Source:IBNLive - BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi has found supporters away from India, as a group of US-based non-resident Indians (NRIs), who had raised funds for Barack Obama during the 2012 US presidential elections, have come to India to root for ...
4.27 PM Apr 16th
Source:Economic Times - VADODARA: Around 700 Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) from USA have landed in Gujarat and other parts of the country to campaign and vote for BJP`s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi. The NRIs are visiting various towns and villages urging people to vote for Modi, Asian
2.59 PM Apr 15th
With reference to earlier announcement dated April 09, 2014 regarding Shareholding Pattern for March 31, 2014, Smartlink Network Systems Ltd has now informed BSE that the Shareholding Pattern which was submitted had a typographical error. Non-Resident Indians under category code B-2 (d-ii) no
6.00 PM Apr 10th
Share Holding Pattern as per Q3 Dec,2013 Promoter:Individual-246 Shares Promoter:Foreign Body Corporate:75% Non-Promoters:MF`s-4.90%;Financial Institutions:0.53%; FII-0.04%;Non-Institution Body Corporate-4.99%;Individual upto Rs.1 Lakh-8.33%;Individual Abv. 1Lakh-5.20%;Non-Resident Indian-0
10.28 PM Mar 26th
Please visit the website incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in. Login with your PAN, DOB and password. Click on the tab "Compliance". Select A.Y. 201-12. State the reasons for not filing tax return for this year, IF YOU WERE NON RESIDENT for A.Y. 2011 -12 (Financial Year 2010-11) by being in India
11.07 AM Mar 26th
in a financial year? If I return to India just after 30th September 2014, will I be considered as NRI for FY 2014-2015? Answer: Since you are planning to come to India after 30th September 2014 having stayed out of India for 182 days or more, for the purpose of income tax, you will be treated as non resident
6.05 PM Feb 26th
If you were in the US for 8 months between 1st April and 31st March of next year, then, you will be considered non resident for that year as per Indian Income Tax Act. Your Indian income alone will be taxed as per Indian Income Tax Act; you will be eligible for threshold deduction of Rs. 2 lacs
6.24 PM Feb 21st
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