In a digital world, in a smart city or smart home environment, human life is revolving around data, and law ideally should permit and facilitate every kind of data processing for the growth of digital driven economy.
Union Budget 2019: From the perspective of the tax authorities, with the buyback tax they have plugged a loophole that allowed promoters to reward themselves. This goes in line with the approach of the government to increase
Iran is facing difficult times under US sanctions, as the hospitals are lacking life-saving medicines and patients are dying because of the inability of the government to import the necessary drugs due to banking sanctions.
Union Budget 2019 India: Benefits for housing has been one of the key areas of focus for the government and there has been heightened expectations from the common man since the current limit of deduction for housing loan inte
The development has generated mixed reactions within the media fraternity. It is believed that there may be little to no impact on the viewership of the channels, in spite of being reported independently; however, this segreg
Think tank Niti Aayog has proposed to convert all two-wheelers running on internal combustion engine to electric by 2025 — a move that has given a significant boost to the EV industry and, at the same time, received massive
Union Budget 2019: People think these are big investors who can afford to pay huge taxes, but the reality is different. Pension plans and other institutions are often the investors, and behind whom lie large number of small i
Lack of liquidity was one of the root causes for corporates barring the top-rated ones, for not having enough funding access and surely NBFCs were the most affected lot, but this scenario has improved now.
Exorbitant fees and donations in medical and engineering colleges are not unheard of. Even premier public institutes like the IIMs and IITs have seen a manifold increase in their fees over the last decade.
Sure, any home loan lender will consider your case for a home loan. However, if the fair market value (FMV) of the flat is higher than the sale price of Rs 30 lakh, you may still have to pay the stamp duty on the higher FMV.