- RSS continues to be a violent,
obscurantist organisation: CPI(M)
- Train services in Sealdah-Naihati
main line section affected
- Assam NRC: SC orders resumption
of filing of claims and objections by those left out
- Cabinet approves increase in honorarium
for Anganwadi and Asha workers
- JNUSU statement on comments
made by Nirmala Sitharaman
- Eerie silence across JNU, students
alleges curfew imposed by varsity admin
- Restrictions in parts of Srinagar to
regulate Muharram processions
- Bagree Market fire "completely"
under control after three days
- No place for 'unilateralism' in
trade disputes: Chinese Premier
- Turkey keeps 24 workers in jail
over Istanbul airport protests
Tehran, Feb 1 : Defence Minister Hossein Dehghan confirmed today that Iran had tested a ballistic missile, but denied that was a breach of its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.
"The action was in line with boosting Iran's defence power and is not in contradiction with the JCPOA (the nuclear deal) or Resolution 2231," Dehghan said, according to the ISNA news agency, referring to a UN resolution that bans Iran from developing missiles that can carry nuclear warheads. (AFP)
availing profit linked deduction
* Presumptive tax would be 6% for SMEs with Rs 2 crore turnover opting for digital payment, 8% for others
* MAT credit will be allowed to be carried forward for 15 years, as against 10 years at present
* Lending target under Mudra Yojana set at Rs 2.44 lakh cr
* Computer Emergency Response Team for Financial Sector to be established
* Extensive reach out programme for GST to be launched on April 1.
* India a bright spot in world economic landscape, to be engine of global growth.