IT Dept cancels PFI’s 80G registration, says the Islamist org is destroying ‘goodwill’ and ‘brotherhood’ among communities
The IT Department has canceled the 80G benefit enjoyed by the Popular Front of India (PFI) citing violation of Income Tax rules.
After IT raids, Taapsee Pannu suffers a meltdown and admits that she was questioned about cash receipts of Rs 5 crores
Taapsee Pannu attempted to take a sly at Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman for simply clarifying the facts about the raids
Anurag Kashyap’s accounts were seized for tax evasion under UPA rule too. Brave dissenter? Netizens ask
As per reports, the I-T raids have unearthed tax discrepancies to the tunes of several hundred crores.
Taapsee Pannu and Anurag Kashyap deleted data from their phone after NCB probe began, reveals IT Dept during its probe: Details
Income Tax Department has informed that they suspect actress Taapsee Pannu and Director Anurag Kashyap of deleting phone data
Crores of undisclosed income, unexplained cash receipts and more: IT Dept discovery so far in raids against Anurag Kashyap, Taapsee Pannu
Income Tax department (IT dept) conducted raid on properties linked to filmmaker Anurag Kashyap, actress Taapsee Pannu and others
As I-T raids continue on Anurag Kashyap, Tapsee Pannu, and Kwan, politicians and ‘liberals’ call them brave, ‘pro-farmers’
The raids may continue on Friday. More celebrities may get summoned by IT department, as per reports.
Robert Vadra has said that he is being targeted and there has been no tax-evasion on his part.
Robert Vadra again grilled by IT dept on Benami property case, Congress President’s son-in-law cries political vendetta
The case is linked to the properties Robert Vadra allegedly purchased in the United Kingdom through arms dealer Sanjay Bhandari
Haj Committee tacitly tells Muslims to not comply with the law as logjam between Govt and Muslim clerics continue over IT returns
Since Nov, Muslim clerics have been demanding that the 5% GST levied on Haj pilgrimage and the mandatory filing of tax return be exempt
Congress under lens for receiving unaccounted Rs. 106 crore cash at party headquarters, much of it before 2019 general elections: Details
Times Now reported that several payments of unaccounted cash were made to the erstwhile Congress Headquarters, prior to the 2019 General Elections.