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BusinessToday.In
October 27, 2018
The Finance Ministry has authorised the sale of sixth tranche of electoral bonds on Saturday. The State Bank of India, will issue and encash them from November 1 to November 11 via its 29 authorised branches.


PTI
October 27, 2018



E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, May 14, 2018
Business in Bengaluru has much at stake in the state elections for despite its revenues and branding, India's Silicon Valley is far from a happy land.


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May 8, 2018



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April 24, 2018



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April 17, 2018



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March 28, 2018



BusinessToday.In
March 16, 2018
India is the first country to introduce such a system for electoral funding. These bonds are like promissory notes, unlike other debt instruments. The system allows donors to pay political parties with banks as an intermediary. The maiden sale of these bonds started on March 1 for a period of 10 days at the four main branches of State Bank of India in Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata and New Delhi.


PTI
February 6, 2018



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February 6, 2018



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February 6, 2018



BusinessToday.in
February 2, 2018
Apart from farmers and the gareeb nagrik, it is the older demographic that stands to gain the most from the latest Budget. To begin with, tax exemption of interest income from bank deposits has been raised to Rs 50,000 from the current Rs 10,000.


Dipak Mondal
New Delhi, January 30, 2018
Despite the likely fiscal slippage this year, next year may be better for government finances due to higher tax collections.


PTI
January 23, 2018



PTI
New Delhi, January 7, 2018
The electoral bonds mechanism is a substantial improvement in transparency over the present system and the government is open to suggestions to further cleanse political funding, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said today.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, January 3, 2018
The government has notified new electoral bonds to replace cash donations to political parties. The move is aimed at rooting out the current system of anonymous cash donations to make political funding transparent. Parties receiving bonds can encash them only through a designated bank account. So what are these electoral bonds? Watch this Businesstoday.in report.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, January 3, 2018
In a bid to curb influence of illicit cash in Indian political system, the Finance Ministry notified the contours of new electoral bonds.


Mail Today Bureau
January 3, 2018
The electoral bonds are aimed at rooting out the current system of largely anonymous cash donations made to political parties which lead to the generation of black money in the economy.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, January 2, 2018
Donors will be able to purchase these bonds through specified branches of the State Bank of India. The bonds will be available for purchase for a period of 10 days in the months of January, April, July, and October.


PTI
January 2, 2018



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