iran some more time beyond May, which augurs well for India. … [Read more...] about Budget aimed at winning back core constituency of urban middle class: VK Sharma
After the US proclamation that banned non-immigrant visas such as H-1B at the back of COVID-19, Canadian immigration reported a huge spike. For instance, the country saw 11,000 immigrants in May compared to 4,000 in April with significant number of them from countries such as India, China, the Philippines, the US, and Nigeria. … [Read more...] about US visa ban | Is Canada really the next destination for thousands of Indian techies after the US?
Q) Devkant Richa Sharma: What is the view on ONGC, and Essel Propack?Vishal Wagh: ONGC is trading around its 50-Days EMA, and one should hold it with a stop loss below Rs 77. If it able to hold above the 50-Days EMA, a move towards Rs 90 cannot be ignored. … [Read more...] about Ask Moneycontrol: Experts answer reader queries on IOC, ONGC and other stocks
The ETF will invest in constituents of the Nifty Bharat Bond Indices, consisting of AAA rated public sector companies. "Bharat Bond Fund of Funds (FOF) with similar maturities will also be launched for investors, who do not have demat accounts," said Edelweiss. … [Read more...] about Second tranche of Bharat Bond ETF to open on July 14, aims to raise Rs 14,000 crore