Modi’s Demonetisation Execution Failure will Cost BJP Uttar Pradesh Assembly

January 4, 2017 · Filed Under general · Comment 

The Opinion poll survey conducted by Lokniti-CSDS on the upcoming Uttar Pradesh (UP) election in Feb-Mar 2017 suggests that no single party will be able to get a majority on its own in a 404-seat assembly. The survey hints that the BJP might finish at number two in the total seat tally. Since the last survey done in August 2016, nothing seems to have changed in Uttar Pradesh (UP) when it comes to the assembly election results. The ruling Samajwadi Party (SP) is still leading in terms of vote share and seat share but none of them is in a position to Read more

UP Opinion Polls 2017 – Is BJP Headed for a Massive Defeat Under Modi / Amit Shah ?

August 25, 2016 · Filed Under general · Comment 

Breaking NewsThe first opinion poll survey conducted in Mar 2016 by Lokniti-CSDS on the upcoming Uttar Pradesh (UP) Assembly election in 2017 suggests that no single party will be able to get a majority on its own in a 402 seat assembly. The BJP under Narendra Modi as Prime Minister and Amit Shah as its President is headed for a Massive Defeat.

The survey results suggest that people are fairly satisfied with the SP Government’s development work and a large number of respondents feel that developmental work under the SP Government has improved compared to the previous regime. However, the respondents feel that the law and Read more

NaMo’s India REIT in #Budget 2014 to Benefit DLF & Congress the Most

July 13, 2014 · Filed Under general · Comment 

After being repeatedly ignored in budget speeches in earlier years, the real estate sector benefited from many positive measures during the first budget of the new Government with tax concessions for REITs, easing of FDI norms and a boost to affordable housing.

Tax Concessions – The act of setting up a REIT requires a sponsor to contribute assets (either directly to the REIT or shares of an SPV that owns immovable property into the REIT). Any such contribution, under the erstwhile law, would have meant a capital gains tax incidence of at least 20% on the difference between the holding cost and the transacted fair market Read more

Arvind Kejriwal Exposes Congress CM Sheila Dikshit, Anil Ambani in Delhi Electricity Scam

August 21, 2013 · Filed Under general · Comment 

Aam Aadmi Party [AAP] Leader, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal a former Commissioner of the Income Tax Department, a man of the highest Integrity, early this morning in an e-mail Exposed the Corrupt Nexus between Congress chief minister Sheila Dikshit and the Power Companies in Delhi managed by Mr Anil Ambani which have resulted in a massive Loot of the Common Man.

Mr. Kejriwal first invited the Scam scarred Sheila Dikshit [involvement in Commonwealth Games Scam] for a Public Debate but she did not turn up and sent feelers that her Son would take on Mr. Kejriwal. However, that didn’t happen either and thus AAP decided to expose the Nexus of Congress Government with Private Power Companies of Reliance & Anil Ambani Looting the Common Man of Delhi.

Electricity was privatized in Delhi in Read more

Siddhivinayak Temple Trust PAN Number

April 14, 2011 · Filed Under general · Comment 

The famous Siddhivinayak Ganpati Temple at Prabhadevi Mumbai accept donations running in Billions of Indian Rupees yet doesn’t publish PAN Number on the receipt which can be used to avail Income Tax benefit under section 80/G.

We have personally verified the PAN Card the Siddhivinayak Ganpati Temple Trust and the PAN Number of the same is AACTS4584R. While filing e-tax returns, the software will ask for the Donee’s [Amount Receiver] PAN Number without which the filling will not take place.

365 MN Indians Reach Employment age by 2025

April 7, 2010 · Filed Under general · Comment 

By 2025E, 365 mn people would have reached employment age. We anticipate 11 mn people will look for employment every year. India has historically created employment to the tune of 6.5-7 mn per year, implying India can face significant challenges in employment creation should growth derail even slightly. India will be young for long, relative to most countries.

Educated yes, employable no РDespite India’s investment in education beginning to pay off, we worry about educated Read more

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