CALL TO ACTION: Many fear that the Goa International Airport in Dabolim, which provides many jobs and aids tourism in … More SAVE MY BELOVED GOA
TRADITION: Certain communities like the Gujaratis and Tamilians prefer to save their money in gold, which unlike stocks and shares … More NO LIMITS FOR KHAAS AADMI IN MODIRAJ
BEYOND GOLD- Most politicians wives are switching to pearls which can be much more expensive than even gold. Mrs Vijaya … More GREEDY GOLD FINGERS OF GOA
The Limit on gold holdings for married women is 500gms and 250gms for unmarried girls. If you have gold in excess of these limits you will have to prove that it was bought with money on which taxes were paid. If you are not able to do so you will be charged not only income tax and wealth tax but will have to pay a penalty as well
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants Bharat to become a cashless society. Where every fisher woman and vegetable vendor and … More CASHLESS MUSHKIL
ONLY CHAI- With the limit for withdrawals for weddings and the many conditions laid down, all couples will have to follow the example of the Guajarati couple who served only the chai those who attended the wedding
Manmohan Singh deplored that implementation of the scheme which had imposed a huge burden on the poorest of the poor. The Former prime minister who was also the finance minister who initiated the process of Liberalisation blamed both the PMO and the RBI
Nelson Mandela, in his book Long Walk to Freedom said, “A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but it’s lowest ones.” And I cannot help but wonder – how will history judge the present dispensation? And what will the ultimate verdict on the “greatest masterstroke of modern India” be?
GAMBLING: The casino lobby has replaced the mining and construction lobbies as the biggest contributor to the funds of political … More THE BUSINESS OF POLITICS
POWER PEOPLE: Brazil’s Michel Temer, India’s Narendra Modi, China’s Xi Jinping, Russia’s Vladimir Putin and South Africa’s Jacob Zuma By … More BRICS: A TALKING SHOP?