• Ridiculous ride

    Ridiculous ride
    It`s only the second day of the PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir, and it is already marked by two big confrontations between the unlikely allies as they have just begun a rare political experiment in the restive state. A group of the ruling People`s Democratic Party MLAs on Monday demanded that the mortal remains of Afzal Guru be handed over to his family.
  • Love in J&K

    Love in J&K
    Ending 49-days of Governor rule, Jammu & Kashmir on Sunday got a new government with veteran PDP leader Mufti Mohammad Sayeed taking oath as chief minister of a 25-member cabinet which marked the entry of BJP for the first time in the state government.
  • Jaitley blocks the way

    Jaitley blocks the way
    There has been no change in individual tax rates or slabs while corporate tax rate will be cut from 30% to 25% over the next four years. While delivering his first full Budget speech in Parliament on Saturday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said individual tax payer will benefit to the extent Rs 4,44,200 per year from several exemptions announced.
  • Rail Budget!

    Rail Budget!
    The government unveiled a reformist railway budget on Thursday focused on modernisation of the colonial-era network and massive investment aimed at making the railways more passenger-friendly without increasing fares. "I have not increased passenger fares. We are directing our efforts to make travel on Indian Railways a happy experience with a mix of various initiatives," said Prabhu, a CA-turned-politician who was handpicked by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to head the railways.