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Transaction between Lalit Modi, Dushyant Singh commercial: Arun Jaitley
Washington - Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, on a nine-day visit to the US, chose to largely stay mum on the controversy surrounding Lalit Modi raging back home but said the tainted former IPL chief's Rs 11 crore transaction with BJP leader Dushyant Singh was a "commercial" one. read more
Path to 10% growth not impossible: FM Jaitley
Washington: Noting that a new aspirational India expects early results and decisive governance, Finance Arun Jaitley has exuded confidence that with the government undertaking economic reforms, policy changes, pumping in money in key sectors like infrastructure, and with a possible good monsoon, the path to 10 percent growth is not impossible. read more
CII delegation accompanying Jaitley to U.S.
New Delhi, June 18 : A delegation of the CII is accompanying Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to the U.S. to boost business to business linkage between New Delhi and Washington as the two nations move closer to give new dimensions to their strong economic relationship. read more
Govt does not intend to legislate retrospectively: FM Jaitley
Washington - Terming the controversial retrospective taxation regime a "legacy issue", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has assured US investors that the government does not intend to legislate retrospectively and is looking to put a "quietus" to the matter. read more



 
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