The government is extremely determined to go ahead with insurance sector reform, says Arun Jaitley.
The GST Bill, tabled in Lok Sabha today, aims to replace replace a large number of overlapping state duties.
SAGY requires MPs cutting across party lines to adopt a village and take its responsibility.
Yechury submits copy of circular on Dec 25 plans in Rajya Sabha.
India is all set to roll out the largest indirect tax reform since the introduction of the value-added tax in 2005.
Arun Jaitley said the government was ready to impose a total ban on religious conversions.
Jaitley accused Pakistan of working towards separating the state from India.
BJP said that it has no political relationship with the two regional parties in J&K.
The minister also exuded confidence that the government will be able to introduce the GST Bill in the ongoing Winter session.
These initiatives would boost employment opportunities given that 65 per cent of the country’s population is less than 35 years of age.
Jaitley has decided that matters relating to unstarred questions on I&B to be laid in Parliament be disposed of at Rathore’s level itself.
States firm on keeping out petroleum products, thwart Centre’s plan to table Bill.
Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday spelt out further reforms including plans to raise the foreign investment cap in insurance sector.
Select panel for composite cap for foreign investment which should include both FDI and FPI.
The Lok Sabha on Tuesday passed a Bill that will bring India’s banking payments in sync with global practices and improve payment and settlement systems by increasing stability of the financial market. Finance minister Arun Jaitley said the amendments, passed by a voice vote in the lower house, would fill the “gap” in the Payment and […]