You are here
Home > ieblog

Tax matters

Largely a tax non-compliance society... “There are many professionals across the country - lawyers, doctors and chartered accountants, But it was unbelievable but true that only 2200 professionals in the country had declared earnings of Rs 1 crore per annum.” "In the last five years, more than 1.5 crore cars have been

QUIZ FOR THE DAY – 13-02-2020

Today we present infographics of KBK Graphics on Receipts, expenditure and deficit trends for budget 2020-21. It has got a lot of data. Please check your familiarity with simple facts.  Today's quiz.  a. There are three types of budget, balanced budget, surplus budget and deficit budget. Our union budget comes under which category? b. When

Reviving up performance of PSUs…

The Public Enterprises Survey tabled in the parliament pointed to the PSUs profit rising by 15.5 per cent during 2018-19. Also, it mentioned IOC, NTPC and ONGC as the PSUs that ranked the top 3 in making profits. MTNL, BSNL and Air India were the PSUs that recorded the most

QUIZ FOR THE DAY – 12-02-2020

Today we present infographics of KBK Graphics on Railway Budget. It has got a lot of data and was presented along with the general union budget by the finance minister. Please check your familiarity with simple facts.  Today's quiz.  a. When was the last Railway Budget presented, separately, in parliament? b. In 2020 railway budget,

QUIZ FOR THE DAY – 11-02-2020

Today we present infographics of KBK Graphics on Union Budget Highlights.  It has got a lot of data and is a ready reckoner for the budget tabled. Please check your familiarity with simple facts.  Today's quiz.  a. A steady source of money to the government from individuals is better known as ____________ b. Who has the

TN – Agriculture vs Industry, should industry lose?

Recently Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd, West Bengal has offered to construct a petrochemical plant in Cuddalore at an investment of around Rs 50,000 crore. Chief Minister E K Palaniswami has assured the representatives of the company that permission for the plant would be expedited. This, coupled with infrastructural improvements in chemical clusters

New kids off the block

The pace of change in the IT industry in Tamil Nadu has been so dramatic that new icons have emerged becoming the envy of other sectors. Back in 2015, at the Global Investors Meet (GIM), the biggies, namely TCS, Cognizant, Infosys, Wipro and HCL were the type of companies that

The giant killer who indianised the corporates

Today we do not have many politicians known outside the state of their origin or around Delhi. ‘National’ leaders have been thrown up rather rarely. In this context George Fernandes, enjoying a pan India reputation, is a contrast. Hailing from Mangaluru, shifting to Mumbai at the age of 19, to

Tribute K Mahesh (1943 – 2019)

In the early 1960s TVS made its foray into the auto components sector. T S Srinivasan, the youngest son of founder T V Sundram Iyengar, acquired a large tract of land of 300 acres in Padi, a western suburb of Chennai to set up a series of manufacturing units. I

Top