India plans expansive budget despite growth, revenue worries By Manoj Kumar NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s finance minister is likely to borrow more than originally planned when he presents the budget on Feb. 1, senior aides and officials said, despite counting on revenues from a national sales tax whose launch date is still unknown. Arun
Faisalabad: Administrator City District Government /District Coordination Officer sanctioned the development budget of rupees 20 Billion 50 crore and 87 lac for the new financial year/ DCO has allocated more funds as compared to the previous year for the heath facilities in the district. 58.25 percent has been increased for the purchase of medicines and
For the coming fiscal year 88 crore rupees have been allocated for the billionaire prime minister’s house, 86 crore for president house, 42 crores for Kadim Aala, chief minister Punjab , 36 crores for CM Sindh but for a poor and meagre labourer to meet it’s both ends only 14000 rupees have been suggested,in which
PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s provincial cabinet met on Tuesday, with Chief Minister Pervez Khattak in the chair, to approve the annual budget having a total outlay of Rs505 billion for the fiscal year 2016-17. “No new tax has been proposed in the budget,” special assistant to the chief minister on information Mushtaq Ghani said while giving
LONDON: Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif has said that Pakistan’s economy is strong and growing. He directed to reduce the price of fertilizers. Talking to the Federal Cabinet on a video link, he said that he was facing health problems, so he had to come to London where doctors declared heart surgery, inevitable. Nawaz Sharif calling the Pakistani Nation
ISLAMABAD: The Government is planning to squeeze the nation in the upcoming budget, in which it is considering to increase the sales tax on the cell phones. According to sources , tax on the smart phone will be increased from 1000 rupees to 2000 rupees and on an average phone from 500 to 1000 rupees.
Budget proposals Gives detailed presentation to cabinet; says Rs1,500 billion new taxes under consideration ISLAMABAD: Minister for Finance Senator Muhammad Ishaq Dar on Wednesday said that non-filers of income tax returns had to pay two percent tax on the sale and purchase of property. While giving a briefing to the cabinet on the budget proposals