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Aakash gets Rs 765 crore in Budget 2012

NEW DELHI: The world’s cheapest tablet project has been allocated about Rs 765 crore in Budget 2012-13, which is likely to trigger the second phase of the project expected to begin in April, even as the first phase is stuck in a deadlock. The allocation for Aakash has been made under the National Mission for Education through ICT of Ministry ... Read More »

Petrol price hike on hold till New Year

NEW DELHI: State-run oil marketing companies on Friday did not raise petrol price after the political leadership nudged them to wait for another fortnight to see the outcome of RBI’s steps to stem rupee fall. The companies review prices on the 15th and 30th of every month. On Thursday, they however had to defer a decision to raise prices by ... Read More »

Prithviraj Chavan to be next Maharashtra chief minister

NEW DELHI: Union minister Prithviraj Chavan will be the next chief minister of Maharashtra succeeding Ashok Chavan who resigned in the wake of the Adarsh Housing Society scam. The announcement was made by Union finance minister and senior Congress leader Pranab Mukherjee, a day after Chavan’s resignation. “Congress president Sonia Gandhi has chosen Prithviraj Chavan as the Maharashtra Congress Legislature ... Read More »

Union Budget 2010: No audit for Rs 60 lakh business

Life will be easier for small enterprises earning annual revenue up to Rs 60 lakh or a independent professional with gross receipts up to Rs 15 lakh as they no more have to get their accounts audited. According to the Budget 2010-11, a businessman will not have to get his accounts audited if his sales are less than Rs 60 ... Read More »