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Export Data and Price of links at BANGKOK. EXIMPULSE IMPORTS EXPORTS DATA: Transfer of units on consolidation of similar mutual fund schemes not a Capital Gain. Transfer of units upon consolidation of linked mutual fund schemes Sections 2(42A), 47 and 49.
In the recent appendix, several mutual fund houses have been consolidating some of their schemes. Thus, for example, two or three equity oriented schemes of a mutual fund may profit complex into one. When this happens, a unit holder of the plan(s) that gets compound into abnormal plot would profit units of the latter set sights on in lieu of her/his units of the former take desire(s). This resulted in a transfer within the meaning of the Income-tax Act. A transfer would offer rise to a capital gains or loss. PM launches PRAGATI: a multi-purpose, multi-modal platform for Pro-active Governance. NEW DELHI, MAR 26, 2015 PRIME Minister of India Narendra Modi launched yesterday his ambitious multi-purpose and multi-modal platform PRAGATI (Pro-Active Governance And Timely Implementation).
PRAGATI is a unique integrating and interactive platform. The platform is aimed at addressing common man’s grievances, and simultaneously monitoring and reviewing important programmes and projects of the Government of India as well as projects flagged by State Governments. Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister said the whole world is now observing India keenly. It is imperative that governance in India becomes more efficient and responsive. He said the PRAGATI platform was a step in this direction. During the first PRAGATI interaction, the Prime Minister discussed issues relating to unseasonal rain and relief to farmers, public grievances, project implementation, Swachh Bharat and ‘ease of doing business.’ Coal Minister launches projects monitoring portal.
WITH the view to putting in place an institutional mechanism to track stalled investment projects, both in the public and private sectors and to remove implementation bottlenecks in these projects on a fast-track basis, Mr Piyush Goyal, Union Minister of State ( IC) for Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy has launched online Coal Projects Monitoring Portal (e-CPMP) for all large projects, both public and private in the Ministry of coal here today.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Goyal said that the new system will bring in more transparency and responsiveness in the Ministry. Mr Goyal expressed his confidence that each of 30 allottees will successfully mine each piece of coal that is expected from them. The Government will encourage everyone to do more mining so that each one of allottee will not only meet their targets but exceed their targets, Mr Goyal added. Mr Anil Swarup , Secretary Coal said that this marks a new beginning in making system transparent in the coal ministry. Cabinet decisions for Shipping Sector Revolutionary, says Nitin Gadkari. MINISTER of Shipping and Road Transport & Highway, Mr Nitin Gadkari has described the decisions taken by the Cabinet on March 25, 2015 regarding shipping sector as ‘revolutionary and historical’.
While briefing the media persons on these decisions here today he said that the initiatives would make a very positive impact on the socio-economic situation of the country. The Union Cabinet took three important decisions in the Shipping sector. It gave its approval for enactment of Central legislation for declaring 101 additional Inland Waterways as National Waterways (NW) for navigation. In addition, the Union Cabinet gave its approval for formation of a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) to provide efficient rail evacuation systems to Major Ports and thereby enhance their handling capacity and efficiency.
It also gave its ‘in-principle’ approval for the concept and institutional framework of Sagarmala Project. 1. 3. To promote organ donation – Need for greater awareness: Health Secy. MR B P Sharma, Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare inaugurated the One-day National Advocacy Conference for sensitization of State Governments and other stakeholders on National Organ Transplant Programme and function to commemorate the National Organ Donation Day, here today.
He also released the Operational Guidelines of National Organ Transplantation Programme (NOTP). Speaking on the occasion, the Health Secretary stated that organ donation is a pious thing and we must all do our effort to promote it. Expressing concern over the huge gap between supply and demand in the sector, he said that while we have good medical infrastructure, legal framework, programmes and professionals, we still have not been able to meet the demand of organs for the needy patients. We therefore, need to understand the challenges and work on them in a positive manner, he added. The Health Secretary stated that enhanced awareness among people is needed to encourage people to donate organs.